Teresa Kok, sue ’em police, please!

Indeed, it is a nightmare under Najib’s 1MALAYSIA rule. Intolerancy reigns. And police are on a rampage again, this time, nabs people protesting in a private property?

I hope the property owners sue the pants off them. But is there justice in the courts? Looking at the Perak, and many other cases, let me think again…

The victims this time are, according to Malaysiakini, more politicians, and more people’s representatives. They are:

Serdang MP Teo Nie Ching and Teratai state assemblyperson Jenice Lee, two 20-something DAP female politicians, were arrested along with nine party workers at the vigil in Seputeh at 8.20pm.

The vigil, which was held outside DAP MP Teresa Kok’s office, saw the participation of more than a dozen of black T-shirt clad protesters.

According to the organisers, the vigil was to mark the “killing of democracy by the illegal government in Perak.”

Police fear the color black so much. Why? Because when you are standing all alone in the black of the night, and there is nothing and no one around but the sound of your breathing, you know, there is nothing else to fear but yourself.

Malaysian police need help indeed. Under Najib’s 1Malaysia, they have become worst than bullies.

Because they act on their own. Najib, after all, has said he doesn’t micro manage the police.

So, it’s all the police fault!

 

46 responses »

  1. GoMalaysian says:

    Aiyoyo…

    Hari ini tangkap, besok bebas,
    Hari ini tangkap, besok bebas,
    Hari ini tangkap, besok bebas,

    yeah… because we live at boleh land!!!

    Regards,

    Malaysian Come First

    GoMalaysian.Blogspot.Com
    http://gomalaysian.blogspot.com/

  2. kassimselamat2 says:

    SHAH ALAM, May 19 — A 32-year-old son of blogger Raja Petra Raja Kamaruddin pleaded guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to four counts of stealing and possessing stolen goods, worth RM17,870.
    On the first count, Raja Azman Raja Petra, 32, from Bukit Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh near here, was charged with stealing a black Yamaha RXZ, registration number BJQ 9597 belonging to a production operator, Mohd Syaiful Setapa, 24, at No. 65, Jalan Batas 2, 19/6B, Section 19 here at about 9.30am last March 20.
    The second charge was for breaking into Mohd Syaiful’s house and stealing the victim’s wallet, which contained his identity card, RM20, road tax, Maybank and BSN ATM cards, and driving licence at the same address, time and date.
    On the third count, Raja Azman was charged with stealing a Nokia handphone, a Seiko watch and a motorcycle chain, all worth RM3,850, belonging to a student, Saipul Adli Mohamed Yunus, 21, at house No. 16, Jalan Sastera, U2/1K Section U2 here at about 10am on April 24.
    Raja Azman, who was arrested on May 6, was also charged with possessing a stolen motorcycle, worth RM6,000, belonging to student Ahmad Firdaus Jalaluddin, 23, infront of house No. 3, First Floor, Block 1, Apartment Kinrara Court, Puchong near here at about 10.40pm last May 5.
    Magistrate Norkamilah Aziz set bail at RM10,500 in one surety for all the charges and fixed June 19 for sentencing.
    Deputy public prosecutor Siti Syakimah Ibrahim prosecuted while Raja Azman was unrepresented. — Bernama

  3. Bentoh says:

    Ughhhh… once again… They prove that Malaysia is indeed serious about gender equality…

    Of the people over there… they chose to arrest 11… and 2 out of 11 are lady elected rep…

    The odd is so small… huh~

  4. seconal says:

    The name don’t maketh the man
    http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/22055/84/

  5. It was barely 2 months since the new PM promised us of a better Malaysia… 1Malaysia kononnya… like this boleh percaya dia kah?

  6. lcheehou says:

    DEAR SUSAN,
    I HOPE YOU COULD PAST THIS MESSAGE TO ALL DREAMERS GOVT PAY OFFICIAL CONCERN WORKING AND LOYALTY PAYING ALL KINDS OF TAXES MALAYSIAN IN 1 MALAYSIA.
    I WOULD LIKE ALL DREAMERS ITS 21ST CENTURY AND 1 MALAYSIA STANDARD OF GOVT AND THE MALAYSIAN
    WE ARE NOT LIVING IN THE LATE 20TH CENTURY WHERE ALL POLICE HEADS ARE GIVEN ORDERS TO OBEY AND TO ARREST ANYONE WITHOUT FEARS AND HAS TO PLEASE THEIR MASTER. BUT SAD TO KNOW THEY NEVER REALISE ITS ALL MALAYSIAN TAX PAYERS MONEY WHICH ARE PAYING THEIR SALARIES.
    WE THE RAYKAT WANTS THEM CHANGE THEIR SELFISH ACTS FAST BEFORE THE TAX PAYERS MONEY MALAYSIAN GONE DOWN TO THE DRAIN.
    NOW WE CALL ON OUR NEW PM TO HAVE REFRESH COURSES TO TRAINED THEM TO SERVE THE VOTERS OF 21ST CENTURY REQUIREMENTS AND MALAYSIAN THEIR RIGHTS.
    BARSIAN NATIONAL WAS GIVEN A WARNING SIGN TO IMPROVE ALL VOTERS RIGHTS AND NOT ACTING FOOLISHLY WITHOUT THINKING BARISAN NATIONAL DANGER OF BEING THROWN OUT IN THE NEXT ELECTION .
    I AM A STANCH SUPPORTERS OF BN SINCE I STARTED TO VOTES BUT I DO NOT WANT TO SEE BN GONE WHICH WAS CAUSES BY ALL USELESS FEDERAL GOVT OFFICIAL PROTECTING OUR SAFETY,RUNNING DAILY ON OUR NEEDS AND SPENDING WISELY AND BE SIMPLE LIKE OUR EX-MB OF SELANGOR.

  7. lancekorp says:

    Malaysian Police Turned into Nazi Gestapo Police
    http://malaysianunplug.blogspot.com/2009/03/malaysian-police-turned-into-nazi.html

    Or…mebbe…SB wants kerismuddin to be sacked. umno is in big trouble within itself, alredi 1,000 members left to join pkr in kangar.

  8. MyDeskBlog says:

    Bloody hell. Watch what happened here …

  9. lancekorp says:

    Soon only members of umno will be pdrm and then IGP will be PM

  10. justme says:

    Looks like mata2 can be so much more menacing than Mat Rempits. Its pure intimidation, harassment, discrimination of the highest order.

  11. monsterball says:

    Every action have a reaction.
    All these uncalled for bad action of the police will have a reaction from People’s Power with their votes.
    No freedom of speeches…no freedom of expressions….one sided news in papers and TV.
    What is the government protecting and is afraid of?
    Certainly not the country and Malaysians?
    They are afraid the working class Malaysians will learn more and more the daily affairs of an unjust…unfair government.
    The government gives Malaysians.. no choice….but to express their unhappiness on any unfair and unjust issue.. in the streets.
    Take to the streets to protest is a very powerful live expression.
    Daily actions by police are clear signs….UMNO is afraid…….very afraid.
    Police spend more time catching and arresting innocent Malaysians the real crooks in the streets.
    Certainly…IGP is showing to be a UMNO political head and not the head to defend the people and the country.
    Others take orders from him.
    But I view this incident……..more voters will vote and chuck UMNO out.

  12. LIGHT TO FIGHT FRIGHT

    Those who like darkness can’t even stand candle light
    For fear they’ll be shown to all what they are really like
    Yet we all need God’s light to live life that’s truly bright
    With His light and love we pray will drive away all fright

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 200509
    http://MotivationInMotion,blogspot.com
    Wed. 20th May 2009.

  13. Joshua says:

    M.A.D Head of the Head Hunters!

    WATCH THE KEPALA AND KAKITANGAN IN ACTION

    http://takenotetakeheart.blogspot.com/2009/05/1blackmalaysia-mad-head-of-head-hunters.html

  14. thepplway says:

    very bad !

  15. Ig-no-ram-US says:

    ‘Siapa dia (Hindraf) nak bagi-bagi amaran’

    KUALA LUMPUR 18 Mei – Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Musa Hassan mempersoalkan tindakan pertubuhan haram Hindraf mengugut akan menganjurkan protes jalanan bulan depan sekiranya larangan terhadap P. Uthayakumar untuk bertemu Lembaga Penasihat Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) tidak ditarik balik.

    ‘‘Siapa dia (Hindraf) nak bagi-bagi amaran,’’ katanya ketika dihubungi Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

  16. Gadfly says:

    Hubris syndrome is a form of acquired personality disorder: “a disorder of the possession of power, particularly power which has been associated with overwhelming success, held for a period of years and with minimal constraints on the leader.”

    Symptoms: lost contact with reality, inability to listen and comtempt for others.

  17. wits0 says:

    Hubris syndrome – no doubt the virus was acquired from the Ayrab type sources.

  18. eeyaw says:

    Susan,
    Maybe you should start a campaign to refuse to pay taxes until the PDRM is responsive to the Rakyat not the Government of the day.

  19. veryupset says:

    Again the police “acted” so fast…! It’s like as if they’ve got “nothing” better to do than to watch over these Opposition parties…!!!

    What about Shalini’s case & all the other missing children…??? Kugan’s case…????
    And more………………………..!!!!

    Where’s the follow up, IGP….??????????

    Why are you treating the rakyat like your “enemies”…???
    Under whose orders…???
    What’s that useless Home Minister of “ours” doing….???????

    “Who have you swore to protect…????”

    Mr. IGP…..,
    When you put up your “right hand” & swore on your policeman “code”.., did you know “why & what” you swear upon…..???????????

    Have you not gone to any of these blogs & comments made about our “unhappiness” with the police force……….?????

    Or you are just busy “fartting” with your “Big Bosses”…….??????

  20. apapunboleh says:

    The PDRM is paid to do what they do best, arresting peaceful protesters! What else are they good at? Oh yeah, besides being corrrupted and killing prisoners. They are the best.

  21. hahaha! says:

    Mogolian C4 1Malaysia does not include females in this country, because if they ‘step out of line’ they have the blue uniform baboons to deal with them!
    IGP, you are all your baboons don’t forget your salaries are from the taxpayers…you will one day make accountable for all your UMNO balls lifting activities.

  22. ktteokt says:

    Law of the jungle reigns in Malaysia! And PDRM is nothing else more than a gang of SAKAIS!

  23. bee yong says:

    I thought condo’s area is a private property. You mean we can’t hold a private function in a private area, like a pool-side party in a condo?.
    Next, they will arrest people inside their own house for holding a vigil or a private function. 2020 a developed nation?….bullshit.

  24. wandererAUS says:

    Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, the Barisan Nasional State Executive Counsillor of Perak said that they will soon be releasing DVD’s of the May 7 state assembly sitting.
    _______________________________

    Let us see whether these blue uniform baboons will be equally efficient to round up these MCA beggars for wanting to do what DAP did.
    We are watching IGP, not even you is above the law.. and, do things at your whimp and fancy…dig pariah!

  25. rakyatmalaysia says:

    PR should form a postmortem team to re-visit all the power abuse starts now. rakyat would really like to see justice being carried out.

  26. Ig-no-ram-US says:

    “We are watching IGP”,…at your whimp and fancy…dig pariah!-wandererAUS

    IGP no understanding engrish. He think “whip and pansy”

  27. Ig-no-ram-US says:

    “PR should form a postmortem team to re-visit all the power abuse starts now. rakyat would really like to see justice being carried out.”

    Yeah yeah yeah.
    Find the IGP, AG “GUILTY” of gross abuses and peromise that these monkeys will be sent to prison once PR forms the Govt. The 2 monkees can always appeal later.

  28. Leong Yook Kong says:

    The Head Hunters is at work again. Any lawyer arrested by the Head Hunters? I bet, NO, this time. The Head Hunters will be very cautious. Before the Head Hunters arrests, he will ask “Are you a lawyer”.

  29. kittykat46 says:

    The police have been “unleashed” to go after the political opposition, even as Najis pretends dunno.

    This is their new strategy. Syed Al-Blur was hammered for his buffoonery in defending clumsy PDRM actions, so now the political leadership playbook is “we don’t give the police orders”.

    Maybe the IGP is being prepared to be hung out to dry. He was appointed by Dollah, and Najis is going to bring in his own man.
    There are several 2nd and 3rd level goons who have already been cultivating links to Najis for quite some time.

    The truth is, if ever an independent inquiry is conducted into the senior leadership of the PDRM, easily 60 – 80% of them 3 or 4 levels down would be guilty of everything from corruption, abuse of power, politically driven investigation and persecution, etc. etc.

    If we really want a clean police force, the whole senior leadership would have to be fired, without pension.

  30. nikmj says:

    M’sia becoming a police state nowadays as gathering in our own property peacefully also being considered as illegal !!!

    http://nmjnh.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/salahkah-berkumpul-ditanah-sendiri/

  31. Anonymous says:

    If the present PeeM of Malaysia can be implicated in Murder and Corruption and get away with then that is how good the Present UMNO controlled BN Government could be in terms of oppressing of the Rakyats, by using the Police Force as their tools of Oppressions of the Corrupted Government, in all walks of Malaysian lives. The only solution is to throw them, the corrupted UMNO Government, all out in the next by-elections and the next GE13 and find a replacement Government in Pakatan Rakyat. The cowardice UMNO has now chickened out by not daring to contest the Penanti Seat in Penang that shows that UMNO is a coward and led by cowardice PeeM who did not have the support of the Rakyats of Malaysia but whose Premiership is not earned but forced upon the Rakyats of Malaysia by the corrupted UMNO.

  32. chinlwu says:

    To IGP and OCPD of Brickfields

    Come on IGP, take a drive around all the housing estates. It is like during the time of EMERGENCY catching communists, roads are barricaded and security checkpoints everywhere. There must be a better use of manpower in PDRM. Some oversea vistors, would ask, is Malaysia at war or facing terrorists problem ?

    What is happening to our Police Force ? Your OCPD from Brickfields can deployed 30 to 40 personnel to arrest 11 peaceful citizen conducting a candle light vigil, while behind the backlanes of Brickfields drugs pushers, addicts and muggers are waiting to pounce on an innocent housewives and ladies.

    The police personnel are abusing their authority and intimating the citizen. The OCPD behaved like a ” barbarian and uncivilised baboon “, shouting on top of his voice.

    Hey !, tell your OCPD, loud voice don’t frighten people anymore. The OCPD was putting a ” Oscar winning act ” while arresting the 4 young sweet lawyers infront of Brickfields Police Station on 7th May 2009 night. You can watch the video, did you see any fright in the face of the 4 sweet young lady lawyers. No, No; there were really ” cool “. The video will be seen all over the world and for many years to come.

    In fact, it put you, IGP and the PDRM to shame, the OCPD was behaving like a ” madman” running amok. The ladies’ bahaviour was trully impeccable. Ingat tuan ” OCPD tak malu kah “, they are just young lawyers doing their job.

    Tuan, you should resign as IGP honourably. The citizens in Malaysia, living in thousands of housing estates all over Malaysia are living in fear, we longer trust the Police. Your OCPDs and PDRM in general have failed you. It no shame to admit PDRM has failed the people. Let the Home Minister get another IGP.

    Remember the days when you were a small kid, your mother might had say ” jika you tak dengar saya cakap, nanti saya akan panggil polis “, most times it frightened you. Now days, even in villages and kampongs if you used this tactic, the kid will laugh, ha ! ha!

    Do you know, Tuan the citizen has so little faith in the PDRM, ” no point making police report , don’t waste time, the Police can do nothing ”
    .
    It was really sad that two pregnant ladies died being victims of snatch thieves. 4 lives were lost, catching the culprits after the event cannot back the 4 lives. You should tell all your OCPDs spent their time preventing loss of lives than arresting peaceful candle light vigil.

  33. Cee Kay says:

    After reading your blog,I feel that wearing black is illegal. Am I right pdrm? What shall we chinese do when we are to mourn to our beloved who has just pass away? Since black is illegal. Omg what has come into this country? Can’t imagine what will come next. I won’t be surprise the word Mongolia and Atantuya shall be banned in boleh land if this is to carry on.Our pm is making history every now and then.Is this 1malaysia is all about?

  34. johnnyuma says:

    The police are now enemies of ALL pakatan members.

  35. Now people understand why they have 90% Malays in the police force and the reason why they are sooooo ‘efficient’ in their discharge of their duty.
    If the CJ, the IGP and the AG are still around sack them and send them to an uninhabited island off Kelantan or Trengganu for the rest of their lives.
    They can live with all the corrupted goons for the rest of their lives there !

  36. Pegasus says:

    Its simply amazing!!!,What PDRM can do in Malaysia, crime rate is breaking through the roof and the police is arresting peaceful citizens carrying candles! …The police certainly has got their priorites wrong…but you can’t blame the whole force when you have IGP who doesn’t know what he is doing or supposed to do. This guy has lost his direction and seem to be in blindfold.What a pity , Malaysian has to endure all this..The police instead of protecting the Rakyat are going against them and seem to be working for Umno/BN regime.

  37. najispiders says:

    MALAYSIA
    THE ONLY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD YOU CAN BE JAILED FOR WEARING BLACK AND LIGHTING CANDLES

  38. For all Malaysians says:

    The people of Malaysia have long lost their trust and respect for the police PDRM long time ago (there are still some good cops in PDRM) sorry state of affair cos PDRM always don’t get their priorities right with their negative attitude towards dealing with the general public and the people at large. Have to amend their ways and methods to serve all Malaysians efficiently and fairly according to the laws of the nation and we all Malaysians will give the fullest support to PDRM to make the country a better to live in. Fair enough for all of us to work together to serve all Malaysians.

  39. rafraf says:

    No arrests here

    SHAH ALAM: Angry parents gathered at a gas station in Bukit Kemuning on Wednesday to protest against an alleged gas leak that resulted in their children being rushed to hospital on Tuesday.

    In the mishap 70 students, three teachers and a cleaner from SRK (T) Ladang Emerald suffered breathing difficulties after inhaling fumes from the nearby Petronas station that regulated and transferred gas flow to industrial and residential areas in the Klang Valley.

    The alleged leak is believed to have happened when maintenance work was being carried out by a Petronas team.

    Coalition of Malaysian Indian NGOs secretary Gunaraj George, who was at the gas station on Wednesday, said it was alarming that such an incident could happen.

    “We are now very frightened as we may be dealing with a potential time bomb.

  40. rider says:

    Heh.. heh! Be happy. We have one IGP who is hell bent on turning over the govt into opposition hands as soon as possible!!
    The mentally challenged clown is too overwhelmed by orders from the top to do their dirty jobs and it’s pissing him off. Incapacitated by their genetical heritage (peculiar to this country) of a state of irrational mental block, the police run amok just like their boss, the poor coots!!
    The IGP badly wants somebody with a sound mind to take over his position!

  41. emptyman says:

    “Apa salahnya mencuba nasib. Saya dengar ada orang kena nombor ekor hingga ratusan ribu ringgit apabila mengusap kertas nombor ekor atau wang digunakan untuk membeli nombor ekor kepada badan babi itu,” kata seorang daripada mereka sebelum beredar.

    http://www.hmetro.com.my/Thursday/BeritaUtama/20090514075646/Article/index_html

  42. pasarmalam says:

    PETALING JAYA, 21 May 2009: Pakatan Rakyat (PR)’s Perak assemblypersons will be taking turns to go on hunger strike starting 25 May until the state assembly is dissolved, Chinese news portal Merdeka Review reported today.

    Sivakumar Embattled Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin and Speaker V Sivakumar, both from PR, would be launching the “Mogok Lapar Bubar DUN” at the Perak DAP headquarters at 11am on 25 May.

  43. […] Police in a frenzy again, arrests MPs! Teresa Kok, sue ‘em police, please! Indeed, it is a nightmare under Najib’s 1MALAYSIA rule. Intolerancy […] […]

  44. selenato says:

    Interesting Read! Very detailed blog.
    Thanks for sharing

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