Muhamad Arif bin Abu Samah, Mohamed Ramadan bin Muhamed Ali and Mohamed Rafe bin Mohamed Ali Released after Long Battle against EO Detention!

SUARA RAKYAT MALAYSIA

Address:  433A, Jalan 5/46, Gasing Indah, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Telephone: +6 03 7784 3525 Fax: +6 03 7784 3526 Email: [email protected] Web: www.suaram.net

 

Press Statement: 6 March 2012
 
Muhamad Arif bin Abu Samah, Mohamed Ramadan bin Muhamed Ali and Mohamed Rafe bin Mohamed Ali Released after Long Battle against EO Detention!
SUARAM welcomes the release of the three EO detainees whose freedoms have been curtailed since March 2011. The Deputy Home Minister has ordered that the Trio be released from the restriction order. The three youths are Muhamad Arif bin Abu Samah (20 years old), Mohamed Ramadan bin Muhamed Ali (23 years old) and Mohamed Rafe bin Mohamed Ali (21years old).  According to the lawyers, the clients are very relieved and happy with this news and hope their ordeal is now over.
The boys have at all times maintained that the allegations against them were trumped-up and wholly false, having been used as scapegoats to ‘solve’ a string of petty motorcycle thefts crimes in their area and the KDN have to date failed to substantiate any of the allegations of crime made against them.

Conduct a Thorough Investigation and Take Appropriate Action Against Instigators!

SUARA RAKYAT MALAYSIA

Address:  433A, Jalan 5/46, Gasing Indah, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Telephone: +6 03 7784 3525 Fax: +6 03 7784 3526 Email: [email protected] Web: www.suaram.net

 

 

PRESS STATEMENT: 6 MARCH 2012 

Conduct a Thorough Investigation and Take Appropriate Action Against Instigators!


Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) condemns the police’s action in Penang whom is continuously intimidating human rights activists and opposition members who were involved with the Himpunan Hijau 2.0 (Save Malaysia Stop Lynas protest) in Penang.

We were informed that the police are calling all those involved with the Himpunan  Hijau 2.0 which was held on 26 February at the Esplanade in Penang. So far the police have taken statements from eight individuals, including Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and state Exco Chow Kon Yeow. According to one source, the police in their investigations were asking about the organisers’ of the event and also threatened that they can make arrests as the gathering was illegal. Continue reading “Conduct a Thorough Investigation and Take Appropriate Action Against Instigators!”