Malaysian police lost 44 firearms

AP I MYS MALAYSIA POLICE DAY PARADE

I suppose in comparison to an airplane full of passengers, what’s 44 guns lost in the big scheme of things? Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman does not see any need for further investigation.

More information here.



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  • Never thought this tragedy would make the news on our humble blog. My thoughts and prayers go out to those who have been affected by this terrible occurrence.

  • Cahal

    Having read the report 44 guns over three years is careless but how did they lose 29 vehicles ? rather hard to drop or mislay ?

  • Edgar

    They lose there own airliner now lose there own arsenal how sad that is for no I say pathetic country.

    • Not as sad as your spelling, punctuation (or lack thereof), and absence of good character.

  • Frank J

    I’m Malaysian and to point out more info of the guns they lost accounted. They mentioned probably the guns are under the sea !!!

    Of my 27 years observations, they (The Government of Malaysia) always bring out low(lame) excuses to cover the problem they wasn’t able to resolved.

    I’m also puzzled over the lost guns during land patrol ends up in sea.

    Source: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/zahid-backs-igp-agrees-missing-guns-likely-in-the-sea
    http://news.malaysia.msn.com/malaysia-news/zahid-igp-ticked-off-over-%E2%80%9Cidiotic%E2%80%9D-guns-lost-at-sea-explanation

    As the lost flight, I’m sorry for those families who had to going through the painful process.

    • Madcap_Magician

      Maybe the Malaysian government has also heard of the Tragic Boating Accident story.

  • Matrix_3692

    As a Malaysian studying abroad in China, i have to say, in these days, there’s an awkward feeling around whenever you introduce yourself as a Malaysian.

    Especially after the MH370 incident, where my position has just became quite embarrassed.

  • Anton Gray Basson
  • engjin

    They follow Philadelphia’s inventory protocols? Their chief had the same reaction when fully auto Vietnam surplus M-16’s went missing.

    • LCON

      As long as they don’t follow Somali army SOP and sell them openly on the streets well in FULL UNIFORM

  • Dick is a Dick

    Oy vey! Where could those guns have gone to, surely no one would want to steal such things?!

  • gunslinger

    Que the “No Politics” slogan

    ok i’m done.

  • Rokurota

    No one’s said it so I will! ***Muzzle discipline!*** Done.

  • rocketman21

    There really is no cure for stupid. These so called leaders are bizarre.

  • Al
  • Madcap_Magician

    In other news, the Malaysian government has recently announced that agents from the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives will no longer be welcome as training partners for local law enforcement agencies.

  • T78

    Welcome to Malaysia. The Earth’s biggest Lost and Found.

  • mikewest007

    44? Pah, that’s nothing. Polish police once lost 100 firearms at one time (pistols phased out of service and scheduled for destruction) and, lo and behold, those “lost” pistols have been found to have been sold to an organized crime group.
    I’d say you can’t hit shit with a P64, but then, there are folks who did.