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  • ross1948 8:08 am on March 29, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Ibdonesia, jambretan, mob-justice,   

    Hurrah For Vina! Brave Girl Bags Bag-Snatcher! 


    It’s been a while since I wrote about bag-snatchers.

    There was a particularly awful case some years ago, here in Indonesia..

      • Jambret
      • Bag-snatchers – known as jambret in Bahasa Indonesia – are opportunistic. They see an easy  prize and grab i

    ….and more recently an appalling case of injustice in Spain.

    Justice Prevailed, Hero Not Jailed! Insane Spain… 

    But this Monday morn, it’s all good news, from a big city in Sumatra, called Palembang…

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    …where a good-for-nothing bum named Reynaldo snatched a young student girl’s bag and made off on his motor-bike.

    Ha!

    Vina, his victim, wasn’t such a push-over as Rancid Reynaldo evidently thought.

    She gave chase, and bumped him off his bike, whereupon good old-fashioned street-justice unfolded, a crowd gathering round the rat-bag bag-snatcher.

    Lucky for the villain, the police were quickly on the scene and placed him under arrest.

    https://m.jpnn.com/news/penjambret-tas-mahasiswi-ini-keok-ditabrak-korban-tersungkur-di-aspal-diamuk-massa

    For the benefit of overseas readers, I must explain that criminals apprehended by angry citizenry here have been known not to survive the crowd’s attentions.

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  • ross1948 8:30 am on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , jambretan, , , , , Street crime   

    Criminals Unleashed – To Be Replaced With Dissenters? 


    A  horrible story to wake up to, on this sunny Jakarta morning, a street robbery down in Kediri, East Java, a brave young woman killed after two biker thugs grabbed her mobile phone.

    Indah, 19 years old,was also on a motor-bike.

    She pursued the scumbags, but as she caught up, there was apparently a multiple collision – the victim of the robbery suffered a fatal head  injury.

    Street crime here can be met with street justice, but although a crowd got hold of one of the accused…

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    …the cops took him into custody. 

    Another escaped into a nearby field and is being hunted.

    You can use Google Translate to read the full story, if you are of a mind to.

    https://www.tagar.id/jambret-di-kediri-babak-belur-dihakimi-warga

    Tragic, but only one of many similar crimes.

    I’ve been informed of others much closer to home, related by reliable friends of mine, here in Jakarta, crimes committed in broad daylight, machetes brandished by predatory scumbags to rob honest citizens.

     

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    One has to ponder the possibility that the increase in street crime – admitted by the police – is not unrelated to the release of both convicts and undesirable aliens due to the virus crisis

    COVID-19: Indonesia releases more than 5,500 inmates, plans to free 50,000 – National – The Jakarta Post
    Apr 1, 2020

    And this policy is not unique to Indonesia. 

    While police in Britain and Australia and America and elsewhere are charging citizens who fall foul of ‘distance’ rules…

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    …some ‘NGO’ big-mouths are demanding that convicts and even illegal aliens should be unleashed!

    Australia –  Apr 13, 2020 · Human rights advocate Craig Foster calls for asylum seekers to be released from detention

    UK  – Home Office releases 300 from detention centres amid Covid-19 pandemic. Mar 21, 2020

    USA.  3500 California prison inmates will be released over coronavirus… Mar 31, 2020
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    …with all kinds of courts complicit in the ‘de-lockdown’ of evil-doers. 

    The question arises – if dissenters who defy lock-downs decline to pay their fines, will they find themselves in the prisons vacated by genuinely bad people?

     

     
    • Intan 8:39 am on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Most of us know or know about people getting trouble with criminals in Jakarta.
      I wish the criminals are still in prison. People are scared.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jim Ex Jakarta 9:40 am on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Morning, Ross.
      If they keep the jail-birds in jail, they are at risk.
      If they let them out, we are at risk.
      Not a difficult choice, IMHO.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rawel 9:48 am on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Too many preman (criminal) free to attack us.
      Not good.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Santi 11:29 am on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Criminals should be in jail!

      Liked by 1 person

    • JazPen 9:58 pm on April 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with all previous comments on this, my Indonesian friends tell me that we are lucky to be shut indoors after dark.
      Robberies all over the place.
      Those locked up should stay locked up.

      Liked by 1 person

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