J:You know what,in the UK,for that amount of money,it has to go through Parliament.It's RM250 million, where's the tender?
The conversation went on,on the sorry state of Malaysian politics,things that happened back then.
J:Did you know,he was an armchair socialist?
J:Well,money has this habit of corrupting people.
J:I don't know what's gonna happen to this country.There was this one case,where this lawyer was chased out by an officer.He was wearing baju melayu and songkok.The lawyer was representing the client.The case was about a blogger.
KL:Was it MCMC?The multimedia commission?
J:Ya,even the top civil servant complained about the officer's behaviour.
KL:Fadiah was the lawyer.
J:So where did you graduate from?
J:IIU or aiyoyo?There was this one time,the student body invited me to speak,the faculty boycotted the event,I asked the student to show me the text books they use for equity,contracts.One student showed me a book,I asked him to give it to me,You know what book that was?A compilation of his lecturer's notes.
The conversation got more and more interesting.
J:There was this one time they wanted to fly all of us there.I think there were two planes.And they couldn't put us all on one plane.Security issues.
KL:Yalah,if the plane crashes the whole judiciary will be wiped out.
J:Ya,all completely wiped out,well,not that it's a loss to this country.
I laughed,it felt like watching British sitcoms,I just love the wittiness!
J:Somebody asked me what do I think of the Federal Court,I said,apart from A&B,it's the strongest magisterial bench.
I laughed so hard.I think if I laughed this hard in front of him when he was still on the bench,I would have been cited for contempt of court!
Interesting conversation indeed,and a lot to ponder.