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Malaysia is the safest place in South East Asia? Willian's murder is a tip of the iceberg

My condolences to parents of the little William.

No wonder parents in Malaysia have to escort their children to schools now unlike my generation could walk to school alone safely. The traffic nearby any primary schools are always chaotic before and after school hours.

What if the kidnapper and murderer is Indonesian illegal immigrant?

If he/she smuggled back to Indonesia silently, nothing you can do because technically he/she never left Indonesia to commit crime in Malaysia. Both Malaysia and Indonesia governments are helpless to charge the suspect in any court.

I repeat here, illegal immigrants are time bomb in our backyard.

Also you will not find many corpses in the Singapore river as Klang river. How could Malaysia is safer than Singapore as claimed by BN leaders?

‘Many bodies have been fished out here’

Fish trader Satarudin Kamal showing the spot where the body was found floating at Sungai Klang yesterday. Pic by Intan Nur Elliana Zakaria

Fish trader Satarudin Kamal showing the spot where the body was found floating at Sungai Klang yesterday. Pic by Intan Nur Elliana Zakaria

FOR fish trader Satarudin Kamal, the discovery of the body believed to be that of William Yau Zhen Zhong, here, on Thursday, did not come as a surprise.

The 45-year-old told the New Straits Times that he had fished out many bodies from the mouth of Sungai Klang in the past several years, including the body of an unidentified woman last month.

“I have been making my living here almost my entire life and the area across the river bend where I found the body of the boy, was where my partners and I have found the most amount of bodies,” he said, when met at Sungai Sireh Tambahan 2 fishermen’s jetty.

Satarudin said he discovered the boy’s body when he went on board his fishing boat to start the engine.

“It was 6.45pm and it was high tide at the river mouth when I suddenly saw the body floating slowly towards the side of the boat.”

He described the body as that of a young boy and that it was floating face-up, with the face partially submerged.

Satarudin said the boy’s eyes were missing, the skin on the hands was peeling away. Decomposition had set in with the bones on his legs exposed.

“He was clad in a T-shirt, which was covered with mud, and a pair of underwear. I immediately called my friend who was nearby and we tied a rope around the body and pulled it in towards the jetty before calling the police.”

When told about the possibility that the body might be that of 6-year-old William, he said it was possible as the body was fair-skinned and that the hair resembled William’s photograph which had been circulated nationwide since he went missing on Jan 16.

“If it is indeed William, I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the family.

“No parent in the world would want to go through this,” the father of two said.

At 10.30am a police forensics team and marine police were at the jetty conducting investigations.

Fish trader Satarudin Kamal showing the spot where the body was found floating at Sungai Klang yesterday. Pic by Intan Nur Elliana Zakaria

Read more: ‘Many bodies have been fished out here’ – General – New Straits Times

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辛辣火热 says:




Kuanqiao says:

Hishamudin should focus on crime fighting, not meddling with ROS!

Leslie Loh says:

Crime watchdog MyWatch has claimed that police internal data shows that the crime rate in 2011 is more than double the statistics announced to the public.

2011 crime rates announced by PDRM are only for public consumption. Whether high or low, it is NOT going to change the clear, undeniable fact – that the public have no confidence in PDRM for ANY sort of legal law enforcement. The public is VERY clear of their role as running d*gs for their political masters.

We have to rely only on ourselves thru’ all the security set up at various neighborhood n be cautious of everyone around us to prevent crime. Worst of all we even have to be vary of these people in uniform!

Eori says:

Polis said William fell into lonkang and washed away to river. True?

KS Tan says:

My condolences to William Family.
Ubah for better security !

KS Tan says:

These illegal immigrants may soon migrate back to Indonesia once their home country becomes mores prosperous than adopted Bolehland.

By the way, some one alerted me about

You were 68kg now 5kg more ?

nkkhoo says:

Mind you, I never register myself in ahmoi. There are many Chinese Malaysians with this name nkkhoo because khoo n is a khoo’s inherited family name in my generation.