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pucman
23-06-2010, 02:10 PM
This morning I saw a police car breaking traffic rules at Old Klang Road

1. Crossing a double white line to jump queue

2. Crossing a red light in front of heavy traffic.


Are policemen above the laws ?


The other day I was travelling along putrajaya highway at max 80 kph speed limit which is what I saw at the speed limit board.

1. Two traffic police on motorbikes whiz past me at above 80 kph, estimate 100-120 kph.

:rolleyes:

chookyan
23-06-2010, 03:54 PM
[QUOTE=pucman]This morning I saw a police car breaking traffic rules at Old Klang Road

1. Crossing a double white line to jump queue

2. Crossing a red light in front of heavy traffic.


Are policemen above the laws ?


No need go so far - morning u see police car park against traffic and policeman go taupau nasi lemak at the stall opposite SMK USJ 8

currymee
23-06-2010, 03:57 PM
Policemen in Bolehland are JUDGE DREDD .... I AM THE LAW !!!! :eek: :p :p :rolleyes:

Sentinel
23-06-2010, 05:08 PM
Polis Raja Di Malaysia.... from youtube.com:

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Cowards... 6-7 fellas whacking a down-and-out prisoner.... imagine you get in there and its you without your lawyer/s? This has to stop, it can happen to anyone of us.

It happened to a cousin brother of mine when he was just 14, after his LCE/SRP, when he was pick up for loitering around a mamak shop and when the cops came, he was still innocently eating his roti banjir while the real crooks have already run helter skelter and the cops thought he was one of them.... they took him to the police station and made a mess of him. :mad: He was a top student and a good boy and after that incident, he changed to be a very unfriendly boy... :mad:

USJ27Resident
23-06-2010, 10:32 PM
Polis Raja Di Malaysia.... from youtube.com:

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... :mad:

Seriously :eek: can't these perps be traced !!!

This video popped up some months ago but it was summarily dismissed by PDRM and the Govt... but the uniforms, the accents and the mannerism - all points to PDRM...

Do we have Protectors in the PDRM... or GANGSTERS!! :mad:

Doesn't takes much of an imagination - to imagine what the late Kugan must've gone thru... If true - doesn't suprise me that why some fellas end up dead - in police lock-ups...

Sentinel
24-06-2010, 12:22 AM
Understand this is a police station in Bumi Kenyalang (an East Bolehland state - the other is Land Below the Wind) with mostly auxiliary constables meaning those still under training but attached to police stations for practical training thus not in full blue uniforms yet as they have not passed out. Don't know how true it is but from the language of the policemen and the prisoner (in bazaar Malay with a Chinese slang) this can only be Bolehland!

birdy
24-06-2010, 06:55 AM
This morning I saw a police car breaking traffic rules at Old Klang Road

1. Crossing a double white line to jump queue

2. Crossing a red light in front of heavy traffic.


Are policemen above the laws ?


The other day I was travelling along putrajaya highway at max 80 kph speed limit which is what I saw at the speed limit board.

1. Two traffic police on motorbikes whiz past me at above 80 kph, estimate 100-120 kph.

:rolleyes:
Kami dapat laporan ada kes di depan, kami kena cepat sikit. :o

cskok8
24-06-2010, 10:38 AM
Understand this is a police station in Bumi Kenyalang (an East Bolehland state - the other is Land Below the Wind) with mostly auxiliary constables meaning those still under training but attached to police stations for practical training thus not in full blue uniforms yet as they have not passed out. Don't know how true it is but from the language of the policemen and the prisoner (in bazaar Malay with a Chinese slang) this can only be Bolehland!

Auxiliary policemen (polis bantuan) are "security guards" hired by corporations and given some police training. They have limited police powers. Examples of these auxiliary policemen include those employed by PLUS, Sunway, Pos Malaysia etc

USJ27Resident
25-06-2010, 11:59 PM
Auxiliary policemen (polis bantuan) are "security guards" hired by corporations and given some police training. They have limited police powers. Examples of these auxiliary policemen include those employed by PLUS, Sunway, Pos Malaysia etc

I see... in other words... "RENT A COPs" :p