Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Gang-land Style Funeral for 3 Shot Dead by Penang Police (VIDEO), Mercedes Benz Hearses Accompanied by Motorcyle Escort Revving Engines & Fire-Crackers

Three of the alleged Gang 04 members who were killed during a shootout with the police here were led on a grand procession to the Batu Gantong crematorium Tuesday.

The three Mercedes Benz hearses bearing the coffins of N. Rakan, 25, M. Suresh, 25 and R. Ramesh, 27 converged in Jalan Yeap Chor Ee before heading to the Batu Gantong crematorium.
Gang members and friends escorting the hearses blocked off several roads and lit firecrackers along the way to the crematorium. 
The procession brought the traffic to a standstill in Jalan Yeap Chor Ee, Jalan Bukit Gambir and Jalan Tun Dr Awang with hundreds of gang members on motorcycles revving their engines.
Video by THESTAR
Friends and relatives of three of the five alleged gangsters who were killed in a shootout with police yesterday brought traffic to a standstill in Penang today as their bodies were taken to the crematorium.

The bodies of N. Rakan, 25, M. Suresh, 25, and R. Ramesh, 27, were brought to Jalan Yeap Chor Ee before heading to the Batu Gantong crematorium.
Friends and relatives blocked off several roads and lit firecrackers on the way to the crematorium.
The other two who were shot dead, J. Gohinath, 31, and A. Vinuyt, 23, are expected to be buried by their families later.
In yesterday's incident, a police team stormed an apartment in Sungai Nibong where the five were alleged to be hiding out.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar told reporters that the suspects shot at police first, who were forced to return fire in self-defence.
All five suspects, alleged to be Gang 04 members, were killed in the 4.30am incident. Police recovered three firearms and several rounds of ammunition at the scene.
Khalid later revealed that the five were involved in at least 10 murders and two attempted murders in Kedah, Penang and Negri Sembilan.
Following the shooting, various quarters including relatives of the deceased have accused police of executing the five.
The families of the dead men have lodged four police reports demanding for an inquest into their deaths.

Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P. Waythamoorthy has also called for an inquest to be set up to probe into the incident. – August 20, 2013.
Source- TheStar & Malaysian Insider


The notorious Gang 04 is blatantly challenging the police by spray painting gang symbols on the walls of a beat base and even that of the police headquarters here.

The 04 number, religious Swastika symbol and R.I.P (rest in peace) have been spray painted in red on the wall and doors of a beat base in Banting while the same symbols have appeared on the walls of shoplots in the vicinity.

Kuala Langat OCPD Supt Nordin Manan said police noticed the gang symbol on one of the white walls of the police headquarters at 6am Tuesday.

"The same symbols have also been painted on the walls of several shops in the vicinity of the headquarters.

"We are trying to identify those responsible for the act,” he said, adding that they were trying to establish if the gang was trying to challenge the police or otherwise.

Supt Nordin said such acts were against the law and police viewed the matter seriously.

A source said the act of vandalism was a direct challenge to the police following the shootout in Penang on Monday which resulted in the deaths of five men, believed to be members of Gang 04.

Supt Nordin urged anyone with information on the case to contact the police hotline at 03-2052 9999 or visit the nearest police station.
Source - TheStar

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