Stop misallocating limited resources hunting Chua Soi Lek sex DVDs when top police priority is to fight endemic crime

The Batu Pahat magistrate’s court yesterday sentenced three persons to jail and hefty fines for possessing and reproducing the sex DVD of former Health Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek, viz:

• Tay Bee Bee, 29, owner of a beauty salon, was jailed for five days and fined RM10,000 or default six months’ jail for having in her possession three DVDs;

• See Tooh Choy Yoke, 26 (Tay’s employee) and farmer Lim Poi Keong, 51, each jailed for four days and fined RM15,000 or in default seven months’ jail for making 11 copies of the DVD.

The fourth person, Tan Kim Chong, 48, has claimed trial in the Johor Baru magistrate’s court to the charge of possessing the DVD.

It is reported that two more men in Johor Baru have been arrested for having six Chua Soi Lek sex DVDs each.

While public opinion is in general agreement that the trio had committed offences under Section 292© of the Penal Code, it is also the general consensus that the sentences of jail and fine were excessive, unjustifiable in the public interest and therefore detrimental to the cause of justice.

Public confidence in the administration of justice and police maintenance of law and order are not served if it is perceived that the law enforcement agencies are overzealous in a case which affect a former government Minister when similar zeal has not been shown to make the streets, public places and homes safe for Malaysians, visitors, tourists and investors.

Police should stop misallocating their limited resources to try to hunt down all who possess the Chua Soi Lek sex DVD when their total focus must be to make Malaysia a safe country again and to restore to Malaysians their fundamental right to be free from crime and the fear of crime.

The Police had announced that it would conduct house-to-house search in Muar and Batu Pahat for those in possession of the Chua Soi Lek sex DVD, which is a shocking misallocation of police resources, gross abuse of police powers and an intolerable and unacceptable violation of privacy of ordinary Malaysians.

Why don’t the police start first with a house-to-house search of MCA Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, Members of Parliament and leaders for the Chua Soi Lek sex DVD as the police can be assured of a bountiful harvest?
That Malaysia is even more unsafe for its citizens, visitors, tourists and investors could be seen from the endemic crimes which have sadly become a common occurrence in the country.

Some of the crimes reported in the past few days include:

• The “terrifying” armed robbery of a family of nine in Lucky Garden, Rasah, Seremban on Saturday night where five men armed with machetes robbed a family of about RM100,000 in valuables, after threatening to harm the sons and rape the daughters of the family.

• The hours of terror ride by former TV3 newscaster Wan Zaleha Wan Radzi who was assaulted, robbed and hijacked by three men in Pusat Bandar Damansara, Kuala Lumpur last Tuesday.

• A graphic designer with a Chinese daily who was kidnapped and gang-raped near her home in USJ6, Subang Jaya last Wednesday.

Today, I received en email about a new crime method by snatch thieves which the public, particularly womenfolk, should be aware and be on the look out, viz:

“I was driving along SS2/22, Petaling Jaya going towards Damansara Jaya. This street is totally residential one street off the main road.

“About 10 houses in front of me was this young lady walking by a car parked along the grass patch outside one of the terrace houses. As she was reaching the rear end of this clean decent looking Silver Proton Waja, I noticed the engine started and the left rear passenger doors window was being wound down.

“Suddenly a man emerged out of the rear passenger doors window his entire torso! and making a grab of this ladys handbag!!!! As this man emerged from the cars window, the Silver Proton Waja was pulling out of its parking position slowly not in a hurry with the man from within just dragging the lady and her handbag along until she gave it up!! Then they drove off slowly no hurry!!!
“All the above happened in front of my eyes in less than 30 seconds!!!!!

“Her screams and cries did not help! No one came to her rescue in fact a middle age woman ran into her house upon seeing this happening right in front of her house only to come back out to lock her gates after the car has driven away! Do you blame her? The thieves were so bold!!!!

“By the time my car reached her, the Silver Proton Waja had turned the corner. She was very shaken but thankfully only slightly hurt her pants were torn as were her slippers bloody knees, shins, palms and elbows. On the way to the police station, she told me that she had noticed that there were 3 men she identified them as Malay men in the car.

“I could not believe my eyes when I saw what was happening thus did not have the instinct to take note of the cars registration number. Ive always thought that would be the first thing I would look out in an incident like this but NO I was too shocked simply watching this scene being played out right in front of me!!!”

The streets and public places in the major towns in Malaysia are no more safe, with predators and criminals on the prowl for victims from the innocent and defenceless public. Making the towns and the country safe again should be the top priority of the police instead of the police on the prowl for the Chua Soi Lek sex DVDs as if this is its topmost concern!

Otherwise, more tragedies like the front-page report of China Press yesterday, where a nurse locked up the iron grill of a 24-hour clinic in Johore Baru and refused to allow a very sick 37-year-old welder entry at about midnight for fear that he could be a robber, resulting in delays in sending him to the Johor Baru Hospital and his totally avoidable death before arrival.

This is one case which highlights the breakdown in Malaysia not only of the medical and health system but also the maintenance of law and order system – a terrible beginning for the new year of 2008.

It is therefore inexcusable and unacceptable misallocation of limited police resources to be more zealous about hunting for the Chua Soi Lek sex DVDs instead of restoring the fundamental right to personal safety for all Malaysians – particularly when there are so many serious crimes still awaiting resolution, like the brutal murder of 8-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin in September last year.

  1. #1 by ahluck on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 12:50 pm

    now more CDs be distributed because it is in PRDM’s hands….

  2. #2 by cheng on soo on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 12:55 pm

    Yes, to a lay man, just don’t know why police so hard working on this DVD! so many more urgent, n important cases!

  3. #3 by bystander on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:01 pm

    Why spent so much rsources on 1 person’s indiscretions? the stupid old man asked for it. he is in public office and as such should be morally whiter and higher than rakyat. if not, dont be a YB. why not allocate all these resources on preventing, fighting or solving some of these crimes committed on rakyat? Really sick of these morons and HP6 govt.

  4. #4 by yyh on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:02 pm

    this IGP never seems to get his priroity right. he is behaving as if he is a politician. for once, relook at your main role, which is to provide security and to uphold law and order without fear and favour.
    does the citizen have to undergo any signature exercise to tell you that law and order is breaking down and that as taxpayers we are not even enjoying the basics of life which is to live in safety and peace.
    Kit, looks like if there is another initiative, there will be many more thousands that will sign up in protest against the most inefficient and incapable IGP in the history fo Malaysia.

  5. #5 by budak on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:05 pm

    how come the actor and actress no FINE & JAIL…?

    and also the INCOMPETENT police still cannot find the Art Director and Produce of the film..?

    but not start punishing the RAKYAT whose enjoying the show…

    real egg-tart country..!

  6. #6 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:10 pm

    Ismail, however, declined to say whether Chua would be investigated for indulging in oral sex which, under Section 377A of the Penal Code, is described as “carnal intercourse against the order of nature”.

  7. #7 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:12 pm

    When ministers do it, it`s ok.
    To watch ministers doing it is not ok.
    Someday it will be an offence to make a police report.

  8. #8 by justice_fighter on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:18 pm

    because they are trying to save the ‘face’ of the corrupt and failed BN government…. they already ‘no face’ lah….

  9. #9 by jigsawpuzzle on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:22 pm

    What a bloody waste of resources.

  10. #10 by bystander on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:33 pm

    The trouble with our public servants incl the police is that they think they are the masters of the rakyat and they are all out to please the politicians who are their pay masters or jar fillers. Do they know who is the paymaster, job functions/duties/responsibilities and kpi? What a bunch of morons/thieves in govt and public office.

  11. #11 by Libra2 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:38 pm

    Why didnt the police check MCA leaders’ houses. They must have seen the tape before concluding that the actor was Chua.
    Sex tapes can be found in almost all homes, including homes pf police officers and magistrates. So why be hypocritical.

  12. #12 by jus legitimum on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 1:39 pm

    It is high time the police increased street patrol and doubled their effort to fight crime.They have got better pay like every other civil servant in the recent pay hike.The police should not wait till more and more people become victims of crime and reduce its reputation to zero.Bangun ,rajin kerja,berani dan cekap.Live up to your motto.

  13. #13 by ktteokt on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:11 pm

    Malaysian police always like that! This is the latest development and they must show their enthusiasm in pursuing till the end. They have forgotten their original duty in ensuring public security.

    We have snatch thieves injuring the public, we have robberies everywhere, we have burglary committed, we have rapes, assaults, and other crimes, we have Mat Rempits, we have Ah Long, we have…………… All these were supposed to be handled by the police but they had the time to go house to house in search of the famous “Made in Malaysia” pornography.

    Is it because they want to show that they are so concerned about the “reputation” of a single rakyat, just because he was the Minister of Health? Whatever reputation he had was totally destroyed and flushed down the drain the minute he admitted publicly to the scandal. So what is there to be concerned about?

    Why should possessing the CD be such a big issue? If it had not been made, then there will not be one to be circulated around. So they should go after the main culprit and not the people who own the CD.

  14. #14 by pulau_sibu on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:16 pm

    Can the police set up a website allowing the public to go and download the video? Then they trace the address of the downloaders and arrest them. Guys, please becareful with your downloading. Boleh police are fishing and you may end up with troubles.

    I also wonder if the police are the one who set up these security cameras. If not, police have to show us the actual persons doing it.

    Will some one make a police report asking the police to investigate Chua and the woman? Make sure there was no ‘dealing’ of any form involved.

  15. #15 by ahluck on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:21 pm

    that is why i call PRDM (polis raja dimalaysia). ikut suka saya (ISA) policy.

  16. #16 by Godfather on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:24 pm

    “House to house search in Muar and Batu Pahat”. Hmmmm….if they are as diligent in conducting house to house searches in the Klang Valley for snatch thieves, rapists, and murderers, we would all be sleeping easier at night.

    The Nurin murder is yet unsolved. The murder of the two cops in a drug raid is also unsolved. The serial rapists who took young women for terror rides are still out there. Snatch thieves are everywhere.

    Misallocating resources is nothing new for a government that is bankrupt of ideas. It is only through the misallocation of resources that leakages can occur.

  17. #17 by People on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:33 pm

    They have done the damage and now its damage control time !! Need to create a scene to project “caring” image!!

  18. #18 by Cinapek on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:38 pm

    Possible PM and DPM also have copies of the DVD? Don’t they need to view it before confirming it is CSL and act accordingly when CSL went to see them?

  19. #19 by ngahc on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:41 pm

    Is there any international crime rate index so that we can benchmark our country’s to other country’s.

    We have world university ranking, corruption index, and media freedom index that clearly exposes our weaknesses vis a vis other country.

  20. #20 by g2geetoo on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:52 pm

    I think Chua Soi Lek has enough embarassment to cope with right now. Spare the man!

    The police should instead put their resources to fight crime like drug dealers, prostitution, smuggling activities, human trafficking, money laundering and many many more.

    You can catch all the action in Cyber space. How many can you arrest? Let us remember Chua Soi Lek as a Honourable man………….with great sexual appetite.

    End of story……..but fight another day!

  21. #21 by shortie kiasu on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 2:53 pm

    Fully agreed with what YB Lim had said above.

    Just because Chua Soi Lek was a Minister in the cabinet does not mean that the police should accord him special privilege and priority in his SEX case.

    Mind the police, they should be aware that Chua himself had committed offence of ADULTERY and SEXUAL MISCONDUCTS in the first place, and he should be prosecuted in the court of law which shall decide the outcome.

    It was because he was the one who committed offence that gave the opportunity to others to record the visuals of his SEXUAL ACTS and for certain purpose.

    If Chua Soi Lek never venture into his SEXUAL ADVENTURE and SEXUAL TRYSTS for his own SEXUAL satisfaction, who would ever be able to record anything?

    Right, the police should have known not to waste their resources on a futile chase.

    The IGP was being indiscreet to get himself carried away in the limelight that he wanted to have a share in. That is not the way to be professional as a policeman. Why should the police be drawn into the political vortex of a squable with the MCA?

    It is a shameful episode to be reflected on Ong Ka Ting & his cronies as well as on the whole of MCA that would take them years to clean the dirty marks on them.

    Members can stooped so low, member in power can wantonly conduct himself for SEXUAL ADVENTURE AND SATISFACTION.

  22. #22 by kanthanboy on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 3:03 pm

    This is another typical example of selective prosecution and rot in the judiciary. The AG only prosecutes the small flies like farmer and beauty salon employee whereas those big snakes who are responsible for the production and distribution of the DVDs are exempted from the law. In imposing hefty fines, the magistrate was merely doing the bidding of the prosecution.

  23. #23 by Rocky on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 3:05 pm

    mesra rakyat is their motto? Damn the cops only want to serve a few and for the few they give everything.

    did CSL have a permit for his gathering in B.Pahat?

    our police have no time for small people like Nurin’s family etc. Their priorities are different and they say we don’t respect them or help them

  24. #24 by grace on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 3:17 pm

    The police action on those DVD sellers is a reflection of the state of our government: CONFUSED AND DIRECTIONLESS.
    They no longer know what are their priorities.
    While I do not condone selling of pornography, I am amazed at the way police handle this issue. There are more serious crimes in the country which IGP should solve.
    In case the IGP is so dense that he could not grasp the issues at hand, he should consult Mr. Lim.
    Or I can name him a few to start with. (1) The ever increasing number of murder and rape (2) The number of fatal accidents due to negligence of drivers (3) Snatch theft is still growing
    IGP, please act on these few first. They affect our lives abd security. Chua Soi Lek DVD DEFINITELY DOES NOT AFFECT US AT ALL> IT DOES NOT CAUSE ANY HARM TO MAJORITY OF US!
    GOT IT!!!

  25. #25 by xaviers on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 3:54 pm

    We all know the nabbing and arrest are for show, that something is being done.

    I am not surprised by the move.

    PDRM got all the priorities wrong.

    Most Malaysians have forgotten about the grievous and horrible crimes, that drive fear to each and every individual. … so sad

    Bet the cases are marked as unsolved and place is some box in some water leaking room.

  26. #26 by Jeffrey on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 4:14 pm

    The main justification for investigating the sex DVDs was to ferret out and determine who was the “Black Hand” who invaded Dr Chua’s privacy and masterminded his political fall from grace. There is no indication that this has been done except harrassing those who have the DVDs either for personal viewing or commercial motives and announcing an intent of authorities to conduct house-to-house search in Muar and Batu Pahat, which is a process that will violate everyone’s sanctity of home and also privacy. Surely any investigation to punish those who violated Dr Chua’s privacy should not be used as a pretext to violate everyone else’s privacy by conducting house-to-house search! The priorities have all been mixed up.

  27. #27 by sotong on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 4:21 pm

    This is to prevent another case involving Ministers/politicians.

  28. #28 by raven77 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 4:22 pm

    Someone should just stick the two volume DVD in the net and be done with it……lets see what the police will do after that……..bunch of morons who have no principles ….Police tak tau malu ka

  29. #29 by melurian on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 4:27 pm

    jail four days ? what kind of punishment is this ? is this some kind of abuse ?

  30. #30 by shiver on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 4:29 pm

    have any of you been to a pasar malam in the klang valley? those DVD sellers are selling what? have you seen those porno dvds on display? my gosh, for two years now they have been blatantly selling.
    and here they are catching people who have a disgraced health minister porn and putting some ridiculous amount of fine imposed.

    they must think the chinese are still rich. strange, i cant even meet my monthly bills sometimes. damn fed up.

  31. #31 by DarkHorse on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:01 pm

    “”The Police had announced that it would conduct house-to-house search …. possession of the Chua Soi Lek sex DVD, which is a shocking misallocation of police resources, gross abuse of police powers and an intolerable and unacceptable violation of privacy of ordinary Malaysians.” KIT

    It sure is a gross misallocation of police resources when the police should be working hard to make our streets safe. Not to mention the abuse of power. Could this police drive be a reflection of the concern of some key elected officials that there may be other pornographic material out there that has nothing to do do with Chua now that the GE is in sight?

    Privacy rights? In a country best described as a police state, that sounds almost comical, does it not?

    My office was broken into more than once within a short span of time. Neighbors downstairs called me whilst the burglary was in progress and called the police. Another time they managed to carry down the safe. What did the police do? They came, took down reports and went away happily feeling that they have done their job!

    That’s police work at its best.

    Coincidently, when I was in London, a single burglar entered my apartment and escaped with jewelery. What did the police do? They came and dusted for fingerprints and showed me some photographs of jewelery and asked me if I recognized any. Then they told me many houses were burgled the same night and it looked like it was organized. They asked me to describe and make a brief sketch of the jewelery stolen and told me they would be in contact if any of it was recovered. That’s police work too. But I cannot imagine the London police diverting public resources which would be better spent in fighting crime and going after people in possession of some pornographic material be it involving one of their Ministers.

  32. #32 by pulau_sibu on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:06 pm

    If the police cannot help you, you have to help yourself. There are different ways of doing it.

    1. Buy the guns and shoot at the thieves as protection.

    2. Hire the cheap gangsters to protect you from the thieves, or better ask them to kill the thieves. Because police are hopeless.

  33. #33 by Count Dracula on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:08 pm

    “The police should instead put their resources to fight crime like drug dealers, prostitution, smuggling activities, human trafficking, money laundering and many many more.”

    Are you joking? These are major sources of income for the Chiefs of Police, DSPs and ACPs down to the corporals, anybody with any control over these activities.

  34. #34 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:09 pm

    If those watching Dr. Chua`s videos can be charged, then surely Dr. Chua too must be hauled to Court.
    If AG/IGP do not do it, then they are guilty of corruption and must be prepared to stand in the dock as well.

  35. #35 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:10 pm

    jail four days ? what kind of punishment is this ? is this some kind of abuse ? – posted above

    In a way yes. It is recorded as conviction and remains on file for the rest of their lives.

  36. #36 by democrate on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:14 pm

    If the sexual actor is someone else do u think the stupid police will take action in this manner ? this is another diversify of attention of our police force.

  37. #37 by Count Dracula on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:16 pm


    In other countries vigilantes are known to fill the void left by agents dealing in law enforcement. That is to be expected. But Malaysia has very strict gun laws. Possession of firearms without a license, let alone use them, could land you in very serious trouble with the law.

    I cannot imagine our Parliament repealing any of those Acts currently in force to allow the people to have guns in their homes for protection of life and property.

    The right to bear arms is nowhere written into our Constitution.

  38. #38 by budak on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:17 pm

    thieves, robbers and crooks – armoury
    DVD peddler – no dangerous weapon

    catch thieves no reward…
    catch CSL DVD peddler so easy, just visit their “usual” provider can liao… many rewards, well known and get promoted easily…

    this is called POLIS MERAJA DI MALAYSIA… :-)

  39. #39 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:17 pm

    If the sexual actor is someone else do u think the stupid police will take action in this manner ? – democrate

    They would have gone for the actors. Here the actor is influential enough to corrupt the cops and AG, so they don`t take action.
    I`m sure it happens in 3rd world countries quite a bit.

  40. #40 by Godfather on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:22 pm

    I think we should just let them continue with the harrassment of the “ikan bilis” while the big “sharks” continue to swim in this polluted pond called Bolehland. Let them stoke up the ordinary citizen’s ire against such blatant injustice.

  41. #41 by anotherdisgruntledmalaysian on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:26 pm

    A slight digression from the whole CSL scandal and abuse of resources by PDRM; why is it that this whole scandal is still getting wide and prominent coverage in the mainstream newspaper when during the Lingam Tape scandal, so little was reported, and even if reported, would be in a small column tucked away in page 11? It is abundantly clear to any right-thinking rakyat that the latter issue is far more grave than the former. The former, at most, would be a personal misconduct of a minister, who have since admitted and resigned. Shouldn’t that be the end of the reporting of the whole scandal? Why the ongoing reports everyday? To all the Chief Editors of the mainstream media (you know who you are): Have a bit of decency and save the ex-minister from further embarassment by putting a stop to the reports of this scandal, or at the very least, if you need to report it to increase your sales, then just refer it to as the “Minister DVD scandal”, please omit the word “sex”, “sexual intercourse” or “sexual misconduct”. World class journalism in Malaysia? *rolling my eyes*

  42. #42 by ktteokt on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:44 pm

    I am very sure PDRM personnel are also enjoying the performance of CSL on the CD! So why the big jazz!

  43. #43 by disapointed86 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 5:45 pm

    *burst in laughter*
    how is it possible to wipe all the DVD’s of CSL in the society..the culprit behind can just burn more of the disc and distribute it if he wants..maybe u guys don get what i mean..lets say not DVD’ bout Drugs?possesing Drug is obviously against the law..but i believe there are still syndicates around trafficking can never end…so why waste so much time for the DVD’s? because CSL used to be a minister? isnt this kind of act is double standard? come on IGP something more important…so sad we the citizen paying the tax for this police to ransack house-to-house for the DVD’s…i believe it is not surprise to see IGP cleaning the house of the ministers..

  44. #44 by melurian on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 6:11 pm

    sad sad ….
    when you get robbed, nobody want to get involve,
    when you try to help and get hurt, ppl say you stupid to get involve,
    when you fight back and got killed, the thief gets away and never be found,
    when you fight back and kill, you get for manslaughter and locked behind bar,

    why you need police anyway when you pay police to bash you instead.

  45. #45 by malaysia born on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 6:21 pm

    Someone should distribute that made-in-malaysia video worldwide. That would help to promote our country and save us some money and effort otherwise spend during road shows and trade fairs.

    When there is an efficient tool to promote the country the fellas have no iota of an intelligence to exploit it. When the whole country is burning, these fellas are busy looking for some dvd’s when such similar dvd’s are freely available in every pasar malam, in front of any magnum’s, toto’s and dai ma cai outlets.

    Is this the UMNO way to run a country? Can’t even run the country properly and trying to gain more seats in parliament…. pathetic.

  46. #46 by segar steve on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 6:21 pm

    PDRM u r suppose get ride of all making n giving problems to the rakyat..PLEASE dont forget where your salary comes from..its the peoples money not the BODOWI GOVTS MONEY..KEEP YOUR GOOD WORK GOING AFTER THE RUBBISH FROM THE STREET

  47. #47 by DarkJustice on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 6:22 pm

    Either our police force are too free and no work to do by targeting chua sok lek sex video sellers; FRU busy spraying innocent parties with water cannon; UTK protecting PM and DPM with their body guards(waste of public funds) – as if Malaysia is not safe from terrorists or political enemies.
    That’a all the work of our Polis Diraja Malaysia – a real raja more supreme than Agong under the command of PM.

    The police can’t touch the Mat Rempits(MP) as they are under UMNO protection and intend to use MP during the coming General Election as gangsters to create troubles.

    If I were the victim of wrongly arrested by police or water cannoned by FRU in last Saturday events where two innocents ,one withdrawing money from ATM was arrested, I will sue the police upside down and let the whole world know this is the BN government and how the police injured and arresting innocent public.

    So Malaysians wake up and reject them in this coming elections.ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!

  48. #48 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 6:53 pm

    Friday, January 04, 2008
    MCA linked triads in JB continue to distribute CSL SEX DVD.

    Yes, this is the latest news I received. In JB, DVDs are still being distributed for free. We’re not talking about JOHOR as a state isolated to Batu Pahat and Labis, but the town area JB itself.

    I know people who’ve been approached by people linked to triads (dvd/vcd peddlars linked to MCA) who were given the DVD Free of Charge.

    The MCA triads are really not afraid of the police at all, as they continue to attack CSL even after he resigned.

    My relative just told me he saw the full DVD quality version. In JB, it is spreading like wildfire and I think the police are going to have their hands full if they intend to sweep every single household.

  49. #49 by EARNEST on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:03 pm

    Since you asked in another thread, the word “breast” does not only refer to something which DarkHorse and Jong might have been itching to lay both their hands on. Besides that, there are at least 9 other definitions for “breast” (as nouns).

  50. #50 by cheng on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:04 pm

    CSL is already famous enough, these polis raja di malaysia wants to keep reminding the rakyat that the idiot screwed up. What a waste of newspapers space…
    Maybe some of their friends want to see the DVD, and they don’t know how to duplicate. So, they resorted to raid la…

  51. #51 by Colonel on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:09 pm

    EARNEST! Who cares!

  52. #52 by Colonel on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:12 pm

    Please don’t pollute this thread with your fixation on the “woman’s vulva and the regrowth of the clitoris” quote and unquote.


  53. #53 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:19 pm

    Since January 2003, the police are still investigating this:

    He said Soh introduced himself as a business associate of a senior cabinet minister in Malaysia who could not o_nly help with the listing of IST but also create a market base for IST products in both the government and private sectors.

    “Soh then proceeded o_n my request to arrange for a meeting with the minister. To my surprise, the meeting between Soh, myself and Dr Ling was fixed immediately at his office… Hee Leong was also present but arrived late,” he added.

    He said Ling (photo) confirmed at the meeting that “Soh was his business associate and partner” and that he could indeed facilitate with the marketing of IST products which included vehicle tracking device and black boxes for commercial vehicles.

    He added to give his assurance, “Ling said that he would use his ‘connection and authority’ to procure Malaysia’s original survey maps which IST could not have obtained.”

  54. #54 by Tickler on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:21 pm

    Those were high level security maps.

  55. #55 by Jong on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:28 pm

    “I hope you don’t take that bait above. Sometimes, it is more gentleman to walk away from a fight.”

    – Old Geezer said this in another thread and I find there’s wisdom to it.

    Dear Earnest,
    When we walked away you should get the message and I am surprised you didn’t.

    I have said my piece and if you and your friend DAPHNE just don’t get it, so be it. I will not be drawn into a war of words with you two but I am not speaking for Darkhorse. I have walked away so please just leave the thread there.

    Colonel is right, who cares! Thank you.

  56. #56 by Jong on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:34 pm

    Btw Earnest, the “itching of hands” does not concern me at all. I am a woman.

  57. #57 by sani on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:38 pm


    According to some of those guys on your Blog, they said that MCA is finally giving out something for free !!!

    Free DVD for campaign purposes ??? Sometime back someone suggested that DAP give out DVD on bad stuffs that the BN did, like BN monkeys jumping around, BN MPs abusing ladies in the Parliment, BN Menteri Besar showing bad signs + so on. Wah !!! Looks like you guys had your wishes come true. Even better, that Chua clown doing it naked !!!! And the Police is publicizing this special pornotion.

    Now that the BN jokers are scoring own goals from Perlis to Johore, from Sabah to Heaven, maybe YB, your team should concertrate more on the Royal Opposition electrol pact.

  58. #58 by vincent on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:40 pm

    The stupid sex mania politician should come out and terminate the police report to stop the house to house search immediately and start to sue the hotel manager.

  59. #59 by madmix on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 7:55 pm

    Those previously convicted of possessing porno discs got away cheap but those in possession of this lousy blurry poor quality disc got hammered real bad. Even the Terlampau Steward from MAS got away cheaply.

  60. #60 by sheriff singh on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:31 pm

    All we need is two sniffer dogs, Flo and Jo. Where are they when you need them?

  61. #61 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:32 pm

    Jong, I thought as much! Can I have your phone number, please!

  62. #62 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:38 pm

    “While public opinion is in general agreement that the trio had committed offences under Section 292© of the Penal Code…” Kit

    Where’s Jeffrey QC? Pls cut and paste S. 292 Penal Code for us. Thanks.

  63. #63 by justice_fighter on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:40 pm

    How good it is if the efficiency of the police force is as high as this in combating street crimes!!

  64. #64 by bennylohstocks on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:46 pm

  65. #65 by DarkHorse on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:47 pm

    Side bar?

    Tuesday, January 08, 2008

    The final Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in New Hampshire’s Democratic Presidential Primary shows Barack Obama leading Hillary Clinton 37% to 30%.

  66. #66 by oknyua on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 8:48 pm

    YB Lim,

    forgive me for saying this, are the police worried that another crime-lord might emerge from Johore – and they (police) are not aware of it? Not I am not insinuating anything, just a dark thought.

  67. #67 by Cinapek on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 9:28 pm

    Maybe we should scrutinise the DVD carefully again. There could be some details hidden in there besides the sex act that the Govt. wants to cover up. Everyone is looking at the uncovered actors and might have missed something there.

    The other reason is it is a lot more fun and far less dangerous for the PDRM to go after porn DVD than chasing robbers and killers. They need a good reason to make themselves relevant. Because if it is just porn they are after, just walk into any DVD stalls and you can have your pick.

  68. #68 by bolehlandor on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 9:28 pm

    My take is that the PDRM specially & deliberately choose this course of action (to go searching for lewd DVD’s). Reason is they want to have porn videos but does not want to shell out a few bucks to buy so they resort to legally stealing it from the citizens. Gawd, they will also fill their quota of arrests (of Tom, Dick & Harry) instead of bona fide criminals who they dare not touch. Such is the so-called law enforcers of bolehland. I am really ashamed of these nincompoops.

  69. #69 by justice6 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:02 pm

    the police really coconut… they think they can really clear all the dvd?? not to mention waste of resources and tax payer money.. we pay them to keep us safe but instead look for dvd.. geesh..

  70. #70 by kritikus on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:21 pm

    everybody knows who the cameraman, director, producer are and they have got protection so what the heck and why are the goons chasing shadows and staging a much obnoxious sandiwara.

    we are all made stupid and idiotic and indirectly called fools or bloody fools. are we going to stand by to be insulted second by second, minute by minute, day by day, month by month, year after year. why have we become so stupid, senseless cowards, and unconscious to this country’s blatant filth, dirt, nauseating dramas.

    i for one have been voting the opposition even though they may a slim chance of reducing the majority but very hopeful that the day will come and soon insha allah when the opposition is going to trump and trample (you know who) out into oblivion.

    wake up you citizens, the indians have woken up and the govt is going haywire and this has put the govt in confusion. the govt knows what is going to happen in the next GE and the whole UMNO party is in a turmoil and chaos. there is in fighting, scandals waiting to be exposed (just a guess), backbiting, backstabbing, vote buying, etc etc etc. and insha allah, there will certainly be divine intervention, disastrous and devastating, worst than the tsunami, or the katrina floods.

    wake up u citizens, it is hightime we do something about it whilst the govt is underestimating the peoples strength and patience we will make the difference cos ii is in our hands. dont let them take us for another 50 year filthy ride and treat us like dogs.


  71. #71 by max2811 on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:24 pm

    If someone can load it in youtube, then the police will find it unnecessary to look for the dvds. I’m in Ipoh and would like to view it.

  72. #72 by NewYorky on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:42 pm

    Stoped searching for the DVds ok. Please ensure malaysian citizen is living in safe and peaceful country. Chua soi lek Dvd wjo and who’s are having it are nothing…just let them enjoy nothing. Everything already exposed and done…so why not we concentrate on making malaysia proud in the future and economic more stronger and economic growth rate is moving upwards.

    Chua soi Lek already admit and he is enjoying sex behind his wife and family. HE should be mentality strong and not seduce by any political scape goat or sexual harasment…HE is a Doctor’s him self. If he want to gave up medical duty to work in Political…he must be strong.

    He is too eksen and arrogant….He is the one who wanna doing Qualifying Exam for medical students. Thats why he is put down to the sword by all the population. He him self act like this so wanna expect others people following?

    Others political man also playing Sex…but play safe…not in Hotel.Mr.Chua soi lek…maybe thats night you are drunk.

    Police man..come on…do your job..stop searching for Dvd…I know you all are watching in your won Balai Polis. We citizen also wanna enjoy…as long as we do our job to make malaysia…Proud and Famous.

  73. #73 by legalsabahan on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:45 pm

    Maybe the police department should ask themself, do they desserve the raise of their pay?
    they are good in gettin all those small samml wrong done by the innocent public, but can do nothing when come to a big crime. E.G
    You will get a summon when you come to a roadblock because your third break light is not working; but for those who park their car at the roadside, or make an U-Turn, nothing! how about the one who done that just to avoid the checking because they are the big crime?
    why nowadays Mr Ah Loong (loan shark) seems more powerful and efficiency thsn the police, is it because police also get loan from them, or our guardian, just ordinary useless piece of scum? when you didn’t pay Ah loong, they will find your house, or you within days. but our Policeman can’t take care of a simple fake plate number. haha, should i tell you what to do?

  74. #74 by smeagroo on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 10:52 pm

    stupid police might as well shut donw the internet bcos the video is available online.

    Dumb fools!

    And while the stupid fools are at it, why dont they do hse to hse search for any porno material. I mean hey Mr Righteous, pasar malam hv been selling porno cds for ages. Where hv u guys been? MAssage parlours?

  75. #75 by edmondyjh on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 11:19 pm

    Biasalah…police just wanna put a show only….later the news will soon be faded……

  76. #76 by toyolbuster on Tuesday, 8 January 2008 - 11:20 pm

    This particular DVD project wasn’t BK Tan’s project, so, the police are safe to be seen fighting “crime”. Any criminal activities that doesn’t concern BK Tan, will face the long arm of Musa’s law.

  77. #77 by Count Dracula on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 12:57 am

    “..a nurse locked up the iron grill of a 24-hour clinic in Johore Baru and refused to allow a very sick 37-year-old welder entry at about midnight for fear that he could be a robber, resulting in delays in sending him to the Johor Baru Hospital and his totally avoidable death before arrival.” YB Kit

    Hence the need for legislation to make it mandatory for a clinic to attend to someone in a medical emergency. It is never easy under any circumstances to prove that the delay caused his death. The next of kin are now left without legal recourse.

    Had Chua been doing his work he could have helped introduce the right kind of legislation to prevent such deaths. Instead he was more interested in sowing his wild oats!

  78. #78 by EddieTheHead on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 4:51 am

    I also suspect there is some hidden message in the DVD. Maybe it should be viewed backwards?

  79. #79 by smeagroo on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 6:34 am

    Backwards? Are you suggesting they anal-yse it?

  80. #80 by burn on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 7:13 am

    last 2week, a client was rob near puchong area after withdrawing 100K near a bank there. while driving, a new honda accord overtake and stop immediately infront of them. on the rear mirror, saw a merz closing to the car rear, then saw few men with parang coming out from this two car. friend manage to run out but left the 100K under the seat. it took them 3 to 5 mins to search the 100K. so i told him, did you call the police, his answer… kayu!

    a new accord and an expensive merz!
    as per what they say, patrol cars to reach the crime scene max 15mins after making police report! or maybe, they are too bz searching for the DVD instead!

  81. #81 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 7:42 am

    I believe that if MCA want to find out who is behind it, its not difficult. There are several international private investigating company, the most well know is called Kroll Associates who are ex-CIA with just as good resources as the agency who can track it down. In fact they likely have files on each minister/politician and their extra-curricular activities.

    It just cost money at least US$100K for a simple job but they rather spend the money chasing down DVD peddlers trying to make a living.

  82. #82 by Jeffrey on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 8:12 am

    “….// The Police had announced that it would conduct house-to-house search in Muar and Batu Pahat for those in possession of the Chua Soi Lek sex DVD…// – YB Kit.

    This is a serious matter if not a bluff.

    I think all countries practicing or even pretending to practise the Rule of Law will respect the privacy right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.

    The maxim that “every man’s house is his castle” not to be violated by any pretty officer trying to conduct a “sneak and peek” is a fundamental constitutional liberty. This is not just an issue of misallocation of police resources.

    I agree police has wide powers to search under various legislations but these ought to be exercised only if there is a reasonable suspicion on police part that evidence of crime is within the premises targeted for such a search to be valid.

    Surely they cannot go around conducting house-to- house searches at random hoping to fish, in that process, something prosecutable as an offence in advancement of their career.

    The words of what constitute an offence under the plethora of existing legislation are so wide that there is no house, I dare say, in the whole country that would not contain an item (whether a DVD or VCD, dildo, book magazine or whatever) for which an offence may be made out by the overzealous prosecutor inclined towards an ultra-legalistic interpretation of the law, thereby making every citizen a potential criminal!

  83. #83 by g2geetoo on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 8:36 am

    If someone can load it in youtube, then the police will find it unnecessary to look for the dvds. I’m in Ipoh and would like to view it.


    It’s already in the internet. Work harder, use google search and it will lead you on.

  84. #84 by Tickler on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:00 am

    “If you people try to stop our plans, we will kill you.”

    In directly related news, ICNN reports an official from the Samling Corporationrecently issued a death threat against anyone from the Penan community of Long Data Bila who opposes Samling’s activities.

    Mr. Lee is alleged to have said “If you people try to stop our plans, we will kill you”.

    Long Data Bila is a part of the Penan land rights claim that Kelesau Naan helped to catalyze.

    “In the light of the recent mysterious death of the Penan headman of Long Kerong, one of the plaintiffs of this case, the Penan are taking Mr. Lee’s threat extremely serious. BMF calls on the Samling corporation to immediately stop all kinds of intimidations and cease its logging and plantation activities in the contested areas.”

  85. #85 by Tickler on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:02 am

    There has been a dramatic 13.4% increase in violent crimes last year, of which rape cases are up by about 30% and gang robbery by a whopping 160%.

    According to the latest crime index released by the police today, the average increase in overall crime in 2007 is 7.1%. But the jump in serious crimes is much higher.

    The highest spike involved the category of gang robbery involving weapons other than firearms – from 2,723 cases in 2006 to 7,076 in 2007 – a whopping 159.5% jump.

    PM: Why is it so high?

  86. #86 by fm2 on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:06 am

    This stupid old man is really wasting our Tax payer money.

    I’m wondering why he is not wrong while doing oral sex, those that have the DVD are wrong.

    If that ‘Best Porn Actor’ is not that stupid old man, i dun think all this stupid police will so hardworking. i believe those PDRM fella is much much more dirty minded than all of us here. Wht is the gaomen doing???

  87. #87 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:48 am

    The whole SCL scandal reflected the efficiency and priority of our police and legal system.

    Efficiency: super efficient, our police and courts – CSL did not lodge a police report (or did he, without great fanfare?), yet the police acted very quickly and efficiently. They caught a few people and charged them super quickly. Amazing.

    Priority: our police mobilised resources and officers to search for and nab people selling or in possession of CSL DVD. Are the police going after the people who masterminded the taping and free distribution of the DVD? Are the police charging CSL for viewing porno DVDs, before his performance, in Room 1301, Katerina Hotel in Batu Pahat? Is oral sex a crime in Malaysia?

    Catching people possessing blue/yellow videos or catching people who committed violent crimes or who snatched handbags – what’s the priority of our police?

  88. #88 by cto on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 10:54 am

    This stupid old man is really wasting our Tax payer money.


    Chua may be responsible for other things but surely this is not one of them, in my opinion.

  89. #89 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 10:57 am

    You remember a couple of years back when, after complains by MSC status companies about illegal VCDs, they cracked down on peddlers, They dissappeared for a while but now they are just as prevalent as before.

    Now they want building owners to put up CCTV but how many people want to bet with me, it won’t make a dent, just cost more people more money and opportunities to give out contracts to cronies. How many want to bet that a few policeman already got a few companies line up to take advantage of this new CCTV ruling…

  90. #90 by Godfather on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 11:05 am

    Priority One – line your own pockets.

    Priority Two – take the easiest and safest course of action.

    Priority Three – obey your political masters.

    Snatch thieves ? How can that be a priority ?

  91. #91 by swee_ann_tweety on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 11:26 am

    people already got blog with URL to download the video. why MCA people got waste public money to hunt down people selling DVD one?

  92. #92 by k1980 on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 1:07 pm

  93. #93 by Tickler on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 1:18 pm

    The 5 steps are:

    – hiring of contract police personnel who are retiring or have retired;
    (What? No offense to senior citizens, but you want them, or rather do you trust them to erhmm…chase snatch thieves?)

    – installing more closed-circuit television cameras in buildings and public places;
    (Like what Rocky said, one of Nurin’s killer was captured on CCTV. But not only did they had to send to FBI to get a clearer image of the culprit, but in the end they didn’t even succeed in catching the culprit!)

    – setting up more police stations in shophouses and housing estates;
    (Remember the Johor towns where they were supposedly equiped with more police stations and personnel? The last thing I heard, some FHM (F*cker; Dirty and Horny) was captured on CCTV instead!)

    – appointing civilians to administrative positions and thereby releasing police personnel for their main duties;
    (Yeah, tak payah kerja! Now everyone can be a police personnel(TM))

    – fast-tracking recruitment.
    (Kuat bodek =faster promotion?)

    What a joke!

    You want votes issit? Then just dissolve the f**king Parliament and declare an election already! Not call your SIL to ‘not to speculate’!

  94. #94 by Old Geezer on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 1:20 pm

    I mentioned somewhere else in another thread that this is not a big deal.
    Thanks to the Internet, I have changed my mind and think that it is really bad.
    It was right that he resigned.
    I agreed the police shouldn’t be wasting their time because it is just a futile effort to stop the video now out in cyberspace.

  95. #95 by k1980 on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 1:33 pm

    Ah Kow, Ali and Aru are 3 ordinary police constables. Their superior gives them a choice— go after the sellers of the Horny Minister’s DVDs or go after armed criminals stalking the country. Which alternative do you think Ah Kow, Ali and Aru would choose?

  96. #96 by k1980 on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 1:53 pm

    Will the old geezer be nominated as Best Actor and “Room 1301” as Best Film?

  97. #97 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 2:41 pm

    Please reinstate CSL as an MP. He is energetic and a powerhouse. Appoint him as the Minister of National Unity, as well as the Minister of Tourism.

    His appointments will definitely be evidence-based appointments. Look how effective CSL has been in the last one week: in the Internet, Malaysians, irrespective of gender, race, and religious and political inclinations, are truly united and busy emailing and asking each other “Got or not, let me know the sites to download. Thz brader!” or “Got Part 1, but no Part 2 lah. Anyone got? Plz help.” Truly muhibbah.

    Furthermore, ‘Chua Soi Lek’ is one of the most searched terms in all search engines, raising the international profile and exposure of Malaysia. The Malaysian Tourism Board, expecially the one in Johor, should be happy. Expect a tsunami of visitors to Malaysia to view Hotel Katerina in Batu Pahat. Following the practice in the UK, a blue commemorative plaque should be erected outside Room 1301 to commemorate the historic event. A time capsule should also be placed in the lobby of Hotel Katerina.

  98. #98 by ktteokt on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 6:06 pm

    The action taken by the police on the crackdown of those owning the DVD is analogous to the action taken by the 300 fully armed FRU men against 300 peaceful demonstrators holding candles. Does anyone realize that this means we need a 1:1 effort for a fully armed military personnel to suppress or control an individual who holds nothing but a harmless lit candle? Can we expect such military personnel to be put on the battlefield in the event of an outbreak of war in the nation?

  99. #99 by lhteoh on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 8:35 pm

    bottom line is we don’t have good leadership to manage this country. is time we vote for the change before it is too late. changes can not be worst than the worst now.

  100. #100 by pulau_sibu on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:17 pm

    Stupid. people download from the web site free of charge. who needs to carry the CD? our police is really out of date, never keep themselves abreast with the information technology

  101. #101 by shaolin on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:28 pm

    PRDM – no need to work so hard to ban Malaysians
    watching Dr. Chua Soi Lek’s sex video… No point
    banning it in M’sia. The video is already in the net
    and people can watch that sex video worldwide man…
    So how the PRDM can control people from other
    countries to watch the VCD??

    Better spend more of your time and efforts to catch
    more thieves from our Cabinet Ministers involve in
    stealing billions of money belong to the country.
    You Fools and Stupid donkeys…Wake up your idea!!!

  102. #102 by undergrad2 on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:30 pm

    “The maxim that “every man’s house is his castle” not to be violated by any pretty officer trying to conduct a “sneak and peek” is a fundamental constitutional liberty.” Jeffrey QC

    This ‘maxim’ deserves to be carved in stone in our Constitution, the way it is in the U.S. Constitution.

    “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be seized.”

    Police in Malaysia can enter and search your house without a warrant, and should they find anything that could be evidence to a crime even though it has no relevance to the search, it could be used in court! That without more makes for a police state.

  103. #103 by Old Geezer on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:55 pm

    “Will the old geezer be nominated as Best Actor and “Room 1301? as Best Film?” k1980
    That old geezer gave Malaysian men some hope. I can tell you he was impressive. Orang tua boleh.

  104. #104 by shaolin on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 9:59 pm

    No point recruiting 10,000 more polis recruits as it is
    a waste of our tax-payers’ money…!!

    Looking at the way PDRM going house to house to
    check Dr. CSL’s sex DVD; you know the police is so
    stupid. People will not wait for you to arrest them in
    the house for possessing Dr. CSL’s sex DVD!!

    Nowadays, IT is so advance and hi-tech, we do not
    need to have DVD to watch Dr. CSL to perform sex
    show!! Instead one can watch it from the net itself…!
    So how can the PDRM eradicates this sort of sex video

    PDRM, stop doing the stupid act now and do something
    more useful…!! Benar benar Bodoh!!

  105. #105 by chiakchua on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 - 11:22 pm

    Yes, it is a stupid act. However, it could also be their tactic to instill fear of what the police could do if the rakyat go overboard on some sensitive issues. Aftermath of HINDRAF. Show of power by UMNO through the police force.

    They are lazy to patrol the streets as deterrent to crime; these criminals don’t bribe.

    They are most efficient to set up speed trap or hide somewhere to wait for you to commit some traffic offense; the driver will be sweet-talked to buy their way out!

  106. #106 by ktteokt on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 9:04 am


  107. #107 by Jimm on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 9:54 am

    In Malaysia, it’s who you know that makes a hell big of differences/different to what your life will be.
    Swallow it…

  108. #108 by HJ Angus on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 12:50 pm

    We also need to take care of our own affairs; especially safeguarding our children.

    Most times when the police are called, it is already too late.

    But this surge in crime confirms that we still need the IPCMC.

  109. #109 by cheng on soo on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 2:02 pm

    DVD is not the only way to record CSL “wayang”, can record on video tapes, computer hard disks (that disk can be outside Msia), thumb drives, emails (can be in emails memory of someone outside Msia), upload in you tube,and other websites. So pdrm must work harder (may hv to go outside Msia to do the search etc.) to eradicate this CSL “wayang” ! Otherwise pdrm still get grade “F” for this!

  110. #110 by AhPek on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 3:29 pm

    It certainly is unthinkable to think the police has come to be that arrogant to announce that they are going to do a house-to-house search in Muar and Batu Pahat to catch anyone with Chua Soi Lek’s sex dvd.This as Jeffrey rightly puts it is violation of our fundamental constitutional liberty and a blatant invasion of our privacy.Granted the police has wide powers but surely this is not like someone in Muar or Batu Pahat is hiding paratroopers who have parachuted into Johore during an invasion.Whatever reason they may have it is just too flimsy to warrant a house-to-house search!!!
    And to think of it not even a whimper is heard.Undergrad 2, you are right this is a police state.

  111. #111 by cheng on soo on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 3:35 pm

    Sorry to be say so, but Johor ppl support BN, Do they like “frinedly” policemen to visit house to house??

  112. #112 by Jonny on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 3:47 pm

    man, our RM20 can be spent to view plenty of better sex actors / actresses. Why want waste on Chua Soi Lek?

    You don’t know where can get? It is nation-wide distribution. Pasar Malam, Petaling Street, in all our local housing areas, food centres by peddlers on foot.

    Plenty of choices. Why Chua Soi Lek? try nab all these people instead.

    All the nation’s jailhouses won’t be able to keep most Malaysians even to spend a single night.

    Do forensic check on every computer. Forensic check on all govt department PCs, servers. Man, you will be surprised what you will find inside.

    And the real robbers and thieves of Malaysian hard earned money paid in various forms of tax – gets their hands on the BILLIONS OF DOLLARS – and which some projects now got ‘bailed out’ – again, using our purse …


  113. #113 by dragon88 on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 9:05 pm

    You don’t need to buy a DVD of Chua’s adventure. It is on Youtube.
    I was sent the website from a good buddy. Lock on to:-
    Have fun………….

  114. #114 by zioburosky13 on Thursday, 10 January 2008 - 9:16 pm

    Well, Malaysia’s police force are either too dumb or stupid to use their resources. Hell I think they are both!

  115. #115 by miwaki on Friday, 11 January 2008 - 12:12 am

    Police are also human and they are no saint.In Penang,we got our Soi Lek’s DVD via police man.My friends told me I could watch the video clip on youtube but my neighbor told me he got it from his customer who is a police officer.

    Do not expect police to prevent crimes since most of them will be watching Soi Lek’s DVD.

  116. #116 by scorpian6666 on Friday, 11 January 2008 - 1:01 am

    ye ye ye the POLICE are human indeed but not the PUBLIC

  117. #117 by ckl on Friday, 11 January 2008 - 2:47 pm

    Inilah Malaysia, want to attract more Chinese with dreams and ambition to join PDRM and yet doing this kind of thing. Tell me where is our future?????

    But i admit, this kind of case is easily and SAFE, no life threatened compared to facing robber.

    this is the only thing i can explain why police are so hardworking on this case.

  118. #118 by Old Geezer on Monday, 14 January 2008 - 4:56 am

    Latest news is that he is now an advisor to the Johor MCA.
    Guess what he is going to advise on. How not to get caught?

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