One out of the five ‘missing’ people, Peter Chong has been ‘found’!
Well, the police found out that he is not even lost after all, but went on a trip to Thailand without telling anyone.
That made some people went hysterical about his ‘disappearance’ and made all kinds of theories including conspiracy theories.
Some accused that he was abducted and openly blamed the Malaysian Police and the government for his disappearance, only to find out that he was on a trip.
So, they all went crazy over nothing, putting the blame on the innocents, pointing fingers to who ever they wish and condemning the authorities; and did all that for nothing!
That is the mentality of some people from the opposition parties, who are fast to blame others especially the government and the authority for everything without investigations.
So, since it is proven that they had wrongly accused others and the authorities, are they going to issue an apology?
.::Report by Free Malaysia Today::.
PETALING JAYA: The former aide to a PKR MP, who was said to have gone missing since April 5, has been found and has returned to Kuala Lumpur, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar announced today.
“Missing Peter Chong is back from Pattaya this afternoon,” Khalid said on his Twitter account, while congratulating the police force.
Police took a statement from Chong at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport before he joined his family members about 2pm.
When contacted, Kuala Lumpur police chief Amar Singh Ishar Singh, said Chong told police he had gone to Hatyai with the intention of meeting his source who was to reveal more information on the disappearance of Pastor Koh Keng Joo.
Upon reaching Hatyai, he claims he was abducted and brought to Pattaya.
Upon release, he said he contacted his son who bought his return ticket home.
On Wednesday, Khalid had said police had information that Chong had crossed the border into Thailand at the Bukit Kayu Hitam checkpoint.
Chong, a former aide to PKR MP Sivarasa Rasiah, was said to have disappeared days after he related on Facebook about his conversation with a stranger, who warned him to be more careful in the wake of several cases of missing activists.
Chong’s son, Darryl, had lodged a police report on April 8 after attempts to contact his father failed. A task force was subsequently formed to look into Chong’s disappearance.
Chong’s disappearance came after the widely reported abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh, as well as the cases of Pastor Joshua Hilmy, his wife Ruth Hilmy and Perlis-based social acitivist Amri Che Mat.