Ain Husniza had made it to the headlines last month for standing up against her teacher who made rape jokes during their classes. Her stories had made it to the entire nation and she had gain the support of many to stand up against the teacher.
Recently, Ain’s father, Saiful Nizam Abdul Wahab had took it to Facebook to warn supporters of Ain to be careful while walking on the streets as one of her supporters had received a rape and murder threat from a stranger.
The man sends his threat in both English and Bahasa Melayu, and he challenged the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) to “come and catch” him as “no one” takes police seriously nowadays.
According to Malay Mail, Putrajaya district police chief, ACP Asmadi Abdul Aziz said that the suspect had been detained over the remarks he made was in his 20s. Nonetheless, the suspect had been released on bail following the investigation.
“The suspect, who is a recent university graduate from the United Kingdom was given temporary bail while the process of investigations is concluded, as during the movement control order, some involved agencies are required to work from home,” Asmadi said.
Meanwhile, Ain was called in to have her statement recorded too. Asmadi explained “The reason we called Ain in to have her statement recorded was to complete investigations concerning the report in Putrajaya which involves threats against the complainant only.”
He added that the case is being investigated under Section 507 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation by anonymous communication, and Section 233 of the Multimedia and Communications Act 1998 for improper use of network facilities or network service.
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