Man hands over possible MH370 debris, personal items to DCA

http://www.thestar.com.my/ KUALA LUMPUR: Blaine Gibson, the man who has been helping in the search for flight MH370, handed over debris and personal effects he found in Madagascar to the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) on Tuesday. The 59-year-old American said the debris and personal effects could have come from the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 Read more about Man hands over possible MH370 debris, personal items to DCA[…]

Nur Jazlan: Smuggled guns used in shooting incidents

http://www.thestar.com.my/ JOHOR BARU: The firearms used in the recent shooting incidents were believed to have been smuggled in from neighbouring countries, said Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed (pic). He said the firearms were smuggled in by groups to be used for criminal activities. “In all of the cases, the firearms used were unlicensed Read more about Nur Jazlan: Smuggled guns used in shooting incidents[…]

Malaysia wants MH17 investigations to identify perpetrators

http://www.thestar.com.my/ KUALA LUMPUR: On the second anniversary Flight MH17’s downing, Malaysia is appealing for the speeding up of the criminal investigation report on the incident. Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said Malaysia was committed to bringing the criminals to justice, so identifying the perpetrators was the primary objective. “Upon the completion of the Read more about Malaysia wants MH17 investigations to identify perpetrators[…]

Inform police of any suspicious activity, urged Najib

http://www.thestar.com.my/ PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has appealed to the people to cooperate in the country’s fight against the militant threat. The Prime Minister said the people should inform the police if they knew of any suspicious activity. “We are in an era of globalisation. In a borderless world, whatever happens elsewhere can spread Read more about Inform police of any suspicious activity, urged Najib[…]

Malaysia fails to improve in anti-human trafficking watchlist

http://www.thestar.com.my/ KUALA LUMPUR: For the second consecutive year, Malaysia remained on the United States watchlist on human trafficking, while two Asean countries were upgraded in the ranking. US Ambassador to Malaysia Joseph Yun (pic) said while Malaysia has made progress in passing amendments to the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act to include Read more about Malaysia fails to improve in anti-human trafficking watchlist[…]

Private investigator, pointing to video, helps exonerate man after spending 6 months in jail

KEW GARDENS, Queens — With the aid of video evidence, a private investigator helped a man be exonerated Thursday after he spent six months in jail for allegedly illegally selling a gun to a federal agent. To the left, a man captured on surveillance video allegedly selling a gun illegally is pictured. (Credit: Private investigator Read more about Private investigator, pointing to video, helps exonerate man after spending 6 months in jail[…]

Police seek to legalize private investigators

By Lee Kyung-min  | http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/ A group of senior and retired police officers have set up an organization in a bid to legalize private investigators, according to police, Sunday. This is the first time that former and incumbent police officers are seeking to allow private detectives in Korea, while previously demands have usually come from the Read more about Police seek to legalize private investigators[…]

Could private investigator help find missing Caroline woman?

By KEITH EPPS | http://www.dailyprogress.com/  It’s been about six and a half months since Katelin Akens’ luggage was found in a Spotsylvania County ditch. Spotsylvania authorities still have no idea whatever happened to her. “The case is still open and we have a detective who is actively working on it,” Sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Pearce said. “We’ve Read more about Could private investigator help find missing Caroline woman?[…]