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mackzulkifli
28-11-2005, 02:07 AM
Well, many fellow forumers have requested the infamous video of the lockup. To those who have not seen it yet, someone has posted it online. It's unedited.

( Admin note - sorry Mack, I can't allow that )

fedup
28-11-2005, 05:03 AM
:p :p Hi mac I admire you for bringing up the subject of Teresa but i will strongly recommend that you read sunday star as most people will have missed some parts of the paper other than the ones on the video. Did you notice that MCA reps are just good for commenting on "toilets". That is how much i have respect for all the those who are "supposed" to represent the Chinese in this country. They get angry if they don't get a chance to go to Egypt to see "belly dancing " at the rakyat's expense now they are experts on "toilets"

mackzulkifli
28-11-2005, 11:52 AM
Yeah, on second thoughts it wud be better served not to have the link here. Thanks Chang.

Also, like I said, I am generally unimpressed by the political parties than the politicians themselves. There are really good guys in MCA, just that sometimes the ones that are talking in the mainstream media are the exact ones that should be keeping their mouths shut.

puteri_farisha
28-11-2005, 12:00 PM
hi..good afternoon to all.....:)

Can i have the link address of the recording....
i havent see it but its look like very big story...
i heard it every where....

Thank you in advance...:)

Joe Gomez
28-11-2005, 12:07 PM
............... Also, like I said, I am generally unimpressed by the political parties than the politicians themselves. There are really good guys in MCA, just that sometimes the ones that are talking in the mainstream media are the exact ones that should be keeping their mouths shut.Well said, mack. There are good ones among them politicians as well ..... However, for the sake of justice ..... why couldnt the UMNO & MIC chaps have chimed in as well ? Why the hell shd it be Chinese protecting Chinese & Malay & Indians their own kind ?
What if it had been a Burmese girl ............. Burmese not represented in Barisan ..... what then ? Squats are ok for any race not represented in Barisan, or what ?
The day Malaysians think out of their "skin colour" box, that will be the day this country will show some moral fortitude.
The composition of Barisan, along racial lines, is the embodiment of all things parochial and therefore morally wrong.

orchipalar
28-11-2005, 12:14 PM
Err...longtime no see...JG:)Sir...what a timely advise...but Orchi feels...should the politicians themselves had committed truthfully n sincerely to serve the nation or it's rakyat jejata...they could at the least make it their best efforts to do so...n try to instil changes...instead of riding on the same old broken junks...:rolleyes:

So...in short...the parties themselves are screwed up with each n every of their own freaking agenda(s) to serve each n everyone for themselves only...:rolleyes:

Then...such parties should be boycotted all together by the rakyat jelata in each n every freaking elections to come... :mad:

BTW...Orchi n a bunch of close friends were reminded by a gentleman...that EVERYTHING in this nation is run by feudal warlords n their freaking feudal systems...Feudalism...? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feudalism):rolleyes:

GreenBug
28-11-2005, 12:28 PM
Irrespective of race, skin color or even political affiliations, people should be treated with respect and not subject to such inhumane treatment. It is much more shameful when these mistreatments are handed out by the "Aku Anti Rasuah" people in uniforms. As Malaysians, we should all speak out against any actions / inactions based on racial delineations. (Oi! Tidak goyang-goyang itu keris kah, Hisham? Orang kena buli dalam lokap Hisham diam-diam sahja?) :eek:

Errr Joe Gomez, welcome back, where have you been hiding da? :D

KelvC
28-11-2005, 12:59 PM
Welcome home Sir JG! Just don't be too comfortable with the yellow plantation :D

Speaking of the Anti Rasuah tags, i did not notice the said tag on the policewomen since she was in her uniform. Would that be a breach of the current standard practice? Or are the tags meant to be worn when patrolling the streets? Not to nick pick on small matters, it is just the irony of the major campaign to highlight the importance of having this tags worn at all times by uniformed personnel and here you are…….

orchipalar
28-11-2005, 01:09 PM
Err...dear KelvC:)...haven't ya heard?...that the tag issue could be obsolete...n it's going to be a thing from the past...?:rolleyes:

Besides...has anyone ever wondered...or imagined that...err...how a 'corrupted' cop(1% only?) could be seen wearing that tag "Saya Anti Rasuah"...all day n night long...infront of his or hers fellow comrades...??:o

pcyeoh
28-11-2005, 01:55 PM
hi..good afternoon to all.....:)

Can i have the link address of the recording....
i havent see it but its look like very big story...
i heard it every where....

Thank you in advance...:)
If you do not have it by now, I suggest you don't hunt for it. It is not fair to the Chinese lady in the video shot. First, her privacy was invaded by those scounderels who could not care about morals and decency. She should not suffer a double jeopardy the second time when curious people who will outrage her modesty when they will ogle at her nude body. There is nothing you and I can do by circulation the video shot. What the opposition did is enough to embarrass the police force and our government. Now what is left for the opposition to do is go for the kill. Use this incident to win the coming by election in Kelantan to send even a clearer message to our government that not everything is OK down the line. This is only the tip of the iceberg. There are many injustices out there and many of the heads of departments and agencies who are in authority are behaving like warlords in their little kingdoms. Time to expose them too.

orchipalar
28-11-2005, 02:03 PM
If you do not have it by now, I suggest you don't hunt for it. It is not fair to the Chinese lady in the video shot. First, her privacy was invaded by those scounderels who could not care about morals and decency. She should not suffer a double jeopardy the second time when curious people who will outrage her modesty when they will ogle at her nude body. There is nothing you and I can do by circulation the video shot. What the opposition did is enough to embarrass the police force and our government. Now what is left for the opposition to do is go for the kill. Use this incident to win the coming by election in Kelantan to send even a clearer message to our government that not everything is OK down the line. This is only the tip of the iceberg. There are many injustices out there and many of the heads of departments and agencies who are in authority are behaving like warlords in their little kingdoms. Time to expose them too.Err...TQ n excellently put PCYeoh:)

Here's Orchi's beef...even IF she was held on suspicions of prostitution? or petty thef?...or she was even overstaying in this country?...would anyone still think that she deserves...how she was treated in that freaking police station...??

Please stand up for her rights now!...or anyone of US...could one day be rained terror by those freaking certain bunch of idiots running the shows in the Police Force...:mad:

tan_r
28-11-2005, 02:09 PM
I received this message from a mailing list I subscribed to. Thought we should all know.

Quote ...
Just a word of caution. The Communications and Multimedia Law which I was actively involved in designing, expressly forbids delivery or circulation of certain content over online media such as the internet which relates to objectionable subject matter. In this case other laws also apply, including the Conmputer Crimes law, because the matter is currently already under official investigation. Why do I suggest caution when the matter is being discussed and circulated like wildfire? Because when the powers that be do decide to prosecute anyone for online wrongdoing, they only need to catch any one person who furthered the subject matter and not just the initiator.
... Unquote.

layman
29-11-2005, 03:53 PM
latest

focus of the fact finding team will be on who took those pics instead of why the police were adopting procedures that appears to bre humilating the detainees?

uchangeng
30-11-2005, 09:47 AM
hello, I was x-rayed whole while in Paris CDG airport last week.... see through all the way and the x-ray operator was a female.

While it was a case of security, my best guess is, it is necessary. It is just that in Asia, being Asian, in the first place, we tend to abuse the authority given and the tendency of being racist is another.

When you are at the immigration check point at Changi airport, try Q up behind a line of Indian or Bangla immigrants, I can bet you the time to go thru. it will be forever compared to standing behind 200 White men in suits.

KelvC
02-12-2005, 12:06 AM
In the StarOnline, it was reported that the girl in the "lockup" might not be a chinese girl, read here for your reference; http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2005/12/1/nation/12739977&sec=nation

Another interesting news: Independant Commision appointed to probe controversy; http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2005/12/1/nation/12743481&sec=nation

Last nite while catching the news on the telly, the commision is to conclude its investigation and to recommend suggestions within a month.

USJ27Resident
02-12-2005, 01:40 PM
Interestingly that this videoclip had to turn up after the hoo-ha about the chinese nationals/tourists being harassed. The mere existance of it proved that the Police force were doing things contrary to the laws while upholding the law... ironic isn't it!

Imagine if all the other alleged abuses and 'suspect' suicides were captured on videoclips and ends up being circulated... :eek: I can only imagine the repercussions and fallout, locally and internationally.

If any good is to come out of this fiasco, lets hope that this whole incident has taught the police not to take things for granted and not to abuse their authority; but will instead help make the police force a morally stronger and more responsible force, and to start mending their image to the public...

Sukhipanna
02-12-2005, 10:56 PM
Bad news for us Malaysian!

This video clips issue actually appeared on the front page of the local news in Shanghai!!! A colleague's hubby who was in China brought this news home from his latest trip to Shanghai.

That means Malaysia is well-known in Shanghai now....or probably the whole of China!!! Well-known to 1.3 billion population....for such NEGATIVE news!!! Should we be proud???

While in Bali recently, the local Balinese asked me if I know Azahari, who bombed Bali, as soon as he found out I am a Malaysian??? Should I be proud that we Malaysians are now being associated with a terrorist?

Sigh!!!!! I wonder what other negative subjects would we be connected to next!!!!! :(

Teeque
03-12-2005, 02:12 AM
IMO, the Head of our Govt should now apologise to all Malaysians for all his Officers' misdeeds....

adriene
03-12-2005, 03:17 AM
This video clips issue actually appeared on the front page of the local news in Shanghai!!! A colleague's hubby who was in China brought this news home from his latest trip to Shanghai.

Yes, it was also lead news on BBC's Asia Pacific section on their web site.

I feel ashamed and sad for Malaysia.

uchangeng
03-12-2005, 10:47 AM
Perfect formula to destroy our contry's tourism. Thousands will lose their job soon, those still hang on to theirs, may not see a good future. If this thing drags on, no bonus. The bosses will use this as a perfect excuse, valid of otherwise, for not being generous this year!

our name is now gone down the toilet and if the government and the politikus still see this as a race issue, limit our little brain in dealing with it like we do a kampong communal issue, we are dead. The issue should be dealt with on aglobal scale, extended to all nationalities!

orchipalar
03-12-2005, 10:53 AM
Err...those certain freaking culprits in the police force would loose a lot also...

...ahem!...from their illicit income activities... (http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Saturday/National/20051203092213/Article/indexb_html) :rolleyes: :mad:

orchipalar
03-12-2005, 10:58 AM
Perfect formula to destroy our contry's tourism. Thousands will lose their job soon, those still hang on to theirs, may not see a good future. If this thing drags on, no bonus. The bosses will use this as a perfect excuse, valid of otherwise, for not being generous this year!

our name is now gone down the toilet and if the government and the politikus still see this as a race issue, limit our little brain in dealing with it like we do a kampong communal issue, we are dead. The issue should be dealt with on aglobal scale, extended to all nationalities!Err...the political government which you n many...may have voted for...just gave everybody in the police force a raise n got bonus also...no? :rolleyes:

orchipalar
03-12-2005, 11:04 AM
Err...certain quarter has already said it n repeated it many times...in here as well...

Err...that by the next general elections...ALL Bad memories would certainly be white-washed by the 'Tsunami'...n millions of folks would still vote for the same freaking political parties...n put the same freaking leaders...to run your daily routines of agonies n nightmares... :rolleyes:

n...whilst Orchi was the only fool who tells everybody that they should NOT even go to the polls...in the first freaking place... :rolleyes:

Voter
03-12-2005, 11:42 AM
Last night China's CCTV NEWS CHANNEL had a talk show on the ear squat incident. The video clips were shown and CCTV is the central tv agency beaming their broadcast throughout China. Your guess is as good as mine how wide spread the infamous publicity has been generated by this, aggrevated by THE INFAMOUS CALL that foreigners should go back home if they think Malaysia is not safe, and the end result of causing the damage to the economy, reputation and integrity of Malaysia.

gnehkgnep
03-12-2005, 11:51 AM
Noh Omar blamed the media for misquoting him. Did they ?

Listen to the 5 minute recording of the controversial interview, which covers
1.-->Noh Omar defending Body Search,
2.-->Omar stammering when asked about "the video tape",
3.-->Omar stated if the people did not want the police to enforce, then there is no peace,
4.-->Omar challenging dissatisfied to sue the police,
5.-->and did he tell the foreigners to go home ?

You decide : Who is telling the truth ? Who is the liar ?
http://www.mytempdir.com/292023 :D

jand
03-12-2005, 04:42 PM
my vote to set police officers' salary to RM2k and above.

that'll be the catalyst in cleaning up our country.

loll
09-12-2005, 02:20 PM
hi..good afternoon to all.....

Can i have the link address of the recording....
i havent see it but its look like very big story...
i heard it every where....

DatinLawa
09-12-2005, 03:02 PM
hi..good afternoon to all.....

Can i have the link address of the recording....
i havent see it but its look like very big story...
i heard it every where....

please read post#10, you sounded so familiar and have you not given up puteri_farisha or the copycat?


hi..good afternoon to all.....

Can i have the link address of the recording....
i havent see it but its look like very big story...
i heard it every where....

Thank you in advance...

Teeque
14-12-2005, 05:00 AM
There's another twist to this story as well. Chinese or Malay, u decide... Read on. (http://www.aisehman.org/archives/2005/12/wang_xiu_lan_is.html)