Keganasan politik nampaknya tidak reda-reda walaupun pilihan raya umum ke-13 sudah berlalu.
Dalam insiden terbaru, Anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Ayer Keroh Khoo Poay Tiong pula mendapati keretanya disimbah dengan cat merah dan dilontar batu.
Khoo berkata, pada jam 7.30 pagi tadi, beliau dapati bahagian belakang Honda CRV yang mempunyai logo ketiga-tiga parti gabungan dalam Pakatan Rakyat dilitupi cat merah.
"Cermin belakang juga retak kerana dibaling dengan batu," katanya ketika dihubungi.
Khoo berkata, beliau dan keluarganya berada di rumah dan tidur kira-kira jam 1 pagi tanpa mengesyaki sesuatu.
"Memang kami ada dengan sesuatu pada masa itu tetapi kami tidak jangkakan perkara macam ini," katanya.-malaysiakini
Pencuri sasar rumah KJ...
Rumah seorang Menteri di Jalan Setiabistari, Bukit Damansara di sini telah dipecah masuk oleh tiga orang lelaki petang semalam.
Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Bandaraya, Ku Chin Wah berkata, dalam kejadian jam 5.30 petang, ketiga-tiga mereka, telah datang dengan sebuah kereta Proton Waja, lalu memanjat dinding pagar lalu masuk ke dalam rumah melalui pintu hadapan yang tidak berkunci.
Ku berkata, suspek melarikan diri dengan beberapa buah komputer riba dan jam tangan.
"Menteri dan isterinya tidak ada di rumah ketika kejadian ,kecuali pembantu rumah mereka ada ketika itu.
"Pembantu rumah menyedari kehadiran perompak apabila melihat pintu depan terbuka tetapi dia tidak berani menentang mereka," katanya di Kuala Lumpur, hari ini.
Ku berkata pembantu rumah itu juga sempat melihat suspek menyelongkar bilikvutama sebelum mereka melarikan diri.
Ku berkata jumlah kerugian masih disiasat.- Bernama
Malacca DAP rep's car splashed with red paint...
The political violence which marred the run-up to the May 5 general election appears to continue unabated with DAP's Ayer Keroh state assemblyperson Khoo Poay Tiong this morning discovering that his car was splashed with red paint and pelted with a rock.
When contacted, Khoo said he discovered the back part of his Honda CRV, which bore the symbol of all three Pakatan Rakyat component parties, was covered in red paint at 7.30am.
"The back screen also cracked because it was thrown at with a rock," he said, whose car was parked in front of his home.
The porch of his Bukit Beruang residence was also stained in red paint.
Khoo said he and family were at home and they had gone to bed at around 1am but had not suspected anything amiss.
"We did hear something at that time but we did not expect something like this," he said.
'Possible political motives'
Khoo said he will lodge a police report later today and urged the cops to investigate the matter.
"As a politician, we handle many things. I'll let the police to investigate but I do not discount the fact that the attack was politically motivated," he said.
Khoo added that he did not rule out the possibly that the attack may also be linked to his involvement in the protest against the controversial closing down of Jonker Walk, a major tourist spot in Malacca.
In May last year, Khoo and several other state DAP leaders were also pelted with eggs and stones at an event that was supposed to feature Bersih co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan.
Ambiga cancelled her appearance following the threat against her safety.-malaysiakini
Thieves strike KJ's home in broad daylight...
Kuala Lumpur police has confirmed that a minister's home was ransacked by thieves yesterday.
Although the minister was not named, it is believed that the bungalow home belonged to the mother of Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
It is also understood that the Khairy and his wife were residing there, but were not around during the incident.
According to Kuala Lumpur CID chief Ku Chin Wah, the incident happened at 5.30pm incident.
There were three suspects, who arrived in a Proton Waja car, scaled the perimeter wall before barging into the house through the front door which was unlocked.
He said the suspects ran off with several laptops and watches.
"The minister and his wife were not at home and only their maid was around.
"The maid was too terrified to do anything. She said they also ransacked the master bedroom," he said in a press release, according to Bernama.
He added that total losses were still being investigated.
In May, the house of Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin's sister in Petaling Jaya was broken into. Losses were estimated at RM300,000.
A few days later, a younger sister of Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and her family were robbed at their home in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. The robbers escaped with RM5,000 in cash and valuables. -malaysiakini