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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Utusan Stupid Reporting

Bodoh tetap bodoh.

That is none other than stupid and idiotic reporting by UTUSAN, the UMNO bodoh punya surat khabar. Licked a** paper of the Barisan Nasional. I hope UTUSAN is reading this. Oops maybe they fail to understand England punya language, maybe should just translate it.

Kepada UTUSAN aka surat khabar UMNO,

Mengapakah kamu ni bebal sangat. Macam mana lah nak jadi surat khabar nasional sekiranya laporan tak tetap. Oh mungkin I dah lupa, sepatutnya laporan yang tak kena barulah lapor. Saya fikirlah lebih baik masuk sekolah baliklah supaya boleh menjadi lebih tanggungjawab. Oleh kerana laporan kamu, orang yang tak bersalah kena tangkap.

Bodohnya Utusan.


Utusan error sends Teoh’s best man back to cops

Lip (right) speaks to reporters outside the district police headquarters. — Picture by Jack Ooi

By Neville Spykerman

SHAH ALAM, July 25 — A witness in the ongoing investigations into the death of Teoh Beng Hock was recalled by police to have his statement recorded over discrepancies in an Utusan Malaysia news report.

Woo Chuan Sing told the media last Thursday that he last spoke to Teoh on the morning of July 15, when the political secretary asked him over the telephone to be his best man for his wedding.

However a report in Utusan Malaysia quoted Woo as saying that he spoke to Teoh on July 16, the day he was found dead at Plaza Masalam.

Teoh"s body was found on a balcony at the fifth floor of the building at 1.30pm. He was questioned earlier by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) which is based there on the 14th floor.

The MACC maintains Teoh was only a witness who it had finished questioning at 3.45am.

Lawyer Lim Lip Eng, who accompanied Woo to the Shah Alam district police headquarters, told reporters the police could have clarified the point over the phone instead of making his client return.

“Police should have called in the reporter to clarify the issues since it’s the newspaper which misreported the facts,” the Segambut MP said.

According to the investigating officer, the police have completed 90 per cent of investigations into case, he added.

An inquest into Teoh’s death, which has been classified as sudden death, is scheduled to start on Wednesday.

A royal commission of inquiry is also being set up to probe MACC procedures and to determine if Teoh’s human rights were violated.

A Piece of S***

This blog, that purports to tell all about corruption in DAP Selangor and hiding under an anonymous blog is making me wanna puke. There is no sense of responsibility and accountability on what this blog is doing. I just don't know whether its real or just wanting to defame some Selangor EXCO members.

As such the Advocate is giving 24 hours from today (1.30pm 25th July 2009) to the anonymous blogger to reveal himself and lodge a proper complaint to the police or the MACC (hmmm can we trust the MACC now) against the EXCO concern for a full investigation or else what ever he post in his blog is nothing but malicious lies discreditting good people.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Message from Hannah

You are not alone, Hannah. I am with you.

So many people have been telling me just how frustrated they are with the current political situation in our country. Some have told me that they regretted voting for change because of the political instability now and would prefer returning to their old style of voting - vote for stability and forget about having a stronger opposition and greater check and balance. I shudder at the thought of this!

One needs to remember the reason why we are seeing such great resistance for change is simply because there is much to lose for those who have been in power for so long. For decades there has been so much abuse of power, unchecked misuse of public funds and plain dirty corruption. With a stronger opposition now, they stand to lose their illegal sources of income and some may even be charged and sent to prison if they are found guilty.

With this in mind, they will fight at all costs to reclaim back power and to ensure they can continue to steal public funds from the people for their own enrichment. We are not just dealing with differences in politics; we are combating evil forces who will not rest till they secure back their powers and illegal sources of income.

Sometimes I feel equally frustrated and disillusioned about the political situation too. Sometimes I lie awake thinking of how to effect change in this land. Some days I cry while driving in between meetings thinking of what's left for the future generation in this land if we give up now.

I have endured much verbal attack from political enemies, accusation after accusation of me not doing anything for my constituents and etc. No one truly understands the resistance we face daily in discharging our duties except for my fellow PR assemblymen.

Robert Kennedy once said ‘*Progress is a nice word. But change is its motivator and change has its enemies.*’ Our enemies are resisting change but we must stand firm and continue to push for a competent, accountable and transparent government.

At the end of each day, as I lay myself to sleep, I ask God for strength, wisdom and protection to face the next. I look forward to the end of the term when I can tell the people of Subang Jaya that I have remained clean and have not stolen any of the taxpayers' funds.

As reminded by Raja Petra in his blog "*Please continue your struggle to make Malaysia a better place for our future generation. This country belongs to them and it is for them that we struggle.*" All hope is not lost. Come the next election, vote out the corrupt once and for all. Hang in there supporters and friends, the best is yet to come!