guilty until proven innocent?

"The government says that people should not blame the MACC for death until the investigation is over, but we say that until they can prove who killed Beng Hock, the MACC should be held responsible for his death."

Lim Kit Siang, DAP adviser, told reporter after attending a candlelight vigil held by PR members and supporters outside Plaza Masalam on 16th July, 2009, after a janitor found Teoh Beng Hock's body, political secretary to Selangor executive council (exco) member Ean Yong Hian Wah, the Seri Kembangan assemblyperson from the DAP, on the fifth floor of the building at about 1.30pm.

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  1. for now only got 2 popular theory:

    1) some said after the long 11 hours stressfull MACC investigation, the next-week-hubby-to-be teoh's mind get hi-wire and committed suicide by 'terjun tiruk' from the 14th floor and managed to be dead at 5th floor.. so they said its a police case..

    2) there another story.. during the MACC inhumane investigation, they beat teoh to death, then they throw teoh's body out from the building, but get stuck at 5th floor.. the janitor found it during lunch hour, and go straight to police without first reporting to the boss or the security guard.. and they demand royal commission..

    what is this?
    two stupid fairy tales..
    well done!

  2. extract :The Selangor plan was simple. The Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, and a few of the Selangor State EXCO Members would be arrested for corruption. They would be held a day or so in the lockup and then dragged to court to be charged. The trial would be speedy so that their resignations or disqualifications would come fast. And that would be the end of the Pakatan Rakyat Selangor government.

    The modus operandi would be the same as what they did to Anwar Ibrahim in 1998. One need not actually receive money or benefit financially for it to be regarded as corruption. Even if your office is used in what could be perceived as an abuse of power or you personally instruct someone to ‘do something’ -- even if it does not involve money or financial gain -- that too would be considered corruption and you can be sent to jail.

    So the MACC was instructed to build a case against various people in the Pakatan Rakyat Selangor government, from the Menteri Besar down to his team of EXCO Members. And to implicate these people in corruption the junior officers would be hauled in and forced to make statements that their bosses instructed them to ‘do certain things’. This would be the ‘evidence’ they use to arrest and charge the Pakatan Rakyat leaders.

    We must remember, Anwar Ibrahim was arrested, charged, put on trial, pronounced guilty, and sent to jail for six years in exactly the same manner. All they needed to do was to get the Special Branch to ‘reveal’ that Anwar had instructed them to ‘interfere’ in a police investigation. And that was strong enough evidence to send Anwar to jail.

    This whole thing came out in Anwar’s trial back in 1998 although many did not understand the implications at that time. The Special Branch officers testified that Anwar had summoned them to his office. And in Anwar’s office they engaged in a conversation. And the conversation involved Anwar asking the Special Branch to help force the witness, Azizan Abu Bakar, to retract his allegation of sodomy.

    is wee choo keong a trojan horse to down the pkr goverment ?


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