BLACK 505: Violent Demonstrators Hurt A Police Officer

The police officer who was injured by the violent demonstrators.
The police officer who was injured by the violent demonstrators. (Photo from AAKJ)

A police officer was injured during a Black 505 illegal demonstration in front of the Parliament of Malaysia today.

Please read: BLACK 505: Photos Of Black 505 Demonstrators At The Parliament

Blogger AAKJ reported that Inspector Aswad from IPD Sentul was punched in his face  by the violent Black 505 demonstrators .

Police Officer Insp Aswad, who was punched by the demonstrator.
Police Officer Insp Aswad, who was punched by the demonstrator. (Photo from AAKJ)

I hope that the demonstrators will grow up and stop disturbing our peaceful country.

And I also hope that foreign reporters will report fairly and understand our values and respect the fact that the opposition had lost the general election.

I wonder if any foreign reporters ever report about the violent actions of the demonstrators in order to provoke the police so that they can claim police brutality.

(Photo from AAKJ)
(Photo from AAKJ)
(Photo from AAKJ)
(Photo from AAKJ)

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An Amok At The Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department

On Monday afternoon, a man and a woman ran amok at the Complex B of the Prime Minister’s Department.

CCTV images of the couple entering the complex yesterday before smashing the windows of cars using their samurai swords, they became aggressive when the police told them to surrender.

The man who declared himself as Imam Mahadi was identified as Khalil Afandi Hamid, 47.

His partner is Muhdalina Ahmad, 28 years.

They whipped out samurai swords and smashed the windows of cars parked in the open air car park of the complex.

Police said that said they were very aggressive and even attacked members of the squad who told them to surrender themselves.

Finally one of the officers had to fire three shots to stop them.

The man was hit in his left arm and groin, while the woman was hit in the thigh.

The couple who ran amok after they were shot by the police.

They were rushed to the Putrajaya Hospital.

The man died while the  injured woman is being detained for further investigation.

Drama at PM’s Department: CCTV and Facebook images showing Khalil and the woman (below) after they were shot when they went on a rampage with samurai swords.

Police is still investigating the cause of the amok.

I think it is bad to run amok because it is very violent and innocent people can get hurt.

Violent Demonstrations In Egypt – Photos

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Egyptians are angry of the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

So they held demonstrations.

Demonstrations is a way to fight for something important.

But they are supposed to stop doing bad things and violence during the demonstrations because it can destroy our world.

Violence can turn into a war.

This is a disaster.

It is like what happened in Bangkok.

People were killed and injured; buildings, cars and plants were destroyed.

They should have a peaceful demonstration to say what they wanted.

And the government should listen to the people and discuss what can be done for them.

We have to take care of our Earth and lets go green.

Cairo's historic Sultan Hassan and Al-Rifai mosques are engulfed with smoke from a nearby fire at a police station which was set ablaze during massive protests by Egyptians demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. The United States said Friday that the political unrest in Egypt "is of deep concern. (AFP Marco Longari)
CAIRO, Jan. 29, 2011 (Xinhua) — Demonstrators climb up to armed vehicles after clashes calmed down at Square Tahrir in Cairo, capital of Egypt, early on Jan. 29, 2011. Dozens of tanks entered the Square, while protestors welcomed the army and waved to the soldiers standing on tanks. (Xinhua/Cai Yang)
Smoke is seen above the city of Cairo after wide-spread protests early January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule. REUTERS/Amr Dalsh
A protester looks at a burnt Egyptian Army armoured vehicle in downtown Cairo January 28, 2011. (REUTERS Goran Tomasevic)
An Egyptian Army armored personnel carrier is surrounded by anti-government protesters near Tahrir square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Egyptians gather around the burning headquarters of the ruling National Democratic party (NDP) in central Cairo. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak on Saturday addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power. (AFP Khaled Desouki)
Egyptians demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, march in Cairo. US President Barack Obama on Friday called on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to take concrete steps towards political reform, and to refrain from using violence against protesters. (AFP/Khaled Desouki)