27 Nov 2014
Law enforcement seeks edge in fight vs. 'chemists' | ThisWeek Community News
Rights groups and opposition lawmakers slammed the move, with Human Rights Watch calling it a "major reversal of human rights." Najib says the Sedition Act will be bolstered to defend Islam and other religions, and to act against those calling for the secession of Sabah and Sarawak states on Borneo island. He said Thursday that enforcement will be fair to create a more peaceful, stable and harmonious country.
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Sandusky St., which was one of the sites officers searched during the investigation. Moore said other business owners should view the arrest as a signal that selling synthetic marijuana in the city will not be tolerated. "This should probably serve as a warning to other folks that they should know what they're selling," he said. Alahmad posted bond after his arraignment Oct.
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