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    Shocking Incidents

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    Rape on schoolchildren created all-round disbelief

    Parents, school authorities in shock over sexual attack on schoolgirls; suspected rapist's remand extended


    PETALING JAYA: The remand order for an unlicensed school van driver suspected of raping schoolgirls in his vehicle has been extended for six days, as police feverishly run a tooth-comb through the "van of terror" for evidence of the man's heinous acts.

    The 51-year-old suspect was brought to the PJ magistrate's court this morning for the remand extension, which was granted by Magistrate Aishah Hijriah Arshah.

    The case has merely served to highlight the growing fears of parents and school authorities over the menace posed to schoolchildren.

    The crimes involve the alleged rape of two 10-year-olds by the same suspect and the third, a 12-year-old, allegedly molested by another driver in his Kelana Jaya home.

    Petaling Jaya district police chief, ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed said police were waiting for another victim, also a primary schoolgirl, to come forward.

    There is growing fear the suspect could have sexually hurt more girls in his van of terror.

    Arjunaidi said: “We are still questioning the school authorities to know if any other pupil or parent had come forward with complaints against the suspect.”

    The cases have been described as “a crime of extreme violence and cowardice committed against defenceless victims.”

    This is the nightmarish van (pic) in which the two terrified girls recoiled in deep shock as they were set upon by the alleged rapist-driver, their guardian to and from school.

    One of the girls was his foster child who is believed to have been sexually assaulted on several occasions.

    Questions are being asked why parents chose to use the suspect’s school van service when he was not registered with the Malaysian School Bus Operators Association.

    Police have the suspect in custody and are now checking if more girls were sexually assaulted by him in his nine-seater silver Nissan Vanette.

    Forensics are tooth-combing the van for clues into the two alleged sexual assaults to establish if there could have been more such cases.

    The suspect, a married man with three children, was produced in a magistrate’s court here this morning to have his remand extended for another week. The 40-year-old suspect is believed to have committed the perverted acts at this secluded street in Jalan 1/12 off Jalan Othman (pic) at noon last Monday.

    He was caught by members of the public after a kindergarten teacher who was passing by raised an alarm on hearing the girl’s screams.

    Clarifying news reports on the Jalan Othman incident, Arjunaidi dismissed claims that the sex act took place in full view of other pupils.

    “The driver took the girl to a quiet place before allegedly raping her. There were no other students inside the van when the incident occurred."

    On the number of victims, he said: “We are still waiting for another victim to come forward and we can’t confirm how many have been raped as investigations are underway," he said.

    Arjunaidi said the second victim was raped in the suspect's house, adding that the victims were not from the same school.

    Police are also anxious to contact Sabapati Siniah, 37, another school van driver to assist them with investigations into a molest case in the van involving a 12-year-old girl in Kelana Jaya.

    Sexual attacks on schoolgirls have been on the rise of late. Prominent cases included two men who have been charged with the rape of five schoolgirls in Ampang.

    In June, a taxi driver was charged with rape while keeping schoolgirls as sex slaves, also in Ampang.
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    Editor's Note on using the picture for the cover: http://www.time.com/time/world/artic...007269,00.html


    Afghan Women and the Return of the Taliban

    Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/artic...#ixzz0vB6VoSHj

    The Taliban pounded on the door just before midnight, demanding that Aisha, 18, be punished for running away from her husband's house. Her in-laws treated her like a slave, Aisha pleaded. They beat her. If she hadn't run away, she would have died. Her judge, a local Taliban commander, was unmoved. Aisha's brother-in-law held her down while her husband pulled out a knife. First he sliced off her ears. Then he started on her nose.


    This didn't happen 10 years ago, when the Taliban ruled Afghanistan. It happened last year. Now hidden in a secret women's shelter in Kabul, Aisha listens obsessively to the news. Talk that the Afghan government is considering some kind of political accommodation with the Taliban frightens her. "They are the people that did this to me," she says, touching her damaged face. "How can we reconcile with them?"


    In June, Afghan President Hamid Karzai established a peace council tasked with exploring negotiations with the Taliban. A month later, Tom Malinowski from Human Rights Watch met Karzai. During their conversation, Karzai mused on the cost of the conflict in human lives and wondered aloud if he had any right to talk about human rights when so many were dying. "He essentially asked me," says Malinowski, "What is more important, protecting the right of a girl to go to school or saving her life?" How Karzai and his international allies answer that question will have far-reaching consequences, not only for Afghanistan's women, but the country as a whole.


    As the war in Afghanistan enters its ninth year, the need for an exit strategy weighs on the minds of U.S. policymakers. Such an outcome, it is assumed, would involve reconciliation with the Taliban. But Afghan women fear that in the quest for a quick peace, their progress may be sidelined. "Women's rights must not be the sacrifice by which peace is achieved," says parliamentarian Fawzia Koofi.


    Yet that may be where negotiations are heading. The Taliban will be advocating a version of an Afghan state in line with their own conservative views, particularly on the issue of women's rights. Already there is a growing acceptance that some concessions to the Taliban are inevitable if there is to be genuine reconciliation. "You have to be realistic," says a diplomat in Kabul. "We are not going to be sending troops and spending money forever. There will have to be a compromise, and sacrifices will have to be made."


    For Afghanistan's women, an early withdrawal of international forces could be disastrous. An Afghan refugee who grew up in Canada, Mozhdah Jamalzadah recently returned home to launch an Oprah-style talk show in which she has been able to subtly introduce questions of women's rights without provoking the ire of religious conservatives. On a recent episode, a male guest told a joke about a foreign human-rights team in Afghanistan. In the cities, the team noticed that women walked six paces behind their husbands. But in rural Helmand, where the Taliban is strongest, they saw a woman six steps ahead. The foreigners rushed to congratulate the husband on his enlightenment — only to be told that he stuck his wife in front because they were walking through a minefield. As the audience roared with laughter, Jamalzadah reflected that it may take about 10 to 15 years before Afghan women can truly walk alongside men. But once they do, she believes, all Afghans will benefit. "When we talk about women's rights," Jamalzadah says, "we are talking about things that are important to men as well — men who want to see Afghanistan move forward. If you sacrifice women to make peace, you are also sacrificing the men who support them and abandoning the country to the fundamentalists that caused all the problems in the first place."
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    Tamil movie style murder - by Tamil Lawyers!

    These two lawyers apparently were in control of a place called Banting in Selangor Malaysia. Many people have gone missing including a Chennai millionnaire, after having business deals with them.

    This lady was asked to come to thier farm with cash for purchase of a piece of land. She arrived with her lawyer, banker and a driver. All four went missing since Aug 30th.

    Today police investigations revealed that the four were held captive, assaulted, killed and thier bodies burned, by the 2 lawyers and thier henchman.

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    Brothers are main suspects in murder of four

    KUALA LANGAT: Two lawyer brothers are the prime suspects in the murder of cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others whose bodies were burnt and their ashes strewn in a river near Ladang Gadong, in Tanjong Sepat, here.

    Cops are probing if the brothers are also responsible for four more people reported missing.

    Bukit Aman CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said police were awaiting forensic confirmation on the remains, believed to be that of Sosilawati, the client of the main suspect – a Datuk – said to have been handling a land deal in Penang for the entrepreneur. He owned the farm where the bodies were allegedly burnt after they had been assaulted and stabbed to death.

    From initial investigations, police found that the ashes were disposed of at the mouth of a river about 4.2km from the farm. Comm Bakri said the motive of the murder could be business rivalry, debt and a land business deal gone sour. It is learnt that the land in Penang was bought for RM25mil and was to have been re-sold for RM200mil.

    Sosilawati was last seen leaving Kuala Lumpur for Banting on Aug 30, with her driver Kamaruddin Shamsuddin, 44, lawyer Ahmad Kamil Karim, 32, and bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38. Their mysterious disappearance attracted much interest.

    “Police believe the 41-year-old lawyer was the mastermind behind the disappearances and could have been involved in four other missing persons cases,” Comm Bakri told reporters at the Banting police headquarters yesterday.

    The brothers were among eight people arrested in connection with the case. The other six, including two women, aged between 19 and 45, were farmhands.

    Police managed to get fresh leads into the case that saw the arrest of the eight, following the co-operation from the public, media and suspects detained earlier.

    “All the information we obtained from the suspects detained earlier gave our men more clues that pointed to the description of the four missing persons,” he said.

    “We still need a DNA test to confirm the identity of the victims but there is only a slim chance that they are alive,” Comm Bakri said, adding that he did not rule out the possibility of more arrests.

    “We will investigate the brothers in relation to their accumulation of properties, high-end cars and their business dealings that involve millions of ringgit,” he added.

    Police are also investigating the whereabouts of the RM4mil which Sosilawati was said to have been carrying.

    Comm Bakri said one of the four previous missing persons cases involved an Indian national who had opened a restaurant with the brothers as partners.

    He said police would investigate these other cases as well.

    Yesterday, more than 60 policemen were at the farm and divers from Marine Police combed Sungai Panchau in Kampung Kanchong Laut in search of evidence.

    Forensic teams combed the 1.6ha of farm where some of Sosilawati’s personal belongings were found, including her watch.

    Police also blocked access to the Gadong Farm in Jalan Gadong, Tanjong Sepat, 1km from the main road from last night and barred more than 30 members of the press corps from getting any nearer to the site.

    Comm Bakri said the police were investigating the farm land which the lawyer bought about 30 months ago to ascertain if the deal was made “properly”.

    He added that the police also wanted to know where the former owner was. The previous owner is said to be missing.
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    There may be more cases, suspect the police. All murdered were lawyers!

    Penang cops to reopen unsolved murder cases


    GEORGE TOWN: Penang police are reopening unsolved murder cases in the state over the past few years, particularly those involving lawyers.

    State police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Wira Ayub Yaakob said a special committee would relook those cases to see if there were any new developments.

    He was commenting on unsolved cases of lawyers who were murdered in the state over the past few years.

    On whether these cases could be linked to the murder of cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya, DCP Ayub said they were studying all possibilities.

    On July 27 last year, four men cornered lawyer R. Thinakaran Raman, 37, outside a Hindu temple in Supreme Garden, Prai, before forcing him to drink a substance, believed to be detergent. He died a day later of acute renal failure.

    Two weeks before his death, he was dragged out of a burning car on the Penang Bridge by passers-by and while resting against the concrete railings of the bridge, accidentally fell into the sea but survived after fishermen rescued him.

    On Nov 6, 2007, senior civil lawyer Datuk S.P. Annamalai, 59, died of excessive loss of blood after he was stabbed with a long knife when he was walking to his car in Green Hall here.

    His clerk S. Nalaaini, 22, said that the assailant fled on a motorcycle.

    On March 2, 2000, lawyer Chew Sien Chee, 39, was shot twice in the neck by a hitman in Tingkat Betik 2, Taman Seri Jaya, Bukit Mertajam.

    He had just entered his Mercedes Benz and was about to leave the house for work when the man approached him and fired three times at close range, hitting Chew twice.

    He died without regaining consciousness.

    On Oct 19, 1997, criminal lawyer S. Pathmanathan, 29, was found dead with nine stab wounds in the neck and back at his China Street office. He was believed to have been murdered the previous evening or night.

    He was found with his hands tied behind his back with a metal chain and a padlock while his mouth was mask taped.

    Triptipal Singh, 60, was shot in the back outside his house in Jalan Yeap Chor Ee on Oct 15, 1992. He died of heart complications on Nov 1.

    Two men had walked up to him from behind and fired five shots at point-blank range. Three of the shots hit him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GP
    http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/siblings-kidnapped-for-ransom-in-coimbatore-one-killed-63400

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/cities/c...dy-found-63598
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    The ppl who did this crime shud be starved to death. Such instances makes me wonder if god really exists!!
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    My stomach churns after reading this news.
    My heartfelt sympathy to the parents.
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    Mohanraj, the accused in the Coimbatore Children's murder case....killed in 'Encounter' today morning!!!!! Quick justice!!!!

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    Although I am against 'fake encounters', I couldnt hide my joy after watching the morning news. Hats off to the policemen.
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