Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Is this news?

This is news? A mechanic charged with possessing 9 stolen lighters? The Director of CID has had RM1 Million in his Australian Bank Account seized by the Australian authorities on the grounds that the money are the proceeds of money laundering or crime. A One Billion Ringgit Yacht lies off Bali seized by the Indonesian Authorities on the instructions of the United State DOJ. A Bombardier Global 5000 Jet plane sits on the Selatar Airport Tarmac worth RM 50 million seized by the Singapore Authorities also on the request of the United Staes DOJ...and what is PDRM doing about it all? 

It looks like it is business as usual for PDRM. When they are not killing suspects in their custody, battering people in remand, assaulting and hammering Bersih Activists or declaring the Idiot innocent of anything and everything that the idiot is doing to further plunder and pillage our beloved Malaysia, the police also busy themselves with arresting Mechanic in possession of 9 stolen lighters.
For sure we want these thieves arrested and prosecuted for what they do...but please Mr IGP....get your priorities right!
Instruct your f**king Director of CID to take immediate leave...okay lah...if need be, on paid leave...while you get to the bottom of what really happened in Australia. Or is this IGP already having his eye on the gravy trough that his predecessor is already partaking of now? 
As I have said ....All top guns in enforcement agencies in Bolehland promoted because they are dumb, telor polisher and ball licker. No exceptions!
I rest my case!

Mohd Fitri Mohd Hatta was charged with possession of nine units of multi-coloured lighters with KK logo emblazoned on them. Pix by Mohd Hilmie Hussin

MELAKA: A mechanic was taken to the Ayer Keroh Sessions Court here today for allegedly possessing several stolen lighters. The thefts occurred early last month.
Mohd Fitri Mohd Hatta, 31, of Pulau Gadong, pleaded not guilty when the charges were read in front of judge Norma Ismail.
He was charged with possession of nine units of multi-coloured lighters with KK logo emblazoned on them.
The emblem proves the lighters were stolen from KK Supermart Superstore Sdn Bhd.
The offense was allegedly committed in a flat in Lorong Pandan at 3.30pm on Feb 8, 2018.
The accused was charged under Section 412 of the Penal Code and punishable under the same code, which carries a jail sentence of up to 20 years, and is liable to a fine.
Earlier, Deputy Public Prosecutor Mazuin Hashim asked for a bail of RM20,000 for the accused.
However, the accused, who did not have a lawyer, appealed for the bail amount to be reduced as he had to care for his elderly parents who were disabled.
The court reduced the bail to RM15,000 and fixed April 3 as a future date and for the accused to hire a lawyer.

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