Run Jamal Run!! – Once UMNO’s Most Notorious Gangster, Jamal Now Lives In Fear

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May 31 2018
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He would be called in whenever Najib Razak needs to rally ethnic-Malay support, to intimidate the ethnic-Chinese, to insult the Christians or Hindus, or simply to bribe voters. But those happy days are over after Mr. Najib lost his throne in the 14th general election on May 9th. Now, without his boss protecting him, gangster-for-hire Jamal Md Yunos is like a headless chicken.


Karma is a bitch, and Mr. Jamal is left cracking his head in disbelief how his fortune is taking a dive for the worse. He was once untouchable, even invincible, and could go around beating people or flashing his gun at anyone he disliked. Today, he is reduced to hiding in oil palm estate – living a life worse than refugees – with fears of being thrown into jail.


While it’s unclear if his video – recorded in an oil palm plantation – was nothing but a drama to fish for sympathy, his trouble with the police is real. Cops have confirmed that the infamous UMNO thug is being probed over nine cases, including 3 cases which he was slapped with while he was undergoing medical treatment at the Ampang Puteri Medical Centre.

Red Shirts Mohd Ali Baharom - Ali Tinju - and Jamal Md Yunos

Jamal Yunos - Smashing Beer Bottles

Hours after he was charged last Friday, Jamal went missing while bail documents were being prepared. He was facing one charge for causing a public nuisance by smashing beer bottles with a sledgehammer in front of the Selangor state secretariat building and two charges related to firearms and rioting. After more than 30 hours, he reappeared, only to disappear again.


Jamal had claimed his first disappearance was just a misunderstanding because he thought he didn’t need to sign any documents before the bail is processed. Yeah, right. He also said he needed to rush to Tabung Haji to withdraw cash to settle his bill. His escape from police custody was an embarrassment to the Royal Malaysia Police, arguably one of the most corrupted institutions in Malaysia.


Police was forced to launch a manhunt for Jamal, who is one of 191 UMNO divisions chief. Before the stunning and humiliating defeat of Barisan Nasional coalition government, the police would normally look the other way regardless of the type of nuisances caused by Jamal. But with the new sheriff in town, the police have no choice but to do their jobs.


Now, he has gone into hiding for the second time because apparently, Mr. Jamal felt he was a victim of certain people who had ordered the police to “target him in any way possible”. In fact, the gangster was so fearful for his life that he demanded Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to guarantee he would not be mistreated if he surrenders.


It’s quite amusing why Jamal needed to hide himself as if he was some kind of ISIS terrorists or drug lords like Pablo Escobar. He was actually a dumb gangster who thought highly of himself because he gets to rub shoulders with ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak. In fact, he thought himself as the Godfather of underworld because the police dared not touch him.


At the peak of 1MDB scandal in 2015, the corrupted and disgraced Najib Razak paid and endorsed Jamal Yunos, as the Red Shirts leader, to terrorise the capital Kuala Lumpur. The plan was to intimidate Yellow Shirts peaceful demonstrators. It would take foreign superpower – China Ambassador to Malaysia Dr Huang Huikang – to intervene and prevent racial riots at Chinatown, Petaling Street.

UMNO Red Shirts - Jamal Md Yunos

Red Shirts Rioting at Petaling Street

A mobster for rent, Jamal was a Form-5 dropout who used to be a burger seller at Sentul and a drug-pusher. His subsequent business ventures in restaurant (Restoran Ikan Bakar Sekinchan) and reconditioned luxury car sales (IBM Automobiles) suffered huge losses due to over-pricing. A womaniser and an arrogant thug who has offended even the underworld bosses, he carried a gun wherever he goes.


Last year, the mobster and nine of his followers were arrested for gang robbery and trespassing at an entertainment outlet. Police were investigating him under Section 395 of the Penal Code for gang robbery, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years’ jail, or a whipping, or both, upon conviction. However, because Jamal belonged to the inner circle of Najib, he walked away scot free.


Of course, Jamal, aligned to Selangor UMNO liaison committee chief Noh Omar, another big time gangster, was actually using “raiding illegal gambling dens” as an excuse to establish and redraw the gangland territories – for themselves. Yes, both Jamal Yunos and Noh Omar were involved not only in gangsterism but also robbing underground business such as illegal gambling.


Jamal Yunos and Gang – Raids Entertainment (Gambling) Centre

The list of Jamal’s crimes is actually more than the police can count and compile. And he could be looking at years of imprisonment, the real reason the drama queen is whining, crying and bitching about possible mistreatment. But his biggest problem isn’t just smashing beer bottles or flashing gun to intimidate the public. His current misfortune is just the beginning.


During the 14th election campaign, Jamal, on behalf of Najib Razak, openly distributed cash to voters in Sekinchan to buy votes. Attendees to Barisan Nasional campaign were bribed with RM50 each, not to mention a promise of RM2,000 each to fisherman and RM1,000 for each Sekinchan household. There was also RM25,000 cash prize given out by Jamal for a lucky draw.


Based on the Election Offences Act 1954, Jamal is looking at potentially jail term of 2 years or a fine between RM1,000 and RM5,000 or both for each of his bribery stunt. And he had done the same bribery drama even in the 13th general election in 2013. Multiply the punishment by the number of times he bribed the voters and Jamal is looking at a very long time in jail.

Jamal Yunos - in Jail


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