MB claims he only said: "Gimme your camera". Perak MB has come under fire from journo bodies for the incident. He deserves it. Read h e r e.
I voted in Perak during the March general election and am responsible in a tiny way for putting Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin where he is today in the Pakatan-ruled state. So I'm telling the MB that ordering the picman to hand over his camera is not the way to treat journalists. If he needs a crash course on how the Press works, I may give it to him for free.
At the rate he and his colleagues are treating the Press in the country, our Press freedom index will nosedive.
As for photographer Nazri, he should count his lucky stars if he MB does not sue you for millions, which seems to be the trend among some politicians these days.
Friday, November 14, 2008
In Perak, MB says he did not seize camera
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