Sure I read the story about Raja Petra’s son (here). Sure, many are doubtful that the story is even true.
I, too, have my questions, let’s put those aside.
All I can say is the police and the courts are really efficient when it comes to Raja Petra son’s crimes. I salute them. Hope they can be as efficient when it comes to other crimes, too.
I wonder, when it comes to big and internationally acclaimed crimes like murder by military/c4 explosives, we still do not yet know WHY the hell did those two cops blow up Altantuya, when they didnt even know her.
Nobody could tell us WHY are the then DPM Najib Tun Razak’s bodyguards involved in a love/domestic/sex affair(as we are told to believe) that they have to blow up the poor woman and leave her two sons orphaned?
Are these kind of tasks (like blowing up jilted girlfriends of political analysts close to high ranking officials) part of the cops/VIP bodyguards’ job?
Are they being paid an extra allowance for it?
If the answer is “no” and they do it for “free”, then I say that the cops are a frenzy lot.
When it comes to petty crimes, wow, they are excellant, they are fast.
When it comes to arresting protestors wearing BLACK, wow, cepat-nya! So speedy!
[Take note, RPK’s boy was also arrested on May 6, same day the BLACK T-shirt wearers like Wong Chin Huat and others were nabbed].
Okay, don’t talk about fairytale crimes, and those that can make it to books and big screens. What about missing kids? None of them are found until now.
And here they go to town with Raja Petra’s son and his misdemenours, worth what? 17,oooRM or a bit more.
When it comes to billions of ringgit, like the “commission” sum of a certain submarine, where’s the news?
Well done to the police force in being able to nab Raja Petra’s son. A crime is a crime. He gets what he deserves, if he has done all those. And according to news reports, the guy admitted it.
No wonder lah,can charge so fast.
All I ask is he gets a fair trial. Hey, why is he unrepresented? Where are the lawyers?
I believe he will get a fair trial, though, for I do not think Raja Petra can fix the courts or police.
You all know what I mean (wink, wink).