a soft and small voice whispered in the darkness of the night
"iya lah itu lintang"
a quick reply from someone beside him, a lady wearing black hijab, on her early forties.
"eh baru main2 dgn dia tadik"
a sad whisper
"lintang dh x der"
uttered in a very melancholic tone and voice
"mintak maaf makcik, tiba tiba dia melintas tadik"
a guilty tone came from a man driving his black ancient car.
"x per x per angkat mayat die ke tepi"
a solemn reply from the lady
with his hand bare hands, a friend who watched the murder of Lintang was aked to remove Lintang's body away from the road
a partner in crime where all he did was clean all the shits away and leave no proof of crime and assured alibi for the evil deeds they did.
based on the movie Donnie Brasco, this man himself should be considered as the man with connection aka the man with the man, the mastermind, the bravest, the low profile gang member yet powerful.
in Young and Dangerous, Chicken is a huge resemblance of him.
In the black Donnellys, he is Tommy Donnelly...afterall, he, himself admit that somewhere in his genes and his mind, he is an irish at heart.
It's the story of murder we talk about here, a murder at the street, in front of Lintang's own crib where his/her famiy saw the body idle, dead.
It was never an intentional murder, it was an accident, but, whether it is an accident or not, the guilt fulfill the atmosphere.
for the guy who removed the dead body away, he did it right, with full of respect in front of Lintang's family member.
Lintang will be buried by the lady sometime tomorrow.
for the guy who commit the crime, he was forgiven but yet, god knows what hell did he deal with deep inside him!!
Monsters remain human beings. In fact, to reduce them to a subhuman level is to exonerate them of their acts of terrorism and mass murder — just as animals are not deemed morally responsible for killing. Insisting on the humanity of terrorists is, in fact, critical to maintaining their profound responsibility for the evil they commit.
And, if they are human, then they must necessarily not be treated in an inhuman fashion. You cannot lower the moral baseline of a terrorist to the subhuman without betraying a fundamental value. -Andrew Sullivan