Wednesday, October 31, 2007

THIS HAS SCARED THE SHIT OUT OF DEEP THROAT, LITTLEBIRD AND HANTU and.....


BEATINGS WITH A VARIETY OF OBJECTS

Torture, as defined in the UN Convention, is an act by which severe mental or physical pain or suffering is intentionally inflicted against an individual, at the instigation of or with the consent or acquiescence of a public official, the purpose of which is to obtain information, or a confession, or punishment for an act the individual has committed or is suspected of having committed, or intimidation, coercion, or discrimination of any kind. Human Rights Watch’s research revealed a clear pattern of torture of suspects in police custody. Nearly all of the cases of abuse documented met the elements described above and thus rose to the level of torture.

Following are pictorial representations of the more common interrogation techniques favored by authorities.

REGULAR SLEEP DEPRIVATION

Disturbing Events Unfold Just After PM Called For Protection of Informants

CCID chief, DatukRamli Yusof at a Press Conference revealed, according to the Sun, disturbing events. He said, to some 40 reporters from the MSM, "I have until today remained silent about the developments in the police force, in particular the arrest and prosecution of officers of the Commercial Crime Investigation Department who are alleged to have falsified statements of confidential informanants in connection with the banishment of one Goh Cheng Poh @ Tengku.


CONFINEMENT IN COMPLETE DARKNESS UP TO 2 DAYS


Screenshot's Jeff Ooi asked: What had all these made-by-police exposé meant to you?

At the explosive press conference yesterday, Ramli had implied the existence of factions in the police force.

However, his claim was denied the same day by Musa, who would only concede a “difference of opinion”.

Interestingly, Musa had recently claimed that he was being framed by his own men after he was cleared of yet another ACA investigation that implicated him, the Inspector-of-Police, in an alleged RM2 million bribery in releasing three gangsters.




CONSTANT BOMBARDMENT OF LOUD SOUND, MUSIC OR SCREAMING

Did the ACA protect police informants?

Ramli said there exists a clear and present danger as to the intelligence gathering ability of the police force and its ability to protect its informants.

He added that, when several officers of the CCID investigating into the underworld kingpin and banishing him to Kelantan were arrested and charged in court for allegedly falsifying evidence, the names of the confidential informants have been disclosed in the charge sheets.

He said he was gravely concerned by the manner in which the identities of police informants are dealt with in investigations carried out by the ACA. "The identities of the informants were obtained through the circumvention of the Inspector General's Standing Orders," he said.

On this matter, Ramli paraphrased Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi’s call for authorities to protect whistleblowers.

“So I think we, as the police force must protect our informants. That is my stand,” he said.



COMPLETE DEPRIVATION OF MOVEMENT FOR LONG HOURS

EXECUTIVE manoeuvring in the AG's Chambers?

Ramli claimed it was unprecedented for an officer of the Attorney-General’s Chambers, attached as the legal adviser of the Ministry of Internal Security, to decline to advise and direct his officers in CCID in the underworld kingpin's case.

He said his officers had to prepare affidavits of the events surrounding the preparation of the investigative papers on the kingpin for the benefit of the deputy minister of internal security -- Johari Baharum.

"Those affidavits were to be filed in the High Court arising from the application by (the kingpin) to have his banishment order set aside," he revealed yesterday.

"Given the constraints of time, we, the officers of the CCID, sought legal advice from a private law practice who advised and assisted in the preparation of the draft affidavits concerned," he added.

"I was under advice at the time that the Attorney-General (Abdul Gani Patail) was under a duty to advise and assist us in the preparation of the said affidavits under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution and the Government Proceedings Act, 1956," he said.


DOUSING OF ICE WATER THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT

"Come forward lah, Apak nak takut? Takkan kita nak bantai orang kita" avowed Loudy Nazri in an NST interview.

Subsequently, Datuk Ramli and his officers were directed to deliver the confidential case files containing the names of the confidential informants to the Attorney-General's Chambers.

"I have since been aware that officers of the ACA have tracked down these informants and taken statements from them," he said.

"Subsequently, these informants have made further statements in connection with their seeking of protection from the deputy minister of internal security."




FOOD,WATER DEPRIVATION

Can anyone direct the ACA to divulge the identity of informants? (Section 32 (1) (A) of the Anti Corruption Act 1964). Of course nobody can.
BUT SOMEBODY OR SOME BODY DID!
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Whistle-blowing BLOWN to bits observed Citizen Nades
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"Within the week, several of my officers were arrested and charged in court for allegedly falsifying evidence concerning the banishment of Goh. In the charge sheets, the names of the confidential informants have been disclosed." reported Datuk Ramli.


DEPRIVATION OF PERSONAL HYGIENE

ANTIQUE CORRUPTION ABBATOIR?

ACA quizzes Ramli’s sisters
Llew-Ann Phang, Terence Fernandez, Charles Ramendran and Maria J. Dass
PETALING JAYA (Oct 31, 2007): The Anti-Corruption Agency today questioned two sisters of Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Datuk Ramli Yusuff and seized documents from his accountant’s office in Brickfields.

The actions came a day after Ramli publicly declared that he is the RM27 million cop mentioned in press reports, but denied the accuracy of the figure.

In a faxed statement today, Ramli said the ACA had previously recorded statements from his sisters – Rohmah @ Hasmah, 58, and Roslina, 42.

"I believe that if they are interviewed again, it would be in connection with investigations against me," he said, adding that three ACA officers approached Rohmah at her Kampung Bunut Susu home in Pasir Mas, Kelantan, at 9.15am.

"Hasmah is unmarried and looks after my aged father of 83 years," Ramli said, adding that his father is a retired policeman and suffers from various ailments.

He said the ACA officers asked Rohmah to follow them so they could take her a statement. "She offered to make her statement at home, given my father’s health, but she was told that she would be arrested if she did not comply," Ramli, 55, said.

Rohmah was taken to the state ACA headquarters in Kota Baru and questioned for five-and-a-half hours.

Ramli said Roslina, who lives in Kota Damansara and was on leave today, was informed by her office that "a number of ACA officers were looking for her". "She contacted her lawyers who advised her to cooperate with the ACA."

It is learnt Roslina was at the ACA headquarters in Putrajaya for about four hours from 1.30pm.

Ramli described the actions as "highly questionable" because Attorney-General (AG) Tan Sri Gani Patail had said on Tuesday that he was satisfied with the investigations (on Ramli) which were completed and referred to him directly".

Ramli referred to a news report which quoted Abdul Gani as saying the agency had completed its probe and described the ACA officers as "very good" and had "done their work well".




FORCED INJESTION

Datuk Ramli made a scathing attack on the ACA, charging that their actions have resulted in danger to the intelligence gathering ability of the police force and its ability to protect its informants.

Saying that police informants, who provided valuable information on the activities of Ah Long and gambling syndicates have been compromised by these actions, Ramli alleged that his officers had been mistreated by the agency and are "yet to be protected by their own force".

"Two days ago, the PM has indicated that we have to protect the whistleblowers or the police informers. We the police force must protect our informers. That’s my stand," he added.


HITTING ON BOTH EARS WITH MOUTH CLOSED


So what happened to the three informants, RPK's DeepThroat, Screenshots' LittleBird and Zorro's Hantu? With the current climate definitely not conducive to their stature as
informants, they have taken recorded leave to do some soul-searching as to whether they should consider a change in vocation. Thus this vacation to Crooked Island, in the Bahamas, despite Tropical Storm Noel, threatening into a full blown Hurricane. They claim they can handle either, but not what is happening within the ACA, the AG Department and the Ministry of Internal Security....our TAINTED BLESSED TRINITY.

4 comments:

A Voice said...

U left out your Mexican gas chamber :-)

Anonymous said...

the AG, ACA and Police in unison against the CCID; and that all for an alleged underground kingpin with a chequered history.
On reflection, RPK's stories are no longer imaginations..its scarily true. the web of deceit and corruption and the triads infiltration of the august institutions of crime busters. Al Capone must be proud of these infiltrators.
And what is the Government doing abotu this? Only a terse response and advice to the victim which in this case is the CCID chief .."going to the press is bad. he should find justice in court"
Crisis? What crisis? OMG

Ben said...

"It is not because of your righteousness or your integrity that you are going in to take possession of their land; but on account of the wickedness of these nations, the LORD your God will drive them out before you, to accomplish what he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob." Deutronomy 9:5

ewoon said...

Anything short of being lined against the wall is magnanimity.

Even the long-term methane gas chamber.