This is some of my personal thoughts that could put me in a very dangerous position in Malaysia. Please have some moment to reflect on the oppressed expression of a tiny individual who seems helpless in acting in other ways to improve things.

Monday, July 04, 2005

Transvestite flees in vain? What was his/her crime?

Why did theTransvestite flees in the first place? What was his/her crime actually?

At least somebody should come to his/her aid, not to leave the person crying in pain, without proper attendance. Pathetic on-lookers.

Whatever the problem with the person, the least that each and every other person is to ensure that someone in pain be treated accordingly, and not left un-attended. Wht is the injury is life-treatening? Sheeeeeeeeehhhhh!

Crime aside, humanities and compasion should prevailed!

Poor the transvestite, and all Malaysians in need of help!

The Star Online > Nation

Monday July 4, 2005

Transvestite flees in vain

IPOH: A transvestite wept for half an hour after he injured his right ankle in a frantic bid to flee from the police but his cries fell on deaf ears.

Passers-by just gawked at the 34-year-old man who had long, silky hair and was wearing a dazzling pink outfit.

An ambulance called by the police eventually came to his aid.

The transvestite cried while waiting for help after he hurt himself when he jumped from the first floor of a hotel yesterday during a spot check, which was part of an operation codenamed Ops Anaconda.

INJURED: The transvestite crying in pain after jumping from the first floor of a hotel in Ipoh yesterday following a police raid.
He was in such a hurry to escape that his bag was stuck on the window ledge of the hotel in Jalan C.M. Yussuf here.

According to Perak CID chief Senior Asst Comm (II) Wan Mohamad Wan Abdullah, a woman in her 20s also injured herself when she jumped from the window of another hotel.

He said Ops Anaconda was conducted by the state Anti-Vice, Gaming and Secret Societies Division at several hotels here.

During the two-hour operation, a team of 36 personnel led by Asst Supt D. Subramaniam, Chief Insp Loo Thin Tien and Chief Insp Wong Poi Lin detained 33 Indonesian women in their 20s.

“We also picked up four men whom we suspected to be their guardians,” he added.

“The team also detained six suspected customers from Bangladesh and Nepal.

“Eight others from Bangladesh, Nepal and Indonesia were found to be without valid documents.”

SAC Wan Mohamad said the eight illegals would be charged under the Immigration Act.

“The checks were conducted following tip-offs from the public.”

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Blogger Jay said...

Just as bad is the newspaper intent on turning this story into a freakshow. According to the article, a woman in her 20s was also injured.

Was she turned into a sensationalist headline? No.

Did they show her crying? No.

-shakes head-

Saturday, July 09, 2005 5:08:00 AM

Blogger Nizam said...

Hello, This is Malaysia lah sayang. Where have you been this while? Of course this sort of thing happen and will continue to happen in this country...

Saturday, July 09, 2005 8:55:00 AM

Blogger Atok said...

nice photo and sensational story sell newspaper. sadly, humanity doesn't quite. money talks.

Tuesday, July 19, 2005 5:35:00 PM

Blogger mamat said...

Jay, nizam and atok.

Thanks for dropping by with your comments, Really appreciate them!

Let's all pray for justice for everyone!

Wednesday, July 27, 2005 5:27:00 PM


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