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Old February 11th, 2011, 12:46 PM   #121
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Old February 11th, 2011, 07:09 PM   #122
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Old February 11th, 2011, 07:59 PM   #123
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And maybe there is another community who think that they can depend on unfair policies to enrich themselves as they are too chicken to compete with others? In that case, the little China, India, and Malay worlds are far better places than that community that not only consists of individuals who not are unable to improve, but also drag others down with them.
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Old February 14th, 2011, 06:12 AM   #124
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This makes me happy......but think the max jail terms and fines are way too low for crimes committed by police officers



April trial for cops accused of assaulting man
By Yow Hong Chieh
THE MALAYSIAN INSIDER

February 14, 2011
PETALING JAYA, Feb 14 - The magistrate’s court will jointly hear in April the three charges against five policemen involved in the alleged assault of businessman Chia Buang Hing.

Deputy public prosecutor Amirah Mohamed Yusoff requested that the court allow the charges to be heard together as the same set of witnesses would be called.

The hearing will take place on April 11 to 13 and May 9 to 11.

Four constables — Mohd Azwan Hassan, Norzali Rosle, Ahmad Saifullah Osman and Alizulhafiz Abdul Ghafar — are accused of voluntarily causing harm to Chia at the Kota Damansara police station from 12.30am to 3am on December 19 last year.

All four have claimed trial. They face a maximum one-year jail term, maximum fine of RM2,000 or both.

Mohd Azwan and Norzali also face a second charge of causing harm to Chia at Jalan PJU 3/15, Persiaran Tropicana, Petaling Jaya from 11.30pm on December 18 to 12.30am the next day.

A fifth policeman, Lance Corporal Mahadi Adam, was charged with disobeying an order under section 20(3) of the Police Act 1967, knowing that by such disobedience it would likely cause injury to Chia.

No bail was set for the five men.

Chia, 34, had claimed that he was beaten up by the policemen — who also allegedly took RM13,000 of his money — after they stopped him at a roadblock at 11pm on December 18 last year.

He was travelling from his home in Tropicana to Kota Damansara.

The beatings, according to Chia, took place at various points from the time he was pulled over until he was brought to the Kota Damansara police station.

He also claimed to have been assaulted by as many as five men at once while at the police station and at an empty plot of land at an undetermined location.

The police, according to Chia, had wanted him to report that his injuries had been sustained in a road accident.

He also vehemently denied that he had a parang and heroin in his car.

Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah had said that initial investigations indicated that the reason for Chia’s detention, for suspected possession of heroin and a parang in his car, was valid.
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Old February 14th, 2011, 08:39 AM   #125
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FYI, if proven guilty, all of them will be sacked and their pencen money forfeited.. Kalau dah kerja 30 tahun pun tak dapat pencen kalau kena pecat.
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Old February 14th, 2011, 10:16 AM   #126
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FYI, if proven guilty, all of them will be sacked and their pencen money forfeited.. Kalau dah kerja 30 tahun pun tak dapat pencen kalau kena pecat.
Of course. That would be fair. After 30 years in the force you still abuse power ar? Padan muka.
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Old February 15th, 2011, 07:34 AM   #127
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FYI, if proven guilty, all of them will be sacked and their pencen money forfeited.. Kalau dah kerja 30 tahun pun tak dapat pencen kalau kena pecat.

Well let's hope so: need to set examples for other officers who have the potential of turning bad. Bad officers have not been disciplined enough, and that's why we are getting such arrogant and ruthless policemen these days.
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Old February 15th, 2011, 09:45 AM   #128
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haven't you guys watched Infernal Affairs (無間道)?



good cops bad cops are there in every country lah…!
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Old February 15th, 2011, 10:39 AM   #129
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I think PDRM need to refine it recruiting process. previously to join the police force is quite hard coz they filter the candidate thoroughly.. if ur neighborhood peeps say u a junkie ke, ape ke, jangan harap nak dapat join even if u succeed in ur initial interview. Now, ex-rempit,ex-junkie,ex-pecah rumah pun senang masuk sbb guna kabel.. no wonder la banyak corruption.
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Old February 15th, 2011, 10:58 AM   #130
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PDRM just need a great film for propagation….

HK and Hollywood movie directors are good at it. No Yusuf Haslam please!!!
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Old February 15th, 2011, 10:28 PM   #131
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I think PDRM need to refine it recruiting process. previously to join the police force is quite hard coz they filter the candidate thoroughly.. if ur neighborhood peeps say u a junkie ke, ape ke, jangan harap nak dapat join even if u succeed in ur initial interview. Now, ex-rempit,ex-junkie,ex-pecah rumah pun senang masuk sbb guna kabel.. no wonder la banyak corruption.
Exactly, this is the core of the problem: We are not getting the right people for the jobs: That includes everyone all the way to the top: Home Minister, Police chiefs, officers, and down to recruits. The system seems to be getting from bad to worse.....
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Old February 15th, 2011, 10:28 PM   #132
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PDRM just need a great film for propagation….

HK and Hollywood movie directors are good at it. No Yusuf Haslam please!!!
We are not talking about hollywood, please snap out of it! These are real and serious issues affecting all Malaysians, please learn from what dcOhiney has to say
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Old February 16th, 2011, 06:18 AM   #133
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Exactly, this is the core of the problem: We are not getting the right people for the jobs: That includes everyone all the way to the top: Home Minister, Police chiefs, officers, and down to recruits. The system seems to be getting from bad to worse.....
Nope, no problem with the police chief..the problem lies with the gomen interference in police force's duty.

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Old February 16th, 2011, 03:25 PM   #134
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Nope, no problem with the police chief..
after the tun hanif omar..i see all starting to break free.
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Old February 16th, 2011, 06:21 PM   #135
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the police force are recruiting failed losers,junkies and hobbos..what can you expect from them..they are the free criminals on loose!
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PDRM just need a great film for propagation….

HK and Hollywood movie directors are good at it. No Yusuf Haslam please!!!
HK police are not just 'promoted' in films like Infernal Affairs so that they could attain 'Hollywood-like' status. They truly had the essence.

Even rich and powerful people in HK can't get away with even a car crash (remember Nicholas Tse crashing his Ferrari?). Even super-rich Hollywood stars can't always bribed their way thru LAPD.

IN Malaysia? I need not say much lah.......
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after the tun hanif omar..i see all starting to break free.
my ass la, bribery was rampant la during his tenure.. some policemen even suggest it was even worse than today although i dun really think so.
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Old February 17th, 2011, 06:52 AM   #138
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I don't know how it was during the time of tun hanif omar, but I know the police force is in a pretty bad shape these days. When there is a misconduct by policemen, how come the government ministers do not make any sound? Why does it have to be the opposition who are always championing the rights of the victims? It is a good thing that Malaysia adopted the British common law. If not, I think Malaysia would be ruled by a dictator today, and people have to suffer in silence while the police and authorities bully them. Perhaps that's why the Egyptians were so upset with Mubarak and the police.....

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Old February 17th, 2011, 06:55 AM   #139
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Nope, no problem with the police chief..the problem lies with the gomen interference in police force's duty.
The police chief should come out and give a speech to reassure the public in front of the press whenever a crime is done by the cops. He should not hide in silence; this is an act of cowardice....because if he does that, the public would lose confidence in the police force.
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Refusal to set up IPCMC the strongest proof of continuing lack of political will to eradicate police abuses and corruption

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein’s reiteration that the government still has no plans of forming an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) is the strongest proof of continuing lack of political will to eradicate police abuses and corruption.

Malaysians will remember that it was Hishammuddin when he was Umno Youth leader who led the opposition to the establishment of the IPCMC more than five years ago when it was proposed by the Dzaiddin Royal Police Commission as the most important of its 125 recommendations to create an efficient, incorruptible, professional and world-class police force, going even against the then Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi who had publicly committed himself to accept and implement the IPCMC recommendation.

It was the combination of political opposition from Umno and police opposition led by the police leadership at the time which forced Abdullah to backtrack and finally scuttled the IPCMC proposal.

The spate of high-profile cases of police abuse and custodial deaths in the past few years, whether A. Kugan, 14-year-old student Aminurasyhid Amzah, framemaker Chia Buang Hing and pregnant store owner Chow Soo Meng, as well as human rights abuses by the police as in the weekend mass arrests of 59 Hindraf marchers protesting the controversial use of Interlok as school textbook have again highlighted the need for an IPCMC where public complaints of police abuses could be seen to be addressed with full seriousness, authority, independence, impartiality and professionalism.

The Dzaiddin Police Royal Commission’s recommendations, including those for increased allowances, improved emoluments and upgrading of posts have largely been implemented except for the most important one going to the root of public confidence in the efficiency, integrity and professionalism of the police force – an IPCMC to demonstrate that the police will never be a law unto itself but is equally to account to the public for abuses and misuses of power.

With the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s “People First, Performance Now” slogan, Hishammuddin as Home Minister should table a formal proposal to ask the Cabinet to revisit the Dzaiddin Police Royal Commission’s IPCMC recommendation instead of continuing to spearhead opposition to IPCMC.
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