Jingga 13 chairman Fariz Musa freed on charge with participating in street demonstration

Source: The Malay Mail Online

On September 8, 2015, Fariz Musa (second right) had pleaded not guilty to a charge of participating in the the street demonstration which started in front to the Sogo Complex. Pic by The Malay Mail Online

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 2 ― The Magistrate’s Court here today discharged, but not amounting to an acquittal, Jingga 13 chairman Mohd Fariz Abd Talib @ Musa ,47, on a charge with participating in the  #KitaLawan street demonstration two years ago.

Magistrate Ahmad Solihin Abd Wahid made the decision after he was informed by the prosecution, conducted by deputy public prosecutor Raja Zaizul Faridah Raja Zaharudin, that the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC)  allowed the representation by Mohd Fariz, represented by lawyer Eric Paulsen, for a review of the charge against him.

“As such, the prosecution closes its case against Mohd Fariz,” he said.

Later, when met outside the court, Raja Zaizul Faridah said the representation was made because Mohd Fariz had diabetes and one of his legs had been amputated. Read more