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Three police constables detained over rape of Indonesian girl

rogol 2Three police constables were detained in Serdang today for allegedly raping a 17 year-old Indonesian girl.

The constables attached to Serdang police station were detained one day after the girl lodged a police report.

The Indonesian girl claimed that she was raped at 3am yesterday in a house in Serdang. The victim who did not have personal documents was believed to be an illegal immigrant.

It was understood that police would get a remand order for the three constables aged 22-26 tomorrow.

Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar when contacted confirmed the case but declined to comment.

AK : Why police cant stop zipping up their pants? Where is the IGP intergrity?

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August trial for cop charged with rape of student

PDRMPETALING JAYA: A policeman accused of raping a student and forcing her to perform oral sex on him in a police station last year will stand trial on Aug 4 and 13.

Sessions Court judge Balqis Aini Mohd Ali set the new dates after being informed by a prosecutor that trial judge Aslam Zainuddin was not available as he had to hear a part-heard case at the Klang Sessions Court yesterday.

As such, DPP Nur Aishah Ahmad Zakiuddin told the judge that she had notified the complainant not to appear in court yesterday.

rogol 2Jamil Abdul Sah, 28, pleaded not guilty to both charges on July 18 last year. He was suspended from duty a month earlier. He is alleged to have committed the offences at the Putra Heights police station’s information room, between 6am and 7am on June 18.

If convicted, he can be jailed up to 50 years and whipped for both offences under the Penal Code.

Upon queried by the judge, his lawyer Ariff Azami Hussein said he had received the documents for preparation of the case last Friday.

Lawyer Gobind Singh Deo held a watching brief for the victim’s family.

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AK : Harapkan Polis, Police rogol pelajar! Dimanakah integriti Polis Malaysia?

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Anggota polis dihukum gantung

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MOHD. ISA diiringi polis selepas dijatuhkan hukuman gantung sampai mati oleh Mahkamah Tinggi Kuantan semalam.


KUANTAN – Seorang anggota polis berpangkat Lans Koperal akhirnya menerima hukuman gantung sampai mati oleh Mahkamah Tinggi di sini semalam selepas didapati bersalah atas dua tuduhan mengedar dadah jenis ganja seberat 811.91 gram empat tahun lalu.

Hakim Datuk Abdul Halim Aman memutuskan hukuman tersebut terhadap Mohd. Isa Zainal Abidin, 52, setelah mendapati pihak pendakwaan berjaya membuktikan kes prima facie.

Seramai 10 orang saksi termasuk isteri tertuduh dipanggil dalam perbicaraan yang bermula 26 Mac 2007 dan berakhir pada 21 April lalu bagi memberi keterangan.

“Pembelaan yang diasaskan kepada penafian hak milik dadah terbabit tidak mencukupi. Malah, tertuduh sendiri memandu arah polis ke tempat dadah di dalam rumahnya menunjukkan tertuduh tahu di mana dadah itu disimpan,” katanya.

Mohd. Isa dalam pertuduhan pertama didapati mengedar dadah jenis ganja seberat 390.45 gram kira-kira pukul 5.15 petang di hadapan sebuah kedai nombor ekor di Jalan Tok Muda Haji Idris, Pekan pada 14 Oktober 2005.

Pertuduhan kedua pula, dia didapati mengedar dadah jenis ganja seberat 421.46 gram kira-kira pukul 5.30 petang di kuarters polis Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Pekan pada tarikh yang sama.

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Sabah among safest states …except for flag burning

rashid-policeSabah Commissioner of Police Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said a total of 1,970 cases were reported during the period compared to 2,393 cases during the corresponding period last year, a decrease of 423 cases or 17.68 per cent.

He also said Sabah recorded a 40.2 per cent crime-solving rate, a fair achievement considering that the Interpol rate is 20 per cent.

“In terms of Sabah’s population, the crime ratio is one victim to 1,662 residents. We want to improve this further to one victim to 2,000 residents,” he said after opening a meeting of Sabah district police chiefs, here, Wednesday.

Noor Rashid said of the 22 police districts in Sabah including Labuan, Kota Kinabalu topped the list, followed by Penampang, Tawau, Sandakan and Lahad Datu.

On violent crimes such as murder, robbery and fighting, he said there were 313 cases in the first quarter this year compared to 412 during the same period last year.

Though the other violent crime cases dropped, murder cases increased from 20 to 22.

Using a new approach to deal with such cases like the formation of a task force to help other districts, most of the murder cases were solved within 48 hours, said Noor Rashid. On property theft, he said the number of cases also dropped to 1,657 for the first quarter compared to 1,981 during last first quarter.

“But the disturbing trend is an increase in motorcycle thefts. Last first quarter had 105 cases of motorcycle theft but during this year’s first quarter, there were 170 cases with 25 cases solved,” he said. Urging the public to take extra safety measures when parking their motorcycles in light of the increase in such thefts, Noor Rashid said he expected the trend to worsen due to better roads in Sabah now and more youngsters having own motorcycles.

Nevertheless, Noor Rashid said police would keep taking “extra” efforts and pro-active measures to keep Sabah’s crime rate low.

He said the meeting of district police chiefs was to plan for the coming year, assess the performance of each district and identify the weaknesses.

On CCTV for investigation rooms, Noor Rashid said funds would be applied for but new police buildings would have such facility.

He also said he was satisfied with the response to the Rakan Cop scheme but hoped more accurate information could be provided so that police can act swiftly.

Question :

1) Why is Malaysia government still paying RM5300 ‘ufti’ to Philipines government annually until today?? Suluk or Tausang is a super ‘bumiputera’ in Sabah??

2)Why the Sabah flag burning was released and not put under ISA? Is a reporter and Theresa Kok more dangerous than this ‘animals’. Or because Theresa Kok is a woman?

Bye-bye mr. policeman…

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