'Ms Li, we're sorry for your ordeal'
'Najib, why waste your time going to China trying to woo the Chinese to come here who then end up being tortured by your henchmen?'
Vijitor Managey: Dear Li Jun Jie, I am so sorry for your ordeal. I hope you don't give up your pursuit for justice. China is a big powerful nation and I hope you get the Chinese government to investigate the injustice that was brought upon you by the Malaysian police and put the perpetrators behind bars.
Sentinel: It is the same lock-up which killed A Kugan, isn't it? Anyway, if on Day 3 the college has proven her identity as a student, why hold her for another five days? This ACP Zainal Rashid should be sacked from the force without pension. No wonder, the cops are so afraid of the IPCMC!
Nicholas Lim: If people wanted to know, when she first went to the Chinese Embassy to lodge a complaint against the Malaysian police, the embassy official shooed her away.
So don't think for a minute that the Chinese government cares what happens to its citizens, anymore than you can expect Umno to care what happen to Malaysian citizens who run afoul of the powers-that-be.
I'm more interested in the girl. She is hot! But yes, Ketuanan Melayu and Polis Beraja Di Malaysia is slowly being exposed to the international community, especially to India and the People's Republic of China.
I have recently heard many mainlanders talking about Malay supremacy, it is no secret now among the mainland Chinese in Malaysia, and this will surely filter back to their home country.
Maggie Lim: If our Malaysian police continues to treat foreigners like this, soon we will lose all our tourists and students, and the money they bring into our country.
Louis: We never learn. The judiciary had blundered with so many illogical judgments. MACC is seen as acting as a BN tool to the extent that billion-ringgit scandals are considered less important thanan allegation of fraud by the opposition involving RM2,400.
And the police are more interested in chasing after RPK (Raja Petra Kamarudin), while huge jet engines disappear into thin air without a trace.
Geronimo: These pea-brained police are indeed callous in their acts. They are not bothered if they have created an international incident with China. It's the second time in two weeks. The first one involved a top insurance agent from China.
Najib Razak, why waste your time going to China trying to woo the Chinese to come here who then end up being tortured by your henchmen?
Loyal Malaysian: It takes a case like this for us to have a glimpse into the inhumane treatment of lock-up detainees. Yes, we cannot expect the police to be hospitality workers to the detainess but the issues raised as to the modesty of women detainees and non-issuance of sanitary towels make me cringe.
Also the denial of detainees' rights to contact a person who can verify her identity and then continue to detain her for another five days after been informed she has a valid student is official gangsterism. Yes, indeed Malaysia is another Zimbabwe as far the police force is concerned.
Lee Heng Soon: It is a fact that the police personnel are recruited from a pool of SPM rejects who cannot obtain entry into local universities. The trouble is they think that they are good but they don't know their limits.
There are good cops and there are bad cops. The problem is we have more bad cops than good cops.
Theowl: She is now scared of going out of her residence, not just because there are many thugs and criminals around, but also many police officers.
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