Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Men in blue bashed youth till he was blue black and bloodied

According to Malaysiakini, the Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC) saga has resulted in a 21 year old youth, Chang Jiun Haur being bashed by police until the victim was soaked in his own blood.

20 thugs FRU policemen whacked him with batons and kicked him as well.


Malaysiakini photo

Please read Malaysiakini BMC fracas: Police beat up youth for more details and photos of the gory scene.

The news article said that "Chang and his sister and two friends were driving away from the site of the barricade about 11.30 pm, when their car was surrounded by police personnel who had earlier dealt with a fracas involving BMC residents."

"… earlier dealt with …" – we know what that would mean, don’t we? If you still don’t, please read my post Police tear gas-ed Cheras residents - enabled barriers to be erected by toll company.

I think we should stop paying taxes to support these uniformed thugs. Let their 'bosses' pay them.

Much earlier, at around 7 pm, when residents attempted, again, to remove the illegal structure, they were set on by thugs (no doubt hired for the purpose by God-knows-who). Where were the f* police then?

But I was gobsmacked flabbergasted (yes, a double whammy) when a high-ranking police officer provided the reason for the FRU brutalization of Chang. This officer who was at the scene said the young laddie had run over a FRU personnel with his car.

He asserted to Malaysiakini: "He asked for it. He ran over a policeman and he got what he deserved."

So these are the police of Malaysia who behaved like the Vigilante Corp of the early frontier days of the American West – it’s a bloody miracle that Chang wasn’t strung up on a tree or decapitated with a parang for his sins. This officer had as much admitted to thuggerism.

It’s frightening we have such low brow Neathandrals instead of lawmen, who feel that they have a right to gang bashed a citizen.

But when Malaysiakini asked the officer to identify the person who was hit by the car, he had difficulty persuading the policeman to come forward, and when one finally front up, our investigative reporter, Syed Jaymal Zahiid, said he was unscathed.

Another police officer who took Chang to the Kajang Hospital said it was all bullsh*t, that no policeman had been hit by Chang’s car or any car – a UFO perhaps but definitely not a car.

Two years ago I posted a couple of poems on our men in blue at my other blog ktemoc komposes – I though it may be appropriate to air them again – see if you can recognise the related incidents:

Siapa Raja!
Don’t ever question, ya, me,
Limpeh, arm pai, aku, Saya.
Lu tremblingly bow to Wah,
don’t ever forget siapa Raja!

Aku puan & tuan, kau hamba
but with sexy voluptuous bum;
question not my lustful grope
because I want badly to cum!

Leer, ogle, probe, slap, grope
are but my usual lustful way;
what I, thy tuan choose to do,
you just have no f**king say!

Kau boleh protest, plead, cry.
They but fall on wax-filled ears
of your selected wakil raykat
for 5 more f**king long years.


If you can't remember the incident above, please read Police - Naked Squatting then, Groping Buttocks now!

And the following one which I am sure, we are more familiar with:

Proudly Beneath Sang Saka Biru
yes, down, up, down, up, down
and hang on to both your ears,
do continue till something falls
out, but not counting your tears

wriggle your bare hips gently
and swing your breasts to & fro,
then turn around for the
video
remember to smile & say hello

we are nothing less than the law,
so don't fret or blush my li'l dear,
it's
our tradition that you be nude
we want to know when all's clear

we are here to serve and protect
proudly beneath
Sang Saka Biru,
yes, we serve our own interests
and
protect our own people too

We aren't even safe from our police - please read Most Dangerous Place in Malaysia!

Postscript - read the following comments in Malaysiakini Vox Populi

Fed-up: It has become clear as day why the police involved in the Cheras blockade took such obvious side with Grand Saga all this while. Zainal Abidin Ali, the executive director of Grand Saga, is non-other than the former police chief of Dang Wangi! My goodness! Isn’t it obvious now? I hope somebody takes action on this obvious connection.

Brian Fong: I have been wondering why the police and FRU are so quick in taking action against the residents and come out in full force with water cannons and tear gas as if there is a major riot on-going. Apparently Grand Saga's executive director Zainal Abidin Ali happens to be the former Dang Wangi police chief. Hmm ...



10 comments:

  1. grand saga+ex-cop+....holy cow, thugs are also there to ensure that the barricade is up.
    Just wondering if there is no more law and order in Malaysia. The cops want respect but what have they done? Where are you, ACA?

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  2. KTemoc and all bloggers,

    I am apt to believe the kid did not have an active role instigating protest base on info at hand.

    If he were merely driving off from area of conflict only to be trashed about by them thugs, bloggers need to run with this story( plus all gory pics for desired impact/real blood shall not go to waste) for the next few days.

    Help the kid out and lend him a voice. Better yet if someone can help the kid file a suit. I'm certain witnesses will step up to enforce this claim of police brutality.

    Someone, anyone out there got the beating on camera ? The next victim could be any of us so bear in mind - justice for the kid is justice for all.

    Thanks in advance.

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  3. Police probably thought they are 'helping' the state by beating up innocent civilians, as the selangor gov finally admitted to 20% stake in the Grand Theft: Beat Them Civilians Up Company.

    As the saying goes you can't blame the dog for doing their master's job.

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  5. Since Selangor govt has 20% stake in the Grand Saga, can the Selangor Govt KPS removed the confused CEO of Grand Saga and pay compensations to victims?

    Syabas.

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  6. Anak Merdeka Penang1:04 pm, May 29, 2008

    Bring back Mahathir.
    No more illegal demonstrations, no more beating up young punks.

    Nice, peaceful country, plentiful jobs, no need to protest by the roadside.

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  7. Man! I'm mad! You're f#$!^@g madder!

    If you dummies wanna bring back mamak, just drop your pants! He don't care one - whether you use coconut husk, toilet paper or air zam-zam! You won't get away unplugged! :(

    +Anonymouse+

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  8. Anak Merdeka Penang2:16 pm, May 29, 2008

    Serves you guys right for voting the "Main Belakang" fella and his eunuch allies.

    What did you think you were going to get from PKR ? Removal of toll ?

    Now for the post-election come-down....too bad guys, you've been had....keep to the tried and tested coalition next time, OK ?

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  9. You mean the "tired" and "tattered" band of bandits? You can have my come (read cum))! ;)

    +Anonymouse+

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  10. Bring back Mahathir.
    No more illegal demonstrations, no more beating up young punks.

    Nice, peaceful country, plentiful jobs, no need to protest by the roadside.



    O Rly?

    So what was this Reformasi thing going on in 1998?

    Mahathir administration comes with blinders for the eyes & earplugs for the... duh... ears. And electrical tape to silence the mouth. So everything appears peaceful, nice, and prosperous until the 1997 financial crisis hits.

    Of course, he will always find some Jews for scapegoats.

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