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robertec
20-10-2008, 02:57 PM
From: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SJAlert@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of bryanchieng23
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 1:09 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore

Hello. I am a new member of this SJAlert group.

I am from Sarawak & one of resident who just brought a house in USJ20
two years ago.This is my first time writing in this group.
On 17 Sept 2008, i was having a basketball game with my neighborhood
friend around 10pm.There were around 9-12 people at the court at that
time hooked with game tat moment.Then come a big group of 20-30 people
who came to basketball court nearby USJ20 residential area bringing
steel rod, wood, brick, spanar etc approach us and without any words
they swing all their weapon at me which cause me having major injury
on my head (20stiches) and whole body swollen.Few of my friend
recognized few of these people who attacking me.I had been rushed to
SJMC with all blood oozing out from my head and pain around my body.
Next day, i go to USJ8 police station to report this incident and
giving the car plate number and one of culprit name given by my
friend.I have approach our zone 6 councilor Mr.CHIA, Gary Chong
(TERESA KOK assistant) regard this incident but seem like i was very
disappoint with way they treat this case.
Till today on 20 Oct 2008, i having ZERO result from police.All
answer i have is TUNGGU TUNGGU TUNGGU...I feel very sad and unfair
with way they spoke to me and now i understand why those crime in
Subang Jaya never been lowed.Can anyone tell me, how am i able to get
justice and courage to continue staying in USJ?All i need is directive
and answer!

Bryan xxxxxx
Resident USJ20
012-xxxxxxx

robertec
20-10-2008, 03:09 PM
From: Robert Lee [mailto:robertxxxxx@yahoo.xxxxx]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 11:14 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Cc: xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com.au
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


Dear Bryan,

I am sad to read about your nasty experience at the USJ 20 basketball court. It is a sign of the times that we cannot even enjoy a simple game in peace. If it can happen to you, it can happen to any one of us or our loved ones. As far as I know the basketball court is near the security guardhouse and surely the guards would have been aware of what happened that night. I really hope the people in authority and those who are able to do something to address the issues, do something about it fast, otherwise, we will degenerate into a slum in no time.

Bryan, I hope you have fully recovered from your traumatic experience by now and the authorities will get the culprits soon.

Regards,
Robert Lee

robertec
20-10-2008, 03:10 PM
From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 11:23 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


hi ,


Why 20 of them only attack one person?
There has to be a motive? What is the motives behind?
You can always sue the Police anyway and take the case to higher ground, why are you not doing it yet.

robertec
20-10-2008, 03:11 PM
From: xxxxxxxx@gmail.com [mailto:xxxxxxxx@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 11:52 AM
To: SJ Alert
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


This incident sounds very serious enough. What with 20-30 people with weapons attacking innocenbt residents for no apparent reasons.

What has become of our peaceful neighbourhood? I wonder what will happen in the future if nothing concrete is done immediately to ward off such an incident in future!

Regards,
Hj Jani
Of USJ2
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robertec
20-10-2008, 03:12 PM
From: wan azeman wan nasir [mailto:xxxxxxxxxx05@yahoo.co.uk]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 11:51 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


Our ADUN and Police need to attend seriously, ini adalah luahan rasa dari rakyak biasa...

robertec
20-10-2008, 03:13 PM
From: helen lee [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 1:56 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


If u dun mind my asking, why do they specifically pick on you and do they need these big groups to attach a solo. Sori for being so outrite but out of curiousity.





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robertec
20-10-2008, 03:14 PM
From: Abi Sofian [mailto:xxxxxxxxx@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 2:15 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Cc: Abi S.A.H
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


Dear Bryan

I am truly sorry to hear your unfortunate experience. I am even more sorrier on the state of our society with regards the various elements/instruments be it the enforcement agencies or people representatives. In this stateof Selangor we have been under the new government for almost eight months but sad to say that in many instances major issues concerning us people are still not resolved. Granted, that some of the reps may be doing something like meeting people, forming this committee, that committee but the real problems faced by the people like safety and security remain unchanged. E-mails sent to the MP's special assistant have not been acknowledged let alone replied! So, at the end of the day the most apparent issue is politics, politics and politics. Everywhere people hear requests for support to change but when the support was given change is coming rather slowly.

When I bought our house in USJ many years ago, never that I thought I would have to pay for basic security of my family in my neighbourhood in addition to the income-tax, road tax, assessment and quit rent. Now you can go around and see how many of the neighbourhoods are slowly turning into gated communities and even then the effectiveness can still be questioned.

The suggestion by En Kuan on neighbours organising majlis to kenal mengenal is good but that is only good if the security structure or framework is well founded. For instance can we not have those numbers of police stations/national security etc erected in all over the place. In fact MPSJ should impose that any banner, advertisning boards, etc in SJ must have these numbers which indirectly become the fourth deminsion cctv. It is easier for people who want to do good deed in crime prevention to call the number if it is infront of their eyes rather than searching through their address book in the phone (if they have one). Then of course the reaction of those geting the info must be of utmost speed. This requires the patrol cars to be in the vicinity with 3 to 5 minutes response time. Perhaps we could organise a fundraising exercise to buy a few cars for the police to use. I am sure we will get the support from the business and industrial community in SJ if it can be shown how this plan can be effective.

I hope this posting will get posted and if those affected decision makers need further input, I am more than willing to work together. Indeed everyone knows that Prevention is always Better than cure but if one does not know how to prevent, this adage will just remain that, adage!

gary yap
21-10-2008, 12:10 PM
Maybe those thugs are selected to cause chaos by the security company. :confused: My place since end of Sept already transformed into a fortress.

robertec
21-10-2008, 12:36 PM
-----Original Message-----
From: bryanchieng23 [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 6:23 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore

Thanks a lot from all concern...
I had met Gary Chong at one of HARIRAYA open house event in USJ16 and the truth is he giving me those encouragement for me to stay on while he will look into this case!He also convince me a lot of good things in this SJ community and it just my bad luck to get involve into this incident.i would like to apologize and really happy for the things he helped me to go thru all this incident!
THANK YOU SIR

robertec
21-10-2008, 12:37 PM
-----Original Message-----
From: bryanchieng23 [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 6:32 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore

Thanks yoong,
I also want to know the motives behind the attack!Thanks to my basketball friends who can recognize one one the culprit attacking me!

SUE the police?why don't u come out and teach me how to sue the police?i used to believe police will do their jobs coz Subang Jaya is very peaceful community area.People around me keep telling me-"Don't worry, leave it to police-they will show a result within a month since u have the culprit detail"i wanted to take this case to higher ground but i don't have the contact to do it so!
Pls advise

robertec
21-10-2008, 12:37 PM
-----Original Message-----
From: xxxxxxxx@gmail.com [mailto:xxxxxxxx@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 7:33 PM
To: SJ Alert
Subject: SJ Alert for Crime Prevention

Dear Robert,

I suppose not everyone on SJ Alert is fully aware as to who are on the list and who aren't. And when situations seem to get out of hand a finger-pointing game becomes the norm. Just my observation.

Regards,
Hj Jani

robertec
21-10-2008, 12:38 PM
From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 10:56 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore



by the way,



best dept to solve the problem is to file your aduan here.
the home minister dept.
http://www.kkdn.gov.my/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

Blue Jasmine
21-10-2008, 02:10 PM
sorry to hear that. anyway u mention that u was playing basketball at 10pm in basketball area. Wont it be noisy? i dont know cause my mother usually complains of few youngster playing basketball in the middle of the night like 12pm...i think since is already so late maybe can play in the morning. Besides being out so late is also not safe. Not really about the noise is more about being safe.

robertec
23-10-2008, 12:38 PM
From: DAP KINRARA [mailto:xxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 6:08 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


Dear All

1st of all, I could not post into the sjalert. I called Bryan just now and fire him on the accusation that he put on me. He sms me n apologised just now. Yes, he met me on the YB Teresa Kok Raya Open Hse at USJ 16 and immediately i took him to c YDP, YB Ronnie Liu and also given him the underworld gangster contact which i know them very well and maybe can help him since we knew that the Police could not do much. After a few days, I did follow up with him by calling him to check the status and he told me that he do not know where is Puchong jaya which I directed him too. Then no news from him and now he dared to port this kind of accusation on me. I am very very disappointed with him now. If Mr Chia - your councillor could not do much, u can accuse him but don't dragged me in as i did my best to assist him. This is really uncalled for la.


Gary Chong

robertec
23-10-2008, 12:40 PM
From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 5:18 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


There are a few things that i do not agree with Abi Sofian. first of all, you are comparing an 8 month old baby (PKR) vs a 50 years old man (BN). Why blame on the recent government when policing the state of security is not even under its jurisdicition. Paying assesment rate has nothing to do with security. Please get your facts right in the first place.


And since UMNO , MCA and MIC already in a Opposition state, why none of us approaching them for help instead. I remember when BN was in control, all the grouses and complainants knew their way to the opposition office. Why not now? Why don't you try the opposition if you think the security or policing in this country is degrading.


Police is the dept that fails in handling the crime rate and not the state govt and even worse it is the Fed Govt that suppose to look into this matter.


A lot of people are talking about security but when comes to costing or investing in security, many of you still think twice of it . How many of you actually secure your home with good lock, good doors, alarm system, fence up etc... A community that always been attacked also reveal the back side of the community. Its the breakdown of communication and also the Kia Su mentality . It also shows how vulnerable in the society when many of you just do not trust each other anymore. The truth hurts and it takes a giant leap to change the attitude foremost. Keep blaming the state govt for what????


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From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Monday, 20 October, 2008 5:22 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


I just cannot figure out why 20 people attack just one person when there were a numbers of basketball players with the victim?


there must be witness.. what happen?
why don't the victim engage a lawyer instead but posting in SJ Alert
If he did engage a lawyer, why didn't take the matter to the Highest Authority in Bukit Aman
Please provide more details in your case if you are pointing your finger to the people you mentioning.

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robertec
23-10-2008, 12:41 PM
From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 21 October, 2008 1:19 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS FW: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore (5 replies)

hi bryan,


You are welcome, Bryan.
I think suing may not be the right time yet unless you have exhausted all avenues and during the time of point A to Point B , you were hurt or injured because of the Police Investigation that didn't take place. You see the thing is that you have to repeatedly write a letter to the Police and request the outcome, saying that you are prosecuting the culprit. Where are the investigation paper ? You don't even consult any lawyers to follow up with the police also. What are you expecting actually? Do you think that Police just apprehend the culprit and lock him up for few days and that's makes you satisfy? 1 or 2 days for the culprit will make any good to you?? What are you seeking? Compensation? Punishment ? Lengthy Punishment? Protection Programme? etc. That is why from the start i already ask you to seek lawyers to help. You can't expect ordinary people to get involve in your people. Have you thought of their lives and families as well.


What can a politician do in this? Yes, they can help but you need to prepare a lawyer for this also. Have you seek a Criminal Lawyer yet?


The court wants you to have a lawyer to represent you also...The police who investigate the case also need to attend the matter as well. It's the right channel you have to seek .


And I really hope you can get this matter solve and at least you have use the right legal way to solve your problem which is GOOD. Im sorry i leave very far to attend your problem.Good Luck!

robertec
23-10-2008, 12:42 PM
From: DAP KINRARA [mailto:dapkinrara@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 21 October, 2008 3:10 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS FW: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore (5 replies)


Dear Brian,
I accepted your apologies but make sure in future, pls write the truth and should not deviate the subject just to get attention. Anyway, u can contact Subang OCPD Tuan Zainal - 0196000178 or Tuan Che Din - 0193479755 and u mention my name to both of them and maybe he can assist u.
I rest my case here and if really need help, pls email.

Regards,

Gary Chong
MPSJ Councillor (Zone11) / Special assistant to YB Teresa Kok.

robertec
23-10-2008, 12:43 PM
-----Original Message-----
From: bryanchieng23 [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 12:32 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore

Dear Robert,

Let us sit down and look carefully & understand because you are not the victim in this case.I am!I not finger pointing anyone because i think i as a resident in USJ feeling this kind if incident is not supposed happen in Subang area.
Maybe you all think, this is none of my business so what for i care about.All i want is just to play a simple basketball game at night after whole day of office works!

Before my assault incident happen....

Two years back,before i decided to purchase house in USJ20.I doing some research about community in USJ here since i am Sarakian and i found out Subang Jaya community is friendly & helpful toward each other.I am very keen to basketball sport activities and i had been playing since primary school.I have found a very big field with a beautiful basketball court there and everyone was happy playing this game at that moment and i get to know few good friend here which i still playing basketball with them till now.
So i & and my wife decide to set our sweet home here in USJ with our children.

Then i found out the basketball light were disconnected since nobody taking care the electricity bill and still own TNB around RM710.I run around to see what can i do to put the light back on basketball court so that the whole USJ20 people can enjoy a cool and relax game at night.
Initially i go approach our councilor Mr.Chia at MPSJ about USJ20 basketball matters.He told me to went ahead pay first the lump sum TNB bill around RM710 then he will make appeal for me bout this issue.When TNB connect back the light,i found out only one spot light were on and the other were not functioning at all since it were off for 4 years.
I call some wireman to fix up everything up(fius & bulb) which there cost me few hundred ringgit.I talk to Mr.Chia and MR.Ben(USJ20 committee chairman) regarding this matters and Mr.Chia had agree to make appeal for me to MPSJ so that i can get refund for all this bill.

I was happy to hear that because our councilor run here there to solve our community issue.And few month past now on, i still don't get any feed back about this bill issue from our councilor!

After incident happen...

Now i think even i go see whoever also cant catch the culprit since USJ police system so weak even i provide the culprit detail (name and address).I GIVE UP regard this assault incident.
Hope it wont happen to other resident in future!

NOW THE MOST IMPORTANT IS I HOPE OUT COUNCILOR WILL IMPLEMENT THINGS THAT HE HAD PROMISED ME

*MAKE APPEAL TO REFUND ALL THE USJ20 BASKETBALL COURT BILL!
*INSTALL THE FUTSAL LIGHT.

THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR CONCERN BECAUSE THIS WILL BE MY LAST POST TO THIS MAILING GROUP BECAUSE I DECIDE TO MIGRATE!

Thank You

robertec
23-10-2008, 12:46 PM
From: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SJAlert@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Abi Sofian
Sent: Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 12:09 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: FW: SJ Alert EMS FW: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore.

Dear Robert and All

I am beginning to see that this forum is being used by a few who always question the sincerity of other people's contributions. It is alright to disagree but it has to be based on rational and reasonable argument, not because of personal interest or to impose one's personal view. After all this is a forum. Go and check the dictionary the meaning of forum.

In the case of Bryan's I saw arguments flying in our faces with one side trying to help and sympathise while another trying to look at opinions as blaming others. As you rightly said, a day or two later things might be different. It is perhaps better for the moderator to verify the facts of these nature before releasing the post. While Bryan may not have told the complete picture, I believed it was unintentional. I was sad and shocked to hear how caring he was in trying to put things right for the court. He was supposed to be an asset to any civilised community and should be commended for his actions. Unfortunately he was badly hurt, not only physically but emotionally that he now decided to leave us. What a shame! Yes one person may not make a difference to a large community but as he has shown, one light is enough to give a glimmer of view to a dark taman!

Anyway, another point is that, we may have different views on all the issues but it is not intelligent to tell people to go to BN being the opposition now if we are not happy with the 8 month old state government. We have to move forward from this divisive idea. We want a better, more caring, more sensitive and more responsible goevrnement including the relevant agencies. It does not matter who or where a person from. As it is now we have federal and state agencies under different governments. If we take the adversorial approach, how do we make a better Malaysia. It must be acknowledged that not all feedbacks are to be viewed as a form of attack. There are many among us who are only interested in getting the best our of our lives especially for our beloved family. Everyone of us want to contribute towards this but sometimes we do not know what is the best way. People with many friends may not face this kind of problem but those who do not? He or she will seek the help from community at large. If just by crying out loud for help he / she is shot to the ground, while the real culprit gets away, what do we say about the community. Life is just like full of mirrors around us. We dont like other people when they do not give us a chance which we think our birth right but do we give others a similar opportunity? So, keep looking at the mirror whether we have done unto others what we don't want others done unto us!

The idea of paying for security is not about wanting something better and not willing to pay. Of course I would gladly pay for a Sony VAIO for its value rather than an unknown brand. My point was that if getting a security protection is a basic obligation of the relevant groups, why do I have to pay for this basic necessities? I would not blame anybody, if in spite of the basic provision, I on my own accord put up a sophisticated security system including alarm, CMM or even web based CCTV! What is happening now is that the basic necessities are almost forgotten now since we are forming gated community. Not all among us are in a good position to afford additional RM 40 -RM 50 per month. Do we now want to turn our community now into like only those who can afford will be safe similar like medical treatment is only for those who can afford?

Robert,
I may have put you and the team in a difficult situation. I apologise for that but I thought I need to make it very clear that in spite of this, you and the team are doing a very good job. Keep it up and we will continue with efforts for a better tomorrow for Malaysians and Malaysia especially in Subang Jaya. To Bryan, I am sorry I could not be of a better help and I wish you and your family will find a better place and speedy recovery.

--
Abi Sofian
USJ Subang Jaya

robertec
23-10-2008, 01:21 PM
From: yoong sin goh [mailto:xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com]
Sent: Thursday, 23 October, 2008 12:48 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: SJ Alert EMS FW: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore.


To Mr Abi Sofian,


You wrote :
Anyway, another point is that, we may have different views on all the issues but it is not intelligent to tell people to go to BN being the opposition now if we are not happy with the 8 month old state government. We have to move forward from this divisive idea.On Oct 22, 2008, at 12:09 PM, Abi Sofian wrote:


This statement made by you is a reflection of your earlier statement made by you about your unhappiness towards the present state govt and also for not answering your calls of nature. What makes you have a sudden change and who are you to judge who is intelligent and who's not. You brought it up yourself for not providing a fair ground for the reps in the state to defend and now you have been hurt by my statement because it reveals a troll in you. I only see your weakness when condemning the state govt and also the bickering of the assessment rate, tax etc... Well and the fact calling peope to approach BN is not wrong either since if some people just don't know which direction to approach anymore and after all Selangor BN is now the Opposition . Anyway, this is a forum of transparency, I'm waiting.


Anyway, another point is that, we may have different views on all the issues but it is not intelligent to tell people to go to BN being the opposition now if we are not happy with the 8 month old state government. We have to move forward from this divisive idea.



Jeffrey Goh
xxxxxxxx@streamyx.com
JackHawk Security Consulting

robertec
23-10-2008, 10:32 PM
From: Eddie Chia [mailto:cklvineland@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, 23 October, 2008 9:42 PM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore


Dear Bryan,

I want to correct your statement. I did not promise to reimburse any payment of such from MPSJ.

You need to submit your receipts and make a claim through the relevant authority En.Rosly in MPSJ. It is up to the Council authority to verify your claim and if is acceptable they will reimburse you.

Please do not simply make any statments without true clarifications.

Also, remember that i came to your rescue when you were in trouble. As mentioned by SJ Alert Mr Robert, you need a lawyer to represent you in a legal case against your culprit.

We are here to help the residents and we do not simply act upon instruction.
We evaluate every request and make the best action for the good of the community and not for any individual benefit.

I hope you will find closure soon.

CHIA KWAI LOY
AHLI MAJLIS MPSJ

robertec
31-10-2008, 01:13 PM
-----Original Message-----
From: bryanchieng23 [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com.au]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 12:32 AM
To: SJAlert@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Feeling no safe and peace in USJ anymore

Dear Robert,
...........

NOW THE MOST IMPORTANT IS I HOPE OUT COUNCILOR WILL IMPLEMENT THINGS THAT HE HAD PROMISED ME

*MAKE APPEAL TO REFUND ALL THE USJ20 BASKETBALL COURT BILL!
*INSTALL THE FUTSAL LIGHT.

THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR CONCERN BECAUSE THIS WILL BE MY LAST POST TO THIS MAILING GROUP BECAUSE I DECIDE TO MIGRATE!

Thank You
I have been made to understand that MPSJ have already installed the said lighting for the Futsal Court.

I suppose for things to happen, time is required.

I am sure that we have dedicated people who will always assist us in our efforts to make things better for our Community.
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maxima
04-11-2008, 11:41 AM
There seems to be some misinterpreting and misunderstanding here and I think that can be sorted out thru explanation.

I think most of us are keen to know : what is the police doing now ? is it safe to play basket ball in USJ20 now ? will Bryan get his justice ?

robertec
04-11-2008, 01:23 PM
I suggest strongly that Bryan contact

Balai Polis USJ8 - 03 5635 6904
C/I Tuan Foo Teik Fong - 019 2059222

immedaitely. Make an appointment to see him at his Balai.
Things would be much clearer.

If nothing is done, let me know, we should be able to bring the matter higher up the ladder of authority.

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gary yap
05-11-2008, 09:27 AM
All public places should have CCTV. With the number of foreign workers around, the locals have no job(or they're to fussy) thus thinking of an easy way out to make a quick buck.

maxima
05-11-2008, 12:36 PM
Bryan wrote :
" On 17 Sept 2008, i was having a basketball game...Then come a big group of 20-30 people who came to basketball court nearby USJ20 residential area bringing steel rod, wood, brick, spanar etc approach us and without any words they swing all their weapon at me which cause me having major injury
on my head (20stiches) and whole body swollen. Few of my friend
recognized few of these people who attacking me....i go to USJ8 police station to report this incident and giving the car plate number and one of culprit name given by my friend....Till today on 20 Oct 2008, i having ZERO result from police. All answer i have is TUNGGU TUNGGU TUNGGU...I feel very sad and unfair with way they spoke to me and now i understand why those crime in Subang Jaya never been lowed.Can anyone tell me, how am i able to get justice and courage to continue staying in USJ ? All i need is directive
and answer! "

Today is Nov. 5, 2008. Any feedback from Bryan about police action ?

CCTV can help stopping crime like this ? Name and car plate number have been spoon fed also take so long to act, what do you expect ?

:mad:

robertec
05-11-2008, 12:51 PM
I should like you to note that OCS Tuan Foo of Balai Polis USJ8 had a lung infection and was hospitalised for more than 10days during that period.

Bryan should be reading this, go see Tuan Foo and get this sorted out.

You also know what to do if nothing is done.
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