【视频】出手相救却惹祸上身!人权女律师被警延扣!

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人权律师西蒂卡欣被投报绑架他人女儿,结果遭到警方逮捕。

据了解,被西蒂卡欣“绑架”的24岁女子阿妮丝伊扎迪,疑遭到母亲的精神与肉体哦虐待,而西蒂卡欣则是私下将她带离其母亲。

西蒂卡欣在周四,从加影医院将阿妮丝带回她自己的住家,不过警方在周六晚到西蒂卡欣家要人,并指阿妮丝患有精神病,最后甚至破门入屋,然后将阿妮丝带走。

较后,西蒂卡欣到加影警区总部要求见阿妮丝,结果当场被警方援引刑事法典第363条文逮捕,此条文涉及绑架,同时警方也以相同法律的第186条文,调查西蒂卡欣阻止公务员办公。

西蒂卡欣事后在脸书发布视频,指警方将要逮捕她,而举报她“绑架”的人,正是该女孩的母亲。

在该视频,可见被关在隔壁房间的阿妮丝高喊:“那不是真的,她(西蒂卡欣)没绑架我,他们在骗人!”

西蒂卡欣接着向一名便宜警察喊叫,恫言将会起诉警方破坏她的家。一名女警走向西蒂卡欣,准备给她上手铐,在西蒂卡欣表明愿意配合后,才没上手铐。

“我尝试从疯狂的母亲手中,拯救这名女孩,但是警方却这样对我。”

“你们(警方)为何突击我的家?我肯定会向全国警察总长投诉。这名女受害者的阿姨也说了我没有绑架她,她还要我当她的律师。”

西蒂卡欣在脸书上载另一则视频,视频中有两名女子自称是阿妮丝的阿姨,她们都指控该女子被母亲虐待。

“我们要感谢西蒂卡欣帮助我们的外甥女脱离。”

她们还说,阿妮丝的母亲是她们的大姐,为人非常暴力。

伊斯兰姐妹组织活动经理莎丽娜透露,阿妮丝原本与她母亲同住在布城的住家,然而她在今年1月离家出走。

她说,阿妮丝在庇护中心住了一个月,并成功在一家律师楼找到工作,然后搬离庇护中心。

“不幸的是,她的母亲向警方以及雪州宗教局投报,指她女儿精神不稳定,也可能没有遵守伊斯兰戒条。”

莎丽娜说,宗教局在周四传召莎丽娜,当时莎丽娜已经被警方以精神有问题为由,带到医院接受治疗。

消息告诉《Malay Mail》,指阿妮丝在不愿意的情况下,被人强行抽取体液,过后西蒂卡欣就到医院。

“西蒂卡欣问阿妮丝是否想离开医院,当时西蒂卡欣就与警方产生争执,不过西蒂卡欣最后还是带走了阿妮丝。”

消息说,阿妮丝被母亲指说患有精神病的说法没有根据,因为阿妮丝母亲不曾带阿妮丝去精神病院治疗。

西蒂卡欣代表律师法哈迪瓦向《Malay Mail》说,到了周日凌晨1时50分,警方还在向西蒂卡欣录口供。

“警方与西蒂卡欣都很配合。”

母亲举报信仰动摇

事缘,A的母亲报案,指控自己的女儿精神有问题,而且“(伊斯兰)信仰动摇”。

另一名自称是A阿姨的女子则告诉《当今大马》,A的母亲虐待家人,包括她和她们的母亲都深受其害。

而据悉,A之前因为遭母亲掐脖攻击,而选择逃离住家。

A的阿姨也指出,A后来决定到西蒂卡欣住家暂住,而她一直跟A有联系。

女子昨晚二度被捕

她进一步指出,雪州宗教局上周四曾盘问A,而他们更把A带往加影医院接受精神测试,较后获得释放。

不过昨晚约8点,A再次向她和西蒂卡欣求助,声称执法人员试图硬闯她所在住处,即西蒂卡欣位于泗岩末达兰(Segambut Dalam)的住宅。

接着,当局把A带往加影警区总部。

西蒂卡欣昨晚8点05分推文透露,警方破门硬闯她的住宅并带走A,她对警方这种粗暴表现十分不满,更担心A的人身安全。

事发当时,西蒂卡欣正在雪州出席一项研讨会,而伊斯兰姐妹会的计划主任莎莉娜(Shareena Sheriff)也在同一个场合。

西蒂驰援反遭逮捕

莎莉娜指出,她跟西蒂卡欣闻讯赶赴加影警区总部后,警方要求西蒂卡欣进入一间房间,然后宣告要逮捕她。

A的阿姨指出,虽然她和其他两名姐妹当时也在场,但警方并不允许她们跟A见面。

据称,西蒂卡欣也不被允许会见其当事人A 。

《星报》报道,雪州刑事调查主任法兹尔(Fadzil Ahmat)澄清,他们是在阻差办公罪名下逮捕西蒂卡欣,并没有较早传闻的绑架罪。

“她是在刑事法典第186条文,阻差办公罪名下被捕。”

A 24-year-old woman named Anis Nur Izzaty is currently being held against her wishes at the IPD Kajang after she was forcibly taken by police from her lawyer Siti Kasim’s house in Segambut Dalam

Police officers reportedly broke into Siti’s home at around 8pm on Saturday night after a report by Anis’s mother accusing Siti of forcibly keeping Anis at her place.

“Police barged into her house around dinner time,”FMT reported a source as saying, who added that Siti was arrested at the Kajang district police headquarters after she went there to ask why her home was broken into by police.

According to Facebook Live videos by Suri Kempe, Programme Manager at Musawah, a global movement for equality and justice in the Muslim family, while Anis is clearly heard sayingthat “that’s not true, she (Siti) did not kidnap me,”Siti Kasim was arrested by police under Section 363 for suspected kidnapping, and Section 186 for obstructing a public servant from discharging his duties.

The Facebook Live video shows police refusing to give Siti access to her client.

Here’s the video that shows Anis saying Siti did not kidnap her

Anis, who is Siti Kasim’s client, can be seen in the video telling from behind a half-opened door, which is being guarded by a female cop, that she was not kidnapped.

At the time of writing this SAYS story, while the kidnapping charges against Siti have been dropped, police will be pursuing charges under Section 186 of the Penal Code against the lawyer

Suri Kempe, while speaking to this SAYS writer on phone from the Kajang district police headquarters, said that police are holding Anis against her wishes.

“They are not letting Anis go,” Suri told SAYS, adding that no one including her lawyer Siti or her family members who are there are being allowed to talk to Anis.

“There is no word on when the cops will let Anis go.”

Meanwhile, The Malaysian Feminist also posted about the issue, saying Anis had been in contact with some of the page admins informing them that she had been a victim of abuse by her mother

“She had told this admin personally in March this year that she sheltered with Women’s Aid Organisation, to escape her abusive mother.

“I also understand that her mother had made many allegations to the police and the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) against Anis, and Siti Kasim was merely helping to represent Anis as her lawyer to sort out the legal troubles Anis’ mother inflicted on her daughter,” read the Facebook postby The Malaysian Feminist.

It has been alleged that Anis’s mother claims her 24-year-old daughter is mentally unstable and that her aqidah is in question

According to a report in Malaysiakini, a woman who claimed to be Anis’s aunt said that her mother allegedly has a history of abusive behaviour towards her daughter.

Anis had reportedly moved out after allegedly being strangled by her mother.

The aunt said that on Thursday, after being questioned by JAIS, Anis was taken to the Kajang Hospital for a mental health assessment and was released thereafter.

The same was corroborated by one of the cousins on Twitter, who said that “Anis’s mother made numerous reports, all reports have been proven false and Anis has gone through numerous check-ups and urine tests too, all negative.

“She’s good and healthy. But still, her mother is ever ready to crush her life.”

According to the cousin on Twitter, Anis left her mother’s home January this year.

However, her mother made a report against Anis’s cousin’s grandfather, mother and aunty saying they teamed up and plotted to kidnap Anis.

The 24-year-old woman, however, stood her ground and lodged reports saying she left under no influence and it was her own will, the cousin tweeted.

Prior to Saturday night’s incident, Siti Kasim had shared details about Anis had reached out to her for help a couple of months back

“She is afraid of her mother who is domineering and controlling. She needs advice on whether she can leave her house and lead her own life.

“So, I told her that she’s an adult, she can do what she wants. So, she decided to leave her family home and got a job at a legal firm,” Siti had posted on her Facebook profile.

According to Siti, while Anis has lodged a police report after leaving her mother’s home in order to cover herself legally, “the police don’t seem to care about it.”