Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Thorough probe into attempted murder of MyWatch chairman

 

Thorough probe into attempted murder of MyWatch chairman

 

KUALA LUMPUR (July 28, 2013): A police probe into the attempted murder of anti-crime watchdog MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan in Negeri Sembilan yesterday, will focus on his earlier allegation on twitter that a policeman had recruited a syndicate member to fire shots at his house.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said this would be among several aspects of the investigation as the Bukit Aman police get to the bottom of the case.
He said Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah would head a special task force to supervise the investigation and wished Sri Sanjeevan a speedy recovery to assist in the case.
"I assure the (Sri Sanjeevan's) family and the public that our investigation will be thorough and look into all aspects, including those alleged by SS (Sri Sanjeevan) earlier," Khalid tweeted.
Yesterday, the 29-year-old was shot and injured in the abdomen by a man riding pillion on a motorcycle which pulled alongside the victims's silver BMW car when he wound down his window for a puff.
The incident occurred about 4.30pm, at a junction near Taman Awana Indah in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan.
Prior to the incident, Sri Sanjeevan had tweeted in @SanjeevanSS: "A @PDRMsia cop told some syndicate fellow that he'll get them firearm & told them to fire few shots at my house to scare me/family!".
Meanwhile, former inspector-general of police Tan Sri Musa Hassan visited the MyWatch chairman at the Seremben Hospital where his condition was described as critical but stable. Musa tweeted that public safety would be ensured if police integrity was intact.
He hoped the police would conduct a thorough investigation to track down those behind the shooting incident as Sri Sanjeevan had received several threats before. – Bernama

 

 

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Sanjeevan Shot Once, Bullet Pierced Rib Cage - Police


Sanjeevan being wheeled into an ambulance at the hospital in Jempol
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Sanjeevan Shot Once, Bullet Pierced Rib Cage - Police


Sanjeevan being wheeled into an ambulance at the hospital in Jempol. Pic: The StarSanjeevan being wheeled into an ambulance at the hospital in Jempol. Pic: The StarSEREMBAN: Doctors at Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital will perform a surgery to remove a bullet that was lodged in the rib cage of Malaysian Crime watch Task Force (MyWatch) chairman R Sri Sanjeevan.
State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said the 29-year-old Sanjeevan has been warded at the hospital's intensive care unit in stable condition.
"He was moved from the Kuala Pilah hospital early today for the surgery," SAC Osman said.
SAC Osman said the victim was shot once. The bullet pierced his right elbow and lodged in the right side of the rib cage.
"We have also put our men on duty at the hospital to prevent any untoward incident," he said.
Sanjeevan's family members are keeping vigil at the hospital since he was brought here from Kuala Pilah.
Sanjeevan, a bachelor, was shot by a pillon rider when he stopped his BMW car at a traffic light junction in Taman Cempaka at about 4.30pm. He was then with another friend.
SAC Osman said both the riders on the motorcycle had dark complexion and wore full-faced helmets.
Sanjeevan managed to drive some 300m and later asked his friend to take over the wheel.
He was taken to the Jempol hospital and later to Kuala Pilah hospital.
Police have classified the case as attempted murder under Section 307 of the Penal Code.
SAC osman said police have detained Sanjeevan's 35-year-old friend for an unrelated case.
"His friend was on the police's wanted list for a drug related offence.
"I wish to state here that the friend was not detained for the shooting incident as reported by the social media," he said.


- Sarban Singh/ The Star



 
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Attempted Murder Of MyWatch Chief: Revenge By Underworld?

 

SEREMBAN, July 28 (Bernama) -- The attempted murder on the anti-crime watchdog MyWatch chairman in Bahau, Negeri Sembilan yesterday, may have been the work of the underworld bent on exacting revenge.

The police have not ruled this out as R. Sri Sanjeevan, 29, had previously, alerted the police on illegal gambling activities in the state, especially in Jelebu and Jempol.

As a result, he had received death threats and reported the matter to the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman, among others.

State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said the police were looking into several motives to facilitate investigations into the attempted murder on Sri Sanjeevan in Taman Chempaka about 4.30pm.

He said the police had also recorded a statement from Sri Sanjeevan's friend who was with him when a gunman and his accomplice made an attempt on the life of the MyWatch chairman.

In the incident, Sri Sanjeevan was driving his silver BMW, with the friend in tow, when he decided to wind down the driver's window for a puff at Taman Awana Indah.

At that juncture, two men on a red Yamaha LC motorcycle and wearing full-faced crash helmets, drew alongside the car before the pillion rider shot the victim in the right side of the abdomen at close range.

Osman said Sri Sanjeevan was warded at the Jempol Hospital before he was transferred to the Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital where his condition was described as critical but stable.

He said the victim would undergo surgery to remove the slug from his abdomen later today, adding that he was given round-the-clock police protection at the hospital.

Meanwhile, a special task force has been set up to investigate the attemtped murder. It is headed by Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah. Former inspector-general of police Tan Sri Musa Hassan is the patron of MyWatch.

Meanwhile, Osman said Sri Sanjeevan's friend who was with him at the time of the shooting incident, was detained to facilitate investigations into a drug-related offence which he allegedly committed, about a year ago.

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Sunday, 28 July 2013 19:06

Rafizi: Sanjeevan was onto something, he sought my help to expose certain cops 

Written by Malaysia Chronicle


Chairman of anti-crime watchdog body MyWatch R Sri Sanjeevan was about to reveal the names of police officers allegedly linked to drug syndicates before he was shot, MP for Pandan Rafizi Ramli said on Sunday.
"I met Sanjeevan on Friday night. He talked about a list of drug related offences and wanted me to expose them. I said I will look at it later," Rafizi said on his Twitter.
"Sanjeevan wanted my help to expose cops with links to drug syndicates."
Genuine information
Sanjeevan was shot at close range at 4.30pm on Saturday at Taman Cempaka, Bahau.
Unknown gunmen on a motorbike had made an attempt on his life. He is now in a critical but stable condition in the Seremban hospital.
Rafizi, who is also the PKR strategy director, said that Sanjeevan was on "the right trail of something" and the information he had was genuine.
"I am extremely shocked to find out he was shot," said Rafizi.
Just hours before the shooting, Sanjeevan had posted on Twitter that a cop had threatened to provide members of a syndicate with weapons to fire at his house.
Musa Hassan's response
MyWatch, or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, gained prominence after its patron, former Inspector General of Police Musa Hassan, made public several allegations that shocked the nation last year.
According to Musa and MyWatch, underworld kingpins and syndicates had infiltrated the police force and that top politicians were interfering in police work.
During his time as the police chief, the scandal-tainted Musa too had been accused of being connected to underworld chiefs and protecting them from prosecution. He retired in 2009 and has tried to redeem his image by participating in several anti-crime crusades.
In an immediate response to the murder attempt, Musa has urged police to launch an immediate and thorough probe.
“I hope the police will do a thorough investigation to trace the suspect as he  had received death threats due to his revelation on police involvement with activities of syndicated crime and illegal activities,” Musa said on Twitter.
Tell all, don't hold back
Another PKR leader, Chua Jui Meng, called on Musa not to hold back but to bare all given the deteriorating crime situation in the country.
"This is terrible news and I hope that Musa Hassan will come out and reveal more of the truth. Don't keep any more secrets. If they dare to go after Sanjeevan today, who will be next tomorrow?" PKR vice president Chua Jui Meng told Malaysia Chronicle.
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  • Rafizi: Sanjeevan was onto something, he sought my help to expose certain cops
    Malaysia Chronicle | 28 Jul 2013
    Chairman of anti-crime watchdog body MyWatch R Sri Sanjeevan was about to reveal the names of police officers allegedly linked to drug syndicates before he was shot, MP for Pandan Rafizi Ramli said on Sunday. "I met Sanjeevan on Friday night. He talked about a list of drug related offences and wante...





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Sunday, 28 July 2013 06:52

SHOT BY GUNMEN: Musa Hasan's anti-crime chief in critical condition, time to tell-all

Written by Maria Begum, Malaysia Chronicle



It looks like the accusations by former police chief Musa Hassan and his anti-crime watchdog body that underworld syndicates had infiltrated the police force and that top politicians were interfering in police work have touched a sore spot.
R Sri Sanjeevan, the chairman of My Watch or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, was shot at close range at 4.30pm yesterday at Taman Cempaka, Bahau.
Unknown gunmen on a motorbike had made an attempt on his life. He was taken to the Jempol hospital in a critical state and has been transferred to the Tuanku Jaafar hospital in Seremban for surgery to remove a bullet lodged in his rib cage.
Time to tell all
Musa, the former Inspector-General of Police who is the patron of MyWatch, had shocked the nation last year when he made public his allegations.
During his time as the police chief, the scandal-tainted Musa too had been accused of being connected to underworld chiefs and protecting them from prosecution. He retired in 2009 and has tried to redeem his image by participating in several anti-crime crusades.
"This is terrible news and I hope that Musa Hassan will come out and reveal more of the truth. Don't keep any more secrets. If they dare to go after Sanjeevan today, who will be next tomorrow?" PKR vice president Chua Jui Meng told Malaysia Chronicle.
Gunmen came on a motorbike
According to the NST, Sanjeevan had gone out with his friend, Ramesh Balakrishnan, 35, for a drink after picking up the latter at his house.
“The two were in Sanjeevan’s silver BMW when he (Sanjeevan) stopped at a junction near Taman Awana Indah and wound down the car window for a smoke," Jempol police chief Supt Hamzah Alias had said.
“Two assailants on a red motorcycle rode up next to him. The pillion rider then fired a shot at Sanjeevan’s right rib."
Hamzah said the pillion rider then got off the motorcycle and walked towards Sanjeevan but Sanjeevan managed to speed off despite having sustained a gunshot wound.
“The victim despite being badly injured, managed to drive off, leaving the suspects behind. The suspects then left the crime scene and rode away towards the road leading to Rompin.” “ added the police chief.
Sanjeevan then drove some 300m from the scene before pulling over for his friend to take over the wheel.
“His friend (Ramesh), then moved him to the passenger’s seat before taking and driving to the Jempol Hospital,” said Hamzah.
According to Hamzah, the police have yet to establish the motive behind the attempted murder.
“So far there have been no leads or suspects. Investigation is ongoing,” he said, adding that a special task force had been set up by the Negri Sembilan police headquarters to probe the case, which is being investigated under section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.
It was reported in January that Sanjeevan claimed he received a death but brushed it off as part of the risk that came with the role he assumed.
Sanjeevan had claimed someone called him from a unknown warning him to watch his back as he had “stepped on too many toes”.
Tip of the iceberg: Gambling, prostitution, money laundering

MyWatch had also claimed that it possessed evidence that top police officers were involved in criminal activities, including money laundering, gambling, prostitution and have direct links with underworld figures and kingpins.
Several recent cases including a robbery at a clinic where a Tan Sri had to whip out his gun and shoot dead one of the thieves have reignited public clamoring for tougher action against crime including the establishment of an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission.
IPCMC advocates believe its formation will  to help curb out-of-control crime by cleaning up and making more effective the police force.
Suspicion was also reignited that the main objection to the IPCMC's formation by Prime Minister Najib Razak's government was a reluctance to upset the big-time underworld chiefs whose connections and network into the police force ran deep and wide due to decades of inaction by the government.
"We have said it too many times, there is no plausible reason for Najib and the government to keep denying that crime is up. They should also stop refusing to set up the IPCMC. What are they afraid of? Are they worried that if an IPCMC is formed, the testimony that comes from the cops themselves might reveal the true state of affairs in the force," said Jui Meng.
"I believe the majority of the police would prefer to work in an environment that is free from the influence of the syndicates and the politicians. But they have no choice because they have to work under bosses who are not clean or are compromised."
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IGP vows to probe 'dirty cop' angle in shooting of Sri Sanjeevan

IGP vows to probe 'dirty cop' angle in shooting of Sri Sanjeevan
KUALA LUMPUR: The police will investigate all angles and allegations, including those involving their own officers, in relation to the attempted murder of anti-crime NGO MyWatch chairman  R.Sri Sanjeevan said Negri Sembilan police chief Osman Salleh.

According to the latest information, Osman said that Sri Sanjeevan was in stable condition.

Earlier this morning Inspector General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said that the police will be closely monitoring the investigation via his Twitter account . He also said that the director of CID will personally supervise the case.

Khalid added they will carry out a thorough investigation before any arrest will be made and hoped that Sanjeevan will have a speedy recovery.


Last night former IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan claimed via his Twitter account said that the attempted murder on Sri Sanjeevan was linked  to an expose on police personnel with crime syndicate links.

Hassan hope that police carry out a thorough investigation into tracing the suspect as Sanjeevan had received several threats.



Sri Sanjeevan, was gunned down late yesterday afternoon by two unknown men in Bahau, Negeri Sembilan.

The shooting occurred at 4.30pm near a traffic junction in Taman Awana Indah, Taman Cempaka.

According to a source, Sanjeevan was going out for a drink a friend and was driving a silver BMW.

He was apparently smoking and had his windshield down when two men on a red motorcycle came from behind.

The pillion rider then took out a gun and shot at Sanjeevan. He was injured in his right chest by one bullet but it is unclear how many shots were fired.

“The rider came down from the motorcycle but the victim managed to drive off,” said the source.

The 29-year-old is in critical condition at the Kuala Pilah Hospital.

Yesterday Musa Hassan had said that he felt “very bad” over what has happened.

“I think he should not be treated this way for what is he trying to do, to reduce crime and help clean up force,” Musa, who is the patron of MyWatch.

Musa urged the police to investigate this incident thoroughly as Sanjeevan had received numerous threates prior to this due to the exposes.

“The police should also probe the allegations of abuse of power and corruption and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission should also probe further,” said Musa.


Since it was launched, MyWatch has been a vocal critic on crime-related matters, especially that of allegedly corrupt police of all ranks which it linked to underworld syndicates.

Subsequently, Sanjeevan himself has been harrassed several times and also received numerous death threats including those he alleged came from policemen themselves.

Meanwhile, People's Welfare and Rights Coalition(POWER) president S. Gobi Krishnan said that Sanjeevan was unconscious in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.

"Condition is very critical and the doctors said they will be bringing him to the Seremban hospital for an operation.

"The Inspector-General of Police himself must investigate this. I suspect the police as Sanjeevan has previously said that Negeri Sembilan police had threatened him before," said the former MyWatch advisor. 




























‘We have proof top cops pally with crooks’

 

Teoh El Sen | December 21, 2012
Top police officers have been involved in criminal activities, according to MyWatch, which claims to have the evidence.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, or MyWatch, today claimed that it has in its possession evidence that top police officers are involved in criminal activities.
R Sri Sanjeevan, the chairman of the watchdog NGO, threatened to make public the information unless the Inspector-General of Police Ismail Omar agrees to meet with the group so that an open, high-profile investigation can be carried out immediately.
“We have all the evidence that top police officers are involved in money laundering, illegal gambling, prostitution, football bookies and have direct links with underworld figures and kingpins. Yet to date, there is no answer and no action by the IGP,” Sanjeevan said in a statement.
Sanjeevan also cited a case where a top police officer was given an “all-expense paid trip overseas to play golf with an underworld kingpin” as well as as one where “one senior police official’s son and daughter is working for a kingpin with special privileges”.
“Aren’t they [officers] obliged in some ways to them [kingpins]? Isn’t that conflict of interest?” asked Sanjeevan.
He said that Ismail cannot choose to keep quiet and must act without fear or favour against corrupt officers, which are now being slowly revealed by former Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan.
“I again invite the IGP to meet with us so we can pass such evidence to him or we will be forced to make this information public. All police officers should be accountable for their actions and must have more sense of responsibility when dealing with crime or public,” said Sanjeevan.
Aside from Ismail, Sanjeevan urged Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, and the Home Ministry secretary-general Abd Rahim Mohd Radzi to respond to Musa’s past allegations.
Several bombshells
“Musa has clearly mentioned that there is meddling and interference by the Home Minister and the secretary-general into police matters. For example, giving direct instruction to state police chiefs, CID chiefs, and junior officers but since then there has been no answer by anyone.
“So [by keeping silent] I assume they silently ‘agreed’ to what we have revealed,” he said.
In recent weeks, Musa had dropped several bombshells, alleging that politicians have been interfering with police work and that criminal elements have infiltrated the force.
He also pointed out that there may have been cases of abuse of power at the top level when several senior policemen were transferred out for refusing to approve an “unsound” walkie-talkie project.
Musa also labelled Ismail a “yes man” and had urged the latter to be tough, revealing one example when Ismail allegedly cried after he was scolded for following the orders of former home minister Syed Hamid Albar to arrest a reporter under the then Internal Security Act (ISA).
Following these disclosures, several quarters have hit back at the former top cop, questioning Musa’s timing and credibility. They also brought up the “copgate” issue where Musa is alleged to have links to underworld figures.
Musa’s detractors included Hishammuddin, businessman Robert Phang, former KL CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim, former Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Ramli Yusuff and his lawyer Rosli Dahlan.
Responding to the attacks, Sanjeevan said that these are merely attempts to divert the NGO’s focus on crime, and threatened to take legal action against “those who continue to make false and malicious accusations”.
Strictly a NGO
He said that most of the allegations coming out against Musa are “old cases” which “Musa himself has clarified and answered previously”.
“Some of these allegations have been heard and cleared in court. Therefore it is not wise to talk about them anymore unless the cases are being re-opened for investigation,” he said.
Sanjeevan said that a suit against Phang, who alleged that MyWatch was being bankrolled by criminal syndicates, is being finalised.
On doubts raised on MyWatch’s political neutrality, Sanjeevan said that MyWatch is strictly a NGO and is not backed by any political party.
“Our focus will always be on rising crime rate, wrong-doings in the police force and assistance to victims of any crime,” said Sanjeevan, who is a PKR Negeri Sembilan Youth executive council member.
Meanwhile, Sanjeevan said MyWatch is expanding to states and districts with 200 new members joining.
He said that anyone can be a member or can be a whistleblower to highlight wrong-doings, adding that a hotline will be set up soon.














Ex-con: I paid cops RM50,000 monthly


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Former drug pusher claims he had to work with the cops and allegedly give them large amounts of cash in order to receive protection in return.
A former drug pusher claimed he paid between RM30,000 and RM50,000 a month to the police in Negeri Sembilan and Malacca for information on police stakeouts.
“If I receive information that the police are going to hold a stakeout, I would put the (drug) business on hold and go into hiding until they tell me it is safe again,” he claimed.
The former drug pusher said this in an interview with FMT in the presence of anti-crime watchdog MyWatch chairman R Sri Sanjeevan in a secret location recently. He refused to be identified or shown in a video interview for fear of repercussion.
He claimed he had been in the drug syndicate for about three years, pushing drugs with the help of the police.
He was arrested and jailed two years under the Drugs Prevention Act in 2005.
“I have not been in the business ever since I got out. It is time to turn over a new leaf and I am now running my own business,” he said.
“But I often receive phone calls from top cops I used to work with, asking me to start pushing drugs again. They say there are new ways to evade the law and they will ensure my safety this time around,” he added.
Other than paying a lump sum each month, he claimed that the police would call him daily requesting for cash ranging in the thousands.
“Everytime they need money, they will call me. I’ve even paid for family holidays for top cops and given ‘ang-pau’ for every festive season,” he said.
“On occasions, I would treat them at nightclubs and discotheques. They would also requests for the latest mobile phones and apparel. I have no choice but to comply as I need to keep the syndicate in business,” he added.
‘Syabu for cops’

 The former drug pusher also alleged that a handful of policemen would call him daily requesting for methamphetamine, known locally as syabu for their own consumption.
“There are drug addicts in the police force and they will call me daily to supply them with syabu.
“This means I must always have stock to meet their needs or they will turn against me,” he claimed.
The reformed man said he bought the drugs for about RM10,000 and sold it for double the amount.
“Each pusher can earn up to RM100,000 a month and the syndicate consists of about 10 men.
“Sometimes the police even conduct raids and seize our drugs, only to be sold back to us at a higher cost. That’s why you only see huge drug busts on the news, the smaller ones are all covered up,” he added.

IPCMC needed

Sanjeevan meanwhile recommended the implementation of the Independant Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to oversee the police abuses.
“We definitely need the IPCMC, that is the only way the police can be monitored as well. For now, they have no one to be afraid of. Who is going to conduct urine tests on the police?” he asked.
“The IPCMC will play a role and help keep the police force free of corruption,” he added.
Sanjeevan said the police often took complaints lightly and never followed up with the complainants on the status of the case.
“I had lodged a police report for a death threat and another for assault, until today no arrests have been made,” he said.
“They don’t even bother getting back to me to give updates on the case. The investigating officers even ignore my calls,” he added.
Sanjeevan said the police had mistaken MyWatch for an enemy when in fact they worked together with the police.
“We have been misunderstood, we are not the enemy. We want to help improve the system and reduce crime,” he said.
“MyWatch has faith in the new IGP Khalid Abu Bakar and we hope he will allow us to work together as a team,” he added.





















Why did you keep quiet, why didn't you stop it - Ambiga slams Hisham over "KILL TIAN CHUA" 

 

 






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‘Hisham’s liaison officer more powerful than IGP’

 

Teoh El Sen | December 30, 2012
MyWatch is claiming that the Home Minister's special liaison officer has powers to bypass the Inspector-General of Police himself.
KUALA LUMPUR: Anti-crime watchdog MyWatch alleged today that a police officer with a rank of deputy commissioner [DCP] appointed by Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein as his special liaison officer is ‘more powerful’ than the Inspector-General of Police Ismail Omar himself.
The NGO’s chairman R Sri Sanjeevan claimed that this was because the officer was able to bypass the IGP to give instructions to top officers of the Royal Malaysian Police [PDRM], including state police chiefs, state CID chiefs and district police heads.
Sanjeevan said that never in the history of the police force has a liaison officer held such a high rank of DCP, which is even higher ranked than the prime minister’s aide-de-camp who is only ranked an Assistant Commissioner of Police [ACP].
The home minister’s current liaison officer is identified as DCP Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohamad.
“MyWatch urges the home minister to explain why does he need a PDRM liaison officer in his office with the rank of DCP which is equivalent to state CPO position when all the while it was only a Superintendent [Supt] position.”
Sanjeevan claimed that this “clearly shows that home minister is indeed meddling into PDRM matters without relaying orders directly to the IGP himself”.
“Since the officer advises the home minister, then I think the IGP would have to listen to him as well, right?” he added.
“MyWatch strongly believes that the home minister is having a DCP as PDRM liaison officer… is only because he can give instructions and orders directly to CPOs [state police chiefs], OCCI [state CID chiefs], and OCPD [district police chief]. This is also another form of waste of police resources and shows non-productivity,” he said in a press statement.
Sanjeevan also lamented that complaints to Hishammuddin sent to his Twitter account @HishammuddinH2O were only simply forwarded to Wan Ahmad Najmuddin’s account @tok_we, which he claimed was a “dormant account” that was hardly used.
Transferred for refusing to follow instructions

FMT understands that the liaison officer was previously a position where a Supt was placed at Bukit Aman to coordinate communications between the two agencies, and assist the Home Ministry in monitoring case files and statistics.
A police source said that the previous officer, ranked Supt, was apparently transferred out when he refused to follow instructions from the home minister. Najmuddin, according to the source, was promoted very fast when he replaced his predecessor.
Previously, MyWatch or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, had claimed that it has in its possession evidence that top police officers were involved in criminal activities, including officers that were involved in money laundering, illegal gambling, prostitution, football bookies and have direct links with underworld figures and kingpins.
MyWatch said there there was a case where a top police officer was given an “all-expense paid trip overseas to play golf with an underworld kingpin” as well as one where “one senior police official’s son and daughter is working for a kingpin with special privileges”.
In recent weeks, MyWatch rose to prominence after its patron, the former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan held several press conferences and interviews alleging that politicians have been interfering with police work and that criminal elements have infiltrated the force.
Musa had also pointed out that there may have been cases of abuse of power at the top level when several senior policemen were transferred out for refusing to approve an “unsound” walkie-talkie project.
Musa also labelled Ismail a ‘Yes man’ and had urged the latter to be tough.
Following these disclosures, several quarters have hit back at the former top cop, questioning Musa’s timing and credibility. They also brought up the “copgate” issue where Musa himself was allegedly linked to underworld figures.
Musa’s detractors included Hishammuddin, businessman Robert Phang, former KL CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim, former Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief Ramli Yusuff and his lawyer Rosli Dahlan.













Why did you keep quiet, why didn't you stop it - Ambiga slams Hisham over "KILL TIAN CHUA" 

 

 






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Shot MyWatch chief was to name cops under probe, says Rafizi

BY JENNIFER GOMEZ
July 28, 2013
Latest Update: July 28, 2013 05:59 pm
Hours before he was shot, MyWatch chief R Sri Sanjeevan disclosed to PKR's Rafizi Ramli that he had a list of names of police officers being investigated for drug-related offences.
The PKR strategy director said Sanjeevan told him that he was convinced the crimes were serious as the police officers in question were being investigated under sections of the law that carried the death penalty.
The crime watch chief disclosed this to Rafizi on Friday during a "buka puasa" get-together organised by Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
"He was there at the buka puasa event and he told me this. But I told him we needed to be careful as these personnel were being internally investigated, there was no outcome yet and they were yet to be charged.
"I was not very encouraging to Sanjeevan," said Rafizi, who was shocked to find out this morning that his friend had been shot.
The Pandan MP also said that he felt bad now for telling Sanjeevan that it was not a good idea to bring the issue out into the open because the police were investigating the cases.
He added, however, that Sanjeevan, during their brief talk, was convinced that it was a big scandal and said that the offences were serious because it involved huge amounts of drugs, and that “even the police were taking the matter seriously”.
Rafizi and Sanjeevan agreed to meet next week to look at the list. Rafizi said he had yet to see the list.
He added that what Sanjeevan had told him was consistent with what former IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan said following the shooting.
Musa, in his Twitter microblogging account last night, linked the attempted murder of Sanjeevan to a recent expose on police personnel with crime syndicate links.
“I hope the police will do a thorough investigation to trace the suspect as he (Sanjeevan) had received death threats due to his revelation on police involvement with activities of syndicated crime and illegal activities,” said Musa in his twitter handle @TSMusaHassan.
Sanjeevan shot in a drive-by shooting at an intersection yesterday evening in Taman Awana Indah, Bahau.
He was with a friend in his silver BMW, with the window down and smoking a cigarette, when two men on a red motorcycle approached from behind.
The pillion rider drew out a weapon and shot Sanjeevan.
The gunman then got off the motorcycle but Sanjeevan managed to speed off. He managed to drive some 300m and then asked his friend to take over the wheel.
Former MIC central working committee member (CWC) S Vell Paari said he was shaken by the news, adding that he had been in touch with Sanjeevan two nights ago.
"He tweeted me and we decided to meet up next week. He could have taken the easy way out and just talked about these issues involving crime with his buddies and left it at that. But he is the type of guy who wants to champion good causes for a better Malaysia," Vell Paari said, adding that he was praying for Sanjeevan's speedy recovery.
He said that the police had their work cut out to get the shooter, adding that shootings have become very rampant.
MCA youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong was saddened to hear of the attempted murder and hoped police would quickly bring the culprits to book.
"It is very sad, especially when it happens to a person who is an anti-crime activist, he is championing a good cause," Wee said.
He said that people should not take the law into their own hands when they disagreed with another's views.
"We live in a civilised society, even if you don't like another person's statements, you cannot go on a shooting spree," he said.
MyWatch, or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, gained prominence after its patron, former Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan (pic), made public several serious allegations.
Chief among them were allegations that politicians were interfering with police work and that criminal elements had infiltrated the police force.
MyWatch also claimed that it had in its possession evidence that top police officers were involved in criminal activities, including money laundering, gambling and prostitution, and were linked with underworld figures and kingpins.  - July 28, 2013






























CID chief heads probe into Sanjeevan shooting, said to be linked to underworld

July 28, 2013
Latest Update: July 28, 2013 06:28 pm
A special task force headed by Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah will handle investigations into the attempted murder of MyWatch chief R Sri Sanjeevan which police said could have been the work of the underworld bent on exacting revenge.

Negri Sembilan police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said police did not discount this possibility as Sanjeevan had alerted police on illegal gambling activities in the state, especially in Jelebu and Jempol.

In a report by Bernama, Osman said Sri Sanjeevan's friend, who was with him at the time of the shooting incident, was detained to facilitate investigations into a drug-related offence which he allegedly committed, about a year ago.

Sanjeevan was shot in a drive-by shooting at an intersection yesterday evening in Taman Awana Indah, Bahau.

He was with a friend in his silver BMW, with the window down and smoking a cigarette, when two men on a red motorcycle approached from behind.

The pillion rider drew out a weapon and shot Sanjeevan.

The gunman then got off the motorcycle but Sanjeevan sped off. He managed to drive some 300m and then asked his friend to take over the wheel.

The friend drove him to the Bahau hospital from which he was taken to the Kuala Pilah hospital.

He was transferred to the Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital in Seremban this morning where doctors are expected to operate to remove a bullet from his rib cage.

Police have beefed up security at the hospital to ensure he is safe. - July 28, 2013
































Ex-IGP links MyWatch chief murder attempt to dirty cops

BY RITA JONG
July 28, 2013
Latest Update: July 28, 2013 09:40 am
Former top cop Tan Sri Musa Hassan has linked the attempted murder of crime watchdog MyWatch chief R. Sri Sanjeevan to a recent expose on police personnel with crime syndicate links.

The former inspector-general of police made the claim in his Twitter microblogging account last night, hours after Sanjeevan was critically wounded in a drive-by shooting in Bahau, Negri Sembilan.

“I hope the police will do a thorough investigation to trace the suspect as he (Sanjeevan) had received death threats due to his revelation on police involvement with activities of syndicated crime and illegal activities,” said Musa in his twitter handle @TSMusaHassan.

Police said yesteday Sanjeevan was in his silver-coloured BMW when two men on a red motorcycle approached from the back at an intersection in Taman Awana Indah, Bahau.

The pillion rider drew out a weapon and shot at Sanjeevan, hitting him in the right rib. The gunman then alighted from the motorcycle but the victim sped off.

Sanjeevan is reportedly in stable but critical condition after undergoing surgery at the Kuala Pilah Hospital.

Prior to the incident, Sanjeevan had expected the imminent threat on his life as he had in his tweet tried to alert the current IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar on his twitter handle @KBAB51

He had posted on @SanjeevanSS: “A cop told some syndicate fellow that he will get them firearms and told them to fire shots at my house to scare me or my family.”

He had also tagged this tweet posting with Khalid’s and the Royal Malaysian Police force’s twitter handles.

Sanjeevan has been at the forefront of promoting crime prevention and claiming that police crime statistics were incorrect. Musa became his group's adviser just before Election 2013.
MyWatch, or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, rose to prominence after its patron, former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, made public several serious allegations in a few press conferences and interviews.

Chief among them were that politicians have been interfering with police work and that criminal elements have infiltrated the police force.

MyWatch had also claimed that it has in its possession evidence that top police officers were involved in criminal activities, including money laundering, gambling, prostitution and have direct links with underworld figures and kingpins. – July 28, 2013.




























The DAP calls upon the IGP to ensure a full and thorough investigation into the shooting of MyWatch chief R Sri Sanjeevan.
Sanjeevan has in the past complained of threats to his life. He has also lodged police reports.
There is every possibility that Sanjeevan was shot due to his recent expose about police involvement in crime syndicates.
If this is true, then caution must be taken in dealing with the matter and a special team must be set up to investigate the matter. We must be sure that those assigned to this case are in no way connected to the complaints made by Sanjeevan in the past.
What happened to his previous reports
More importantly, the IGP should tell us what happened to the reports lodged by Sanjeevan prior to his shooting. Were there investigations and if so, what came out of it?
It is even more disheartening to read that Sanjeevan had complained hours before he was gunned down that he received news that "a cop had told some syndicate fellow that he would get them firearms" and planned shots to be fired at his house to scare him and his family.
The question is having been informed about the attempt on his life or harm upon him and his family and knowing that there were previous attempts on his life, did the police take any steps to protect him before he was shot?
This is to my mind a serious matter and one of immense public concern. If the government wants the public to assist the police in its fight against crime, if they want members of the public to participate in community policing and so forth, then it must convince the public, with the fullest of assurance, that it is safe to do so.
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MP Puchong

































5:33PM Jul 28, 2013
Anti-crime activist R Sri Sanjeevan was attempting to reveal the names of cops that were allegedly linked to drug syndicates before he was shot, said PKR strategies director Rafizi Ramli.Please login to read full story.






























SEREMBAN -The attempted murder on the anti-crime watchdog MyWatch chairman in Bahau, Negeri Sembilan yesterday, may have been the work of the underworld bent on exacting revenge.

The police have not ruled this out as R. Sri Sanjeevan, 29, had previously, alerted the police on illegal gambling activities in the state, especially in Jelebu and Jempol.

As a result, he had received death threats and reported the matter to the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman, among others.

State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said the police were looking into several motives to facilitate investigations into the attempted murder on Sri Sanjeevan in Taman Chempaka about 4.30pm.

He said the police had also recorded a statement from Sri Sanjeevan's friend who was with him when a gunman and his accomplice made an attempt on the life of the MyWatch chairman.

In the incident, Sri Sanjeevan was driving his silver BMW, with the friend in tow, when he decided to wind down the driver's window for a puff at Taman Awana Indah.

At that juncture, two men on a red Yamaha LC motorcycle and wearing full-faced crash helmets, drew alongside the car before the pillion rider shot the victim in the right side of the abdomen at close range.

Osman said Sri Sanjeevan was warded at the Jempol Hospital before he was transferred to the Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital where his condition was described as critical but stable.

He said the victim would undergo surgery to remove the slug from his abdomen later today, adding that he was given round-the-clock police protection at the hospital.

Meanwhile, a special task force has been set up to investigate the attemtped murder. It is headed by Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah. Former inspector-general of police Tan Sri Musa Hassan is the patron of MyWatch.

Meanwhile, Osman said Sri Sanjeevan's friend who was with him at the time of the shooting incident, was detained to facilitate investigations into a drug-related offence which he allegedly committed, about a year ago.

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IGP Khalid: Bukit Aman will probe Sanjeevan's tweets

PETALING JAYA: Bukit Aman is looking into one of the last few tweets by MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan which he alleged that a cop had recruited a syndicate member to fire shots at his house.
























IGP Khalid: Bukit Aman will probe Sanjeevan's tweets

PETALING JAYA: Bukit Aman is looking into one of the last few tweets by MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan which he alleged that a cop had recruited a syndicate member to fire shots at his house.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said on Twitter: “I assure the family and public that our investigations will be thorough and will look into all aspect including those alleged by SS earlier.”
He added that CID director Comm Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah would personally supervise the probe into the case and would make arrests to facilitate investigations, if necessary.
“I wish Sanjeevan’s quick recovery to assist us in our investigations @PDRMsia,” Khalid tweeted.
Some eight hours before Sanjeevan was shot at 4.30pm Saturday, he had tweeted in @SanjeevanSS: “A @PDRMsia cop told some syndicate fellow that he’ll get them firearm & told them to fire few shots at my house to scare me/family!”
MyWatch chairman R.Sri Sanjeevan.
MyWatch chairman R.Sri Sanjeevan.
Sanjeevan was later shot by a man riding pillion on a motorcycle that pulled up beside his silver BMW when he wound down his window to smoke a cigarette at a junction near Taman Awana Indah in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan.
Two assailants on a red motorcycle had pulled up next to him. The pillion rider then fired a shot at Sanjeevan’s right rib.
Sanjeevan managed to drive off despite being badly injured, leaving his assailants behind, but stopped some 300 metres from the scene where his friend who was in the car with him took over the wheel to take the victim to Jempol Hospital.
He remains in stable but critical condition.
Sanjeevan and MyWatch has been in the news for exposing corruption in the police force with the backing of former IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan.






























Negri police chief: Sanjeevan shot once, bullet pierced rib cage

Sanjeevan being wheeled into an ambulance at the hospital in Jempol
Sanjeevan being wheeled into an ambulance at the hospital in Jempol
SEREMBAN - Doctors at Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital will perform a surgery to remove a bullet that was lodged in the rib cage of Malaysian Crime watch Task Force (MyWatch) chairman R Sri Sanjeevan (pix).
State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said the 29-year-old Sanjeevan has been warded at the hospital's intensive care unit in stable condition.

"He was moved from the Kuala Pilah hospital early today for the surgery," SAC Osman said.

SAC Osman said the victim was shot once. The bullet pierced his right elbow and lodged in the right side of the rib cage.

"We have also put our men on duty at the hospital to prevent any untoward incident," he said.

Sanjeevan's family members are keeping vigil at the hospital since he was brought here from Kuala Pilah.


Sanjeevan

Sanjeevan, a bachelor, was shot by a pillon rider when he stopped his BMW car at a traffic light junction in Taman Cempaka at about 4.30pm. He was then with another friend.
SAC Osman said both the riders on the motorcycle had dark complexion and wore full-faced helmets.

Sanjeevan managed to drive some 300m and later asked his friend to take over the wheel.

He was taken to the Jempol hospital and later to Kuala Pilah hospital.

Police have classified the case as attempted murder under Section 307 of the Penal Code.

SAC osman said police have detained Sanjeevan's 35-year-old friend for an unrelated case.

"His friend was on the police's wanted list for a drug related offence.

"I wish to state here that the friend was not detained for the shooting incident as reported by the social media," he said.



























Special task force to probe attempted murder

Police have not ruled out the attempted murder on the anti-crime watchdog MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan in Negeri Sembilan may have been the work of the underworld.






























MyWatch chairman shot


ESCAPE: Anti-crime watchdog head manages to speed off in car despite gunshot wound

 SEREMBAN: GUNMEN   targeting the chairman of the anti-crime watchdog, MyWatch, made an attempt on his life last night.
R. Sri Sanjeevan, who was shot at close range at 4.30pm yesterday at Taman Cempaka, Bahau, was at press time in a critical state.
Jempol police chief Supt Hamzah Alias said Sanjeevan had gone out with his friend, Ramesh Balakrishnan, 35, for a drink after picking him up from his house.
"The two were in Sanjeevan's silver BMW when he (Sanjeevan) stopped at a junction near Taman Awana Indah and wound down the car window for a smoke.
"Two assailants on a red motorcycle rode up next to him.
" The pillion rider then fired a shot at Sanjeevan's right abdomen," he told the New Sunday Times.
He said the pillion rider then got off the motorcycle and walked towards the car but Sanjeevan managed to speed off despite the gunshot wound.
"The victim managed to flee and leave the suspects behind.
"The suspects then left the crime scene and rode away towards the road leading to Rompin."
Hamzah said Sanjeevan drove some 300m from the scene before pulling over for his friend to take over the wheel.
"His friend (Ramesh), then moved him to the passenger's seat before driving to Jempol Hospital," Hamzah said.
Sanjeevan is expected to be transferred to Kuala Pilah Hospital today.
Hamzah said the police had yet to establish the motive behind the attempted murder.
"So far there have been no leads or suspects. Investigations are ongoing," he said, adding that a special task force had been set up by the Negri Sembilan police headquarters to probe the case.
In January, it was reported that Sanjeevan claimed he received a death threat but brushed it off as part of the risk that came with the role he had assumed.
Sanjeevan had claimed someone called him from a unknown number and warned him to watch his back as he had "stepped on too many toes".
In an unrelated incident, a lorry driver died after he was slashed by five men at a car workshop in Kundang, near Rawang, yesterday evening.
The victim, S. Alexander, 44, from Kg Baru Kundang, had arrived at the workshop to have his car repaired, when masked assailants, who came in a BMW and Proton Waja, attacked him.
District police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Rahim Abdullah said the victim, who was soaked in blood, was rushed to Sungai Buloh Hospital soon after the incident.
Rahim said the victim was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital at 7pm.
He suffered injuries on his head, both arms and legs.
He said the police suspected that the incident was related to gang rivalry.
Police recovered a parang on a road at the scene.
Rahim also said police had information that the victim was involved in another attack several weeks ago.

R. Sri Sanjeevan, the chairman of anti-crime watchdog, MyWatch, undergoing treatment at Jempol Hospital yesterday. Pic by Abnor Hamizam Abd Manap

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Anti-crime watchdog chief battling for life after being shot by gunman




SEREMBAN: Gunmen targeting on the chairman of anti-crime watchdog, MyWatch, made an attempt on his life yesterday.

R. Sri Sanjeevan, who was shot at close range at 4.30pm yesterday at Taman Cempaka, Bahau, was at press time was in a critical state.
Jempol police chief Supt Hamzah Alias said Sanjeevan had gone out with his friend, Ramesh Balakrishnan, 35, for a drink after picking up the latter at his house.
“The two were in Sanjeevan’s silver BMW when he (Sanjeevan) stopped at a junction near Taman Awana Indah and wound down the car window for a smoke.
“Two assailants on a red motorcycle rode up next to him. The pillion rider then fired a shot at Sanjeevan’s right rib,” he told the New Sunday Times when contacted last night.
He said the pillion rider then got off the motorcycle and walked towards Sanjeevan but Sanjeevan managed to speed off despite having sustained a  gunshot wound.
“The victim despite being badly injured,  managed to drive off, leaving the suspects behind."
“The suspects then left the crime scene and rode away towards the road leading to Rompin.” “ he said.
Hamzah said Sanjeevan drove some 300m from the scene before pulling over for his friend to take over the wheel.
“His friend (Ramesh), then moved him to the passenger’s seat before taking and driving  to the Jempol Hospital,” he said.
Sanjeevan is expected to be transferred to Kuala Pilah hospital today.
Hamzah said the police have yet to establish the motive behind the attempted murder.
“So far there have been no leads or suspects.  Investigation is ongoing,” he said, adding that a special task force had been set up by the Negri Sembilan police headquarters to probe the case, which is being investigated under section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.
It was reported in January that Sanjeevan claimed he received a death but brushed it off as part of the risk that came with the role he assumed.
Sanjeevan had claimed someone called him from a unknown warning him to watch his back as he had “stepped on too many toes”.

Mywatch president R. Sanjeevan undergoing treatment at Jempol Hospital. NST pix by Abnor Hamizam Abd Manap

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Senior cop's daughter robbed in smash and grab

KUALA LUMPUR: The daughter of Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Amiruddin Jamaluddin fell prey to a smash and grab incident at Setapak Jaya on Wednesday.
City deputy CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa confirmed Sentul police had received a report from the 34-year-old daugther of ACP Amiruddin.

ACP Khairi said the woman, who is self-employed was robbed when she stopped her car at a traffic light junction at 10.05am in Setapak Jaya.
“The two men who approached her vehicle on a motorcycle then smashed the window on her front passenger seat and grabbed her handbag that was on the seat,” he said.
ACP Khairi said the robbers took some cash and some of her personal documents in the incident.
He added that the woman was not harmed during the robbery.













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Crime watchdog says senior cops linked to underworld, demands IGP acts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crime watchdog says senior cops linked to underworld, demands IGP acts




December 21, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 21 — MyWatch, the crime watchdog linked to Tan Sri Musa Hassan, alleged today that top police officers are involved in money laundering, illegal gambling, prostitution, football bookmaking and have direct links with underworld figures. It also questioned what it said was the inaction and silence of Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar in the face of evidence of misconduct which the group said it would provide the authorities.
“Why should he choose to keep quiet, and why can’t he act without fear and favour on corrupt officers?” Sri Sanjeevan, the chairman of the Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch), said in a statement here.
Sanjeevan invited Ismail to meet with the group so that it could pass the evidence to him.
Otherwise, he said, the group would be forced to reveal the information to the public.
The group claimed that it had been declined an appointment with Ismail.
MyWatch first came to prominence when its patron, former IGP Musa (picture), revealed that several ministers and politicians, including Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein had taken direct command of the police force.
“There has been no answer by anyone even from IGP Tan Sri Ismail Omar so I assume they’re silently ‘agreeing’ with what we have revealed,” Sanjeevan said, referring to the allegations of interference in the police force.
Following his revelation, Musa and the group had been criticised by a number of former public figures including former Commercial Crimes Investigation Department (CCID) director Datuk Ramli Yusuff, former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) panel adviser Tan Sri Robert Phang, and ex-Kuala Lumpur Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim.
Sanjeevan accused the detractors of trying to distract and divert the public from their focus of the rising crime rate, wrongdoings in the police force and assistance to victims of any crime.
“Most of these cases are old cases that Musa himself has clarified and answered previously. Some of these allegations have been heard and cleared in court.
“Therefore it is not wise to talk about it any more unless the cases are being re-opened for investigation,” he said.
He warned the detractors to stop flinging false and malicious accusations against the group or risk legal action.
The group had previously revealed that it is in the midst of finalising its legal suit against Phang for linking the group with underworld figures and Pakatan Rakyat (PR).
Yesterday, Phang had threatened Musa with a RM100 million defamation suit for allegedly destroying his reputation during his tenure on the board of the MACC advisory panel.
The prominent philanthropist said Musa had damaged his reputation by accusing him at a recent news conference of abusing his authority to transfer a senior police officer in order to speed up the deployment of a project he had backed.
“I have sent a letter of demand for RM100 million to Musa Hassan and he already accepted. Signed by him,” the Social Care Foundation chairman had told reporters.















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Musa faces police report, RM100m suit

Anisah Shukry | December 20, 2012
Businessman Robert Phang plans to sue Musa for RM100 million for making allegations against himself and the police force.
PETALING JAYA: Businessman Robert Phang revealed today that he has lodged a police report against former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan over his allegations of corruption against the former as well as the police force.
“I want the police to look into Musa’s claims as well as to investigate me to confirm whether I [abused my power] so that my integrity and that of PDRM is maintained,” he told reporters here today.
He is also planning to sue Musa for RM100 million should the latter fail to apologise within seven days.
“My lawyers have sent him a letter of demand to retract and apologise for his false statements against me,” Phang said.
“The letter of demand is against whatever he said about myself and the police force,” he said.
“I am giving him seven days to come forward to state an apology. Seven days. Otherwise, I will definitely exercise my right and sue him,” he said.
Phang said that Musa had received the letter yesterday and had already signed and acknowledged it.
He added the purpose of the lawsuit was to “guide” Musa to tell the truth, and that the latter was a “spiteful man who spreads falsehood.”
Alleged involvement in project
Musa recently resurfaced in the media spotlight with claims that criminal elements existed in the police force, and that ministers actively meddled in police investigations.
The ex-top cop also accused Phang of abusing his authority to transfer a senior police officer in order to speed up the deployment of a project the latter was backing.
The project in 2009 involved the replacement of more than 30,000 new walkie-talkies for beat policemen, police stations and vehicles nationwide, and according to Musa was worth hundreds of millions of ringgit.
Even though Phang has admitted that he was appointed as an independent advisor to the telecommunications company awarded the contract, he has publically denied Musa’s claims and even thanked the ex top-cop for describing him as a supernatural man.
In the police report lodged yesterday, a copy of which was made available to the media, Phang wrote: “I vehemently deny that I have caused anyone to be transferred for whatever reason.”
“This is a serious allegation against me and PDRM and an offence under Section 500 of the Penal Code appears to be committed,” he added.
A slew of wrongdoings
Phang told reporters today he had also included in the police report a copy of a statutory declaration (SD) made by Musa’s former aide, ASP Noor Azizul Rahim Taharim.
The document accused Musa of a slew of wrongdoings during his tenure and exposed how Musa had allegedly manipulated the police succession hierarchy with his associate, an underworld figure known as BK Tan, as well as silencing critics with transfers and trumped up charges.
“I also asked the police to seriously investigate Azizul’s SD. Azizul was Musa’s aide, and if a policeman gives a SD, it is by law a very valid document,” said Phang.
“Azizul was very close to Musa; he must be telling the truth! The PDRM cannot keep their eyes closed. They must investigate this to restore the good name of the police,” he added.
He stressed that should the police refuse to investigate, it would derail all efforts by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s administration to clean up the police force and fight graft.
“They say we are changing, transforming, but changing to what? You don’t even dare to investigate Azizul’s SD, and that will receive a lot of flak,” he added.
He also pointed out that even up to today, he had not been informed of the results of a police probe into allegations of corruption regarding Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail, which were detailed in a book titled “Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail: Pemalsu, Penipu, Penjenayah?” (Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail: Fraud, Liar, Criminal?)
Phang had lodged the report in August this year with the hope that the authorities would investigate the AG’s alleged abuse of power as claimed by lawyer Zainal Abidin Ahmad.
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20 Dec 2012


Musa Hassan threatened with RM100 million suit

Former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) advisory panel member Robert Phang wants former police chief Musa Hassan to retract allegations against him or face a RM100 million defamation suit.

"I want him to come forward, I give him seven days to come forward to extend an apology otherwise, I definitely will exercise my rights," said Phang in a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

Phang added that he had yet to see the notice of Musa's claim on Dec 10 of the former IGP's intention to sue him in three days, over comments Phang had made.

But Phang said he did not receive any notification and decided to sue first.

"I want him to clarify and affirm what he had said," said Phang, saying that the allegation went overboard, affecting his reputation and the integrity of the police force.

Phang also said that he had lodged a police report, urging the police to investigate Musa's alleged claim that Phang had caused the transfer of a police officer in 24 hours for refusing to commission a police communications project in 2009.

"My purpose of suing him is to tell him to please tell the truth."

"The police must also investigate if I can influence the police, if I have such supernatural powers.

"That truth must be established so that my integrity as well as the police, will be maintained," he asserted.

In his police report, Phang further called for the police to investigate Musa's former aide de camp ASP Noor Azizul Rahim Taharim's statutory declaration (SD) against the former inspector general in 2009.

Azizul, in his SD, claimed that Musa was associating with underworld kingpins Goh Cheng Poh or Tengku Goh and BK Tan and that BK Tan was allowed to manipulate the placement of police officials.

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Crime busters, unite!

An article in the Star today:
Crime busters will not be intimidated, says Marah
PETALING JAYA: Those attempting to silence individuals dedicated towards crime busting such as MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan must be quickly and duly dealt with, said Malaysians Against Rape, Assault & Snatch theft founder (Marah) Dave Avran.
“We must act swiftly without fear or favour to arrest the perpetrators who initiated the shooting.
“If the act is meant to silence crime busters, then the perpetrators are sadly mistaken,” he said in a statement yesterday.
He condemned Sanjeevan’s shooting and urged those involved in crime prevention movements to unite and work with the authorities.
He extended Marah’s well-wishes to Sanjeevan for a speedy recovery and offered support to his family.
Avran founded Marah in July last year in response to calls for Malaysians to unite against crime.
Marah, a non-political, non-religious and non-racial movement, campaigns for safer car parks, safer streets, and the right to be safe in and outside homes.
Its Facebook page currently has 4,548 members. - Ends
Bru's comments: 
It is time anti-crime outfits like MARAH and MyWatch join forces with the police to fight the crooks and for PDRM to take them under their protective wings. 
They are all on the same side, after all, aren's they? 
My prayers to Sanjeevan's quick recovery so that he can re-unite with his loved ones and celebrate  Hari Raya with the Muslims, and to the early capture of the people who had made the attempt on his life. Those assailants are armed and dangerous so if the cops had to shoot first and ask questions later, I hope the crook-sympathisers among us don't come down too hard on our cops. 
 And like Dave Avran says, if those scums thought  it would intimidate crime busters like him, they were terribly mistaken.  Salute!










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