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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Cops arrest 'public nuisance' Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos

KUALA LUMPUR - Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos has been detained by police for alleged trespass and theft at entertainment outlets. 

The arrest took place at his home in Ampang here Thursday, three hours after plainclothes policemen had surrounded his house. 

Jamal, who is also Sungai Besar Umno chief, came out of the grounds at 3pm riding a motorbike, then waved at everyone including his neighbours. 

“It’s all fine,” he told his neighbours. 

He was then taken to a police car and driven to the Ampang police station. 

An unnamed police officer at the scene was unable to confirm the reason for the arrest, but added that a thorough report will be provided. 

Jamal had earlier scheduled a press conference for 3pm outside the Ampang police station. 

The press invite said 12 of his supporters had been detained following his public complaints on illegal gambling in Ampang Jaya. 

In December, Jamal and his Red Shirts supporters carried out "raids" on suspected illegal vice dens. - the Star

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