Why must the police take Anwar so hastily?

Anwar was arrested by the police at about 12.55 pm outside his home. He has just returned from assisting ACA’s investigation on the IGP and AG and was about to go to IPK to assist investigation on the sodomy allegation against him.

Now, his arrest is not surprising. The question is why do the police need to do it in such a haste?

Does Anwar pose any clear and present danger to sodomize Mr Shaiful Bukhari or other “sweet young things” out there?

Is Anwar a clear and present danger that may tamper witness or obstruct justice?

Or, is he a clear and present danger to the BN government that he has won the Malaysiakini opinion poll after the televised debate on fuel hike?

If the answers to all the questions above are negative, then, the last possibility: there must be some negative correlation between the IQ and seniority in the police force.

If not driven by real security concern or political motive, would any smart police officer decide that Anwar must be arrested even before – rather than after – his investigation?

Given the poor credibility of the police and judiciary, already few would believe that Anwar may get a fair investigation and trial. Now, does anyone need any more convincing?

One response to “Why must the police take Anwar so hastily?

  1. I’m also seriously questioning the timing behind this arrest. Very suicidal of BN.

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