Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Raja Petra Personal Image Tranished

This is bad. Son of RPK, Raja Azman Raja Petra is being detained by the police for theft cases. RPK has a lot to answer for. RPK himself is immune to police custody and saman menyaman but this is yet another big big obstacle. And it has become personal. BN leaders are probably grinning from ear to ear as they can make this issue really personal and insulting. RPK is now push to the limit to pull out excuses to deflect incoming insults from all direction.

Raja Azman Raja Petra, a son of Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin, pleaded guilty to four separate counts of theft, receiving stolen property and criminal trespass.

Raja Azman, 32, who was dressed casually in a pair of blue jeans and a T-shirt with the word “Russia” on it, appeared before magistrate Norkamilah Aziz here Tuesday at about 11:30am.

In the charge read out to him, he was accused of stealing a Nokia mobile phone, a Seiko watch, and a bunch of motorcycle keys, all worth about RM3,850, belonging to student Saipul Adli Mohamad Yunus, 21, at No 16, Jalan Sastera, U2/1K, Section U2, Shah Alam, at about 10am on April 24.

He was also accused of stealing a Yamaha 135 LC motorcycle worth about RM6,000 from student Ahmad Firdaus Jalaludin, 23, at the same location and time.

He admitted to the alternate charge of being in the possession of a Yamaha 135 LC motorcycle worth about RM6,000 with the knowledge, or with cause to believe, that the motorcycle was stolen property.

Raja Azman also pleaded guilty to another count of motorcycle theft, this one of a Yamaha RX2 worth about RM8,000, at 9:30am on March 20, at No 65, Jalan Batas 2, 19/6B, Section 19, Shah Alam, belonging to operator Mohd Syaiful Setapa, 24.

Lastly, he was also charged with breaking in into a house at No 65, Jalan Batas 2, and stealing Mohd Syaiful’s wallet containing his identification card, RM20, road tax, Maybank and BSN ATM cards and his driver’s licence.

If convicted, he faces a jail term of up to 10 years, with a fine.

Magistrate Norkamilah set bail at RM10,500 in total, with one surety for each charge. She fixed June 19 for sentencing.


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