Friday, January 23, 2009

The Home Minister and IGP Owe The People An Explanation...

23 year old Kugan A/L Ananthan was only a car theft suspect. And this is what happened to him while he was held in police custody.

Dead. According to our infamous Selangor CPO, Kugan collapsed and died after he was given a glass of water during the investigation. But when the relatives barged into the morgue, this was what they found. The Truth behind Kugan's death.








Kugan was brutally beaten to death Alive during one of their so called investigation session. Otherwise, how are they going to explain all those bruises and cuts that were inflicted on Kugan's body. And instead of explaining to the people, the police arrogantly tried to sidetrack the whole episode by reverting the issue to morgue barging by several deputy ministers.
Sure looked like our police force are just a bunch of licensed thugs or henchmen interpreting laws their own ways and taking law into their own hands. Wait a minute: What am I talking here? Law? Is there law involve here? Lawless police, I should say.
It should be interesting from now. Especially how our Home Minister, IGP or perhaps, CPO Khalid is going to spin their stories with all these glaring evidences.
It would be a grave mistake to let those responsible off the hook. It doesn't anchors well to The People's expectation. The People want those responsible to be sent to Hell!
This Cowardice and Brutal Act is a Disgrace to the Nation and The People! And this is not the isolated case. There were more cases dated few years back. Stay tune for the compile list.
Update:

23 people died in the country’s police lock-ups between 2002 and July 2003. Out of this total, 16 died in 2002. During the same period, 425 prisoners died during their incarceration, 237 of them in 2002; this is an average of 19.75 deaths per month. The monthly average for the first seven months of 2003 rose to 26.86 deaths per month, with 188 fatalities reported in prisons nationwide. Deputy Home Minister Chor Chee Hueng refused to specify the cause of the deaths.

Asian Human Rights Commission - Malaysia

Read all here or here..

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Aya a very sad case lah Our police have been watching too much confiscated Dvd all the terrorist movie like 24. So wanted to learn how to torture abit but who knows they are all half past sick one so over done loh. If not what happen to the poor guy bitten by rats while in custody???

Estrelita Soliano Grosse said...

That's my son's age. I can only imagine the horror felt by the family.

May they find the truth and closure to what is so terribly wrong in today's world.
:(

Fair said...

This is so barbaric, cruel ,outrageous and saddening , we shall not rest until the culprits are brought to justice !