Pagi tadi tular satu kejadian buli yang membabitkan pelajar tingkatan 1 di SMK Bandar Sri Damansara 2. Pelajar tersebut didakwa telah dibantai secara beramai-ramai oleh sekumpulan pelajar tingkatan 3 di sekolah yang sama dalam satu kejadian yang dilaporkan berlaku semalam.
Dalam kejadian itu, pelajar tingkatan 1 itu cedera dibantai sehingga berdarah dan berlubang kepalanya. Dia kemudiannya dibawa ke hospital Sungai Buloh untuk menerima rawatan susulan. Bapa mangsa juga telah membuat laporan polis atas insiden itu. Kesemua pelajar yang terlibat dalam insiden buli itu ialah pelajar-pelajar perempuan. Susulan dari kejadian yang menimpa pelajar tingkatan 1 itu, bapa mangsa kemudiannya berkongsikan kejadian dan gambar-gambar anaknya yang cedera di laman sosial.
Banyaknya darah sampai basah baju..
Bukan sekadar dipukul malahan dipijak perutnya juga sehingga mangsa pengsan dakwa rakannya!
Posting bapanya itu viral namun perkara itu tidak berhenti disitu. Netizens turut berkongsikan wajah si pembuli di laman sosial ini berikutan ibu bapa kepada individu yang didakwa membuli tidak mempercayai anak mereka adalah pelaku dalam kejadian tersebut.
Bukti, mana bukti soal ibu pelajar yang didakwa membuli. Kalau takde jangan buat andaian hokayy.
Maaf kami terpaksa kaburkan wajah pembuli tersebut kerana masih bawah umur dan please la, jangan tenung lama-lama..
Pelajar Yang Didakwa Membuli
Selain dari berkongsikan gambar, ibu dan pelajar yang didakwa membuli itu turut menerima kecaman yang teruk di laman sosial apabila wajah-wajah mereka, akaun facebook dan perniagaan yang dijalankan oleh ibu pembuli menerima ancaman boikot.
Malahan terdapat beberapa tangkap layar yang tersebar, merujuk kepada satu perbualan di WhatsApp mengenai insiden pada malam itu.
OhMaiTuhan, takan cikgu pun bersubahat sama?
Penyebaran perbualan itu memburukkan keadaan apabila netizens mulai mempersoalkan kredibliti pihak sekolah dan cikgu yang didakwa dengan sengaja menyorokkan kejadian tersebut. Bayangkan, jika cikgu turut bersubahat atas insiden buli ini, maka kepada siapa lagi pelajar-pelajar ini boleh percaya dan harapkan pertolongan?
Dalam kes ini, tanpa mengira samada yang dibuli itu melakukan kesalahan ataupun tidak terhadap kumpulan buli itu, tetapi tindakan memukulnya sehingga mendatangkan kecederaan adalah perbuatan jenayah tau! Walaubagaimanapun, tanpa prejudis penulis memilih menunggu laporan penuh dari pihak polis untuk membentangkan hasil siasatan mereka. Sementara itu kita layankan aje pertengkaran mereka di laman sosial. - Sozcyili
TUJUH remaja berbasikal dilaporkan telah ditahan berdekatan Dataran Bandaraya Johor Baharu, pada hari Sabtu di mana satu himpunan protes dirancang akan diadakan berhubung pemandu kereta wanita yang telah melanggar mati 8 remaja berbasikal tempoh hari.
Protes itu dilaporkan untuk menggesa pihak Polis mengambil tindakan terhadap pemandu wanita tersebut bagaimanapun ia nampaknya tidak berlaku.
Tujuh remaja terbabit yang kesemuanya lelaki dilihat mengayuh basikal berdekatan Dataran Bandaraya, tiada penunggang basikal lain yang kelihatan di situ.
Mereka ditahan oleh pihak polis trafik berhampiran sebuah restoran makanan segera di Jalan Kolam Ayer sekitar jam 10 pagi.
Pihak polis turut merampas 7 buah basikal yang sudah diubahsuai. Ketua Polis Daerah Johor Bahru Selatan, Sulaiman Salleh berkata kesemua remaja terbabit ditahan untuk siasatan.
Katanya lagi, maklumat lanjut akan dimaklumkan kemudian. Difahamkan ibu bapa penjaga remaja terbabit juga akan dipanggil untuk berbincang dengan pihak polis.
Pada 22 Februari lalu, pihak polis telah menahan seorang remaja lelaki berusia 18 tahun yang dipercayai telah mengeluarkan satu jemputan kepada orang ramai untuk berkumpul di Dataran Bandaraya pada jam 8 pagi untuk menyertai satu protes terhadap pemandu kereta wanita terbabit.
Lapan remaja telah terbunuh selepas sebuah kereta merempuh sekumpulan remaja berbasikal yang berkumpul berdekatan susur laluan keluar Jalan Lingkaran Dalam, Johor Bahru pada jam 3:30 pagi pada 18 Februari 2017.
Pihak polis telah membebaskan pemandu berkenaan.
Sebelum ini, Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed berkata, tidak ada bukti bahawa pemandu tersebut memandu laju, mabuk, ataupun sedang menggunakan telefon bimbit semasa kejadian pada jam 3:30 pagi hari sabtu itu.
Among other issues plaguing the nation, Catholics nationwide yesterday prayed to uphold a single system of law in the country, one that is in compliance with the federal constitution.
This refers to any attempts by PAS or the ruling government to implement hudud law in the country.
They were also told to reject corruption in whatever form and pray for more transparency and accountability in the country’s financial management.
Across the country last night Catholic churches in the six dioceses all over Malaysia gathered in their respective dioceses to make a stand on their faith in simultaneous prayers from 7.30pm to 10pm.
The congregation also vowed to fight racism, extremism, religious supremacy and promote diversity and pluralism.
Their collective call was led by bishops nationwide, who have been boldly making public statements over several controversial issues plaguing the country.
Bishop emeritus Paul Tan Chee Ing has voiced concerns over PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang’s plan to get amendments to the syariah law passed in Parliament so that an “enhanced” hudud law (with increased punishment) can be implemented in Kelantan.
Johor and Malacca Bishop Bernard Paul joined last year’s Bersih 5 gathering in Kuala Lumpur, which was organised to call for electoral reform and for Prime Minister Najib Razak to step down over the 1MDB financial scandal.
‘Religious freedom disregarded’
In Penang, Bishop Sebastian Francis shared a statement prepared by the Conference of Bishops, endorsed by the archbishops on how Catholics must respond to international or national issues that threaten their faith.
He said the Catholic archbishops and bishops are deeply concerned over the adverse consequences of the rise of secularism, individualism, religious fundamentalism and communalism and even materialism on the lives of the faithful.
He reminded the congregation that the country was premised on multireligious and multicultural ideals, adding that freedom of belief and religion must be fully respected and guaranteed.
“We are at the point of our nation’s history where the freedom to practise our faith we once enjoyed and the Church as an important player for nation building seems to have been disregarded,” said Francis during mass in the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit.
Francis said now, even simple acts like hanging a cross on a building are often deemed offensive.
The bishop did not elaborate, but in December 2015, the council of churches in Malaysia were unhappy that action was not taken on protestors who had demanded a cross on a building in Taman Medan be taken down.
This trend further raises tension and mistrust among communities, Francis added.
“Our acts of charity are viewed with suspicion.
“The lack of understanding and respect of each other’s religion has also contributed to the disrespectful exchange of words, especially through social media,” he added.
‘Stand up for our faith’
Francis also expressed concerns that children and young people of the Christian faith face challenges in schools and universities.
These challenges come in the form of inaccurate or false information, restriction on expression of faith and lack of respect, he pointed out.
“Some who are at times living away from their families are enticed to abandon the Christian faith even without the knowledge of their families, and often, this is irreversible,” Francis warned.
Francis noted that the Church at large also faces challenges, including limitations of places of worship and unacceptable controls on the importation of the Al-Kitab (Malay language Bible).
“All these can easily lead us to lose hope for a better future in Malaysia,” he said.
However, Christians are reminded to be a “people of hope”, but in order to do that, they cannot remain silent or passive, the bishop said. “We need to stand up for our faith, to defend our Christian identity and be true followers of Jesus Christ,” he added.
“Let us reach out to those who are marginalised; let us lift the oppressed; let us find justice for the prosecuted; let us be a voice for the voiceless and let us bring hope to those in despair,” he said.
The statements read in all the Catholic churches yesterday were jointly signed by the three Metropolitan archbishops Julian Leow Beng Kim (Kuala Lumpur), John Ha Tiong Hock (Kuching) and John Wong Soo Kau (Kota Kinabalu).
Francis, bishops Bernard Paul (Malacca-Johor), John Lee Hiong Fun-Yit Yaw (Keningau), Julius Dusin Gitom (Sibu) and Richard Ng (Miri) also signed the statement during a meeting of all the bishops in Kuala Lumpur on Feb 16.
KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia said today it would issue an arrest warrant for a North Korean diplomat wanted for questioning over the murder of Kim Jong-nam if he doesn’t voluntarily cooperate with the police.
“Reasonable” time will be given for the diplomat to come forward before police take further action, said Datuk Abdul Samah Mat, the police chief for Selangor state.
On Wednesday, Malaysia said 44-year-old Hyon Kwang Song, a second secretary at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, was wanted for questioning over the death of the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Samah said if the person concerned did not cooperate the police would issue a notice under Malaysian law, “compelling” them to appear before the investigation team.
“And if he failed to turn up upon given this notice, then we will go to the next step by getting a warrant of arrest from the court,” he told reporters.
Eight North Koreans are wanted in connection with the case, including the diplomat. One has been detained by the Malaysian police, four are believed to have fled to North Korea, while two others are still in Malaysia.
Kim Jong-nam was murdered on February 13 at the Kuala Lumpur international airport by VX nerve agent, classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction, Malaysian police said on Friday.
Two women ― one Indonesian and one Vietnamese ― have also been detained. Police had said on Friday that one of them had suffered from the effects of VX and had been vomiting.
Samah also confirmed that authorities raided an apartment in an upscale Kuala Lumpur suburb on Wednesday in connection with the killing.
Investigators were still looking for any traces of chemicals in the apartment, he added.
MEANWHILE, according to the Star:
KUALA LUMPUR: The North Korean Embassy here received an envelope which has the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stamp on it.
An unidentified man clad in casual clothes arrived at the embassy gates on Saturday and handed the envelope to an official from the embassy.
A stamp from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was seen on the envelope.
Earlier, embassy officials told journalists who were waiting outside the gate to make way as they were expecting a document.
They would not reveal the contents of the envelope.
The embassy has been a hive of activity since the murder of Kim Jong-nam, half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at KL International Airport 2 on Feb 13.
AMPANG JAYA: Police are waiting for a report from the Chemistry Department to determine if chemicals other than the VX nerve agent were used in the assassination of Kim Jong-nam.
Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Seri Abdul Samah Mat said the Chemistry Department has to analyse all the samples before investigators could determine if there were other types of chemical or poison used in the murder.
He also declined to confirm reports of various chemicals being seized from a condominium in Jalan Klang Lama by a Hazmat (hazardous materials) team on Thursday.
“I confirm that the search (on the condominium) was conducted in connection with the case. It is part of our investigation.
“At this stage, I cannot comment on whether or not any chemicals were found (in the search). Our investigating team is still working on it. We have to wait for our Forensics Unit to conduct an analysis.
“If we find something, we would definitely liase with the Chemistry Department for confirmation.
“As of now, I cannot reveal what we found,” he told reporters here Saturday.
Jong-nam, the elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was killed after two women splashed a chemical on his face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) on Feb 13.
The two women, a Malaysian man and a North Korean man have been arrested to assist in the investigations.
On Friday, police said the chemical used was the VX nerve agent, classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction.
Comm Abdul Samah said police are also probing whether the chemicals were produced locally or had been brought into the country from abroad.
“We are still looking into this. We haven’t come up with anything. We have never said that this poison, or chemical, was brought in from elsewhere.
“What has been clearly identified these few days is the type of poison or chemical used. But we did not say where it came from. Let the facts be clear,” he added.
Comm Abdul Samah said police are also working closely with the Chemistry Department and Malaysian Nuclear Agency to determine if there would be any radioactive effects on the health of people in areas where the chemicals were found.
He however stressed that the move was more of a precautionary measure since it concerns the well-being of the public.
“Some quarters are concerned that the chemicals could possibly be radioactive and affect the health of people in areas where this poison or liquid was used.
“We are looking into the matter to be really sure … this includes looking into all the places connected to this case.
”Once this is done, we will make an announcement. We want to make it clear to the public if there are indeed any radioactive effects which could affect their health,” he said.
The Star earlier reported that a Hazmat (hazardous materials) team from the KLCC fire station was brought to a condominium in Jalan Klang Lama, where police seized various chemicals, several pairs of gloves and shoes from one of the units in the investigation into Jong-nam’s assassination.
TOKYO — Talks between North Korean diplomats and former American officials, scheduled to be held in New York next week, have been canceled following allegations that the Pyongyang regime planned the attack that used a chemical weapon to kill leader Kim Jong Un’s half brother.
The plans for the “Track 1.5” talks were already hanging in the balance after North Korea launched a ballistic missile earlier this month and then found itself accused of assassinating Kim Jong Nam, the leader’s estranged half brother, in a busy Kuala Lumpur airport terminal on Feb. 13. But Malaysia’s announcement Friday that his death was caused by VX, a lethal nerve agent banned under the international Chemical Weapons Convention, proved the final straw.
The State Department decided not to issue the visas to the North Korean diplomats due to travel from Pyongyang to New York for the talks, according to three people with knowledge of the decision.
A State Department spokesperson declined to comment. “We do not discuss the details of individual visa cases,” she said.
The talks were being organized by Donald S. Zagoria of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, who served as a consultant on Asia during the Carter administration and has organized previous rounds of negotiations . The talks were set to include Robert Gallucci, the chief U.S. negotiator during the 1994 “Agreed Framework” denuclearization deal struck with North Korea.
On the North Korean side, Choe Son Hui, the director of the U.S. affairs department in North Korea’s Foreign Ministry, was slated to lead the delegation from Pyongyang. She is well known to American officials, having participated in official meetings including the six-party talks on denuclearization that took place from 2003 to 2007, as well as other Track 1.5 talks.
Talks have taken place sporadically in recent years, with former American officials sounding out the North Koreans on prospects for making progress on the intractable problem that is Pyongyang’s nuclear ambition. But they have been held in neutral locations like Berlin, Geneva and Kuala Lumpur.
This time they were planned for New York, where North Korea has a mission to the United Nations for the first time in more than five years.
But the Trump administration decided not to allow the talks to place amid widespread suspicion that Pyongyang ordered the attack on Kim Jong Nam.
The North Koreans, who have strongly denied any involvement in the attack, have accused South Korea of convincing Malaysia to make up the incident to “besmirch” the Kim regime’s reputation.