Consumerist: Malaysia An Open House Now For Foreign Criminals?

Dato Jacob George

‘Some are on dubious study visas, others on social visit pass and they drive local cars, live in high end apartments and walk around courting local women and in some cases, are married to them!

Many are alleged to be money launderers, partners in high end crime, drugs, human trafficking, prostitution, dealing with contraband and of late as agents to the controversial organ trade!

We have to act now failing which the security situation in the country will worsen and a serious backlash ensure from victims leaving exposed and embarrassed faces on those expected to maintain the security of the nation!’ – Dr Jacob George

Photo: [MAN WANTED BY POLICE]!! Please help to find. Kindly be mindful about any comments that you make.Shared by Polis KL(Source: http://tinyurl.com/p69m8ke)The Narcotics Criminal Investigation Division of the Kuala Lumpur's Police Contingentis looking for this man (as pictured) in connection to the Brickfields Report: 12355/2013, dated 2nd August 2013. The suspect's details are as follows: Name:   Osuji Kelly PrincePassport No. :   A04332350Last known address:   Blok A-13-6, Danau Impian Condo, Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala LumpurAge: 25Height: 5' 5" If anyone has information or know or have seen this person, please contact the Investigation Officer Inspector Hamsan Bin Hj Hadi at +6012 - 277 1619 or ASP Mohd Akmal Bin Abdullahat +6012 - 582 9300. You may also contact the police station at +603 - 2146 0522 extension 709 or +603 - 2146 0585 / 584 or any nearest police station near you.  berhampiran.

Consumerist: Malaysia An Open House Now For Foreign Criminals?

She was walking along a main road in Bangsar during broad daylight, the last thing any Malaysian expected was to be grabbed from behind with a knife held to her neck.

The traumatized 28-year-old legal adviser is reported to have stated that she was approaching the junction of the Jalan Maarof traffic lights near the Saidina Abu Bakar As-Siddiq Mos¬que when she was attacked at 6pm last Friday.

She continued to state that she felt the knife although she could not see under her collar.

She was a brave girl and fought the attacker off while screaming at him!
She also identified him as ‘foreign!’

I am aware that there is a CCTV there but again will an attempt to analyse the recording end up clouded under some screwed up bureaucratic cock up as far as the need to analyze footage is concerned?

Photo: During a press conference, Deputy Police Chief of Selangor Dato' A. Thaiveegan shared on two recent success stories by his police teams:Case #1:A woman who felt suspicious of an unfamiliar man entering her neighbour's home (in the Taman Kembangan Sari, Seri Kembangan area) quickly alerted the police on the matter. A team of police from the Criminal Prevention Unit as well as the Motorcycle Patrol Unit of the Serdang Police Headquarters nabbed the man last Friday.With the arrest of this man, the police tracked down his accomplices and subsequently arrested four other men. The suspects, are aged between 28 and 41. Three of the suspects have pass criminal records including drug offences. The police also seized items which are believed to have been stolen including a Samsung screen monitor, Skim Amanah Saham Bumiputera investment booklet and a ladies' handbag. The suspects are being remanded until today (Tuesday, 13 Aug 2013) and are investigated under Section 457 of the Penal Code for house break-in.Case #2:Last Saturday, a team of police from the Criminal Prevention Department checked and arrested two men who were acting suspiciously at Taman Universiti Indah, Serdang and seized a black Honda car which were previously reported missing at Perai, Pulau Pinang. Both suspects are being remanded until this Wednesday. Case #3:Last Friday, the Motorcycle Patrol Unit of the Bandar Kinrara Police Headquarters arrested two men and seized two fake guns. The two were were in a Proton Wira car at Puncak Jalil. One of the suspects is a manager at a security firm and has two past criminal records and drug offence. The two suspects are remanded until today, pending investigations.

More than a year ago, thanks to Police efforts 2 Peruvians believed to be members of a housebreaking syndicate involving Latin American nationals, were arrested in a raid on two apartment units in Bandar Puchong Jaya!

Shah Alam police chief ACP Zahedi Ayob then had stated that the 2 suspects aged 54 and 57, had entered the country using social visit passes.

A 43-year-old Colombian man, believed to be the member of the same syndicate, was also arrested.

I am advised that from two raids conducted these individuals were apprehended and following a search on the houses, police found various housebreaking tools and stolen items, including laptop computers, wrist watches, television, branded handbags, mobile phones and DVD player worth RM100,000.

These foreigners were reported to have put up a fight during the episode!

These men are to be remanded to facilitate investigation under Section 457 of the Penal Code!

But the sad truth is far too many foreigners whose background we know little are coming into our country from various entry points that is now of deep concern!

They are all over the country and especially in our entertainment and night spots!

They are all also hanging around ATM machines in various business and hypermarket centers!

Some are on dubious study visas, others on social visit pass and they drive local cars, live in high end apartments and walk around courting local women and in some cases, are married to them!

In the Klang Valley, Bangsar, Sunway, Puchong, Hartamas, Cheras, KL, are flushed with these foreigners and blacks!

Many are alleged to be money launderers, partners in high end crime, drugs, human trafficking, prostitution, dealing with contraband and of late as agents to the controversial organ trade!

Photo: Robber, girlfriend nabbed after using stolen credit cardNews by News Straits Times(Source: http://tinyurl.com/npnvful)13th August 2013KOTA KINABALU: A robber and his girlfriend were arrested after using a stolen credit card to pay for a hotel room in Tanjung Aru last Wednesday.Police seized a fake pistol, a switchblade and a chain from them.Deputy city police chief Superintendent M. Chandra said a third accomplice was still at large."The arrests followed a police report lodged by a 48-year-old businessman, who was robbed at his residence in Inanam last Wednesday, at 2.30am," he said yesterday.The businessman said he was outside his house when two masked men accosted him. One held a knife to the neck while the other pointed a pistol at him."They took his wallet and mobile phone."Later that morning, the victim was informed by a bank that his credit card had been used to pay for a hotel room in Tanjung Aru."With the information, police arrested the two suspects, the 25-year-old robber and his 21-year-old girlfriend, at the hotel.Chandra said police were tracking the third accomplice.Picture below :- Deputy Kota Kinabalu police chief Superintendent M. Chandra (centre) yesterday showing the fake pistol and other items seized from a robber and his girlfriend at a hotel room in Tanjung Aru. Pic by Mohd Adam Arinin

We have to act now failing which the security situation in the country will worsen and a serious backlash ensure from victims leaving exposed and embarrassed faces on those expected to maintain the security of the nation!

So are we going for these ‘big sharks’ – these foreigners or we going to be content with the ‘ikan bilis’ petty thieves, pimps and foreign prostitutes – thinking we are doing the world a favor by arresting these low life?

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