Justice, Malaysian style & Congrats Magistrate Mohd Faizi bin Che Abu for the promotion! ;)

Who is Mohd. Faizi Bin Che Abu? He’s quite a celebrity judge I think.

1. He’s the Magistrate who sentenced Batu MP and PKR strategic director Chua Tian Chang, aka Tian Chua to six months’ jail and a fine of RM3,000 for biting a police constable’s arm like biting sugarcane.

Reality bites for Tian Chua


KUALA LUMPUR: Batu MP Chua Tian Chang, aka Tian Chua, was convicted yesterday of causing hurt to a police constable and stopping him from discharging his duty two years ago.

Magistrate Mohd Faizi Che Abu sentenced Tian Chua to six months’ jail and a fine of RM3,000 but granted him a stay of execution pending his appeal to the High Court.

If the sentence is upheld, he could be disqualified as an MP.

2. He’s also the Magistrate who sentenced Actress Noniswara’s husband to RM700 fine for assault.

Assaulting Ex-Wife, Actress Noniswara’s Husband Fined RM700

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 28 (Bernama) — Telecommunications company U Mobile chairman Datuk Rosman Ridzuan, who is the husband of actress Noniswara Baharudin, was fined RM700 by the Magistrate’s Court here Monday after he pleaded guilty to having assaulted his ex-wife, Azura Ibrahim, four years ago.

Magistrate Mohd Faizi Che Abu also ordered that Rosman be jailed a week if he failed to pay the fine.

See the consistency of judgement? Same crime – assault, but different sentences meted Well, I know don’t which one is more serious, hitting a woman or biting  a cop for punching you. Oh? Cannot self defence eh? 😉

3. He was the Coroner for Actress Sujatha’s ‘suicide’ case too. He ruled that Actress Sujatha committed suicide and there was no foul play involved.

Actress Sujatha committed suicide: Coroner (Update)

Coroner: “The reason for her suicidal act was cremated together with her.”

KUALA LUMPUR: Actress Sujatha committed suicide and there was no foul play, coroner Mohd Faizi Che Abu ruled Tuesday.

In his findings, coroner Mohd Faizi Che Abu held that “the reason for her suicidal act was cremated together with her.”

He said he had been deprived of obtaining medical certainty as to whether the deceased had taken paraquat because her urine samples were missing and no post-mortem was conducted on her.

He must be doing a damn good job as a judge for he was recently promoted. Good job My Lord 😉


I would like to congratulate another judge, it is Judge Azhaniz Teh Azman Teh for getting a promotion as well. Who is he? Oh, he’s the judge for the case involving two ex-PKR assemblyman turned BN friendly independents – Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (Behrang), Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu (Changkat Jering).


You want more examples? This is not something new, it has happened in the past.

Well,  Gani Patail was a senior deputy public prosecutor when he was handling Anwar’s Sodomy I case. Now he is the Attorney General. Musa Hassan was a senior assistant commissioner and one of his glorious moment was when he carried the semen-stained mattress to court in Sodomy I and now he is the Inspector-General of Police.

Not forgetting Augustine Paul, a very ‘relevant’ judge. Augustine Paul was a lowly judicial commissioner in the Sessions Court before he was promoted to High Court judge a week before Anwar’s Sodomy I trial. He is a Federal Court judge now and surprise!! He was the judge who in his trademark of verbose and unintelligible judgement ruled that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly – Perak state assembly fiasco.

Lesson of the the many ‘stories’ above? Just do a good job you are tasked with and you’ll get rewarded handsomely. That’s meritocracy, what you think I am implying huh? I am happy for Malaysia, at least we do uphold meritocracy when it is necessary.

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3 Responses to “Justice, Malaysian style & Congrats Magistrate Mohd Faizi bin Che Abu for the promotion! ;)”

  1. two_one wrote on Nov 6, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Dear Bong,
    Just to get some facts right, Tuan Faizi and Tuan Azhaniz were not promoted. Their transfer were lateral transfer. That happens frequently in the Judicial and Legal Service. And these transfers are never treated as a reward becuase it isn’t. I doubt if it had anything to do with their previous decisions. BTW, have you seen their reasonings for their decisions? I’ve read a few and i would say they are legally sound. If you have read them, you may have a different view about it but that does not give you a good reason to include them in your meritocracy conclusion. I reserve my comments on the rest as i do not have any facts to support my comments. neither do you i assume. and still you are “brave” enough to conclude it the way u did. so much for your “groundbreaking” glory. anyway, get your facts right next time yeah? cheerios!


    bongkersz Reply:

    @two_one, legally sound? 😉 just by a simple comparison of the same offence, the sentences meted are different. yes, i’m sure Tuan Azhaniz’s is doing his best in the corruption trial of the ex-PKR duos.

    Re the promotion or not, well just look at the position rank. L44 to L48. Memangku L54 to a confirmed L54.

    I’m just saying 😉 Conclusion is yours, anyone to make.

    I may not have enough cold facts to support my ‘posturing’ but, I can see beyond coincidences and clearly, the pattern is there. Unless, one is too blind to see.

    And please, when you ask me get my facts right, you should point me to the right path.. because it seems you are aware of the ‘right facts’ and saying I’m not. I’ll be grateful for your help.

    Thanks for dropping by, Adam. Have a nice day!


  2. adam wrote on Dec 30, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    “Lowly Judicial Commissioner in sessions Court judge”

    This sentence alone can render the whole article void.


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