A case of the police say, we say – You be the judge

(video source : Malaysiakini)

Being so violent towards the people who gathered there peacefully is bad enough.

But to tell a blatant lie is just so, so disgusting.

Ketua Polis Selangor, Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar menafikan bahawa pihak polis bertindak menyuraikan para peserta majlis memasang lilin malam tadi ketika mereka sedang menyanyikan lagu Negaraku.

The police denied charging at the group singing Negaraku.

But watch the video and be the judge.

At minutes 3:18, I believe the man in white robe standing by the roadside is Fr. Paulino Miranda? According to a commentor in Malaysia-Today, the Catholic priest from the Church of Divine Mercy, Shah Alam was in his robe. He too was detained. Well, I cannot see the logic of the detaining those people there and also FRU treating Tony Pua like what he stated on his blog :

I stated that I will walk, don’t be rough but they tore my shirt instead. I repeated my call and 3 other police officers came at me, one with the knees into my belly while another attempted to kick my shin.

And as usual, we can look forward to Syed Hamid giving us some very ‘good’ reasons for this violent treatment.

11 thoughts on “A case of the police say, we say – You be the judge

  1. Syed Hamid: Tear his shirt because his shirt got kutu!

    Maybe they will say, the people were singing something looks like negaraku, sounds like negaraku, but not negaraku~~

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  2. nowadays, they can’t simply deny what they had done. cameras evrywhere and videos will be put on the internet…ppl will know the truth eventually…


  3. Luckily it is going to be school holidays else all our children will be caught for singing ‘Negaraku’ during their school assembly…without a permit.Niamah!

  4. Tak puas hati RPK is walking with the rakyat again, so must gigit somebody’s trousers and rip Tony Pua’s shirt (becos dat DAP fler too gaya-kaya mah). Lucky Teresa Kok didn’t show until after the arrests… or there may been a public Kok-beating incident! Last week I wrote in my facebook status: “I want RPK out by Friday… and BN out by December.” Part One came true already.

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  5. It is unacceptable that police acted brutally against innocent citizens on a peaceful gathering. Ironically, the police can give excuse for their incapacity to act on the Jalan Loke Yew incident. It’s obvious that the police acted “selectively” on public gatherings, those pro-governments ones are allowed to proceed sans permit on the other hand those against government are dispersed forcefully?! We will live in fear!

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  6. Yeah! Our authorities are all liars! do not have the integrity to be truthful and honest! To me this is arrogance in the highest order! Especially syed hamid who gave ridiculous answers which to me is just pure arrogance bcos he sort of saying So what! What can you ppl do about it? Hahaha! I am glad that there is God who judges all things we do on earth!

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  7. 1# Want permit for BN gathering? Ok, nah. (KOMTAR ring a bell?)

    2# Want permit for anti-gmen gathering? Dream on. . .

    Crystal clear double standards isn’t it?

  8. Hai~~~what do you think Syed Hamid will say..He will say the police are protecting the ppl there because they feel some dogs will beat and gigit them.Luckly he din use ISA to protect ppl there.Opppsss,did I said ISA???

    Maybe the Police Force heard Negarakuku insteads of Negaraku qua….

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