On our way in we met Senior Koh, exchanged greetings/hugs, who, on our request, agreed not to join us at the tarmac to avoid infringing the three-is-an-illegal-assembly law. Karen and I sat on the kerb facing the MBPJ office entrance. We lighted a candle. Each of us verbalised our thoughts into prayer. I then read out all the names of the ISA detainees, one by one, and Karen rejoined with "Protect and keep him safe, O Lord." Like all women who would want to have the last word (its ok because that day was IW Day): "Dear God, give courage and sustenance to the wives of our detainees and keep the children free from harm."
We never saw any SBs until Karen stood up to be relieved of the hot curb we sat on. Two were watching us but they were just observing, as was their duty. Nobody barked at us. We had agreed to spend half-an-hour doing our vigil and we just talked about the ISA. On our way out we saw 6 SBs, well camouflaged into the greenery, waved Selamat Malam at them. I then reminded Karen about my request that Angelina Williams watch over us. SHE DID! I sent Karen home as I had invited Vic, Jerry, Queenie, Lillian, Old Fart, Shah 101 and Duke to fish with me.
Next Sunday, Karen and I will do likewise but in another venue. Don't join us but why don't you pair up with somebody and light a candle at your own chosen venue. Duke, the Whisperer has already picked his venue.
Oscar the Grouch has this to add HERE