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Breaking News by Malaysiakini: Anwar was arrested

When he was arrested a decade ago-

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was arrested by the police just outside his home in Bukit Segambut, Kuala Lumpur, at 12.55pm today.

The de facto PKR leader was on his way back to his house after being questioned by the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA).

 A team of police officers were waiting, according to lawyer R Sivarasa.

Anwar was driven away in a 4WD vehicle with tinted windows, escorted by a convoy of 15 patrol cars. They arrived at Kuala Lumpur police headquarters at 1.11pm.

It is believed that members of a special team from the serious crime division – sporting balaclavas and leather jackets – were also involved in the operation.  

What going to happen next?

Meanwhile, Anwar’s wife and PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail confirmed the arrest.

She told reporters in parliament that she had received a call from Anwar and that he had complained of rough treatment by the arresting officers.

Whoever punch Anwars face this time, will be next chief of Police…

Good luck Malaysia! Peoples eyes on you!!! Do not forget it.

And most important do not blame rakyat if there is demonstrations in near future.

Police should handle this matter in a tolerate manner maybe…

Last time whwn reformasi taking place, the flow of information is not very good. But now, information flowing at a high level through Internet…

So, to those who think that you still can fool around, beware… It wont take long time to throw you away!

Rakyat Rules

 

Source: Malaysiakini

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Malaysiakini: Will Anwar arrested Tomorrow?

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim could be arrested when he goes to the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters tomorrow to have his statement recorded on the sodomy allegation against him.

This was revealed in a letter from investigating officer DSP Jude Pereira which Sankara Nair (Anwars, Lawyer) received at about 1pm.

The lawyer added that based on his conversation with Pereira, “Anwar is a suspect and may be arrested tomorrow.” [See full letter below]

PKR has warned that its supporters would hold mass demonstrations if Anwar is taken into custody.

“It is surprising that they have resorted to such actions. If they arrest Anwar, we will have no choice but to take to the streets,” said party information chief Tian Chua.

Massive demonstrations erupted after Anwar’s arrest on sodomy and corruption charges a decade ago, in a reformasi movement that continues to reverberate in Malaysian politics to this day.

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Don’t Ignore “duit kopi” corruption… Catch the small fishes first…

Transparency and accountability is what we need now… despite of cost cutting plans, our dearest prime minister should take a look on Malaysia’s Corruption Index.

“Grand corruption is misleading (us into thinking that small corruption is non-existant). There are big fishes but there are many small fishes too,” said Transparency International Malaysia president Ramon V Navaratnam. (As quoted in Malaysiakini)

Most Corrupt Agencies in Malaysia (“1.0” is ‘least corrupt’ and “5” is ‘most corrupt’)

1. Malaysia’s Police Force – 3.8/5

2. Registry and Permits – 3.1/5

3. Judiciary – 2.8/5

4. Tax Office – 2.5/5

5. Media – 2.4/5

6. Education System – 2.2/5

7. NGOs – 2.2/5

8. Medical Services – 2.1/5

“The people are affected when we get poor health service, poor education because of corruption and greed. We pay 10, 20, 30 percent more because of negotiated contracts,” added Navaratnam. (As quoted in Malaysiakini)

 

(Source: Malaysiakini)

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Cop admits Tian could not have breached police cordon

 
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Chief Inspector Sazali Ahmad told the Kuala Lumpur magistrate’s court today PKR information chief Tian Chua could not have entered Parliament compound to participate in a planned gathering on Dec 11 last year.

During cross-examination by Chua’s counsel Ranjit Singh, Sazali agreed that the accused could not have proceeded to Parliament because the car he was traveling was blocked.

Ranjit had suggested that the accused could not have gone to the Parliament compounds because reporters and police personnel had surrounded the car.

He also suggested that Sazali was armed and that there were further roadblocks and police personnel near the entrance to Parliament.

Chua was arrested on a bridge near the Parliament house en route to joining a Bersih delegation who attempted to hand a memorandum condemning amendments to the federal constitution.

A court order issued by the Kuala Lumpur Magistrate Court a day before the planned gathering had barred people from attending the gathering.

Did not enter restricted area

bersih parliament police blockade memo 111207 tian chua hauledChua, who has since been voted in as Batu MP in the last general election, is charged with intentionally causing injury to a police personnel on duty under Section 32 of the Penal Code. If found guilty, he can be fined, jailed up to three years or both.

Earlier, Ranjit had asked Sazali to define his interpretation of the restricted area as mentioned in the court order.

Upon further questioning by Ranjit, Sazali agreed that the accused was arrested outside the restricted area.

The court then postponed the matter indefinitely after one and a half hours of hearing today. A new date had yet to be fixed.

The case is heard before magistrate Tasnim Abu Bakar.

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Grand Saga: Police Power vs Peoples Power

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