Friday, August 21, 2009

Royal Commission on MACC most appropriate

It is still a mystery for everyone as to how an aide of a Selangor state executive councillor, Teoh Beng Hock could have plunged to his death from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters in Shah Alam. Letter reveals top MACC man, politician collusion

44 comments:

  1. Malaysian Sabahan & those who believe in justice go here join us in the mourning for Teoh's return home and you won't be wrong for justice!

    The MACC Officers are racist and they should be judged!

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  2. 我们都了解,为你的离去哀痛。
    你是一个好汉,年轻的好好上路,安息吧

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  3. No point to set up a royal commission if they are not royal.What happen to the MCA guys, i thought they represent all Malaysian chinese, why not a single word from them or they are witing for instructions from their towkay to return from oversea.

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  4. Are we just learnt from Idi Amin, only now, he had done this in Uganda approx 35 years ago.

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  5. 赵明福的离奇死亡是不可思意的,他是在反贪污调查官长达几小时盘问后,就这样离开这个世界!除了皇家调查委员会,没有其它机构有足够的公信力,查个水落石出,给社会一个交代。

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  6. The time has come perhaps that we should consider a nationwide boycott of MACC and force the Government to disband this questionable and controversial law enforcement agency and substitute it with one appointed by our King and answerable only to Parliament.

    At present,MACC is answerable only to the Prime Minister who can use it against the Opposition.

    Questions are lingering in the minds of fellow Malaysians.Can MACC and the Police now guarantee the safety of a Human Being while being question in their premises or for that matter while in their custody?

    Read more in my blog http://advocateviews.blogspot.com

    My heartfelt condolences to the family of Teoh Beng Hock.

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  7. People all around the world are angry and hurt by the incident MACC is trying to deny. SAPP must take lead to have a signature drive to demand for justice and condemation of MACC all of whom involved should be suspended pending investigation and trial.Some um-no extremists who utter stupid comment must be made to apolozise or else resign from the high posts they hold. Everybody is in danger when macc is free to act as they like.

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  8. What is the use of offering condolences using his (PM) rep. to the family of late Teoh Beng Hock.

    Teoh is dead...too late, your agent MACC had him killed!

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  9. Thank you Datuk Wong YM,SAPP Treasurer-General for with Beng Hock & righteousness.
    Share this clip MACC Downfall Parody with YBhagia Teck Lee and your people. Don't you see any possible conspiracy out there? We had heard many "abuse" cases in Sabah too! Digg....them to liberalise our nation.

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  10. Would it be a possibility to wsport a black t-shirt on Merdeka day and turn around when our PM starts talking?

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  11. JULY 20 — I read with disbelief — and not to mention, a certain degree of disgust — your article titled"Kematian Teoh timbulkan pelbagai spekulasi politik" which appeared in your newspaper yesterday.

    It is a measure of the depth of the racialist pit which you are in and the extent of your warped mind that such an article was published by you, a newspaper which, in your own words, "is able to stimulate the minds in pursuing information where is the primary source for economical success" (my loose translation of "akhbar yang dapat merangsang minda dalam mengejar arus maklumat yang mana pengetahuan adalah sumber utama untuk kemakmuran ekonomi" as stated on your website). But then again, coming from you, whose sister paper is in the NST, I suppose, is not surprising. In fact, it should have been expected.

    First of all, thank you for telling us that it was an "accident". You said, and I quote:

    "Apabila mangsa kemalangan pula orang bukan Melayu, yang sebelumnya disiasat orang Melayu, bertambah hebatlah spekulasinya."

    I thank you because earlier, we were all made to believe that it was a possible suicide. It seems that you know something which we, the stupid and gullible people of Malaysia, don't seem to know. As you have quite clearly and categorically labelled the incident as an accident, I would be grateful to death (pardon the pun) if you could fill me up as to how the accident happened; who were involved and why it happened. Did the deceased sleep walk while he was sleeping on the settee at 6.30am?

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  12. cont...d You seemed to take objection that this incident has been politicised. You also deemed it totally improper for some people to use the incident to gain political mileage. I am surprised at how shallow your journalistic power of observation is.

    Allow me to tell you this. And I am going to use bold letters, just in case you missed the point. THIS IS A POLITICAL MATTER. The deceased was the political secretary of a DAP representative. DAP, the last time I checked, was a political party. And the last time I checked too, the deceased's boss was a member of the Selangor State Legislative Assembly.

    So, in the first place, it was, and still is, and will be a political matter. You cannot run from that fact.

    You spoke as if no other party has politicised matters which have got nothing to do with politics in the past. Your political master has even gone to town using the royal house as a political gimmick in Bukit Gantang. And how about Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's private life? Since when has a man's behaviour in bed or on a certain mattress become political capital? How about the act of buying cows for sacrifice on Hari Raya Aidil 'Adha, for the obvious benefit of the poor and impoverished? Is that political? And what about the call for the ISA to be abolished? Some people even said that ISA was a "Malay right"!

    So please, spare us this seeming and sudden journalistic naivete. Spare us this whole stupidity. We are not stupid.

    The next thing that I wish to say is this. Why are you bemoaning the fact that this "accident" has been politicised and used to gain political ground when it is obvious that such political manoeuvring and posturing would not have happened if such an "accident" had not taken place at all?

    It is regrettable that in this day and age that our state agency could still treat citizens like some worthless piece of flesh and bones. It is like the state is a gangland, ruled and managed by fear, where dungeons and hooded men abound, ready to interrogate in the darkness of night.

    Why have you not asked why such an "accident" (I just love that word) had to happen in 2009 in our country? Why have you not championed the rights of the people, since you proudly proclaim that you are a newspaper which is able to stimulate the mind. Whose mind are you talking about? Your own mind? Are you stimulating the mind or the emotions? Or do you actually know the difference?

    What I find most objectionable is your attempt at turning the issue into an anti-Malay leadership issue. While you bemoan the fact that this sad "accident" has turned into a political issue, it does not behoove you to shout and scream that the very same issue is a racial one. Two wrongs do not make one right.

    Yes, the deceased is a Chinese man. But most and foremost is the fact that HE IS A MALAYSIAN. Every death in custody, regardless of race, creed and breed, will be a tragedy and will be treated as tragic by we Malaysians. A. Kugan, an Indian, also died in custody, with horrific injuries or marks of injuries. Malaysians of all races denounced that. Malaysians of all races wanted the truth. When Nurin Jazlin Jazimin and Sharlinie Mohd Nashar were kidnapped, the whole of Malaysia was outraged.

    The whole of Malaysia is outraged not because the victims are Indians, Chinese or Malays. Or are you too blinkered to know that? The outrage stems from the fact that the victims were seemingly treated in an inhuman manner, in a manner which is almost animalistic in nature. The whole of Malaysia is grieving. Do you think only African-Americans grieved the death of Michael Jackson? Or are you too busy with your racial study to notice?

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  13. cont...d And what is this about the non-Malays challenging the Malay leadership? In your own stupendous journalistic inquiry, you asked:

    "Kenapa Menteri Besar Selangor, seorang Melayu, meragui kebolehan orang sebangsanya bertindak dengan tulus dan adil?"

    Huh? My teenage daughter would ask, "Wassup with you dude?" Or "Can I have some of that thang (sic) which you are obviously smoking?"

    First of all, all of us, and that includes those politicians whom you are accusing of politicising the "accident", do not have a clue on who the officers in charge were. Nobody knows their identity, let alone their races. Good God! What are you trying to do? Turn this into a Malay against the world issue? Quite obviously, no?

    The truth of it all is this. If you still have no clue, let me tell you. IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT RACE THE GUILTY PARTY IS (if anybody is guilty at all). The people will still feel outraged even if the party involved is a Ghanaian who works for MACC! Get that?

    It is a shame. I was pleased to note yesterday that the PM has taken the trouble to express his regret that someone has died, that a life has been lost. He even conveyed his condolences. He even sent his political secretary to visit the family. The DPM has now not discounted the establishment of a royal commission. Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein has undertaken to supervise the investigation personally. Suhakam has said it will commence an investigation. Whatever may be the result and effects of all these promises is unknown. But I would take them all on face value. I feel pleased with the humane approach. It just shows that, at least, the PM, DPM and the home minister actually saw a tragedy above politics.

    And it is a crying shame that you, Berita Harian, have to overshadow the fresh air of humanity emanating from our leaders by the publication of that article of yours.

    Shame on you!

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  14. I read with emotion about SAPP's DTK Wong Y Ming demanding for a Royal commision to investigate the death of the late Teoh Beng Hock who was found dead at MACC's premisses. Salute to those like SAPP who dare to voice up to demand justice for innocent Malaysian Citizen, be it Malay, Chinese, Dusun, Indian or any race. Why those cowardice angkat kaki like Pie rin, Sotong Yee MC, Stupid chin t min,lousy vk and this hypocript gang keep quiet. Don't they have feelings for the family who lost a son to their master bn um no controlled agency? Shame on you running dogs. The people will judge you when the day comes.....

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  15. "This is a question of death you know. People want to know. I want to know. How could it happen? To a witness, who is going to give evidence and he is not even a suspect over the spending of RM2,400. Some people with millions of dollars, they get away with it and are not called for investigation."

    The following is a transcript of TMI's conversation with Ku Li.

    给 KULI 一个掌声!
    Thumb up for KULI!


    "In Sabah too have many hidden cases under carpet too,right?"

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  16. Thank you Datuk Dr Chua Soon Bui.
    We need more women MP and YB like you to support Teoh's and his family.
    Let's together with sabahan put in action for justice here.
    This really non-political but a cry from many malaysian.

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  17. aiya, itu orang babi bin khinzir toyol pun dalam MACC committee, itu sebab orang toyol ini tidak takut MACC walaupun dia sapu duit rakyat habis-habisan.

    Kalau PR punya kes, tipu satu sen pun MACC datang tangkap.

    Kita semua orang sabah tahu bah TAPI Tuhan lagi tahu niat orang syaitan ini. Tak lama orang macam toyol ini akan dapat GIFT dia dari Tuhan. Tunggu dan lihat saja!

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  18. Hello all,

    Invitation to visit my blog at www.sabah-4life.blogspot.com, maybe you will find something use full info there. For English, just go to English label.

    Thanks.

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  19. 明福之死衝擊國陣

    趙明福身亡,首相拿督斯里納吉為改革所做的一切努力或將付諸東流。

    雪蘭莪州行政議員歐陽捍華的政治秘書趙明福,於7月16日被發現死在馬來西亞反貪污委員會雪州辦事處所在大樓下方。根據報導,他之前通宵達旦被反貪委員會連續調查了十個小時。

    他屍體被發現的那個下午,警方迅速宣佈沒有證據顯示存在任何不法行為。在反貪委員會近期對雪州議員積極展開的調查當中,明福根本不是一位嫌疑犯。讓大家更痛心的是,明福早已決定於隔天與未婚妻註冊結婚。

    由於公眾對警方、反貪污委員會及整個聯邦政府缺乏信任,社會各界呼籲成立一個獨立委員會,詳細調查本案的種種細節。當悲憤逐漸淡化,反貪委員會將成為千夫所指。人們會要求國陣解釋為何不必為警隊及反貪污部門的改革失敗負責。

    由於只有策略性的改革及靈巧的政治動作,卻對聯邦政府機制的衰敗視而不見,民眾的質疑只會有增無減。即使多次在補選中敗北,國陣依然只把在野黨的勝利歸功於民聯共主拿督斯里安華及盟友的明智策略,而不把它當成國民為了爭取廉潔及可信賴的政府做出的吶喊。

    指責國陣最近的措施只不過是策略性的粉飾櫥窗,而非真誠的改革的輿論將逐步擴散。即使民聯之前曾面對困擾,但明福的冤案將對他們失望的支持者提供了新的焦聚。

    不像最近其他在警方扣留發生的命案,這次在雪州反貪污委員會喪命的,是一位踏足政治的青年。他的命案將帶來巨大的政治影響力,在未來學生必須為考試而複習的歷史中,也將成為一個重要的里程碑。

    因此,這是個重要的歷史轉折點。在未來一段很長的時間內,「緊記名福」將成為重要的戰鬥口號。

    如今,球在納吉腳下。如果他有意進行外資、股權以外的改革,他必須將放下黨派爭議,掌握時機,展現理解廉政及專業素養的領袖風範。粉飾櫥窗 避重就輕

    明福的冤案太大了,要掃到地毯底下不容易,若不認真調查,將難以杜絕民怨。民間更期望政府拿出勇氣,確保類似事件將不再發生。

    不用說,1998年政改運動爆發以來出現的諸多年輕活躍份子,必對趙家感到深切的同情。除非清楚調查此案,不然他們的疑慮將揮之不去,因為任何人都可能面對相同的下場。

    就在悲劇發生之前一天,國陣還誇口說在瑪力勿萊補選只以65票的微差落敗,顯示了民意的鐘擺又開始回到了國陣。根據獨立民調中心的民意調查顯示,納吉的滿意度逐漸攀升。明福的身亡提醒了國人,警方及反貪污委員會急需的改革還未開始。這更壯大了民聯支持者努力為改朝換代而奮鬥的決心。

    明福的冤案告訴大家,國陣的改革避重就輕,對警方、司法制度及反貪污機制的改革依然視若無睹。只要繼續漠視此項任務,國人不會重視其他粉飾櫥窗的改革。連國陣成員黨也發現,他們必須對政府施壓。

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  20. Who heads this Commission and thus appoints the panel remains to be seen what kind of Commission this will turn out to be. I propose Ku Li be appointed to head this RCI. He in turn will use his wisdom to appoint the appropriate people to the panel

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  21. Bloodless corpse fell from MACC building....

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  22. Selangor police chief Khalid Abu Bakar today said that an inquest to probe the circumstances surrounding political aide Teoh Beng Hock's death will be held from July 29 to Aug 12.

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  23. More and more one byone even from UMNO will move over.....!

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  24. 自从纳吉上台后,一宗比一宗惊心动魄的事件在大众眼前呈现。巴生自贸区丑闻,赵明福突然离奇死亡等,再加上他原有的包袱,人民不仅要问,他的内阁团队,如何出理这些案件?给大家一个满意的答案。人民最不原意看到处理各种案件的双重表准。最近他的同僚KuLi在记者访谈中说:国家石油应该缴付吉兰丹州5%石油税,就像缴付砂劳越,沙巴和丁嘉楼5%石油税一样,他不明白为什么联邦政府没有缴付吉兰丹州5%石油税?这不是KuLi第一次发表跟国阵/巫统不一致的言论,尽管这位巫统元老政论鲜明服人,纳吉的团队似乎无动于中,KuLi还是孤掌难鸣,不过最后遭殃的可能是巫统。

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  25. The moving over to PR is to little to late! The Selangor government will be overtaken soon and Anwar cannot do anything because of his court case. He has missed the September 2008 target and so one by one the states will fall that we do not need a GE13. If we have a GE13 UMNO knows they will lose, so what to do? Take over the PR states and skip the election. With Anwar in jail and no really succession in place - UMNO will stay in power and will have 2-3 majority to change the constitution the way they need it to stay in power for ever. Thats the plan. Prove me wrong! PLEASE!!!

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  26. To: Anonymous July 26, 2009 10:31 PM
    "The September 2008 target" was a game to use PR and SAPP to force our previous PM to retire.

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  27. The Police Force & MACC take things into their hands. What is our Lawyers Associations doing??? Only they can change tomorrow. JUSTICE ???

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  28. What is this when I filled up govt form i still have to state my RACE??? 1 Malaysia??? Still have to state RACE to distinguished between 1st class, 2nd & so on.....
    You tell me -BULL SHIT?????????

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  29. to July 27, 2009 4:51 PM

    Did it help? NO! Did someone think Najib would be easy? No!

    Anwar lost his momentum and will lose Selangor if the internal audit is not done in a jiffy! Najib will do what is ceccessary to thay where he is now!

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  30. Read Malaysian Insiders News


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    Bila kacang lupakan kulit — Dr Mohd Ridhuan Tee
    OGOS 2 — Saya dikecam hebat, apabila salah satu laman blog menyiarkan semula artikel saya minggu lalu dalam Mingguan Malaysia, bertajuk “Nasib Melayu di bumi Melayu”. Saya dituduh penulis upahan Umno, lupa asal usul diri, lebih Melayu daripada Melayu, Cina tidak sedar diri, rasis dan berbagai kecaman dilemparkan oleh golongan ultra kiasu ini.

    Saya mengucapkan terima kasih atas yang respons. Saya tidak berhasrat memberikan respons, kerana malas melayan idea-idea picisan yang menyerang peribadi dan tidak langsung menampakkan mereka ini profesional. Orang sebegini tidak layak dilayan, biarlah mereka terjun dengan labu-labunya.

    Lagipun saya tidak pasti sama ada mereka faham atau tidak, artikel yang saya tulis dalam bahasa Melayu, atau mungkin juga mereka lebih memahami bahasa Inggeris atau bahasa ibunda, daripada memahami bahasa kebangsaan itu sendiri sehingga mereka tidak faham apa yang saya maksudkan.

    Begitu juga dengan akhbar Cina, China Press dan Nanyang Siang Pau berniat jahat dengan secara sengaja memaparkan sebahagian kecil artikel saya berkaitan Teoh Beng Hock, mengenai anak luar nikah yang dikandung oleh teman wanitanya. Sedangkan simpati dan pembelaan saya terhadap mendiang tidak disiarkan langsung.

    Ini menunjukkan betapa rasisnya akhbar Cina. Saya dituntut oleh keluarga mendiang untuk meminta maaf. Terus terang, saya tidak perlu meminta maaf kerana saya berkata benar. Bersekedudukan sebelum nikah adalah haram di sisi agama apa sekalipun. Kenapa agama Islam sahaja yang dipersoalkan, adakah agama lain menghalalkan perbuatan sedemikian?

    Sebelum memeluk Islam, saya dahulunya pernah menganut agama Buddha dan Kristian. Kedua-dua ini mengharamkan sama sekali bersekedudukan sebelum nikah. Apakah kita mahu menghalalkan perkara ini sehingga menjadi budaya masyarakat kita? Apakah kita mahu ia turut berlaku kepada anak atau adik-beradik kita?

    Justeru, bila saya menulis, saya selalu meletakkan diri saya sebagai rakyat Malaysia atau bangsa Malaysia, bukannya orang Cina. Ini bertujuan supaya pandangan saya tidak berat sebelah atau bias. Jika orang Islam melakukan kesalahan saya akan tegur, begitu juga yang lain.

    Adakah kerana hanya saya berbangsa Cina, maka saya patut selindungkan sesuatu keburukan yang berlaku pada bangsa saya? Sudah tentu tidak kerana saya perlu berkata benar. — Mingguan Malaysia

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  31. Did you read this?? WOW!!!!!!!! Thats an increase! I want my one as well but boss says NO! Cannot!

    Sabah assemblymen give themselves 66pc pay rise
    By MUGUNTAN VANAR and RUBEN SARIO


    KOTA KINABALU: Sabah assemblymen unanimously approved an approximately 66% increase in their monthly salaries, from RM3,300 to RM5,300.

    They also approved an increase of more than RM1,000 for the Chief Minister and his cabinet ministers as well as for the State Assembly Speaker, assistant ministers and political secretaries.

    Under the amendment to the Members of the Administration and Members of the Legislative Assembly (Remuneration) Enactment 1981, the Chief Minister’s salary was revised from RM14,300 to RM15,730.

    Simiarly, the salary of the Deputy Chief Minister was increased from RM12,500 to RM13,915, under the amendments tabled by Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister Datuk Radin Malleh.

    Tabling the Bill at the Sabah State Assembly, Radin said the salary increases were necessary due to the higher cost of living.

    The largest increase was for members of the Assembly whose salaries jumped by RM2,000.

    Under the amendment, the salaries of ministers and the House Speaker were also revised from RM9,900 to RM10,890 while that of assistant ministers and the Deputy Speaker were also increased from RM7,700 to RM8,470.

    Political secretaries would now be taking home RM3,630 a month, an increase of RM300.

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  32. Do you want to treated to this?
    WATCH VIDEO ON MACC ANIMAL TACTICS!
    MACC CRIMES

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  33. video clip on brutal beating of detainee showed the animalistic, sadistic, inhuman officers....

    anyone knows who these bastards are?

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  34. Only a denial fool won't hear the abuse conversation and act by those 'officers'!

    what right to treat a person like that,not even to animal!
    why deny .....didn't those men abuse by repeating words 'ini pol... tau!' and see them in cruel action?
    why deny possible ways also use and make a strict rule for any person to abuse right of individual in his hand?
    Surely many cases for those who had experienced such a 'treatment' and is wise to stop it for Malaysia not to become 'well known'!

    why after the video clip and instead of using clue to get those men or 'officers' who had abused and condemned 'police' name, wouldn't our PM and leadership be too silly not to use common sense?
    why RPK was summoned to inquiry by police in his past 'video' shown in the blog and the 'video shot' was removed,isn't that a foolish way?
    Souldn't be thankful to this blogger
    who do the similar positive post again?

    Enough is enough and please let make change to gain trust of people by plurking off or punish those 'bad heads'in whereever department.
    Don't always shut the door and stop the right action of bloggers or persons who bring you the issue.
    It should be thankful to them instead because by that only higher respect of 'standard'for your service will be achieved, right or wrong honorable?

    'Malaysian really are too sick and sad' nowaday......and change yourself rather than making 'hard' excuse to deny!

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  35. Too worry of wrong doing and mentally cause by consciousness of bad attempt.Why worry for "irrelevant" accusation by creating more trouble?
    Certain responsibility is a must on the any similar possible (yet to confirm but with Inquest etc) treatment since death happened while a person is retained in your custody,don't you agree?

    Non-politically, most Malaysian will remember and make a 100% total change in near time if no change to them still with cruel abuse! It has become a shame in history for us to tell.

    Just like that had shown in video, any person may die later if not immediate due to torture and injury.

    Put yourself in victim's position and some may die immediately by fighting back!? Many such similar inhumane encountering to witness out there.

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  36. In the news again for the wrong reason!

    http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/280407,malaysian-student-forced-to-smoke-42-cigarettes-as-punishment.html

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  37. 'Teoh could have been dragged'
    Aug 13, 09 12:42pm

    A police forensics expert today did not rule out the possibility that political aide Teoh Beng Hock could have been dragged before he was found dead.


    Chief Inspector Mazli Jusoh, 31, told this at the inquest proceeding after being shown scratch marks on the deceased's right shoe.

    Lawyer Malik Imtiaz Sarwar: “Do you agree that the scratch marks have an important implication?”

    Mazli: Agree

    Malik: Does this mean the deceased could have been dragged?

    Mazli: No. Usually, if someone is dragged, the signs will not be on the sole of the shoes. If the person is dragged from behind, he would use the heels of his shoes to struggle.

    Malik: What if he was dragged sideways? Is there a possibility?

    Mazli: Yes

    The inquest has been adjourned till tomorrow.

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  38. Friday, 14 August 2009 11:01
    By Guan Sin

    Of course we would not demand the transport minister concerned to resign over this stupid mistake, for choosing the wrong mode of transport for his transport needs from the wrong party. “Mana boleh tahan,” you would shout. Integrity and accountability come into question.There are simply many many ‘mana boleh tahan‘ for the rakyat to swallow here.

    The longer this sandiwara between Kuala Dimensi bosses and transport minister Ong Tee Kiat drags on, the more it strengthens public perception that Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) is merely a political tool to go after the opposition only. Why the silence? Even way way back when the scandal of Port Klang Free Zone was exposed years ago, what has MACC done? NOTHING! And here it involves billions of ringgits of public funds, not just mere thousands of ringgits as in the cases involving opposition excos. And now even after all the details emerged from PwC audit reports and accusations made by both sides, MACC stays silent. The MACC advisory panel members should seriously think whether or not they can make a difference by staying on with MACC.

    This is the rakyat’s first ‘mana boleh tahan‘ – MACC’s inaction and becoming a political tool for the BN.

    Read more at: https://airkosong.com/_/2009/08/14/a-transport-minister-who-uses-the-wrong-transport-mana-boleh-tahan/

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  39. Kapar member of parliament S Manikavasagam today lodged a police report at the Brickfields police station over the mystery letter which appeared at the Teoh Beng Huat inquest on Wednesday.

    He arrived at the police station at 11.15am accompanied by his political secretary M Shanmugam.

    In his report, the Kapar MP named Selangor MACC deputy chief commissioner Hishamuddin Hashim and ex -MB Khir Toy, the personalities allegedly involved in the letter.


    "These are serious allegations and I want the police to investigate them," said Manikavasagam (centre in photo), explaining that the letter also appeared to be authentic and not just some poison pen letter, as was the case with the one he received regarding the Sujatha inquest.

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  40. 巴生自贸区丑闻越爆越烈,民众要知道的是真像,对国阵两成员党领袖的私人纠缠没有兴趣。纳税人的钱,不能白白付诸东流。前首相PahLah,原本要捉的18条大鱼,一条一条都逃的无影无踪。他的前任老马,对付大鱼的手法也差不多一样。这回民众试目以待,政府如何对待自贸区丑闻。

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  41. An obituary printed in the London Times - interesting and sadly rather true.

    "Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has
    been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since
    his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be
    remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

    - knowing when to come in out of the rain;
    - why the early bird gets the worm;
    - life isn't always fair; and
    - maybe it was my fault.

    Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more
    than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in
    charge). His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but
    overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6-year-old boy
    charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from
    school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding
    an unruly student, only worsened his condition.

    Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job
    that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children.
    It declined even further when schools were required to get parental consent
    to administer sun lotion or an aspirin to a student; but could not inform
    parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.

    Common Sense lost the will to live as the churches became businesses; and
    criminals received better treatment than their victims.

    Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar
    in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.

    Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to
    realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her
    lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.

    Common Sense was preceded in death by his parents, Truth and Trust, by his
    wife, Discretion, by his daughter, Responsibility, and by his son, Reason.

    He is survived by his 4 stepbrothers;
    I Know My Rights;
    I Want It Now;
    Someone Else Is To Blame; and
    I'm A Victim.

    Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone. If you
    still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do
    nothing."

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