Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Victory to A. Kugan's family

Remember A. Kugan? The suspected car thieve who was in police custody and he died six days after being detained? It caused a lot of commotion in the community. The family of the deceased marched into the mourtuary and took pictures of him before handing it out to experts. Doctors performed a second post-mortem on him and found out that the deceased had bruises on his body which includes many other ways of torturing the poor man before he died.

Now, the police is going to treat the case as murder. The question is: why? Why do you need other people's intervention before you treat the case as murder? Why wouldn't the police themselves go through a thorough investigation before making a statement? Am I saying correctly that there is a possibility that the police want to cover up their actions?

I don't think it is right for the police to do that. Each detainee should not be beaten as it is torture!!! Torture is not permitted as it is unconstitutional! What do they say about police powers? In Malaysia, I don't think the police will follow them. They think that they are above the law...

Anyway, now that the police is treating the case as murder, there will be more to come. It could be the interrogators will be liable for his death. Wait and see.


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