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RPK’s son pleads guilty to stealing

SHAH ALAM, 19 May 2009: A 32-year-old son of blogger Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin pleaded guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to four counts of stealing and possessing stolen goods, worth RM17,870.

On the first count, Raja Azman Raja Petra, 32, from Bukit Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh near here, was charged with stealing a black Yamaha RXZ, registration number BJQ 9597 belonging to a production operator, Mohd Syaiful Setapa, 24, at No 65, Jalan Batas 2, 19/6B, Section 19 here at about 9.30am last 20 March.

The second charge was for breaking into Mohd Syaiful’s house and stealing the victim’s wallet, which contained his identity card, RM20, road tax, ATM Maybank and BSN cards, and driving licence at the same address, time and date.

On the third count, Raja Azman was charged with stealing a Nokia handphone, a Seiko watch and a motorcycle chain, all worth RM3,850, belonging to a student, Saipul Adli Mohamed Yunus, 21, at house No: 16, Jalan Sastera, U2/1K Section U2 here at about 10am on 24 April.

Raja Azman, who was arrested on 6 May, was also charged with possessing a stolen motorcycle, worth RM6,000, belonging to student Ahmad Firdaus Jalaluddin, 23, infront of house No: 3, First Floor, Block 1, Apartment Kinrara Court, Puchong near here at about 10.40pm last 5 May.

Magistrate Norkamilah Aziz set bail at RM10,500 in one surety for all the charges and fixed 19 June for sentencing.

Deputy public prosecutor Siti Syakimah Ibrahim prosecuted while Raja Azman was unrepresented. — Bernama

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One Response to “RPK’s son pleads guilty to stealing”

  1. Gopal Raj Kumar says:

    Another display of privilege being unable to cope with a society where people have to think about what they do and work for a crust.

    As if Raja Petra Kamaruddin is not an imposition enough on the rest of the community, especially on those who aspire to the better things in life through a mixture of inspiration and perspiration. His son has to now offer himself up as an unnecessary and unwanted reinforcement of everything his father’s detractors like yours truly say of the Raja senior is true. A usurper of public morality and the aspirations of those who struggle to be free.


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