Newsflash – Nat Tan nabbed by Special Branch July 13, 2007
Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Human Rights, Politics.
Around 1630 hours, Nat Tan of jelas.info and bangkit.net was arrested by 3 officers who said they were from the Special Branch. He is expected to be brought to Bukit Aman.
Nat, a prominent blogger is the founder editor of suarakeadilan.com and one of Anwar Ibrahim’s youthful officers.
You know the drill, guys – Call Bukit Aman and whack them. Otherwise see you there.
3 policemen for Nat. But not enough to fight real crime.
(PS: Apparently Malaysiakini will run this news)
|PKR staff picked up for questioning
|Jul 13, 07 5:40pm
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A PKR information bureau staff was taken for questioning by three plainclothes policemen this evening.
Nathaniel Tan, 26, was picked up from the office of a non-governmental organisation Yayasan Aman in Petaling Jaya.
According to witnesses, the policemen did not provide any reasons as to why Tan was asked to follow them.
They said the policemen entered the office at about 4.45pm and requested for Tan to follow them to the Bukit Aman police headquarters for questioning.
The policemen also requested that Tan bring his notebook computer with him.
[Full report to follow]