Where is Pakatan now that Adam Adli is in trouble?
Adam Adli was arrested and charged with sedition but I can't understand why Adam is being investigated under Section 125b of the Penal Code, whatever that is, for acting in a manner detrimental to our country’s fledging parliamentary democracy when in fact Adam was speaking for and seeking clean and fair elections.
On Sunday Adam was handcuffed at his office in Bangsar, isn't that in the constituency of PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar?
To Pakatan, don't just talk big, but now allow Adam to be thrown to the wolves, when Adam stuck his neck out for Pakatan’s so-called Blackout 505.
Besides, PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim has also already washed his hands off and distanced himself from this kid Adam. Not only am I disappointed with Pakatan, I feel sorry that Adam could end up paying a high price sitting out in jail for people who don't take care of him and protect him.
Hello Pakatan, where have all your volunteer lawyers gone? Why is Adam without legal representation?
I watched the video by Media Rakyat on Forum Mei 13 at the KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, and there were boatloads of PKR bigshots there talking, like Nurul Izzah, R Sivarasa, Tian Chua, besides Pak Samad, SAMM chief Chegubard, ABU people and Hisham Rais.
My sympathy to Adam, his father and his whole family. My disgust to Pakatan politicians for their charade at the Forum Mei 13 that encouraged Adam and landed him in trouble.
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