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hhtee
17-03-2007, 10:49 AM
If you read the Malay Mail today, there is an article about an alledged Gate Crashing of a wedding. http://www.mmail.com.my/Current_News/mm/Weekend/Frontpage/20070317103103/Article/index_html

That wedding was held at Rawa Safari Resort on the 19 Oct 2005. Apparently, a lady was punched for refusing to dance.

The couple in the party is alledged to be "not coorporateing". You see, the police made several appointments to get further statements and apparently, they refused to meet the police. The couple apparently have gone back to Brasil.

If this sort of case pops up, I am sure the couple will not just fly to Malaysia to give statements. What I would (if given the authority) do is to offer free tickets for the couple, free accomodation and transport and everything to ease the couple so that they could come down to my station to give a statement. Some of us save money for years before embarking on a vacation UNLIKE some who have the riches to travel and holiday when and where they want. That's why, these sort of things should be looked into

Could you guys just imagine, you got punched in Hawaii. You made a police report. Now, you are back in Malaysia and the Hawaiian government phoned you and ask you to go back to Hawaii to give further statements OR ELSE THE CASE IS CLOSE. Who is going to pay for your flight ticket? Your own money? that's ridiculous cause somebody else cause hurt to you and now you have to further hurt yourself by digging into your pockets. Is that practical? IT;s like paying money to see justice is served. I don't mind driving a few kilometres to make a report but the distance from Brasil to Malaysia is not like a 30 minutes drive

Another way is to have a teleconferencing. With technology, you could just track them and phone them. It is unfair to close the file just because the victims are not there to give statements.

:mad:

hhtee
17-03-2007, 11:09 AM
Furthermore, Malaysia is not that technologically backward!

Even in Sarawak, we could have teleconference in court! ( http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/nst/Saturday/National/20070317074031/Article/local1_html )

so why make the couple travel such long distance just to get further statements ?

firefox
17-03-2007, 12:15 PM
I stop buying nor read the malay mail cos it only manages to report sensational news.. maybe sales must be bad.

bslee
17-03-2007, 03:37 PM
If this sort of case pops up, I am sure the couple will not just fly to Malaysia to give statements. What I would (if given the authority) do is to offer free tickets for the couple, free accomodation and transport and everything to ease the couple so that they could come down to my station to give a statement.


What you're implying is the authorities implement a "generous strategy" or could I say in Canto.."hew cho yen" .. Oh well. rarely in Bolehland.. it just happens its not a natural reaction in most cases. Apologies (if guilty) is just as rare...unless compelled or resulted in huge uproar. :rolleyes:

hhtee
18-03-2007, 12:14 AM
it's visit malaysia year and NOT "be bashed in malaysia" year.

so to promote malaysia, I would adopt the generous strategy