Saturday, April 27, 2013

Three murders in a week: Irene Ong @ Bukit Gasing, Shaharuddin Ibrahim @ Putrajaya, Loh Sing Ying @ Taman Wahyu, Sentul

Three murders in a week.
The victims were loved ones of their own families - a mother, a father and a daughter.
Do you still BELIEVE THE LIE that crime rate is down?

Customs D-G II shot dead on way to Putrajaya office

UPDATED @ 12:25:57 AM 27-04-2013
April 26, 2013
PUTRAJAYA, April 26 — Royal Malaysian Customs deputy director-general II Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim, 58, was shot dead near a traffic light near the Putrajaya police station today, police said.
Media reports say a gunman on a motorcycle shot Shaharuddin about 8.40am at Leboh Wawasan coming from Dengkil. He was rushed to hospital and immediately wheeled into the intensive care unit but was pronounced dead at 9.20am.
Police have cordoned off the area where Shaharuddin (picture) was shot and are checking the CCTV feeds.
KL police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohamad Salleh confirmed the incident and that police are questioning Shaharuddin’s driver to establish what happened.
The shooting in the country’s administrative capital increases the spotlight on crime in Malaysia, just days after armed men knifed 52-year-old Irene Ong to death in Bukit Gasing, Petaling Jaya, in an attempted daytime robbery,
Putrajaya has been battling perception that crime is on the increase, saying that from 2009 to 2012 the national crime rate dropped by 27 per cent while street crime fell by 39.7 per cent.
Police also said the national crime rate fell six per cent in the first quarter of 2013 against the same period last year.
It is learnt that the gunman fired three shots but only one hit Shaharuddin in the neck. The Customs officer’s body has been sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur mortuary for a post-mortem.
The New Straits Times quoted Customs director-general Datuk Seri Khazali Ahmad as saying Shaharuddin’s death was a great loss to the department.
It was understood that Shaharuddin would be buried at the Precinct 20 cemetery here this evening.
Shaharuddin leaves behind his wife Datin Rahimah Ibrahim and two children, a daughter and a son.

Published: Saturday April 27, 2013 MYT 8:30:00 PM
Updated: Saturday April 27, 2013 MYT 8:40:24 PM

A couple saw Utar graduate being beaten, robbed


Friday, April 26, 2013

Lunch @ Restoran Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee SS2 PJ - - Come before 12:30 PM in order to find a place

For more info, you can always go to - take note that the word 'chili' is spelt with an additional 'l'.

Now, I bet the word 'CHILLY' on the signboard is a typo and should be 'CHILLI'.

I can't imagine eating CHILLY PAN MEE, can you? ;)

Thursday, April 25, 2013

PKL 8363 BMW coupe: Carhijacked @ Jusco Bukit Indah Johor Bahru, victim is Fiona Tan, sister of Vivien Yeo, TVB star, ASTRO

Vivien Yeo’s Family Car Theft Prompts Safety Concerns in Malaysia


Originally reported in Oriental Daily:

Vivien posted her sister's FB posting at her FB page Vivienne's Paradise:


Tuesday, April 23, 2013

In cyberspace, a daughter remembers ‘mother, hero’: Murder @ Bukit Gasing PJ Chin Hui Wei tells “the ugly truth” #prayforhuiwei


I finally found the blog that Chin Hui Wei posted her original story 'My mother, my hero'.

Link here:

In cyberspace, a daughter remembers ‘mother, hero’

April 22, 2013
People trek on a hiking trail at Bukit Gasing, in Petaling Jaya February 22, 2011.—File pic KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — On Saturday, Ong Ai Sam, 52, fended off two robbers in a desperate bid to buy her daughter time to escape. She succeeded, but paid for it with her life.
This is the message her daughter wishes she could hear.
My mother, my hero
I remember. I remember everything.
A few months ago in English class, my teacher asked us to write about the person who we admire. I wrote about my mum. A month ago for my English March Test paper, the topic I wrote about was “My Hero”. I wrote about my mum. During my test, I had writer’s block so I simply wrote out everything i knew about my mum: her childhood, achievements, etc. My mum is my hero. She always has been, she always will be.
20th April 2013.
Mama left early in the morning for some event her Kiwanis Club’s K-Kids had planned. She came back home with lunch for me and Milo ais. I remember grumbling to her because I didn’t want to follow my parents jungle trekking. I did anyway. We had to set up a trail for my father’s running group so mama was carrying a bag with just plain paper in it. I remember grumbling to my mum as we went up and down the hills of Gasing. She told me we’d be out soon. After two hours of trekking in the jungle, we finally hit the road. It was the road in Gasing leading up to the temple. We decided to walk back down to the car.
As we walked down the steep road, there was nobody there. No people, no cars. Just the two of us. As we nearly reached the first house, we heard a motorbike sound from behind. We turned around and saw two men on a motorbike. Mama said walk further in onto the pavement so we did. As the motorbike drove past us, they stopped. The man from behind jumped off. My mum pushed me to the back and told me to go. The man attacked my mum straight away, without saying any words. The knife he used was just a normal kitchen knife, the blade was about 10cm long. As my mum tried to protect herself, she turned to her left, only to be stabbed twice on the back of her right shoulder. She was struggling to escape. The attacker then proceeded to stab the back of her left shoulder. Mama tried so hard to escape. She fell on the ground and the attacker pulled her on the road and stabbed her thigh. I tried to help but the attacker thrust the knife my way so I ran back further. I couldn’t do anything but scream at the top of my lungs. I screamed and screamed. The attacker hopped on the bike and rode off.
I remember.
I remember watching my mum’s body lying on the road, all the blood oozing out. The attacker did not manage to get any of my mum’s belongings. She told me to call my dad. I ran down the hill looking for help. The first house I went to, the maid (who saw everything that happened) ran in and did not even try to help me. I ran further down and saw a car. They saw me and stopped. And I told them what happened. The driver, Mr Lai, told me to get in and we drive up to my mum. Mr Lai called the ambulance and the police while I tried to keep my mum conscious. There was blood everywhere. My mum just kept saying “save me”. Her voice was so week. My dad reached the site 10 minutes later, after running all the way. Mama kept telling us that she couldn’t breathe. I prayed and prayed. She was slowly losing herself. We tried our best to keep her awake and conscious. The police arrived. We put her in the police car since the ambulance hadn’t arrived. As we reached down the road, the ambulance was there so they transferred mum into the ambulance.
I remember.
I remember sitting in the ambulance, holding my mum’s hand and trying to talk to her but she didn’t respond. I remember crying. The paramedics were doing all they could do at that point. I remember calling Eu Lim, who was at church to pray for my mum. We reached the hospital in three minutes. They rushed my mum to the emergency was. I wasn’t allowed to enter and I was so, so scared. My dad had followed Mr Lai’s car and they hadn’t reached yet. I had to settle my mum’s registration and then I had to talk to the police. My dad arrived. Then my friends arrived. I sat at the doorway of the hospital, praying and praying. 10 minutes later, my dad came out and told me my mum didn’t make it. I dropped in the middle of the hospital floor, screaming. Everyone was looking at me, but I didn’t care. A bunch of doctors came out to get me; they took me to a special room. They questioned me and they told me about how my mum was already gone when we were in the ambulance. They tried their best to revive her.
I remember.
I remember coming home. My friends just sat in silence. I just sat in silence. I was covered in blood, mama’s blood. I had to get myself together. I had to bathe. We broke the news to my sister through Face Time and that was really hard to do. Slowly, people started coming. It was hard seeing my aunts and uncles cry, my parent’s close friends, my close friends and to know I had to keep it all together. It was really hard, telling my story to everyone. It’s really hard to even close my eyes for awhile because i see it replaying in my head over and over again. Watching my mum lying in her pool of blood and not being able to do anything. Not being able to save her.
People come, then people leave. All I hear is “I’m so sorry for your loss” or “my condolences”. All I hear is people questioning me about what happened, since I was the sole witness. But I am so tired of telling this story over and over again. I am so tired of hearing other people tell this story. This is my story. This is the truth. Newspapers and reporters may twist it around and exaggerate to the whole world, but this story will remain the truth forever.
I am truly grateful and appreciative to everyone who came, whether it was for a short period, or a long time. Thank you to those who’ve brought a little bit more of hope and joy to me, even though you guys didn’t try. Thank you to those who’ve brought food and drinks, and flowers. Thank you to everyone who called, texted, Whatsapped, Facebook-ed and tweeted me. I don’t know how i became a trending topic overnight (#prayforhuiwei). I was mad at first, but then I realised how much my family had all of your love and support. Whether i know you or not, whether you knew my mum or not, all your kind words really helped. My mother was such an amazing and beautiful person.
I remember.
My mum’s last words to me were “I love you so much” dying there, on the road. I watched it all. I watched it all slip out of my hands. Now my life feels so empty. I keep thinking to myself that this is all a dream. Maybe I’d wake up and be able to avoid this from happening. Maybe if someone pinched me I’d wake up from this nightmare. But this is reality, and I have to face the facts. I have to face the fact that I’m alone now. I have to face the sounds of crying and wailing from the other room. I have to face the facts that I’m going to grow up motherless, clueless and confused. It won’t be easy, but I will get through this.
I love you so much. And I am so sorry I had to watch you die. I am so sorry I couldn’t save you. But you’re with God now. Ma you’re such a great person. Beautiful inside and out. And I thank you for teaching me your ways. Thank you for always teaching (scolding) me to be a better person. Even though we’ve had our moments, and times we didn’t see eye to eye, you’ll always be my best friend. Who’s going to pick me up from school now? Who am I going to say “HEY MA” to and tell them about my day? Who’s going to cuddle up with me on the couch and be lazy for awhile?
Remember how you used to come into my room while I was studying, and hug me then tickle me. Remember how you used to sing me to sleep when I was young. Or how you used sing when you’re happy. You had a beautiful voice. Remember how we sat on the couch, looking for coloured beads to do arts and crafts. Remember every single day we spent together.
I just saw your body, lying in the coffin. You look so beautiful, peaceful, just like you’re sleeping. And I have the biggest urge to scream “wake up”. Thank you, Ma. For giving me life, for giving me love. You taught me everything good in my life. You were always selfless, God-fearing. You were my strong pillar of hope and love. And even though you’re no longer here with us, you’re with God. And you’re happy, just like how you appeared in Lissa’s dream. And I do hope justice will be served. They’re working on finding the criminals, ma. They will be caught.
We all miss you, ma, we miss you so much. Goh Ee and Sar Ee has already appointed themselves as my “mama” and I see you so much of you in them. And it’s not going to be the same anymore. Nothing will be the same anymore. You’re not going to watch me graduate, you’re not going to watch me get married. You’re not going to be there to take care of my children. But I know you are with us in spirit, and you’re always watching over us. Please give me the strength and courage to move forward with my life. Please give me the motivation to be better. To be more like you. To spread the love and joy. Papa, Tache and I will always be grateful for you are the biggest blessing God has given. And maybe you’ve done too much good so The Lord called you home. And you are safe now, safe with God. He will watch over you (and us) and protect you. You are safe from all the evil now.
I will make you proud, mama. I will make everyone proud. I love you so much. I’ll love you every single day of my life, and I’ll never forget whatever you’ve done for me. Thank you so much. Rest in peace, mama, I love you.
* This is a post written by Hui Wei on the blog, “the ugly truth”.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Downloaded, installed and signed up Spotify on my HTC Desire S, free phone from Maxis - Playlists, Search, Radio, What's New!

Today, I downloaded the Spotify Android app. 8-)

Friday, April 12, 2013

Man in Hyundai Sonata killed by falling 10-tonne construction equipment @ LRT extension site Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang

 Monday April 1, 2013

Family of LRT site crane accident victim seeks answers


KUALA LUMPUR: For the past three years, A. Vijayasingam drove every day from Kampung Pandan to work near Ara Damansara without any incident until last Friday.
That day, Vijayasingam's Hyundai Sonata was caught in rush hour traffic along Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang when a 10-tonne construction equipment hoisted by a crane at an LRT extension site nearby fell and crushed his car.
The development executive was killed instantly in the freak accident while another driver, Arifpuddin Mansoruddin, 42, in a Nissan Frontier, was injured.
Vijayasingam's family is finding it difficult to come to terms with his sudden death and wants answers to how such an accident could have happened.
His brother-in-law Jai Ganesh, 36, said Vijayasingam had travelled along that route daily from his home in Kampung Pandan to get to work near Ara Damansara.
“My brother-in-law was a good and responsible man. It is hard for us to accept this,” he said, adding that Vijayasingam's wife was grief-stricken by the tragedy.
“She's inconsolable,” he said, adding that the construction company should have assured the safety of all motorists travelling on that particular stretch of road.
“The family is looking at the possibility of taking legal action against the construction company,” he said, adding that Vijayasingam's funeral and cremation were held at around 10am yesterday.
Later, during a visit to Vijayasingam's family by Prasarana senior officials, its group director for infrastructure services Masnizam Hisham described the incident as “truly unfortunate”.
“We came to offer our condolences and extend a helping hand to the family,” she said.
Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohamed said they were investigating the case from several angles, adding that so far, no criminal element had been found.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Sehari dalam hidup rakyat Malaysia: 1Malaysia kroni didahulukan. Malakoff, Proton, Petron, Bernas, Gamuda, Gas: Syed Mokhtar

Do you know who your money goes to everyday?!

This video gives you the answer.

Viral it!

Umno MP raps government for Syed Mokhtar’s ‘monopoly’

UPDATED @ 07:02:24 AM 24-10-2012
By Clara Chooi
Assistant News Editor
October 23, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 23 — A senior Umno backbencher today lashed out at the Najib administration for allowing tycoon Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar al-Bukhary to monopolise all forms of government procurement, saying this was unfair to smaller business players.
Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin (BN-Kinabatangan) said the government must be aware of the public’s anger over Syed Mokhtar’s (picture) “monopoly” of businesses in the “sky, land and sea”.
“Whatever there is in this world, he wants to make a business of it. In the sea, he does business. On land, he does business. In the air, he does business as well.
“If he could do business in the grave, I think he would do it too,” the outspoken Sabah MP grumbled.
“This is the problem here. He has taken on the import business... he takes Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB), MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) he wants... he wants to take everything.
“Even Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB), he wants... and he wants Johor water too,” Bung Mokhtar continued.
This is not the first time that the Umno MP has complained about Syed Mokhtar’s “monopoly”.
During the June sitting of Parliament, Bung Mokhtar had reportedly accused the government of favouring Syed Mokhtar in all business areas, including the smaller tenders, saying the logistics tycoon is “like a king”.
At the time, the MP was complaining about the selection of Syed Mokhtar’s Seaport Terminal to take the Finance Ministry-owned Penang Port Sdn Bhd (PPSB) private.
“Syed Mokhtar is like a king with so many banks backing him,” the Barisan Nasional (BN) backbenchers deputy chief had said at the time, referring to the former’s empire which has a reported total debt of RM34.3 billion, or about 10 per cent of all local corporate bonds.
The Sabah Umno leader asked, “Why must we make one man king?” and suggested instead that “we have more princes as Sri Gading and myself are ready,” referring to his parliamentary colleague Datuk Mohamad Aziz.
The surging debt of companies under Malaysia’s richest Bumiputera has raised fears of a repeat of the financial system’s collapse in 1998 that had then been spurred by the failure of Renong Bhd to fulfil its liabilities.
“I feel compelled to speak on this issue... of government-linked companies (GLCs)... and I see a tendency for ministries or certain agencies to give a larger monopoly to one single company and I think this is unfair to other firms,” Bung Mokhtar told the lower House.
“And I see a tendency for these GLCs, which are mammoth firms, big firms, but when there is an open tender, they want to bid as well.”
He said GLCs should be barred from bidding for smaller tenders, saying they should reserve their involvement to larger government projects instead.
“And why is it, when it come to mega projects, it is always Syed Mokhtar?” he said.
Bung Mokhtar pointed out that other Malay entrepreneurs were also trying hard to emulate the business tycoon, who is listed by Forbes as Malaysia’s seventh richest person.
“So I would like to put on record that I object to this... do not rely on one person to monopolise all forms of businesses in our country... and even more worrying is when this single player leads to the destruction of the country’s economy,” he said.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Maybank Investment Bank Research: PMO biggest spender in advertisements for Feb 2013 - RM36.1 million, Unilever RM13 million

Big Spending PMO

Can you believe that the Prime Minister's Department (PMO) was the biggest spender in advertisements for the month of February 2013? It’s bloody ridiculous!

According to Maybank Investment Bank Research note on March 19, the PMO spent RM36.1 million, leaving consumer products giant Unilever Malaysia a distant second at RM13 million.

The PMO alone accounts of 7 percent of total gross advertisement expenditure for that month. Not surprisingly, the main beneficiaries were Media Prima and Astro's TV and radio stations.

And that is not all. Supposedly, BN also made it into the top 20 list, spending RM4.9 billion in that month alone.

"We expect ad spend by both PMO and BN to sustain ahead of the 13th general election, which is now widely expected to be called in April 2013," read the note.

Just another example of how the present government treats the public coffers as its own private kitty. Using taxpayers’ money to promote the prime minister and the ruling BN is not only reckless but very wrong. Najib Razak is being his usual indulgent self. How irresponsible can he be! It just goes to show that brain-dead Najib is so devil-may-care!

Malaysians: It is imperative that we end Najib’s profligate ways before our country is in financial ruin!
As I See It: Big Spending PMO

Thursday, April 4, 2013

GE13: Google Politics and Elections Now On Malaysia. Citizens' Resources: UndiMalaysia

The One Place That Offers All You Want To Know About GE13 in Malaysia:

Monday, April 1, 2013

Najib, family lunch @ Little Penang Cafe The Curve!

01 April 2013| last updated at 01:20AM

Najib congratulates film fest winners


KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak tweeted a congratulatory message to the Malaysian winners of the Asean International Film Festival & Awards (AIIFA) yesterday.

"Congratulations to the four winners on receiving the Asean International Film Festival & Awards.
"You have made the country proud," he said in another tweet.
Malaysia took home four awards at the prestigious AIIFA for best screenplay, best actor, best comedy film and best action film.
Dain Iskandar won best screenplay for the movie Bunohan while Shaheizy Sam was best actor for his role in Songlap.
Istanbul Aku Datang by Bernard Chauly was best comedy, while Songlap by Effendee Mazlan was best action film.
Najib also wished all those celebrating Easter yesterday.
"I would like to wish all Malaysian Christians a happy & meaningful Easter Day," he tweeted.
The prime minister also took a short break from his busy schedule to enjoy lunch with his family at the Little Penang Cafe, the Curve in Mutiara Damansara, yesterday.
Najib, his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, and children, Norashman Razak and Nooryana Najwa and her fiancé, Daniar Nazarbayev, spent an hour at the restaurant.
They ordered assam laksa, Siam laksa, the aromatic chicken set, Penang hokkien prawn mee, iced Milo, cincau and barley, with fruit rojak for dessert.
Their hour-long presence at the restaurant drew a great deal of attention from shoppers, who took the opportunity to chat and take photographs with them.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak indulging siblings Sofea Ellyana Zakaria, 8, and Irfan Iskandar Zakaria, 5, while having lunch with his family at Little Penang cafe, The Curve in Mutiara Damansara, yesterday. With the prime minister are his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, and children Norashman Razak and Nooryana Najwa and her fiancé Daniar Nazarbayev (right). Pic by Aizuddin Saad


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