Confusing crime figures


Is the crime rate going up or down? How can we be sure? Martin Jalleh sums up the recent confusion with another pictomentary.

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najib manaukau
22 Jun 2012 3.40pm

It is said that when you lie you have to lie again to cover the lie and it keeps going and going. No figures furnished by the home ministry can be accepted because to begin with they don’t even remember what the given figures were hence a difference set of figures are given subsequently. This is Malaysia especially the home ministry, headed by am uncooked and to stop these shambles from going on just vote these Umno morons out of their ivory tower once and for all times in the coming GE !