Tuesday, March 5, 2013



Mat Zain: Issues in Lahad Datu were like Sauk case
A former top police officer said the people should demand that foreign armed groups are besieged authorities in Lahad Datu, Sabah dealt with as hard as the action against the group al-Maunah the incident in 2000 in Sauk, Perak. Former Director of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Kuala Lumpur Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim reasoned, the situation in the village Tandou, Lahad Datu is not much different from the events in the Jenalik Hill. "Sauk If the case can be classified as a 'launch or attempt to wage war against the Sultan Aong or the In Speaker of the State ', which is an offense on the land, then the people can demand that the law is applied to Sulu invaders. "If our own people involved in the incident may Sauk disarmed or killed by the security forces and kemudiannnya charged in court and some of whom were hanged, then people have the right to express their anger if the prime minister (Datuk Seri Najib Razak) who became defense minister during the incidents, Sauk, addressing these invaders with light action, "he said. said the Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail , acting as the chief prosecutor in the trial of cases involving al-Maunah, should advise the Sultan King and prime minister in respect of provision of the law in the tackle in Lahad Datu. Tambahnnya, Abdul Gani "certainly can remember the ingredients to prove the case that place in his hometown. " He also warned that those who try to exploit the incident Lahad Datu to improve political profile Najib will not succeed to do so. "Should action be taken against armed intruders in the village Tanduo, Lahad Datuk less weight than the action on the our own people in Sauk incident, then action would be considered shameful, treacherous, and cowardly by the prime minister, "he said in a written today. / 

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