The government of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi must answer to this. What is the police doing beating up a civilian without mercy (Malaysiakini)???

Police claimed the guy was trying to run one of them down. Come on, if he did, wouldn’t the driver had gotten away? What was he doing staying put and allowing 20 bullies the liberty to beat him to a pulp?!

Last night a 21 year old youth was repeatedly beaten by 20 riot squad (FRU) personnel armed with batons and kicked with boots.

His crime?

Be at the wrong place, at the wrong time, with a wrong face.

And try to drive away from a barricade set up by toll concessionaire Grand Saga to block a toll-free access road to the Cheras-Kajang Highway in Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC).

That is not all.

Others were hurt too. Why has the police acted as if they have gone mad? Or have they been instructed to be so bold and merciless?

They cannot plead self-defense. Come on. 20-1?

A dozen injured people claimed they were assaulted by “30 thugs”, who was said to be”armed with iron rods, helmets and sticks”; two were admitted into the hospital in Kajang; one of them suffered facial injuries and a broken hand.

Though Grand Saga has distanced themselves from the violence, they cannot absolve themselves from this fracas. Blood spilled because of their unsightly barricade. Can they now turn a blind eye and say “It’s not me”?

But the worse part of the whole scenario is that your country could turn into a police state anytime, in a blink of an eye, without you even knowing why.

Even an MP and a newspaper photographer were hurt in the process.

Star reported that Utusan Malaysia‘s Roy Azis Abdul Aziz had been beaten up when he tried to take photos of the fracas.

It is shocking to hear that police were present but did not intervene or try to stop the violence. If indeed this is true, then they are all party to a crime – a crime to cause bodily harm to the residents of BMCm

Earlier on May 10, Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng was allegedly pepper sprayed, beaten and kicked by plain clothes policemen.

So how many must suffer, perhaps someone must die, before the police are hauled up for a major investigation, or the toll concessionaire suspended, or the Selangor state government step in and stop this on-going feud!??

76 responses »

  1. su says:

    THe authorities definitely have a lot to answer to. 20-1 is not a small number.

    It’s about time the Selangor state govt stepped in and did something about this. Of course, the Grand Saga contract, the FRU, all that is under the Federal Govt, but surely Selangor State govt must take some initiative and responsibility over something that is happening in the state. And it’s distressing for the residents too.

  2. William Eow says:

    Felt like I want to ‘puite’ now.

  3. Oh no….What happened to Malaysia.

    Leaders, if you have conscience, please say something nice to support the people.

  4. Sudin says:

    Ezam says he joined UMNO because has passed the line when it accepted multiracial….ha ha ha…yet he was the one who started all it all. He said Malaysia is an Islamic State and must be maintaned but other races should be respected. Bulshit.

  5. khalaai says:

    even segambut MP beaten up on the street, so we r nothing. police you are doing great job. get your salary from goverment and beat people. put them in lockup n kill them. nobody can ask u y? u are simply the best

  6. No offence Mr. Police, I really suggest the group to take some human rights course or seminar.

    I wish you all the best and contribute to our nation’s security.

  7. CTW says:

    The culture of immunity against accountability of excessive violence seems to be deeply rooted in the system.

  8. wits0 says:

    It appears almost certain that the victim’s right palm is fractured.

    Are they(the media) still trying to use the story about Ezam and Badawi having babies to divert from the real issues?

  9. Philip Lau says:

    Hi Susan,

    What you had written must be true as you will not do so if you are NOT supported by facts. Are the Malaysian police reaching the state of Robert Mugabe of Zimbawe, a country with NO law and order. Or even like the Pakistan President who behaves like a gangster.

    2. It appears if those HORRORS occured in SELANGOR although Police is under the control of the Federal Government , then the Menteri Besar of KL must being all those incidents to the attention of the Inspector General, failing which Anwar’s KL Menteri Besar failed to perform his duties.
    Keep a detail records of these ATROCITIES and expose them in what ever the way.

    3. Why can’t those VICTIMS take legal action against the police? Before that they must be exanined by doctors in the Hospitals preferably. I am sure there are many OPPOSITION LAWYERS WHO ARE PREPARED TO give free legal assistance to these people.

    4. As you say, a Member of Parliament was beaten up by the Police, I hope he has taken LEGAL ACTION against the Police and even bring up the matter before their Parliament. Has he made a Police Report?

  10. The Police,
    Are you prepare to put one of your officers with 20 youths in the ring for a few minutes no need for 20 may be just 5 ? You will see what will happen !
    You are nothing but a bunch of bloody cowards, that is all, always hiding behind your uniforms and your duty of ‘protecting the public interest’.

  11. Altantuya says:

    Only God can save the wicked!

  12. wong says:

    We don’t call Malaysia Boleh for nothing.
    Malaysia Boleh,right? Shit.

  13. yh says:

    you wonder the reason for the presence of hugs there? to whom it is giving protection? that answers everything, isnt it?
    and the cops? put it on u-tube and let them explain to the world. enough said.

  14. Chris Huong says:

    Hi Mr. Phillip Lau,

    There has been rumors that the patrols were there when the incident occurred, and they did nothing but watching all those happened. Those injured reported to the patrols and they rejected to be involved. I wondered what the patrols job description was.

    Today, in the parliament, the OPPOSITION suggested to bring this up as emergency case to discuss but it was rejected because they said it is not an emergency manner.

    The federal has abandoned the people already. the only way we can solve this problem is to take over the federal.

  15. ANg Kong says:

    Po-lice? law protectors? apprehension with necessary force and beating are 2 different things.
    i am sure this does not represent the overall po-lice force, but still it must be raised and discussed in the parliament.
    the victim should lodge a police report ASAP

  16. ANg Kong says:

    extracted fr M’kini. “He asked for it. He ran over a policeman and he got what he deserved,” the officer told Malaysiakini a few minutes after the incident.

    now the police wants to take the law into their own hands? OMG!
    i hope the high ranked police officer gets the sack!

  17. ktteokt says:

    Time for PDRM to change its name to SDRM (SAMSENG DIRAJA MALAYSIA)!

  18. railcoop68 says:

    By now the BN – if it has some intellectual sense – should know that a major reason for its losses under the Tsunami wave was the actions of the Police in previous days and weeks and the thuggery of both the ‘Royal’ Police and RELA. Scums and dregs of humanity havce been roped in to serve the Masters in both these forces and they are both a total disgrace to this Nation and its people.

    If only the Police had behaved as decent police forces do in countries like the UK, the massive swing against BN may not have come to be. Setting up unwanted roadblocks and screening people and inconveniencing the public after the BERSIH and HINDRAF episodes and chemical warfare against the country’s own citizens was the last straw. How the word ‘Royal; can still remain as a prefix to the Police force is something any new incoming government must think about.

    The whole world has watched the gory antica of whom we can call Chemical Alis after the infamous Iraqi General and we have to hide in shame when confronting overseas guests because Malaysia nearly became Zimbabwe or Burma if not for the citizens rising up and sweeping the land like a Tsuami.

  19. Food for thought says:

    I just watch the video on youtube and I am totally APPALED by the way FRU ‘mobbed’ the car. Where do the public get law and order when the police themselves is harassing the people they pledge to protect?

  20. I really hope our Cheras friends can stay home and watch TV, relax, and have fun with their families…


  21. lucia says:

    i was very angry too when reading about this. imagine 20 police beating one single young boy!! this is mad! mad! what has our country become? sad. sad. 😦

  22. OMG says:

    Malaysia boleh ! nd we have MAS.
    Means Mana Ada System.
    916 please act fast.

  23. shan says:

    Selangor Gov holds 30% stakes in Grand Saga, I keep thinking why MB Selangor has not divulged this earlier? Or was he waiting for this to happen so he could “do something” about it? Was this part of his strategy to do things “step by step” as he claimed?

    I wonder…

  24. hutchrun says:

    extracted fr M’kini. “He asked for it. He ran over a policeman and he got what he deserved,” the officer told Malaysiakini a few minutes after the incident. – ang kong

    The whole thing goes like this:

    A high-ranking police officer at the scene claimed that Chang had run over a FRU personnel with his car.

    “He asked for it. He ran over a policeman and he got what he deserved,” the officer told Malaysiakini a few minutes after the incident.

    Asked to identify the person who was hit by the car, the officer had initial difficulty in persuading the individual to come forward.

    When he did so, the man – who appeared unscathed – claimed: “He tried to run me over… look at my baton, it is broken. What more evidence do you want?”

    However, a police officer who took Chang to the Kajang Hospital said none of the personnel had been hit by the car.

  25. sandyow says:

    The bigger issue is not about the police. But what should be done already about BMC residents’ plights! How long more do we have to wait for the selangor government to do something about this issue?? Do we need to see more people get hurt?? Do we need more excuses and talk about secrets of Khir Toyo by the new selangor MB now? Will it help the residents that way? Why the heck the selangor MB not doing anything about this??!

  26. hutchrun says:

    He`s learning karate and judo.

  27. ah Long says:

    You all know the reason why the American constitution gives it’s citizens the right to bear arms ?

    You all now know why despite so many gun crimes the American public still wants the right to own guns.

    Their constitution forefathers have the foresight to include this in the constitution because if the American government fcuks with the people they can fight back.

    This is a historic fact. Whether you agree with it or not is another issue.

  28. amoker says:

    From malaysiakini

    Notice is hereby given that the company will be constructing the barricade this week,” said Grand Saga’s executive director Zainal Abidin Ali in a terse press statement.Zainal Abidin, who is former Dang Wangi police chief, said that Grand Saga had constructed the barricade in 2005 “to prevent unlawful access” to the highway through the access road from BMC

    The Sun reported in the same day that Zainal Abidin ali is the PR director. Whether he is the PR director or exec director, one have to wonder his link to the police’s single mindedness in protecting Grand Saga. The police cannot be excused beating up people like Rodney King. The Federal gov. is answerable.

  29. hutchrun says:

    Courageous Thai women takes on the Malaysian Immigration Department

    JOHOR BARU: Five Thai women are suing the Immigration Department and the government for detaining them unlawfully for 34 days between February and April.
    The women, who are seeking RM1 million each in damages, were picked up during a raid by the Immigration Department on a shop lot in Taman Desa Tebrau.

    They are claiming that they were deported on April 2 when they had filed a habeas corpus application against their detention.

  30. hutchrun says:

    Courageous Thai women takes on the Malaysian Immigration Department

    JOHOR BARU: Five Thai women are suing the Immigration Department and the government for detaining them unlawfully for 34 days between February and April.
    The women, who are seeking RM1 million each in damages, were picked up during a raid by the Immigration Department on a shop lot in Taman Desa Tebrau.

    They are claiming that they were deported on April 2 when they had filed a habeas corpus application against their detention.

  31. Harrison says:

    I sprang in anger when I read the news of an MP being beaten by the “mafias” called Royal Malaysian Police and now, when a 21 year old was mauled, I don’t think any right minded MPs should still be silent but to call for an Independent Public Inquiry Commission to investigate the police brutality and actions to be taken against them. If we, the public can go to jail for assault, does this law applied to the police as well.

    “Police claimed the guy was trying to run one of them down. Come on, if he did, wouldn’t the driver had gotten away? What was he doing staying put and allowing 20 bullies the liberty to beat him to a pulp?! “–Susan

    (1) any tyre marks? considering the velocity of the car must be at least 50km per hour.

    In fact, I have blogged on this. Every right minded Malaysians must condemn this sort of police brutalities.

  32. hutchrun says:

    What can happen:

    He went to the ACA office in Putrajaya to pursue a complaint he lodged against another party,” he said. “He was told they wanted to take his statement pertaining to his complaint, but when he arrived, he was informed that he would be charged today.”

    It has been learnt that Chan had lodged a complaint against the Selangor Turf Club’s Board, alleging irregularities in the STC’s 1996 decision to sell the STC Sungai Besi site to Berjaya’s Vincent Tan Chee Yioun.
    Advising the STC Board was , and remains, VK Lingam (correct, correct, correct) via a one of his satellites.
    To state the obvious,charges in an ACA matter can only be brought by the Attorney General Ghani Patil.
    Although by 2004 Mahathir was no longer PM, he continued to have strong ties to the STC Board, via Vincent Tan Chee Yioun and the Board’s deputy chairman, Richard Cham. These ties remain strong to this day:

  33. Noor Aza Othman says:



  34. How does one draw the line
    Between what’s wrong and fine
    With justice so difficult to define
    Plus claims that everything is mine

    (C)Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 290508
    Thur. 29th May 2008.

  35. sandyow says:

    noor aza. Who the hell implied atlantuyaa was killed and RAPED by policemen? Was she, am I lost here somewhere? And thanks for making a point with the caps.

  36. fred says:

    It time PDRM get some obedience training. I am amazed that the federal government keep quiet about this. Well they are too busy fighting and blaming each other to care about the rakyat.

    Now every malaysian knows that police can beat you up and kill you without any penalty.

  37. Noor Aza Othman says:

    Sandyow; which planet have you been on? Altantuya was murdered so barbarically by two policemen and since she was bombed naked, as a woman, I’m highly suspicious that she might also be raped! And why she was bombed; probably to cover up such heinous crime. What I don’t understand is why such possibility is not being investigated! Time to bring in foreign forensic experts!

    Noor Aza Othman.

  38. sandyow,

    you’re correct ! altantuya died coz she lost her way to the jungle and accidentally stepped old WW2 mine bomb, so the 2 UTK and razak must be acquited!..

  39. if these police “expertise” and “brutalities” applies to rapist, snatch thieves, kidnappers, i’ll be very happy to sokong polis. i remember polis statistic shows CID only < 2% of polis force…….

  40. Payback Time says:

    Police Raja Di Malaysia says it all..he must consider himself lucky to escape with a broken nose and probably lost some teeth..could have been C4. Our former Deputy Prime Minister was blindfolded karate chop,punch in the eye..and we don’t know what crime he committed.Those men in blue are untouchable.TIU NIAMAH!!!

  41. destais says:

    The police force is rotten right to the core. This is what happens when the proud and arrogant government refused to have the IPCMC. No surprise that the police/ FRU not only have lost the respect of the rakyat in this country, but worse, behaving like gestapos and gangsters and thugs, not even respecting the law, but breaking the law by taking the laws into their own hands; How can you have mob-mentality and behaviour with 20 FRU whacking one poor guy, and what a stupid moron and idiotic for the senior officer to say that the victim deserved the beating. It is illegal for the FRU to beat the victim. Of course, they are already famous for this sort of things, no self control, beating bystanders unprovoked at public rallies, etc. The police in this country so far have not shown that they can be trusted, nor care about the poor rakyat; instead they are always seen to do the biddings of political masters, even during GE after GE, curi-curi taking pics of women in jail, even accused of raping foreigners and murders (eg. altantuya). Still call themselves Polis D-iRaja Malaysia?

  42. Anonymous says:

    police brutality in boleh land? really, it’s nothing new!

  43. Johnny says:

    We really live in a great country that is called Malaysia Boleh. Police boleh bash up the public. The deputy minister boleh side the police force even when they are wrong. What a shit situation. Unfortunately i am not well off if it is the opposite then i am going to get the hell out of boleh land if you know what i meant. Shit police and lousy deputy minister

  44. jeff says:

    According to OCPD , this man deserved a lesson from the all-mighthy Malaysian Royal Police Force, and he is just a gangster.

  45. wits0 says:

    According to the lord of the parliament, this is not an urgent matter.

  46. F. Lin says:

    Still waiting and still no action taken on these twenty FRU officers. No wonder they are so aggressive when come to attacking raket. Because they are above the law. Have PDRM badge is status for above law.

  47. Payback Time says:

    This boy is lucky to escape with a broken nose and lost of some teeth..could have been C4. Polce Raja Di Malaysia license gangster? Ex DPM was blindfolded karate chop,assulted and punch in the eye for committing we don’t know what crime!!! We have to open our eyes and see for how long those men in blue can go unpunish or shall we them as untouchable..retribution must surface or else it will lose it meaning

  48. Chris Huong says:

    Dear shan,

    You asked:
    “Selangor Gov holds 30% stakes in Grand Saga, I keep thinking why MB Selangor has not divulged this earlier? Or was he waiting for this to happen so he could “do something” about it? Was this part of his strategy to do things “step by step” as he claimed?

    I wonder…”

    I just want to remind you that the people’s coalition has taken over the Selangor Government for less than 3 months. While still busy inspecting the frauds of the previous government and trying to sort out the limited resources that he has for helping the people, he has limited time to go through everything. The previous government should have know about the position of Selangor Gov in Grand Saga for years, which he could use to influence Grand Saga but for the last two years, it had never stood beside the people of the Town. And in the last 3 months, do you realize how many frauds and corruptions the current Selangor State Government has found out?

    Why don’t you think about it and “wonder” why for the last two years the previous Selangor MB has never said anything about the case?

  49. Chris Huong says:

    And for the cops that have beaten up the innocent citizen, do the they think they are the law? If you all suspected the the victim has the intention to “run” over one of you, do you really have the right to beat him up in the public? Where is the evidences to show that the victim has the intention, or, you just “guess?” Couldn’t you just arrest him and put him in court/jail?

    Who, do you think you are that have the rights to judge?

    I wonder the intentions behind the beating.

  50. Chris Huong says:

    I can tell why the federal keeps quiet about this case: They want the people of Malaysia to know that they are the POWER, the people’s coalition has little power that’s why you should vote BN so that BN can protect you.

    I am sorry your honor, we, as citizens of Malaysia, have realized that if you don’t care about us, we will send someone else to take over the federal.

    I am sorry your honor, we don’t like the way you overlook the benefits of your people.

  51. hutchrun says:

    Chor should chau:

    The police watched as civilians were being assaulted with pipes, sticks and helmets?

    The report has it that there were about a dozen officers on hand. As I recall, an earlier statement from ACP Shakaruddin Che Mood indicated the number of thugs as about 15.

    12 police officers armed with firearms could not deal with 15 thugs armed with pipes, sticks and helmets?

    Were warning shots fired?



    And you dare say that the police are professional enough?

  52. caravanserai says:

    Chor chor forgets
    He is there people voted him
    How could he make such a stupid statement?
    Defending the police beating up a 21 years old youth?

    The thugs were there in BMC
    What are the police do?
    Waiting for colleagues as backup
    Close one eye when thugs gone wild?

    The fracas in BMC
    The Police officers should be investigated
    The company Grand Saga should be interviewed
    The directors of the company seem flouting the law

    It is on state land
    What right does the company has?
    The director arrogantly issued public statement
    He would order it to be barricade up again

    Chor chor wakes up please
    Don’t fall asleep like the pig
    See what have been done in your stewardship
    You haven’t learned when you were out of office

    BN ministers go make your play
    The marching of the people silently begin
    Keep your seats warm before you are booted out of office
    And you will not be returned into it again

  53. TummyBelly says:

    Wow…! Pig’s brain samseng

    What a damn “Samseng of the town” or “worse-than-animal” type of samseng !

    After reading blogs . I am really very angry about the incident. Pakatan Rakyat , do something !

    Uuuhhh……..20 vs one…..stinked !
    More over the police can not beat him that way. They just like a scene from the movie ” Judge Dredd”
    ” I am the law ! I am the law ! I am the law ! no judgement in the court”

    Haaaaaaaa……………. I m curiuos…really that era arrived ?

    As the rakyat, we need to know who was the real Samseng’s boss(es) behind the scene !?
    Are they hired or any pig boss(es) behind them !?

    What is next !?
    Act fast Pakatan Rakyat !
    Act fast Pakatan Rakyat !
    Act fast Pakatan Rakyat !
    No one can slip away from the law…. No ” Judge Dredd here , please !

  54. Kherry Scarry says:

    Wow !! Damm impresive of fully geared FRU. Whole group of FRU beating up one person who is defenceless and weaponless !! Is this is what FRU is train for, sad, ver sad indeed ??? Shame on FRU and the Ministers !!! Then, what’s the difference between gangster and FRU ?? FRU are allow to carry weapons legally…and that’s more scarry !!!

  55. Posh Spice says:

    Chor, were you there when the FRU beat up the youth? Or listening to just one side only, we have hundreds of witnesses….need to say more ?

  56. Robert Teh says:

    Such arrogance! Chor oh Chor!

    Chor must go! MCA the Party must apologies to the people of Mahkota Cheras!

    Walk the talk, Ka Ting, you want to reform MCA, make it relevant and win back lost ground, kick Chor out, he’s definitely a liability to your party. MCA must not protect or defend leaders with outdated or dead mental faculty.

    Take heed before your party face its end days!

  57. Eric says:

    >Police claimed the guy was trying to run one of them down
    If it were so, then the police would have been dead!
    Don’t bullshit here!

    As for a group of 20 riot squad beat up an unarmed youth??? Hey, tak tahu malukah?? Perbuatan yang hina!!

  58. chrishuong says:

    “The federal government has ordered that the controversial toll-free access road in their neighbourhood not be barricaded. ” – Malaysia Kini Breaking News.

    Congratulations to BMC residents. But the case is not closed yet. It may not be permanent.

    Now the problem lies on the on going case in court. Let’s pray for the righteousness.

  59. Payback Time says:

    Do we all know what Police Raja Di Malaysia mean? Big time license gangster…this boy is lucky to have escape with his life..could have been C4. Ex DPM was assulted,karate chop and punch in the eye by then Ex IGP for unproven crime..he spent 6years in jail for nothing. As for Chor,his balls could have been squess to make an uninvestigated statement..that clearly show he is a yes man and a umno dog of the highest order..deserve a ISO 9002 standard award

  60. Payback Time says:

    Police Raja DI Malaysia means what? Big time license gangster thats what it mean..this boy is lucky to escape with his life,could have been C4. Ex DPM was assulted,karate chop and punch in the eye by an Ex IGP and was jail 6years for unproven crime. As for Chor his balls could have been squess to make an uninvestigated statement clearly signifies his yesman character and a world class BN dog. Deserve an ISO 9002 standard award

  61. fred says:

    you know what? now PDRM threaten to charge the 4 poor guys in the car for attempted murder. wow man, you beat them up and sue them for murder, cool huh? who dun want to be a police?
    i guess the witness would be the 20 RFU who have license to KILL. if the 4 guys were actually sued in court, 99% chance they will be guilty. Why? guess who owns the judiciary system? UMNO and their well trained PDRM.

  62. novice101 says:

    Police is to uphold the law. If a law is broken, it has the whole array of laws at its disposal to seek recourse and melt out punishment. But committing violence against the lawbreaker is definitely not permissible.

    If, as claimed, two of the police personnel suffered injuries in the incident, then show proof or else this version will be taken as a coverup to protect the men in blue. Have their injuries photographed and published in the news media to clear yourself.

  63. novice101 says:

    Asking the MCA to apologise?? It will just be a excercise in futility! Cannot really blame them, if they were to apologise for everything wrong they have done till now, they would have no time for anything else. Every wrong in the book they had committed, just think how many years they would need.

  64. Aiyoo Tambi says:

    Ini orang pakai baju biru ingat dia orang malaikat tuhan kah??/
    Mau jadi malaikat mesti record baik punya….
    Kalau tidak guna power nanti merana di n

  65. Aiyoo Tambi says:

    NERAKA<NERAKA >>>>>>>>>>>>

  66. wits0 says:

    The same Chor again?! He wanted to ban Harry Potter books, in ’03 remember?

    That’s what you voters get for not completely demolishing the MCA on March 8.

  67. tommycol says:

    BMC vs GS
    think of it ,why has the BN (AAB) keeping quite n out of this for more than 2 mths ;are they mute or mute ??? NO!!!
    try this: they are trying 2 discredit the PK state govm ; not being able 2 handle the ppl’s problem.
    then when the situation gets out of hand (or MAYBE lives has 2 be SACRIFICED!!!) they will come in and tell the PK govm – this is the way .
    Why not — even , the road sweepers knows who is all this while giving GS and the “licensed gangsters in BLUE” all the BALLS to act in such barbaric ways . SHAME and so DISGUSTING of you !! think hard AAB and before you take any innocent LIVES , redeem youself and reflect hard!!!!!!

  68. DanielYKL says:

    Hi Susan,

    Check out the “Chor, Chor, Chor” The Pathetic Home Minister poster.

  69. chrishuong says:

    The brutal incident happened to the 4 poor guys will be covered up nicely, trust me. This is one of the culture of Malaysia Government. As time passes, people might forget about it, and the government will assume that the people have forgotten about it after a while.

    Too bad. The people now are not that stupid and forgetful anymore.

    At times, we shall remind all Malaysians what BN Government has done, or not done, to ensure the people of this country are protected and benefited.

  70. Susan, thanks a million for highlighting the truth of the BMC fracas, police brutality to helpless citizens (20 vs 1) and the high-handedness of the toll operator (Grand Saga in this particular aspect) in the hiring of thugs to beat up the people. It is common knowledge that the police force (or FRU) are always around to either beat up the people, shoot their chemical water “pistols” or to witness and enjoy any untoward incidents.
    It is grossly sad that though they are paid by the people, they are seldom seen helping and taking care of the people. Maybe because of their “low” salary, they are taking revenge on the tax-payers. Pay them more to survive else they will carry on enjoying their lifestyles with corrupt money.
    The world should be made aware of the injustices of the Malaysian Federal Govt, the Police force and the “appointed” toll operators, etc., etc., etc.
    It is in great luck that Selangor is now under the PR government, else I think more people would be either hurt or killed in the fracas. And it is lucky and a blessing that C4 was not used by the police to disperse the protestors.
    Lastly a word of thanks to YB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, Police Chief Deputy Commissoner Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar, P R MPs for temporarily ending the fracas and bolld-shed.

  71. yh says:

    offense is the best self defence. the cops have open an investigation into attempted murder and riot against the four poor chaps in the car.
    and you can bet your last dollar the cops will have the support of the dim-witted low-live Deputy Minister by the name Chor from MCA. Remember this before you vote in the next election. Kick this party that breeds low-live like him out so that the people will be liberated from the BN sanctioned oppression.

  72. hutchrun says:

    Lim Keng Yaik: Non-UMNO parties are “beggars”

    Gerakan advisor Dato’ Seri Lim Keng Yaik said that because Barisan Nasional did not give the other component parties equal standing, in the end MCA, MIC and Gerakan members have been equated as “beggars”

  73. wits0 says:

    Lim Keng Yaik: Non-UMNO parties are “beggars”

    After begging and selling off his voters asses cheap and en masse, for 3 decades, he suddenly realized that! Marvellous and indispensable leadership that the people needed indeed!

  74. hutchrun says:

    Chor of MCA is still selling his to UMNO.

  75. artemus22 says:

    ah Long says:

    “You all know the reason why the American constitution gives its citizens the right to bear arms?”

    I’m thinking of getting a license to own one as well. Just don’t trust the police anymore. Seems to me if the present Federal Government still exists, in the near future, we’re going to have two sets/teams of everything: PR States Police Force, PR States TV Station, PR States Newspaper, and etc.

  76. theowl says:

    Malaysia could have been a police state for some time now. One wonders the police are the protectors of the rakyat or the thugs. Look at the Ah Longs (loan sharks) who are nothing but criminals, lending at exorbitant rates and bullied or even killed many innocent persons. They were not afraid of the laws and the police. There are rumours that they are protected by powerful persons that the police can do nothing to them. In fact, these people (including the police) are sharing the loots from the more than 100% interest they charged the poor borrowers. They pasted their loan sharks advertisement everywhere on the Telekom and TNB posts and if the police were sincere to catch the loan sharks, they can easily locate or find these loan sharks through these advertisements. Why was no action taken against these loan sharks despite numerous media reports of their atrocity inflicted on the innocents. Malaysia can easily turn into a police state if the police brutality is not curbed and nipped in the bud soon.

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