Respect Singapore’s laws in hanging of Malaysian, says former IGP


Asila Jalil

Former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan cites the famous case of Australians Kevin Barlow and Brian Chambers executed in Malaysia in 1986 for drug trafficking as one where Canberra in the end, respected the laws here. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Nazir Sufari, March 22, 2019.

MALAYSIANS should not interfere in Singapore’s legal system by opposing the republic’s execution of a Sarawakian this morning, said former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan.

Musa said the execution of Michael Garing at Changi Prison in Singapore was in accordance with the country’s laws which should be respected.


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  • The PM, Ministers and others appealing for clemency is not an interference of another country's laws or disrespecting it. You are so low level mentally I am sure you can't understand that. The only thing this IGP understands is brute force and draconian measures to intimidate. Now he talks about respecting other country's laws. He does not even respect the laws of his own country by his actions he took when he was IGP. He is a low level life as far as I am concerned.

    Posted 2 years ago by Mike Mok