PKR Youth leader Nik Nazmi was arrested at 10.00pm and was released after having his statement recorded at the Jinjang Police Station.
— Fahmi Fadzil (@fahmi_fadzil) February 22, 2015
Police have said they believe human trafficking syndicates are behind the series of murders in mainland Penang.
This was what I was alluding to in my blog post in August 2014: Bukit Mertajam in the spotlight – for the wrong reasons. The news about human trafficking syndicates operating here had emerged in January 2014. (more…)
Why would a judicial police commissioner allegedly commit suicide while wrapping up a report on investigations into one of the biggest criminal acts in France in recent times?
Helric Fredou, a 45-year-old French police commissioner, reportedly shot and killed himself in his office at 1.00am, while he was wrapping up a police report after meeting with the family of one of the Paris murder victims. (more…)
Here’s a quick poll for you readers to see what you really think about the Penang state government-sponsored PPS.
Excerpt from a CCTV News interview:
JAMES: Why did you go to the press conference?
Liu: I wanted to ask the politicians what happened to my son… it was March the 19th, by then the 12th day, and there was still no news about my son, no news about my son.… I was losing my mind…
JAMES: The media has been reporting that the Malaysia police treated you badly, is that true?
Liu: No. I was surrounded by journalists and police. At first I didn’t understand what was going on. I thought they came to arrest me, I began to ask for help and was screaming “What are you doing?” They carried me out of the crowd of journalists, and someone from Malaysia Airlines told me in Chinese that I needn’t worry. My daughter said they were there to protect me, not to arrest me.
See the full interview (video and transcript) at the link above. (more…)