Latest tweets on killing of Aminulrasyid

Tq 4support proposal Hanif RCI #Aminulrasyid n police shooting deaths since 2005 Can 4MCA Ministers n MCA Youth support RT @weekasiongmp
04/30/2010 02:14 PM

AG not satisfied with probe #Aminulrasyid killing n sent back police papers This is just unacceptable Set up Hanif RCI into Aminul’s death!
04/30/2010 08:18 PM

Hisham’s useless toothless #Aminulrasyid “special panel” chaired by dep home minister AbuSeman cannot inquire or recommend Utter waste time!
04/30/2010 09:46 PM

#Aminulrasyid SpecialPanel Chairmn AbuSemen: Don’t want politicians-they have special interest. DeputyHomeMinister points finger at himself!
05/01/2010 05:47 AM

#Aminulrasyid Special Panel most useless body ever set up by govt in nation’s history-cannot investigate cannot make recommendations 2police
05/01/2010 05:51 AM

#Aminulrasyid SpPanel Chmn AbuSeman dare not reveal names of all 8members Where’s transparency? Dare not criticise IGP 4ransoming nation Where’s authority n legitimacy?
05/01/2010 05:58 AM

#Aminulrasyid Why IGP ask 4inquest when PAS MP Khalid produced 2nd witness on trigger-happy police shooting n not murder/homicide charge?
05/01/2010 06:21 AM

MCA Youth leader supports Tun Hanif RCI into police killing #Aminulrasyid Will Umno Youth n BNYouth also support? RT @Khairykj @weekasiongmp
05/01/2010 06:52 AM

Msia sends police 2join UNpeacekeeping missions abroad eg Timor-Leste Darfur Kosovo SierraLeone Cambodia #Aminulrasyid Rthey trigger happy?
05/01/2010 07:17 AM

#Aminulrasyid Question 4IGP n Hisham – R all police grilled 2comply w UN Code of Conduct 4Law Enforcement Officials esp re use of firearms?
05/01/2010 07:21 AM

Have not expressed myself clearly When I put tat question I implied our police in UN missions are fully trained But why is there such high rate of trigger-happy police incidents inside country? RT @__earth
05/01/2010 09:36 AM

  1. #1 by boh-liao on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 11:21 am

    As usual, wayang saja, another sounds like it, looks like it time-wasting nonconsequential thingy
    Y Perkasa so silent on this matter? What abt Utusan? Cos no nonMalay involved ke?

  2. #2 by k1980 on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 12:30 pm

    From the news reports, it appears that Aminulrasyid has gone for joy rides in his sister’s car several times before AND WAS NOT CAUGHT.

  3. #3 by Jong on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 1:09 pm

    Enough said, IGP Musa Hassan has to take responsibility for the lack of control and leadership. Too many have fallen victims to police brutality and their senseless “shoot-first” justice practised by supposedly ‘law enforcemet officers’!

    He and the Home Minister should resign, they have no more business to stay on!

  4. #4 by boh-liao on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 1:46 pm

    Home Minister should resign – Ha, ha, ha
    Wait lah till d sun rises fr d west

  5. #5 by cseng on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 3:22 pm

    1) Umno’s doing in HS by election kills off the democracy value.
    2) Inability to access fair justice, led to denial syndrome that kills Amirulrasyid.
    3) IGP holding public to ransom kills off the accountability of PDRM.

    CAT and not Kucing is a good solution to address the above, as start. Accountability and Transparency could eliminate (1) and (2), as for (3) maybe is the Competency thing! if it is not Accountability, either he is stupid or arrogant or both.

    3 major problem of Umno: stupidity, arrogant and denial. 3 Value of DAP: competency, accountability and transparency, one counter the other, these shall sheild the society from Umno’s problem.

  6. #6 by dawsheng on Saturday, 1 May 2010 - 3:46 pm

    I thought the verdict is out long time ago, the conclusion has been reached by consensus among the Malaysian public, that the police is beyond control, they have becoming dangerous threats to our very own survival. We don’t need any more royal farce you know. The only way to eliminate these threats is to vote for a new government.

  7. #7 by cemerlang on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 12:08 am

    First of all, this boy should not have died. That is if everybody did their part in preventing him from making a mistake; a big mistake. If we can turn back the pages of time, people should have done something for example. The first time he was caught, the police should have strictly advised his parents to make sure he will not repeat the same mistake again. Second if his friends knew that he was caught, they should warn him and together stay out of such a trouble again. Even the teachers can play a part like advising him to do the correct thing in life. The whole kampung in fact can help to lead him back into a good life. But sadly, this boy was as undisciplined as the first day he took to the road. It is an offense not to have a license. Being a lawyer yourself, how do you fight this case ? In your heart you know very well that this boy is wrong. If you win the case, the boy will go off with the idea that nothing will stop him from committing the same offense because he will come back for you to fight and win for him again. Do you like that ? You will not be helping him. Next, what can’t you shoot at the tyres instead if he was about to ram into you ? Don’t shoot at the person. Shoot at the vehicle. Or put up real heavy road blocks so that he has no choice but crash into it with little injuries sustained. There are many ways of stopping a moving vehicle without endangering the life of the driver. You want his story alive. People want to know from his own mouth about his reasons for being so stubbornly unheedful of the laws. Now that he is dead, all people can do is to speculate and point fingers at one another. In actual fact, the boy knew that he is the cause of all the troubles.

  8. #8 by boh-liao on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 2:56 am

    How many vehicles on d road r driven by ppl who should not be driving them?
    How many motorbikes on d road r driven by underaged riders without wearing helmets?
    How many vehicles on d road hv proper road tax n insurance coverage?
    Y do parents condone their kids breaking d law like driving a vehicle illegally n endangering their lives and d lives of other ppl around them?
    How many deaths must it take for ppl to take these issues seriously?

  9. #9 by monsterball on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 10:56 am

    boh-liao…Perhaps one incident and IGP making the excuse to cover up his ass and protect some of his trigger happy irresponsible half past six cops.
    Strange…all killings seems to involve other races…not one is a Muslim.
    Why not IGP blame Najib approving so many Cyber Cafe..night spots..24 hour Billiard rooms and eating shops…Discos…thousands of small bars….open till 3am at least.
    Why not IGP….blame the government approving so many temptations?
    One moment…want to please youngsters to get their votes…next moment…put all blames on them…ignoring the main source for the actions and reasons.
    IGP dares to pin pint UMNO government..too liberal and relaxed attitudes…and all are against Islamic religion……he will be sacked immediately.
    Half truths…or lies are wellknown by all UMNO leaders…which includes the IGP.
    He is no people’s protector.
    He is a faithful UMNO political policeman…chosen by Najib…and since UMNO is corrupted to the core…all can conclude who he is.
    He is a thoroughbred hypocrite.

  10. #10 by moko on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 1:26 pm

    I only wish the Malay community would now see, the boy was just one of the product of the UMNO years of “Malay supremacy” driven home into the mindset of Malay’s children, that they are above the laws. If the Boy lived, he might one day be the very same trigger-happy policeman who killed him.
    Yes, a making of Iraq where muslim kill muslim because they are all did it for ALLAH.
    In Malaysia, because they’re all above the laws, taught by you know who.
    I see there is only one thing, PKR should fight for or represent now
    and that is a reverse of the Malay Mindset. The Original Malay mindset – the strong willed peace loving and uncorrupted, law abiding Malay, who ain’t afraid of sarifices for the sake of their futrue generation.

    Don’t let the boy die in Vain !

  11. #11 by mendela on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 3:24 pm

    Kit, something very fishy on the Brunei oil field deal! Sure there are lots of cover ups during this Sibu by-election period. Pls dig out all the UMNO’s worms and shits fast!
    At stake is hundreds of Billions of our oil money!

  12. #12 by ReformMalaysia on Sunday, 2 May 2010 - 7:02 pm

    Kamal Alan Nathan = 1Malaysia ?

    Aminulrasyid BengHock Kugan = 1Malaysia dianiaya

  13. #13 by boh-liao on Monday, 3 May 2010 - 1:46 am

  14. #14 by johnnypok on Monday, 3 May 2010 - 7:34 am

    1. Police are not allowed to carry guns with immediate effect.

    2. All the guns and ammunition to be destroyed.

    3. The whole department to be contracted out to HK or Singapore.

  15. #15 by monsterball on Friday, 7 May 2010 - 9:57 pm

    johnnypok is drunk and when he is drunk…he dreams of things…out of the world….just like those who ate too much have funny dreams.
    I hope johnnypok do not jump from his apartment thinking he is Superman or Batman.. or Spider-man and can fly…one drunkard night of his.

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