“Polis Raja Di Malaysia”? January 17, 2008Posted by elizabethwong in Bebal-ism, Current Affairs, Democracy, Huh?!, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.
Read and weep, Malaysians!
“Meanwhile, another Bersih supporter Norazimah Mohd Noor was charged under Section 504 of the Penal Code with allegedly provoking a police officer on the same day.
According to the charge sheet, Norazimah had allegedly provoked Public Safety Division and Kuala Lumpur Traffic chief ACP K Kumaran with the knowledge that her action would cause the police officer to disrupt public security.
Norazimah was also given the option to plead guilty to a separate charge under section 14 of the Minor Offences Act – for calling Kumaran kurang ajar (you are rude) and sombong (you are arrogant.)
For the first charge, if found guilty, she faces a maximum two-year jail sentence or a fine or both. As for the second charge, Norazimah could be slapped with a fine amounting to RM100.
Norazimah claimed trial and Magistrate Aizatul Akmal Maharani set bail at RM800. Trial was set for Dec 17 to 18 this year. (Source: Malaysiakini, 17 Jan 2008)
To Norazimah’s credit, she waived the easy route of merely pleading guilty and paying the small amount. And to think, we can use adjectives such as ‘arrogant’, ‘rude’ even ‘stupid’ etc. on deserving MPs and Ministers, but not on the police?
The Rakyat should be Rajas, not the police or the BN in Malaysia.
Time to teach these pretenders a lesson.
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