Why never sue back with defamation or use ISA to stop wild illegations

House of man who cried police brutality set on fire

KAMPAR: A contract worker whose son made a report that police assaulted him has been running into ill-luck. And he believes it may not be a coincidence.

On Aug 6, Nagarajan had alleged that police detained his son, Logeswaran, 10, accusing him of stealing his teacher’s purse with RM700, MyKad and other documents.

Logeswaran claimed that at least two policemen slapped, choked and threatened him with a parang and pistol and tried to melt plastic over his private parts to get him to confess.

On Wednesday, Nagarajan said two men attacked him with a helmet and threatened to “burn the house” if he refused to withdraw the police report.

Perak police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah said there was no reason for police to target the family.

Asked about the assault on Logeswaran, he said the boy could have made up the story.

HM Hamid: Cops didn’t beat up deportees

 PETALING JAYA: The Home Ministry has denied allegations that the police had “severely beaten” illegal Filipino workers who were detained pending deportation.

Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said he had no information of such ill-treatment.

It was reported in the foreign wires yesterday that illegal Filipino workers expelled from Sabah were severely beaten by police while under detention.

This was according to a member of the Philippine House of Repre­sentatives and a fact-finding committee on Sabah deportees.

It said thousands of Filipinos remained in Malaysian detention centres “suffering from inhumane conditions.”

YES, DSAI had self-inflicted his famous black eye.

75 detainees that died in that one year was suffering from Vit B1 deficiency and Malaria for about 1-2 years in detention camps. They were never tortured nor ill treated. 

Just arrest that NGO Lady with defamation for the ‘false’ allegation of torture including sexual misconducts.

Filipino deportees beaten by police

Malaysiakini news

Illegal Filipino workers expelled from Malaysia’s Sabah state have been severely beaten by police, a fact-finding body said Saturday.

MCPX

Thousands of Filipinos, including women and children, remained in Malaysian detention centres “and suffering from inhumane conditions,” said Luzviminda Ilagan, a member of the Philippines House of Representatives and of the Fact-Finding Committee on Sabah Deportees.

“Filipino detainees and those who were already deported to the Philippines have experienced severe beatings from Malaysian police while under detention,” she told reporters in the southern port city of Zamboanga which serves as the transit point for deported Filipinos.

Ilagan urged the government to provide the deportees with aid to ensure they would not return as illegals to Sabah.

Sabah a magnet for immigrants 

She also pushed for a House-level inquiry into the alleged abuses by Malaysian police. Malaysia announced a fresh crackdown on illegals early this year and thousands of Filipinos have been deported since.

The committee, composed of the Association for the Rights of Children in South East Asia, Migrante International, and Gabriela Women’s Party, was formed to investigate alleged human rights abuses against undocumented Filipino workers and immigrants in Sabah.

The state, which lies between the Philippines to the north and Indonesia’s Kalimantan to the south, is a magnet for immigrants who work on construction sites and oil palm plantations.

Malaysian authorities say 130,000 illegal migrants are in Sabah but local politicians put the figure as high as 500,000.

According to the Philippine government, an estimated 200,000 Filipinos are living and working in Malaysia without valid visas and nearly 3,000 are in jail waiting to be deported.

– AFP 

 

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