Kumpulan Geng 04 menunjukkan keangkuhan dan kurang ajar mereka terhadap pihak berkuasa keselamatan.
Mereka gunakan ahli politik untuk bela penjenayah:
Published: Tuesday August 20, 2013 MYT 3:50:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday August 20, 2013 MYT 4:00:13 PM
Hindraf, Karpal want inquest into shooting of five alleged gangsters
BY K. SUTHAKAR & CHRISTOPHER TAN
GEORGE TOWN: Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy and DAP national chairman Karpal Singh have urged Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail to call for an inquest into the shooting of five people in Penang.
|Waytha Moorthyadalah pemimpin Hindraf dan penipu duit rakyat India yang disokong GANGSTER|
Waytha Moorthy, who is Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, said he had seen photographs of the shooting and found that they were shot at close range.
“I don’t think anyone with the right frame of mind will believe that there was an actual shoot out between the police and the suspects,” he said in a statement on Tuesday.
Waytha Moorthy said he saw no reason why the police could not arrest the suspects and bring them to justice.
|Peguam yang menjadi terkenal kerana menang dan lepaskan pengedar dadah antarabangsa|
Meanwhile, Karpal, who is Bukit Gelugor MP, said he believed the police had acted “overzealously”.
“Since all of them were in an apartment, there was no need for the police to rush in and shoot them dead.
"They could have waited for them to come out and then take the necessary action including arresting them.
“The action of the police may well constitute an offence. There are other ways of going about it,” he said.
Karpal said although there has been an increase in crime cases and there was a need to stem the crime rate, there was no necessity for the police to act in the manner they did.
On Monday, police shot dead five people who were believed be 04 gang members in a service apartment in Sungai Nibong.
Turut sama bercakap adalah Ketua Pemuda MIC yang nampaknya senada dengan Waytha Moorthy. Tidak tolak kemungkinan dia mencari publisitid an sokongan murah sebagai persediaan untuk pemilihan MIC:
The Malaysian Insider melaporkan:
BY LEE SHI-IAN
August 20, 2013
Deputy Minister P. Waythamoorthy has raised questions about the shooting of five Indian gangsters in Penang. He believes the police executed them.
His comments are likely to put pressure on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak who was criticised heavily by Umno politicians for appointing Waythamoorthy to the administration.
|Ketua Pemuda MIC, T MOHAN senada dengan Waytha Moorth|
MIC Youth chief T. Mohan did so too, saying it would further weaken Indian support for the government.
Waythamoorthy, who is also Hindraf chairperson, said that in the past few years many Indian youths had been shot dead by police who were not able to justify the killings.
The Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department acknowledged that the crime situation in Malaysia was serious and police were responsible for keeping the peace.
"However, shooting suspects dead is not the way to go about maintaining internal security and public order," Waythamoorthy said, calling for an inquest into the deaths of the five youths.
"The Attorney-General should call for an inquest immediately while the evidence is still fresh. The inquest would also dispel the mistrust surrounding the police on probing their own alleged misconduct," he said.
In questioning the way the five were killed in the shootout, Waythamoorthy said, "Photos of their injuries suggest that the five suspected Gang 04 members had been shot at point-blank range.
"Nobody in their right frame of mind would believe that the five had been killed in a shootout if they saw the photographs.
"It has been a standard answer of the police that they were forced to defend themselves after being shot at.
"But the injuries on the suspects don't fit the description of a shootout. They give the impression that they had been shot at point-blank range."
Waythamoorthy also expressed his bafflement that the nation's top cop concluded that the five men had been involved in 10 murders and two attempted murder cases.
Police recovered three weapons from the suspects and several rounds of ammunition after the shootout.
"How were the ballistics tests carried out so fast? Even if it was possible, how could the firearms be linked to 10 previous murder cases so quickly?" Waythamoorthy wondered.
He said the public was no longer easily misled by the standard answers given by the police every time they killed criminals.
Waythamoorthy said if it was true that police had been observing the five suspects for some time, there was no reason why they couldn't have been arrested instead of being shot dead.
The suspects' families have complained about their deaths and alleged that they had been shot like “animals”, according to Malaysiakini. – August 20, 2013.
Hujah Waytha Moorthy juga diguna sebelum ini oleh RSN Rayer ketika keluarga penjenayah terbunuh membuat laporan polis. Kini Rayr sudah mula main wayang Tamil dalam NST....
21 August 2013| last updated at 02:20PM
Lawyer receives bullet threat for helping Gang 04 families
By Looi Sue-Chern | firstname.lastname@example.org
GEORGE TOWN: A lawyer, who assisted the families of the five alleged Gang 04 members shot dead by police earlier this week, received five live bullets at his home this morning.
|RSN Rayer macam dipaksa bantu oleh Gang 04 tapi terpaksa berlakun untuk selamatkan imej politiknya|
S.N. Rayer, who is also Seri Delima assemblyman, said the bullets delivered in a clear plastic packet was found under his front porch by his 11-year-old nephew at about 7.50am.
"He gave the packet to my father (J.R. Rajaji, 77) who immediately informed me about it. "We just left it on the shoe rack, called the police and lodged a report ... I did not even want to touch it," said the 42-year-old lawyer, who has handled many criminal cases in his career.
He said apart from he and his father, his wife and two children were also home when the package turned up at his house in Island Park here.
Rayer, when met by reporters for comments outside a George Town Sessions Court later in the morning, initially declined to comment on the incident, saying that the police was now investigating the matter.
The police, he said, had gone to his house to gather evidence, including looking at closed circuit television (CCTV) recordings.
When pressed further, the lawyer, who was visibly a little shaken, said he did not want to speculate whether the incident had to do with him assisting the families.
"Acting as an assemblyman, I helped them when they claimed the bodies and to lodge police reports. That was all," he said, adding if the families still wanted his help after this, he would offer them legal assistance.
Rayer said the unpleasant episode had frightened his family and everyone at home was worried, especially his elderly father.
When asked if he had also received death threats previously, he said he got one but it was 10 years ago.
It was reported yesterday that Rayer aided the families when they lodged reports at the Northeast district police headquarters.
He also reportedly urged Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and Penang police chief Datuk Abdul Rahman Hanafi to provide more evidence that the five alleged Gang 04 members had underworld links and were involved in the recent shooting cases in the country.
Kami percaya Naib President PKR, N Surendran yang tiba-tiba muncul dilantik Naib Presiden PKR ada membuat komen yang sama dengan RSN Rayer, Karpal Singh, Waythamoorthy dan T Mohan.
|Peguam yang tiba-tiba muncul jadi Naib presiden PKR. Adakah dia dawa masuk atas connection dengan kongsi gelap India?|
Dia sering membuat fitnah dan kenyataan bodoh dalam isu-isu melibatkan penjenayah kaum India dan terutama seklai terhadap polis.
Calls for the IPCMC grow louder after Penang shooting
Calls for the setting up of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) grew louder yesterday following the Inspector-General of Police's statement that police will do what it takes to protect the public.
IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, in defending his men on the shootout in Penang on Monday where five suspected thugs were killed, had said that police did not practice the "shoot-to-kill" policy but had a duty to protect Malaysians.
"We don't care, we have a duty to carry out, and we will carry it out to ensure that Malaysians are safe," he shot back at critics who claimed that the five men were shot “execution style”.
Human rights lawyer N Surendran said such shootings must be put to an end immediately.
“This incident further strengthens the call to set up the IPCMC,” he told The Malaysian Insider today.
“The police are daring enough to do this because they know they cannot be held accountable. So, the only way to stop this is to set up the IPCMC.”
He said he was also shocked at Khalid's statement, saying it was arrogant of the IGP.
"He thinks that the police are doing this to protect the public but they are not. They are actually endangering the public,” Surendran said.
Surendran said he also saw the photographs of the dead men and claimed some were shot in the head twice while others also had six gunshot wounds.
“The shooting shows that there was no intention to take them in alive. Why was there a need to fire so many shots?
“The police also said they found three firearms. If it is true, why was there a need to shoot the other two unarmed men?
“Police said they had followed standard operating procedure (SOP). How do you expect justice?
The top police officer defends the shooting even before carrying out investigations. Has an inquiry even been carried out?” he asked.
|Peguam yang sentiasa sedia bantu penjenayah seperti penjenayah DAp dalam kes Teoh Beng Hock dan kongsi gelap yang beroperasi di Puchong sebagai rumah urut|
Meanwhile, DAP national legal bureau chairman Gobind Singh Deo said the families of the dead men deserve answers.
“No one is demanding anything extraordinary from the police at this stage. All that is sought for are answers over the manner in which police acted in this case. There should be no difficulty in responding positively to these demands,” Gobind said in a statement today.
"Is that too much to ask?”
Gobind said if Khalid was certain that his men acted strictly within the SOP, then they had nothing to fear in divulging the answers to the families.
He also reiterated his call to the Attorney-General to hold an inquiry into the shootout.
“Khalid cannot say he doesn't care. He must care. He and his men must be prepared to respond to queries if a formal inquiry is called into the matter," he said.
Gobind also told The Malaysian Insider that although there was a need for the IPCMC, an inquiry should be set up first to ascertain what happened during the shootout.
The five who were killed – J. Gobinath, 31, R. Ramesh, 27, A. Vinut, 23, M.Suresh, 25, M. Gobinath, 21 – were allegedly members of the 04 gang.
They were in an apartment in Sungai Nibong when the police party moved in. The families of the dead have lodged four police reports demanding for an inquest into their deaths.
Jawab IGP senang saja:
Cakap banyak tak guna. Jom bertempur katanya dalam NST:
Published: Thursday August 22, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Thursday August 22, 2013 MYT 8:15:31 AM
Police challenge gangs to bring it on!
By FARIK ZOLKEPLI and NICHOLAS CHENG
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have sent a clear message to gangsters challenging them – bring it on!
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said they would not tolerate any criminal group or gang trying to intimidate them.
“No criminal will win against the authorities.
“We will not allow any criminal group to intimidate or acah-acah (taunt), us,” he told a press conference after presenting certificates of appreciation to 50 good drivers in conjunction with Ops Selamat.
Commenting on acts of vandalism at the Kuala Langat police headquarters, where the words “RIP Gang 04” were sprayed on the outer wall, Khalid said police had identified the culprits.
“We have identified those responsible for the graffiti and we will take action.
“They tried to intimidate us but it will not work,” he said.
Khalid said the nationwide Ops Cantas Khas would be stepped up.
More than 5,000 people had been checked, with 783 of them arrested, since the operation started on Saturday night.
Khalid said that serious crimes had since dropped by 8% while the crime index decreased some 3.7%.
“We will improve this operation further by targeting drug traffickers.
“We will use all relevant laws to bring criminals to justice although I wish the Emergency Ordinance and the Internal Security Act were still around. But we are not law makers.”
On Tuesday’s shootout in Penang, in which five Gang 04 members were gunned down, Khalid said the police had never practised a shoot-to-kill policy.
He added that the families of the dead could take any action they wished, and the police were open to an inquest into the shootout.
Khalid said: “Crime is a living thing and we must adjust to an ever changing situation. The police will recommend whatever is necessary to ensure the safety and security of Malaysians.”
Meanwhile, Selangor acting police chief Deputy Comm Datuk A. Thaiveegan said that police would not be intimidated by such acts of vandalism which he described as kurang ajar (insolent).
“I don’t think that (the graffiti) was meant to be a threat. It’s just done by sampah masyarakat (social discards) with no respect for the law.
“If that was a challenge, that’s not the way to do it. Come meet the OCPD, say ‘I’m from 04’. If they are brave, marilah (come),” a visibly angry Thaiveegan told a press conference yesterday.
Besides the Kuala Langat police headquarters, the 04 number, religious Swastika symbol and the letters R.I.P. (rest in peace) were found sprayed at 11 locations in Banting, including a police post and a bank.
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