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cannondale
29-10-2005, 03:36 PM
http://corrupted-malaysia.blogspot.com/

Felt terribly disgusted n pissed~~ pariah dogs own u in bolehland :mad:

tupai
29-10-2005, 07:02 PM
http://corrupted-malaysia.blogspot.com/

Felt terribly disgusted n pissed~~ pariah dogs own u in bolehland :mad:


why don't you start by emailing directly to the PM

<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

Write objectively,quote time etc and provide EXACT details. Please do not generalise and say things like "...you only have to go there and see for yourself..." The PM has more important things to do than worry about drug bust in high class night club...
yang akan berusaha lato tupai

tupai
29-10-2005, 07:03 PM
why don't you start by emailing directly to the PM

<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

Write objectively,quote time etc and provide EXACT details. Please do not generalise and say things like "...you only have to go there and see for yourself..." The PM has more important things to do than worry about drug bust in high class night club...
yang akan berusaha lato tupai



sorry, here's the e
<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

tupai
29-10-2005, 07:04 PM
sorry, here's the e

<ppm@pmo.gov.my>
<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

tupai
29-10-2005, 07:06 PM
<ppm@pmo.gov.my>
<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

Huh???how come I cannot paste or key the email address one???

tupai
29-10-2005, 07:10 PM
<ppm@pmo.gov.my>

Huh???how come I cannot paste or key the email address one???

ppm@pmo.gov.my

cannondale
29-10-2005, 08:33 PM
alright..anyway the blog is not mine.just happen to came across it.although the author did not specify the time n place, i manage to find out that it happen during the weekend at Soda Club, Hartamas :)

GreenBug
29-10-2005, 09:00 PM
1991 it was, when my then 15-year-old cousin brother was with a bunch of friends hanging outside some video game parlor in Seremban. Unknown to him, some of his buddies had earlier stolen a racing bicycle and the bike was with them. The cops suddenly appeared out of nowhere, the buddies all ran helter-skelter and my cousin brother, who knew nothing about the bike theft, was left standing there with the stolen bike next to him.

You wouldn't want to know what the coppers did to a 15-year-old to make him confess to stealing the bike, which he didn't.

He was sent to Henry Gurney School and never get to go to local universities although he was a smart chappy. He left the country after his Form 6 and became a waiter at Sheraton (now ANA Hotel) and and I sponsored his part-time F&B management course at SHATEC Singapore. Singapore's gain is our loss because he's now a big-time F&B Director of some internationally-acclaimed hotel down south.... and he still trembles whenever he sees a Malaysian copper....

That, my dear forumers, was 1991, 15 years ago, and it looks like things haven't changed very much. :mad:

sly
29-10-2005, 10:41 PM
welcome cannondale....johor is a great place to ride...

anyway, just watch ur back and remember democracy is only when ur not in trouble...

chin_wan
30-10-2005, 09:07 AM
I have been a firm believer of decriminalising drugs and this incident has given me more reason to believe so. This act of catching the addicts and putting them in jail is just wrong and wasteful of resources.

The police should stop putting addicts in jail and let the doctors deal with addicts cause addicts are sick people, not criminal. The government's methdone program is a good start but it is sad to see ordinary people being put in jail when the police should concentrate on the drug pushers.

Here's some bedtime reading: http://leap.cc/

penangkia
30-10-2005, 01:16 PM
I believe this case is being taken up by LKS and Suaram.

It's good that this sort of case, though not uncommon, is once again highlighted. Otherwise, the cops will just take it for granted that it's their God given right and power to abuse at will.

Worse than Greenbug's type of stories have been told by others. Let me share 2.

Along Green Lane in Penang > 30 years ago, a top student riding a motorcycle was side kicked by a traffic cop just because he was slow to move aside for a motorcade. This student fell and was paralysed...not sure how this student is fairing now.
When I was 12 years old, my toes were swollen for a week due to a baton swipe by a FRU cop. The reason I was hit was for standing just a little too far out on the street trying to get a better view of the Chin Gay procession in Penang. My outraged father tried to protest but was challenged with a baton 1 inch from his mouth. They bullied and abused even 12 year olds then.
( If your 12 year old kid is treated like that today, and you, his father was standing behind, what will or can you do??? :mad: )

The current raid and police corruption case is facing a lot of support, along with some criticisms and skeptisms too. It is already in Malaysiakini, LKS and other blogs. If the allegations are true, lets lend the author and the 21 others our support in any manner we can.
This must stop. :mad:

USJ27Resident
30-10-2005, 10:40 PM
From these stories - goes to show that police brutalities still occur...

Guess that is why there are so many bogus cops running around... your avg Malaysia would probably never question a cop should they stop you for whatever reason :mad:

Makes you wonder about the story where those that display cop stickers and logos gets off scot-free when they commit traffic offences as mentioned in the recent newspaper.. :rolleyes:

Then again, what if a cop or a relative/family member of a cop is stopped... they would probably call the cop to talk to the cop on duty to close one eye or kaw-tim the offence huh??

GreenBug
30-10-2005, 11:17 PM
Anyone out there who can update us with what has happened to the recent big huh-hah on the Police Commission Report? Hangat-hangat Tahi Ayam kah? :mad: