Cops meet RPK at Bangkok hotel


RPK, who is in Bangkok today with Haris Ibrahim, has been asked to go to the Malaysian embassy in Bangkok to give a statement tonight.

An alert was issued on the Malaysia Today website. He is apparently not under arrest so far. Free Malaysia Today reports that RPK has declined the request to give a statement at the embassy and instead met police at his hotel.

RPK was in Bangkok to meet Malaysians there and to start the Thailand Chapter of the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM). Haris and he were scheduled to give a one-hour talk followed by a one hour Q&A.

On Friday, police reportedly summoned blogger Din Merican to Bukit Aman and interrogated him for three hours. They wanted to know about his relationship with Raja Petra and about RPK’s recent TV3 interview, The Star website reported.

Does this mean RPK and Din won’t be attending the Asean ‘responsible blogging’ conference tomorrow?

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UMNO = Truth ?

It’s part of the whole plot. They will get PRK home. But they will continue to make RPK a hero. RPK wants to come home … but is afraid of being called a traitor, so they have to go through all these elaborate steps. They will go to Bangkok, meet the cops, go to the Malaysian embassy and step by step, RPK will be “arrested” and “sent home” “unwillingly” and will be greeted by his “supporters” in some “candle light protests”, with the police standing at the side, never intervening. You see, it’s all the plot to make RPK a… Read more »

Ong Eu Soon

A responsible blogger! What a transformation!

Serpico Frank

I deem to quite agree with comments of Andy as all ‘pointers’ seems to pointed that direction.Welcome home rpk, ‘home sweet home’ nothing like home. ENGLAND no good lah everyday eating ham and sausages lah. Hope seeing you around in Sg buloh. Regards to your family and KEEP SMILING ALWAYS as from NOW.

Andy CK Lim

Aiya….this is all in the The police will pick him up or later after his statement to allow him to come home. Attend a … court case and (maybe) aquitted and discharged. No evidence against those who were alleged against committing any killing. Everybody happy. RPK … happily ever after. Blind followers will swear that RPK is a REAL HERO for the people. Hey…but I remember RPK did say he ‘would NEVER RETURN TO M’SIA’ as long as there is NO CHANGE in Govt. HOW?? What happened to this pledge? Well….he will say that you people don’t understand his… Read more »


mindful and responsible blogging conference eh?… haha…

Gerakan K

RPK now is blue sea friendly.


Aiyoyo hope the Malaysian Embassy in Bangkok is not more than 3 storey high, and any windows arhh?

Gerakan K

Gila !!!

You can’t differentiate between friend and enemy !!!

Andrew I

If I had you as a friend, I wouldn’t need any enemies.

Gerakan K

Cyber friend is the exception to that popular saying


Yes, he has a right not to go, but…………..turncoat.

Gerakan K

Be nice to him. He is kataking to blue sea !!!

Andrew I

To devil, you mean?

Gerakan K

Devil and Fake angel ???

Same same. But at devil’s camp they are more honest about it


Proper definition is turncoat, trojan horse and liar

Gerakan K

Wrong !!!

The proper definition is: 2-party-system as you would like to say 🙂

Christine Yong

But this time he will go as this is a script for him to return to Malaysia….


Cheeky you Anil!
They won’t be forgotten, may be treated to #1Malaysia nasi lemak compliments of fat mama penguin! LOL!!!

Andrew I

TV3 interview paving the way for his return to Malaysia?

Gerakan K

You must be so sad. See open always. … Kataking is normal thing.

Andrew I

Makes no difference to me at all.. just like what comes out of your mouth makes no difference to me.


…we are not for sale because we have one thing that you don’t have. DIGNITY

Gerakan K

I know you must very envy to those people who have katak-ing opportunity.

See open always.


He will return to Malaysia to bash the opposition, just like Kita’s Zaid Ibrahim….


do these ‘authorities’ have jurisdiction in thailand? RPK can opt not to go to the embassy!