30 April 2018
Sanjeevan cleared of intimidation, extortion charges
Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch) chairperson R Sri Sanjeevan was freed by the Magistrate’s Court here today, on a charge of criminal intimidation and extortion allegedly committed about two years ago.
Magistrate Mohd Zaki Abdul Rahman made the decision after finding the prosecution had failed to establish a prima facie case against the 34-year-old.
“After hearing the testimony of 12 prosecution witnesses, the court finds the prosecution has failed to establish a prima facie case against the accused,” he said.
Sanjeevan was charged with intentionally committing extortion by intimidating Goh Toh Hon, 40.
According to the facts of the case, the MyWatch chair was accused of extorting RM25,000 from Goh, failing which he threatened to expose the latter’s illegal gambling activity.
It seems that for both Sanjeevan and the IGP
Attack is the best form of defence
24 November 2017
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2 Nov 2016
“I think this is one of their ways to bully whistleblowers like me.”
KAJANG: A Bukit Aman police team today raided the house of anti-crime NGO chief R Sri Sanjeevan and seized all vehicles registered under his name.
Present this afternoon were two police officers and 10 members of the Special Tactical Squad 3 that are in charge of the investigation on Sanjeevan under Section 45 of the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA).
“All properties that are obtained through suspicious sources can be seized under this Act.
“We can keep them for nine months, but if found to have no connection to the ongoing case against him, we will release the properties.
“We have also frozen his bank account. So any properties that are suspected to be linked to money laundering, we will investigate further,” ASP Faizal Maamor told FMT.
In the raid, a red BMW EX6, three Demak EX90 and a Yamaha Ego motorcycle were taken away and placed at the police storage area in Cheras.
The operation, which took place at 3.10pm and ended around 4.30pm, went smoothly without any altercation between the police and Sanjeevan.
The Chairman of the Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch), when met later, expressed dissatisfaction over the whole situation.
“The moment they arrived, the police crashed and smashed my carpark’s awning. This will cost thousands of ringgit to fix.
“They didn’t even apologise for it,” he said in disappointment.
Sanjeevan also said that he would not hesitate to take the matter to court if the police sill refuse to apologise.
He added that with all his properties seized, he was left with nothing, not even a vehicle to move around.
28 August 2016
Illegal gambling outlets spotted at Jalan Perdana, what happened to
@Zahid_Hamidi‘s 24/7 transfer order fr KPDs?
25 August 2016