Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Extending IGP's contract will be a crime!

Manek Urai? Everyone's waiting for the offical result.

But a far more important issue needs to be aired, namely the likelihood of an extension for the current IGP, whose contract runs out in September.

Please read the following and tell me whether you support his extension?

Tan Sri Siti Norma Yaakob, the Chief Judge of Malaya, has expressed her deep concerns that 80 deaths in police custody occurred between January 2000 and December 2004 – that’s an average of 20 people dying per annum while in police custody, or almost a frightening 2 per month for 4 continuous years - but only 6 inquests, less than 10% of the deaths, were even held. […]

She demanded to know why police had seen it fit to decide that inquests were unnecessary in 22 cases of such deaths. ... In fact, the Criminal Procedure Code specifically makes it mandatory to have inquests into deaths under police custody.

Yet the IGP has not addressed this unacceptable omission, a violation of the Criminal Procedure Code. The IGP must be held responsible and accountable for his failure.

Want to read more? Then see my post Pagar makan padi - deaths in police custody

Also see a few of previous posts I have posted about the IGP at the bottom, and you wonder why tha bloke should even be allowed to continue as IGP, let alone get an extension to his tenure which unfortunately for us and in all probability he will get.

Under his IGP-ship, crime rates have soared as never before in our nation’s history, yet why doesn’t the government, including the previous one under AAB, let him retire if not sack him, and get fresh blood in?

Is he that indispensable (even to UMNO)?

As we have already assessed, from rocketing crime stats and the continuing deaths in police custody, that professionally he certainly hasn’t been and is unlikely to be.

Or, more likely, has he got the PM, the current as well as the previous ones, by the balls?

A few selected posts on IGP:
(1) KTemoc's No 1 priority - Fight crime!
(2) AAB - keep your eyes on Police
(3) What's AAB up to, extending Musa Hassan's service?


  1. kita tunggu anak orang besar mati dalam lokap tengok ada inquest tak?

  2. Yes, this IGP should go NOW.

    His track record is pathetic. He tried to mislead us about his really scary and bad performance by putting a spin on it in the MSM until the statistics were exposed by Lim Kit Siang.

    His employment of gangsterish tactis against the Opposition (especially what transpired in the Perak State Assembly and the traffic jam in KL over right of assembly at Parliament) and civil rights movements is disgraceful.

    And lastly, he showed utter disrespect to the King by stonewalling on the RC on Police Cimmission!!

    Sack him first, Najib!!

  3. Yeah, do not extend his contract!

  4. You cannot sack him or refuse to renew his contract because he has all the evidence to support the 'allegations'.

  5. what do you expect from a diploma holder?

  6. Granting the extension of service contract must be base on merits.
    Clearly this musa fella fails all.

    Crime escalates , police brutality escalates , corruption index in the police force escalates , deaths in police custody escalates, complains against the police filed with the Public Complains Bureau escalates .
    The police even have the nerves to push aside the IPCMC which is a recommendation by the royal inquest.

    Not only he should be deny an extension but he must be charge with abuse of power , careless attitude , insubordination and blatant usages of funds .
    If his service to the public is excellent, Malaysians will have no objections.
    We will be glad to retain him until he throws his hat or cap or beret .

    But the general feelings of Malaysians is to throw him out of the window.

  7. Does the IGP know something we don't about Altan's murder? And that something is causing someone to extend the contract?

  8. Anon of 11:11 AM, July 15, 2009 - it was AAB who extended his contract, not Najib; the latter hasn't committed himself yet, so why bring in Altantuyaa at this early stage ;-)

    And we know that the unsubstantiated accusation of Najib (or his wife or Razak Baginda - c'mon, make up your mind) murdering Altantuyaa has thus far been nothing more than PKR wishful thinking - Tian Chua even has a Rembrant-ish 'photo' wakakaka showing the alleged link between Najib and Altantuyaa ;-).

  9. Tian Chua even has a Rembrant-ish 'photo' wakakaka showing the alleged link between Najib and Altantuyaa ;-).

    More like Mona Lisaltunya...hahahaha

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