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04 Jun 2014

Benarkah @PDRMsia Tidak Ambil Berat Kehilangan Warga Britain Gareth David Huntley di Pulau Tioman ??? cc @Zahid_Hamidi @NajibRazak

Berita di media antarabangsa kadangkala tidak semua tepat. Mereka ada agenda tersendiri dan dengan kehilangan warga asing di bumi Malaysia sudah tentu pelbagai tohmahan dilakukan. Seperti isu MH 370 dan terbaru kehilangan warga Britian seorang sukarelawan di projek penetasan penyu 'Juara Penyu' di sana.

Laporan polis kehilangan beliau telah dibuat pada Khamis 29 Mei 2014 jam 2.13 petang mengikut laporan Mstar 

Satu artikel telah diterbitkan di link berkenaan kehilangan warga Britain bernama Gareth David Huntley di Pulau Tioman pada 27 Mei 2014 yang mengkritik pihak polis Malaysia yang didakwa tidak bertindak dengan sewajarnya.

Berita tersebut :

Friends of a British man who went missing while enjoying a paradise island adventure in Malaysia have criticised local authorities' half-hearted attempts to find him.

Gareth David Huntley, 34, has not been seen for four days, since he set off to find a hidden waterfall from the turtle sanctuary at which he was a volunteer.

A search party from the turtle refuge failed to find him, but the authorities have scarcely lifted a finger to help, claimed a friend.

Sophie Wilson said: "Nothing has come from the authorities. As far as we aware the police were informed and haven't been doing anything. They have been incredibly lethargic.

"They've said that they are performing a search but all evidence on the ground suggests that they are just not taking this seriously.

"They are not providing this with the resources that it needs."

Huntley, from London, was staying on Tioman Island, off the east coast of Malaysia, at theJuara Turtle Project.

Police were told he was missing on the second day after his disappearance, but did not send out a search party.

Concern about the pace of efforts to find Huntley were echoed by his family, who have had no contact at all with the Malaysian authorities.

Mother Janet Southwell said: "I am extremely concerned and anxious about my son.

"He has been missing for four days now, and as yet I have had no contact from any official agency advising me as to the progress of the search.

"At this stage I feel it is essential that the search be intensified as time is running out for Gareth, so I would really appreciate the support of the Malaysian Authorities and the UK government."

The UK Foreign Office said it was providing assistance and support, and friends have set up aFacebook page campaigning for more effective action.

berita ini telah diterbitkan pada May 31, 2014 11:10 BST

Manakala Kenyataan Polis berhubung kes tersebut telah disiarkan di link :

KUANTAN: The police are trying their best in the search for a British man who went missing in Pulau Tioman on Tuesday, but can only do so much before calling off the search, said Rompin OCPD Deputy Supt Johari Jahaya.
He said a canine unit and the General Operations Force had been deployed to look for Gareth David Huntley, 34, but there was still no sign of the man.
"We are also getting help from the locals to look for him.

Mengikut laporan lain di : bertajuk : 
Family thanks British PM, Putrajaya as search for missing Briton intensifies – Bernama 

A professional search team is now being deployed, including 10 paramilitary operations commandos, five police officers, three canine guides with two dogs and three civil defence officers.

An 8-strong fire rescue team, two marine patrol boats, and one helicopter were also deployed.

Maknanya polis kita sudah melakukan usaha terbaik untuk menjejaki kehilangan warga asing Britain ini dan tidak seharusnya ia dijadikan alasan untuk mengkritik polis kita yang pasti telah berusaha sedaya mungkin untuk menjejaki kehilangan beliau secara misteri ini.

Kadangkala ada kes bertahun tahun baru dapat diselesaikan bergantung kepada petunjuk terbaru dan ia tidak ditutup begitu sahaja.

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