The caption to the photo below (originally @ J-Star, article here) says,
“Blocked shots: Khalid pointing to a small indentation on a bulletproof shield used by police during the operation at the apartment in Sungai Nibong.”
The J-Star reported on 20 Aug 2013:
“Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said police laid an ambush at the apartment block at about 4.30am yesterday before moving to the unit on the 11th floor where the suspects were staying.
“We were shot at first and we shot back in defence. This subsequently led to the death of the five men,” he said.”
Khalid trots out a shield and points to a small indentation on it as solid proof that the police were shot at first, thus prompting the officers to shoot back in self-defence and killing all five suspects.
Although five men were killed in what police has described as a “shootout”, only three guns were recovered. See NST report ‘Cops recover three pistols from 04 gang shootout‘ (19 Aug 2013).
So the police story goes something like this:
- It was a dark and stormy night at 4.30am
- Shirtless criminals in their bedrooms shot at us first (from their beds)
- They kongsi 3 guns between them
- We shot back in self-defence and killed all 5 of them (two of whom did not have guns)
The proof of the veracity of the police version is the shield with the indentation — see photo top of page.
Nah buktinya … ikut cakap blogger ini
The man in the photo above (wearing cap and sunshades) is the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il.
If our Malaysian police chief can point to a small indentation on a shield as evidence that his raiding squad were shot at first, then why can’t I interpret the evidence presented in the Korean picture above as follows …
… American invasion foiled: Dear Leader Kim looking at the weapons recovered from captured Navy SEALs that accomplished an amphibious landing at Nampho beach to carry out a secret reconnaissance mission codenamed Operasi Cangkul.