|Contributed by Latheefa Koya|
|Wednesday, 14 March 2007, 07:54am|
| “Two months, two whips!” Another foreigner walks into Malaysia’s overcrowded prison with bloody marks on his back. Thanks to the efficiency of the Semenyih Special Immigration Court, even the prison system could not cope with the speed in which cases are solved mostly with the whip.|
Yes, it is RM80 reward for each migrant worker nabbed by Rela members. And it no longer falls under the definition of pocket money when you have more than two million migrants walking about freely on the streets, at least now, until the equally efficient police chief fulfils his dream of zero-migrant workers on the streets. Never mind whether he or she is documented or not– that’s not their job. The special courts such as at Semenyih have been set up to exactly decide on this.
This is shocking...
Written by Charles Hector on 14 March, 2007 at 13:58 PM
This is shocking, and this matter should have been brought out immediately when the incident occurred, especially when it was witnessed by an advocate and solicitor of the High Court. There should have been a complaint lodged against the said P.O., and possibly even a police report. To witness a wrong and not do anything about it can only propagate similar wrongful conduct by others in the future.