Friday, September 21, 2018

2 more extrajudicial killing by police that need to be investigated HOME Minister?

Wow - yet again 2 persons shot dead by police ...and one gun recovered. That means police shot dead one person who did not have a gun...or was not shooting at them... 

The duty of the police is to arrest people...not shoot and kill. 

And guess what, the police now allege that these 2 were involved in 15 robberies...well, if the police knew...why were these people picked up by the police before this? Was there any notice that the police were looking for these 2 'foreigners'...



While MADPET appreciates the fact that the new Pakatan Harapan federal government is in the process of establishing an Independent Police Complaints-Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) as mentioned by the Minister of Home Affairs Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on 22/5/2018, steps need to be taken now to immediately investigate these police ‘shoot to kill’ incidences. Delay is not an option.

MADPET proposes that the Minister immediately appoint an interim Task Force, to immediately investigate these cases. Further, the Minister and/or the government should maybe order that inquests (or inquiries into the deaths) be done for all such cases, where police shooting resulted in deaths.


Another man with a machette shot and killed by police? Speedy INDEPENDENT inquiry needed?

Extrajudicial Killings Need Speedy Independent Investigations - 6 Reported Shot To Death By Police After Pakatan Harapan Became Government.





Two foreigners linked to 15 robberies shot dead by police

Last update: 21/09/2018
KULAI, Sept 21 (Bernama) -- Two foreigners suspected of committing a spate of robberies in Johor were shot dead by the police in Bukit Batu, Jalan Sedenak here early today.

Johor police deputy chief Datuk Mohd Kamarudin Md Din said in the incident at 4.15 am, the suspects were cruising suspiciously in a car when policemen in a patrol car ordered them to pull over.

Instead, the driver of the car rammed into the police vehicle and tried to sped away before it skidded.

“At that juncture, the men began firing several shots in the direction of the policemen,” he told reporters when met at the scene.

Mohd Kamarudin said the police returned fire, killing both of them and seized a revolver, a machete, face mask and gloves.

“We believe we have solved about 15 robbery cases which occurred in Johor, especially in Johor Bahru, Pontian, Kulai and the surrounding areas. The latest case was in Pontian yesterday,” he said.

Mohd Kamarudin said the deceased, in their 30s, were believed to have been part of a bigger group, adding that the police were tracking down the remaining members of the group.

Meanwhile, he said about 50 robbery cases reported this year in Johor were linked to foreigners.


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