Eh eh ... bukan 'petting' ... raba teteklah. 'Abetting' ... ia-itu bersekongkol dalam melanggar kesalahan langgar arahan polis ketika Bersin 3.0.
Baca laporan akhbar berikut:
Anwar, 2 others face new charge over Bersih rally
by Agencies 04:45 AM Jul 03, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR - Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and two other officials of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) yesterday faced an additional charge over the Bersih rally for electoral reform on April 28.
Anwar, PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali and Rembau PKR Division chief Badrul Hisham Shaharin were charged under Section 109 of the Penal Code with abetting three other PKR members as well as Bersih supporters to oppose a court order barring the use of Dataran Merdeka for the rally.
They may be jailed for up to two years if convicted. All three pleaded not guilty.
The trio already face two charges in connection with the gathering. They were charged in May under the new Peaceful Assembly Act for taking part in a street protest and under the Penal Code with abetting to incite three individuals to open the police barricade enclosing Dataran Merdeka.
In a video posted online, Anwar is seen gesturing towards Azmin moments before the crowd breached a police cordon around the square.
Anwar and Azmin have denied the exchange of signals was an order to break past the police barrier, with the former insisting these were to direct the Selangor PKR chief to negotiate with police.
Police had obtained a court order barring members of the public from entering the historic square. Bersih leaders had also told supporters not to defy the order and instead hold their sit-in rally for free and fair elections at the point they were stopped by police.
But some demonstrators still breached the barrier, prompting police to fire tear gas and water cannons at them. This led to spiralling chaos as police chased Bersih supporters down several streets and some rally-goers retaliated and attacked riot police.
The judge set Sept 3 to hear the application of the opposition leaders to have all the charges dismissed.