Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Gombak: Seorang wanita sarat mengandung dipercayai menjadi mangsa seks luar tabii suaminya berjaya menyelamatkan diri, Ahad lalu.
Dalam kejadian jam 10.30 malam itu, wanita malang berusia 26 tahun dikatakan sudah tidak tahan menjadi mangsa nafsu suaminya apabila lelaki berusia 34 tahun itu memaksa mangsa bersetubuh dengan seorang lelaki warga Bangladesh dikenali sebagai Nizam di kediaman mereka di Kepong, di sini.
Difahamkan, wanita terbabit berjaya melarikan diri selepas dipercayai dipaksa suaminya sebanyak tiga kali untuk mengadakan hubungan seks dengan Nizam sejak tiga bulan lalu sebelum membuat laporan polis.
Sementara itu, Ketua Polis Daerah Gombak Asisten Ali Ahmad berkata, lelaki warga Bangladesh berusia 26 tahun bersama suami mangsa telah ditahan di dua lokasi berasingan semalam.
Beliau berkata, kedua-dua suspek direman selama tujuh hari untuk membantu siasatan dan kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 376 Kanun Keseksaan.
- TMIBacktracking from his earlier comment that non-Muslims were becoming increasingly arrogant, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today that the majority of the group were in fact moderates who are respectful of other races.
hebat MB hangpa... buat pengubahsuaian kediaman sahaja bernilai RM1.4 juta. Manakala untuk bahagian landskap (luaran) kosnya adalah sebanyak RM2.9 juta.
Bermakna jumlah keseluruhannya RM4.3 juta, jumlah yang cukup untuk membina sebanyak 215 unit rumah kos rendah yang bernilai RM20,000 sebuah....
Tu pun jangan nah YAHANANA lagi dengan depa.....!!!
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2, 2014:
Without the formation of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) and with the Sedition Act not yet abolished, Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar questioned Malaysia’s brand of justice.
“Is Umno-BN only going to be satisfied when all criticisms are stifled, when all elected leaders are either silenced or jailed, or worse?” asked Nurul Izzah in a statement released today.
She said it was clear that the government must begin work to set up the IPCMC as denying the need to initiate fundamental reforms would only end up trailblazing the pathway towards despotism.
Nurul Izzah pointed out that Malaysia had spent millions on various Royal Commissions of Inquiry (RCI).
This, she said, included Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah’s Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal Malaysian Police in 2004.
Quoting a Bernama report, Nurul Izzah said the IPCMC if established would receive and investigate complaints about the police force and its personnel, prevent, detect and investigate corruption and other serious misconduct in the force.
She said it would also propose measures to the Home Minister to improve police integrity, reduce misconduct and build public confidence in the police force.
“There is absolutely no excuse why the government shouldn’t implement the IPCMC as well ensure that the Prime Minister fulfils his promise to abolish the Sedition Act.
“When all dissenters are silenced, and all criticism muted, the only voice that will reign supreme is that of despots and their Perkasa-like supporters, as well as that of the current IGP,” she said.
She added that her criticisms of the IGP were not limited to just those comments.
She brought up a previous case involving Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, who had been the Selangor Police Chief when 14-year-old Aminulrashid Amzah was shot and killed by a policeman.
“Khalid has on record defended the policeman who murdered Aminulrasyid in cold blood, by calling the Form 2 boy a criminal.
“Instead of demotion, Khalid has been promoted as our Inspector General of Police.”
She said the conviction of Corporal Jenain Subi, responsible for Aminulrasyid’s death was overturned in 2012 — and the IPCMC was nowhere in sight.
“Is this the brand of justice that Malaysia is promoting?” asked Nurul Izzah, who had pointed out that 231 custodial deaths were recorded in Malaysia’s jails since 2000.
In briefly mentioning the Sedition Act, Nurul Izzah said it was being used to quash dissent.
“Today, persecutions using the archaic and draconian Sedition Act against Opposition leaders, academics and anyone who Khalid finds offensive continues,” said Nurul Izzah. -therakyatpost
WELLINGTON: Malaysian cab driver Ganesh Paramanathan who suffered racial abuse at the hands of a policewoman, told the court what transpired on Nov 3 at Queesntown, New Zealand last year.
According to stuff.co.nz, Ganesh said policewoman Jeanette May McNee, 44, told him, “F… off to India, you come here and get all the Kiwi jobs. Eat your curry. This is a Kiwi job.”
The incident took place in Rere Road, Lake Hayes Estate, after Ganesh picked up a group of six people from central Queenstown and drove to drop-off points in Quail Rise and Lake Hayes Estate.
Ganesh said, “She was pointing her finger towards my face and I pointed back at her and said, ‘Don’t be abusive and racist, I am only doing my job as a taxi driver.’
According to Ganesh, his reply got her even more riled up, and he claimed she said, “Don’t point your fingers at me.”
McNee is then alleged by Ganesh to have grabbed his left wrist, squeezing and twisting it.
When Ganesh told her not to touch him, warning he would call police, the cab driver told the court, “She got very aggressive, she held the door open and said, ‘I am the police’.”
McNee was found guilty on one charge of offensive language stemming from the incident.