Saturday, December 24, 2005

Berita Berita Berita

Hari ini kita dikejutkan dengan dua berita menarik.

Dalam berita pertama, rumusannya adalah: 'jangan tergopoh menjatuhkan hukuman'. Dalam berita kedua pula: 'buatlah hukuman setelah penyiasatan yang rapi dan teliti meskipun mengambil masa setahun'.

Sungguh menarik berita berita ini untuk mengakhiri tahun 2005.

1. MALAYSIA AIRLINES CONTROVERSY: Munir lodges police report
Marhalim Abas & Fadhal Ilahi Abdul Ghani
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 24:
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Malaysia Airlines chairman Datuk Munir Majid yesterday lodged a police report over an e-mail containing several allegations against him. The report was lodged at the Dang Wangi police headquarters in Jalan Stadium about 10am.

When contacted by The Malay Mail, Munir confirmed that he had lodged the report but declined comment, except to say: “I have to protect my legal interests”.

Dang Wangi police chief Assistant Commissioner Kamal Pasha Jamal confirmed the report.

He said the report was being investigated under Section 500 of the Penal Code for criminal defamation.

He said apart from identifying its author/s, the police would also look into the allegations raised in the e-mail.

As part of the investigations, individuals mentioned in the e-mail would also be called in to help in the investigations.

The e-mail, titled ‘MAS the Flying Buffet’, dated Nov 28, was made public when several senators mentioned specific allegations contained in it since last week (see accompanying story).

They also raised the allegations during a special briefing session with the new MAS managing director, Idris Jala on Dec 21.

The senators had asked for a meeting following allegations (raised by the e-mail) that extravagance and wastage on the part of the MAS management had contributed to the national carrier's losses.

Senator Datuk Kamarudin Ambok said the Senators also asked Idris about an allegation that the MAS chairman flew to London three times a week, but he (Idris) had not replied.

During the meeting with the senators, Idris told them that the management needed to raise RM3 billion to turn the airline around.

MAS became a hot topic when it reported a net loss of RM684.4 million for the first half of this year.

The losses were attributed primarily to high fuel prices with costs rising 45 per cent to RM1.2 billion which was significantly higher than RM799 million recorded in the same quarter of 2004.

Other contributing factors included staff costs, handling and landing fees, aircraft and maintenance and overhaul charges as well as wide asset unbundling (WAU) charges and leases.

2. Empat wanita mengaku tidak salah berbogel
Oleh: SUWARNI MOKHTAR

PETALING JAYA 23 Dis. - Empat wanita berusia dalam lingkungan 20 hingga 30 tahun mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Majistret di sini hari ini atas tuduhan melakukan perbuatan lucah (membogelkan diri) sehingga menimbulkan kegusaran. Zainah Abdul Rahman, 23, Nor'Ain Mamis, 20, Zaleha Rahim, 30, dan Rena Miasin, 25, membuat pengakuan tersebut di hadapan Majistret Khainur Aleeza Ismail selepas pertuduhan dibacakan ke atas mereka secara berasingan.

Mengikut pertuduhan, Zainah dan Rena yang masing-masing mempunyai seorang anak serta Nor'Ain dan Zaleha yang bekerja di kelab malam didakwa melakukan kesalahan itu lebih kurang pukul 10.45 malam, 16 Disember lalu di Pusat Hiburan China Town 86-92, Jalan SS21/12, Damansara Utama di sini.

Mereka didakwa melakukan perbuatan lucah iaitu membogelkan diri sehingga mendatangkan kegusaran terhadap orang awam.

Pendakwaan dikendalikan oleh pegawai pendakwa, Cif Inspektor Azmi Awang Lah mengikut Seksyen 294(a) Kanun Keseksaan yang memperuntukkan hukuman penjara maksimum tiga bulan atau denda atau kedua-dua sekali.

Zainah diwakili peguam Roslie Sulle manakala yang lain tanpa peguam bela.
Azmi menawarkan jaminan ditetapkan sebanyak RM6,000 dengan seorang penjamin setiap seorang.

Khainur Aleeza selepas mempertimbangkan rayuan kesemua tertuduh menetapkan mereka masing-masing diikat jamin sebanyak RM2,500 dengan seorang penjamin.

Kes akan disebut semula pada 27 Mac 2006.

Memetik laporan akhbar bertarikh 17 Disember lalu, empat orang wanita dan seorang lelaki bergelar `Datuk' warga Singapura ditahan dalam satu serbuan polis di sebuah pub di Uptown, Damansara di sini.

Menurut laporan tersebut, keempat-empat wanita itu sedang asyik mempersembahkan tarian bogel sempena hari jadi lelaki itu di sebuah bilik khas yang terletak di tingkat dua pub tersebut.

3 comments:

Dato' Joe said...

I travelled frequently on 1st Class and used the lounge all the time. The only picture that I am concerned about are the signages to the toilets. Nobody could care a damn as to how much the other paintings in that place cost. We are too hurry to catch the flight or to have a break while enjoying our snacks. Don't give foolish excuses on what decisions have been taken. All the top brass including the Board of MAS should not be sacked but to be placed before Inquiries. Malaysia had too much of this nonsense. All it need to make an airline profitable is a musician and not a rocket scientist.

Hakim said...

Tuan Keng,

Saya kesian apabila melihat gambar-gambar gadis yang dituduh terlibat dalam pertunjukkan "buang benang dari badan" itu. Takkanlah mereka? Mereka sungguh sopan santun dan berpakaian pun tidak langsung menjolok perasaan, apalagi mata. Hanya satu cara untuk memastikan sama ada merekalah yang terlibat dalam pertunjukan itu. Bogelkan mereka dan suruh mereka ketuk ketampi. Tak ada cara lain untuk mereka dilepaskan dari tuduhan yang dahsyat ini.
P.S. Saya sungguh kesian kepada seorang mereka iaitu adik penjual nasi lemak. Saya ingin membantu. Bolehkah Tuan Keng uruskan?

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