Instead of harassing, arresting and abusing toll hike demonstrators, the police should do their “real” jobs which include:
1. Haul up the extra persons (other than the accused three) mentioned in Abdul Razak Baginda’s affidavit on Jan 19) for questioning;
2. Brush up their investigation skills as recently, Judge Datuk V.T. Singham has ticked off the police and the deputy public prosecutor’s office in Ipoh for their shoddy investigation and prosecution and questionable standards that led to the acquittal of five men charged with murdering a 21-year-old engineering student;
3. Put the real perpetrators in jail:
” We must not forget the high profile case where a Department of Environment Officer, who had uncovered massive corruption in his organisation, was obviously murdered and thrown off a building but which was instead ruled to have committed suicide.In the case of Mustakizah, Norita and Mohd Hasni, the accused were all either acquitted or no one was even charged for the murder. In the case of Hasleza, the people who most obviously paid to have her killed were never brought to Court. Altantuya’s high profile murder will not be heard until 2008 but there is already much mystery surrounding the whole matter. These are all high profile cases because high profile people are involved in one way or another with these cases. (Malaysia-Today)
4. Look into the allegations of those asking for money during the height of the Johor floods.
The list goes on…you are welcome to add. Coz’ I am planning to start a page on “Police Irregularities”.