Karpal vows to fight for Anwar
Sun, Dec 20, 2009
The Star/Asia News Network

SHAH ALAM - DAP chairman Karpal Singh has promised to use his 40 years of legal experience to free PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from all charges levelled against him in court.

"Our defence counsel is equipped to fight all charges against the Opposition chief at the trial (from Jan 25 to Feb 25)", he said.

Karpal claimed that the prosecution would face an uphill battle.

"We accept him (Anwar) as Paka-tan Rakyat's leader and will ensure that Anwar does not end up in prison.







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