By SHAMSUL AKMAR:
The taming of the Tiger of Jelutong
IT is widely accepted that Blake had immortalised tigers while Kipling demonised Lunghri, the lame tiger, in the Jungle Book.
No doubt, every accused person deserves a defence counsel of his choice. But, surely, if the counsel had publicly accused his client of a certain crime and then go to court to defend him of the said crime, the counsel would have to first make a public announcement that his earlier accusations were baseless.