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Akhbar 19 Oktober 2011 melaporkan dua orang anggota polis berserta beberapa orang lain dikatakan telah menculik dan membelasah seorang peniaga Sheikh Abdul Hifzuldeen berhampiran sebuah masjid di Taman Taman Sri Skudai , Johor. Bukankah Johor sepatutnya negeri yang paling selamat di Malaysia?
Macamana rakyat tak ragu-ragu dengan kecekapan PDRM dan Menterinya dengan masalah pelajar asing dari Afrika pun tak boleh nak selesai sejak sekian lama diburukkan lagi dengan kes jenayah di kalangan anggota PDRM sendiri yang semakin menjadi-jadi.
Cerita pegawai SPRM jadi penyamun, pegawai Polis jadi pengedar dadah, anggota Tentera jadi perompak yang dilaporkan sebelum ini di http://amkns.blogspot.com/2011/09/sprm-penyamun-polis-pengedar-dadah.html
Wednesday October 19, 2011
Two cops among 25 men who beat me, says trader
JOHOR BARU: A trader has alleged that he was abducted and beaten up by a group of more than 25 men, including two police personnel.
Sheikh Abdul Hifzuldeen, 21, said he was riding pillion with his friend on his way back home at Taman Universiti here at 12.30am on Sept 30 when a car stopped in front of them.
He said five men got out and started hitting them.
Hifzuldeen claimed he knew the five men, two of whom he alleged were police personnel.
“They kept hitting us and my friend was knocked out due to the blows he received to his face,” he said.
“The men then pushed me into the car and drove to a field near a mosque at Taman Sri Skudai where about 20 other men were waiting,” he told a press conference organised by Skudai assemblyman Dr Boo Cheng Hau.
Hifzuldeen said that while in the car, two men kept hitting his head with a sharp bangle and demanded to know if he had beaten up anyone before.
He denied doing so, but the men kept on hitting him every time he answered.
“They kicked, punched, and hit me for about 30 minutes and kept on asking if I had beaten anyone before,” he said, adding that he was then locked in a room at a shophouse near the field.
Hifzuldeen said a couple living at the shophouse lent him their mobile phone so he could call his family for help.
Dr Boo said he had submitted a letter to Suhakam.
Johor Baru (North) OCPD Asst Comm Ruslan Hassan, who confirmed the police report, said police were investigating the matter including the victim’s claim that two police personnel were involved.
He urged those with information to contact the police hotline at 07-2212999 or lodge a report at the nearest police station.