Thursday, May 6, 2010

Malaysian man in blue just cannot change

Will the police shooting of Aminulrasyid Amzah be another case of NFA being stamped on the case file with the so called 'high powered" police inquiry? Or will it be another threaten the foreign pathologist inquiry of the Teoh Beng Hock case , And what happened to Kugan in the "die in jail" police beating case?

The MO seems all too familiar and it is hard to even believe a word the police have to say in their defense. The police just do not seems to understand the concept of upholding the law and justice of the country entrusted to them and it is the 'big brother' attitude of some of the senior officers starting from the IGP that is giving law enforcers a bad name. Can we then equate the man in blue as a licensed and organized crime outfit? And the police seems to be getting away with ..... all the time. Shhhssssh!

The arrogance of police power

NEW A week after schoolboy Aminulrasyid Amzah's death by police shooting, Malaysians have been treated to the ghastly spectacle of a government withdrawing into itself in the face of public outrage, and seemingly intent only on finding grounds for justifying its actions.
Left in abeyance is the fact that governments exist in democratic nations to ensure the safety of all its citizens, and to ensure equal justice for all, no matter what their station in life.
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