What happened to the police case against TMI editors?

February 25, 2016 at 10:22 pm 33 comments

The action today by MCMC against TMI is spot on albeit long overdue. This dajjal portal should indeed be thoroughly blocked.

TMI is correctly diagnosed as a menace by the authorities, and its friends – the so-called defenders of press freedom – are cyber terrorists in the guise of liberal NGOs. It is better that they be treated as the Bintang Lima character assassins that they really are.


3 July 2015:

When is TMI going to be charged for sedition and shut down?


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Nawab Wee

ABOVE: RBA’s fake profile on FB … you can find the same kind of Blogspot fakes infesting the Life of Annie Protun blog, aside from Dapster anons who specialize in spreading lies

TMI fitnah everybody, including even the Majlis Raja-Raja

The TMI editors were questioned by police last year in March. This was following a report lodged by the Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal regarding a malicious news article fabricated by the portal on a Rulers’ Council meeting.

In tandem with this development, the proposal for MCMC to register blogs will also put a curb on anonymous bloggers like Annie Anakin who is a slanderer, a liar and a fraud.

BELOW:

•  TMI editors in police custody and wearing regulation uniforms

•  TMI boss Ho Kay Tat questioned at police headquarters

•  The portal’s Dajjal-in-Chief Jababar Sadiq had been detained briefly under the Sedition Act

TMI editors

Jahabar sedition

Related:

Imposter’s Disqus a/c impersonating me in TMI terminated

These people are sneaky bastards beyond any words can describe!

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33 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Ayam  |  February 25, 2016 at 10:43 pm

    Finally, a good news.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  February 25, 2016 at 10:51 pm

      It’s fantastic news.

      The government has our full support to take on these vicious media monsters. It’s high time.

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      • 3. drinho  |  February 26, 2016 at 9:00 am

        Helen,

        Just a question:-

        You have a hypermarket. Selling thousands of items. Few items are hazardous to public health. Eg. baby powder, milk and raw meat. Authority wants to action now.

        You are given a choice:-

        1. Shut the entire hypermarket down for business; or
        2. Remove the hazardous items and continue to operate selling others items.

        BTW, in this Internet age how to effectively block access to TMI? People can use VPN. Even the mobile app of TMI is not affected. Not to mention the mirror side of TMI (http://www.themalaysianoutsider.com/), same content with a different url.

        If want to be effective, action has to be taken against the bosses of TMI like the owner and chief editor.

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        • 4. Akim  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:09 pm

          Txs for the tip, mate. I abhor that Taliban Jahabar Saddiq and Malaysian Insider, rarely read what they wrote. But the blocking made me curious. I don’t think reading a blocked site is against the law.

          I support the view that more drastic measures be taken on those who offend the Sedition Act, the Official Secrets Act etc. Though the Government has sometimes gone overboard with the application of those Acts, probably in trying to hide Najib’s wrongs, yet withdrawing charges against wayward and pervert fellows like UM lecturer Azmi Shahrom and ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit DAP Teresa Kok..

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  • 5. HY  |  February 25, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    tis najib is very much worst than mahathir.

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    • 6. Helen Ang  |  February 25, 2016 at 11:30 pm

      Najib is being exactly the war general that we need. He will gain public support from the pro-establishment side through this move and other actions (clampdown) the like.

      This, you can say, is the best news I’ve heard in years.

      It’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel — something is being done at last to push back the cyber fascists (TMI and its ilk) who have been terrorizing us ordinary citizens.

      In fact, the neo-Zionist RBA should also be regarded in the same light as Bintang Tiga was during the Emergency.

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      • 7. What Is This  |  February 26, 2016 at 8:33 am

        Najib should increase the intensity of his war against his enemies. Why should he stop with TMI ? He should go after the likes of the old man’s cronies, people like the YTL guy for starters. Time to use the heavy artillery and blow them to pieces. Of course there are now people saying Najib is worst than Mahathir. So what ? You expect Najib to do nothing and let his enemies have a go at him ? Time for talking is over. Now is the time to show his enemies what he is made of. This is a great move indeed.

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      • 8. HY  |  February 26, 2016 at 11:50 pm

        i think tmi is great. ordinary citizen need more news portal like tmi, they speak on behalf of the commoners. freedom of press/speech is something we must treasure. we r not red communist.

        to the anger boy, I am not talking abt the war btw najib n mahathir, i love to see them fight.

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        • 9. Akim  |  February 27, 2016 at 7:49 am

          Utter onsense. The “ordinary citizen” does not need “more news portal” like TMI, does not even want TMI.

          They are not “news portal” when they unashamedly and unrepentantly keep writing untruths, twist, spin and slant the “news”. Apologizing four times in one week shows how dastardly they have been and still are. Some five Editors being arrested for sedition did not teach them any lesson.

          I wholly support the view that more stringent and effective measures be taken against TMI, and also Malaysia Chronicle and Malaysiakini for not being responsible in what they publish.

          And to this guy who said he is not “red” communist – is he just a plain communist? .”Loving” to see leaders fight indicates that.

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          • 10. HY  |  February 27, 2016 at 10:14 am

            u have too many std, so to educate u is a futile exercise. reread yr reply to yr so called singaporean on spore, u took a stance that abhor no freedom in spore, but here u terbalik. how to debate u like tis?

            drinho already put it clearly, we cant have 100% accurate n precise news in a free press environment. to ban is merely indicate malaysia is either under a dictatorship, like spore or “plain” communist like china. but since u guys love red, I call u “red” communist, ada paham?

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  • 11. Orang Perlis  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:07 am

    I dont know what good this is for. those who read TMI already know how to bypass the ban, its actually very easy….

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:09 am

      They should tighten the blog so that it’s impenetrable.

      TMI is scum. It doctors photos, read https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/03/07/kitalawan-good-job-celah-gelegar/

      https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/08/03/dashyat-sungguh-spin-tmi-tu-pas-tak-usah-lah-layan/

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      • 13. Orang Perlis  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:18 am

        Technically, blocking websites in this day & age is rather pointless, esp when the target audience is based in urban areas and educated. As mentioned, it is very easy to find your way to blocked websites. IM pretty sure MCMC is aware of this, but of course, they have to be seen doing something about it….

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 12:31 am

          It is not a pointless exercise.

          It will be on record that TMI is being blocked because it is considered a threat to national security and ranking alongside Sarawak Report and Malaysia Chronicle in their common lack of principle, ethics and standard.

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          • 15. Equalizer.  |  February 26, 2016 at 1:09 am

            Helen,
            To be effective, they must be arrested and charged in court for every offence they commit, the DPP must then insist on very high bail for repeated offences on each and every charge. Do it without fear or favour and the people will be with you and do it fast.

            Blocking is just temporary and is not deterent. Arresting and remanding them for investigations for days pending charging in court is most effective.

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            • 16. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 1:18 am

              Very recently, AG Apandi looked to China to learn from their OSA legislation and strict penalty for leaking official secrets.

              I think China law enforcement has a lot also to teach Malaysia on how to deal effectively with dajjal dissidents.

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              • 17. What Is This  |  February 26, 2016 at 8:37 am

                Malaysia should try extrajudicial rendition since there are also Malaysians now residing overseas painting Malaysia in a bad light. If Americans can pay Arabs to set up jails in Arab countries to deal with their critics Malaysia should seriously consider such an option.

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              • 18. drinho  |  February 26, 2016 at 9:06 am

                Can’t use the China MO here. Over there, gomen disallow Google, FB, Instagram etc to operate. Local Chinaman developed equivalent services instead like Baidu, Ali Baba, Weibo, RenRen etc under tight gomen supervision. China gomen can prevent sensitive comments from being published in social media due to 24/7 supervision.

                Here in Msia, gomen can’t do the same. Can’t prevent sensitive comments from being published. Can only take action after such comment is made in public.

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            • 19. RINA  |  February 26, 2016 at 3:29 am

              Sokong!

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          • 20. AC-DC  |  February 26, 2016 at 2:25 pm

            And somehow the pro-government Utusan, The Star, NST, and the ilk have principles, ethics and standards? What rubbish!

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            • 21. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 2:34 pm

              NST removed its rubbish (Annie Anakin) not too long ago.

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              • 22. Dinesh  |  February 27, 2016 at 12:33 pm

                And you were dumped by malaysiakini, right?

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                • 23. Helen Ang  |  February 27, 2016 at 12:52 pm

                  My column was “frozen” (Steven Gan’s word). I have never been a Malaysiakini staff or employee.

                  I was reliably informed that the portal’s Chinese-language editors disapproved of my critical stance against the DAP.

                  At that time, my issues with the party were mainly:

                  (1) Lim Guan Eng’s hypocrital accusation of “racism” against Hindraf over the movement’s defence of Kampung Buah Pala (protestors – pix below), which the state government under DAP post-2008 ‘gave over’ to the developers

                  (2) Bangsa Anak Malaysia / Malaysia First relating to above

                  (3) The Selendang Squad (DAP evangelista tudung-wearing YBs) occupying mosques

                  (4) DAP’s hypocrisy on the kalimah ‘Allah’ tussle vis-a-vis their playacting @ (3)

                  The fact that my column was axed around 2010 is an indication of the oppo media’s “either you’re with us or against us” stance.

                  A couple of years later, the Chinese tsunami 2013 proved how the majority of the Chinese – now successfully ubah-ed or turned to become rabidly oppo – cannot tolerate differences of opinion.

                  The fact that today 95 percent of the Chinese-community are pro-DAP and some of them virulently anti-Umno and anti-PAS (these two parties account for a vast membership of Malays and Muslims) shows how aggressive the DAP brainwashing has been.

                  It also shows the kind of shoot-to-kill smear campaign which the DAP operatives carry out against the five percent Chinese who refuse to bow to their Politics of Hate.

                  Google “Alifah Ting Abdullah” (of Isma) in my blog to find out the level of abuse and harassment aimed at Chinese who even as much as deviate a single degree from the DAP fiat.

                  If you’re really Indian as your moniker/pseudonym implies, then I pity you for being deluded enough to believe you’re going to get a fairer deal from a DAP-led federal government.

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    • 24. AC-DC  |  February 26, 2016 at 2:21 pm

      True. The MCMCs blocking of TMI can be easily bypassed by anyone with a basic knowledge of using VPNs and proxies. As of now, I have no problem reading its latest articles. ;-)

      Ironic is it not? Helen now supports blocking websites. The very same person who screamed foul not long ago and raised a hysterical stink when her own blog was disrupted by pro-government elements.

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      • 25. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 2:31 pm

        re: “Ironic is it not? Helen now supports blocking websites. The very same person who screamed foul not long ago…”

        :)

        TMI needs to be more than blocked. It must be terminated. They are syaitan.

        ___________________________________________________________________

        Copypasting some extracts from Gopal Raj Kumar’s blog entry @ https://takemon.wordpress.com/2016/02/25/tmi-blocked-long-overdue/

        GRK wrote:

        TMI has to go

        “Together with our freedoms comes responsibilities. And judging from the small sample of what TMI is capable of, the lights ought to be turned off for good at TMI. It’s time for a purge. A clean sweep of those bearers of bad tidings, bad because they are made without foundation or fact.

        The government ought to get tougher on these media outlets who run campaigns for greater freedoms and democracy and who censor those who do not subscribe to their world views.

        Ultimately the axe should fall on the proprietors and editors who together with the online moderators who are responsible for the product at the end of the line. It’s time for the Najib government to take no prisoners and show no mercy.”

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        • 26. drinho  |  February 26, 2016 at 3:45 pm

          Helen,

          I don’t understand you hatred on TMI. Why such animosity?

          Consider below:-

          1. TMI not only publish local political news. It covers business, sports and international as well. Any misreporting, lies, defamation, seditious in these segment?

          2. Even in local political news segment, TMI has published thousands of articles. Only selected few are deemed as misreporting, lies, defamatory, seditious. Eg. article on MRR rejecting hudud, 1MDB etc. Just because of these few articles, you want to deny the accuracy of the rest?

          3. Why block access to the entire website? MCMC should have taken action against specific articles that are deemed to be misreporting, lies, defamatory, seditious etc. The reaction of the authority is excessive to the degree of the alleged offense. Sue TMI at court and allow the chance to defend itself. Let an impartial judiciary to decide.

          4. If not mistaken, until now no show cause letter delivered to TMI seeking explanation on any allegedly misreporting, lies, defamatory, seditious articles. MCMC just block access without asking TMI to explain itself. Is this a fair move?

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          • 27. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 5:51 pm

            The Malaysian Inciter is syaitan. There is no limit to whom TMI would fitnah, and it extends to the Majlis Raja-Raja.

            If you’re a tycoon like Tajuddin, you have the means to take on TMI .

            As for others, including Hadi Awang and Mukhriz, they suffer the fitnah and had to be content with the ‘apologies’.

            Imagine the bullying inflicted by TMI on the ordinary mamat in the street. The authorities should take down TMI permanantly.

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            • 28. drinho  |  February 26, 2016 at 6:22 pm

              I don’t think it is fair to generalise all the articles of TMI as slanderous, lies, defamatory, seditious etc just because of a few articles. Would you agree with me? Treat each articles individually.

              re: Hadi Awang and Mukhriz

              The alleged slanderous articles of TMI were against them. Not you. Why you ‘tumpang’ feeling offended? If both of them agreed to apologies and decided not to pursue further action, why are you disputing the apologies. You are a 3rd party. It is a private settlement between TMI and them.

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              • 29. Helen Ang  |  February 26, 2016 at 10:44 pm

                re: “I don’t think it is fair to generalise all the articles of TMI as slanderous, lies, defamatory, seditious etc just because of a few articles.”

                TMI having to issue FOUR apologies in the span of a single week goes to show how far they overkill in carrying out their hatchet jobs.

                re: “The alleged slanderous articles of TMI were against them. Not you. Why you ‘tumpang’ feeling offended?”

                The political maneuverings were by the Umno Kedah Aduns against Mukhriz. Why even non-Kedahan members of the public ‘tumpang’ feeling offended?

                re: “If both of them agreed to apologies and decided not to pursue further action, why are you disputing the apologies.”

                If Mukhriz and the Umno president together with the Kedah palace agreed to a resolution and decided not to let the matter drag on any further, why are members of the public unable to move on?

                re: “You are a 3rd party.”

                Members of the public showing their disgruntlement at the Kedah coup do not have any locus standi. When it came to the crunch, only the 21 BN Aduns have a say.

                re: “It is a private settlement between TMI and them.”

                It is a private settlement between Mukhriz, Umno Kedah and the palace. Yet so many people poking their noses.

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                • 30. drinho  |  February 29, 2016 at 9:14 am

                  re: TMI having to issue FOUR apologies in the span of a single week………

                  In a single week? Come on la. How long TMI has been operating? Something like 8 years? Just because 4 apologies in a week, you want to ignore their presence or credibility for the remaining 8 years?

                  Do you agree that as a reasonable person, the publication of a news portal that is seditious, libelous, slanderous, defamatory etc must be treated on an individual basis rather than on a blanket/across the board treatment?

                  Just like the hypermarket example I have given earlier. Should the entire shop be closed down just because of a few defective products or just withdraw the said products from shelves and allow the shop to remain open?

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                  • 31. Helen Ang  |  February 29, 2016 at 10:44 am

                    re: “Just because 4 apologies in a week”

                    You are not even remotely appalled at their extent of their fitnah?

                    Which other publication in Malaysia has come even close to needing to make four apologies for defamation in a single week (incl. their false accusation that Mukhriz practised money politics in the Umno VP election race).

                    re: “you want to ignore their presence or credibility for the remaining 8 years?”

                    The Malaysian Inciter has no credibility whatsoever. No one is safe from their vile fitnah, not even Jakim, Majlis Fatwa or Majlis Raja-Raja.

                    re: “Do you agree that as a reasonable person, the publication of a news portal that is seditious, libelous, slanderous, defamatory etc must be treated on an individual basis rather than on a blanket/across the board treatment? Just like the hypermarket example I have given earlier. Should the entire shop be closed down just because of a few defective products or just withdraw the said products from shelves and allow the shop to remain open?”

                    The entire shop is a toxic hazard. Not only should it be closed down, the entire building must be demolished.

                    TMI is not only seditious, libelous, slanderous, defamatory wrt to the record-breaking lowest of the low (gutter) tally of four apologies in a week but they’ve also racked up a whole long laundry list of libel and defamation and bullying and menganiaya orang. See, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/when-is-tmi-going-to-be-charged-for-sedition-and-shut-down/

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      • 32. Aku Melayu  |  February 26, 2016 at 8:49 pm

        It amazes me that some people would find ways to get access to garbage articles. And I still cannot comprehend why there are people who are willing to pay money to Malayiakini – another news portal that spews garbage. I suppose there are certain Malaysians who just love garbage!

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  • 33. Lousy.Engineer  |  February 27, 2016 at 11:11 am

    Aiya, just activate another “weeding” operation la, apa susah. Bring back those iron fist rule days- desperate time need desperate measures.

    Reply

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