Videos, Photos, Reports: 32 Arrested for marching to Parliament…

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25 Jun

Aunty Bersih on why she was arrested!

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Police hit us first – protester

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Scuffle breaks out as police arrest youth protesters outside Parliament

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Police regain control of situation: Protest at Parliament

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CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL
MONDAY 24 JUNE 2013
8.30PM
JINJIANG POLICE STATION

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**Aunty Anne and another 25 hero & heroines are being detained in Jinjang lockup. **
In solidarity with the detainees at Jinjang Lockup, a candle light vigil will be held outside the detention centre from 8 pm onwards. Please share widely!!…!! (All of the detainees are at Jinjang except Ehsan who is kept at Dang Wangi) Those surrendered themselves in as a form of solidarity with those arrested include Edy and Chegubard from SAMM, Auntie Anne, Adam Adli and others.

安妮婆婆,阿当阿里,和其他共26人被警方逮捕!

今晚在增江警局将会有烛光伸援会!敬请大家出席!!请帮忙广传!谢谢!

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Scuffle breaks out as police arrest youth protesters outside Parliament

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Padang Merbok campers charge towards Parliament, 26 detained

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malaysiandigest.com

[UPDATED] From Padang Merbok To Parliament, Protesters Clashed With Police

4.00pm

Some 30 protesters are gathered outside the Jinjang detention centre. Police have barricaded the entrance to the centre. According to a tweet on Safwan Anang’s Twitter account, those arrested will be remanded for 24 hours at the Jinjang police lock-up.

Pic: mD/Faisol MustaffaPic: mD/Faisol Mustaffa

Pic: mD/Faisol MustaffaPic: mD/Faisol Mustaffa

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23h

Among the arrested – Auntie BERSIH. @ Lokap Berpusat Jinjang

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Malaysiakini

Cops: We were pelted with bottles, eggs and paint
5:34PM Jun 24, 2013

Protesters outside Parliament provoked police officers and men guarding the building by pelting water bottles, eggs and paint at them, claims Kuala Lumpur police chief Mohmad Salleh.

In a press statement posted on Facebook this afternoon, Mohmad said the protesters subsequently charged at the barricade protecting the entrance to Parliament, injuring several police personnel.

NONE“At around 11.30am when the police were guarding the entrance to the Malaysian Parliament, they were charged at by protesters…,” he said.

As a result, Mohmad said, a number of his officers suffered various injuries, including a broken tooth.

“A senior officer from the Sentul district police headquarters suffered injuries on his right eye and nose.

“Another officer from the Dang Wangi district police headquarters sprained his left thumb and also suffered a broken front tooth,” he said.
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Mohmad added that several other police officers had also suffered light injuries.

“However, the police were able to control the situation from persisting.

“A total of 32 people were arrested, consisting of 29 males and three females…,” he said.

Cops: We were pelted with bottles, eggs and paint

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23h

25 detained after protesters scuffle with cops in front of Parliament: KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-five Black 505 pro…

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23h

Akhirnya dapat masuk utk bertemu dgn aktivis2 yg ditahan depan Parlimen. @ Lokap Berpusat…

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Malaysian Insider

Police arrest 15 protesters who tried to barge into Parliament

Muzliza Mustafa
June 24, 2013

More than 15 protesters, including activists Shukri Razab, Adam Adli Abd Halim and Badrul Hisham Shahrin, were detained as the demonstration outside parliament fizzled out.

They surrendered to police peacefully after earlier trying to bulldoze their way into parliament to hand over a memorandum demanding the resignation of the head of the Election Commission, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof.

Those arrested were taken to the Dang Wangi police headquarters at about noon.

Earlier, police had to form a human shield to stop the group from entering Parliament.

The protesters, led by Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia, had earlier camped out for two days at Padang Merbok before marching to Parliament this morning.

They also urged Batu MP Tian Chua, who was with them, to boycott the swearing in of Members of Parliament.

The group then quietened down and lay on the ground until they heard that opposition MPs had been sworn in. Several of them then tried to push their way in before police intercepted them. – June 24, 2013.

Police arrest 15 protesters who tried to barge into Parliament

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2m

MP baru & Ketua AMK baru keluar dari Lokap Jinjang selepas bertemu dgn 32 org aktivis yg ditahan.

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Di depan pintu masuk Lokap Jinjang, menunggu kebenaran masuk dari pegawai polis; bertemu dgn .—–
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Pegawai polis yang dicederakan peserta . Perhimpunan aman?

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Insan2 yg telah dirosakkan mindanya oleh . Percuma dpt gelang besi dr

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