Saturday, January 26, 2008

Not A First Person Report

As at time I write this, Harakahdaily reports 58 Pejuang Rakyat arrested by the police at the Protes Demonstration at the KLCC. An estimated 1,500 to 3,000 Pejuang Rakyat had gathered for the demonstration that was supposed to begin at 3pm, but had the police - perhaps the term should be changed to Gestapo and SS - of the regime swooping on the leaders of Protes, including at least one journalist from Malaysiakini. Of the 58 Pejuang Rakyat arrested thus far, Suara Keadilan Online managed to identify only 11 names. They are:

1. Tian Chua
2. Dr. Hatta Ramli
3. Mohd. Sabu
4. Dr. Nasir Hashim
5. S. Arutchelvan
6. Dr. Dzulkifli Ahmad
7. Badrul Hisham
8. Jonson Chong
9. Badrul Amin
10. Ginie Lim
11. Syed Jamal (Wartawan Malaysiakini)

Bearing in mind that the freedom to assemble and voice opinion is allowed under the Constitution of Malaysia, the detainment of all the Pejuang Rakyat is unlawful and unconsitutional. For further report on this please read Roslan SMS, Englishsection, DPP Bukit Katil, and Detikdaily. By the way, in my entry previous to this, I mistakenly typed polytikus blog name and do apologise for the mistake; the blog name should read Squeak, Speak, Roar.

The audio/video report below is made available by Malaysia Kini TV.


Any webtv8 report can only be made available once the footages have been downloaded and edited. Without wanting to sound apologetic about it, please remember we are totally a volunteer news team, with very limited resources. And the culprit absentee for this event is none other but yours truly.

UPDATE 11:07pm: Alternatively, you may read 2 email news regarding the above sent by an anonymous and entered at here and here.

4 comments:

Kata Tak Nak said...

Those who are making our lives miserable are laughing when the police hauled up those who are fighting to make our lives better. This only strengthened my resolve.

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Too right they are, the bloody culprits! But they will, sooner or later, here or hereafter, pay for it dearly, insyAllah.

Mior Azhar said...

Salam Shah,
How very efficient aren't they? And to think all these while they can't even find adik Sharlinie. And don't get me started on Nurin. Bodohlah these people.

cakapaje said...

Wa'alaikumusalam Pak Mior,

Oh! They are efficient, alright! But only when they want to be!

Your comment now triggered a distant memory when I read about Jack The Ripper. To this date, the real identity of JTR has purportedly never been found. However, I read somewhere that one of the persons highly suspected by Scotland Yard is the deranged brother of the royalty there. This has never been proven, off course. But soon after that, the killings stopped. The brother? He was committed into an asylum if I'm not mistaken.

Now, one wonder here, could someone high up or related to high up have some connections in the case of Shalinie and Nurin?