快看!淨選盟2.0主席瑪利亞陳痛批警方在扣留所禁止她穿內衣內褲!強迫她光著下體接受男性警官盤問折磨!

BlackWarrior     2016-12-09     檢舉

快看!淨選盟2.0主席瑪利亞陳痛批警方在扣留所禁止她穿內衣內褲!強迫她光著下體接受男性警官盤問折磨! 更教人憤怒的是副內政部長不但沒有否認瑪利亞陳的指控,竟然還為警方辯護說不讓瑪利亞陳穿內衣底褲是因為。。。尼瑪!什麼都你講完咯!

瑪利亞陳只是普通的民運人士,為何警方卻把她當恐怖份子,這樣慘無人道的虐待她!人神共憤啊!

瑪利亞陳在大馬人權組織一項活動上受邀發表演說時,與大家分享她被警方援引國家安全法令SOSMA扣留期間所受到的種種慘無人道的虐待!這些虐待不僅僅是肉體上的,也包括了精神上的。

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她說,警方在盤問她的時候,經常談論她的家人、丈夫、孩子,內容竟是充滿侮辱性的污衊抹黑;企圖打擊她的意志。

她被單獨囚禁在一個完全不通風的房間,連底褲也不讓她穿!棉被也不給,24小時開著冷氣讓她睡在僵硬又寒冷的木板上!讓她光著下身面對男性警官羞辱性的盤問!

這不單只是對她的肉體羞辱,同時也在羞辱她的人權,帶給她更大的精神傷害。

正常的壯漢被關在這種不通風沒有棉被只有硬木板的囚禁室內,24小時亮著燈,24小時吹著冷氣,恐怕一個星期都受不了了,何況是上了年紀的婦女?瑪利亞陳不是恐怖份子,沒有打劫殺人,不是刑事重犯,為什麼警方卻如此虐待她?

所以當瑪利亞陳將她所受到的不人道對待當中揭露時,聽到的人無不憤慨嘩然。

而副內政部長奴佳茲蘭並沒有否認瑪利亞陳的指控;也承認警方確實不允許瑪利亞陳穿內衣內褲;必須光著下體面對男性警官盤問;但他堅持警方是根據標準行為準則SOP行事,並無不妥。

他辯解說,警方並沒有特別對待瑪利亞陳,而是跟其他現行犯一樣根據警方的辦案標準處理。

《我們禁止扣留犯穿內衣內褲,是為了防止悲劇發生;過去曾經發生過扣留犯將內衣內褲當成繩子在囚室內上吊自殺;我們不但不允許現行犯穿內衣內褲,身上也不准許佩戴任何飾物。》他說。

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言下之意,就是說警方也害怕瑪利亞陳利用內衣內褲改造成繩子上吊自殺?尼瑪,什麼都你講完咯!

Maria shares her experience as a Sosma detainee

Maria Chin Abdullah says her detention was part of the authorities attempt to create a conspiracy theory revolving around Bersih 2.0 accepting money from George Soros.

KUALA LUMPUR: Maria Chin Abdullah today shared the experiences she faced while she was a detainee under Sosma.

At the Suaram Human Rights Report 2016 launch today, Maria related how her cell had no windows and that she was made to sleep on a wooden plank.

「There was no fresh air but they had an air-conditioner. However, that only made sleeping on the wooden plank even more painful for me,」 she said in her speech.

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She added that eight different special branch officers took turns interrogating her from 9am to 6pm and she was made to walk to the interrogation room handcuffed and with dark sunglasses.

「I was also not allowed to wear undergarments, and this made me feel extremely vulnerable especially when all the interrogators were men,」 Maria said.

She added that though the interrogators were mostly professional, they did make some sharp and hurtful comments about family and friends.

Maria revealed that during her time at the detention centre she had no idea where she was and that she was not allowed to use her name as well.

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「So your lawyers, your family, even you don』t know where you are and while I was there I was referred to only as 378. I』m not even allowed to answer to my name. I』m only 378,」 she said.

She said by the line of questioning she received, it seemed as though the police were trying to form a conspiracy theory about how Bersih 2.0 had received funding from a foundation linked to billionaire George Soros.

「From 2010 to 2011, we did take funding from Soros but we had declared it.

「In 2012, we filed a suit against The New Straits Times and the newspaper had to apologise to us for reporting that we had US$20 million. Now its RM3.2 billion from Soros and this time it (the accusations) won』t work either.」

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Also present at the Suaram event today was activist Hishamuddin Rais, who also spoke about Soros』 funding.

「In 1967, I saw a James Bond movie and I wanted to become a spy,」 he said.

「I would have loved to work for the CIA and I』ve been leaving my bank account everywhere in the hope that Soros would give me money. I』ve been questioned by police and the worst part is I still haven』t gotten a single cent,」 Hishamuddin said to the amusement of all present.

Nur Jazlan: Maria treated just like other detainees

PETALING JAYA: Bersih 2.0 chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah’s detention under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma) was nothing out of the ordinary.

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Police standard operating procedures (SOP) were applied, says Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed.

「She went through the police usual SOP and this shows that she wasn』t given special treatment,」 he told FMT.

Nur Jazlan was responding to Maria, who had recounted her 「horrifying」 experience during her detention under Sosma.

Maria had described how she was made to sleep on a wooden plank with no windows and endure interrogation sessions while not being allowed to wear any undergarments.

Nur Jazlan, who is Pulai MP, explained not only undergarments were not allowed, but also items such as belts, ties and any personal items that could pose as a safety hazard to the detainee.

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「Belts and other personal items can be used to injure the inmate physically.

「You can strangle yourself with an undergarment as it can be made into a rope.

「That’s why the police do not allow these things. The police want to avoid any untoward incidents.」

Nur Jazlan said Maria was also not treated any differently from other detainees during interrogation.

「If she wants to talk about her experiences during detention, then let her talk about it. But she was treated according to police SOP and no differently from other inmates.」

Maria was arrested a day before Bersih 5 on Nov 18 under Sosma.

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Police claimed they had obtained a document that led them to believe she could be involved in activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy in Malaysia, an offence under Section 124(c) of the Penal Code.