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Thursday, 31 December 2015

Three Robbers Dead - one by a Tan Sri one by Zulkifli and another by one of PDRM's own.

steadyaku47 comment : Let us watch how PDRM will handle these three cases of murder of robbers  - one by a Tan Sri one by Zulkifli and another by one of their own.Let us watch and learn how PDRM do their work!

 
 
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Friday, 5 July 2013 | MYT 2:22 AM

Tan Sri shoots parang-wielding robber dead at clinic in Cheras



KUALA LUMPUR: A Tan Sri undergoing a medical check up at a clinic in Cheras shot dead a parang-wielding man who had tried to slash him during a botched robbery attempt late

Thursday.

During the 10pm incident, three men barged into the clinic and demanded that everyone in the clinic hand over their valuables and cash.

When one of the robbers pointed a parang at the Tan Sri, who is in his 50s and from Pahang, he produced a gun and told the suspects to leave or he would shoot.

Instead, the robbers, ticked off at the sight of the firearm, lunged and attacked the Tan Sri, who then fired multiple shots, killing one of them.

Cheras OCPD Assistant Commissoner of Police (ACP) Mohan Singh said the men then fled the clinic located at Jalan 2/90 in Taman Pertama.

"We found one of them dead some 30m away, with gunshots in his knee, stomach and buttocks."

The body of the dead suspect, believed to be in his late 20s, was sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post mortem.

"We do not know if any of the others who fled were injured," ACP Mohan said.

He said the three suspects had entered the clinic and threatened the patients and staff, while an accomplice waited outside.

"The Tan Sri sustained slight abrasions on his stomach, as one of the robbers had tried to slash him with a parang," he said.

Police recovered a knife at the scene and a Nissan car parked outside the clinic, which was stolen in another clinic robbery that occurred in Taman Mahkota Batu 9, Kajang on Wednesday.

ACP Mohan said this indicated that the robbers were also connected with the earlier case.
He said the Tan Sri's gun was retained by the police for investigations, adding that he had a licence to carry the firearm.

The case is being investigated under Section 395 and 397 of the Penal Code for gang robbery.

Meanwhile, clinic nurse Litya Gunasegaran, 24 said there were seven patients and four staff members, including a doctor, at the time of the incident.

"They burst in and everyone got a shock. One of them was carrying a parang and held it to people's necks.

"He said 'kasi wang!' (give money)," said Litya, adding that the men were dressed in shirts and shorts, and weren't wearing masks.

She said they went to each person and demanded their handphones, wallets, watches and jewellery.

"They took my necklace and went to another person, that's when I heard the shots," she said, adding that the Tan Sri was a regular patient at the clinic.








TUMPAT 19 Dis. – Seorang penjenayah yang cuba menyerang anggota polis semasa menyamun sebuah kedai serbaneka 24 jam di Taman Desa Putra, Wakaf Bharu di sini, ditembak mati awal pagi ini.
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Mohamad Zulkifli Ismail was arrested for allegedly killing a robber at his house in Kampung Labohan, in Kerteh, Terengganu, on December 7. ― File picMohamad Zulkifli Ismail was arrested for allegedly killing a robber at his house in Kampung Labohan, in Kerteh, Terengganu, on December 7. ― File picKUALA LUMPUR, Dec 31 ― A Terengganu man who allegedly killed a robber is now the subject of a growing online movement to prevent him from being charged with murder.
The campaign includes an online petition with more than 800 supporters and a Facebook page named “Selamatkan Zulkifli” created by Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) Youth central committee member, Nik Aziz Afiq Abdul, which has obtained almost 55,000 “likes”.
“The page is set up to garner sympathy for Zulkifli's family. We will launch a fund to pay for his family's expenses,” he told Malay Mail Online.
Nik Aziz explained that 50-year-old Mohamad Zulkifli Ismail allegedly stabbed two men who were trying to rob him at his house in Kampung Labohan, in Kerteh, Terengganu, on December 7, claiming self defence.
One of the men died on the scene.
Zulkifli was then arrested and remanded until December 21. The case was investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code that covers murder.
“The case was then changed to [Section] 304. He was allowed to be bailed for RM15,000 but his family did not have the funds and only bailed him out the next day,” Nik Aziz explained. Section 304 pertains to causing death by negligence.
But he said that when the case was heard in court on December 27, the prosecution team switched the charge to Section 302 and added another under Section 326 for causing grievous bodily harm.
Murder is a non-bailable offence and carries a mandatory death sentence upon conviction.
The next trial date is on January 24 and Zulkifli is now being held at the Marang prison, Nik Aziz said.
Zulkifli has three children, with the oldest 9, followed by an 8-year-old who is autistic, and a 3-year-old.
His detention has also prevented his family from operating a restaurant near their home that is their main source of income.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/online-campaign-underway-to-save-man-who-killed-robber#sthash.O3UUC6ge.dpuf

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