WHERE ARE ALL THE GUNS COMING FROM?
THE CROOKS ARE SHOOTING! SO ARE THE COPS! BUSINESSMEN WITH GUNS WILL SHOOT, TOO; AND SO WILL THEIR ARMED BODYGUARDS.
DON’T GET CAUGHT IN THE CROSS-FIRE!
1 March 2018
@501Awani #AWANInews #Hi8 Seorang lelaki ditembak mati suspek menunggang motosikal di hadapan SK Sri Serdang, 5.45 petang tadi. Difahamkan mangsa sedang menunggu anaknya sebelum ditembak seorang daripada dua suspek bermotosikal.
” Seorang lelaki tempatan ditembak suspek menunggang motosikal di hadapan Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) SriSerdang di…
Seorang lelaki mati ditembak ketika sedang menunggu bas di hadapan SK Sri Serdang, Selangor petang tadi – Polis
28 February 2018
#ICYMI Tiga lelaki bersenjata mati ditembak
Tiga lelaki bersenjata ditembak mati oleh pihak polis di kawasan ladang sawit di Batu 2 Jalan Kalabakan-Keningau berhampiran bulatan Kalabakan, Tawau, Sabah pada petang Selasa.
Ketua Polis Daerah Tawau, ACP Fadil Marsus berkata dalam kejadian 3.20 petang itu, sepasukan polis berbalas tembakan dengan suspek yang dipercayai menggunakan senjata rifel dan revolver.
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TAWAU: Tawau Police shot dead three armed men in a shootout incident at Kalabakan-Keningau road yesterday afternoon.
Tawau police chief, ACP Fadil Marsus said, the three suspects were believed to be involved in crime and terrorist activities.
According to him, Tawau Police, acting on information provided, had trailed a white Kancil car used by the three suspects in a suspicious manner at Mile 2, Kalabakan-Keningau road (near Kalabakan roundabout) at about 3.20pm.
The suspects, on being aware they were being trailed by the police, began speeding towards Mile 3, Kalabakan-Keningau road, where they turned into an oil palm plantation (Block 22) and then stopped about one kilometre from the main road.
As the police approached them to get closer to their vehicle, the three suspects took out their weapons and fired at the police. In self-defence, the police returned fire and shot dead the three suspects at the scene.
The identity of the three suspects have yet to be identified as they were not in possession of any identity documents.
22 June 2016
Cops nab man linked to Batu Caves shooting http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/06/153759/cops-nab-man-linked-batu-caves-shooting …
“We have also identified another suspect after monitoring the closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs) recording there. Police are currently intensifying efforts to locate the man,” he said.
21 June 2016
#AWANInews Gunman shoots two motorists near Batu Caves http://english.astroawani.com/malaysia-news/gunman-shoots-two-motorists-near-batu-caves-108849 …
Kejadian tembak menembak di Batu Caves bawah MRR2. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/bahasa/2016/06/21/dua-lelaki-ditembak-berhampiran-batu-caves/ …
21 June 2016 | MYT 9:06 PM
Brothers were allegedly shot in Batu Caves for repossessing car
21 June 2016 | MYT 9:06 PM
Brothers were allegedly shot in Batu Caves for repossessing car
The elder brother, 34, was driving their own car while the younger one, 30, was driving the repossessed car.
The two stopped at a red traffic light at Jalan Besar Sunway Batu Caves, less than a kilometre away from the hotel, not knowing that the two men who tried to stop them earlier had caught up with the siblings in another car.
One of the men got out, walked to the elder brother’s vehicle, opened the car door and shot him. He did the same with the second victim.
The shooter then got back into his car and sped off with his accomplice a few hundred metres away to another parked car by the roadside.
They ditched their car and got into the parked vehicle and later drove off.
The elder brother was shot in the head while the younger one, who was shot in the ear and cheek, managed to drive to a petrol station nearby to seek help.
15 May 2016
Two die in early morning shootout
PETALING JAYA: Two men – one of them a wanted criminal – were killed in an early morning shootout with police Sunday.
The incident, which happened along Jalang Lagong, Rawang, at around 3am, happened as police on patrol were tailing a car being driven suspiciously.
Police stopped the vehicle as it approached a turn in the road, but the suspects started shooting after the police identified themselves.
An exchange of gunfire then ensued, and the two suspects were shot dead.
According to Selangor CID chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah, police believe that the two men were preparing for a robbery, judging from the items found in their vehicle.
Two gunmen killed in morning shootout with police in Kundang …
#AWANInews Insiden berbalas tembakan dengan polis di Kundang, dua penjenayah maut http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/insiden-berbalas-tembakan-dengan-polis-di-kundang-dua-penjenayah-maut-105360 …
26 January 2016
Man survives after being shot twice in Temerloh http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/01/124012/man-survives-after-being-shot-twice-temerloh …
By T.N.Alagesh – 26 January 2016 @ 10:06 AM
25 January 2016
25 January 2016 | MYT 8:09 PM
Satu Hati Puchong gang leader gunned down
ALING JAYA: A gang leader of Satu Hati Puchong was gunned down when he was on his way for a meeting in Jinjang Selatan.
In the 2pm incident, the 41-year-old man, who also worked as a contractor, was believed to have been shot at close range minutes before he was scheduled to meet an acquaintance near a squatter settlement at Jalan 13/32 on Monday.
Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said the victim’s body was found with several gunshot wounds on his face and chest.
“He was found in a pool of blood in the driver’s seat of his car.
“The gear was on reverse and there were three gunshot marks on the windshield. The window at the passenger’s seat was also broken,” he said.
At the scene, police retrieved several empty slugs and a live 9mm bullet about 12m away from where the body was found.
“We also checked his sling bag and found his wallet and four mobile phones.
“Several eyewitnesses have been called in to facilitate the investigations. One of the witnesses claims that after hearing the shots, he saw two suspects entering two pick-up trucks before driving off.
“Both vehicles were parked in front and behind of the victim’s car. We believe that the suspects might have intercepted the victim’s vehicle before firing shots,” he said, adding that a Proton Persona was also rammed by one of the suspects in a bid to flee.
Man killed in Jinjang drive-by shooting
#nst170 http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/01/123927/man-killed-jinjang-drive-shooting …
By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – 25 January 2016 @ 5:17 PM
4 December 2015
Paya Terubong, George Town
WHAT A LUCKY MAN! SHOT AT 5 TIMES, HE ONLY GOT SHOT IN THE BUM TWICE. But he won’t be sitting for quite some time…
Man survives shooting at Penang coffeeshop
Last updated on 4 December 2015 – 12:04am
GEORGE TOWN: A 30-year-old man cheated death after he was shot by an unidentified assailant while having dinner with few of his friends at a coffeeshop in Jalan Paya Terubong here today.
Northeast district police chief ACP Mior Faridalatrash Wahid said the victim sustained injuries on his buttock and waistline after two out of the five shots hit him during 9.40pm incident.
He said the suspect has since fled from the scene and police have since identified the assailant and were searching for him.
He said the suspect had an argument with the victim a day before the incident took place
3 December 2015 | MYT 12:01 AM
Man shot twice in the buttock at coffee shop in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: A man in his 30s was shot at five times by a gunman at a coffee shop in Paya Terubong here but only two of the bullets hit the victim’s buttock.
George Town OCPD Asst Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said the man was having dinner with two friends when the gunman walked up to him from behind and opened fire at close range.
“We believed he was shot at five times but we recovered only four bullet casings so far.
“One of his dinner companions was injured in his left arm when one of the shots ricocheted.
“The gunman then fled the scene with another accomplice waiting in a car outside the coffee shop,” he said.
2 December 2015
2 December 2015 | MYT 2:21 PM
Suspected armed robber shot dead near Templer Park
KUALA LUMPUR: An unidentified gunman was shot dead by police in a shootout near Persiaran Bukit Takun, near Templer Park.
The man, a suspected robber, had been spotted around 2.50am on Wednesday by a team of Bukit Aman’s Special Task Force on Organised Crime (Staffoc) about 2km away from the shootout scene near Commonwealth Forest Park.
” So they approached the two men to detain them but the two suspects sped off,” he said at a press conference at Gombak Police headquarters on Wednesday.
A high speed car chase ensued until the car driven by the gunman’s accomplice crashed.
ACP Ali said that when the team surrounded the vehicle and asked the men to surrender, shots were fired at them from the passenger side of the car.
“They had to return fire to defend themselves.
” After that, one of the suspects emerged from the car and collapsed,” he said while adding the driver had managed to flee.
Polis tembak mati penjenayah yang amat dikehendaki di Templer Park kira-kira 2.30 pagi tadi http://hmtro.com/1N2KzwX
20 November 2015
Two-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead, Father Badly Injured In Semenyih
Friday November 20, 2015 MYT 1:38:23 PM
Toddler killed, father seriously injured in Semenyih shooting
KAJANG: What was supposed to be a quick trip to fetch his wife from work turned deadly when a father and his child were shot, killing the two-year-old on the spot.
In the incident at 9.45pm on Thursday, the man was standing in front of a florist shop along Jalan Besar in Semenyih here when an unidentified assailant opened fire.
Selangor CID chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said investigations revealed that the suspect may have targeted the father.
“We believe that the toddler was hit by a stray bullet. She was pronounced dead by a medical team at the scene while the father was rushed to the Kajang Hospital,” he said, adding that the victim was in critical condition.
DCP Mohd Adnan said police were still in the process of ascertaining the motive behind the attack.
It is understood that the indo-the injured were on Thursday (19th) night after midnight, got daughter as wife ready to close the door to a flower shop, gunmen sniper.
“Initial investigation showed that three shots were fired. We are still investigating the cause of the incident,” he said, adding that he said adding that the duo were taken to Kajang Hospital.
7 November 2015
MAN SURVIVES FIVE SHOTS BUT IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION
Lelaki parah ditembak penjenayah di kedai fotostat di Bndr Tsk Kesuma, Semenyih http://hmtro.com/1GP0dPh Pix pembaca
Saturday November 7, 2015 MYT 5:07:38 PM
Man shot at five times, survives
KAJANG: A lorry company worker was shot at five times by a masked man, all in the full view of his three young children.
The 28-year-old man is now in critical condition at the Kajang Hospital intensive care unit (ICU).
Police say they are trying to establish a motive for the brazen murder attempt.
The victim was shopping for stationery with his children, aged three to 10, at a shop in Taman Tasik Keruma, Semenyih on Friday evening when he was shot.
Police said that closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage showed a suspect wearing a motorcycle helmet entering the premises at about 4.14pm and pointing a gun straight at the victim.
Witnesses at the shop told reporters that they heard as many as five shots being fired. The commotion drove the shop owner and his staff to dive under tables to protect themselves.
The suspect was seen riding pillion on a motorcycle that sped from the scene. Police said the suspect was shot in his chest.
The man’s children were unhurt during the incident.
29 September 2015
Drug addict shot by accomplice in botched robbery attempt
A suspected robber was accidentally shot by his accomplice during a botched robbery outside Mentari Court near Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, The Star Online reported.
Police said the gang, comprising four men, had pulled up in a Perodua Viva next to their intended victim, who was walking to his car, about 7.45pm last night.
One of the men pointed a gun at the victim’s stomach and demanded that he handed over his gold ring and a bag he was carrying.
However, the victim put up a fight as he was handing over the bag.
“The victim grabbed the suspect’s hand with the gun and a struggle ensued. Then another suspect in the car tried to help but ended up getting shot in the right thigh,” The Star Online quoted Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim as saying.
The gunfire from the pistol prompted the four suspects to flee. Police, however, arrested the injured suspect shortly after the incident.
18 September 2015
Man shot to death when leaving restaurant
Lelaki maut ditembak di depan restoran di Jln Tun Ismail, Kuantan 2.37 pagi tadi http://hmtro.com/1Yi7sEQ Pix polis
KUANTAN: A man was killed while two others were injured in a firing incident at a restaurant near Jalan Tun Ismail, here this morning.
In the 2.20am incident, the victim Arzurizan Abdul Rahman, 39, succumbed to head injuries.
It was learnt that the victim and two others were shot by a group of men driving a Proton Waja using false registration numbers.
The suspects believed to have fired at least four shots towards Arzurizan and two others as they were about to leave the restaurant.
3 September 2015
‘Datuk Seri’ escapes assassination attempt although 15 shots were fired at his MPV
Wednesday September 2, 2015 MYT 7:13:51 PM
Businessman escapes death after shots fired at MPV
KUALA KUMPUR: It was a near death experience for a 57-year-old businessman when two men on a motorcycle attempted to kill him by opening fire from a distance.
In the 1.30pm incident, the “Datuk Seri” the was on the way from Kajang to the city centre when the masked suspects fired several shots before fleeing the scene.
City police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said the businessman was travelling in a Toyota Vellfire with a bodyguard and his driver near the Loke Yew roundabout when he heard shots being fired at his vehicle.
“Fearful for his life, the victim drove to the Cheras police station to seek protection.
“When they arrived and inspected the vehicle, they found bullet holes on the left passenger side window and the sun roof,” he said.
SAC Zainuddin said the victim sustained minor injuries caused by shattered glass.
‘Datuk Seri’ escapes assassination attempt
Last updated on 3 September 2015 – 12:11pm
CHERAS: A businessman who had in the past been probed by police for alleged underworld activities, cheated death when two assailants rained gunfire on his vehicle today.
The 57-year-old victim, who is a “Datuk Seri”, escaped the apparent assassination attempt during which no less than eight shots were fired, with just some light injuries on his hands, legs and head.
“The injuries were from the pieces of broken glass shattered by the gunshots,” said city Criminal Investigations Department (CID) chief SAC Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad.
The incident occurred about 1.30pm when the businessman, who was accompanied by two bodyguards, was in his black Toyota Vellfire heading to the city centre from Kajang.
The vehicle was approaching the Jalan Loke Yew roundabout when two masked assailants fired several shots at it from a nearby flyover.
The shots, believed to have been fired from automatic weapons, hit the vehicle’s left passenger window and sunroof.
Police are investigating the motive behind the shooting under Section 307 of the Penal Code, for attempted murder.
It is learnt that this was the second murder attempt on the Datuk Seri, a former Emergency Ordinance (EO) detainee who is alleged to be one of the four underground “Heavenly Kings of Kuala Lumpur”.
Two years ago, while he was being driven in his Jaguar by Taman Taynton View in Cheras, a bomb attached to the undercarriage of the car was detonated.
The explosion ripped through the vehicle but both the businessman and his driver escaped unhurt.
25 June 2015
Thursday June 25, 2015 MYT 9:47:45 AM
Two men shot dead at point blank range
SERDANG: An insurance adjuster and a mechanic were shot dead in front of a coffee shop in Taman Serdang Jaya late Wednesday.
It is learnt that one of them had lodged a report over some missing documents while the other reported about being cheated.
A police source revealed that both victims, aged 25, did not have any criminal record and lived in the area.
2 lelaki maut disyaki ditembak dari jarak dekat di Seri Kembangan, mlm tadi http://hmtro.com/1e3MDtK Pix Aizuddin Saad
… Malaysian Insider
2 maut ditembak di Seri Kembangan
Ketua Polis Daerah Serdang Daerah ACP Razimi Ahmad berkata kejadian yang berlaku pada pukul 9.20 malam itu melibatkan seorang ejen insurans dan seorang mekanik kereta, kedua-duanya berumur 25 tahun. Beliau berkata kedua-dua mangsa yang menunggang motosikal ketika itu dalam perjalanan hendak menghantar kad undangan perkahwinan mangsa yang bekerja sebagai mekanik, namun tiba-tiba telah dihalang sebuah motosikal yang ditunggangi dua individu tidak dikenali. “Suspek melepaskan sebanyak lima das tembakan jarak dekat ke arah kedua-dua mangsa. “Mangsa pertama telah ditembak pada bahagian dada dengan dua das tembakan, manakala mangsa kedua telah ditembak di bahagian perut,” katanya ketika ditemui pemberita di lokasi kejadian. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/2-maut-ditembak-di-seri-kembangan#sthash.gXlD1BL2.brR4sEgh.dpbs
Serdang district police chief ACP Razimi Ahmad said the incident happened at 9.20 pm and involved an insurance agent and an auto mechanic, both 25 years old. He said the two victims were riding a motorcycle to deliver wedding invitation cards but were suddenly blocked by a motorbike ridden by two unknown persons. One man fired 5 times. “The first victim was shot in the chest with two shots, while the second victim was shot in the stomach,” he told reporters at the scene.
Two suspects killed in shootout with cops
Two foreigners, believed to be involved in 15 robbery cases, were shot dead by the police at Jalan Gopeng, Batu Gajah, near the Herbal Park in Ipoh, Perak, today. An accomplice, however, managed to flee, Perak police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said. He said the incident occurred about 3am when a police team from the Bukit Aman and Perak Criminal Investigation Departments, which was conducting an operation in Gopeng and Ipoh, saw three men behaving suspiciously crossing a road from the direction of a residential area. “The police ordered them to stop, but the suspects ran into an undergrowth nearby. “The police trailed them until an open area and wanted to arrest them when one of the suspects opened fire, resulting in the police firing several shots at them,” he told a press conference today. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/citynews/ipoh/article/two-suspects-killed-in-shootout-with-cops?utm_content=buffer402ac&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer#sthash.vvlKe777.dpbs —
Tersungkur jua…: Dua geng pecah rumah warga asing mati ditembak, seorang lagi lolos http://hmtro.com/1GXrhtp
— https://www.facebook.com/cpjohor/videos/vb.108195052669408/481586555330254/?type=2&theater — Malay Mail Online Police: Larkin nightclub shooting leaves two dead, four injured
JOHOR BARU: Two men died in a shoot-out in front of a pub in Susur 4 Jalan Tun Abdul Razak at 1.45am today. The victims were a 23-year old man who is the club bouncer and a 24-year old club patron. Four other customers suffered injuries as the club patrons scurried out for safety during the incident.
R Sri Sanjeevan, “MyWatch has received many complaints about the operating hours of Penang’s entertainment outlets but now we have to raise the matter because a shootout has cost someone’s life.” “Not just MyWatch but the Penang residents also want to hear the explanation of the chief minister and the Penang police chief immediately,” he said.
12:32PM May 22, 2015 The Penang chief minister has been asked to explain why the state government has allegedly allowed an entertainment centre to operate beyond 1am, citing the fatal shootout yesterday in Bukit Mertajam. Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch) chairperson R Sri Sanjeevan said the incident early yesterday morning in front of an entertainment outlet in Taman Sri Rambai raised the pertinent question. “In 2011 Malacca opposition leader from DAP Goh Leong San criticised Malacca Chief Minister Ali Rustam for allowing entertainment outlets to operate until 3am. “DAP had strongly criticised the act saying the state government was prioritising profit and not the people’s safety,” he said in a statement today. He said it was ironical the Pakatan Rakyat Penang government was doing the same in allowing such centres to operate beyond the stipulate time of 1am. “What is the Penang government’s explanation in this matter now?” he asked. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/299263 — https://youtu.be/JGizJ52Drkk …
Thursday May 21, 2015 MYT 3:35:17 PM
Man shot dead by police hours after first shooting in Taman Mutiara
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police have gunned down a 40-year-old suspect, hours after the suspect shot dead a man outside an entertainment outlet in Taman Mutiara here. Penang police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Wira Abdul Rahim Hanafi said on Thursday that the victim, a 30-year-old man was shot five times by the suspect in the 2.30am incident. “Police quickly arrived at the scene and initiated on an investigation, and managed to track the suspect. “At 4.30am police surrounded an oil depot nearby where the suspect was hiding and the suspect had fired several shots at police from a semi automatic handgun. “Police returned fire and shot dead the suspect. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/05/21/Crime-Penang-Shot-Dead/ …
Amuk guna pistol: Lelaki berang dimarah terlanggar kereta pelanggan gerai makan http://hmtro.com/1e4F9Hi
… Malay Mail Online Man arrested after shots fired at patrons in Rantau Panjang restaurant
— They were lucky as the shots missed them but they were also unlucky: they were arrested for drug-related offences. theSundaily
Close shave for couple shot at by group of men
– See more at: http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1339502#sthash.XL6sMnWj.dpuf
—= WHERE IS ALL THE AMMUNITION COMING FROM? Bullets found on 8 November, and today. That’s a lot of shooting!
Seorang lelaki jumpa selonggok peluru hidup di tempat pembuangan sampah Tmn Sri Bayu Tasek Tambahan, Ampang, semalam
… Free Malaysia Today
1,840 bullets found near jetty in Langkawi
The Russian-made bullets were found by members of the public in a black box near the river mouth.
LANGKAWI: Police recovered 1,840 rounds of bullets near a fishermen’s jetty at the estuary of Sungai Belanga Pecah here yesterday. Langkawi police chief Supt Harrith Kam Abdullah said the 7.62 mm calibre Russian made bullets were found by members of the public in a black box near the river mouth at about 1pm. “Following the find, a police team rushed to the location and discovered 920 rounds of live bullets in the box,” he told a media conference at the Langkawi police headquarters here today.
He said police also recovered 920 rusted bullets packed in a plastic bag near the area at about 6pm.
He said the bullets were believed to be related to the seizure of 16 rifles including a shotgun buried with more than 1,000 rounds of bullets from two local men and a British man in Kampung Belanga Pecah here in September.
http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/11/09/1840-bullets-found-near-jetty-in-langkawi/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter — Don’t get caught in the cross-fire when someone is shooting! When it’s dinner time in a restaurant, or supper at a coffee shop, and now, at a funeral! Where else? At a wedding? Star
Tuesday September 23, 2014 MYT 2:43:30 PM
Gunman walks into house, kills one and injures another during funeral
TASEK GELUGOR: A gunman walked into a house in Kampung Selamat here last night where funeral prayers were being held and shot to death a man and injured another, said police. Seberang Perai Utara Police chief ACP Abdul Rahman Ibrahim said the dead man had been identified as Lee Wooi Shong, 34, who went by the nickname of ‘Kastam’. He said Lee was shot in the back of the head and body in the incident, which occurred at 10.45pm, and he died at the Kepala Batas Hospital at 2.20am Tuesday. The other man, aged 38, was shot in both hands, he added. Abdul Rahman said police files showed that Lee had two criminal records related to gambling. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/23/Crime-shoot-dead-funeral-prayers/
Monday September 8, 2014 MYT 5:08:01 PM
Gunman kills restaurant worker, friends injured in Bidor
TAPAH: A restaurant worker was shot dead and two of his friends wounded when they were attacked by an unknown assailant at Taman Batang Padang in Bidor near here. Tapah OCPD Supt Som Sak Din Keliaw said the police received a distress call at about 11pm on Sunday about gunshots being fired and rushed to the scene to find G. Mogeswaran, 22, lying face down on the road near an empty shophouse at the housing estate. … “We also found two bullet slugs at the crime scene,” he said. Supt Som Sak said the deceased’s two friends, D. Gunaseelan and K. Devaraj, both 22, were in stable condition after receiving treatment at the Tapah Hospital and Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital in Ipoh respectively. “We also believed that both are involved in drugs,” he added. Supt Som Sak said police have yet to determine the motive behind the shooting or the real target of the assailant. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/09/08/crime-Gunman-kills-restaurant-worker/
BUTTERWORTH: A 35-year-old man had a rude shock when he discovered eight spent bullet shells outside his home in Kepala Batas earlier this morning. The man also discovered gunshot marks at the front of his porch when he was leaving home to send his children to school. When met by the press earlier, he said he had heard some explosions outside of his home at about 3am. “I thought it was people playing firecrackers,” he said. http://www.nst.com.my/node/31195
Mechanic shot by two men in restaurant
Mechanic shot by two men in restaurant
IPOH: A mechanic sustained severe injuries on his hand and leg after being shot by two men in a restaurant at Medan Sitiawan near Manjung here early today. The victim was taken to Seri Manjung Hospital and reported to be in stable condition. Perak police chief Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said in the 12.30am incident, the victim was having a drink with his two friends. “The two suspects suddenly appeared out of nowhere and fired several shots at the victims before fleeing the scene on a motorcycle,” he told Bernama in an SMS here today. http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1147737 —– AYER TAWAR, PERAK There were a thousand people but they opened fire with their guns. Desperation or foolhardiness?
Wednesday August 20, 2014 MYT 9:52:05 AM
Man shot during temple dinner in Ayer Tawar
IPOH: A 49-year-old man was shot during a temple dinner at the Kutien Hall in Ayer Tawar, about 70km from here. Perak police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said the incident occurred on Tuesday about 7.40pm when an unknown assailant entered the hall and fired two shots at the victim. “The man suffered injuries to his right arm. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/08/20/Crime-Shot-Temple-dinner/ …
KUALA TERENGGANU: A man in his 70’s cheated death when an unidentified assailant fired a shot at his house in Kampung Batu Penunggul, Marang on Friday night. The victim, Salleh Ahmad said he was in the bathroom when he heard soneone calling his name from outside. While on the way to open the main door, he heard a loud explosion believed to be from a shotgun stopping him in his track. He also heard the sound of smashed window panes. Several minutes later, he heard the sound of a motorcycle and immediately called his relatives and the Marang police station. http://www.nst.com.my/node/23720 —– WHERE ARE THE GUNS COMING FROM? Here is part of the answer: What the police seized are 25 home-made guns, 24 imitations and four licensed firearms. NST KOTA BARU: The police have seized 56 firearms including three pistols in the state since January, said state police chief Datuk Mazlan Lazim. He said the others included 25 home-made guns, 24 imitations and four licensed firearms which were misused by their owners. Mazlan said in the latest cases, police seized two imitation pistols in separate cases on Sunday and Monday in Pasir Mas andTumpat. Police seize 56 firearms including three pistols since January —– This was the man shot in the forehead by a homemade rifle! On his forehead is a ball bearing.
31 July 2014 @ 12:30 AM EUNICE AU firstname.lastname@example.org BANTING: A man was injured after being shot by a rifle at Jalan Jugra, here, around 5pm yesterday. According to a source, the 31-year-old man sustained injuries on his forehead from a random shot by three suspects. “During the incident, the victim was seated in the left passenger seat at the back of a Honda City. “The car was being driven by the victim’s brother-in-law when they heard an explosive sound. “The driver discovered his brother-in-law was hurt and sent him to Hospital Banting for treatment,” the source said. The source added that three male suspects were detained in relation to the incident. Man shot in car, three suspects arrested —– ANTARAPOS
Man shot dead in Miri
On 23-07-2014 02:07
MIRI: An owner of an entertainment centre was shot dead by masked men here Tuesday night. In the 10.50 pm incident, the victim, identified as Chiong Yu, 45, was believed being approached by two suspects before the incident. Yu was shot at the head, face, and arm at a cock fighting field at Taman Tunku last night. http://antarapos.com/en/index.php?q9nan56SpKPkoObnaNGXpVvZn7Wla5VkZQ== … NST
MIRI: An owner of an entertainment centre was shot dead by masked men here last night. In the 10.50pm incident, the victim, identified as Chiong Yu,45, was believed being approached by two suspects before the incident. Yu was shot at the head, face, and arm at a cock fighting field at Taman Tunku last night. http://www.nst.com.my/node/16588
—– COPS WITH GUNS OUTSHOOT 2 MEN WITH GUN AND PARANG. TEMERLOH On Friday, two wanted men, 24 and 28, died on the spot after a fierce gun battle. Police recovered a parang and a revolver. They were spotted by police. Accelerating, they rammed the police car and drove off. A km later, their car stalled. Instead of surrendering, the driver fired at the police. Both were shot dead. NST, Two on wanted list die in shootout with cops (http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/07/19/Crime-two-dead-shootout-cops/) —– ANOTHER SHOOTING! THE BULLET IS STILL IN HIS ANUS! NST KAJANG: A 53-year-old traditional masseur who owns a casket shop was shot at in his house in Jalan Reko 3, here this morning. In the 8.24am incident, the victim, Pang Kon Sook was shot at by a man while he was massaging a customer at his house. It is learnt that the victim had earlier met the two suspects outside the house, when one of them followed him inside and opened fire. Kajang police chief Assistant Commissioner Ab Rashid Ab Wahab said the victim was shot once and the bullet pierced through the right butt cheek. “The bullet was lodged in the victim’s anus. However, he is in a stable condition,” he said. http://www.nst.com.my/node/8001 … Star
Monday June 30, 2014 MYT 9:02:36 PM
Masseur in Kajang shot in the buttocks
KAJANG: A 53-year-old masseur was shot in the buttocks while he was with a male client in his Taman Reko residence at around 8.24pm Monday. The masseur, identified as Pang Kon Sook, went outside to see two men on a motorcycle parked outside his house. Kajang OCPD Asst Comm Ab Rashid Ab Wahab said as Pang made his way back into the house to continue massaging his client, one of the men trailed after him and fired as shot at the masseur. “We believe only one shot was fired at Pang. The bullet blasted through his right buttock. “A neighbour who heard the gunshot rushed him to the Kajang Hospital where he received treatment,” he added. According to ACP Ab Rashid, the gunman was known only to the victim as ‘Ravi’. “His accomplice, who was wearing a full face helmet, waited for him on the motorcycle. “Both men fled the scene after the shooting,” he added. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/06/30/Crime-Shot-Buttock-Masseur/ —– Malaysiakini 6:33PM Jun 29, 2014
Two injured in Puchong drive-by shooting
A man riding pillion on a motorcycle fired several shots at one of three cars carrying eight people at Km30.6 of the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP) near Puchong Gateway early today, injuring a man and a woman, police said. Subang Jaya Police chief ACP Yahaya Ramli said the man was injured in the right thigh and the woman, in the right hand, in the shooting which occurred at 5.10 am. They were sent to the Serdang Hospital, he added. The police recovered six 9mm shells and a pistol at the scene of the incident, he said, adding that a bullet had pierced a door of one of the three cars. Yahaya said in a statement that the eight people, comprising six men and two women, were returning to their homes after having been to the home of a friend in Kampung Baru, Batu 14, Puchong. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/267177 … NST
SERDANG: An embassy official and his girlfriend were shot by two men on a motorcycle at Puchong Gateway early this morning. The pair had just finished breakfast at a fast food restaurant here when the suspects, riding a Honda EX5 opened fire at them. Serdang police chief, ACP Razimi Ahmad said two shots were fired at them, injuring the victims. “The 34-year-old embassy official, who is a local was hit on his right thigh while his girlfriend on her hand,” he said. http://www.nst.com.my/node/7637 …
LUMUT: A 36-year-old prawn breeder was shot five times by four suspects with one shot hitting his right shoulder moments after leaving his farm at Ayer Tawar here early morning. Manjung district police chief Assistant Commissioner Jaafar Baba said police was alerted of the incident following a call by Manjung Hospital at 3.20am where the victim had been admitted for treatment. “According to the victim’s statement, he was heading home after watching World Cup matches at his farm. However after driving for about 10m, he heard the sound of explosion and alighted from his car to check,” he said. After getting out from the car, the victim saw four unidentified men on two motorcycles with two of the suspects shooting at him, added Jaafar. “The shots hit the victim’s car on the right window and rear windscreen,” he added. Realising he was being shot at, Jaafar said the victim got into his car and drove for about 500m to seek help. http://www.nst.com.my/node/7136 —– Star JOHOR BARU: A pub owner was shot to death on his way to buy food nearby his pub along Jalan Permas 10. Before he could even get down from his car, two suspects fired three shots to his head before fleeing off.
Johor Baru South OCPD ACP Sulaiman Salleh said that the victim, in his early 40s, was shot in the head around 2.15am on Saturday along Jalan Permas 10 in Permas Jaya here. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/06/21/Crime-Pub-Owner-death/ —– Star
Monday June 16, 2014 MYT 1:43:10 PM
Meat stall owner in Kajang market wounded after being shot twice
KAJANG: A 50-year-old owner of a meat stall in Kajang market was wounded after a gunman fired two shots at him at around 6.30am on Monday. District OCPD Asst Comm Ab Rashid Ab Wahab said that the victim, identified as Abd Ghani Abdullah had parked his Mercedes Benz at Metro Point and was walking to the marketplace when the gunman passed by him on a motorcycle. The suspect then opened fire at Abd Ghani, the first shot hitting him on the left shoulder while the second shot barely missed his head and hitting him below the right ear. ACP Ab Rashid said the motorcyclist sped away after the shooting and a passer-by who witnessed the incident contacted the police within minutes.
SERDANG: A bridal boutique owner was shot dead in front of a temple in Jalan Bandar 3 in Puchong here today.
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Saturday June 7, 2014 MYT 8:34:08 AM
Man shot dead after leaving temple in Puchong
PETALING JAYA: A 31-year-old man was shot dead as he was leaving a temple at Jalan Bandar 4, Puchong near here. The victim, identified as A. Ragen, was shot as he was leaving the temple with his mother and nephew together with another relative at about 8pm Friday. It is learnt that Ragen, who operated his own bridal and florist business, went to pray for his wife who was warded at the hospital as she was expected to deliver their first baby on Saturday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/06/07/Crime-shot-dead-kepong/ —– POLICE SHOOT THREE DEAD. LATER, THEY ARREST 8.
JOHOR BARU: Two suspected criminals were shot dead by the police following an attempt to rob a shopping mall near Tebrau here. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/04/trio-gunned-down-after-robbery-attempt/ … Free Malaysia Today
Three die in shootout with cops
Police say they had committed armed robberies in Johor and Pahang.
JOHOR BAHARU: Three robbery suspects died in a shootout with police during a car chase here last night. Bernama quoted police as saying they believed the three had been committing armed robberies in Johor and Pahang in the last two years. Deputy Inspector-General of Police Mohd Bakri Mohd Zinin said one of the suspects opened fire first. He said two died at the Jalan Taman Desa-Tebrau junction during the shootout and one while being taken to the Sultan Ismail Hospital. The policemen trailed them after receiving a tip-off, he told reporters here. … He also said police arrested eight men aged between 26 and 38 and found robbery tools at several locations after the shootout. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/05/04/three-die-in-shootout-with-cops/ NST photo
Thursday April 24, 2014 MYT 8:34:21 PM
Suspect shot, another surrenders hours after Puchong robbery
PETALING JAYA: A robbery suspect was shot as he tried to ram into policemen in Bukit Jalil on Thursday, forcing his accomplice to surrender. Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Razak Elias said police had been after the duo following a robbery at a double-storey terrace house in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong at 7.45am. He said two men, in their 20s, forced their way into the master bedroom and woke up the 46-year-old owner from her sleep. The woman was alone as her husband was at work and child at school. ACP Abdul Razak said the men threatened the woman with a knife and later ransacked the room, taking away handphones, money, jewellery and branded goods. They escaped in the owner’s Volkswagen Beetle. The stolen loot amounted to more than RM200,000. ACP Abdul Razak said a neighbour earlier saw the suspects parking a tinted Mercedes-Benz in front of the victim’s house, without suspecting anything. “We watched the neighbour’s closed circuit television (CCTV) recording to identify the suspects. “A team was then formed to track down the criminals,” he added. At 2.15pm, the two men were spotted in the Mercedes and Volkswagen cars in Vista Komanwel C, Bukit Jalil. When they were asked to stop and surrender, the man driving the Volkswagen Beetle tried to ram into the police, said ACP Abdul Razak. Police opened fire at the vehicle and the driver was hit in the shoulder. The Volkwagen crashed into another car and came to a halt. ACP Abdul Razak said the other suspect, who was driving the Mercedes-Benz that was reported stolen in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, surrendered to the police. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/24/robbery-suspects-nabbed-days-after-robbery/ — SHOOT OUT IN CHERAS, KL! These photos come via the good office of a kind and generous friend … Star
Sunday April 13, 2014 MYT 9:08:14 AM
Police engage five would-be burglars in shootout
KUALA LUMPUR: A gunfight between police and a gang of five burglars broke out in a populated housing area in Taman Taynton View, Cheras after officers caught them trying to break into a house there on Saturday evening. It is learnt that a police multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) patrol unit spotted the men acting suspicious in a red car in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong and tailed them to Jalan 25/119 here at around 5pm. The five men, all Malaysians and wanted criminals out on bail, jumped over the gate of a house and tried to pry open the window in an attempted break-in. When the officers tried to arrest them, the suspects were believed to have fired several shots at them, forcing the police to return fire. Residents said eight shots were exchanged between the police and burglars, who then tried to get away in their car before knocking into a parked Proton Wira by the side of the road. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/13/police-shoot-out-robbers/ — Yesterday, The Star reported: Factory employee critically injured after being shot by two men. Today’s report is a follow-up to that. Star
Sunday April 6, 2014 MYT 7:04:52 AM
Family’s normal TV night becomes real-life crime thriller
PETALING JAYA: What seemed to be just another night at home watching TV turned out to be quite a drama for a man who saw someone climbing over his gate to escape an attack. “He jumped over the fence into my house compound while my family and I were watching TV. I was afraid for our safety, so I switched off the lights,” said the eyewitness, who declined to be named. He said the man had earlier climbed over the gate of his neighbour’s double-storey terrace house in a bid to run away from the assailants. The witness explained that he had also heard three gunshots being fired outside, followed by the sound of metal falling on the ground. “I looked outside and saw a man kneeling in front of our altar before climbing over our gate to flee. “A motorcyclist who happened to be in the neighbourhood offered him a ride to safety,” he said. … Police have identified the man as B. Thiyagu, 26, and that he was critically injured after he was attacked by two men near Jalan 2/28 at PJ Old Town. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/06/Familys-normal-TV-night-becomes-reallife-crime-thriller/ —
Saturday April 5, 2014 MYT 11:39:29 AM
Factory employee critically injured after being shot by two men
PETALING JAYA: A man, believed to be a tyre factory employee, was critically injured after he was allegedly shot by two men near Jalan 2/28 near Petaling Jaya Old Town on Friday. In the 10pm incident, it is learnt that the factory worker was riding his motorcycle in the neighborhood when a car ran into him. A man alighted from the vehicle and started attacking the victim with a parang, while the driver stayed in the car. It is believed that they were after his belongings. A witness who declined to be named said the victim climbed over the gate of his neighbour’s double-storey terrace house in a bid to escape the assailants. “He then climbed over the fence into my house compound while my family and I were still watching the television. … “There were traces of the victim’s blood near our gate. A bullet is stuck on our door and a parang was also left behind,” said the witness. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/05/Crime-shooting-factory-worker/ —– DEADLY GUNFIGHT! Police shoot dead two robbers. NST 19 March 2014| last updated at 02:34PM
Police shot dead two Geng 21 members
KAJANG: Police here have shot dead two men who are believed to be members of the notorious Geng 21 at a construction site here in Ara Damansara yesterday. Earlier, Gogilan Kuppen, 22, and Prabu Kuppusamy 26, who were in a Wira Aeroback, fired shots at a pursuing ‘Ops Cantas’ police team from the serious crime investigation division (D9) after they refused to stop their vehicle.
Selangor police chief Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan said police received a tip-off that the men were acting suspiciously by the roadside at Jalan 1A/9 in Ara Damansara, here, about 10.50pm.
“Police approached the vehicle and instructed the men to step out of the vehicle.
“Despite a police warning to surrender, they refused to stop their car and headed towards a construction site nearby,” he told in a press conference at the district police headquarters today.
At that juncture, Shukri said one of the suspects had fired shots at the police car before they returned fire, killing both suspects on the spot. .. Read more: Police shot dead two Geng 21 members – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/police-shot-dead-two-geng-21-members-1.521259#ixzz2wOIUjq6i Star PETALING JAYA: Two suspected robbers were killed by the police when they tried to shoot their way out of a dead end near a construction site here late Tuesday. The two men in a Proton Wira were pursued around Ara Damansara before they drove into a construction yard near Sungai Damansara and were blocked by the police. The driver then tried to shoot his way out but he and his passenger were shot dead by the police. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/03/19/Armed-men-killed-in-shootout/ …
Robber shot dead near NKVE
PETALING JAYA: A robber was shot dead near the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) in the Shah Alam area after breaking into a pilot’s house some 500m away. It is learnt that three accomplices managed to escape to a nearby oil palm estate while a police patrolman was injured in a scuffle with the robber who was shot. It is believed that the robbers were waiting for other accomplices at the side of the expressway when a police mobile patrol unit stumbled upon them at about 4am Tuesday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/25/Crime-Robbers-shot-Dead-NKVE/ — NST 25 February 2014| last updated at 10:03AM
Robber shot dead after robbing bungalow
SHAH ALAM: A robber who had just robbed a bungalow at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Golf Club (KGSAAS), here, was shot dead when he attacked a policeman early this morning. The dead and his three accomplices were hiding in a ditch some 500-metres away from the bungalow at KM7.8 NKVE (Kuala Lumpur bound) when they were spotted by two policemen in a patrol car who responded to the victim’s call at 4am this morning.
— NST 23 February 2014| last updated at 01:59PM
Three foreigners shot dead after robbing home in Parit
IPOH: Police shot dead three men believed to be foreigners after they robbed a house in Parit near here early today. A Smith & Wesson .357 pistol, a cutter and a Padang are among the items retrieved by police from the dead robbers. It is learnt that the group was responsible in 13 robbery cases last year and three cases so far this year.
— He had a knife but the police had guns. The outcome was inevitable! Police say he attacked them but a sibling of the dead man said that based on witnesses’ accounts, his brother had raised both his hands, submitting himself to the police but was shot. THE FAMILY WANTS THE TRUTH! Star Friday February 14, 2014 MYT 1:16:29 PM
Plumber’s family demands probe into his fatal shooting by cops
BUKIT AMAN: The family of an enraged plumber, who was gunned down by the police, lodged a report Friday urging an immediate investigation into the incident. The report was lodged at the Federal Complaints/Record Unit, IGP Secretariat (Integrity/Disciplinary), by Loh Kim Hiong’s father Tiam Luk, 60, and his brother Yuen Fei, 35, around 10am. “So far, there’s no action taken by the police over the incident. This is nothing but a trigger-happy case and we demand a thorough investigation. “I lost a son and I can never get him back,” said Tiam Luk. The two were accompanied by Bukit Katil MP Shamsul Iskandar, Ayer Kero state assemblyman Khoo Poay Tiong and Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/14/Plumber-shot-family-wants-probe/ … Star Sunday February 9, 2014 MYT 7:51:55 AM
Apartment row turns fatal
MALACCA: An enraged plumber who confronted a neighbour for allegedly prying open his window frequently ended up being shot dead by the police. … Alor Gajah district police chief Supt Mohamad Laham said Loh was shot when he tried to attack the policemen. “A policeman fired a shot in self-defence as Loh was still aggressive,’’ he said here yesterday. Loh died from the gunshot wound in his abdomen after being taken to the Malacca Hospital. Loh’s wife, Lee Su Wei, 35, said there had been bad blood between her husband and the 39-year-old neighbour for years. … Her brother-in-law, who declined to be named, said the family was puzzled as to why there was no warning before Loh was shot. He said that based on witnesses’ accounts, his brother had raised both his hands, submitting himself to the police but was shot. A group of people comprising family, relatives and neighbours staged a protest at the Machap Baru flats yesterday. They held banners demanding that justice be served in the case. Apartment row turns fatal … Sundaily
Man who was shot for attacking police dies during surgery
ALOR GAJAH (Feb 8, 2014): A 37-year-old man who charged at a policeman with a knife at Machap Umboo, Durian Tunggal here last night died while undergoing surgery to save his life after being shot. … He said police received a call from a man at 3 pm yesterday that his neighbour had come to his house threatening him with a knife. “A police team was sent to the location, but the suspect had confined himself in his house. The team kept vigil as the suspect was said to be aggressive and armed with a knife,” he told a press conference at the Alor Gajah district police headquarters here today. Mohamad said around 9pm the suspect was observed coming out of his house holding a knife and brandishing it at the public and police personnel who tried to confront him. “He got on a motorcycle and sped off, but police managed to track him to some bushes at a nearby oil palm estate. “A policeman tried for about 10 minutes to coax him to relent, but around 9.30 pm the suspect suddenly rushed out and tried to attack the former. “Police let out some warnings which the suspect ignored prompting them to shoot at him in defence,” he said. http://www.thesundaily.my/news/951766 …
Slain cop was on m-cycle joyride
PETALING JAYA: The Bukit Aman Special Branch personnel member who was found with two gunshot wounds to his head had borrowed his friend’s motorcycle to “blow off some steam” from work when he was murdered. Sources revealed that L/Kpl T. Thivakar had borrowed his friend’s motorcycle when an assailant had caught up to him and shot him point-blank twice. Police have since detained a 33-year-old lance-corporal to facilitate investigations into the brutal murder. It is believed the suspect is with the same unit as the victim. … It is learnt that a squad from the Kuala Lumpur Serious Crime (D9) unit went to the police quarters in Keramat Wangsa and seized the suspect’s blue jeans, a T-shirt and pair of sports shoes. Police also seized 20 bullets, two bullet magazines and two mobile phones from the suspect. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/06/Slain-cop-was-on-mcycle-joyride-Murdered-policeman-had-borrowed-friends-vehicle-to-let-off-steam-fro/ — SunDaily
Colleague of slain Special Branch cop held
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 5, 2014): A policeman was arrested within three hours after the murder of a 37-year-old federal police Special Branch personnel who was found dead with gunshot wounds at Jalan Negri Sembilan, Bukit Persekutuaan on Tuesday. The detained lance corporal who is also aged 37 and the victim, Lance Corporal T Thivakaran, were colleagues attached to the same unit of the federal Special Branch. … Mohmad said investigations showed that Thivakaran, a bachelor from Chemor, Perak was unarmed when he was gunned down. … http://www.thesundaily.my/news/948633 —
http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/496689 更多詳細報導，請翻閱今晚／明日《中國 — Police arrest another policeman! Star Wednesday February 5, 2014 MYT 12:59:09 PM
Policeman arrested over SB officer’s shooting
PETALING JAYA: A 33-year-old policeman has been arrested in connection with the murder of a Special Branch officer Tuesday evening.
The suspect was detained around 11.30pm Tuesday at the Travers police station.
Acting City CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa said the man was detained as soon as he reported for duty at the police station.
“He was picked up to assist in the investigations.
“We are still investigating the motive behind the brutal murder,” he said when contacted Wednesday.
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/05/Crime-SB-shooting-arrested/ — Star Tuesday February 4, 2014 MYT 9:02:24 PM
Special Branch officer found shot dead with two bullets to the head
KUALA LUMPUR: A thirty-seven-year-old Special Branch officer was found shot dead with two bullets to the head in Jalan Seremban, Federal Hill here. Acting City CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa said that a passer-by saw the body lying by the roadside at 4.30pm on Wednesday and contacted the Travers police station. Special Branch officer found shot dead with two bullets to the head …
— Star Tuesday January 14, 2014 MYT 7:38:37 PM
Ipoh folk scurry for cover from man brandishing toy M16 rifle
IPOH: A mentally-challenged man dressed in army fatigues and brandishing a fake M16 rifle was arrested after he terrified passers-by with the toy. Ipoh OCPD Asst Comm Sum Chang Keong said the 28-year-old Chinese man was arrested at Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah Utara at about 2pm Tuesday. “Our investigations with Hospital Bahagia, Tanjung Rambutan show that the man from Desa Tambun Indah has a history of mental illness and was last admitted there in 2005. Ipoh folk scurry for cover from man brandishing toy M16 rifle — THE POLICE SHOOT IN SELF-DEFENCE, KILLING ALL THREE! the Sun daily
Three criminals shot dead after assaulting cops
JOHOR BARU (Jan 11, 2014): Three criminals were shot dead in Ulu Tiram here after assaulting a team of patrolling policemen earlier today. Johor police chief Senior DCP Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff said the 4.45am incident occurred when the trio, believed to be foreign nationals, were spotted behaving suspiciously by the policemen. “When the policemen tried to approach them for inspection, one of them drew a revolver and fired two shots at random, while the two others each pulled out a machete and waived the sharp objects in the air,” he told a press conference here today. In defence, he said the policemen returned fire and shot them dead. Initial investigation found that the criminals had robbed three workers at the a nearby plant nursery just an hour earlier. Mokhtar said the trio were also believed to be involved in 25 robbery cases in Johor and Perak, including one reported in Mersing yesterday. “In two of the cases, the criminals had also caused injuries to their victims,” he said. Three criminals shot dead after assaulting cops Three robbery suspects shot dead in Ulu Tiram — Obviously, while he was wanted by the police, he was also WANTED: DEAD by others! NST 10 January 2014| last updated at 03:01PM
Wanted man shot by two in Johor
JOHOR BARU: A 33-year-old man who is high on the police wanted list is in critical condition after he was shot four times while sitting inside a car in front of an entertainment outlet in Permas Jaya early this morning. Johor Baru South police chief Assistant Commissioner Sulaiman Salleh said the man was shot at about 6.30am by two unidentified men. He said the man was shot once at his right arm and thrice at his abdomen. “During the shooting, he was sitting inside a Honda City. We recovered five bullet casings from the scene,” he said, adding that police was alerted by the public over the incident. Police are still investigating the motive for the shooting.
— Video: DEATH THREAT: SIX SHOTS FIRED AT BESUT DISTRICT COUNCIL PRESIDENT’S HOUSE http://my.news.yahoo.com/video/death-threat-six-shots-fired-113800528.html … NST 07 January 2014| last updated at 12:16AM
Shots fired at district council chief’s car, house
THREAT: Shots meant to intimidate victim, wife and son
… Malaysiakini 5:23PM Jan 6, 2014
Shots fired at Besut council president’s house
Six shots had been fired at the house of the Besut District Council president in Kampung Gong Kapas, Besut today, police said. Terengganu CPO Jamshah Mustapa said president Ibrahim Mohamad, 55, his wife and one of their children – who had been at home during the incident at 6.15am – heard explosions but did not realise they were shots. It was only at 8.30am when the wife was cleaning the house that she noticed glass fragments from their car and bullet casings in the compound of the single-storey bungalow, he said. She immediately called her husband – who was already at his office – and informed him of the find, he added. A police probe revealed that six shots had been fired at the house, two of which hit the building and four, a Mercedes Benz CLK320 car, he told a news conference. http://beta.malaysiakini.com/news/251054 NST The forensics team recovered a Luger Speer 9mm shell from the road in front of the house, he added. –BERNAMA
— WHERE DID THE M16 COME FROM? Am M16 is a military rifle! the Sun daily
Police find M16 in car abandoned by fleeing man
IPOH (Jan 1, 2014): Police found an M16 which was left by a man in a car by the roadside at Km24 Jalan Gerik-Jeli early this morning. Perak Police chief Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said in the 4am incident, an Ops Cantas team received information about a man behaving in a suspicious manner. “The man shot at police pursuing him several times before he stopped the car and ran into the jungle,” he said. He said police were tracking down the man and carrying out investigations, especially to find out how the firearm ended in the suspect’s car. – Bernama Police find M16 in car abandoned by fleeing man — DEATH BY BLOWPIPE DART! Star Sunday December 15, 2013 MYT 8:22:48 PM
Orang asli man held over blowpipe death
JERANTUT: Police arrested an orang asli man after poison from the darts allegedly fired from his blowpipe killed a man in Kampung Bangkong near here last Friday. Jerantut OCPD Supt Azid Ismail said the 48-year-old orang asli man was being held under remand for seven days for the murder of Harun Mat Bakar, 79. He told reporters that Harun returned to his home in Felda Sungai Tekam Utara at about 7pm last Friday and informed his wife and children that he had been shot with blowpipe darts in the face, neck and left shoulder. Harun identified the Orang Asli man before he collapsed and died while being transferred to the Jengka Hospital from the Sungai Tekam Utara clinic said Azid. “The doctor confirmed that Harun had minor injuries on his face, neck and left shoulder and suspected that he had died from the poison on the darts,” he said. Azid said police arrested the orang asli man at his house in Kampung Bangkong and seized blowpipes and darts. Orang asli man held over blowpipe death … blowpipe shooting (blowing) in Orang Asli village, Taman Negara, Malaysia http://youtu.be/lVBweJm4mUc — NST 12 December 2013| last updated at 10:38AM
Restaurant owner survives shooting
— The Sun daily
Police detain two suspects over shooting death in Nibong Tebal
NIBONG TEBAL (Dec 7, 2013): The police have detained two men in connection with the murder of a man near his house in Taman Puteri Gunung, Tasik Mutiara here last night. Penang CID chief SAC Mazlan Kesah said the suspects, aged 21 and 35, were picked up early this morning at a house near the scene of the incident where M. Parttippan was shot dead. He said a torched Perodua Myvi, believed to have been used by the killers during the murder, was found about 5km from the scene of the crime. Police detain two suspects over shooting death in Nibong Tebal — HE WASN’T SO LUCKY THIS TIME! Partipan had survived a shooting incident on June 20 this year at the same area. Star Saturday December 7, 2013 MYT 11:04:25 AM
Man shot dead at recycling centre
NIBONG TEBAL: A 29-year-old man was shot dead at close range at a recycling centre at Taman Puteri Gunong in Simpang Ampat near here. M. Partipan, an unemployed who is still single died on the spot after sustaining injuries in his rib in the 9pm incident on Friday. Penang CID chief Senior Asst Comm Mazlan Kesah said the Partipan was gunned down while he was walking on the road at the same housing estate where he lives. He said the gunman fired six shots and escaped with his accomplice, both believed to be in their 30s before they escaped in a black Myvi. “The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder,” SAC Mazlan told reporters at the crime scene on Friday. Also present was South Seberang Prai OCPD Supt Shafien Mamat. SAC Mazlan said that police believed the motive of the shooting is related to drugs and revenge. He said Partipan also survived in a shooting incident on June 20, this year at the same area. During the incident he sustained injuries in his ribs and finger and we do not ruled out the possibility of the same suspects involved in the shooting. Man shot dead at recycling centre — We know where this gun comes from! NST 19 November 2013| last updated at 12:17AM
PVR man held over shooting
— Star Tuesday November 19, 2013 MYT 7:01:47 AM
Spurned lover opens fire
KAJANG: Angry at being jilted, an auxiliary policeman from Bandar Baru Bangi went to confront his former girlfriend with a pistol. After failing to get into her Taman Megah house in Sungai Jelok, he shot her brother in the shoulder before fleeing on his motorcycle. Yesterday’s drama had its beginning on Wednesday when 26-year-old factory worker Josephine Tholilali Tholan broke up with the man on the advice of her family. “We had known each other for about a year and were planning to get engaged. “However, my family asked me to leave him because he drank a lot and had a bad temper,” she said. “Since I stopped seeing him, he had been coming to my house every day. On Sunday, he called me up at about 10pm and threatened to kill me. On Monday, he came to the house at about 8.30am.” Josephine said the man fired three shots in the air and demanded to be let into the compound. … The man tried to enter through the grilled window but the space was too narrow for him to pass through, Josephine said. He fired twice from outside the window. The second shot hit her 25-year-old brother Solomon in the left shoulder. … Meanwhile, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the suspect, a 27-year-old auxiliary policeman from Bandar Baru Bangi station, was detained three hours after the incident Spurned lover opens fire — NST 03 November 2013| last updated at 12:02AM
Man shot by drinking buddy
IPOH: A 38-year-old man spent Deepavali at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here after he was shot by a man he had had a drink with.
Perak police chief Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said at 4.30am yesterday, a medical officer informed police that the victim had sought treatment at the hospital. The victim, from Kampar, is reported to be in stable condition. Acryl Sani said six people, including the victim, had gathered at the Foo Shan Restaurant here for a drink. A fight broke out and two of the men left in a huff. Acryl Sani said police arrested four men, aged between 35 and 45, to assist in investigations.
— Malaysian Insider
74 gunned down in 7 months, says Zahid Hamidi
BY EILEEN NG October 23, 2013 Police have recorded 74 cases of people being gunned down in the first seven months of this year, Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today. He said majority of the killings involving firearms took place in Selangor with 15 cases, following by Perak (10), Penang (9), Sabah and Johor (7 each) and Kuala Lumpur, Kelantan and Sarawak (5 each). He said firearms used to commit crimes were believed to be smuggled in from neighbouring countries. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/74-gunned-down-in-7-months-says-zahid-hamidi — Star Sunday October 13, 2013 MYT 8:57:16 AM
Five shots and she’s still alive
KOTA BARU: A 22-year-old woman had a miraculous escape after unknown gunmen on two motorcycles fired five shots at her at a traffic light junction at Chabang Empat, Binjai, near here. The shots smashed the windscreen of her car and pieces of glass cut her right cheek, nose, right arm and hands. However, Nurul Atikah Idris survived the attack which occurred on Friday. As she stepped out of the car with her blood-soaked face and hands, passers-by rushed to her aid and took her to a nearby police station. She was then rushed to the Universiti Sains Malaysia Hospital where her condition was reported to be stable. Lucky escape: Nurul Atikah showing her injuries at the Binjai police station in Kota Baru. Police said she could have been a victim of mistaken identity. Nurul Atikah was travelling to Kubang Kerian from Bachok when the shots were fired point-blank, not far from the Binjai police station, at around 6.40pm on Friday. Five shots and she’s still alive .. NST photo
Police shoot dead four robbers in Ampang
KUALA LUMPUR: Four robbers were shot dead by police in a shoot out when the raided an apartment in Jalan Ampang Putra at 12.20pm on Friday. .
Police stormed into the apartment, surprising the robbers who opened fire. .
City police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Mohmad Salleh said police had been tracking the robbers after they robbed a VIP’s house in Bukit Antarabangsa around 3.30am Friday. .
It is believed that the robbers, who usually target VIP houses, may have been behind the recent robbery of the house belonging to Youth Minister Khairy Jamaluddin. Police shoot dead four robbers in Ampang …
— Star Friday October 11, 2013 MYT 7:16:33 AM
Three armed robbers shot dead
IPOH: Four armed robbers, who had just robbed a goldsmith of RM1.8mil in front of the Mydin Mall in Meru Raya, were caught in a shootout with the police which killed three of them. Another robber managed to escape on foot during the shootout at a road junction 3km away from the Kedai Emas Sri Ayu, which they robbed at 10.55am yesterday. … Perak police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said an Ops Cantas Khas team tracked down the robbers’ getaway car, a silver Proton Waja, at a nearby roundabout before a high speed chase ensued shortly after the robbery. “The suspects opened fire and a bullet hit the bumper of the police vehicle. Subsequently, at a traffic light junction, the driver lost control of the getaway car and it skidded. “The suspects got out and immediately started shooting at the police,” he told reporters. He added that two other police vehicles arrived at the scene and during the crossfire three of the robbers were killed. Three armed robbers shot dead ..
Bizman gunned down by hired killer
After a lull, a hired killer struck again gunning down a businessman at a restaurant in Kajang last night.
SHAH ALAM: After a strenuous game of badminton, a businessman went for a hearty meal at a restaurant in Kajang last night. It turned out to be R Applasamy’s last supper. A man wearing a full-faced helmet coolly walked into the restaurant and shot dead the 47-year-old at point-blank range in the presence of horrified patrons. Applasamy, whose company supplied canopies to clients over the past two decades, died on the spot. The body of the victim who sustained a gunshot wound each in the face and chest was sent to the Serdang Hospital. Selangor police chief Mohd Shukri Dahlan said, following the 10.30pm incident, the killer escaped by riding pillion on a motorcycle near the restaurant. Bizman gunned down by hired killer … Star Wednesday October 9, 2013 MYT 9:57:56 AM
Transport firm owner shot dead at point blank range
KAJANG: A transport company owner was shot dead while having supper at a restaurant at Taman Kajang Prima here late Tuesday. Two men on a motorcycle had arrived at the restaurant at 11pm while the victim, believed to be in his 30s, was eating. The pillion rider got off the machine, walked to the man and fired from a pistol. — NST 04 October 2013| last updated at 11:33AM
Youth shot in a high-speed chase with cops
SUNGAI PETANI: An 18-year-old youth was shot when police opened fire at a car he was traveling in during a high-speed chase drama here late last night.
The youth sustained gunshot wounds on his shoulder and rib during the 11pm incident at Jalan Lencongan Timur here. Police later seized syabu and two swords from the Proton Gen2 after the car skidded and crashed. However the suspect’s two accomplices managed to give the police patrol team a slip.
— NST 02 October 2013| last updated at 11:41AM
Three killed in a police shoot-out
GRIK: A man high on police wanted list for a string of crime cases and two others, were killed during a shoot-out with police here early today.
They were believed to be involved in an armed robbery. The incident happened about 1.40am along Jalan Intan here. A police team from the Pahang state police headquarters had stumbled upon a white Proton Wira in a suspicious manner The police team tried to stop the car for inspection, but it suddenly engaged the reverse gear at high speed. Several shots were then heard coming from inside the car. The police team fired back, and upon checks, found three men, all in their 20s, dead inside the car. Bullet holes found on the windscreen at the driver’s seat of the car that was involved in the shooting case in Gerik.
— JOKE OF THE WEEK! IGP, “The missing guns may not have fallen into the hands of criminals but could have fallen into the sea from boats … and the weapons could not be recovered.” Malaysiakini
Far from offering a waterproof theory, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar has claimed that the missing guns from the police force may have fallen into the sea. He said that each weapon comes with an identification code and the police have not linked these guns with any criminal activity to date. “Of the 37 missing guns, ballistics reports show that none of them have been used by criminals,” he told a press conference in Putrajaya. “The missing guns may not have fallen into the hands of criminals but could have fallen into the sea from boats … and the weapons could not be recovered.” IGP floats ‘fell into sea’ theory over missing guns — Tuesday, 01 October 2013 14:48
Cops’ MISSING GUNS the mystery source of supply to the triads, gangsters?
Written by Malaysia Chronicle
— Malaysian Insider
44 firearms missing? DAP says police must reveal who lost them
BY LEE SHI-IAN October 01, 2013 If the spate of violent firearms-related crimes around the peninsula a couple of months ago had the public wondering where all the firearms were coming from, the police might have an answer, DAP vice-chair Teresa Kok has alleged. … Kok wondered how the police had managed to lose 44 firearms. She said they should get their own house in order first before trying to railroad the Prevention of Crime (Amendment and Extension) Bill through Parliament. “It’s a lot of guns, Have police identified who is responsible for the firearms going missing from their inventory? Has any disciplinary action been taken against these negligent policemen who were derelict in the line of duty,” said Kok who is the DAP crime action taskforce chair as well. The police have to explain what type of guns went missing, she said. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/44-police-firearms-missing-dap-wants-to-know-who-lost-them — Bung Mokhtar now carries a gun! Malaysian Insider
Bung Mokhtar ready to take on violent criminals, with pistol on hand
October 01, 2013 Notorious for firing blanks at the opposition, Kinabatangan MP Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin had the Pakatan Rakyat bench sitting up when he declared that he now carries a gun. He admitted to getting the firearm due to the spike in violent crimes. “We see how premeditated murders and robberies are on the rise. In the past, I did not like carrying my pistol around because it is heavy. But following the shooting and murder cases, I have decided to do so,” he said when debating the Prevention of Crime Act today. Bung Mokhtar ready to take on violent criminals, with pistol on hand — The Sun Daily
Gun-for-hire ring busted
Posted on 30 September 2013 – 10:44pm
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 30, 2013): Police stumbled on a gun-for-hire syndicate during a raid on a house in Kuala Kurau, Perak, on Friday which saw the arrest of a 60-year-old man and the seizure of 675 bullets. Police also detained two others, a car dealer and an unemployed man, believed to be clients, in the 1.30am operation. Penang police chief Datuk Abd Rahim Hanafi said police have solved two attempted murders in Nibong Tebal and a shooting case in Selangor with the arrests. He said investigations showed that the main suspect provided guns and ammunition to those willing to pay for it. “The two clients had past criminal records,” he told reporters.
— The Sun Daily The Sun Daily Posted on 30 September 2013 – 08:50pm Last updated on 30 September 2013 – 09:33pm
Police scour lake to locate gun used in Hussain Najadi’s murder (Updated)
The suspect (in orange jumpsuit) leads police to the alleged location of the disposed firearm. KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 30, 2013): The police are scouring a lake in the Mines area, next to the Besraya Highway here, to locate a firearm which was used to gun down Arab-Malaysia Bank (AmBank) founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi in July. The police believe that a suspect in the killing of the septuagenarian had disposed the weapon in the lake to avoid detection by the authorities. Over the past two days, scuba divers had tried to locate the firearm at a depth of 10 metres. They were part of a police team which also comprised members of a forensic unit and the General Operations Force. According to a Bernama observation about 1.20 this afternoon, the suspect in Hussain’s murder was seen under police escort while the divers went about their task at the lake. The 44-year-old man was dressed in orange lock-up clothes. “We believe the firearm which was used by the suspect was dumped in the area,” said Kuala Lumpur serious crime investigation division (D9) officer Supt Yahya Abdul Rahman when contacted by Bernama today. Police scour lake to locate gun used in Hussain Najadi’s murder (Updated) — Star Friday September 27, 2013 MYT 11:27:17 AM
Cops take Sei Ngan Chai to murder scene
The prime suspect in the murder of Ambank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi being brought to the scene of the murder yesterday. The 44-year-old man, nicknamed Sei Ngan Chai (four-eyed guy in Cantonese), averted his face from cameras as police escorted him in handcuffs to the Kuan Yin Temple in Lorong Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur. Cops take Sei Ngan Chai to murder scene— NST 27 September 2013| last updated at 02:57PM
Man gunned down while driving in Taman Johor Jaya
SERI ALAM: A man was gunned down while he was driving along Jalan Teratai 32 in Taman Johor Jaya here last night.
The yet to be identified victim was found dead in a Proton Perdana car due to injuries to his head at 8.25pm.
Seri Alam police chief Superintendent Roslan Zainuddin said the victim was believed to be in his 30s and was shot four times at close range.
Read more: Man gunned down while driving in Taman Johor Jaya – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/man-gunned-down-while-driving-in-taman-johor-jaya-1.364080#ixzz2g4fjiH9Q — Free Malaysia Today
IGP: AmBank founder’s assassin arrested
Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said that the suspect, Sei Ngan Chai, was arrested with two others in Taiping early this morning.
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have arrested the man suspected of gunning down AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi back in July.
The shooter, identified as Sei Ngan Chai, was arrested early this morning at a housing area in Taiping at 12.30am. “We tracked down the suspect in Taiping and have arrested him, along with two others whom we believe helped protect him,” Inspector General of Police (IGP) Khalid Abu Bakar said at a press conference at the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters. “He has been brought to Kuala Lumpur. After this, we will try to track down the weapon used to kill Hussain,” said the top cop, adding that he believed Sei had been on the run since Hussain’s murder. Two Chinese men, 31 and 26, suspected to be Sei’s accomplices, w
— Star Friday September 13, 2013 MYT 9:24:46 AM
Gunman fails to kill target
JOHOR BARU: Used to dealing with corpses, an undertaker escaped being one when an armed intruder failed to kill him because the trigger of his weapon got jammed. The unwelcomed visitor, wearing a helmet, hastily left, speeding away on his motorcycle from the casket shop in Taman Ungku Tun Aminah. The incident occurred minutes after the undertaker, in his 50s, opened his casket shop in Jalan Perwira 19 at around 8am yesterday. The gunman, on the pretext of being a customer and concealing his weapon in a newspaper, went in the shop to ask about the coffins. He then pulled out the gun and tried to fire a shot but the trigger jammed. He tried again and, after failing a second time, rushed out. Gunman fails to kill target — Two suspected robbers were shot dead at the traffic junction next to the Tesco Hypermarket in Cheng here on Thursday. ..
Two wanted men shot dead in Malacca
The police killed the duo after exchanging gunshots near a hypermarket.
MALACCA: Two allegedly highly dangerous criminals were shot dead today by a group of police officers in a joint operation between the Malacca police and Bukit Aman. The serious crime unit (D9) from Malacca and Bukit Aman killed the two men after exchanging fire with them at a road junction next to Tesco Hypermarket in Cheng. In the 9.20am incident, police units spotted the two wanted men in a silver Perodua Myvi before approaching the car in an attempt to arrest the suspects. However, according to a police source, one of the suspects opened fire at the police officers as they advanced to the suspect’s car. “My team tried to stop them, I introduced myself as a police officer and I was wearing a police jacket. As I got near to the car, I heard gun shots and I saw one of the men had a gun on his hand.” “We exchanged fire and the two men died on the spot,” the source said. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/09/12/two-wanted-men-shot-dead-in-malacca/ — BUSINESS IS BOOMING FOR ARMED BODYGUARDS! There are now at least 600 trained bodyguards in the country. Star Sunday September 8, 2013 MYT 8:23:11 AM
Demand for personal protection service soars after spate of violent crimes
By CHRISTINA CHIN email@example.com PETALING JAYA: Demand for armed bodyguards has soared in the wake of recent shootings and other violent crimes. More companies, including banks and multinationals, are hiring armed bodyguards for their bosses. Many, including prominent business personalities, have been put on the waiting list as existing supply cannot meet the spike in demand. … A security specialist in Kuala Lumpur said the demand for armed bodyguards rose sharply after the murder of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank Bhd founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi in July. “Almost every rich Datuk and public-listed company head in town now has at least one armed bodyguard. Demand for personal protection service soars after spate of violent crimes … Star Sunday September 8, 2013 MYT 8:25:55 AM
Tycoon feeling safer with personal bodyguard
PETALING JAYA: Having an armed bodyguard accompanying him to public places makes him feel “much safer”, a successful businessman said. The prominent personality, who only wanted to be known as Datuk Seri Tan, hired an armed bodyguard in May after being advised to do so by the police. “I had received threatening letters and phone calls and a friend even overheard someone saying that he would harm me,” he said. “I genuinely feared for my life. Now, looking at the increase in violent crimes, I’m thankful I decided to get an armed bodyguard.” Tycoon feeling safer with personal bodyguard — Look at who’s doing the shooting! It’s a businessman trying to stop a car thief. Star Saturday September 7, 2013 MYT 6:46:25 AM
Honda returned, Bentley stolen
Curious crime: Police officers looking for evidence in the stolen Honda CRV along Jalan Watson in Ipoh IPOH: Car thieves who had stolen a car belonging to a businessman’s family here on Thursday, brought the car back to his house and drove away in his prized Bentley. The RM1.2mil luxury car, however, was recovered hours later in Menglembu, just 30 minutes’ drive from the family bungalow in Jalan Watson, yesterday. The police also arrested a man believed to be part of a car theft gang. … …the owner had first heard noises from the ground floor of the house and had quietly gone down to check what was happening. “He saw a stranger in the living room and silently followed the suspect who went out to the porch and got into the Bentley,” said Supt Anuar, adding that the man’s accomplice waited nearby. “While starting the engine, the suspect noticed the owner and tried to ram him. The owner fired three warning shots in the air, prompting the suspect to make his escape by crashing through the gate while his accomplice got away by climbing over the perimeter wall. RM1.2mil Bentley was all the robber wanted — Star Saturday September 7, 2013 MYT 6:45:22 AM
Man finds missing car – and live bullets
NIBONG TEBAL: A businessman who has been trying to locate his wife’s Perodua Kenari for four months finally found it – as well as a magazine of bullets below the driver’s seat. The car was found on Thursday along Jalan Kendi in the Taman Merak Business Centre in Simpang Ampat near here where a restaurant owner was shot a day earlier. Police found seven live 9mm bullets in the magazine, an axe, a green jacket similar to that worn by army personnel and a file belonging to a car repossessor. The 29-year-old businessman had been looking for the car since May following reminders from a bank over arrears on the car’s monthly instalments, although they had already sold the vehicle to a car dealer in Ipoh. Man finds missing car – and live bullets — Where do all these guns come from, especially the AK-47s? The Sundaily
Kedah police seize weapons arsenal
Posted on 6 September 2013 – 09:12am
Kedah police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim (second from left) and police officers show the seized weapons. KWONGWAHPIX ALOR STAR (Sept 5, 2013): Kedah police detained two men and seized an arsenal of six assault rifles, a semi-automatic pistol and a home-made gun today. State police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said three AK-47s and three Colt M4 Carbines, a Beretta and the home-made gun were seized in the dawn raid in Naka. He said 11 empty magazines for different weapons, five sacks of urea fertilizer and two cans filled with an assortment of bullets were also seized.
Restaurant operator shot in Nibong Tebal incident
A restaurant operator was seriously injured in a shooting incident in the Taman Merak Business Park in Nibong Tebal at 3.13pm today. Penang CID chief SAC Mazlan Kesah said the victim, in his 40s, was shot after he had stopped his car to go to a restaurant nearby to see a friend. He said moments after the victim had stopped his car, two men on a Honda motorcycle approached and one of them fired at him. “Four shots were fired, one which hit him in the chest. The victim is the owner of the restaurant where a random shooting incident occurred and caused six people to be injured in Taman Kasawari, Simpang Ampat here on August 23,” he told reporters at the scene. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/restaurant-operator-shot-in-nibong-tebal-incident — ANOTHER ARMED ROBBERY! Free Malaysia Today
Jeweller shot by robbers
Prominent jeweller, Abdul Rasull Abdul Razak, was shot by robbers on motorcycles and is now receiving treatment at the Kuala Lumpur general hospital.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prominent jeweller, Abdul Rasull Abdul Razak, was shot this morning by several unknown men who tried to rob his jewellery store in Lebuh Ampang, here. According to his staff, four men on two motorcycles arrived at the shop at about 9:30am, with two entering the shop to rob the place. “But they were unsuccessful as there were too many people. My boss, Abdul Rasull managed to chase them out of the store but when he went outside, the other two men waiting there fired about six shots at him,” said the staff, who declined to be named. It is learnt that two shots hit Abdull Rasull on his shoulder and stomach. The businessman has been rushed to the Kuala Lumpur general hospital for treatment. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/09/03/jeweler-shot-by-robbers/ — Malaysiakini
A former Royal Malaysian Air Force personnel, who allegedly headed a triad, was shot dead yesterday in what police believe was a ‘turf war’ in Ipoh yesterday. According to The Star, S Jambu Keshan, 39, head of Batu Gajah’s Geng 36, was shot dead by a masked assailant in Taman Rishah at 7.15am. “We also believe the shooting is related to a turf war between the victim’s gang, Geng 04 and Geng 08,” Perak CID chief Mohd Dzuraidi Ibrahim, adding that it could be related to drugs. Berita Harian also reported that the war also involved Geng 36. Ex-air force personnel shot dead in gang ‘turf war’ — NST 01 September 2013| last updated at 12:48PM
Former air force man shot thrice in head
IPOH: A former TUDM air traffic controller was shot dead at point blank by a gunman here this morning.
Ipoh police chief Assistant Commissioner Sum Chang Keong said in the 7.15am incident, S. Jambu Keshan, 39, was taking some items from his Perodua Kancil near his father’s restaurant in Taman Rishah. He said two suspects in a Toyota Vios arrived at the scene before passenger got out and fired three shots towards the victim. … Keshan, whose last rank was laskar udara kanan, retired after completing his contract and was helping to run his father’s restaurant.
— Malaysian Insider
Man gunned down in front of family at Johor temple – Bernama
A man was shot dead at point-blank range while praying with his wife and children at a temple near Gelang Patah at 7.30pm yesterday. The victim, K. Jaganathan, 37, had a police record. Initial police investigations revealed that the gunman had arrived on a motorcycle ridden by an accomplice at the temple in Taman Nusantara. He walked into the temple, confronted Jaganathan and fired several shots before escaping on the motorcycle. … It is believed Jaganathan was linked with a secret society. – Bernama, August 31, 2013. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/man-gunned-down-in-front-of-family-at-johor-temple-bernama — Malaysian Insider IT HAS BEEN ABANDONED! IT HAS 3 BULLET HOLES!! IT HAS A SPENT BULLET AND HEROIN IN IT!!! The police have managed to trace the address of the owner and were now searching for that person to assist in investigations. The Sundaily
Car with bullet holes found
Posted on 31 August 2013 – 02:28pm
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 31, 2013): A car with bullet holes was found obstructing the entrances of two houses in Lebuh Mahsuri, Bayan Baru, here early Saturday morning. Southwest district police chief Supt Mohd Hatta Mohd Zin said police were notified of the car about 8.40am by homeowners whose driveway was blocked. He said police at the scene found three bullet holes at the back and front of the Proton Persona which damaged the bonnet, windscreen and the dashboard. He said a package containing heroin was also found inside the car as the forensic team was combing the scene for evidence. He said a spent bullet was also found at the front passenger seat but there were no traces of blood in the car. “Initial investigations lead us to believe that the car was involved in a chase and we are trying to find out where it started,” he told the media in a text statement. Car with bullet holes found — Free Malaysia Today
Bizman shot, loses car
A businessman was shot twice in a carjacking incident in Kuantan.
KUANTAN: Four men assaulted a businessman, fired two shots at him and fled with his car as he was about to check in to a hotel here early today after driving down from Kuala Terengganu on business. They hit Lee Siew Meng, 42, with hard and sharp objects and one of them fired the shots, badly injuring him in the right shoulder and left side of the body, said Pahang CID chief SAC Mohd Zakaria Ahmad. … He was rushed to the Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital where he underwent surgery to remove the bullets and was reported to be in stable condition, he added. Bernama Bizman shot, loses car — Star Sunday August 25, 2013 MYT 8:11:37 PM
Penang cops nab six, seize hand grenade, bullets and samurai sword
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police raided a flat at Machang Bubok here and detained six suspects and seized a hand grenade, bullets and a samurai sword in the process.
Acting upon a tip-off, a team from the Central Seberang Prai district headquarters narcotics division raided the Impian Indah Flat at Machang Bubok at about 1.30am on Sunday.
The raiding party recovered a hand grenade, 20 bullets, and a samurai sword inside one of the rooms.
Police detained four men and two women, aged between 21 and 48.
Penang cops nab six, seize hand grenade, bullets and samurai sword — Star Sunday August 25, 2013 MYT 10:32:03 AM
Gunman shoots at six men in coffeeshop
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/25/Gunman-shoots-at-six-men-in-coffeeshop.aspx — DCP Paramasivam said police believed the suspects were involved in a shooting incident at Kampung Simee last month that killed one man and injured two others. The Sundaily
Police arrest four men involved in Kg Simee shooting case
IPOH (Aug 24, 2013): Perak police arrested four men believed to be involved in the shooting case in Kampung Simee here last month, in a raid on a double-storey house in Medan Bercham 4 here yesterday. Police arrest four men involved in Kg Simee shooting case — NST Saturday August 24, 2013 MYT 12:37:34 PM
Cops involved in two-hour shootout, four arrested
IPOH: Police arrested four criminals after engaging them in a two-hour shootout at Taman Syukur here. The four, believed to be involved in gangsterism and drugs, were apprehended at about midnight. Deputy Perak police chief Deputy Comm Datuk A. Paramasivam said the police stormed the suspects’ house and arrested two men prior to the exchange of fire. “We first arrested two of the suspects who were on the ground floor after entering the premises. “Two others then tried to escape, with one of them fleeing through the roof before falling into a neighbouring house,” he said. “The last suspect, who was armed, was arrested at an empty home nearby,” he said, adding that no one was injured in the shootout. Cops involved in two-hour shootout, four arrested — Malaysian Insider
Temerloh fishmonger found dead with 7 gunshot wounds – Bernama
A 47-year-old fishmonger was found dead with seven gunshot wounds at a sand-dredging area near Kampung Buntut Pulau in Temerloh last night. The police said Abd Majid Abd Rahman, whose body was discovered by members of the public at 9.05 pm, had been reported missing by his wife. “She said the victim left their house at Taman Setia Temerloh on Sunday. She had gone to look for him on Wednesday but only located his car at an area near the sand-dredging area,” said the police. Bernama, August 24, 2013. —
Read more: Bullet-riddled body of missing fishmonger found in Temerloh – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/bullet-riddled-body-of-missing-fishmonger-found-in-temerloh-1.343239?cache=03%2F7.211990%3Fkey%3DKuala+Lumpur%2F7.246688%2F7.287155%3Fkey%3DKuala+Lumpur#ixzz2ctcGxduq — The latest shooting! NST 24 August 2013| last updated at 12:21AM
Five men injured during gun attack at coffee shop
NIBONG TEBAL: Five men were injured during a shooting by two unknown assailants at a coffee shop in Taman Kasawari near here tonight.
— Malaysian Insider
Toe the line, Zahid advises Waythamoorthy – Bernama
Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today advised Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waythamoorthy to toe the government line and not issue statements that contradicted government policy. “He should not continue to regard himself as the leader of a non-governmental organisation. He should not be thinking like the leader of Hindraf (Hindu Rights Action Force). Do not interfere in police work,” he told reporters. Ahmad Zahid was commenting on Waythamoorthy’s alleged questioning of the police explanation that the five suspected gangsters killed in a shootout with the police in Penang last Monday had been shot “execution-style”. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/toe-the-line-zahid-advises-waythamoorthy-bernama — In the run-up to the elections, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and senior BN leaders graced a mammoth dinner in Port Klang, attended by a football-stadium size crowd. In attendance were some of the biggest names in Malaysia’s underworld to show solidarity with the ruling coalition. Now, if you are a soldier or a lieutenant in one of these notorious gangs and you see the big boss rubbing shoulders with the powerful and connected of the country, surely you would go away thinking that you have some powerful friends in the right places. Malaysian Insider
Why do Malaysia’s gangsters think they’re The Untouchables?
August 22, 2013 Latest Update: August 22, 2013 03:55 pm NEWS ANALYSIS The country’s top cop and his phalanx of senior officials are angry that gangsters are taunting them by parading gang colours in public and spraying gang numbers all over the place. … This is Malaysia where gangsters are supposed to be afraid of the biggest gang of all – the 100,000-strong Royal Malaysian Police, legally armed with a powerful arsenal of weapons and with a irrevocable mandate to keep the country safe for all. So how did it come to this? This is a brazen show of force by gang 04 members after five of its alleged gang leaders were killed by police in Penang on Tuesday. They wore their number and colours openly, carried their flags and blocked off traffic during an elaborate funeral procession right through the artery of the island. And this was not a one-off coming out party for gangsters. In Sentul, gang 08 members buried one of their own a couple of weeks ago by taking over traffic control and having their own marchpast, complete with flags. … But how do you explain this show of force, this no fear of authorities, this come-and-get-me-if-you-dare challenge? Criminals the world over do not advertise their presence to the cops unless they believe that: 1) The police and other security agencies are inept. 2) They have enough “cables” with those in power to get out of even the most hopeless of situations. Therefore, getting arrested and thrown into jail is only a minor inconvenience. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/why-do-malaysias-gangsters-think-theyre-the-untouchables — The hearse of 21-year-old M. Gobinath had a floral wreath designed with the word “GOBI” together with a picture banner bearing the titles “Gobi Butterworth” and “King of Butterworth” as well as a message “We will miss u 4ever Bro”. Star Thursday August 22, 2013 MYT 8:04:18 AM
Cops: Mourners were Gang 04 members
GEORGE TOWN: Those seen parading in the streets with banners bearing the Gang 04 logo during the funeral procession for the five men killed in a shootout with police are gang members, said Penang CID chief Senior Asst Comm Mazlan Kesah. “We will definitely be taking action after identifying them. “What they did was also against the law under Section 43 of the Societies Act for joining an unlawful organisation and taking part in an illegal assembly,” he said when contacted yesterday. More than 800 people turned up for the funeral at the Batu Gantung crematorium on the island and the Hindu cemetery in Jalan Siram, Butterworth. The bodies of N. Rakan, 25, M. Suresh, 25, and R. Ramesh, 27, were sent off in Mercedes-Benz hearses. Cops: Mourners were Gang 04 members — Free Malaysia Today
Do not mess with us, IGP warns gangs
The IGP warns gangs not to mess with the cops and that the authorities will go all out to wipe out crime in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar today sent a chilling message to gangs in the country, telling the troublemakers not to “mess with the police force”. “Don’t mess with us and do not try to threaten us,” he told reporters at a Hari Raya open house here. Yesterday, the notorious Gang 04 allegedly spray painted gang symbols on the walls of a police beat base and the Banting district police headquarters in Selangor. The 04 number, religious swastika symbol and “RIP” (rest in peace) were spray painted in red on the walls and doors of the beat base while the same symbols appeared on the walls of shoplots in the vicinity. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/08/21/no-such-thing-as-shoot-to-kill/ — Free Malaysia Today
Bullets for lawyer of slain youths’ families
Five rounds wrapped in plastic found outside RSN Rayer’s house.
GEORGE TOWN: Five bullets wrapped in a plastic bag were found this morning outside the house of RSN Rayer, the lawyer representing the families of the five youths whom police killed in Sungai Nibong on Monday. Rayer, a DAP member and the state assemblyman for Seri Delima, has lodged a report at the Jelutong police station. Police have collected the bullets and a video footage recorded by a CCTV installed in Rayer’s house. Rayer said his nephew found the packet at 7.50am in the front yard of his home in Tingkat Tembaga in Island Park. Bullets for lawyer of slain youths’ families — Malaysiakini
Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar today opened fire on those who cast aspersions on the fatal shooting of five suspected criminals in Penang on Monday. Denying that the police had a shoot-to-kill policy, he said: “When police personnel died in Lahad Datu defending the nation, we were accused of staging a drama. “When shooting cases became rampant, we were accused of sitting on our butts and not doing anything to (curb the violence). “And when criminals are shot dead, we are accused of being overzealous and cruel. What charade are these people (the critics) playing?” Khalid said this is an issue which concerns public security and that the police are serious in battling crime. “We don’t care what the critics say, we have a duty to carry out, and we will carry it out to ensure that Malaysians are safe (from crime),” he stressed. IGP opens fire on ‘shootout’ critics — Police in plainclothes must have been busily shooting the faces of the men present at the funeral… Malaysiakini
One of the five men shot dead in Sungai Nibong in Penang early on Monday morning, J Gobinath, was given an elaborate funeral in Butterworth yesterday afternoon. During the ceremony, Gobinath, 31, was referred to as the ‘King of Butterworth’. According to the Chinese-language Oriental Daily News, more than 100 people – not counting family members and relatives – showed up to pay their last respects. Many joined the funeral march, riding motorcycles. Along the way to the cemetery, some of the motorcyclists let off firecrackers and held up a banner with ’04’ on it, believed to represent an underworld society. Gobinath’s coffin was carried by a group of young men, believed to be his friends. Some of those present also waved flags with the ’04’ number. A white catafalque preceded the march, with large portraits of Gobinath on both sides. On one side were the words ‘King of Butterworth R.I.P’. As the procession was a long one that stopped several times, traffic along Jalan Raja Uda was clogged for a while. Grand funeral for one of five shot dead — Malaysiakini
Questions continue to be raised about police action in shooting dead five men alleged to be triad members in Sungai Nibong, Penang, on Monday. State MIC Youth head J Dhinagaran (left), while expressing support for efforts to combat crime, said action must be taken “in a fair manner, without (resulting in) anyone questioning (the) credibility (of the police)”. “Although the police have been getting kudos, there have been questions as to why the police did not attempt to detain (the five),” Dhinagaran said in a statement. ‘Explain mystery behind shooting of Penang 5’ — Malaysiakini 04′ graffiti in Kuala Selangor In another development, ’04 RIP’ was found painted on the outer wall of a police station in Kuala Langat. This has been seen as a challenge to the police after the shooting in Penang which has been linked to the ‘O4 gang’. Sin Chew Daily reported that the same graffiti was found in several places in Banting town, such as on an abandoned police booth, a wall and signboard along the road. The police believe the graffiti was painted early yesterday morning or about midnight the previous day. They see it as a show of discontent against the crackdown on criminals, but are not sure who did this or how many were involved. Grand funeral for one of five shot dead — The Sundaily
Gang 04 sympathisers deface walls with graffiti
Posted on 20 August 2013 – 10:31pm
KUALA LANGAT (Aug 20, 2013): In retaliation to the death of five members of the Geng 04 who were killed in a shootout with police in Penang on Monday, fellow members of the group here defaced walls with their symbols at more than 20 locations, including the district police headquarters here today. Residents of Banting who went about their daily routine this morning were taken aback when they spotted the spray-painted graffiti on public walls that read “04 RIP” or “04 Rest In Peace” along with a swastika symbol. The vandals also left police infuriated when they targeted the Kuala Langat district police headquarters on Jalan Sultan Alam Shah and a police beat elsewhere. Kuala Langat police chief Supt Nordin Manan said today police personnel spotted the defacement on the perimeter walls of the police headquarters here in the morning. Gang 04 sympathisers deface walls with graffiti — HOW CAN WE DECIDE WHO IS TELLING THE TRUTH? Perhaps only if a public inquiry is held…. Malaysian Insider
Set up inquiry into shooting of five in Penang by police, says DAP
DAP has demanded for an inquiry into the shooting of five men by the police in Penang, which has led to allegations that they were executed. Puchong MP and DAP National Legal Bureau chairman Gobind Singh Deo said if police could not justify their action, it must face the consequences. “Wide powers are given to the police to use weapons but these powers are not without limitation. In cases where arrests may be made without the need to shoot and kill, such killings cannot be justified,” he said in a statement today. He urged the Attorney-General to give an assurance that there will be an open inquiry and that there would be no cover up into the matter. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/set-up-inquiry-into-shooting-of-five-in-penang-by-police-says-dap — The families of the victims claim that their sons died in a hail of bullets. The police say that they only fired a number of shots which hit them. Malaysaikini
Penang police today maintained that they had followed the standard operating procedure (SOP) in the raid on an apartment where five members of a gang were killed in a shootout yesterday, contrary to the claims by the families of the dead men. Penang chief police officer Abdul Rahim Hanafi said the police had adhered strictly to the SOP. “It is not true that the police fired more than 30 shots at the suspects without identifying themselves. We identified ourselves before entering the apartment and were shot at. “We kept to the SOP and only fired a number of shots which hit them, and not as alleged by them (the family members),” he told reporters at a meeting with Op Selamat 3/2013 personnel in George Town. The media today carried reports quoting the families of the five men as claiming that police had shot repeatedly at the suspects without adhering to the SOP. Police insist they had followed SOP in shooting incident — The people no longer believe the standard answers of self-defence by the police. The force needs to be overhauled,” he said. Malaysiakini
Persatuan Hindraf Malaysia chairperson P Waythamoorthy has questioned the manner the police killed the five suspects in a shoot-out in Penang as photos and their injuries suggested they were shot at “point blank” range. Waythamoorthy (left), who is also a deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, said he had seen the photos of the Penang shooting sent by his sources. After viewing them, he said no one in the right frame of mind would believe that there was actually a shoot-out between the police and suspects. He warned that the public has been monitoring the police statements closely over the years. “Each time the police appear to giving a standard answer that they were shot at and acted in self-defence. But the injuries do not describe a shoot-out situation while the photos show they were shot at point blank range,” said Waythamoorthy. The association’s chairperson said it was baffling that inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar had concluded that the three weapons retrieved from the suspects were related to 10 murder cases. “One wonders how such ballistic tests could have been carried out at super speed, and even if that was possible, how they could be linked to 10 previous murders so hastily. ” Waytha questions manner of killing of suspects — Free Malaysia Today
Families want cops charged with murder
Families of deceased says they are not satisfied with the police press statement that the slayed were wanted for murders.
GEORGE TOWN: Aggrieved families of the five alleged members of Gang 04 who were gunned down by police on Monday demanded that the authorities haul the shooters to court. Accompanied by their lawyer, Seri Delima assemblyman RSN Rayer, families of the four deceased have lodged separate police reports but with the same contents at the Jalan Patani police station here. Only the older Gobinath family did not lodge police report last night. In their reports, the families said they were not satisfied with the police press statement that the deceased were gang members and were wanted for several murders. They reported that they saw several bullet marks on the deceased when they were called on to identify the bodies at the forensic centre in Penang Hospital. “We want the authorities to take firm action on those behind the brutal killing of my son,” said VR Murugasen, 52, father of the deceased Suresh. Families want cops charged with murder — Malaysia Chronicle Tuesday, 20 August 2013 09:16
PENANG SHOOTOUT: Were the police right to shoot to kill?
Written by J. D. Lovrenciear
The family members of the five men who were shot dead by police in Sungai Nibong claimed the bodies from the Penang General Hospital mortuary last night. Speaking on behalf of the families, Seri Delima assemblyperson RSN Rayer said the families took the bodies after they had lodged police reports at the Northeast district police headquarters on Jalan Pattani. Rayer said inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar and Penang police chief Abdul Rahman Hanafi should provide more evidence that the five killed did in fact have underworld links and were involved in a recent spate of shootings in various states in the country, as police claim. Rayer questioned why the bodies of the men had multiple bullet wounds when they could not have escaped from the 11th floor of the apartment in Sungai Nibong. “One of the five men was shot more than once in the head, and the others had fatal gunshot wounds on the chest, neck, face and the head and could not have survived the shooting,” Rayer said when contacted. “The five men were in the 11th floor of the apartment and definitely could not have escaped anywhere, so it baffles me why the police shot them in the head, chest, face and the neck, instead of their legs or hands,” he added. “Is the IGP saying that the Malaysian police are not professionally trained to effect the arrest of five men in the 11th storey of an apartment, other than shooting them dead?” Rayer asked. Kin claim bodies, rep queries multiple bullet wounds — FOXNEWS.com
Malaysian police kill 5, hold 200 in crime crackdown
Published August 19, 2013
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/08/19/malaysian-police-kill-5-hold-200-in-crime-crackdown/#ixzz2cQiZBOw0 — ARE THE POLICE trying to justify the shootings? Read the following… Star Monday August 19, 2013 MYT 7:47:58 PM
IGP: Gang members behind 12 murder cases in three states (Update)
GEORGE TOWN: The five men who were gunned down by police early today were behind 12 shooting cases in three states, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar. He said the men, some of whom were members of the notorious gang 04, were involved in at least seven murder cases and two attempted murder cases in Penang, two murder cases in Kedah and one murder case in Negeri Sembilan. … Khalid said police also seized three pistols from the five men, aged between 23 and 27. “We ran a test on the firearms and it was proven that they were used in at least 12 murder or attempted murder cases,” he told a press conference.
“Seven of the murders and the two cases of attempted murder occurred in Penang. Two of the murders occurred in Kedah and one in Negeri Sembilan.”All the cases took place over the past year, with the latest in Penang,” Khalid said.
Gang involved in 12 murder cases (Update) — NST 9 August 2013| last updated at 10:39PM
Cases involving 04 gang
PENANG police shot dead five members of the notorious 04 gang who had been staying at a service apartment in Sungai Nibong.
The five, all in their 20s, were said to have been involved in he recent spate of shooting cases in the state this year. ON AUG 8, K. Veerappan, a 37-year-old scrap dealer believed to be associated with Gang 36, was shot dead when he stopped the car he was driving near a traffic light in Anson Road. … ON AUG 9, a third shooting occurred in the state, in Jalan Datuk Keramat, where a 43-year-old bouncer was hit in the left thigh. … ON JAN 27, 2010 04 gang members had forced businessmen to purchase electrical goods from them. IN 2004, the 04 gang leader in Sri Sentosa, `Negro` Mani, was busted for drugs. … ON JUNE 29, 1993, a 17-year-old teenager was stabbed to death by an 04 member for refusing to join the gang. It was reported in the New Straits Times that notorious killer who murdered 17 people, Kalimuthu also known as Bentong Kali, was a part of the 04 gang since 1978.
— KILLED BY POLICE J Gobinath 31, R Ramesh 27, M Suresh 25, A Binut 23 and M Gobinath 21. … Nadarajah Somasundram, 62, who is the uncle of one of the dead men, claimed that the five were shot multiple times and that it was likely that semi-automatic rifles were involved. “We want to know why they were shot 20 to 30 times. It happened inside the condominium. Why can’t the police give warning shots? Malaysiakini
Family members of five men who were shot dead by police in Sungei Nibong caused a big commotion at the Penang Hospital this evening, expressing anger over the incident. Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar told a press conference in Penang this afternoon that the five were shot dead at an apartment at 4.30am. Khalid said his men fired in self-defence and that ballistics tests from weapons recovered at the apartment showed these were linked to 10 murder cases and two attempted murder cases. This explanation did not go down well with about 100 family members and friends of the deceased, who said that there were still many unanswered questions. A family member of one of the men shot dead, VR Murugersan, told Malaysiakini that the five were shot “like animals” by the police. “Why need to shoot like that? They could arrest first. Police are liars when they said they shot in self-defence,” he said. … Other family members and friends gathered near the mortuary lost their composure outside the mortuary and were heard screaming hysterically. A woman had to be carried away after she fainted upon identifying the body of her son. An irate youth was seen throwing his helmet in a fit of rage before he was calmed down by others. Outrage over Sg Nibong police shootings — fz.com
Families question execution-style killing of five by police
Five gang members shot dead by police (Updated)
The crime scene in the apartment has been cordoned off. SUNPIX by EDMUND LEE http://www.thesundaily.my/news/800131 — IGP showing the guns recovered three guns from the 5, namely a silver Norinco, a silver .38 revolver and a black Walther PPK.
IGP: Gang members behind 12 murder cases in three states
GEORGE TOWN: The five men who were gunned down by police early today were behind 12 shooting cases in three states, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar. He said the men, some of whom were members of the notorious gang 04, were involved in at least seven murder cases and two attempted murder cases in Penang, two murder cases in Kedah and one murder case in Negeri Sembilan. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/19/gang04-involved-in-12-murders.aspx — ALL 5 DEAD MEN ARE INDIANS. WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT? Sundaily
Five gang members shot dead by police (Updated)
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 19, 2013): The quiet Pantai Jerejak suburbs here was broken by gunfire early this morning as police engaged members of the notorious 04 gang. The resulting firefight ended when all five members were killed during the shootout at 4.45am at a service apartment in the area. Police had earlier surrounded the unit which is believed to have been used by the gang as a hideout and ordered the people inside to surrender. However, the authorities’ call went unheeded as gunshots rang out from inside the unit directed at the police. The police team then stormed the unit on the 11th floor of the 15-storey service apartment. Five gang members shot dead by police (Updated) — Free Malaysia Today
Five shot dead in Penang
Police claim they were members of a notorious secret society wanted for several murders and firearm offences
GEORGE TOWN: Five men in their 20s and 30s were shot dead during a police raid at an apartment in Sungai Nibong here at dawn today. All five were ethnic Indians. In the incident which happened at about 5am, police shot dead the five in the unit at the 11th floor of the Century Bay apartment, located near the Pesta Site. Police claim that the five were members of a notorious secret society, alleging that they were criminal suspects wanted for several murders and firearm offences. The five were said to be involved in several fatal shootings that took place across the country this year. They are J Gobinath 31, R Ramesh 27, M Suresh 25, A Binut 23 and M Gobinath 21. The bodies were taken to the Penang hospital mortuary for post mortem. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/08/19/five-shot-dead-in-penang/ — Star Monday August 19, 2013 MYT 2:55:46 PM
Police: Three killed in Penang shootout had criminal records; three pistols found
GEORGE TOWN: At least three of the men gunned down by the police here Monday morning had criminal records. A statement by the police said J. Gobinath, 31, had previously been charged under Section 324 of the Penal Code with causing hurt using a weapon. He was found dead in the main room of an apartment in Sungai Nibong, after he and the others were gunned down around 5am during a shootout with the police, at a unit on the 11th floor. N. Rakan, 25, was wanted by the police under Section 394 of the Penal Code for causing injury.
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/19/Crime-gun-shooting-Penang-five-killed.aspx — The police don’t have the shooter, just the taxi-driver, so they will throw everything at him. Malaysian Insider
AmBank boss shooting: Taxi driver charged for having gun
A taxi driver was charged today at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court with possession of a pistol and bullets, more than two weeks after he was held over the daylight killing of Arab Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi (pic) last month. Chew Siang Chee, 45, who has been in police custody since July 30, was charged under Section 8 of the Firearm Act 1971 which carries a maximum 14 years imprisonment and whipping for possession of a semi-automatic .9mm Walther pistol. The father-of-four was also charged under Section 4 of the same Act for illegal possession of four .9mm bullets.
All the items were found at a post-box at Desa Cindaimas Condominium at Jalan Sekutu off Jalan Kuchai Lama in Brickfields on August 3. Chew pleaded not guilty to both charges. No bail was granted by judge Azwarnida Affandi. Deputy public prosecutors Wan Shaharudin Wan Ladin and Choo Hueay Ting prosecuted while the accused was represented by counsel Tey Wei Seng. Next mention date has been set on August 23.
Published on Aug 4, 2013
Police have acknowledged that gun crimes are on the rise but they say they are not random cases, but targeted – and like many other crimes, can be committed by repeat offenders. They’re calling on the public to provide any information they have on these cases.
http://youtu.be/IVMk89vU1Ck — Star Monday August 5, 2013 MYT 6:33:53 PM
Jobless man shot dead at point blank range in Pasir Puteh
KOTA BARU: In yet another violent gun crime, a jobless man was shot 10 times at point blank range at a warong in Pasir Puteh just before Subuh (start of fast) prayers on Monday. The bullets hit Amirul Tajo Nasir, 40, in the chest, abdomen and back in the 5.15am incident. He died at the Universiti Sains Malaysia Hospital in Kubang Kerian at about 1.30pm. … Nor Hadiyana Zakaria, 25, (pix) the warong owner’s daughter, who was collecting the money from Amirul Tajo, was injured after a bullet hit her right leg. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/05/kelantan-man-shot-dead.aspx — Police raided the shooter’s house and obtained all his personal identification which they said will come in handy in nabbing him. Malaysian Insider
Cops get a break in probe into banker’s murder
Police have made a breakthrough in their investigations in the murder of Arab Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi after revealing today that they have the shooter’s identity. The shooter is said to be a 44-year-old part-time car reposessor. Kuala Lumpur CID chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said police also found a Smith and Wesson semi-automatic pistol which they believe belongs to the shooter. “However, that was not the gun used in the murder of Hussain Najadi,” Ku said http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/cops-get-a-break-in-probe-into-bankers-murder — Star Sunday August 4, 2013 MYT 10:32:50 PM PETALING JAYA: A “Bakakuk” is a type of home made shotgun, found largely in Sabah, and generally used for hunting wild animals, as well as to protect traditional farms by local natives.
PETALING JAYA: A “Bakakuk” is a type of home made shotgun, found largely in Sabah, and generally used for hunting wild animals, as well as to protect traditional farms by local natives. Some village people are experts in making these weapons, and some of them almost as good as factory-manufactured shotguns. Bakakuks use real bullets or pellets, which can be bought in the market.
Bakakuk: A home-made killer — Star
I’ve been shot!
Resort developer gunned down at busy Sabah commercial complex
KOTA KINABALU: Resort developer Tiong Choon Kwong was answering the phone at the bustling Beverly Hills commercial complex near here when he was gunned down at close range – with a shotgun. Shocked, he shouted “I have been shot” to his friend who was having a drink in a restaurant and then collapsed in a pool of blood. Seeking clues: Police examining the site of the shooting at the Beverly Hills commercial complex in Kota Kinabalu. The 44-year-old Sarawakian, who was developing a resort at Dinawan Island off Papar, was talking on his handphone outside a 24-hour coffeeshop at around 10.30pm on Saturday when he was shot in the abdomen at close range. The gunman fled in a white car. A friend, identified only as Ting, rushed the father of two to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with the help of police personnel, but Tiong died barely two hours later. There could be more to the coldblooded killing. Tiong is said to be a former Restricted Residence detainee who served his time in Sabah’s east coast Kunak district some years ago and only started his business about two years ago. His wife and two children are believed to be living in Sarawak although they come to Sabah often to visit him. Some of his friends in Sabah believe he may have been the victim of a hit ordered by underworld kingpins in Sabah or Sarawak. Ting, 44, said they were having a drink at the coffeeshop when Tiong suddenly left the table to take a call on his handphone. “He was walking up and down in front of the shop while talking. So, I continued with my drink while waiting for him to come back. Suddenly, I heard a single loud gunshot and then I heard Tiong shouting that he had been shot,” he said when met outside the hospital’s emergency unit here. Ting said he ran to Tiong, who was on the ground and bleeding, and shouted for help before a police officer in a patrol car came by to help rush the victim to the hospital. “Everything happened so fast. I only managed to get a glimpse of a car fleeing the scene after I heard the gunshot. I don’t know what happened. Tiong was still alive when I got to him,” he said I’ve been shot! — THIS IS INCREDIBLE, UNBELIEVABLE AND INDESCRIBABLE! The shooting spree continues!
MACC man accused of stealing buffalo
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will give full cooperation to the police on investigations pertaining to its officer who allegedly shot and stole a buffalo in Hulu Selangor on Friday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/04/macc-man-accused-stealing-buffalo.aspx .. Malaysiakini
MACC man accused of buffalo theft — Star Sunday August 4, 2013 MYT 11:54:34 AM
Eight shootings in as many days
PETALING JAYA: The country has seen a worrying increase in the number of shootings recently. Here is a list of the most recent shooting incidents that have happened around the country. … Friday, Aug 2
Pandan Indah: Gold dealer Wong Foo Yui was shot in the shoulder while waiting in his car for the traffic light to change, but he managed to escape from the shooter. … April 12: Seremban: James John, 45, was shot dead in his car at traffic lights around Taman Sri Labu by two men on a motorcycle. Click on the link for the fill report of ALL the shootings tretching back to April 12. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/08/04/Shootings-list-of-recent.aspx — Letter to the Editor The Sun Daily We need tougher gun laws …This raises the question of whether firearms has become easily accessible. The government is being proactive and working strenuously to find ways to combat crime. Having said that, I believe tougher laws and new preventive measures must be introduced to overcome this crisis and to stop the smuggling of illegal firearms into the country. We need to have stricter laws for gun control. If guns were strictly controlled, there may not even be black markets present to sell guns to criminals. In addition, it is essential to have strict licensing and ownership control of guns. No one should possess a gun without extensive investigation of their past. … We do not want to live in fear; all we want is a safe Malaysia, free from crime. Vanitha Muthiah Klang We need tougher gun laws — http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=139581:another-one-man-shot-dead-in-cheras-by-gunmen-on-motorbike&Itemid=2#axzz2azoP3jbL —– As you watch the Anwar video, note that a shooting has just been reported in Kota Kinabalu. NST 04 August 2013| last updated at 01:09PM
Man gunned down in KK
— Malaysia Chronicle video Shootings are now “virtually a DAILY OCCURRENCE” – Anwar http://youtu.be/sPgurq2P1xM — The rising number of brazen shootings has shocked the nation for the pace at which it has been going on in the past seven days, triggering calls for the police to refocus their energy on fighting crime, instead of summoning bloggers and dog handlers and human rights activists. Malaysian Insider
Another shooting today caps a week of horror never seen before in Malaysia
Malaysia has never seen a week like this before: seven shootings in seven days, most of them execution-style by hitmen, and at least two of them high-profile victims.
The latest shooting happened just hours ago, at 1.30 pm in Cheras Perdana. Ex-convict B Balamurali, 36, was shot three times in the chest by two men who had entered his home and shot him in the living room. “The two suspects then fled the scene on a Yamaha LC motorcycle,” said Kajang police chief ACP Abdul Rashid Abdul Wahab. Balamurali had just been released from prison in June and it is learnt that the victim had six previous convictions for theft and drug-related cases. … http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/another-shooting-today-caps-a-week-of-horror-never-seen-before-in-malaysia — Malaysia Chronicle Saturday, 03 August 2013 17:20
ANY ACTION, PM NAJIB? Man shot dead in Cheras by gunmen on motorbike
Written by Malaysia Chronicle KUALA LUMPUR – In the space of 3 days, assassins on motorbikes have struck twice in Malaysia’s capital city. The first was a day ago on Friday where the victim – a gold dealer – was lucky enough to survive despite assailants firing 3 shots at him when he stopped his car at a traffic light in Pandan Indah. Today, in Cheras Perdana not too far away from Pandah Indah, another ‘contract-style hit’ was carried out. This time it was fatal. An ex-convict was shot dead in the living room of a house in Cheras Perdana, Batu 9, Cheras today. In the 1.30pm incident, the 36-year-old victim was shot three times in the chest. District police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Rashid Abdul Wahab said the suspects, two men on a motorcycle, arrived at the house on Jalan CP 3/24 in the Cheras Perdana housing estate minutes before the incident. “The victim was identified as Selangor-born B. Balamurali, who was just released from jail in June,” NST reported Rashid as saying.
— Pascal had said he will not return to Malaysia until his father’s killer is captured, citing safety concerns. Malaysiakini
Kuala Lumpur police chief Mohmad Salleh wants Pascal Najadi, son of slain Ambank founder Hussain Ahmad, to return to Malaysia and assist in investigations over the assassination of his father. “Come back to Malaysia and cooperate with the police so that we can know what really happened. “See us, and let us interview him to assist the police in solving his father’s death,” he told journalists after a walkabout at Masjid India last night. Mohmad was responding to a query from Malaysiakini on Pascal’s denial that his father’s death had something to do with a land deal that had gone awry. “There was no property deal-turned-sour in my father’s murder as our company is not involved in such business,” he was quoted as saying by Bernama on Thursday. However, Mahmod said Pascal is not in Malaysia and may not be abreast on matters. “He’s making denials overseas. He is not in Malaysia but in Russia. Denials in the newspapers do not carry weight. “Denials will not solve this case,” he said, reiterating that the Arab Investments for Asia Kuwait Limited (AIAK) Group deputy chairperson should return to Malaysia. Cops want Ambank founder’s son back in Malaysia —– Remember this, which I had posted earlier in the day? Star Friday August 2, 2013 MYT 11:31:56 AM
Only RM5,000 to hire a gunman
A GUNMAN can be hired in Johor Baru for just RM5,000, according to a Malaysian private investigator. The 45-year-old PI said the price was so affordable that even teachers were not spared from being the targets of assassination now, compared to previously when gunmen were only hired to take down those from the upper-class or reputable folk. A Singaporean newspaper report, which was picked up by Sin Chew Daily, quoted him as saying that most of the victims were either involved in business rivalry, heavily in debt or targets of revenge. He said a managing director of a company, who was shot twice in Singapore but survived, had since engaged two security guards to look after his safety. He pays them a total of S$3,200 (RM8,000) a month. Only RM5,000 to hire a gunman — Well, the Malaysian Government has condemned the Singapore paper that first reported it… 02 August 2013| last updated at 11:09PM
Msia regrets Singapore’s New Paper for misleading headline
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government has condemned The New Paper of Singapore for publishing a misleading and sensational headline alleging that assasination is cheap in Malaysia.
Recent shootings across Malaysia
Recent shootings across Malaysia — Star Friday August 2, 2013 MYT 11:31:56 AM
Only RM5,000 to hire a gunman
A GUNMAN can be hired in Johor Baru for just RM5,000, according to a Malaysian private investigator. The 45-year-old PI said the price was so affordable that even teachers were not spared from being the targets of assassination now, compared to previously when gunmen were only hired to take down those from the upper-class or reputable folk. A Singaporean newspaper report, which was picked up by Sin Chew Daily, quoted him as saying that most of the victims were either involved in business rivalry, heavily in debt or targets of revenge. He said a managing director of a company, who was shot twice in Singapore but survived, had since engaged two security guards to look after his safety. He pays them a total of S$3,200 (RM8,000) a month. Only RM5,000 to hire a gunman —
For the love of God, do NOT attempt to hire a hit man. If you are reading this web page for actual information on finding a person willing to kill someone for money, you have no chance of success. For you, real hit men only exist in movies. The only hit man you will ever contact, if you are stupid enough to try, is an undercover cop pretending to be a hit man… Hitman Prices – Cost To Hire A Hitman | What It Costs —– NST 01 August 2013| last updated at 08:38PM
Ahmad Najadi’s son says father’s murder premeditated
Banker Najadi Buried as Malaysia Police Hunt Contract Killer
Malaysia Police Hunt Contract Killers in Bahraini Banker’s Death
Banker Najadi Buried as Malaysia Police Hunt Contract Killer
— – NST KUALA LUMPUR: A gold merchant was lucky to escape with his life after three shots were fired at him point blank in yet another brazen gun-related attack here Gold merchant fired at three times point blank, escapes with shoulder injury — Malaysian Insider
Shot at 3 times but gold dealer survives murder attempt – Bernama
A gold dealer survived an assassination attempt when a hitman shot him on the right shoulder when his car stopped at a traffic light in Jalan Makmur, Pandan Indah, in Kuala Lumpur today. Ampang Jaya police chief ACP Amiruddin Jamaluddin said that in the 8.45am incident, the dealer, Wong Foo Yui, 34, was hit once from the three shots fired at him while he was in his Toyota Camry. “The victim was shot by one of the two men on a blue Yamaha motorcycle before they fled,” he said. He said despite sustaining injury, the victim drove his car to the Pandan Indah police station about 500 metres away from the crime scene to seek help. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/shot-at-3-times-but-gold-dealer-survives-murder-attempt-bernama — ANOTHER SHOOTING: A WARNING? Star Friday August 2, 2013 MYT 8:41:34 AM
Businessman finds home and car hit at wee hours of the morning
TEMERLOH: Police have started investigations into a shooting incident in which several shots were fired into the house and a car belonging to a businessman in Mentakab near here. At least five empty slugs of 9mm calibre pistol were recovered at the crime scene. So far, no arrests have been made and police were investigating the motive for the random shooting. They did not rule out the possibility of a business rivalry as the gunman did not appear to target the businessman’s life but fired the shots as an apparent warning. The back window of his car was shattered with three bullet holes while at least two other shots hit the porch area and the exterior wall. Businessman finds home and car hit at wee hours of the morning — Star
Just lie down
First thing is to lie on the floor and avoid the bullet, says DCP Mohd Shukri
Although shootings are scary, people should try not to panic and be alert, says Perak police chief. STATE police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan said when a shooting takes place in a public place, people should not panic. The first thing they should do was to quickly lie on the floor to avoid the bullet hitting them. DCP Mohd Shukri said it would really help the police if patrons at a restaurant or any other location were alert or at least have a glance at how many assailants there were. “I know it can be really scary and dangerous being in such a situation, but if they could at least identify the race of the assailant or assailants and give a brief description on how they looked like, the lead will be stronger. “Other things to look for is, if a conversation had taken place before the shooting, like ‘tak bayar hutang’, (you did not settle your debts) or ‘ you tipu saya’ (you cheated me). “When we know what sort of conversation had taken place, the police have an inkling on the leads,” he told The Star recently. He added that once the situation was under control, people should help the victim and call the police immediately. …
On Sunday, Jasrafveenderjeet, 25, from Tambun was shot dead outside a restaurant in Ipoh. DCP Mohd Shukri said in Perak, 90% of the shootings that occurred were due to gang rivalry. “From our investigation, these shooting cases are all about gangsterism. Do not panic, says police chief —– BACK TO THE SHOOTING OF THE EX-BANKER! Malaysia Chronicle Thursday, 01 August 2013 21:18
Plots thickens in banker Najadi’s murder: SON THROWS IN A NEW TWIST
Written by Malaysia Chronicle The only son of banker Hussain Ahmad Najadi murder has thrown a new twist into his father’s shock murder. According to the 45-year-old Pascal, Hussain’s murder was premeditated and related to an attempt by a group to demand money from a Goddess of Mercy temple in Lorong Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur. “My father was a mediator between the two parties. There was no property deal turned sour in my father’s murder as our company do not involve in such business,” Bernama reported Pascal as saying in a telephone interview from Moscow, where he is currently based. All eyes on what Chong will reveal Pascal’s revelation throws a question mark on the initial findings by the police that Hussain’s murder was linked to a property deal that had gone awry. It also swivels attention to Hussain’s second wife Chong Mei Kuen, who was with him at the time of the killing but was shot in the left wrist and right thigh. A member of the temple committee, Chong is still recovering in hospital although she had been allowed to attend her husband funeral. Chong has yet to make public her suspicions on her husband’s slaying.
— HOW CAN SUCH STUPIDITY EXIST? Easily when you are an UMNO leader! Even as shooting cases increase, one particular politician shoots off his mouth! He blames Pakatan Rakyat for the increase in gun violence because Pakatan Rakyat had demanded for the abolition of laws that allowed for detention without trial, says Mohd Ali Rustam, as quoted in a Malay daily. — Malaysian Insider
Seriously? You’re blaming us? For crime? Pakatan asks Ali Rustam
The Opposition brushed off comments by former Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, who allegedly blamed them for the fatal shootings recently. … DAP national political education director Liew Chin Tong called Ali Rustam’s accusation absurd. “He might as well have blamed the Prime Minister. Datuk Seri Najib Razak was the one who decided to do away with the law.” … Meanwhile, PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu called Ali Rustam’s comments “insane”, pointing out that Pakatan Rakyat could also blame the police. “He seems to have forgotten who killed Altantuya. Police… so why would he say such things when he knows that crimes are committed by all kinds of people and not because the EO was repealed.” http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/seriously-youre-blaming-us-for-crime-pakatan-asks-rustam — Free Malaysia Today
‘Blame Pakatan for gun violence’
This is because Pakatan Rakyat had demanded for the abolition of laws that allowed for detention without trial, says Mohd Ali Rustam, as quoted in a Malay daily.
PETALING JAYA: The rise in gun shootings that has left AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi dead and MyWatch chief R Sri Sanjeevan fighting for his life is the fault of Pakatan Rakyat, Umno has concluded. While police have yet to establish who is behind this week’s shootings, Umno supreme council member Mohd Ali Rustam was able to determine that Pakatan was to blame, based on its opposition towards preventive laws. “The shootings that are on the rise right now is a result of the government’s steps to abolish the Internal Security Act (ISA) and the Emergency Ordinance (EO), which the opposition had demanded. “In this case, the opposition (Pakatan Rakyat) should be made responsible for what has happened,” the former Malacca chief minister was quoted as saying to Malay daily Berita Harian today. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/08/01/blame-pakatan-for-gun-violence/ — Star Thursday August 1, 2013 MYT 9:14:56 AM
Recent spate of shootings raises fear
THE recent spate of shootings in the country has created fear among the people as they have to think twice before eating in a restaurant or walking in a crowded place. They want the authorities to be more vigilant and nail the suspects before things got out of hand. Hafiz Zayin, 45, a businessman, said the police should investigate the cases of the rampant shootings not only in Perak but nationwide to get in-depth leads to help nab the culprits. … Daniel Lim, 25, who concurred with Hafiz, said the police must conduct frequent patrolling just like in other countries. “In foreign countries, the police are constantly patrolling on foot, horses, motorcycles and MPVs. We should follow suit. … Hisham Mohd Hanip, 39, said it was scary to read the newspapers or watch the news which reported at least one shooting a day. The senior administrator said he was afraid to even take his family out for a meal. “We are the innocent parties sitting in a restaurant enjoying our meal and if such an incident occurs, what are we to do? Hisham said the police should carry out more patrols. … Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said all the law enforcement agencies must put their heads together to find a solution on the easy availability of firearms brought into the country. Recent spate of shootings raises fear — Should the guns used in the attacks are found to be unlicenced, he said police should work with other agencies like the Immigration and Customs Departments to stop the smuggling of guns into the country. Malaysiakini
PAS has urged the police to review all gun licences issued to ensure that the guns did not fall into the wrong hands, contributing to the recent spate of shootings. PAS information chief Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man also urged that the identities of all licenced gun owners be made public. “The police should review the activities of all gun onwers in the country to ensure the guns have not been misused. “The list of all gun owners should be made public, if this is allowed for by the law and does not pose a security threat,” he said in a statement today. Tuan Ibrahim said that revision of gun licences is required as this could be one of the ways criminals are getting their hands on firearms despite Malaysia’s tight gun control policies. These policies, he said, include a maximum death penalty for certain offences under the Firearms Act (Increased Penalties) 1971 and strict requirements for those wanting a gun licence. “With this, and the recent shootings in mind, PAS hopes that the police can also enlighten us as to the number of gun licences already issued thus far,” he said. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/237238 — LATEST INCIDENT OF SHOOTING! The Sun Daily
Van driver shot dead
Posted on 31 July 2013 – 09:32pm
PARIT BUNTAR: A man was shot dead in the latest shooting incident this morning.
In the 9.40am incident at Jalan Permai 2 here, the 26-year-old man was riding his motorcycle when he was shot. It is learnt that two shots hit his right rib while another shot hit his abdomen.
—– WHAT’S GOING ON? It has been a violent few days in Malaysia! There was the shooting of the MyWatch chief, which was soon followed by the killing of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najad. There were also the killing of a man in Ipoh and the shooting of another in Nibong Tebal. See MyWatch chief shot, in critical condition! WHAT DO THE PEOPLE IN CHARGE OF SECURITY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT ALL THIS? Don’t speculate! Don’t blame us! We’re shorthanded! They wouldn’t be so shorthanded if they were less inclined to act against the political opponents of the Barisan Nasional rather than address the issue of escalating crime. —– THIS IS THE MAN THE POLICE WANT FOR THE MURDER OF THE BANKER. Photos of Sei Ngan Chai — Malaysian Insider
City police name “four-eyed boy” as banker’s killer
Kuala Lumpur police have identified the main suspect behind Monday’s cold-blooded shooting of banker Hussain Ahmad Najadi as Sei Ngan Chai or Cantonese for “four-eyed boy”. Kuala Lumpur CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah said the man was still believed to be in the city. It is not confirmed whether the police know the suspect’s real name yet. He said the police had released a photo of suspect, taken from a CCTV footage from a camera near the Lorong Ceylon Kuan Yin Temple. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/city-police-name-four-eyed-boy-as-bankers-killer — The Sun Daily
Police nab accomplice in killing of bank founder
Posted on 31 July 2013 – 02:19pm
KUALA LUMPUR (July 31, 2013): A 44-year-old cabbie, who allegedly ferried the suspected gunman in the killing of Arab Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Janadi (pix) on Monday, was held by police last night for investigations. Police also released images of the suspected gunman, which were obtained from a CCTV footage to the media earlier, seeking public information on his whereabouts. The bespectacled suspect, police said, was only identified as Chien but usually went by his nickname Sei Ngai Chai (four-eyes or bespectacled in Cantonese). Kuala Lumpur CID chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said police will also quiz a businessman, who had met Hussain and his wife on Lorong Ceylon prior to the attack, today. Police nab accomplice in killing of bank founder — Malaysian Insider
City police name “four-eyed boy” as banker’s killer
Kuala Lumpur police have identified the main suspect behind Monday’s cold-blooded shooting of banker Hussain Ahmad Najadi as Sei Ngan Chai or Cantonese for “four-eyed boy”. Kuala Lumpur CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah said the man was still believed to be in the city. It is not confirmed whether the police know the suspect’s real name yet. He said the police had released a photo of suspect, taken from a CCTV footage from a camera near the Lorong Ceylon Kuan Yin Temple. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/city-police-name-four-eyed-boy-as-bankers-killer — NST 31 July 2013| last updated at 01:53PM
Police trace cabbie who ferried Najadi’s killer
City police Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said the 44-year-old cabbie was traced last night at 9pm at a coffee shop in Sri Petaling here. “After questioning, the driver revealed that the gunman was his regular customer. “The driver described him as a man in his 30’s, and we now have a photofit,” said Ku, adding that the driver had dropped the assailant at Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang here, after the shooting.
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One man, four hits
He had robbed a convenience shop where he only took a pack of cigarettes before going to the petrol station where he flashed his gun to the worker inside. — SUPT MOHD KAMIL SUKARMI
It was short-lived joy for a lone gunman (above) who targeted four locations in Segamat and stole a pack of cigarettes and RM1,600. The unemployed 33-year-old suspect first tried to rob a clinic (clockwise from top left), and then hit a convenience store and two petrol stations. He was caught within four hours while spending his ill-gotten gains at a nightclub. Segamat OCPD Supt Mohd Kamil Sukarmi said the unemployed 33year-old suspect, tried to robbed four shops including a private clinic before he zoomed in on a petrol station located along Jalan Ibrahim in Buloh Kasap here at around 1.24am yesterday. “He had robbed a convenience shop where he only took a pack of cigarettes before going to the petrol station where he flashed his gun to the worker inside. “He panicked when several customers entered the petrol station. He grabbed RM1,600 before fleeing on a motorcycle,” Supt Mohd Kamil said, adding that the suspect used a helmet and a piece of cloth to hide his identity. … Supt Mohd Kamil also said police raided the suspect’s house in Taman Perdana here and found a 9mm toy gun wrapped in a newspaper hidden underneath a pot of flowers. They also seized a parang and other items use by the suspect to carry out several robberies. Supt Mohd Kamil also said police believed that the suspect may have hidden the gun and motorcycle used in the robberies to cover his tracks.
Police have failed to tackle issue of rising crime
Three shootings yesterday showed that police have failed to tackle the issue of rising crime in the country, said DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng who added that using the repeal of the Emergency Ordinance as a reason for this is unacceptable. The shooting of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi is proof that the escalating crime was not due to gangland murders as claimed by police. “Blaming the abolition of the EO as the main reason for the increased crimes and gangland murders was not acceptable as yesterday’s murder of the prominent banker proved otherwise.
Cops not to blame for recent spate of shootings as they are understaffed, says Ahmad Zahid
The recent spate of shootings should not be blamed on the police as the force faces a shortage in manpower and equipment compared to other developed countries. Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidisaid this at a press conference after receiving a courtesy call from the Australia’s High Commissioner to Malaysia, Miles Kuppa, at his office here today. “For example, in New York, a policeman serves 35 residents while a policeman in Malaysia serves 700 residents,” he said. Ahmad Zahid added one of the factors for the spike in the crime rate was the release of detainees from Simpang Renggam prison. He also said the ministry would enhance border security to check smuggling of firearms and consider buying new equipment and installing more CCTV cameras to check crime. – Bernama, July 30, 2013 Cops not to blame for recent spate of shootings as they are understaffed, says Ahmad Zahid
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 09:40
Banker’s slaying the THIRD ASSASSINATION in 7 months: Is the govt sleeping?
Written by J. D. Lovrenciear
First a Customs Deputy DG gets hit with a bullet right in the administrative capital. It cost him his precious life. Then comes the assassination attempt on R. Sri Sanjeevan who is now fighting for his life with a bullet lodged in his rib cage. And even before we can get a grip of these shocking shootings in a country where arms are illegal, yet another broad daylight murder with a gun has taken place. We hear that in the open car park right here in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur the Founder of ARAB Malaysian Development Bank, Hussain Ahmad, was pumped with bullets and killed. And at lunch hour rush time, mind you. … Now the top guns of the country are rushing to warn the public not to speculate and are dishing out conclusive statements – never mind if the statements contradict one another. After all there is the escape clause, “the media misquoted”. … The public are saying, “Look it is happening in broad daylight.” Yes, the gun-toting killers are doing it right in front of public eyes. They are not even bothered about the CCTVs that the police said were meant to deter would be criminals. And these killings are happening at rush hours too. People are asking, in the first place where did all these guns come from? How come it seems so easy to take lives away especially when the victims are such high-profile figures? And who are these ‘hired killers’ – assuming that they were paid to get the job done? … We are not talking about gang clashes. We are not talking about underworld verses underworld. We are plain bloody concerned when citizens who are in service to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agung and who have contributed immensely to the financial and economic development of Malaysia and those who are championing a commitment to clean up Malaysia are being removed with the gun. Can we condone this? But here, life goes on as usual. Well, after all the police have warned the public to shut up. The Home Minister has threatened to take action at citizens who are out to cause mischief. Meanwhile at the warongs and corporate corridors, it is your guess as good as mine, “who next?”. Or for some it is a case of “why so busybody lah, MYOB is better these days”. MAILBAG
Malaysia turning into the Wild West’
Following a spate of high-profile shooting incidents, a coalition of NGOs has expressed concern that Malaysia is turning into the Wild West. The spike in crime and with perpetrators becoming more brazen, the current situation had riddled the notion that Malaysia was a safe place with bullet holes. “The Home Ministry and police claim that the country is safe but the people are afraid… be it in a restaurant or stopping at a traffic light, danger seems to lurk everywhere. “We are also concerned with the abundance of firearms available in this country. “How are these guns being brought in right under the very noses of the authorities?” asked Malaysian Indian Progressive Association (Mipas) secretary-general S Barathidasan. Mipas warned that with criminals running wild, the situation would affect the tourism industry, an important income generator for the nation.
Gunman identified in killing of prominent banker: Police
Posted on 30 July 2013 – 01:51pm Last updated on 30 July 2013 – 03:40pm
KUALA LUMPUR (July 30, 2013): City police have identified the gunman who shot dead prominent banker and Arab Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi (pix) via a CCTV recording retrieved from a business outlet near the crime scene. Kuala Lumpur police chief DCP Datuk Mohmad Salleh said the gunman, who is a hired killer, is being tracked down and police have recorded statements from seven people who witnessed the crime.
Tuesday July 30, 2013 MYT 12:34:49 PM
Man shot dead outside restaurant
IPOH: She woke up when she thought she heard firecrackers. However, she saw a bloodied man lying on the street. It wasn’t firecrackers that woke Chin Tiam Yin up. It was the sound of gunshots fired in front of a restaurant across her house that killed a 25-year-old patron. “Of late, there have been numerous arguments and fights in the area but this is the first fatal one that I saw,” said the 66-year-old. In the 10.15pm incident on Sunday, a car stopped in front of the restaurant and a gunman fired at least four shots, killing Jasrafveendeerjeet Singh from Tambun. Two of his four friends who were having drinks with him at the restaurant were also hurt.
29 July 2013| last updated at 09:36PM
Man shot dead, 2 friends injured at restaurant
IPOH — A man was shot dead and his two friends seriously injured when two gunmen opened fire from inside a car in front of a restaurant in Kampung Simee here last night.
Jasrafveenderjeet Singh, 25, who sustained a gunshot wound in the neck, died while undergoing treatment at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here. His friends, Koo Loo Kong, 55, and Sarbjit Singh Harder Singh, 28, who were believed to have been hit by stray bullets in the 10.15pm incident, have been warded at the hospital. Their condition has been described as serious but stable. Ipoh police chief ACP Sum Chang Keong said Jasrafveenderjeet, who was drinking with the duo at the restaurant, had earlier approached two men who were seated in a car. Suddenly, several shots rang out from inside the vehicle, hitting Jasrafveenderjeet, Koo and Sarbjit, he said. “The shots were believed to have been fired at close range, with several stray bullets hitting the deceased’s friends,” he said when contacted here today. — BERNAMA
29 July 2013| last updated at 10:26PM
Man with past criminal records shot in the leg
NIBONG TEBAL: A man in his 30s cheated death after he survived a gruesome attack by two unknown assailants armed with a gun near here tonight.
Hussain Najadi murdered over land deal gone sour – police
The murder of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi is believed to have been due to property deals which had gone sour, police revealed. Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Mohmad Salleh said initial investigations showed the motive was linked to the buying and selling of property involving the 75-year-old Hussain. Mohmad said police were interviewing seven people who witnessed the incident and had also taken images from several closed-circuit television videos (CCTVs) in “We want to record statements from the witnesses and compare their version of events to get a clear picture of what transpired,” he told reporters at the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters. Mohmad said the parties responsible for hiring the assassins had yet to be ascertained although police had leads indicating real estate deals which had turned sour was the motive. He added that the client whom Hussain had met along Jalan Ceylon on Monday prior to the incident would also be called to have his statement recorded. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/hussain-najadi-murdered-over-land-deal-gone-sour — Malaysiakini
Arab-Malaysian Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi was gunned down in Kuala Lumpur today, police said. The attack took place in a car park near the Kuan Yin Temple on Lorong Ceylon at 2pm. Hussain was with his wife at the time. Kuala Lumpur deputy CID chief Khairi Ahrasa told Bernama the couple was attacked from behind by two assailants. Hussain (right), 75, was shot twice on the torso while his wife, 49, was shot on the arm and leg. Hussain succumbed to his injuries while his seriously injured wife has been warded. Khairi said preliminary investigations suggested that three men aged between 35 and 40 years were waiting for Hussain outside the temple. Hussain was said to have met a friend at the temple to discuss business matters. “The suspects escaped in a taxi. The motive is yet to be established but it is believed to be related to business,” Khairi said. Arab-Malaysian Bank founder gunned down in KL —