Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Shahril Jaafar, son of Datuk businessman, acquitted of murdering marketing executive, Chee Gaip Yap @ Kelab Cinta Sayang, Sungai Petani - www.facebook.com/fb.top.news

Why was Shahril afraid if he had done no wrong?

Why did he flee to Perth after being released on police bail?

Excerpt from report by The Sun Daily, "Car  salesman acquitted of murder":

The case received public attention as Shahril, 33, whose businessman father has a "Datuk" title, had fled to Perth in 2006 and had obtained permanent resident status there.

Shahril fled the country after he was released on police bail pending a DNA test, but was apprehended by police at the KL International Airport on arrival from Perth on Jan 17 last year.
He was charged with murdering Chee Gaip Yap, 25, in the compound of Kelab Cinta Sayang, Sungai Petani, between 5.30pm on Jan 14, 2006 and 3.05am the following day.
The victim's body was semi-nude when discovered on Jan 15 and she is believed to have been raped.

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The above court case resembles another court case back in 2008:

Saturday March 29, 2008

Court affirms Hanif’s acquittal in Noritta case

By RAPHAEL WONG

PUTRAJAYA: Engineer Hanif Basree Abdul Rahman is finally a free man after the Federal Court unanimously dismissed the prosecution’s appeal against his acquittal for a charge of murdering 22-year-old Noritta Samsudin five years ago.
In affirming Hanif’s acquittal, Court of Appeal president Justice Zaki Tun Azmi said he found that the trial judge as well as the Court of Appeal had correctly examined the evidence and correctly applied the principles when assessing the circumstantial evidence.
Engineer Hanif Basree Abdul Rahman hugging his mother, 68-year-old Che Norkiah Che Mahani, who became emotional after he was freed by the Federal Court in Putrajaya Friday on a charge of murdering 22-year-old Noritta Samsudin five years ago. The court dismissed the prosecution’s appeal against his acquittal following the High Court's decision not to call for his defence. Hanif, 40, expressed happiness at being able to get his life back on track and said that he would focus on his wife and three daughters. — Bernama
He said the prosecution had failed to discharge its burden in this particular case as there was a reasonable likelihood of the existence of another person who could have committed the offence.
“The most damning evidence against the prosecution was the presence of the man with the foul body odour in the apartment and the scientifically proven DNA of the ‘Unknown Male 1’ recovered from the deceased’s body which remained unrebutted,” he said.
Justice Azmi said the High Court judge was right in deciding not to call for Hanif’s defence and acquitted him at the close of the prosecution’s case.
On Jan 29, 2005, the Court of Appeal upheld the High Court’s decision to acquit 40-year-old Hanif Basree, a Shah Alam City Council engineer, of murdering Noritta, a business development executive and part-time guest relations officer, at a Puncak Prima Galleria Condominium apartment unit in Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur, between 1.30am and 4am on Dec 5, 2003.
Yesterday, Justice Azmi said the prosecution’s attempt to introduce the evidence of the man with the foul body odour to link Hanif Basree to the scene of the crime was negated by Noritta’s apartment mate Azora Abdul Hamid, a prosecution witness, who had testified that he (Hanif Basree) did not have such odour.
“Her statement was not challenged by the prosecution and neither was any attempt made to show any disagreement with that evidence during cross-examination,” he said.
Justice Azmi also said the prosecution’s case had become hampered with the existence of Unknown Male 1’s DNA and that several inferences could be made from the findings of such evidence on Noritta’s body.
He said the discovery of Hanif Basree’s DNA profile on Noritta’s body per se was not sufficient to conclude that he had caused her death .
“Bearing in mind the accused’s (Hanif Basree) intimate relationship with the deceased, innocent explanations could be given of such findings. The accused is not charged with having intimate relations with the deceased,” he said.
Outside the court, Hanif Basree said he was extremely relieved and thanked Allah for seeing him through the ordeal.
“I still believe that justice will always prevail, whatever the circumstances,” he said, adding that he could get his life back on track by focusing on his wife Noraidah Mohamad and three daughters, aged between four and 13 years old, as well as his job.
Hanif Basree’s counsel Datuk V. Sithambaram said justice had been served fairly swiftly to fully vindicate his client

Friday, June 21, 2013

Haze go away: Singapore PSI reading tops 400 - Haze Alert: Pasir Gudang API reading 323 - check air quality @ www.doe.gov.my/apims/index.php

To measure pollution levels for the major air pollutants:
Singapore use Pollution Standards Index (PSI)
Malaysia uses Air Pollution Index (API).

So, what's the difference?

Not much difference, I guess.

Wikipedia says:
The air quality in Malaysia is reported as the API or Air Pollution Index, which is based closely on the PSI.   
 Haze alert for today:

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia listed in 10 Dangerous Cities In The World: 10awesome.com - www.10awesome.com/10-dangerous-cities-in-the-world/

At number six, here is the accolade:

6. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysia also takes pride in its spectacular landscapes, a culture that begs to be discovered and explored and… a history of violence that made way too many victims. Presently, the state’s capital is said to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world, as the crime rate increased with 70% in the last three years. It wasn’t a peace on Earth display before either, but now things seem to keep getting worse.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cheras man stabbed to death in Mercedes Benz following a quarrel @ vicinity of Berjaya Times Square and killer walked towards Sungai Wang Plaza

Cheras man stabbed to death in quarrel (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR (June 16, 2013): A 55-year-old man was stabbed to death by an unknown assailant following a heated argument near Berjaya Times Square on Jalan Imbi today.
Wong Fook Lum of Petaling Jaya who died of a stab wound on his right chest was found slumped in his Mercedes Benz by police who were alerted by a bystander.
An ice-cream company delivery man who witnessed the attack told police that at about 11am, he spotted Wong and another man embroiled in a argument on Jalan 1/77B.
He said minutes later, Wong was seen getting into his car and his suspected killer who was brandishing a knife followed him into the vehicle.
However, moments later the assailant alighted from the car and walked towards a street behind Sungai Wang Plaza. The witness also told police that the slim and small built man continued loitering in the vicinity of the area. However, he was nowhere to be seen when police arrived.
Dang Wangi police chief ACP Zainuddin Ahmad said police are on the lookout for the unidentified assailant and are investigating the motive behind the murder.
He said the victim's body was sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post mortem and urged those who have information on the whereabouts of his killer to call the KL police hotline at 03-2115 9999.
The man was one of the closest uncles of my friend. My friend's story @ Facebook here.

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Xhin Fhong Bak Kut Teh @ Sungai Way, PJ - BKT house or home restaurant @ 557 Jalan SS9A/2 Sungai Way, PJ - a stone's throw from Ah Sang BKT

Credits to KYspeaks for mentioning the name of this shop or to be precise house and its location. For more info on direction - map and GPS - to this place, visit:
Xhin Fhong Bak Kut Teh At Sungai Way, PJ

I went there for the first time last Thursday, took photos but forgot to note down the name of the road on which the house or home restaurant was on. Also, I am a banana or Orang Cina Bukan Cina - so, I couldn't read the Chinese characters on the sign board outside the house.

The Tea...but not The Tea Lady.

 The Tree...cool shade...

The Yellow Sign...
 
 The yu char kway...

The Rice...

 The Rice...again.

The yu char kway...and soup.

 The Real Thing: Bak Kut Teh!

Bak Kut Teh! Yay! BKT! Yay!
 

 The House...

Old man...

Lady leaving...

The red-and-yellow BKT sign!




Friday, June 14, 2013

Gang blocked both end of Jalan Mutiara Raya and robbed 70 customers of steamboat restaurant @ Taman Mutiara Barat Cheras

News about this 'brave' robbery appeared on front page of Sin Chew on Monday, 10 June 2013.

You can read about the same news here:
http://mob.com.my/news/crime/june-2013/gang-robs-70-people#.UbrOB5yND4t

Gang robs 70 people

A gang of 10 robbers held up 70 customers of a popular steamboat eatery in Taman Mutiara Barat, Cheras in Kuala Lumpur on early Sunday morning and relieved them of their money and valuables.

In the 4.30am robbery on Sunday, the robbers fled with RM20,000 from them.
 
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Two of the victims had reported the robbery to Cheras district police. They told police the suspects arrived at the restaurant in two cars and several motorcycles.

They said the suspects blocked both end of Jalan Mutiara Raya before rounding up the customers, mostly pub goers who were having their meals outside the restaurant, and order them to surrender their cash and valuables.

Cheras police confirmed two of the victims had reported the robbery them. They are seeking others to come forward to make their reports.
 News about this 'brave' robbery was also brought up by Tony Pua, MP of Petaling Jaya Utara.

Spate of robberies puts Putrajaya anti-crime fight under spotlight

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

June 13, 2013
Tony Pua highlighted the force’s slow move to restructure the police resources and focus in crime fighting. - File pic
KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — The recent spate of robberies in the Klang Valley have again placed Putrajaya’s anti-crime policies under the spotlight and highlights the need to reform the police force, the DAP’s Tony Pua said today.
Last Saturday, nearly 70 people were robbed at an open air steamboat restaurant in Cheras by a group of 10 persons armed with machetes and iron rods.  The shop owners and patrons lost more than RM20,000 and at least 2 of the customers were assaulted as a result of being too tardy with coughing up with their valuables.
Over the past 2 nights, there were 2 incidences of armed gang robberies carried out at open air restaurants in Kepong, Cheras and Kajang on each night despite the police claiming to have detain three suspects yesterday afternoon.
“Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Razak himself promised Malaysias a ‘war against crime’ on Saturday when launching the ‘United Against Crime’ programme with much fanfare.
“The newly appointed Inspector General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar proudly announced on his appointment date on May 16 that he wants to make safety and security his priority and return the streets to the people.
“But where is this “war against crime?” Pua, who is also Petaling Jaya Utara MP, said in a statement.
The DAP leader added that the robberies were akin to the criminals “thumbing their noses” at the authorities when they were allowed to rob 2 eateries and then proceeded to enjoy and “binge” themselves at a local pub.
The pub was also robbed after the group refused to pay.
Pua said the government has the moral duty to admit the shortcomings in its anti-crime policies, adding that they could no longer dismiss rising crime as a mere “perception”.
“If the Prime Minister and the new IGP is serious about this ‘war against crime’, they must implement the key recommendations of the 2005 Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) recommendations for the Royal Malaysian Police,” he said.
However, Pua noted that the Najib administration has so far ignored most of the recommendations including the refusal to establish the  Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).
The Petaling Jaya MP also highlighted the force’s slow move to restructure the police resources and focus in crime fighting, a second key recommendation of the RCI.
The lack of and unbalanced manpower management have often been cited as the key facto behind the police’s ineffectiveness in curbing crime. The problem was also highlighted in the findings of the RCI.
“We hope that under the new Home Minister, Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi, the Government will no longer deem the severity of the crime issue being a matter of ‘public perception’.
“Rampant crime is real, Malaysians do not feel safe and the only perception of crime that needs to change is that belonging to the Barisan Nasional government,” Pua said.
What 'War Against Crime' when 'Audacious Criminals' are terrorizing the streets?

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Of Utusan, the lying paper and carmakers Volkswagen Golf, Peugeot 308 and Honda Jazz Hybrid, Proton Preve and Perodua Alza

Carmakers refute Utusan’s price slash claim

By Zurairi AR
June 13, 2013
People have a look at the Preve when it was first launched in Kuala Lumpur last year. This Proton model was cited by Utusan as one of several makes of cars where prices have been reduced.KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — Carmakers Volkswagen and Peugeot have both refuted claims of a price slash this year, as reported in Umno-backed broadsheet Utusan Malaysia three days ago as part of proof that the ruling coalition had fulfilled its election pledges.

Utusan had reported that Volkswagen, Peugeot, Honda and local marques Proton and Perodua had reduced the prices for 10 of their models by up to 11 per cent from January this year, presenting the list as proof that the Barisan Nasional (BN) government has fulfilled its pledge for lower car prices in its Election 2013 manifesto.

“Please be advised, the price on the image is incorrect. The Golf price has always been RM157,888 from the time of launch. Not RM169,888,” a representative from Volkswagen Malaysia commented on its Facebook page, referring to its sports hatchback model Golf.

A user had previously posted an image of Utusan’s report, which claimed that the Golf’s price has been slashed by 7.1 per cent from RM169,888 to RM157,888.

Speaking to The Malaysian Insider, a dealer for the German marque confirmed that the Mark 7 1.4 TSI version of the Golf, which was launched earlier this year has always been priced starting from RM157,888.

Peugeot Malaysia also has responded on its Facebook page to the claim by Utusan that the price of its 308 model has been slashed by 11 per cent from RM115,663 to RM102,888.

“Without prejudice, nothing was issued by us, we were not consulted before the article went to print and have no association with the news contained therein. The prices shown appear to be the 308 Turbo pre-facelift and 308 VTi which are in fact two different variants of the Peugeot 308,” said the French marque.

A dealer for Peugeot told The Malaysian Insider that the facelifted 308 VTi has always been priced at RM102,888 since it was launched in the middle of last year, and its 308 Turbo variant is priced at RM121,888.

Utusan also claimed that a Honda Jazz Hybrid now costs RM89,900 after a 2.5 per cent reduction from RM92,187. 

A check with the Japanese marque confirmed that the completely knocked-down (CKD) version of the model assembled in its Alor Gajah plant has always been sold at RM89,900 since its launch late last year. The completely built-up (CBU) version released previously costs RM94,800.

The Malay daily also reported further price cuts for local models Persona, Preve, Saga and Exora from Proton, and Alza, Viva and Myvi from Perodua.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has reiterated his polls pledge to reduce car prices in a tweet late last month, promising that car prices will be reduced in stages until 2017.

On the same day, International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed also said that the government had promised to trim car prices between 20 and 30 per cent over five years, as outlined in BN’s election manifesto.

“In fact, since October last year, the price of 10 popular models in the country have come down an average 7.3 per cent,” he told reporters after attending the ministry’s monthly gathering, the first after Mustapa was re-appointed to the Cabinet.

Both BN and opposition Pakatan Rakyat have pledged cheaper car prices in the run up to the May polls, although through different mechanisms.

Nazir of CIMB, Azran of AirAsia X vs Umno-owned Utusan, Najib of Umno. Guan Eng: "Now everyone should be like Nazir" ;)

Guan Eng: More Malaysians should be like Nazir

By Opalyn Mok
June 12, 2013
Lim accused Utusan of setting Malaysians against each other. — Picture by KE OoiGEORGE TOWN, June 12 ― Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today commended Datuk Seri Nazir Razak for his outspokenness, even as the CIMB Group boss continues to come under attack for defending AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman Rani for the same trait.

Lim urged Malaysians to emulate Nazir in speaking their minds despite the risk of backlash.

“I hope his brother (Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak) can be just as brave as him,” he said while condemning a news article in Utusan Malaysia that had labelled Nazir as “anti-Malay” for his praise of Azran.
Azran had criticised Utusan Malaysia for an inflammatory headline, “Apa lagi Cina mau?”, which it ran immediately after the Election 2013. This led to the newspaper to take aim at him and proclaim a boycott against advertising from the airline that he helms.

On Monday, Nazir defended Azran for his forthright attitude, saying that this is the “mark of a leader”, leading to attacks against the banker.

Lim also accused Utusan Malaysia today of turning Malaysians on one another through what he called racially-toned articles.

“Malaysians do not want to be enemies with each other so I hope more Malaysians will be like Nazir,” the DAP secretary-general said in a press conference at his office this afternoon.

Malay-Muslim groups have criticised both Nazir and Azran for their views, branding both of them as “anti-Malay” and for forgetting “their roots”.

Yesterday, the Muslim Consumer Association of Malaysia had in a statement reminded Nazir and Azran of their roots and told them not to be arrogant because of their wealth, position and property.

In a blog post reproduced by Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia today, former information minister Tan Sri Zainuddin Maidin accused Nazri of plunging brother Najib and Umno deeper into a post-polls “crisis of confidence” by coming to Azran’s defence.

He said Nazir, the CEO of CIMB Group and the younger brother to Prime Minister Najib, had likely thought that Barisan Nasional (BN) would recapture some of lost support from the Chinese had Utusan Malaysia not targeted the community.

“But in truth, Nazir only added to the problems faced by Datuk Seri Najib and Umno,” the former minister said in a blog posting that was published in Utusan Malaysia today.

Zainuddin further asked if labelling Azran forthright and frank meant Nazir was joining the ranks of those who have accused Utusan Malaysia of being racist.

Zainuddin went on to justify Utusan’s “brave” backing of Umno in fighting off the rival elements that have eroded public confidence in the government, which he said had opened the newspaper to financial risks.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Google buys Waze, a free social GPS Israeli app for $1.3 billion. In 2003, Mahathir, then PM of Malaysia, said Jews rule the world



Yes, Jews rule the world!

Founders of Google are Larry Page and Sergey Brin - both with Jewish roots.

Larry Page's mother is Jewish and Sergey Brin was born in Moscow, to Russian Jewish parents.

Now, together with Waze, an Israeli navigation app, the Jews rule the whole wide world and web!


Waze is a free social GPS application featuring turn-by-turn navigation, developed by the Israeli start-up Waze Mobile which is now owned by Google for GPS-enabled smartphones with a data plan. Waze supports Android, iPhone, Symbian, and J2ME (RIM).

Monday, June 10, 2013

Nazir Razak, CIMB Group CEO, commended Azran Osman Rani, AirAsia X CEO: Apa lagi Utusan dan Najib Razak mahu? www.airasia.com

AirAsia X CEO finds backing from Najib’s brother for ‘speaking his mind’ on Utusan

June 10, 2013
Azran has come under fire after criticising Utusan Malaysia for its racial instigation.KUALA LUMPUR, June 10 — Once scorched for speaking his mind, Azran Osman Rani earned high praise today from CIMB Group CEO Datuk Seri Nazir Razak, who commended the AirAsia X chief executive’s forthright manner as the “mark of a leader”.
The captain of the long-haul budget airline, which will be making its market debut next month, had been the public target of Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia’s venom for much of last month, after he criticised the Malay broadsheet for what he saw as racial instigation in the aftermath of the May 5 polls that split the country apart.
Nazir, the lead banker for AirAsia X’s listing on Malaysia’s main bourse, praised Azran for speaking his mind and doing what he believed was the right thing.
“That is the mark of a leader,” Nazir said at AirAsia X’s prospectus launch here this morning.
The remarks appeared to be in reference to Azran’s run-in with Utusan Malaysia, although Nazir made no specific mention of the newspaper.
The younger brother to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak added that it was these qualities in the airline’s management team which had seen it register a 70 per cent annual growth in its revenues since it launched its first flight in November 2007.
Azran had come under the right-wing daily’s hammer last month after criticising Utusan on his Twitter account, @azranosmanrani, for what he reportedly saw as a racial instigation in the aftermath of the May 5 polls.
He was also reported to have criticised Malay group Perkasa for its hardline stance as an irrelevant organisation that had caused Malays to be myopic.
In response, the paper had published daily views from Perkasa leaders, the Muslim Consumers Society of Malaysia and pro-Umno activists who slammed Azran, branding him “arrogant” and a Malay who had forgotten his roots.
AirAsia X chairman Tan Sri Rafizah Aziz and director Datuk Seri Kalimullah Hassan had also come under attack from various groups after the duo had defended Azran’s comments.
Self-declared Malay rights champion Perkasa, the Ex-Servicemen Association of Malaysia, Malaysian Reformists Movement and the Malaysian Malay Network were among the groups that lashed out at both Rafidah and Kalimullah and demanded the duo apologise for their remarks against Utusan which they say is the voice of the Malays.
Perkasa’s acting president Datuk Abdul Rahman Bakar had rallied to the paper’s defence and blasted Azran, saying the latter could not have climbed up to his present position without the “Malay power fought for by Utusan Malaysia”.
“Has Azran never thought also that the licence issued by the government to AirAsia is because at first the airline was owned by Malays?” Abdul Rahman was quoted as saying in one such report.
On May 19, Utusan columnist Awang Selamat — the nom-de-plume for the paper’s collective editorial voice — told the Umno-owned paper to stop taking the airline’s ads until its sister company’s chief executive apologises for criticising the broadsheet’s racist piece.
“Awang would like to suggest that the Utusan Group not accept any AirAsia ad as long as there is no apology. Let the company’s advertisement go to another paper, but not Utusan.
“Without AirAsia, Awang Selamat will not have any problem. Furthermore, the value of the advertisement given is very small, lower than advertisements for herbal and hair treatments,” it said.
The columnist also compared Asia’s biggest budget flier to Malaysia Airlines (MAS), and described the national carrier as having better service and a strong nationalist spirit.
“To those who serve we are polite, especially the Malaysian airline whose service is better and thick with nationalism,” it said.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Crushed Perodua Kelisa under collapsed ramp of Second Penang Bridge photo @ Batu Maung: Satu lagi projek Barisan Nasional!

Updated: 
The owner of the car was Rohaizad Md Sofar but the victim who was trapped and died in the car was Tajudin Zainal Abidin.

Published: Friday June 7, 2013 MYT 11:32:00 PM
Updated: Friday June 7, 2013 MYT 11:48:04 PM

Penang ramp collapse: Dad was on the way home with dinner, says tearful daughter   

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2013/6/7/nation/20130607233510&sec=nation

By KIATISAK CHUA

The victim's wife Sharifah Ramli (third from right) being comforted by her youngest daughter, seven-year-old Nur Ain Maisara (second from right). The victim's wife Sharifah Ramli (third from right) being comforted by her youngest daughter, seven-year-old Nur Ain Maisara (second from right).
GEORGE TOWN: The victim killed in the collapse of the Second Penang Bridge's flyover ramp was on his way home after buying dinner at a hawker centre in Bayan Lepas.
Tajudin Zainal Abidin Tajudin Zainal Abidin
Nur Aina Syazwani, 11, the daughter of the late Tajudin Zainal Abidin, said her father called home at 6.30pm to ask what they wanted to have for dinner.
"But by 8pm, he did not return home," said Syazwani.
Tajudin's wife, Sharifah Ramli then went out to search for him.
Sharifah refused to talk to the press.
Bayan Baru MP Sim Tze Tzin said that Sharifah told him that she continued calling him but there was no reply.
"When it was revealed that the car crushed under the rubble was a silver Kelisa, she had a very bad feeling," Sim said.
He added that she was almost sure something had happened to Tajudin after seeing pictures of a partial car number plate on the Internet.
The body of Tajudin will be buried at the Kampung Perlis cemetery in Bukit Merah Saturday.








Al-Fatihah to Rohaizad Md Sofar.

Pemilik kereta yang terperangkap di dalam runtuhan dikenal pasti

Jun 07, 2013
Seorang lagi lelaki yang masih belum dikenal pasti identitinya ditemui mati di dalam sebuah kereta. - Gambar oleh K.E. OoiGEORGE TOWN, 7 Jun — Polis mengenal pasti pemilik kereta jenis Perodua Kelisa yang terperangkap di dalam runtuhan akibat dihempap oleh tanjakan konkrit susur keluar Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang di Batu Maung di sini sebagai Rohaizad Md Sofar.
Jurucakap polis berkata bagaimanapun polis tidak dapat mengesahkan sama ada Rohaizad, 43, yang beralamat di Sungai Dua, Gelugor di sini, adalah mangsa yang masih tersepit di dalam kenderaan itu.
“Kita meminta kerjasama semua pihak yang mengenali pemilik kenderaan itu untuk membantu siasatan bagi mengenal pasti mangsa,” katanya.
Mangsa bagaimanapun belum dapat dikeluarkan lagi dari kereta itu dan kerja mengalih sisa tanjakan konkrit yang telah dipotong itu sedang giat dijalankan.
Semalam, runtuhan penyambung susur keluar Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang di Lebuhraya Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu di Batu Maung itu menghempap sebuah kereta dan seorang mangsa dipercayai terperangkap di dalam runtuhan itu.
Dalam kejadian itu, dua bahagian konkrit iaitu 180 ton konkrit keras dan 100 ton konkrit lembut runtuh secara tiba-tiba dan menghempap sebuah kenderaan.
Tiga orang iaitu dua pekerja asing dan seorang wanita tempatan cedera dalam kejadian itu.
Sementara itu, kerja mengangkat sisa runtuhan tanjakan konkrit yang dipotong sedang giat dijalankan oleh pasukan penyelamat di kawasan kejadian.
Jurucakap bomba berkata runtuhan tanjakan konkrit dan besi itu terpaksa dipotong lebih kecil bagi memudahkan kerja mengalih dan mengangkut dilakukan.
Katanya setelah runtuhan tanjakan itu dialih, barulah bomba dapat mengeluarkan mangsa yang tersepit di dalam kereta akibat dihempap tanjakan konkrit itu.
Beliau berkata lebih 300 anggota pasukan yang terdiri daripada polis, bomba, Jabatan Pertahanan Awam, pekerja syarikat pembinaan dan kontraktor sedang bertungkus-lumus mengalihkan runtuhan konkrit dan besi seberat beratus-ratus tan itu. — Bernama

Read the posting here by Curi-Curi Wang Malaysia on Jambatan Kedua Sdn Bhd, the concessionaire for Second Penang Bridge and all the lies that BN spin:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=505169766215437&set=a.505169739548773.1073741862.159764004089350&type=1&theater


Thursday, June 6, 2013

German robbed @ Jalan Cenderawasih near Bukit Aman. Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim shot dead near the Putrajaya police station!!

Who would have forgotten the tragic death of Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim, the Royal Malaysian Customs deputy director-general II, who was shot dead near the Putrajaya police station last April?

Today, a German robbed near Bukit Aman!

Where is the safest place in Malaysia now?

06 June 2013| last updated at 12:40AM

German robbed near Bukit Aman

Read more: German robbed near Bukit Aman - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/german-robbed-near-bukit-aman-1.294814#ixzz2VS1BqZS7

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