Suaram: Protecting the rights of terrorist and criminal

Posted: 19 May 2014 11:57 PM PDT

The police should let dozens of people die, bombs explode, bloodshed and communal riots take its toll before hunting down those responsible, nab and give them royal treatment in lockups.

The police must wait until all these happen before taking any action on those deemed as terrorists, subversive agents, drug kingpins, armed robbers and murderers.

Let them terrorise the country first, then take action. Even so, the police must not harm them because they deserve a good legal protection under the human rights tag. When they are produced in court, the government must not interfere; if its decided that they are not guilty, the police has no right whatsoever to reprimand or harass them again.

When they are on prowl again, just round them up nicely, give them the golden treatment and wait for them to be free again by some lawyer-politicians riding on human rights sentiment.

This is what Suaram, the opposition and some NGOs want. All is for human rights, politics and prominence. Its better to protect the extremist and criminals than protecting the country and its people.
Non-governmental organisation Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) today sent a memorandum of protest to the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) on the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma), which it said deprives detainees of their rights and gives full power to the police and courts.
Suaram representative Syukri Razab said in the memorandum that 11 people had been arrested under Sosma since April 28 and seven of them were detained in the Shah Alam and Bukit Aman lock-ups.
Six detainees were men under the age of 30, one was disabled and another was a 56-year-old woman, he said.
Syukri said families of the Sosma detainees were not informed of the reasons for their arrest because police were acting under Section 4(1) of Sosma which allowed arrests without a warrant.
He said the forms given to families detailing the grounds for the arrest were unclear and most relatives were only able to meet the suspects eight days after their arrest.
"According to Section 5(3) of Sosma, police can delay family access to the detainees for up to 48 hours after their arrest."
Suaram also hit out against Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi for telling reporters on May 2 that police had concrete evidence to charge all those arrested for militant activity.

"If they really did have evidence, the police could have arrested every suspect using the Criminal Procedure Code and brought them to court immediately."

He called on Suhakam to examine Sosma and decide whether or not it abided by human rights principles.

"Suaram urges the Malaysian government to abolish Sosma on the grounds that this act violated human rights principles enshrined in the Federal Constitution."

I think people like Syukri (pic) will approve murderers' rights more than that of the victim's family. He probably would like to see the country plunges into political turmoil and fall into the hands of the underworld rather than letting the police and other authorities to prevent it from happening.

Suaram is against any preventive action. To them, its better to let it happen first!


Posted: 19 May 2014 04:47 PM PDT

Some people think they are smart and cleverer than others. When someone talks politics, they will join the forum on empty head.

When someone says Malaysia in on the brink of bankruptcy and civil war, they nod their heads. In the end, they turned into morons in their own pool.

Sometimes it takes non-Malaysians to say good things about the country. When thousands applied for Malaysian PR and citizenship every year, there are Malaysians who did nothing but batter their own country for destructive politics.

Proud to have their piece of mind on the internet but didn't know how to answer a simple critic, especially from a foreigner.

'Tong kosong'!

No need to sack Dyana's mom, Umno!

Posted: 19 May 2014 06:37 AM PDT

There were calls for Umno to sack Yammy Samat, the mother of DAP's candidate for Teluk Intan Dyana by-election Sofya Mohd Daud.

Better don't give it a heed. Sacking Yammy (pic) will give more mileage and advantage to Dyana, now a 'political sensation' not only to Pakatan Rakyat but the country. Dyana is her daughter, and of course she supports her for the parliamentary seat.

Don't fall prey to such calls, and stop being childish and foolish. It will also backfire.

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin made the right stand by saying sacking Yammy was not the party's priority as efforts were zooming on the right strategies to wrest the seat from the opposition.
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin today said it was not a "top priority" for Umno to sack Yammy Samat, the mother of DAP's candidate for the Teluk Intan parliamentary seat, Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud
When questioned at a press conference today if Yammy's support for her daughter's campaign was viewed as a breach of the party's regulations, Khairy merely replied: "You can ask me five times, 10 times in different ways, but I'll provide you the same answer… this matter is not our priority."
Khairy said that there were proper disciplinary processes which needed to be observed prior to stripping a member of the party membership, which included the issuance of a show cause letter and the party's internal hearing.
Khairy was responding to calls by Umno-linked non-governmental organisation Veteran Umno which had called for Yammy's sacking.
Yammy was the former Ipoh division Umno secretary and was the first woman to hold the post.
How many of us - Umno members especially - whose next of kin who stay in the same house have all of them joining the party? Is it right to divorce our PKR wife or tell our PAS' children to leave the house?

Remember what happened to the Malays when Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah formed Semangat 46 in 1988?

Be wise and don't sensationalise Yammy's issue.

By the way, there were BN members who voted the opposition in the last general election. Is it wise to sack them?


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