When it comes to crime and corruption, it is impossible to eliminate negative public perception just by showing numbers and statistics.
“I received a call from the police saying my husband was in a very serious condition. The next thing I know, he is dead,” said a sobbing S. Perimilah, the wife of the late M. Thanaseelan who died under police custody.
Bersih 2.0’s Maria Chin Abdullah was released from solitary confinement after 10 days. She shares her story with her supporters.
The punchline of this article has to be provided by you, the readers!
All we wanted to do was sell books and artwork. Instead, we ended up at the Sentul police station.
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Writers should not be threatened by police reports By Zan Azlee The recent police report made by a chairman of an NGO against online columnist Mariam Mokhtar for an opinion […]
Don’t doubt the ‘lost at sea explanation’ By Zan Azlee As many would know, aside from writing my articles, I am also a broadcast journalist and documentary filmmaker. Hence, a […]