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Saturday, November 20, 2010

PDRM : Are they the Peacekeeper or Citizen murderer?

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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.

But the acting Selangor police chief Datuk A. Thaiveegan  defended the actions by his officers’ by describing the three suspected robbers as “seasoned criminals” who were allegedly involved in at least three armed robberies in Selangor last week.
He reiterated that the police shot the suspects in self-defence as they had allegedly rushed to attack the policemen with machetes after a car chase.
However the human rights lawyer Surendran, dismissed such claims as lies.
“This is a lie by the police,” he said.
He further added that based on the families’ observations of the bodies, Shamil, Hairul and Hanafi each sported two gunshot wounds on their heads and chests, that showed that a the shots were fired at close range, which was inconsistent (with police claims) that the shots were fired in self-defence.
The Police Make This Country Not Safe
If we look back at the high profile cases in Malaysia most of its involved the Malaysian police. From Alantuya case to Kugan  until Aminulrashid,  and the latest the shooting of the suspects criminal youths that used the machete. I doubt with the police who claimed  that the three youth were charging at them. By logic , were they brave enough to charge at the police who were equipped with the guns? They were not Kanang anak Langkau nor they were late PW2 Lenggu. They were just a 16 to 20 years old youth who were only equipped with small machete
I am agree with Surendran opinion that most of the victims were kneeling and begging to surrender to the police but the policemen brutally shot them on the forehead and chest at point blank.
Police have no right to prosecute the citizens no matter what crimes that they committed. And they are not above the law, therefore in order to instill people trust toward our police force, the offenders in this case should be charged in court.
For Peace and Freedom Malaysia!




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