Berjalan Untuk Kebebasan

Pusat KOMAS | Lebih daripada 1,000 rakyat telah menyertai Berjalan untuk Kebebasan (Walk For Freedom) yang dianjurkan oleh Majlis Peguam Negara untuk membantah Rang Undang-Undang Perhimpunan Aman 2011. Edmund Bon adalah salah seorang penganjur demonstrasi ini.

Ribuan berhimpun bantah Bil Perhimpunan Aman

Malaysiakini | Laporan langsung semasa perarakan “Walk for Freedom” yang menyaksikan peguam-peguam berjalan sejauh kira-kira dua kilometer menuju ke bangunan Parlimen untuk meluahkan bantahan terhadap penggubalan Akta Perhimpunan Aman. Peguam Edmund Bon mengetuai orang ramai sambil melaungkan “Bebas, bebas, bebas himpun, bebas rakyat.”

Habeas corpus hearing of PSM 6 put off

Malaysiakini | The kL High Court allowed the government’s application to adjourn hearing the habeas corpus applications of six PSM leaders. They have been held under the Emergency Ordinance since July 2. A team of almost 20 lawyers, including Edmund Bon, represented the detainees.

Counsel: PSM six not detained over Red links

The Star | Edmund Bon said the police had not “mentioned a single word” about communism, socialism or Chin Peng in their 37 affidavits served on Tuesday in reply to the habeas corpus application by the six PSM detainees.

Cops: PSM 6 detained due to ‘key role’ in Bersih

Malaysiakini | Edmund Bon revealed that an affidavit filed by the police confirmed that the six Parti Sosialis Malaysia activists were detained under the Emergency Ordinance for their alleged roles in Bersih 2.0, and not for activities related to communism.

Govt will delay court process for EO six

Free Malaysia Today | The government will try to prolong the detention of six PSM members by causing delays in the court process, according to defence lawyer Edmund Bon.

‘PSM 6 detention parallels 2001 Reformasi crackdown’

Malaysiakini | The recent detention without trial of six members of PSM under the Emergency Ordinance was reminiscent of the arrests following the 1997-1998 Reformasi, with similar allegations of planning illegal rallies and possession of dangerous weapons, said lawyer Edmund Bon.

Lawyers for PSM six question cops’ conduct

The Star | Lawyers acting for the six PSM members detained were dissatisfied over certain procedures taken by the police. Edmund Bon said the police had videotaped the meetings whereas in the past, the police officer could not even be within hearing distance of the meeting.

Lawyers file application for release of PSM 6

Malaysiakini | Lawyers representing the PSM 6 detained under the Emergency Ordinance filed a habeas corpus application in the KL High Court seek their release. Edmund Bon, who managed to meet Sarasvathy and Sugumaran when they were brought to appear in another case, said they looked anguished.

PSM 6 denied access to lawyers for third time

Malaysiakini | The police have rejected the third attempt by lawyers to gain access to the six PSM activists detained under the Emergency Ordinance. Edmund Bon said lawyers will file habeas corpus applications tomorrow to have the detainees released, despite failing to get them to sign their respective affidavits.

PSM6 denied access to lawyers for third time

Malaysiakini | Edmund Bon confirmed that the lawyers will file habeas corpus applications tomorrow to have the detainees released, despite failing to get them to sign their respective affidavits.

PSM activists under EO still denied legal access

Malaysiakini | The six PSM members detained under the Emergency Ordinance last Saturday were not allowed to meet their counsels today. Edmund Bon said the police refused to give an immediate answer to lawyers’ demand to meet the detainees, and that a habeas corpus application will be filed.

‘Saya marah cara disoal siasat oleh peguam’

Malaysiakini | Dalam keterangannya kepada Suruhanjaya Diraja yang menyiasat kematian pembantu politik DAP, Teoh Beng Hock, penolong penguasa Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia berkata cara Edmund Bon menyoalnya semalam menimbulkan kemarahan kepadanya.

‘I was angry with lawyer’s cross-examination’

Malaysiakini | Testifying before the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the death of DAP political secretary Teoh Beng Hock, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission assistant enforcement officer said he felt antagonised by Edmund Bon’s line of questioning yesterday.

Did MACC officer ‘tamper’ with investigation diaries?

Malaysiakini | Bar Council lawyer Edmund Bon told the royal commission of inquiry investigating the death of Teoh Beng Hock that there are inconsistencies in the investigation diaries of a Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) assistant enforcement officer, Arman Alies. The discrepancies could be tantamount to tampering with official documents.

“Thorough-bred Malaysian”

The Nut Graph | Edmund Bon talked about his roots being born and bred in Malaysia and his hopes for the country in terms of race relations, politics, human rights, education and social movements.

Cheeky take on human rights

The Star | A gang of six lawyers got together and set up a tongue-in-cheek law blog (blawg) in 2006 and named it loyarburok.com. A member of the gang, Edmund Bon, said the blog was a platform for young writers to express themselves, to mainstream human rights issues and to empower voters.

Berjalan Untuk Kebebasan

Pusat KOMAS | Lebih daripada 1,000 rakyat telah menyertai Berjalan untuk Kebebasan (Walk For Freedom) yang dianjurkan oleh Majlis Peguam Negara untuk membantah Rang Undang-Undang Perhimpunan Aman 2011. Edmund Bon adalah salah seorang penganjur demonstrasi ini.

Ribuan berhimpun bantah Bil Perhimpunan Aman

Malaysiakini | Laporan langsung semasa perarakan “Walk for Freedom” yang menyaksikan peguam-peguam berjalan sejauh kira-kira dua kilometer menuju ke bangunan Parlimen untuk meluahkan bantahan terhadap penggubalan Akta Perhimpunan Aman. Peguam Edmund Bon mengetuai orang ramai sambil melaungkan “Bebas, bebas, bebas himpun, bebas rakyat.”

Habeas corpus hearing of PSM 6 put off

Malaysiakini | The kL High Court allowed the government’s application to adjourn hearing the habeas corpus applications of six PSM leaders. They have been held under the Emergency Ordinance since July 2. A team of almost 20 lawyers, including Edmund Bon, represented the detainees.

Counsel: PSM six not detained over Red links

The Star | Edmund Bon said the police had not “mentioned a single word” about communism, socialism or Chin Peng in their 37 affidavits served on Tuesday in reply to the habeas corpus application by the six PSM detainees.

Cops: PSM 6 detained due to ‘key role’ in Bersih

Malaysiakini | Edmund Bon revealed that an affidavit filed by the police confirmed that the six Parti Sosialis Malaysia activists were detained under the Emergency Ordinance for their alleged roles in Bersih 2.0, and not for activities related to communism.

Govt will delay court process for EO six

Free Malaysia Today | The government will try to prolong the detention of six PSM members by causing delays in the court process, according to defence lawyer Edmund Bon.

‘PSM 6 detention parallels 2001 Reformasi crackdown’

Malaysiakini | The recent detention without trial of six members of PSM under the Emergency Ordinance was reminiscent of the arrests following the 1997-1998 Reformasi, with similar allegations of planning illegal rallies and possession of dangerous weapons, said lawyer Edmund Bon.

Lawyers for PSM six question cops’ conduct

The Star | Lawyers acting for the six PSM members detained were dissatisfied over certain procedures taken by the police. Edmund Bon said the police had videotaped the meetings whereas in the past, the police officer could not even be within hearing distance of the meeting.

Lawyers file application for release of PSM 6

Malaysiakini | Lawyers representing the PSM 6 detained under the Emergency Ordinance filed a habeas corpus application in the KL High Court seek their release. Edmund Bon, who managed to meet Sarasvathy and Sugumaran when they were brought to appear in another case, said they looked anguished.

PSM 6 denied access to lawyers for third time

Malaysiakini | The police have rejected the third attempt by lawyers to gain access to the six PSM activists detained under the Emergency Ordinance. Edmund Bon said lawyers will file habeas corpus applications tomorrow to have the detainees released, despite failing to get them to sign their respective affidavits.

PSM6 denied access to lawyers for third time

Malaysiakini | Edmund Bon confirmed that the lawyers will file habeas corpus applications tomorrow to have the detainees released, despite failing to get them to sign their respective affidavits.

PSM activists under EO still denied legal access

Malaysiakini | The six PSM members detained under the Emergency Ordinance last Saturday were not allowed to meet their counsels today. Edmund Bon said the police refused to give an immediate answer to lawyers’ demand to meet the detainees, and that a habeas corpus application will be filed.

‘Saya marah cara disoal siasat oleh peguam’

Malaysiakini | Dalam keterangannya kepada Suruhanjaya Diraja yang menyiasat kematian pembantu politik DAP, Teoh Beng Hock, penolong penguasa Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia berkata cara Edmund Bon menyoalnya semalam menimbulkan kemarahan kepadanya.

‘I was angry with lawyer’s cross-examination’

Malaysiakini | Testifying before the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the death of DAP political secretary Teoh Beng Hock, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission assistant enforcement officer said he felt antagonised by Edmund Bon’s line of questioning yesterday.

Did MACC officer ‘tamper’ with investigation diaries?

Malaysiakini | Bar Council lawyer Edmund Bon told the royal commission of inquiry investigating the death of Teoh Beng Hock that there are inconsistencies in the investigation diaries of a Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) assistant enforcement officer, Arman Alies. The discrepancies could be tantamount to tampering with official documents.

“Thorough-bred Malaysian”

The Nut Graph | Edmund Bon talked about his roots being born and bred in Malaysia and his hopes for the country in terms of race relations, politics, human rights, education and social movements.

Cheeky take on human rights

The Star | A gang of six lawyers got together and set up a tongue-in-cheek law blog (blawg) in 2006 and named it loyarburok.com. A member of the gang, Edmund Bon, said the blog was a platform for young writers to express themselves, to mainstream human rights issues and to empower voters.