Saturday, July 23, 2011


This posting, prepared on Thursday, did not see print as my notebook crashed. Apologise for not posting for two days.

So Beng Hock “was driven to suicide”!

They exploited his “weak character”!

The MACC trained their goons well?

Not really!

They picked their bullies well and let them loose.

You don’t need special skills to be a bully.

Your POSITION “legitimizes” bullying to break a victim.


When you employ all nefarious means like forcing someone to stand on a window ledge and it ends in a death, are you an accomplice who contributed to that misadventure? Is that 2nd degree murder.

The RCI confirms that they have to relook the methods used by MACC?

Is that all that a ROYAL Commission can pronounce?

Will they just ask MACC to revise their interrogation techniques or

Recommend that court actions be instituted against the guilty officers.

Maybe we are hoping for too much, knowing the pusillanimous stance that is taken when a government agency has fingers pointed at them.

Let’s not waste time and our money on these royal dog and pony show. GET RID OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL and the conniving PDRM and MACC will be powerless. Take away the power of NFA from the AG and you will have a judiciary that will toe the line and not call recesses to await further instructions.

AND, with the pussy-footing going on in our judiciary, it is time to bring back the JURY in Bersih 3.0?


Anonymous said...

Bersih 3.0?
Heck, I'm already looking forward to Bersih 4.0


Frogger said...

The RCI is a sham. Whether or not TBH is weak or strong, the question remains. He died under the interrogation by MACC. Now that it is exposed that the 3 officials acted in an aggressive manner, then MACC IS responsible for the death, whether it is suicide or otherwise. However, the RCI did not address the various injury marks found on TBH’s neck and body. They could have been the direct cause of death and NOT suicide. Stating suicide is the most convenient way to pass the buck to the dead person. It is shameful and farcical to the highest order to blame the dead.

UMNO is so evil beyond words
Is this what Najib refer to as ” Defend Putrajaya at all cost”

Anonymous said...

Overhead over phone-tapping of Jibby by News of The World

" Hey..!! Has the french lawyer gone already..?!! "
" Sir, Yes Sir..!! We sent him back already, Sir..!! "
" Okey, I can come back now ...AND make sure there is a celeration once i reach..."
" Sir, Yes Sir..!!"

Anonymous said...

All the RCIs are a waste of time and tax payers money. The way all the RCIs findings turn out, it always shifts the responsibility and blame away from the ruling government and its arse licking institutions and instead points the finger at the victims as if their deaths are of the victims own doings.

Its sad to say that the so called RCIs are nothing but an extension of the tainted judiciary. It does not matter that the RCIs comprised of highly titled personnel, the end result is always as expected. The Malaysian public already knew that the TBH RCI will turn out to be farce anyway. I guess the members of the TBH RCI can now look forward to more titles to be added to their already over titled names.

KoSong Cafe said...

Charge and convict them. Anything less is unacceptable. We have seen enough of charging without conviction due to deliberate bungling by prosecutors and witnesses.

Anonymous said...

I am set for next BERSIH. Come what may. Bring it on!

Anonymous said...

I say there were goons in the macc, just as there still are, because the authorities encourages it. Ask the people on the street...

Anonymous said...

Bro Zorro,

Be extra cautious in belittling the PDRM !!!

Dem kops have engaged a super -duper person to defend their already tattered image... and he goes by the name....Donkey Bru !!

Funny the bloke wants to defend the men dressed in brutality after their(PDRM)well rehearesed "cut n paste" press briefings !!!


Anonymous said...

oic...ur computer crashed. i was wondering why there wasn't any comments from u seeing that my blood temperature was measuring 100 degree celsius with that idiot report.

Anonymous said...

MACC suspends three officers over Teoh's death
:- Two days after the release of the RCI report into the death of Teoh Beng Hock, the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) announced that it has suspended the three officers said to be responsible for the death of Teoh Beng Hock.

“The person that loses their conscience has nothing left worth keeping.”

For them,that's it.
But for us a big "NO" !
A very big "NO"
So go for it and this time hit it hard, even harder..!


Yes, go for it.

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Edmund Burke quote

patrick said...

BERSIH 3.0?Most definitely!This sham of a government and all it's corrupted apparatus just has to go before justice can be served!Effing pissed!

bruno said...

Thats what the RCI said.It was already expected that the end results would be favourable to the government.Or else they will be sued down to their panties.These pariah pondans.

So let us except the decision of the corrupted RCI.How can a witness to an alleged white collar crime be pushed to such an extreme that he willingly committed forced suicide under the watchful eyes of the interogating officers.

The least that these officers should be charged is manslaughter.We cannot charged them for murder as long as these pariah Umno GOM is the ruling regime.But the head of the MACC should resign as this happened under his watch.

In democratic countries PM's,Ministers and department heads take resposibilities for their surbodinates action,be it good or bad.If the action is good the boss gets the credit.If the action is bad the boss gets the shit.It all comes with the territory.

The TBH murder or forced suicide,the MACC head should resign.The Bersih fiasco HM Hisham should resign.The Tung Shin Hospital fiasco for lying through their noses to cover up a crime the HM LTL and the IGP should resign.

Only cowards and pariahs will hang on to their positions after they become irrelevant.HM Hisham has already proved that he is a coward and will forever be branded a coward.So now let us wait for the three pariahs to make up their minds.They will eventually be branded as cowards and pariahs too.

artchan said...

Bersih 3.0..let's go

Anonymous said...

Najis cut short his holiday ?

Looks more like the Italian garblement told him & fat mama to fucked off.

Kah ! Kah ! Kah !

sampalee said...

There is no need to do anything.The Equaliser will come in 2012 as Tuhan exercise the ONLY power.It is frustrating to see wild talk about people's power,when All power is derived from ONE source.
Is it so difficult to understand,Thy will be done and Inshaallah.

Anonymous said...

Bad call by the MACC. How can you force someone to suicide?

You either kill someone, or a person commits suicide.
If TBH jumped because he felt "driven" to do so, he is just a weakling.

MACC has done nothing wrong

Anonymous said...

yes, bring it on! bersih 3.0 to bring back the jury system.

mahathir abolised the jury system in the 80s, so umno can just 'kowtim' the judges.

bring the jury system back!

i am ready to walk again!


Malaysian said...

If the govt couldn't get the RAKYAT message from BERSIH 2.0, bring on BERSIH 3.0!

And I bet this time there will be more RAKYAT coming out to join, emboldened by the bravery of his/her fellowmen facing the water cannon and tear gas. And furious at the police brutality.

The RAKYAT know they are the THIRD FORCE to be reckoned with! The govt cannot ignore OUR demands now. This is OUR Land! OUR Country! We will take it back.

Anonymous said...

fucking trio. Put them ina cage with me and I will rip them maderfuckers apart. PUSY macc. Cowards. Fuckers.

flyer168 said...


Since Tunku was betrayed in 1969, it has been Rule by Law & not Rule of Law.

Former Lord President Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim repeatedly insisted in his foundational written texts that in Malaysia,

“The constitution” and nothing but the constitution is “the supreme law of the land.”

“Malaysia cannot afford to see constitutional principles imperilled, and constitutional processes jeopardised”

— “not even out of an understandable impatience, or a conscientious determination, to see the urgent political and practical problems of the day speedily resolved.”

Now let us compare & see if there has been any change in "Attitude" with Bolehland's Ketuanan Powers that be from 2007 vs 2011...

Malaysian Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin defends police action against protesters calling for changes to electoral process.-Bersih1 in 2007

‪Malaysian PM defends protest crackdown - 10Jul2011‬‏ - YouTube -

You be the judge.

Bersih3, Bersih4...


Skorpin said...

Why is the French lawyer being detained and deported. WHY???

Has he committed a crime just by coming here to brief us over a case that has given plenty of doubt to our people.

If there is nothing to hide, why get him deported?

B.U.N. said...

The problem we have now is that UMNO is led by the pair of clown cousins who became ministers not by virtue of merit, not even within UMNO, but by virtue of their fathers' names. Leadership that comes in this manner, without any learning or merit is essentially unlearned and unproven leadership which is tantamount to no leadership. Neither Najib nor Hisham have demonstrated any leadership abilities, not in school, not in university, not in UMNO, not in business, not in politics. All they have had have been delivered on silver spoons. And because all they have ever had have been delivered on silver spoons they have no clue what the suffering of the poor in Malaysia is like. They have never tasted poverty nor suffering.

Both have also shown no real academic prowess, no critical thinking ability and hence their response to the demands of the right thinking Malaysians. All they know is the race politics in which they grew up, but they have no mental ability to be visionary leaders. No ability to learn and to grow like other Malaysians. So when they feel challenged, they respond only with brawn, not brains. It's sad. One feels sad for them in fact, that they cannot respond with brain but only with brawn. If UMNO wants to continue leading the nation, it must go back to the basic principles of merit and moral values, of love for God and country, not of love for money and self which it has fallen into. If UMNO cannot remove this pair of clown cousins, this will be the last time that UMNO will be in power. UMNO must lay aside the cousins and appoint visionary leaders or perish!

Wataniah said...

If you look at the composition of the members of the EC (from its chairman, deputy chairman and five members), they are all retired civil servants (thus with handsome pensions and gratuities) but most of all BTN veterans.

So is there any part which can irrefutably point to the direction that the EC (or SPR in its Bahasa Malaysia acronym) is not part of the govt (i.e. BN or aka UMNO) and therefore truly independent?

Off The Beat said...


Is Wong Chun Wai directing his latest message (below) to you?

"Can we stop being angry people and try to make sense of the issues affecting the nation instead? Or better still, just laugh at them? It’s just the run-up to the silly season, as cynical reporters call it."

Fairness said...

Yeah right. Malys can die, chinese cannot. That guy scared he and boss will be implicated, so he killed hinself. To save DAP.
Viva Police, MACC and Umno.

Anonymous said...

Bourdon’s talk on Submarine deal:

These issues must be translated to Bahasa and explained to especially the rural folks. The fact that Malaysia is continuing to slide down the Transparency International ranking of corruption from #32 to #56 from mahathir’s era clearly indicates the massive damage that UMNO has and continues to cause to Malaysia, and also clearly shows that MACC is completely ineffective due to it being used as a political instrument by UMNO. All right thinking Malaysians irregardless of race and religion must bring the UMNO government down or risk seeing Malaysia going down the path of total destruction and joining the ranks of countries like Somalia.

Anonymous said...

“The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on.”

Hit it when it still hot !
Why waiting ?!

Yes , BERSIH 3.0

People's Power

najib manaukau said...

Don't even dream that MACC will ever change, they are a branch of Umno in disguise. They don't understand the meaning of how to investigate and the only thing they do well very well is watching pornography at work.Now it is revealed that they are also good at intimidating the people.
And above all it is in their genes to do quarter cooked investigations just like the police.
Forget the dead and just let them rot and decay !

Anonymous said...

which ministry is in charged of macc
? @#$%^&* , the mentri is also RESPONSIBLE for the death ( BUKAN
suicide-diri, tau !) of 'young & healthy TBH' who was thrown out after he was killed !!

Anonymous said...

Witnesses with weak character will not commit suicide, they will just confess to whatever their torturers wanted.

Witnesses with weak character also cannot breakout from detention and interrogation to commit suicide.

Unintentionally killing is called manslaughter, don't you know that Tan Sri Foong?

Anonymous said...

According to Amnesty International, double standards are practiced when it comes to voices that are deemed “against” the establishment:

* In June, the Home Affairs Ministry suspended distribution of Suara Keadilan, the newspaper of the main opposition party, the People’s Justice Party (PKR), by refusing to renew the required licence for its publication. In July, the government restricted distribution of another opposition paper, Harakah, run by the Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS).

* The blogger Irwan Abdul Rahman, also known as Hassan Skodeng, was arrested in August after he posted a satire of the chairman of Malaysia’s largest utility company challenging an energy-conservation campaign. Irwan Abdul Rahman was released on bail and charged under the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 with improper use of the internet by posting false or offensive content with malicious intent. If convicted, he faced up to one year in prison and a fine of 50,000 Malaysian ringgit (US$15,500).

* The authorities pressured a Chinese-language radio station to sack host Jamaluddin Ibrahim after his programme criticized the government’s positive discrimination policy. In August, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission sent a letter to the station, reportedly alleging that the programme threatened national security and compromised race relations.

* Police arrested political cartoonist Zunar in September before the launch of his book Cartoon-o-phobia and confiscated copies. He was charged under the Sedition Act and faced up to three years in prison. In June, the Home Affairs Ministry banned three of the cartoonist’s earlier books and magazines as being “detrimental to public order” under the Printing Press and Publications Act 1984. Under this law, printing and distributing these cartoons were punishable by up to three years’ imprisonment or fines of up to 20,000 Malaysian ringgit (US$6,200). Zunar was released on bail.