For God's sake.......the entire police station in Gemas ?? Heads must literally "roll" now Mr. IGP, and I hold you to blame entirely if nothing is done, you Mr. IGP you, who would not hesitate to deprive innocent and harmless law-abiding and tax-paying citizens to gather peacefully in our own country in protest of the deplorable state of affairs affecting the nation, while your men practically rape and plunder the "rakyat" blind ! May I suggest you stay out of politics, sir ? Restore my faith in your noble force, sir !
Sheeesh.....I wonder too how these same government "servants-in-blue" swear their allegiance to serve His Majesty, up-hold the laws and protect the citizens, during their oath-of-office in their passing-out parade......is this not "high treason" towards my King and country ??
For the benefit of all law-abiding citizens, who need to vent their frustration and comment their displeasure on-line, I reproduce the Star's article in verbatim below;
Sleep well Mr. IGP....while Nurin's killers is/are still walking free, Nini and Asmawi are still missing, while the mat rempits are still having "easy-pickings" on helpless victims and a host of other heinous crimes are on the up and up...............goodnight !Friday July 11, 2008
By SARBAN SINGH
GEMAS: A policeman has lodged a report against all his colleagues including his superiors allegedly over dissatisfaction on how the monthly bribes from those operating illegal activities was being distributed.
In retaliation, one of his superiors, a sergeant, lodged another police report against the policeman, a lance corporal, for allegedly selling station property to scrap dealers.
A source said the lance corporal, in his 40s, was dissatisfied with his superiors for allegedly taking the lion’s share of the bribes while the rank and file received very little.
“In fact, the complainant claimed that he did not get a sen,” the source said.
The report was lodged earlier this week.
The sergeant, in an apparent tit-for-tat, lodged another report against the lance corporal alleging that he had sold some old wooden and iron furniture from the police station to a dealer.
“His colleagues even know where the dealer is operating from,” the source said.
State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh confirmed that a report has been lodged.
“We are investigating the claims made by the lance corporal. We do not want to make conclusions straightaway as the allegations are serious,” he said.
He said all the policemen were still on duty and have not been asked to go on leave.
He said action would be taken against his men if the claims were true.
It is understood that the Anti-Corruption Agency has also started a probe.