time, a devout Muslim, who is ready to go for a pilgrimage(Haj) is
also accused of committing suicide. This is in a place that only has a
small window that is extremely difficult to climb up to, especially
for an old man. And these two are willing WITNESSES. They are not even
The only logical explanation is that they were both murdered and then
disposed off. Due to the lack of evidence, and the huge amount of
illegal activities committed by MACC.
The lesson is very clear to all citizens. If you are called as a
witness by any government agency, REJECT. Even if you have to pay huge
fines. What is money compared to your life?
Imagine, if these 2 people, with things to look forward to can be
accused of committing suicide, what will happen to ordinary people
Friday July 22, 2011
Teoh driven to suicide; MACC trio singled out over 'intensive
Reports by MAZWIN NIK ANIS, NG CHENG YEE, FLORENCE A. SAMY, ZUHRIN
AZAM AHMAD, ISABELLE LAI, SHAUN HO, A. LETCHUMANAN, RASHVINJEET S.
BEDI, TEH ENG HOCK, WONG PEK MEI, RAHIMY RAHIM, ALLISON LAI and SARBAN
Report released: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk
Seri Nazri Aziz holding the RCI report on the death of political aide
Teoh Beng Hock (inset) at Parliament House in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
— SIA HONG KIAU / The Star
PETALING JAYA: The much-awaited Royal Commission of Inquiry report has
concluded that Teoh Beng Hock was driven to commit suicide and blamed
intensive interrogation by three Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
The report singled out three MACC officers, saying that personnel were
prepared to go to great lengths to lie and form a "blue wall of
silence" in the spirit of brotherhood.
The 124-page report also made numerous recommendations to improve the
MACC, including amending the law to prevent further abuse.
Teoh's family refused to accept the commission's findings that the
political aide to Seri Kembangan assemblyman Ean Yong Hian Wah
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz
promised that the recommendations would be implemented and expressed
the Government's regret and sadness to Teoh's family.