This follows my previous post on UPM: Universiti Perompakan Malaysia (trans: M'sian Univ. of Robbery)
In this Malaysiakini video, student Yee Yang Yang (damn... he must get loads of crap about his name) relates his story of what happened during "the robbery".
I reckon Yee's account basically re-confirms the high-handed thuggery and buffoonery that the public has come to expect from UPM's "authorities".
But did you catch the last few sentences of Yee's statement in the video... about his visit to the police station to make a report?
What?! TIDAK DIBENARKAN? Since when does the police have the right to refuse taking police reports? Isn't accepting and investigating police reports a basic and fundamental duty of the PDRM? The IGP needs to investigate and penalise (if necessary) the police personnel concerned... but I've got a bad feeling that we'll be watching cows come home instead.
Kami pun bercadang pergi ke balai polis to melaporkan polis.
Masa ke balai polis, pihak polis pun cakap tadi pihak sekolah pun sudah ada call kami. Mereka janji akan bagi balik pada hari Isnin, iaitu hari ini. Jadi kami tidak dibenarkan untuk melaporkan polis.
- ad verbatim, Yee Yang Yang on Malaysiakini.
Read here for more on the refusal of some police personnel to accept reports.