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“Polis Raja Di Malaysia”? January 17, 2008

Posted 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.
Stop the Rot. Vote for Change.



1. kerinchiguy - January 17, 2008

Sorry . I am a bit lost here. Do you mean to say that Norazamah by calling Kumaran ill-mannered (kurang ajar) and arrogant (sombong) might “cause the police officer to disrupt public security.”

In other words, Kumaran might lose his cool ? If so, what kind of police officer is that? Or am I reading it all wrong. Legalese was never my strong point. Please explain the charge. Thank you.

2. bakaq a.k.a. ~penarik beca - January 17, 2008

Polis Diraja Malaysia or polis raja di Malaysia?

3. monsterball - January 17, 2008

Police is saying to the public…..they are not like the corrupted ministers we can simply utter words of disrespect…yet they will block the whole residential road for their own private function illegally….daringly put out a police sign..no entry for their own private functions. They are most kurang ajar police people I have ever witness in my entire life.
“What you see is what you get”…..so goes the saying…….and we got them by our own votes……so why complaint?

4. A Few Good Looking Men Left - January 18, 2008

kerinchiguy’s (1) commetery- “Please explain the charge. Thank you”

Gestapo’s options-

1st charge=.If found guilty, she faces a maximum two-year jail sentence or a fine or both.

2nd charge = Norazimah could be slapped with a fine amounting to RM100. (Mitigated to fines if Norazimah opts for the 2nd charge)


Norazimah claimed trial for the 1st charge which means she chose to plead not guilty. (see the word “CLAIM TRIAL” and “Bail RM800”, higher than her mitigated guilty plea to the second charge ).

Very very well articulated, isnt it?

*In communist China, the de- facto rules applies to an accused- “Leniency for the one who confess (even if they have not commited the alleged crime/s), severity for the one who resist (even if they have not commited the alleged crime/s).

5. mat saman kati - January 18, 2008

Polis Raja DiMalaysia?

Correct. Correct. Korek.

6. frmad - January 18, 2008

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7. A Few Good Looking Men Left - January 18, 2008

The Charge : Obstruction of Justice (I forgotten)

8. Fire Breather - January 18, 2008

These good for nothing POLICE personnel…. HAVE THEY FORGOTTEN THAT APART FROM THEIR SIDE INCOME, THEIR BASIC SALARIES ARE PAID BY TAXPAYERS LIKE YOU AND ME? Like the government, the people by mistake elected them into power but and instead of them being scared of us citizens, we are scared of them. WHAT UTTER NONSENCE?????

9. monsterball - January 19, 2008

I hope L;iz don’t mind…I go out of this post…as I want to share my thoughts of latest developments….and non other than Mahathir.
A group of NGOs said Mahathir easily forgets and yet accused Malays ti easily forget. The spoke man said Malays remembers well…..and it is ONLY Mahathir ….. that easily forget.
And just few days before that…….Mahathir was telling the public…what a PM must or not to be.
And look at how Adnan and ex Chief Justice answer questions put to them by the Royal Commissioners. These people are suppose to be most truthful to lead and judge us!
Now .are we surprise over the police force nonsense?
It is a disease spread by non other …. our famous ex leaders.
Thank you Liz!

10. vlps - January 19, 2008

I think I should be Da Polis.

11. Sharing - January 20, 2008

The Laws are in their hands, that say it all!
Even PM can quote out of context, so why can’t Police be a copycat!
Had AG behaved in court?
Bolehland is Bolehland
To change, everyone must give their hand!
Vote UNMO and BN out
Those incoming MUST respect Human Rights!!
Any Party has claimed Human Rights up to NOW??
Those only committed to Human Rights should come!!

12. bayi - January 20, 2008

The police should keep their cool. It’s their job.

I am not inferring to this incident as I wasn’t there. But there are policemen who are a pain. They deal with the public as though the latter are pariahs. Just because they don a uniform and enforce the law, they think they are one above all the public. And that attitude shows.

13. hutchrun - January 21, 2008

I have a few questions for the DPM and it is important that he ponders hard on them:

1) Is he using the Malays in Kampung Baru as a threat to all Malaysians who wanted to exercise their constitutional rights to assemble, speak and association?
2) What will the government do if the Malays in Kampung Baru turned violent? Will the ISA be used against them as well?
3) From his statement, it is obvious that the government has established communications with the Malays in Kampung Baru. Why didn’t the government take preemptive action against the leaders of Malays in Kampung Baru for displaying violent tendency? Is the government practising double standards?
4) Is Najib’s statement seditious?


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