Saturday, July 23, 2011

Allow the communist to roam free

Interrogators known for their brutal methods

PETALING JAYA: Teoh Beng Hock's interrogators have been known to apply intimidating approaches during interrogation, the RCI report said.

It also said Teoh had to bear the weight of abusive and intense interrogation because he was the vital and sole link between Ean Yong Hian Wah and the contractors and suppliers for the projects and programmes.

“During his interrogation, Teoh had to face MACC interrogation heavyweights like Arman the bully (who would manipulate his witnesses to obtain evidence), Ashraf the abuser (who was Machiavellian in his method to secure evidence) and Hishamuddin the arrogant leader (who would have no qualms in lying as long as his ends were achieved, regardless of the means employed).”

MACC officer Arman Alies had also interrogated Teoh.

The report said despite the habitual denials by the MACC officers-cum-interrogators, it could be safely concluded that their interrogation methods ranged from earnest and intensive questioning to psychological intimidation and physical threats.

“Since this had been their approach, there was no reason to believe that Teoh had received less aggressive treatment as compared with the rest.”

These intense stages of interrogation, the report said, must have created serious doubts in Teoh's mind with regards to his actions in relation to his duties as Ean Yong's political secretary.

“Finding no viable strategies to surmount the hurdle of accusations levelled, he found himself unable to escape from the suffocating quagmire in which he was trapped,” it added.

“Since the window on the 14th floor (of the Selangor MACC office) was either open or could be easily opened and it was conspicuous and easily accessible near where he was on the sofa outside Mohd Nadzri Ibrahim's room, Teoh would have found that the only way for escape from the torment he was undergoing was by jumping out the window, even though it meant taking his own life,” it said.

Taken from The Star

Suggestions not to brutalise criminals or those indulging or helping criminals

1. The interrogation should be made in a 5 star hotel in a hotel suite where those interrogated can rest in a king sized bed if they are tired.

2. The interrogators should talk softly to the criminals and their cohorts so that they will not be stressed. If the criminals feelings are hurt, they can take legal action against the interrogators.

3. When chasing criminals, the police should not carry a gun but just carry a knife so that criminals can shoot them to death since the criminals human rights are more important than
those upholding the law.

4. Criminals interrogated should be served 5 star hotel food so that they will not be hungry due to the long hours of the interrogation.

5. The police and the military should be disbanned so that the communist can roam free and kill the Malays as they like.

6. Let Lim Kit Siang become the Prime Minister so that the opposition will not say that there are lack of freedom to voice out their dissatisfaction so that Malaysia will be a second Singapore.

If TBH was murdered, the gangsters in DAP did it

Teoh's family rejects findings; mum adamant he was murdered

ALOR GAJAH: The family of the late Teoh Beng Hock has refused to accept the Royal Commission of Inquiry's (RCI) findings that the political aide had committed suicide.

Teoh's mother Teng Shuw Hor, 58, insisted her son was murdered.

“I will not accept that my son would take his own life.

“My son was murdered,” she said when met at the family home at Taman Seri Kelemak here yesterday.

Teng said her family was not convinced with the findings and insisted that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) must be held fully responsible for Teoh's death.

“I cannot be patient. Whoever took him there (to the Selangor MACC building) must be held responsible,” she said, adding that those named in the RCI report must be prosecuted for murder.

The Star attempted to speak to Teoh's fiance Soh Cher Wei but she declined.

However, Soh, through an SMS in Mandarin, thanked the RCI for “allowing her to dream for several months”.

“(Now that) I have been slapped on my face, it is time to wake up,” she wrote.

In Kuala Lumpur, Teoh's younger sister Lee Lan, 31, told reporters that while there might have been evidence of “torture”, there was none that pointed to him having committed suicide.

“As a family, we cannot accept the conclusion of the report. It is not an answer for us,” she told a press conference at family lawyer Karpal Singh's office.

She said the report did not indicate what happened to her brother.

“My brother was not weak,” she added, in reference to her brother being called weak-willed.

Karpal said they would study the report in detail before deciding on the next course of action next week.

He said they were not discounting the possibility of applying for a juidicial review to challenge the findings of the report.

“The findings are shocking and unacceptable to the family. They want justice done,” he said.

Taken from The Star

People who will commit suicide will not tell their mother that they are going to do it because their mother will stop them from doing it.

So, it's normal that Teng Shuw Hor did not believe that Teoh Beng Hock had committed suicide.

But if TBH was really murdered and not committed suicide, I am sure that the goons in DAP had done it to cover up their illegal activities.

They had more to lose out if TBH opened up his mouth and be SPRM's witness and divulging their illegal activities.

Therefore, TBH's family is siding with their son's murderer by accusing the authorities of being responsible for the death of TBH when the real culprits are the person their son had been working for.

The Chinese are known to be doing businesses which are illegal such as massage parlours hiding up their real activities of providing hookers for their clients, selling pirated DVDs or VCDs and many more which maybe we do not know.

Now there are a movement which is so bold to show to the public that they are re-activating the communist revolution in Malaysia when the news on the television showed them wearing t-shirts of the past communist leaders when they are brought up to court when they had been apprehended for carrying dangerous weapons, t-shirts bearing the faces of the communists leaders and communist propaganda leaflets.

Those acts proves that there are some subversive quarters who are trying to revive communism which had been declared illegal in Malaysia where the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) had been disbanned.

Those who are doing this subversive acts should be caught by the police and charged with the harshes of the law.