Monday, August 13, 2018

DPM Wan Azizah, jangan buat ta'tahu, jangan lari dari tanggungjawap mentri

MM Online - Lawyer group: Why send Kelantan child bride to Thailand?:

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 — A lawyers’ group questioned why a 11-year-old Thai-born child bride was sent back to Thailand after her controversial marriage to a 41-year-old Kelantan Muslim man, asking if this indicated Malaysia’s inability to protect her.

Lawyers for Liberty’s executive director Latheefa Koya said the child’s removal from Malaysia also risks affecting investigations on the “husband” who reportedly took the girl as his third wife.

“Why is the child, being the key prosecution witness, suddenly whisked off to Thailand? Will this not jeopardise the ongoing investigations and any potential prosecution?

“Surely, the authorities here have the resources and capability to protect and counsel the child victim; whilst the criminal law takes its course against the suspect.

Is the transfer to Thailand an indication that the DPM and the Women’s Ministry is not able to protect the child here in Malaysia?” she said in a statement today, referring to Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail who is both deputy prime minister and minister of women, family and community development.

Latheefa noted the deputy prime minister said earlier this month that police investigations would be concluded immediately to enable prosecution against the Kelantan man, but highlighted that there has still been no arrest or prosecution against him while the child was “stealthily sent off to Thailand”.

Even the news of the child’s removal was not released by the DPM or her ministry, but by the Thai governor of the province where the child is located now,” Latheefa said.

Latheefa continued to push for action against the Kelantan man whom she alleged committed offences of child grooming under the Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017, noting that he admitted to “lusting after the child since she was seven.”

Claiming that this was an “open-and-shut case”, Latheefa said the man still gave media interviews and remained unpunished.

“He remains a threat not just to this child, but other vulnerable children from poor families as well. The failure to take decisive action is a signal to other potential paedophiles that they can safely operate in Malaysia,” she said.

Latheefa claimed that the act of sending off the child to Thailand is allegedly an attempt to “close the case” and get rid of the problem, but stressed that this move would not be in the public interest or in the child’s interest.

“It must be emphasised here that the crime against this child happened on Malaysian soil; and hence investigation and prosecution must take place through our criminal justice system. We have jurisdiction, and cannot just push the problem to Thailand.

“In stark contrast to the feet-dragging and confused statements coming from the Women’s Ministry, the Thais have swiftly set up an interdisciplinary team to care for the child and barred the ‘husband’ paedophile any access to the child. The efficient Thai response puts us to shame,” she said.

“It is hard to avoid the conclusion that there is no political will on the part of the minister to protect this child and bring the wrongdoer to justice,” she added

kenapa takut pula Datin, bukan kah Datin DPM?


  1. Thailand Boleh....

    But Wait.... it was the Thai authorities lack of controls that led to the "marriage" to take place in the first instance.....

  2. Did Wan Azizah kidnap the child and sent her back to Thailand ?

  3. What a shame it takes a foreign country whose religion is not of the Abrahamic faith to protect a Moslem child from the clutches of a Paedophile. Luckily, she is a Thai citizen and there is a way out to save her and put her under the protection of another country. But, it does not stop the problem of many Paedophiles still roaming around for other victims to satisfy their beastly abhorrent lusts.

    It tell very much about the moralities and humanity of the leaders, institutions, NGOs and Malaysian societies. It just STINKS whenever you hear anyone of them preaching again about moralities, religion, humanity to the Malaysian public especially to children.

    1. Don't get overboard in trying to criticise Malaysia.

      Thailand is no "hero" in this case, Thailand created the problem in the first place, lets not forget the "Islamic marriage" occurred in Thailand.

      The apparent lack of control in Thailand which clearly allows a possible Paedophile to marry a small child under Islamic laws.

      The Malaysian authorities problem is lack of courage to declare the marriage completely null and void, essentially de-recognising the authority of the Religious office in Thailand.

      Once the "marriage" in Thailand is actually declared Null and Void , then other legal steps can be made.

      By the way, Thailand is a notorious hotbed of international foreign Pedo activity.

  4. KJ admits BTN was a BN tool...

    Was BTN political? Of course it was, says Khairy
    Published 3 hours ago on 13 August 2018

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 — Former Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has admitted the National Civics Bureau (BTN) did harbour elements of politicking within its modules.

    He responded as such when asked to comment on the abolishment of BTN and the National Service programme (PLKN), which was said to be a platform of indoctrination by then Barisan Nasional administration.

    “As for BTN, you decide for your own,” he said with an obvious smirk.

    When pressed further and asked to respond if BTN was politically-charged, Khairy replied: “BTN, of course lah.”

    This comes as current Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman today announced the abolishment of both PLKN and BTN programs with immediate effect.

  5. Can we stop the stupid discussion on the Third National Car now?

    Our powerful Finance Minister clearly states that IF EVER there is a Proton 2.0 he will not allow public funds to be used.

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 13 — The government today gave assurance that the third national car project will neither use public funds nor money from the government.

    Instead, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said the project, if ever implemented, would be funded by private investments.

    “If it comes from private (investments), then there will not be a problem,” he said when winding up the debate on the Supply (Reallocation of Appropriated Expenditure) Bill 2018 at the Dewan Rakyat sitting here today.

    1. problem will be when the government has to BAIL out that company - not the first time

      "Our powerful Finance Minister"??? Wakakaka, you're making my toes laugh

    2. What u r saying is basically reminiscence of jibby using govt money to BAIL out 1MDB!

      Indeed, not the very first time for bn with a toes laughing FM that u so ampu-ing!

    3. Oooop……

      Now BTN is confirmed been scrapped!

      What's yr new fart now?

      Kak wan's paedophilia hot potato?

      Lge's bungalow that u so secretly enamored?

      Wakakakaka…… better still, go dig out some old news, redress the titles plus a little twistings (sound so much like yr mom sifu). Walla, a just in time fake fart to entice the fanboys & blur-sotongs!

  6. Guanee is just being tactful with his comment.

    Any private individual who is stupid enough to put up billions to build a Proton 2.0 based on the promises of a 93-year old PM who has 14 seats in a 222-member Parliament deserves to lose all his money. The days when TDM commanded 2/3 of Parliament are over.

    Public listed GLCs will never get enough shareholder support for this project either. Even green energy vehicles is high risk...just look at Tesla.

  7. This carpetbagger from Lawyers for Liberty’s is a shame!

    She SHOULD put her effort to petition the slumbering royal houses to wake up & do something about this paedophilia act under their care!

    Instead, she plays politics, hopefully that the Dökkálfar dwarf chief would reward her with some token post!