DAP MP decries Lena Hendry's conviction

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The conviction of Pusat Komas programme coordinator Lena Hendry for her role in screening a documentary on the Sri Lankan civil war is uncalled for, said a DAP MP.

"The conviction of Lena Hendry does not make sense in today's world where atrocities in any part of the world could be instantly accessed through various media outlets or mobile phone," argued Ipoh Barat parliamentarian M Kulasegaran in a statement,

In this context, he said that censorship of reality is "foolish and incomprehensible" when the truth is practically out there for anyone with a phone.

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