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Police collusion with anti-ABU mob?

Mon 2012-Jan-23 @ MYT 14:32:42 pm

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Police may have colluded with the mobsters who violently disrupted the ABU-Hindraf ceramah in Selangor on Saturday at which one participant was injured. Haris Ibrahim, one of the ceramah organisers, said one mobster is suspected of being a policeman in plain clothes. Later, two Special Branch officers who spoke to Haris seemed intent only on stopping the ceramah (as also demanded by the mob) and did not respond when asked if they were unable to control the mobsters.

Although the police insisted that the ceramah be stopped, some local residents, PAS members, had asked that it proceed, and said they would ensure no further disruption from the mob.



In a press statement, Hindraf national advisor N. Ganesan said the mobsters arrived on motorcycles within minutes of the speakers taking their seats on stage at Dewan MBSA in Section 30 Shah Alam.

A group of Samseng Jalanan rode their motorcycles into the venue, with horns blaring in an attempt to disrupt the proceedings. The crowd and the speakers on stage calmly ignored the disruption, which was a signal for the leader of the mat rempits to step off his motorcycle and escalate the situation by calling for any Malays in attendance to leave the hall immediately. Having succeeded in getting a few of the attendees to leave the hall, the mat rempits then began kicking and pushing over the publicity material and tables placed at the entrance to the hall.
Inaugural HINDRAF ABU Forum at Dewan MBSA, Seksyen 30 Shah Alam violently disrupted by Samseng Jalanan
 

Haris’s thoughts on the role of the police, taken from his blog People’s Parliament:

Now, when the police finally arrived after the mob have left the ceramah hall, I pointed out one of the mobsters who was still there to the uniformed police officers.

Later, this individual was seen leaning against the squad car and chatting with the uniformed officers. Inquiries later revealed that he was a plain clothes police officer.

SB.

Some of the local residents, PAS members, then assured the organisers that they would make sure there was no repeat of the mob barging into the hall, and that we should proceed with our ceramah.

We were making ready to proceed when 2 Special Branch officers asked to speak to us.

Sambulingam and I, in the hearing of many others, were asked by the officers to call off the ceramah so as to allow the tense situation outside to ease.

I repeatedly asked him if we were to understand from this request and advise that PDRM were unable to deal with the mob so as to allow a legitimate ceramah to proceed in the hall.

The officer just kept repeating himself: please call off the ceramah to ease the tension outside.

My sense by then was that there was collusion between the mobsters and the police.

There was a quick discussion between the several ABU leaders.

We had not provided adequate security to ensure the safety of those attending to listen to the ceramah. We would call it off to ensure the safety of the packcik and makcik in the hall.

Rest assured, we will be well prepared for any lawlessness at our forthcoming ceramah.

From any quarters.

Haris Ibrahim
UMNO, & PDRM, at their sterling best « The People’s Parliament

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6 Comments
  1. Bathmanathan permalink
    Mon 2012-Jan-23 @ MYT 15:06:48 pm 15:06

    umno at its best…thuggerism is unleashed on the rakyat while the nojib fellar can go around and spew his moderate nonsense to the world. The rakyat shall prevail.

  2. Mon 2012-Jan-23 @ MYT 20:39:18 pm 20:39

    More or less the same thing happened at that utterly disgraceful Perak state assembly sitting when elected Speaker Sivakumar was abducted by Umno’s plainclothes thugs and Ganesan sworn in by brute force. I suppose this is Najib’s shadow side, bursting through his expensive tailoring in moments of panic and desperation.

  3. casper permalink
    Wed 2012-Jan-25 @ MYT 14:15:33 pm 14:15

    Organisers had better not kid themselves that pdrm have their backs. After the bombing at Jln Duta court carpark, clear evidence sinister mata-mata work in collusion with equally sinister umno ultra’s.

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