The full autopsy report on the death of N Dharmendran in police custody reveals that he succumbed to sadistic and horrific injuries, said to be even worse than what A Kugan endured.
News of N Dharmendran death has flashed across the world, highlighting the scandal of custodial deaths in Malaysia to a global audience.
Defying prior police warnings that their opposition gathering was illegal, some 60,000 people converged on a field next to a shopping mall on the outskirts of the capital Kuala Lumpur. The May 25 demonstration marked the climax of a series of rallies across Malaysia to protest alleged irregularities and fraud at recently held general elections.
Update: One week has passed and yet, we still have not been told the identities of the landowners and the developer (the real parties behind them) involved in this scandalous hill-top destruction. Why the pussy-footing around this, apart from a light tap on the wrist (stop work order)? CAT, please. 23 May: Close-up images of the illegal and scandalous destruction of Bukit Gambir, Penang, in full view of the authorities.
A landslide near Halaman Bukit Gambir 1 after heavy rain toppled a 20-metre stretch of retaining wall and a section of fencing put up by a property developer. This is the area in question: View Larger Map