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Monday, September 1, 2014

Najib must step down as PM: UM law prof to be charged for sedition over Selangor MB crisis

Najib must step down as PM: UM law prof to be charged for sedition over S'gor MB crisis
It has been reported that Azmi Sharom, a legal professor in University of Malaya (UM), will be charged under the Seditious Act for his comments on the Selangor MB crisis.
DEMA strongly condemns the authority for violating the fundamental right to freedom of expression as enshrined in the Federal Constitution.
We also demands Najib Razak to resign as the Prime Minister of Malaysia for allowing the oppressive laws to continue to haunt the people despite the announcement to abolish them in 12 July 2012.
It is shocking that the Government, after having initiated several charges under the same law against the people representatives from the Pakatan Rakyat, has now started to intimidate academicians who had simply expressed their opinions in their professional capacity.
Furthermore, it is undoubtedly clear that, at a time where new students are being enrolled into the universities, it is the Government’s intention to also warn the new students not to be too keen in applying their knowledge to social, political and economic issues.
Azmi Sharom
We urge all students in this country to stand in solidarity with Professor Azmi Sharom. Freedom of expression which includes the academic freedom is not something peculiar only to the academicians. Reciprocal to the scholar’s right to academic freedom is the students’ right to unbiased education and the right not to be indoctrinated. We certainly do not want our professors to teach against their best knowledge and conscience for fear of repression by the Government, contrary to the interest of the students.
Malaysia Youth & Students Democratic Movement (DEMA)

TIADA MAAF BAGI MU KATA KPN KEPADA SESIAPA YANG MENYALAHGUNAKAN RANGKAIAN MEDIA UNTUK MENGHINA, MENGUTUK DAN MENGHASUT.




"Tiada Maaf lagi kpd sesiapa jua yg menyalahgunakan rangkaian media utk menghina/mengutuk dan menghasut. Tunggu tindakan @PDRMsia"
Pihak polis tidak akan bertolak ansur dengan mana-mana individu yang menyalah gunakan media sosial iaitu dengan sengaja mengeluarkan kenyataan berunsur hinaan atau hasutan.

Perkara tersebut dimaklumkan sendiri oleh Ketua Polis Negara melalui twitter rasmi beliau sebentar tadi.

Perghhh !!! Janda Lama Sepi Keseorangan Di Cekp Bekhalwat..

  • Pasangan kekasih yang ditemui berkelakuan tidak sopan di atas motosikal.Pasangan kekasih yang ditemui berkelakuan tidak sopan di atas motosikal.
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SUNGAI PETANI – Semak dan menjijikkan. Itulah keadaan rumah tumpangan tidak bertanda yang dijadikan lokasi melampiaskan nafsu di Bandar Puteri Jaya, dekat sini, yang  menjadi tumpuan golongan tidak bermoral sempena ambang kemerdekaan semalam.

Keadaan semak-samun dalam rumah terbabit cukup menggerunkan malah tingkap di ruang tamu serta bahagian kiri dan bilik tidur yang pecah hanya ditampal menggunakan kertas putih sahaja.

Hasil maklumat penduduk tempatan, rumah yang sering dijadikan lokasi persinggahan pasangan bercinta tidak kira tua atau muda, musim cuti atau hari biasa, malah saling bertukar pengunjung selang beberapa jam sahaja.

Serbuan yang dijalankan anggota penguat kuasa dari enam agensi terlibat lebih kurang jam 4 pagi mendapati, sepasang kekasih berusia lewat 40-an keluar daripada satu dari empat bilik setelah kira-kira 20 minit rumah itu dikepung.

Janda berusia 48 tahun itu mengakui datang dari Kampung Pokok Tai, Pendang, dan bekerja sebagai tukang cuci di sebuah sekolah serta bersekedudukan dalam sebuah bilik dipercayai suami orang berusia 41 tahun dari Kampung Huma, Sungai Layar.

Pasangan itu mengakui baru berkenalan dalam tempoh dua bulan sebelum keluar makan malam bersama.

Turut ditemui dalam rumah berkenaan, sebuah motosikal dipercayai milik lelaki berkenaan dan sebuah kereta yang diparkir di halaman rumah dipercayai milik wanita terbabit.


Cubaan pasangan larikan diri gagal

Sebelum itu, anggota penguat kuasa yang melakukan serbuan di sebuah hotel bajet di Padang Temusu lebih kurang jam 2.30 pagi terkejut apabila terdengar dentuman kuat kira-kira 20 minit selepas mengetuk pintu sebuah bilik.

Hasil pemeriksaan mendapati bunyi dentuman kuat berpunca daripada tindakan seorang wanita yang nekad melarikan diri dari tingkap hotel bajet bersama teman lelaki, tetapi tersangkut pada atap bumbung sebelum terjatuh ke dalam sebuah kedai bersebelahan.

Tindakan itu bagaimanapun mendatangkan padah setelah wanita itu cedera di kaki sebelum kedua-duanya dicekup anggota penguat kuasa.


Mesra atas motosikal

Terdahulu, sepasang kekasih dilihat melakukan adegan mesra atas motosikal yang diparkir di lokasi tempat letak kenderaan dekat pusat perniagaan Lagenda Heights kira-kira jam 12 tengah malam.

Kedua-duanya yang masih menuntut dilihat berkelakuan tidak sopan boleh dikenakan denda dan diminta hadir ke Pejabat Agama Kuala Muda untuk tindakan selanjutnya.

Serbuan kemudian diteruskan di sebuah hotel di lokasi sama melibatkan pasangan berusia 29 dan 22 tahun dari bandar ini manakala pasangan wanita dari Kota Bharu, Kelantan.

Apabila dicekup, lelaki terbabit hanya berseluar pendek manakala teman wanitanya hanya memakai baju-T lengan pendek dan berseluar pendek.

Turut dicekup seorang penjawat awam dari Bedong bersama kekasihnya iaitu seorang janda juga berasal dari Bedong.

Lebih mengejutkan, janda yang berusia 24 tahun itu sebenarnya orang kurang upaya (OKU) bisu.


21 lokasi panas diserbu

Sementara itu, Pegawai Agama Daerah Kuala Muda, Sheikh Alwi Othman berkata, hasil pemeriksaan terhadap 21 lokasi panas dalam Operasi Merdeka Bersepadu itu mendapati lima kes bersekedudukan, dua kes bernikah di negara jiran dan dua kes berkelakuan tidak sopan.

Kesemua 56 anggota terdiri daripada kakitangan Pejabat Agama Daerah Kuala Muda, Yan, Sik, Majlis Perbandaran Sungai Petani Kedah, Cawangan Penyiasatan Khas Angkatan Tentera Malaysia dan Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan.

Katanya, empat kes didapati positif dadah apabila ujian air kencing dilakukan ke atas individu yang diperiksa.

“Kes disiasat bawah Seksyen 5 Enakmen Kanun Jenayah Syariah (EKJS) Kedah 1988 iaitu melakukan perbuatan atau berkelakuan tidak sopan di tempat awam waktu siang atau malam yang boleh didenda RM1,000 atau penjara enam bulan atau keduanya sekali jika sabit kesalahan.

“Lima pasangan turut disiasat di bawah Seksyen 9 EKJS Kedah 1988 iaitu bersekedudukan, berkurung, bersembunyi atau bersama wanita bukan isteri atau mahram. Bagi kesalahan itu, denda RM2,000 atau penjara setahun atau ditahan di rumah kebajikan selama tiga tahun boleh dikenakan sekiranya sabit kesalahan,” katanya.

Operasi yang bermula jam 12 tengah malam itu dibahagikan kepada tiga pasukan dan diteruskan sehingga subuh semalam.

" Di Sini Lahirnya Sebuah Cinta. Akibat Kena Tangkap Khalwat Malam Merdeka Sanggup Mengaku Bukan Islam "



JOHOR BAHRU - Seorang wanita warga Singapura tergamak mengakui dirinya bukan beragama Islam bagi mengelak dirinya dicekup bersama pasangannya dalam serbuan Ops Ambang Merdeka, semalam.

Wanita terbabit ditahan kerana disyaki berkhalwat bersama seorang lelaki bukan Islam dalam serbuan Bahagian Penguat Kuasa Jabatan Agama Islam Johor (Jaij) di sebuah hotel sekitar Taman Johor Jaya.

Ketika disoal anggota operasi mengenai agamanya, dengan selamba wanita berusia 21 tahun itu mendakwa dirinya bukan Islam meskipun dalam pasport tertera ‘binti’ pada namanya.

Ketua Penolong Pengarah Bahagian Penguat Kuasa Jaij, Mohd Zamri Kambari berkata, pihaknya tetap menahan wanita itu mengikut Seksyen 27 Enakmen

Kesalahan Jenayah Syariah 1997 (Negeri Johor) kerana didapati berkhalwat bersama lelaki yang bukan suami atau mahramnya.

“Melihat kepada alasan diberikan suspek, kita tetap membawanya ke balai polis untuk proses dokumentasi sebelum dibawa ke pejabat agama untuk tindakan susulan.

“Kita juga akan bekerjasama dengan pihak berkuasa di Singapura untuk mengetahui latar belakangnya bagi mendapatkan kebenaran terhadap dakwaan kononnya dia bukan beragama Islam.

“Jadi wanita itu juga kena buktikan juga yang dirinya bukan beragama Islam. Jaij menahannya kerana didapati berkhalwat malah nama tertera pada pasportnya merupakan nama individu Melayu,” katanya.

Sementara itu, keinginan seorang pengurus sebuah syarikat untuk melampiaskan nafsu bersama gadis warga asing, terbantut apabila bilik hotel bajet dihuninya diserbu Jaij.

Lelaki berusia 55 tahun itu ditahan bersama seorang wanita warga Filipina berusia lingkungan 20an dalam serbuan berasingan.

Ketika disoal siasat, lelaki terbabit mendakwa mula memasuki bilik hotel berkenaan sekitar jam 7 malam kelmarin sementara wanita warga asing itu pula hadir kira-kira jam 1 pagi semalam.


Beliau turut mengakui mendapatkan perkhidmatan seks ditawarkan oleh gadis genit warga asing itu pada harga RM200 bagi satu malam.

Berita Mengejutkan Dari Bukit Aman


Tebaran jaring Akta Hasutan oleh kerajaan kini semakin meluas dan kini menjangkau ke bidang akademik apabila pensyarah undang-undang, Azmi Sharom akan dihadapkan ke mahkamah di bawah Akta Hasutan esok.

Azmi (kiri) akan didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen esok berhubung satu artikel yang disiarkan dalam Malay Mail Online pada 14 Ogos.

Azmi adalah seorang pensyarah undang-undang di Universiti Malaya dan dipercayai telah membuat komen mengenai krisis menteri besar Selangor dalam artikel tersebut.

Portal itu memetik polis Dang Wangi sebagai mengesahkan bahawa Azmi akan didakwa di bawah Seksyen 4 (1) (b) Akta tersebut.


Malaysiakini telah menghubungi Azmi tetapi beliau tidak mahu mengulas mengenainya. ~mk

BADGE OF DISHONOR: When the top cop plays politics, PDRM can only lose the public's trust

BADGE OF DISHONOR: When the top cop plays politics, PDRM can only lose the public's trust
The mass scale arrest of the Penang Voluntary Patrol Force by the police is ballooning fast into a massive public relations disaster for PDRM and is a serious collateral damage to the reputation of the IGP.
Public Relations here is to be understood as a science of human communication and not from that blinkered viwepoint of smokescreens and arty-farty sweet-nothings!
As a nation we cannot afford this and someone has to tell the police captain that disregarding perceptions while wanting to be seen to be enforcing the law, is a tragic concoction.
The place. The timing. The manner. The communication. All of these cannot be treated lightly as the alternate media has that deadly means to fast-track and channel these developments into the social foyer leading to unimagined proportions of reputation damage that will be hard to mend with quick redress.
The on-line media is overloading with criticisms against the police force targeting the IGP. The streets are abuzz with talk of Malaysia becoming a brutal police state. People are combing through the history cupboards of the police force as they strive to demonstrate their disapproval of the showdown by PDRM on the PPS.
The main stream media can go to town to paint on an all-new canvas a pleasing, logical storyline. But the action is on the streets of the new media. Even the IGP’s facebook and tweets will not spared.
The question is can PDRM continue to afford such battle scars? The Bersih episodes have already done much credibility-damage for the police force. The various political embroilments and PDRM’s good intended actions did not cook good curry either.
On a tightrope, no thanks to megalomaniac officials, politicians
Given a suspiciously volatile and precarious political climate in Malaysia – be it be between or within political parties, and compounded by global developments that will have impact across borders, can the PDRM continue to bulldoze without any professional and learned considerations for public relations parameters?
Whatever the ‘insider information’ the police force may have as justifications for their swooping down actions, prudence and calculated public relations strategies cannot be sidestepped. If used effectively and with clear intentions, the public can empathize with the police because at the end of the day every sane human wants added security and ensured safety to their lives and personal properties as they go about their task and routines in life.
There are, and certainly the police force knows only too well, many effective ways to safeguard citizens’ safety and security. If PPS is a double-edged sword, did PDRM need to wait for the Merdeka-celebrations’ march-past to make a showdown? It is academic now that PDRM failed miserably from a public relations perspective.
PDRM has a long track record in the nation’s history that makes every Malaysian proud. Dear IGP, do not let public relations strategies – deemed indispensable in today’s networked society, take a back seat as you plough the nation with uncompromised law keeping.
It would also do good for PDRM to undo that badge of dishonor, namely, that the police force is more a pro-political party vanguard and not a nation-protector without political patronage. - MAILBAG

Arrest of PPS members not political

Penang CPO Abdul Rahim Hanafi says arrests were carried out purely on legal grounds.
penang cpoGEORGE TOWN: Penang CPO Abdul Rahim Hanafi said there was nothing political in the arrests of members of the Penang Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS) and that the arrests were carried out purely on legal grounds.
“This action on PPS is purely on legal grounds. It’s nothing to do with politics,” stressed Abdul Rahim.
He also denied that the state government submitted to police a full list of PPS recruits for vetting.
Previously state executive councillor and Sungai Puyu assemblyman Phee Boon Boh, who heads PPS, claimed PPS personnel were always vetted by police before being recruited.
“I don’t know which police they gave the list to. I never received any list for vetting for PPS recruitment. Police never vetted any PPS list,” Abdul Rahim told newsmen at the Northeast district police headquarters.
Also present was Northeast OCPD Assistant Commissioner Mior Faridalatrash Wahid.
He revealed that four of the 156 PPS leaders and members, aged between 18 and 67, including Phee, detained since yesterday had tested positive for drugs.
On a claim by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng that the four were using medicine for their illness, he gave assurances that the police would act accordingly based on chemist reports after the drug test.
It is learnt that the drug suspects, aged 26 and 64, tested positive for methamphetamine-type drugs and were being investigated under Section 15 (1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act.
The police have already released 21 of those detained yesterday, including seven women and men above age 60, on police bail.
Other detainees are expected to be released on police bail tomorrow as the police had only managed to obtain a one-day remand order this morning.
The state government meanwhile has announced that the PPS would suspend all its activities until further notice.
Police checks revealed 11 detained PPS suspects were found to have previous criminal records for attempted theft, robbery and drug abuse, and detention under the now repealed Emergency Ordinance.
PPS was being investigated under Sections 41 & 43 of the Societies Act 1966 for allegedly being an unlawful organisation.
The Registrar of Societies (ROS), the Inspector General of Police and Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar have all declared PPS an illegal outfit, while Chief Minister Lim has insisted it was a legal body formed under state government powers.
Abdul Rahim said the police swoop on PPS would be on-going until all its nearly 10,000 personnel were detained and investigated.
He said currently police have on record the details of only 30% of the PPS members.