Saturday, 28 April 2012

The so-called peaceful protest in KL (additional videos and pictures)



This is a sad day indeed....you all watch this and judge for yourself.


The police car eventually had an accident in front of Sogo and the policemen inside beaten up by the rioters.  And they instead claimed that the police car ran into one of the rioters.


My prayers are now for the seriously injured policemen at the HKL ICU and their family.

ADDITIONAL VIDEO CLIPS AND PICTURES


They even hit the policeman on the driver seat after he can't move any more.

And in case anyone still dispute that the rioters did not injure any policemen, watch this -


 Upon a request by a pro-riot commenter, here is the picture of the policeman who drove the mobbed police car as he was dragged away by his "rescuers". Note that the "rescuer" in the yellow t-shirt has his hand on his throat -


And for bonus, this is the picture of Mohamad Azri Salleh, the guy wearing the halmet who tried to help the injured policeman in the car but was beaten up by the rioters. He is a cameraman of TV Al Hijrah.


52 comments:

  1. BigCat,

    If one should imagined what is happening inside the police car, I think the police panicked and try to get out of the situation. Unfortunately there were too many people around and the protester thought that the police is trying to rammed them up.

    This then lead to what happened. That is what I think the most likely probable scenario.

    This is an unfortunate incident for those police officers. I hope they recovered from this ordeal.

    Orang JB

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    1. Don't try to make things up to project that those rioters are just innocent bystanders who think that it was the police who were trying to ram them up. I saw another footage that showed the mob rushed up to the police car, which was just cruising, and they started throwing things at them, obstructing their view, smashing the car windows. That was what caused the accident. Don't try to play down the violence of these mobsters, or rather monsters. I for one will never be party to such lawlessness and violence. I am now no longer atas pagar, I have decided against these monsters.

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    2. This is the typical Anwar style of using his stooges to create deceitful chaos. He knows how to feed the foreign media with twisted news.

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  2. Kak,

    U watch n be the judge as well..
    http://manjongmari.blogspot.com/2012/04/kemalangan-kereta-polis-bersih-30-video.html

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    1. Yes, I had seen the pro-rioters clip. As you may noticed the police car had already been badly damaged by the rioters when it went out of control and swerved into the pavement. No amount of damage control by you all Pakatan cybertroopers would correct what is wrong with the wanton violence commited by these uncivilised people.

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    2. I think the policeman driving the car had already been injured when he lost control of the car. He may had passed out due to it. The wind screen and windows of the car were already smashed by the objects thrown at it at that time.

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    3. typical mob mentality. you smashed my windscreen and expect me to drive like an L-Driver. Wake up, with all you lots running around, it amazed me that the car 'choose' to crash and be the target of mobsters like you rather than plough you lot down straight into the safe zone of sane beings. I don't condone your actions, never will.

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  3. I totally disagree with your assertion.

    Firstly, the demonstration featured significant involvement of Malay youth. The reason they are involved is because of the profligate spending of the Najib administration that seriously jeopardizes their future. Perhaps you are unaware of the other bread and butter economic issues that are at play, that have cause normally docile and domesticated youth to strike out.

    The second issue is the clear intention of the Najib Administration to gerrymander the election. They passed a law barring election observers from attesting to the vote counting process.

    The question I put forth to you is what is the alternative. BN's pliant media, blogger berbayar and other emotionally unstable people keep on harping praise on Najib, in spite of his glaring inability to govern. The youth had no other outlet but to protest, and they refused to take their fate lying down.

    This events led to the mob assault on the police. The car skidded and now there are unconfirmed reports that one person is dead.

    My question to you is simple. If the youth do not protest, what is the option?

    Simply vote for BN, be governed by Najib, and pay the bills for Rosmah's extravagance.

    And please do not deny these facts. You know it is true, and it would be not in keeping with your general stance to stand up against extremely powerful interests.

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    1. Firstly, don't try to divert the issue from the violence on the streets today. Are you justifying these acts of uncontrolled violence by these "youths"? Are you than advocating the mob mentality of these "youths" that is endangering the public, not to mention the commercial activities of people who are working hard to earn a living? What do you think is the economic impact on those traders and shopowners on the streets affected by the rioters? What about the Sunday that should be good for business, instead becomes cleaning up day in the aftermath of a madness incited by selfish, self-centred, self-absorbed "youths"?

      Secondly, what facts? You are just presenting your own unsubstantiated opinions as "facts".

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    2. SWKhairy,
      Eh mangkok pundek! Apalah bodoh sangat kau ni cuba mempertahankan mob mentality gulungan yellow fever ni? BN has won and lost elections, no sweat and no qualm.
      Just because the opposition has won many seats in the PRU 2008, their heads are clouded that there can be no other result other than the total defeat of BN. It can clearly be seen that after 2008, a systematic attack on the BN/UMNO has been made on a daily basis that anything the government of the day wishes to implement is denounced as corrupt and unjust.
      And another thing, you mentioned the car skidded and UNCOMFIRM report of one death! Typical culture of perpetuating lies!

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    3. bourne identity29 April 2012 at 08:49

      I thin this ARSE -nal supporter has been sodomised by the great Al Juburi himself due to his eye sight problems. Everyone knows and everyone saw what these monkey demonstrators did - only a really blind person or ARSE-born persons would think otherwise!!!!
      You hardly see policemen in riot gear..they were just wearing their police berets which meant that they were expecting a peaceful demonstration as promised by the devil herself Ambiga.
      I cannot imagine a lawyer going against the law - what does this speak for the legal fraternity?
      No surprise that many house buyers kena tip by lawyers.....

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  4. Sir Wenger,
    We can see what's what lah. No amount of your terrific england writing can move me to accept and excuse this kind of behaviour. I don't want violence (the arab spring that One Leader is hoping for?)in my country.
    I was a fence-sitter like anon above, but I think not after this. We shall speak at the ballot box.
    MsT

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    1. Anon 8:56,
      My point is that you are now seeing the Malay youth rebelling against a Government, much the same way of the London riots. Those who jumped on the police car and started hitting, did so not because they wanted free elections but because they just wanted violence.

      I believe there are three options. I am quite neutral on all the Options, and do not want this to be seen as favouring one political party above another. I have gone on record as saying the best alternative is for BN to fire Najib, replace him with his Deputy and bring Dr Mahathir back into the Government. But whether you vote Najib, or you vote Ambiga, its up to you. Does not affect me one bit.

      Option 1: Ban Bersih, throw Ambiga into jail, and establish a totalitarian state.

      Benefit: Will be fewer peaceful rallies. Traders will have less to worry about. Cronies will be able to breathe easier.

      Drawback: Risk of an outbreak of violent demonstration

      Option 2: Sack Najib, dismiss Rosmah, bring back Dr Mahathir

      Benefit: Have a functioning Government without the massive corruption made by Najib and Rosmah

      Drawback: Opposition will be against this proposal

      Option 3: Vote Pakatan Rakyat at next General Election

      Benefit: Najib and Rosmah are removed from power
      Drawback: Ketuanan Melayu comes to an end.

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    2. 1. why do you keep repeating that the youth are representing the whole population of youth in general?
      2. If you can grow up in the system and excel, why can't the youth now?
      3. why do you keep repeating of the massive corruption of current administration when those you are pro with cant even declare their exorbitant lifestyle?
      4. the option is simple. cast your vote and do as what you did in sgor, prk, kdh, ktan & png.

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    3. I have a lot of friends who used to talk bad things about Tun M. Where are they now? Oh, they are speaking highly about Tun M, saying how Malaysia was a great country when he was the PM, wishing the Tun would be the next PM.

      I am not pinpointing to anyone, but I guess that this SWK guy was kinda like my friend used to be.

      I don't really care about your opinions on who's gonna rule Malaysia as a PM or the problem about youth today, but you kept changing the damn topic. Like Anwar always do.

      Just sayin'.

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  5. http://youtu.be/1xh52zernUM

    Sadden to see this.. THIS video shows more of what happened compared to the others...

    FIRSTLY, everyone should calm down, stop speculating and search for what really went down.

    #1 Protestors shouldn't be throwing anything at anyone or anything! Shame on those who did so. Shame on those that brought a bad name to a day that was supposed to be peaceful and for a proper cause- clean and fair elections.

    #2 Driver DID NOT look injured before getting bashed by some people. Is he a policeman at all? why was he wearing tshirt and shorts? and why wear crash helmet in a car??? why did he veer off road? and from video, it looks like he did hit protestors taking a rest.

    #3 Bashers that bashed the driver weren't wearing the official yellow BERSIH shirt! in fact, those wearing the official looking ones were protecting the second man in the car from being bashed! so, bashers could've been out for the day to see what's going on... join in on the 'fun' and felt mad when they perceived policemen rammed into bystanders... those who werent there won't know what really happen unless there's a footage that shows head to tail.

    #4 Car was overturned because apparently there were people UNDER the car! Not because protestors were angry as it seems to be reported over and over again!

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    1. #1 They were not protesters, they were rioters, mobsters, monsters - they were incited to commit foul deeds on the police - listen to the "polis sial", "polis babi", "terbalikan, terbalikan" as shouted by the person carrying the camera for malaysiakini.tv - that voice did not change in terms of volume as the person carrying the camera ran away from the incident

      #2 The person with the helmet was not the driver, that was someone who stopped to see whether the policemen in the car needed help, he was bashed up too

      #3 Stop making such pathetic excuses to justify your support for abominable acts of violence on another human being.

      #4 Don't be stupid, if there were people under the car, they would have been flattened and blood would have been everywhere - and you are talking about people here, i.e. more than one person under the car - how unreal can you get?

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    2. goingkookies...

      I think t its better for you to eat cookies as you know nut about the incident.

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  6. bourne identity29 April 2012 at 00:29

    Lets have a new slogan...MALAYSIA..Truly Monkey Nation.
    And all this thanx to Ambiga and Anwar - I wonder if thes 2 fuckheads have fucked each other and if they did - whose ass got rammed first?

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  7. I read in a FB page by pro mobsters saying how Malaysian they felt during their so-called peaceful gathering. No religion, no race, no color .. all as one, greeting each other. Like Malaysians. What a pile of horse manure. Malaysians have always been one until the the satan appeared in the form of AI. My question to these lunatic idiots is, did you ass-shits beat the helpless policemen together? So was it Malaysian when these mobsters resorted to throwing objects at the police car and then beat the hell of the policeman. Wow - you just gave a new definition to being a Malaysian. And now you try to paint yourselves, the idiotic kaki samseng mobsters as "victims"? Well, people like...the silent majority have had enough. You have not shown any maturity to rule a country less a kampung. Come election day, I pray we send you back mobsters back where you belong. To the zoo where you belong.

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  8. The BERSIH Movement was suppose to be a peaceful protest for free & fair election for us Malaysians but i guess nobody truly understand the whole big picture. Instead, they would rather paint the picture of Malaysia as a hooligan country to everybody in the world. ITs sad that some people still havent wake up to the fact that there are games being played by certain political people since the Next general election is coming and this BERSIH movement problems was their ace in the cards. SO My question is, DO YOU WANT leaders of these HOOLIGANS TO LEAD AND FORM OUR NEXT GOVERNMENT? Instead of calling Malaysia, maybe we should change it to Hooligansia. Or just change our slogan to Malaysia, Truly Stupid Asian....

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    1. What makes you think that the rest of us Malaysians would want to be lumped as Truly Stupid Asian with those idiots rioting on the streets under the guise of protesting for a free and fair election by those few blinkered ones who think they are oh so wonderfully educated and highly intelligent and better than the rest of us?

      Why malign Malaysia by changing it to Hooligansia when its lesser forms of humanity take to the streets of KL and subject everyone else to their nastiness and destructive acts, calling for their version of freedom which undermines everyone else's?

      Do not play mind games with us, the ordinary Malaysians, just because a bunch of self-absorbed, psychopathic losers went on a rampage endangering innocent lives. We are not, and never will be, part of your Hooligansia.

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  9. What has happen had already happenned. It's an eye opener for neutral people like me. I have already decided for the next general election to throw out the people who does not qualify to be lawmakers.

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  10. BigCat,

    The police car "did" ran into the protesters. It happened in mere seconds and the protesters couldn't have known that the policemen is already injured. Someone could have been killed or seriously injured by the car. Lets not forget that the life of ordinary civilian is valuable as well. From what I see, its the yellow shirt protester who save the policeman despite what you indicated.

    I think if you want to find fault, it is those who threw the bottles that caused the whole mess.

    Now, If you got ten of thousand of people gathered, there is bound to be idiots and lunatic in the group. These people are the one that cause trouble, the vast majority of the protesters act properly.

    After bersih 2.0, because of the large number of tunrouts, there should have been proper discussion between the organizer and the government on the proper venue of the assembly. There should not be a last minute decision on this.

    From what is shown lately, the two most senior executive of EC is the member of UMNO, seriously,..... and you expect people to accept that the EC is impartial? please take a reality pill.....

    Zoro

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    1. So, the people who are responsible for this whole nonsense cannot anticipate that if they gathered thousands of people these sorts of things will not happened? The ones who started the riot was the Pas' Unit Amal members who were supposed to maintain security. They are the one who charged the barricades at Dataran Merdeka prompting police to fire tear gas and water cannon. As for the beaten up policemen, watch the video carefully and you can see one of the rioters hitting the policeman who was driving the car with the cone as he sit injured in the car. Swallow that as your reality pill.

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    2. BC, just heard that the cop who was beaten by the mob has passed away this morning and will be buried in after zohor today.

      i'm not given to cussing, but to the dirty bersih goons and their apologists on your thread, i'd like to take this opportunity to say "EFF YOU!"

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    3. Anon 10.07pm.
      Please wait for official confirmation of this sad news. Thanks.

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    4. Well, so the people govern the country cannot anticipate that there will thousand of turnouts thus should provide or grant a proper venue like Dataran Merdeka or Stadium Merdeka rather then letting people get crowded all over the place.

      This had happened twice already. They should have known better.

      About the guy with the cone....well what about the protesters who nearly got run over by the car. People nearly got killed by the car, they probably thought that the police is trying to run over them.

      Watch the video carefully and you will see that the yellow shirt protesters take the policeman out of the car and out of harms way.

      About the head of EC a member of UMNO that was in the news lately, it is like the referee of the world come, Germany vs Spain but the referee is from Spain. Makes no sense to me nor to anyone which is not insane.

      Zoro

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    5. The stadiums had been offered to them. You can't remember that? As for the police car, you are blind or what? They throw objects at it without any provocation causing the policeman to lose control of the vehicle. Still want to spin is it? The two goons you said came to the rescue actually dragged the injured policeman away before beating him up. There were pictures of that.

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  11. The stadium offered last minute...why cannot decide earlier?. Don't they know thousand will come like 2.0. Of course they know.

    No spinning from me, I'll leave that to the newspaper and blogs. You can see for yourself in todays newspaper.

    Put the picture up where the goons beat the policeman.

    Like I said earlier, if you want to find fault, then blame those who threw the bottles. They are the one who started the mess. Once the police car ran into the the crowd then all hell break lose.

    They will always be hooligans and lunatic in a crowd that big, that is why there should be a proper place for the assembly. Why dont they just let them gather at one place (in the beginning), they scream their lungs out then they go home. This should not had happened.

    I hope the news of the policeman is not true and he is ok.

    Zoro

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    1. The stadiums offered last minute? Get real, ok? Ambiga rejected the stadiums days ahead. You are just trying to find excuses for the violence committed by the rioters, who are clearly there because of the organisers refusal to compromise with the authorities.

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    2. BigCat,

      Now why Ambiga would reject Stadium Merdeka? Bersih 3.0 was announced weeks before, stadium was offered 2 days before (from what I have read).

      Don't the authority have enough facts to make a decision much earlier? The fact that there will thousand of people crowding the road?

      There should have make the decision weeks ago, then all this would not have happened.

      I do not think that the organizers refused to compromise, if the option of Stadium merdeka was on the table much earlier, I think they would have taken it instead of going to the street.

      If you remember Bersih 2.0, Bersih did announced that they want Stadium Merdeka but at the end of the day you know what happened.

      I still cannot find the picture where you mentioned the yellow shirt protester who rescue the police man suddenly make a 180 degree turn then beat up the policeman.

      Zoro

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    3. You must have been very selective with the news that you read if you truly believe this story you are putting up here. Check your facts again, from all sources, if you are really interested in the truth. But if you are here just for damage control, don't expect me to waste my time with your hyperbole.

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  12. Most of the answers here bar few are selective. Those who support either the demonstrators or the police decide only to point out clips/videos/news beneficial to them. Such huge turnout of people will eventually lead to unnecessary events. Things will go out of control, either due to agent provocateurs or plain stupid control handling evidenced happening at both camps. The government instead of choosing to highlight or whitewash events should thoroughly do a post-mortem on the events unfolding and all perpetrators whether demonstrators or security personnel that crossed the law should be brought to court and sentenced accordingly. Concerted attacks on journalists and media personnel should be addressed immediately by the authorities (there are too many blogs repeating it for us to take it as opposition propaganda). Do this and BN comes out clean. My two cents worth, for all the double speak and claims of righteousness, in this case it is BERSIH 1 Govt 0

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    1. This has got nothing to do with BN, it is all about Pakatan trying to undermine the civil service, defying law & order, demonising the police. It is all about the Pakatan and their web of lies, misinformation and rumour-mongering. All these while we have been fed with Pakatan propaganda. Your very comment here is full of innuendos that try to cast those trying to uphold the law as the perpetrators of violence. I am sure you are also part of the propaganda machinery that is trying to undermine the police in the eyes of the public. I now know how you people twist the "news" to suit your spin, don't think you can keep on fooling us.

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    2. Whether it is Pakatan undermining the civil service or not, neither are we talking about twisting of news. Both sides will twist news to their benefit. This is the nature of things. However, take note that BN is the current ruling government and thus it becomes their duty as sitting government to answer for anything that happens. The answer can be 1) bring to court all perpetrators to face the full might of the country's laws or 2) give out empty handed statements extolling certain events and parties. You can't have it both ways. It is all about perception of the public and as far as the government is concerned it is a Catch 22 situation no matter what action or measure taken.

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    3. Compared to the Pakatan state administrations, the BN government has displayed extreme tolerance and caution when dealing with the public. We can actually make a comparison, and BN seems to be the better option. With the events leading up to 28/4 and the subsequent outcome of it, I doubt that the majority would entrust the running of the country to these Pakatan loons and their goons.

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  13. bourne identity29 April 2012 at 20:40

    Strangely.....KL people avoided this monkeymania demonstration... orang kampung datang kot? I thought with Astro, internet....t mentality of orang kampung has improved.
    Evidently..it hasnt..sadly.
    PAS...PKR...DAP and Bar Council....may I declare you as members of the Monkey Nation....
    I have to salute Anwar Al Juburi though for being successful in sodomising the minds of all the leaders in PAS, DAP and Bar Council.
    Well done fuckheads and all those who support Bershit 3.0
    Belum lagi control PutraJaya!!!!!!!

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    1. Don't give him too much credit, he was just being used as much as he is using the others. In other words, those so-called leaders are simply using each other to achieve their different objectives/agenda without really caring that they are being used.

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  14. Which part that I got wrong.

    Got the part about the stadium merdeka in You tube (debate between Ambiga and Khairy part 4, you may refer to minute 28.13). This is from Ambiga words herself not in the news.

    I am interested in the truth. If I am wrong at any part, please enlightened me.

    Who cares about the damage control but when the intention of organizer is good, and most of participant were well behaved, suddenly the news only focus and divert to this incident then, I believe this is what people say, spin. This is not right.

    Despite the false rumor, I heard the news that the police officer involved is O.K. That is a good news.

    Zoro

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    1. Don't be so happy, as of this afternoon he is still in a coma in ICU, on life support. If he dies, it's manslaughter if not murder. The rest I won't bother to respond to.

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    2. Haven't you watched the news yet....He is fine. So there will be no charge of manslaughter or murder.

      Zoro

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    3. Then the rioters who beat him up should be charged for attempted murder and the leaders of the riot should be charged with abetting attempted murder.

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    4. BigCat,

      I think you are taking this a bit too far.

      Surely you do not expect Bersih organizer going to take up the responsibility for whatever the people is doing. Everyone should be accounted for what he/she is doing. There is law in this country.

      If memories serve me right, I think Ambiga was a former president of Bar council, yes?

      Zoro

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    5. You people are the ones taking this too far by beating up people, sending policemen to ICU while trying to justify your uncivilised acts with talks about free and fair election kononnya. Yeah right, ex bar council president who defies the laws of the land, promoting lawlessness and a bar council that are blatantly trying to bring down the government through street protests? Sorry, you people have lost me.

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    6. Those who do the crime will be responsible. Those who beat up people in the street, hitting the policemen they will be responsible for their crime.

      Supposing you organize a dancing competition, then one of the dancer got drunk and hit the security guard. Are you going to be responsible for it while your dancer get away with it?. I don't think so.

      Likewise, Bersih organized the rally, if an idiot cause trouble hitting anybody, then that idiot will be charged breaking the law.

      This talk about the organizer will be responsible is all politician talk.

      Are you still lost?

      That is what I meant by taking things to far.

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    7. There is this legal concept of vicarious liability. Go check with Ambiga and her Bar Council buddies. They should know this if their law degrees are not of the Cap Ayam variety.

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    8. BigCat,

      Seriously, the goons who use the cone hitting the policeman gets away while Ambiga take the wrap.

      You think they are going to hang a charge to Ambiga with vicarious liability?

      You are funny.

      BigCat, I have to stop here.

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  15. Why just keep talk about which policeman injured and died? What about the innocent civilians and protectors? Aren't they Malaysian as well? Bukan 1 Malaysia ke???

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    1. Because the ones in ICU are the policemen, and the members of media hospitalised were the ones set upon by the mobsters lah u idiot. Tu pun masih nak dipertahankan lagi para penjenayah ni?

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    2. I you sure that there were no civilian got hurt or got into ICU? I saw some clip that they were people hurt.

      There was one person died the last time.

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    3. Abang...u ada ka tempat kejadian tak??

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