Media gag order unnecessary, says Rewcastle-Brown on Najib trial


Briana Leong

THERE’S no need for a gag order on the media over Najib Razak’s graft case as the judge will know better, Sarawak Report founder and editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown said today.

Rewcastle-Brown, who was at the Jalan Duta court complex in Kuala Lumpur today, told reporters that the judge would know how to stay above news coverage of the former prime minister, who faces a total of seven charges related to SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).


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  • Gag orders exist in England and other jurisdictions..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA

  • Gag orders promote fair court hearings..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA

  • People who misbehave or can disrupt court business are best barred from the premises..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA