7 Feb 2017
Police warn Jamal Yunos against setting up illegal gambling outlet
KUALA LUMPUR: Police today warned Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos against setting up an unlicensed gambling outlet, saying that action will be taken against him if he proceeded with the plan.
Ampang police chief Assistant Commissioner Hamzah Alias said it is clearly an offence for someone to operate an illegal gambling den.
“We will take action against any unlicensed premises. He (Jamal) is making assumptions that enforcement authorities are not doing their job.
“We have repeatedly inform the public to relay information to us if there is something suspicious activities in their area that needed to be checked,” he told the New Straits Times.
6 Feb 2017
Jamal Yunos quits as Umno division chief
PETALING JAYA: Colourful politician Jamal Yunos has quit as Sungai Besar Umno division chief.
He has also stepped down as the leader of a coalition of Selangor Malay NGOs.
Jamal however remains as the leader of the Red Shirts movement which gained infamy when they organised counter rallies against Bersih 2.0.
His decision today follows his release from the Ampang Jaya police station this evening. He and nine others were arrested a few days ago for alleged gang robbery.
3 Feb 2017
Jamal remanded, shouts ‘gambling bosses invincible’
Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos, who was arrested for alleged gang robbery, has been remanded for five days.
He was arrested yesterday in relation to raids he conducted on what he claimed to be gambling dens in Taman Kosas, Ampang on Dec 29 last year.
The five-day remand, delivered by Magistrate Mohd Firdaus Saidina Ali, will end next Tuesday, on Feb 7.
As he was led out of the Ampang Magistrate’s Court, the red-shirts leader shouted: “Tauke judi kebal (Gambling bosses are invincible).”
A small group of his supporters were also present and waited outside the courtroom during the remand proceedings.
Jamal’s lawyer Zamri Idrus said the remand was allowed as the police needed more time to complete their investigation papers.
2 Feb 2017
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AMPANG: Police have surrounded the house of Red Shirts’ leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos earlier today.
It is learned also that he was arrested at his residence here and taken to the Ampang Jaya district police headquarters.
Police have yet to reveal the reason behind his arrest.
On police presence outside Jamal’s house in Ampang Thursday and his subsequent arrest, SAC Fadzil said the Sungai Besar Umno chief is also required to assist in the investigation.
staronline: Police detain 12 Jamal supporters for theft probe
PETALING JAYA: Police arrested 12 friends of Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos on Wednesday night for investigations into a theft.
The theft is said to have occurred when Jamal and his Red Shirts members stormed vice dens in Ampang Jaya in December.
“To make it clear, Jamal did not raid the illegal gambling dens. The premises were entertainment outlets,” Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat (pic) said Thursday.
“We received a report that a theft occurred during one of those raids. Those arrested are required to assist in the investigation,” he said.
Jamal Yunos reportedly being investigated for alleged trespass and theft at entertainment outlets in Selangor which he had “raided”.|
Thursday, 2 February 2017 | MYT 2:22 PM
Police surround Jamal Yunos’ home
Jamal had earlier scheduled a press conference for 3pm outside the Ampang police station.
The press invite by Jamal stated that 12 of his friends had been detained following his public complaints about illegal gambling operations in Ampang Jaya.
“I had already made a 3pm appointment with the police, and was ready to go to the police station, so I don’t understand why they are at my home,” Jamal told The Star Online.