See below for the full list of injustice in Malaysia that has yet to be resolve!

Under 52 years of BN/UMNO rule, many injustice, corruption and crime has been committed by their cronies! Below is just some of the case that I can keep track! If you have more, please feel free to let me know so I can add to it!



Wednesday, February 15, 2012

How can our Police force be better if Hishamoodin is still in Power?

Veteran DAP chief Lim Kit Siang takes a swipe at Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein for still hindering the formation of IPCMC.

KUALA LUMPUR: Lim Kit Siang has castigated Home Minister Hishammuddin Tun Hussein for continuing to be a stumbling block in the formation of an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).

In his latest blog post, the DAP stalwart described Hishammuddin’s statement as the strongest proof of the continuing lack of political will to eradicate police abuses and corruption.

Hishammuddin recently confirmed that the door is still shut to IPCMC and maintained that the commission would not resolve police abuse cases.

He also said that “political will” to transform the police force was more crucial.

Responding to Hishammuddin’s statement, Lim wrote: “It was Hishammuddin who led the opposition to the establishment of the IPCMC when it was proposed by the Dzaiddin Royal Police Commission five years ago.

“The IPCMC was the most important of its 125 recommendations to create an efficient, incorruptible, professional and world-class police force.”

The Dzaiddin Royal Police Commission had even accompanied its recommendation with an enclosed draft legislation which detailed the IPCMC’s powers of investigation and inquiry to help fight corruption in the force and to investigate public complaints.

Almost immediately after the announcement, Umno Youth had shot down the recommendation over concerns that the IPCMC would be turned into an avenue by certain quarters to expose the weaknesses in the country’s administration.

Poor substitute

Two months later, the Bar Council launched a signature campaign in support of its establishment with the signatures handed over to then Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

In December 2007, Parliament unveiled the Special Complaints Commission (SCC) in place of the IPCMC which was aimed at addressing misconduct by all enforcement agencies.

Amnesty International Malaysia denounced the SCC as a poor substitute that lacked independence and failed to address the need for a mechanism that demanded police accountability for their actions.

“Hishammuddin even went against Abdullah who had publicly committed himself to accept and implement the IPCMC recommendation,” Lim said.

“The combined opposition of Umno and the police forced Abdullah to backtrack and finally scuttle the IPCMC proposal.”

In June 2009, the government also rejected the proposal on the basis that its powers were “too broad and unconstitutional”.

Lim said that the recent spate of high-profile police abuse cases and custodial deaths have once again highlighted the need for an IPCMC to address these cases with seriousness, authority, independence, impartiality and professionalism.

“With Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s ‘People First, Performance Now’ slogan, Hishammuddin should table a formal proposal to ask the Cabinet to revisit the IPCMC recommendation instead of continuing to spearhead its opposition,” he said.

Ex-royal panel chief deeply regrets rejection of IPCMC

Despite Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein’s claim that Malaysian police have transformed and excelled in fighting crime, there are those who insist that the force would have been even better if the proposed Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) had been implemented.
NONEExpressing their deep regret over government’s failure to establish the IPCMC in front of dozens of senior police officers, two former members of the royal commission on the police force insisted that Malaysians would be enjoying a better police force had the IPCMC been set up.
This position was expressed by former chief justice Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah (left), who had chaired two royal commissions on the police force, and former Bar Council president Kuthubul Zaman Bukhari, who sat on the two commissions.
"We heard the (home) minister really praising the police. In my view, if all the IPCMC recommendations were implemented, it will be a service recognised worldwide," Kuthubul said at a discussion session during the International Conference on Principled Policing in Subang Jaya, Selangor, today.
The two-day conference was attended by senior leaders of local and foreign police and enforcement agencies as well as international policing experts.

‘Still very disappointed with rejection’
Kuthubul elaborated that an independent complaint mechanism such as the IPCMC was a popular demand in many countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
NONEDzaiddin, who moderated the session, echoed Kuthubul (right), saying that he was still "very disappointed" and "sad" with the government’s rejection of many important recommendations made by the two commissions.
Another speaker, UiTM constitutional law professor Shad Saleem Faruqi, described the government’s rejection of the IPCMC proposal as a "serious drawback" in ensuring that the men in blue acted according to the rule of law.
The rejection, Shad said, was the result of robust resistance within the police force and the lack of will from senior police officers to push for reforms.
Without the independent body, Shad explained, Malaysians had no remedy if the reports they lodged with the police or other enforcement agencies were not investigated and acted upon by the Attorney-General’s Chambers.
The president of the International Movement for a Just World, Chandra Muzaffar, who was also invited to speak during the session, suggested that the IPCMC be "repackaged and reinstated" as an ombudsman that also covers other enforcement agencies in order to counter the negative perception of the IPCMC.
However, this argument was immediately demolished by Dzaiddin, who said the royal commission had rejected proposal for an ombudsman.
The IPCMC is the most important of 125 recommendations made by the Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal Malaysian Police, which was established in 2004.
Despite overwhelming support for the IPCMC from civil society, the government gave in to police resistance and shelved the proposal, subsequently replacing it with a Special Complaints Commission, a watered-down version of the IPCMC.
The second commission chaired by Dzaiddin was the royal commission of inquiry to look into the infamous "’nude squat" case, in which a video recording of a female detainee being ordered to perform sit-ups in the nude while in police custody was leaked on the Internet.

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Issues that still have not seen Justice!

1. Port Klang Free Zone scandal
2. Kugan murder
Altantuya's murder!
4. UMNO Youth assault on Kapal Singh in Parliament (JUSTICE SERVED..kind of!)
Malacca CM, Ali Rustam's corruption
6. Lingam Tape Case
8. Khir Toyo - Mansion, Disneyland and etc issues!
Kill Nizar blog/Utusan Malaysia death threat to Teresa Kok
10.Zakaria Md Deros Istana
11.Frogs, Mohd Jailu & Mohd Radzi corruption case
(the 2 has gotten acquitted!)
12.Penang Land Scam!
13.Abdul Razak Baginda Media Taboo
14.Najib's Submarine and Helicopter Scandal!
15.Elizabeth Wong's Picture Scandal
(BF still not arrested by police!)

16.Hindraf legal advisor P Uthayakumar still in ISA (JUSTICE SERVED!)

17.Private Investigator Bala's Injustice!
18.Prostitution of young girls and children
19. HumanTrafficking in Malaysia
20. Illegal VCDs/DVDs/Prostitution/Gambling in M'sia.
21. Najib's 50 million Bribery Case
22.Saiful not charge with Anwar for Sodomy
23.Bukit Antarabangsa landslide Victims!
24.M Indira Ghandi kidnapped daughter
25.Penan, Sarawak Women being sexually abuse!
26.Sujatha death (sammy vellu son's "assistant")
27. Turtle Eggs consumed by Sarawak's Police!
28. M'sian's Money lost through corrupt BN govt projects!
29. Taib's rape and plunder of Sarawak's wealth!
30. Utusan Malaysia racist article
31. RM300 million Gong Badak stadium
32. Teoh Beng Hock death
33. Selangor's BN assemblypersons spending 90.6 percent of the total state allocations within the first two months of this year.
34. Kg Buah Pala, Penang Land Scandal
35. Section 23 Muslim insulting Hindus
37. Mahkota Cheras Police Brutality
38. Biro Tata Negara - Racist Propaganda!
39. Auditor General Report 2009!
40.Churches being burned
41. 60% of Sarawak state fund diverted elsewhere

42. 2nd Finance Minister's P.Sec charge for corruption

43. Drop charges against Al-Islam magazine's journalists

44. Cow Head Protestors gets it easy from M'sia Courts

45. Najib gets away with bribery in Sibu!

46. Another death in Police custody. Krishnan!

47. Aminulrasyid Amzah Death in Police Custody

1 policeman gets 5 years in jail but this is pending appeal!

48. Police stole Chia Buang Hing money, and beat him up

49. Bernama cameraman Hairul Nizam Bahrin beaten by police.

50. 2011 Sarawak Election Scandals!

51. Ahmad Sarbani another MACC victim!

52.Police shooting youth on their knees!!!

53. Perak Constitutional Scandal!

54. Ibrahim Ali Immunity for Authorities

55. Justice for Baharuddin Ahmad

56. 6 PSM members under EO! (RELEASED)

57. Violent Demonstration in Penang

58. Tan Sri Tajuddin Ramli gets away scot free!

59.Sinar Harian attack on Christians!

60.Native Land Grab in Sarawak!

61. Project IC in Sabah!

62. Gani Patail and Musa Hassan sins!

63. The National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) scandal

64. ABU and Hindraf attacked my UMNO's Goons!

65. IPCMC dead in the water!

66. Gan Ee Seng vs Pahang Govt

67. Lynas Scandal

68. Police powerless against thugs in Klang (SMM)

69. Rela and Police Thuggery (victim S Mogan)

70. Lim Guan Eng's Son attacked by Pro UMNO bloggers


72. Strings of UMNO Thug's Violence!

73. Prove of Taib corruption in Sarawak! (29.)