Last edited by contaxable; 4th March 2008 at 08:47 PM.
did they search the longkangs or not
no such thing as a formidable wall
Last edited by aloyyolaaloy; 28th February 2008 at 10:56 AM.
If the same thing were to happen in Japan, USA, Hongkong or even Malaysia, the media would have had a field day and the authorities would be put to task as to how they had allowed someone so important to escape from probably a maximum security detention centre. I have scrutinized all the local newspapers and TV channels and saw nothing questioning the escape. Have I missed anything?
wonder what this would be like if it happened in our neighbours.
You'll Never Walk Alone! - i have the best job in the world!
wah.. how could this happen ? i tot our prison systems are the best in the world ? morever this guy is a top wanted criminal.
Last edited by raincool2005; 28th February 2008 at 11:22 AM.
He literally limped out of a high-security force ..... .... my believe is that he can make himself invisible thru black magic (a la David Copperfield), probably back in Indonesia lim kopi now.
Last edited by Canonised; 28th February 2008 at 11:26 AM.
always the Light, .... always.
why wasn't he tagged with a movement signal transmitter ? i mean u saw in movies they tagged top criminals with a chip, their movements are tracked by satellites.
actually, why can they just use the simple RFID thingy that you see in departmental stores and library..
talk about innovation... or they simply can't believe that anyone would dare to escape from detention.
should organise a photo contest see who can get a photo of the fugitive on the run before he get caught!