Monday, 11 January 2010

Media Statement



RPK Speaks His Mind - The Price of the Cause



Don't Worry - It Never Happened!!

By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 11 — Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Ismail Omar has denied that a Sidang Injil Borneo (SIB) church in Seremban was attacked today.

The SIB church in Negri Sembilan’s capital was attacked today with a firebomb, leaving scorch marks on its front doors.

The doors of the SIB church in Seremban show signs of scorching.

The attack did not affect the church interior and was believed to have occurred early this morning.

“What I know is that it did not happen. Where did you get this information from? That is what I want to know. You must double check,” Ismail told reporters after attending a briefing for foreign diplomats on the current situation in the country.

Rasah member of Parliament, Loke Siew Fook visited the church soon after the attack and confirmed the incident.

“The worship hall was not affected, the attack only affected the front door,” Loke told The Malaysian Insider.

Meanwhile, Negri Sembilan police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said a report has been lodged over the incident, but refused to provide any details.

Ismail gave his assurance that the police will continue to monitor the situation to ensure national security.

Highway Robbers in Uniform?

The following is the latest post from YB Mike (Kapar - P.109).
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Trigger Happy Cops attack public again and this time they shoot a lorry driver for not giving money demanded by them.


S. Munisvaran, 25 a lorry driver whom regularly drives from Karak to Westport delivering goods for export was beaten and shoot on his lap by a traffic police officer somewhere near STAR CRUISE Terminal junction after he failed to give RM200.00 demand by the officer.

While resting at near Kemuning Toll (KESAS Expressway) at about 2.30am, Munisvaran was awaked by a Traffic Police Officer whom demanded his identity card and driving license. Upon , inspecting the vehicle the officer found the rear door wasn’t properly closed. Though the lorry was idle, the officer demanded RM 200.00 for not issuing any summons though Munisvaran requested him to issue summon since he has less then RM50.00 with him then. The officer only returned Munisvaran’s identity card while confiscate his driving license.


The Traffic Police office followed Munisvaran and his assistant whom drive to towards Westport. He was punched on his stomach and beaten when stopped near Star Cruise Terminal junction (few kilometres before reaching Westport). A few minutes later the officer pulled out his gun and shoot him on his left lap, where the bullet pass through (A Close Rank Shoot).

Despite being injured, Munisvaran drove to Pandamaran Police Station to launch a report where he was arrested without any treatment for about 3 hours. Some few hours later police also arrested Munisvaran’s assistant N Antharajah, 22 from his work place.

Why do police arrest Munisvaran and his assistant? The reason given, is that Munisvaran pull out the gun from police officer and shoot himself. Creative answer, probably the officers might taught Malaysian love to hear Masala drama story. Still, why detainee Munisvaran even if he shoot himself and where about his assistant not known.


I met his father R. Salapathirao at Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital, Klang whom rushed from Karak upon hearing his son was shoot and arrested. Upon checking the family background I’m convinced that Munisvaran was brought up in good manner and without any prior criminal record.

And, I have all the reason to believe Trigger Happy Cop all out to Kill Indians as long as they just find a simple reason. A Criminal by name of S Munisvaran was Official created by POLICE today for not having RM200.00 on his wallet. Thank Good Munisvaran escape alive if not another KUGAN ANANTHAN….

I hereby demand Inspector General of Police (IGP) to fully accept responsibility and answer why Munisvaran and Antharajah was arrested. He also must immediate answer why police didn’t arrest their colleague whom demanded bribe and why Munisvaran was shoot.

Tomorrow, R Salapathirao will launch a police report against Office that demanded bribe , shooting hazardously , and to demand his son’s immediate release.

Meanwhile myself and my lawyer will submit a Memorandum to Bukit Aman Police Headquarters to demand full investigation without any attempt of cover up and call police to sack the police officer involve in the mishap while demand action against those involve to coverup.