Friday, April 30, 2010

Antics of the top men in blue of Malaysia (Updated with new link)

A 15 year old Malaysian Malay boy was shot in the back of the head by the Malaysian police and here is a take articulated by Lim Kit Siang " Cry “This is not Manchester or Los Angeles, this is bloody Malaysia” finds resonance in the country and reflects gravity of crisis of public confidence in police professionalism" who visited the bereaved family of the boy.

Now, read what the Malaysian top cop have to say about it  Star Online "Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan has hit out at those criticising the force over the death of 15-year-old Aminulrasyid Amzah, saying he could call his men off the streets if that was what the people wanted" and it gets even more interesting on what he has to say.

How can a top cop issue such statements or even say such things? He sounded so childish akin to playing 'masak-masak' with the neighbor's little girl next door, now you know why the crime index in Malaysia is on the rise. God Bless Malaysia. I fear for the safety of my children in KL, Damn!

May 01, 2010 - Just read from mofasad and this is what the man in blue did not tell the public, mind you, this is a police report! Based on the earlier reports, there was another boy with Aminulrasyid in the car who managed to escape the police from the so called 'crime scene' and after some heavy police beating.

I am not trained in law neither am I a crime scene investigator. Nevertheless, common sense tells me that the way the police reacted to the case and statements made by the Selangor police chief and IGP are typical MO of another "push the blame" to the innocent.

So, when the law enforcer of the land abuses the power 'in the name of the law itself', what would happen to the law and order of a country? Man, this is scary!!!!

No comments: