Friday, 13 March 2009

Teresa, sue them until their pants drop....

"Su ka lau kor" in Hokkien it means sue them till their pants drop...

The mosque authorities from Bandar Kinrara admitted that Teresa Kok had nothing to do in the case of the azan call, it showed how "misinterpreted" the police and the newspapers were at the time of the investigations. So, this can only mean that Khir Toyo and Utusan Melayu were lying.

How come such accusations on Teresa Kok were not properly checked or confirmed at the shortest time? She was detained for a week long, just to find out that she was cleared of all charges. But wait, there were no charges required in ISA to detain you. Chia lat!

So, she was released "unconditionally", because :-

“the police were satisfied that she was not a threat to public order and security" and that "police investigations showed that there was no reason to detain her further".

Wah, like that also can ah.........

So, in this case, who is next to be investigated or dragged into ISA for a week of questioning? Of course, Khir Toyo and Utusan Melayu. They have created a wrong picture of Teresa Kok to the muslim community. And Teresa being a Chinese made things even complicated. 

So tell me, who is promoting racial tension here? 

It is time for Khir Toyo and Utusan Melayu to "visit" ISA, a week or two would be educational.

Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, March 13 — Senior Selangor executive councillor Teresa Kok filed a suit at the High Court registry today against Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar for unlawful arrest and false imprisonment over her week-long Internal Security Act detention on Sept 12 last year.

Naming Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, the arresting officer DSP E. Kim Tien and the government of Malaysia as co-respondents, it is the fourth such suit filed by the Seputeh MP in relation to the arrest.

In December, she had filed two separate defamation suits for RM30 million against Utusan Melayu, with former Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo and columnist Datuk Chamil Wariya being co-respondents in one suit each.

The first was in relation to claims by Dr Khir that she had backed a petition to force a mosque in Bukit Kinrara to stop making the azan call, which is understood to have led to her arrest under the ISA, which allows for detention without trial, and the second on a short story written by Chamil, the Malaysian Press Institute chief executive officer, titled Politik Baru YB Josephine, which Kok claims refers to her as anti-Malay and anti-Islam.

In October, she had also filed a RM30 million suit against Utusan Melayu and its columnist Zaini Hassan over an article that made the same azan claim as Dr Khir.

In today's suit, she claims that she was arrested under the ISA by Kim Tien on the grounds that she had involved herself in activities which could spark racial and religious tension.

According to her filing papers, after her release Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Ismail Omar said she was released unconditionally because “the police were satisfied that she was not a threat to public order and security" and Musa had also said that "police investigations showed that there was no reason to detain her further".

Her lawyer, Sankara Nair, filed the civil suit on her behalf at 8.35am.

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