Police took Nathaniel Tan of PKR away for questioning, without providing any reason at all. They entered his office at about 4.45 pm today, and told Tan to follow them to the Bukit Aman police headquarters. The policemen also requested that Tan bring his notebook computer with him. It is believed that he is being questioned on matters relating to certain postings on the Internet.
Nathaniel is a 27 year old graduate from Harvard University. We began to know each other last year and became good friend. Early this year, I recruited him to work under KeADILan’s Information Bureau.
Image from Mob's Crib 
This is truly a sad day for democracy in Malaysia. Nat had never being subversive nor acted in anyway that would have threatened the security of the nation. How could the authorities be so misinformed? Democracy is dead!
Detained blogger's colleague John thinks that the establishment is trying to make an example out of Nathaniel  for “those who dare to make a difference”.
There is also some speculation  that one of Nathanial's post earlier this week  (about an ongoing spat between the deputy internal security minister and the inspector general of police) might have caused the detention.
UPDATE: It seems that the police is looking for information on a comment that was left on Nathaniel's post  on mentioned above. 4896 has an update on his blog .
Nathaniel's younger sister Cheryl is logging the latest developments  on her own blog.
Links to bloggers talking about Nathaniel:
The Sensintrovert 
Reduced and Recycled 
Lucia Lai 
Rocky's Bru 
Susan Loone 
Jeff Ooi 
Politics 101 Malaysia 
Bullets of Quills and Ink