So it is not surprising that many people have doubt that this was just an ordinary accident. Many are questioning whether it was the working of the INVISIBLE FORCE similar to Fuad Stephen's death.
At first I too did not believe that the same INVISIBLE FORCE would do such a thing again but now bit by bit the jig saw puzzle seems to fit the same profile.
The person who shed the first light was of course Zulkifli Nordin then followed by Nawawi Ahmad.
Having Karpal dead was one headache less since the fear of putting Anwar and the former in jail would be a disaster which no-one was willing to shoulder the burden. Not even the three little piglets who were given a project together with a no need to pay back grant of RM150 million.
Today there is further proof of what the INVISIBLE FORCE is up to. Be the judge and you will know who the people behind the INVISIBLE FORCE are.
This coming election does not matter who wins in PKR because the fate is already sealed within.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been refused an extension of time to file his petition of appeal against his sodomy conviction, PKR legal bureau head Latheefa Koya said.
She said the Federal Court registry instead asked Anwar to file a formal application, which included a notice of motion, to ask for more time to file the grounds of appeal.
"This is despite the fact that they are aware that tomorrow is the last day for filing the petition," said Latheefa.
Latheefa said she was informed of this matter by a lawyer from the legal firm of the late Karpal Singh who was killed in a road mishap last Thursday morning.
Karpal was the lead counsel who appeared for Anwar in the High Court and the Court of Appeal in the sodomy case.
"It is highly inconsiderate and shows a lack of sympathy and understanding over the tragic death of Karpal," said Latheefa.
"It appears the Federal Court is bent on rushing the appeal and this can be seen in their failure to grant an extension of time."
Yesterday, Ramkarpal Singh, who had appeared with Karpal in the sodomy case, said he had written to the Federal Court to ask for an extension of time to file the petition of appeal.
He said he hoped to get a reply today on whether the court would allow up to two weeks to file the grounds of appeal," he said.
The Court of Appeal sent the grounds of judgment to Karpal's firm on April 16, which gave them a 10-day deadline.
Karpal, 73, died in a car crash on April 17 along with his personal aide Michael Cornelius at KM301.6 of the North-South Expressway near Kampar in Perak.
On March 7, the Court of Appeal sentenced Anwar to five years jail after it allowed Putrajaya's appeal to set aside the High Court acquittal.
Putrajaya also filed a cross appeal to seek a longer jail sentence for 66-year-old Anwar.
On the charges, Anwar had always maintained that they were trumped up to stymie his political career. – April 23, 2014.