Saturday, 20th Nov 2010
The latest incident of the the shooting of "the suspect criminal" by the police is not the first incident involving the Malaysian Police.
On the morning of 26 April 2010, a 14-year-old Aminulrasyid Amzah, after a short car chased in Section 11 in Shah Alam, was brutally shot by Kpl Jenain Subi, 48 years old.
According to the cop, he allegedly tried to reverse and ram the car he was driving into one of the policemen. But this was denied by his friend who was in the car with him when they were pursued by police insisted there was never a situation where they tried to ram down a policeman.
According to Azamuddin Omar, 15, he and Aminulrasyid were running away from a gang of motorcyclists when they overtook a police car.
"The police started shooting at us but they drove on be cause Aminulrasyid wanted to get home. After a bullet hit Aminul rasyid’s head, the car crashed into a wall", said Azamuddin.
Police Brutality Against Its Citizen
On early morning of 13th November 2010 three youths, Mohd Shamil Hafiz Shapiei, 15, Hairul Nizam Tuah, 20, and Mohd Hanafi Omar, 22, were shot dead by the police after a reported high-speed car chase in Glenmarie, Shah Alam. They were shot dead by the police after being suspected of robbing a petrol station.