Friday, November 12, 2010
Bt Panjang Gang Attack..6 More caught, total 12!
[ Photo: Shin Min Daily news ]
Breaking News Story
Nov 12, 2010
BUKIT PANJANG ATTACKS
Six more suspects held
By Jermyn Chow
SIX more people were arrested on Thursday in connection with two armed attacks in Bukit Panjang which left seven youngsters injured on Monday.
The men, aged between 19 and 25, were collared after officers from the Secret Societies Branch of the Criminal Investigation Department carried out raids in Balestier and Bukit Batok.
It brings the number arrested over Monday's attacks to 12.
A 20-year-old man, Jayasiva Shangar Guru, was slashed by a group of tanned-skinned youths armed with parangs and choppers at about 10pm at Block 418, Fajar Road. The group is believed to have then attacked six teenage boys at Block 505, Jelapang Road.
The 20-year-old is in hospital with injuries to his legs and back. The others also needed treatment.
Earlier the same evening, a group of youths kicked and punched a tanned-skinned teenager near the spot where the slashings later took place. It is believed all the attacks could be linked.
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Unk Dicko's Comment:
The Police crackdown has started. Round the clock investigation by various police agencies has reulted in the speedy identification of these scumsbags who should be TAUGHT A LESSON THEY CANNOT FORGET FOR A LONG, LONG TIME .
Kudos to our hardworking field officers for this !
I hope they and our Division police officers would NOW come down hard on these S S elements
wherever they are. Even if they are lying low, which many will do, identify them, go to their houses, knock on the door, pull them out from the safety of their hideouts. When residents see all this happening, their spirits will be uplifted.
When gang members realise there's a BIG CRACKDOWN going on...widespread across all corners of Singapore, this year's end of the year S S Recruitment at all schools and neighbourhoods will be very muted.
And that will help all schools in the new year when the new Sec One intake begins.
Unk Dicko has been dealing with and countering this problem for many years...most successfully! Normal policies in school for reigning in these SS elements do not work at all.
The strategies and methods I'd used cannot be shared publicly for obvious reasons.
If the MOE is really bothered and interested in solving some of this eternal problems,
they know how to get in touch with me...seriously speaking.
The Govt has always said and often repeatedly, " those who have retired have much to contribute with THEIR WIDE EXPERIENCE, SKILLS, TALENT, KNOWHOW . Their experience should be tapped. "