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MACC now says TeohBengHuat merely a witness,why was he treated like criminal n interrogated from 7pm till 4am? What happened 2criminals?
07/16/2009 10:07 PM

Flowers candles and pictures of TeoBengHock. Assemblywoman for Subang Jaya Hannah Yeoh weeping
07/16/2009 09:56 PM

Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud: MP Kota Raja speaking
07/16/2009 09:53 PM

Crowd getting bigger. Klang MP Charles Santiago spoke. State Assemblyman Weng San speaking. Asked MACC on Khir Toyo.
07/16/2009 09:51 PM

MB Khalid, Excos Teresa, Auyong, Ronnie, MPs Gobind Tony, Nie Ching SAs Jenice Nik Nazmi at the demo. Police light strike force just arrived
07/16/2009 09:37 PM

An instant peaceful multiracial demonstrations by hundreds against unusual death of TeoBengHock at MACC going on now at Shah Alam MACC hqrs
07/16/2009 09:24 PM

Nazri said don’t blame MACC for TeoBengHock’s death at MACC. Should blame b directed at Nazri as Minister in charge or PM Najib himself?
07/16/2009 09:20 PM

Will MACC Chief Commissioner Ahmad Said visit TeohLengHwee family 2explain how BengHock died in MACC? Can MACC disclaim responsibility?
07/16/2009 08:49 PM

Arrogant MACC officer on TV said innocent will be freed n wrongdoers charged. Why not 1 BN Minister Dy Min, MB, CM, Exco treated this way?
07/16/2009 08:38 PM

Spoke 2 aggrieved father,TeohLeongHwee taxidriver in shock He wants to know what actually happened – like all Malaysians.Blackday 4Malaysia
07/16/2009 08:32 PM

As 1st MACC n unusual death, acid test 4 MACC, Police n PM Najib. Will Najib order public inquiry inline with “People 1st. Performance Now”?
07/16/2009 08:20 PM

BenHock family/relatives demand justice which is the demand of all justice-loving Malaysians regardless of race/religion. MACC in the dock
07/16/2009 08:17 PM

Kerk in Alor Gajah w BengHock’s parents. BengHock’s mother crying non-stop since told of his death at 5 pm. Family n relatives in shock
07/16/2009 08:10 PM

Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo phoned from MACC Shah Alam. Police have brought in second forensic team. We r asking 4independent forensic exam
07/16/2009 07:49 PM

Ronnie Liu still at Selangor MACC hqrs.4 3 hrs Selangor DAP Excos MPs Speaker SAs n BengHock’s brother not allowed 2have sight of body.
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:55

Kerk Kim Hock, exDAP SG n MP is related to BengHock. Phoned n expressed his disbelief n shock. Nationwide outrage. How come MACC!
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:52

Spoke 2BengHock elder brother BengKee 33 who rushed over from his workplace in ShahAlam. BengHock from Alor Gajah is 2register 4wedding tmr
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:43

Imagine MACC investigating “corruption” over cars n cows n a death in MACC custody takes place! Is this acceptable?Let there be no cover up!
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:15

Anwar n other Pakatan Rakyat leaders will also be at Selangor MACC Shah Alam hqrs at 10 am MACC must prove it has not become another monster
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:12

Will take 1st flight from Penang tmr n be at Selangor MACC Shah Alam hqrs 10 am to find out more about TeoBengHock’s death in MACC custody
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:10

What was MACC investigating 2 take a life? RM12.5b PKFZ scandal?No. Alleged state assembly rep constituency allocations!
Thursday, July 16, 2009 18:04

How did Sel Exco/Serdang SA Ean Yong Hian Wah’s political secretary Teo Beng Hock in custody at 14th fl Sel MACC Hqrs died from fall?
Thursday, July 16, 2009 17:37

At Shah Alam MACC now are Sel. Exco Auyong, Ronnie Liu, Speaker Teng Assemblyman Swee Lin. Is MACC acting outside the law?
Thursday, July 16, 2009 17:24

For 90 minutes,not a single MACC officer in Selangor MACC Shah Alam hqrs 14th floor would confirm or deny whether there is death in custody
Thursday, July 16, 2009 17:23

Am in Penang or I would have rushed over to MACC Selangor hqrs in Shah Alam. Awaiting full report of tragedy. What has this country come to?
Thursday, July 16, 2009 17:05

Is there now the first case of death in custody, not police but MACC? If so, heads must roll!
Thursday, July 16, 2009 17:03

  1. #1 by husseinhamid on Thursday, 16 July 2009 - 7:17 pm

    From every tragedy there can be hope. Teo Beng Hock death while in custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in Shah Alam will be a defining moment in the history of our Nation. In time when we look back in history this will stand in the memory of our Nation as the moment when Malaysian all together, inspired by the helplessness they feel under the leadership of Najib and the Barisan Regime, sought to throw off the yoke that has been on their shoulders for far too long a time. From the crisis in confidence of the Police, the Judiciary and now MACC, from the revulsion felt for the greed of the corrupt Barisan politicians, the Rakyat awaits leaders of good faith from the Pakatan Rakyat to seize the moment now and turn the Nation from impending mass destruction through riots and destruction towards a path of a disciplined, controlled and sensible dismantling of the Barisan coalition that will surely culminate in its demise by the next General Election. To ponder the survival of UMNO/Barisan under present circumstances defies logic.

    The Rakyat hungers for leadership from you – but more pressing it hungers for leadership that will reinstate values, respects and nobler national aspirations that will never see the need of another Teo Beng Hock to shock us from our apathy. Failure to do so by Pakatan Rakyat’s leaders is not an option.



  2. #2 by ALLAN THAM on Thursday, 16 July 2009 - 7:38 pm

    This was bunch of idiots and hooligans. What ever the cause this bunch of people are indirectly responsible and they have acted in the most irresponsible way. They have repeating the basic right to have the lawyers around and they do it in the most unusual hours. All these are unnecessary other than to put fears on the people.

    All these have to be stopped immediately.

    What should these conducts being keep going that was most regretted.

    Some one must stop this to go on.

  3. #3 by Ken G on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 12:46 am

    Go and read RPK’s account of how the young man died and see if it doesn’t make your blood boil. Then you’ll understand how his pants got torn.

  4. #4 by m2molo on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 2:38 am

    One… which window of level 14 or 15 that Teoh fell off? Is the window inside interrogation room?

  5. #5 by novice101 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 2:48 am

    Please start an opinion poll for us to express our desire for an open inquiry into the circumstances of this case. We want to express our disgust and want the govt. to take this action.

  6. #6 by storm62 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 2:48 am

    as usual, somebody’s gonna be the “kambing hitam” for this murder!!!

  7. #7 by kfgerard on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 2:58 am

    what’s going on in malaysia??? what’s the rules of investigation? why our poor friend had to stay in macc office up 4 am? doesn’t he need rest earlier than that? where is the human rights? can macc reveal any video recording during the investigation? so we,ll know what really happen there. why this macc only going after PR members? why there is NO action against khir toyo? what happen PKFZ scandal? why macc didn’t start investigation against culprits behind kg buah pala land? there so many main/big problems they need to dealt first. is there will be a fair investigation of his “murder”?
    this BN leaders driving their team on wrong lane. they will face consequences very very soon.
    may his soul will rest in peace and the hooligans behind this scene will punished

  8. #8 by sA1nT_Jam3s on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 3:35 am


    I propose a peaceful total boycott of all activities for 3 days leading up to 31st July-1 month before 31st August-our Independence dAy

    Please mobilise support from all strata , colour and creed of society- We need to stamp out the thugs in our civil service,Every true Malaysian must come out strongly to condemn this unwarranted tragedy-peacefully. Gandhi shall be proud of our MAlaysian style”ahimssa”

    Let not force nor guns nay threats rule us but the choice of our votes shall determine our future…

    Let not the ignorant puppets who work for dictators lord over us but the true patriots of MALAYSIA shall prevail…

    They let a man DIE because of suspicion over 500k
    they take BILLIONS from the Rakyat

    No matter whatever class,creed nor colour-life shall not be trivialised

    Use your wits to prevail-not KILL to prevail


    Long Live Malaysia!!!

  9. #9 by chengho on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:26 am

    Condolences RIP
    wait for Police investigation…

  10. #10 by SocratesPlato on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:32 am

    chengho :
    Condolences RIP
    wait for Police investigation…

    Right…..wait…….let me give you a very predictable outcome…..wait for 3 or 6 months later…..investigations done……NFA……natural death…..end of story. That’s how it will be.

  11. #11 by monreddy on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:34 am

    Malaysian Government CORRUPTED TO THE CORE
    Malaysian police CORRUPTED TO THE CORE
    Malaysian main stream media SPIN Lies
    All because of The
    Headed by A MURDERER & BONELESS WOLF with a Cabinet of Thieves & Murderers
    Why are Malaysians still stomaching this Evil Abuse ?
    Or do you all just ask for it ?
    Time for PEOPLE POWER !!!
    Wake up !
    Get Together !
    Form Support Group
    Think – Brainstorm
    Rise & March
    Topple the EviL BN REGIME
    and Once n for all
    Place People of
    Very High Integrity
    in Power and
    Change the Fate of the Nation
    Make a Decision
    Dont just Leave it to fate
    yes ¤DESIGN¤
    Your IDEAL
    Fairly & Justly
    ONE for ALL
    ALL for PEOPLE !
    its Now or Never
    Just Do iT !

  12. #12 by Abandoned Malaysian on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:57 am

    Another sad tragedy.

    PDRM and MACC basically were given too much power causing them to act against human right.
    Both agencies have turn into weapon of BN to get rid of their enemy.
    We need police and anti-corruption agencies to safeguard us and property, but in turn they are taking away our lives.
    Like Malay says” Harapkan pagar, pagar makan padi”!

    Musa and Ahmad Said have long time been controversiol candidates for top post in these 2 agencies. They are lack of leadership but full of conspirations. Their boss, Kerismuddin and Nazri big mouth are even worse!

    I really don’t know what to do about.

    Can public pressure lead to reformation in these 2 agencies? Might not, and ultimately some small potatoes from MACC will turn out to be scapegoats to cover the critism from public.

    PR need to unite for country good. I am very sad to see PAS trying to betray our trust for political benefits with UMNO! Something need to do about. PR must be strong or otherwise dictactorship from UMNO will return. This is just the begenning, if PR not unite, UMNO will continue to bully and victimised you. More innocent lives going to be sacrifies along the conspiration!

    PAS please wake up! When PR weaken, neither DAP, PKR or PAS will benefit. Neither Malaysian as well!

    Please unite for Malaysian good, please!

  13. #13 by vsp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 5:55 am

    When Najib became the UMNO chief in Perak he plotted the downfall of Perak.

    Then he replaced Muhammad Muhammad as the Selangor UMNO chief. And a plot to topple the Selangor state government was hatched. They tried to bring down the Selangor MB over the matter of cows and car; then they arrested Teresa Kok on Khir Toyo’s instigation. Now, the MACC, even before a police report has been made, was sent in to intimidate the Pakatan politicians in a heavy-handed manner. Not only were the DAP politicians being targetted but also the people who received the assistance.

    This has become a new tactic of coercion by the BN goons. Anyone who is associated with the targetted victim – friends, lawyers and business associates – will be roughened up and intimidated. This insidious action was first started during Anwar’s 1st corruption-and-sodomy trial. Next, the lawyer, who was defending the Commercial crime division chief who was charged with corruption, was also being asked to submit his income statement and was man-handled [You can read this in RPK’s blog]. Also the first few days of the MACC’s existence was also marked with the assault of one of the UMNO warlords from the opposite camp to admit his role in money politics. From birth itself, the MACC was a problem child and had exhibited a violent streak.

    This is a clear sign that Najib wants to create a crisis in Selangor and nail the Pakatan by any foul means. And he has the cooperation of certain Pakatan’s politicians to set the ball rolling. But unfortunately for him, the MACC has botched the job and committed a murder, and this has given a respite to Pakatan to put their house in order.

    The MACC has now become a treacherous monster and a political hatchet outfit for Najib’s dirty jobs.

  14. #14 by vsp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 6:20 am

    [I ask wee choo keong about this, but he cut me off from his blog]

    Wee Choo Keong, the shit stirrer and the Judas Ischariot of PR, your hands are covered with innocent blood – Teoh Beng Huat is dead. For 30 pieces of silver, you have sold your soul to the devil.


    Wee choo keong, why censor my comments? Are you happy with what you have done? May the tortured soul of Teoh Beng Huat haunt you until you meet you master, the Devil in hell.

  15. #15 by ALLAN THAM on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 7:33 am

    YB Lim, you and other from PR must serious do something to stopped this culture of harassment and unprofessional conduct of MACC. The question here is very simple, why conduct the interview at such long and well into the early morning ? Was this to deprive some one sleep so that one will crump under pressure? Was this the normal tactic use to scare people away from opposition?

    This was no uncommon and was this necessary.

    PR has been voted in by the people and you must really work hard instead of internal quarreling all the while.

    Some thing must be done before the people lost confident in PR.

  16. #16 by AhPek on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 7:47 am

    These bunch of bastards!Just watch how the MACC director lied without batting an eyelid.He said that Teoh was released from 5pm Wednesday to 3.45am Thursday and was released soon after.However Teoh apparently said he was tired and so he rested on a settee in the lobby.He was seen sleeping on the settee at 6am.Shukri,what sort of lie is this!!!

  17. #17 by ALLAN THAM on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 7:55 am

    “They all serve the interests of Umno and the Prime Minister.” as quoted from RPK’s article. Any one not believe in what this man has said?

    PR must provide strong leadership NOW or never to get a fair trial on this young man death. We all know all this while MACC has been hooligan in their conducts but nothing that PR can do. Yes Malaysia need some one to died for real action. Now we have one. We expect action be taken or more life to lost? Do we have any future if all these young man was tortured and threaten.

    DAP and PR must act now. A forceful leader must be shown. We just can’t let this culture to go one like nobody business.

    MACC suppose to an agency to move this society toward corruption “free” but it has turn up to be the tool of the Power of the day. It has to be stopped and PR must act on this as the top agenda rather than quarrel over who get what and what position.

    YB LIM, you have fight for justice all this while and please set this as your last agenda in your political career. Make it as your top priority to set the record straight, we can’t let this agency marajalella on what they want and serve the masters. Life is short, but it need not to end that way.

  18. #18 by k1980 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:06 am

    The likely outcome to any inquiry would be like Steve Biko’s murder.

    On 21 August, 1977, anti-apartheid campaigner Steve Biko was arrested at a police roadblock under the Terrorism Act No 83 of 1967. He suffered a major head injury while in police custody, and was chained to a window grille for a day. On 11 September, 1977 police loaded him in the back of a Land Rover, naked, and began the 1,500 km drive to Pretoria to take him to a prison with hospital facilities. However, he was nearly dead due to the previous injuries. He died shortly after arrival at the Pretoria prison, on 12 September. The police claimed his death was the result of an extended hunger strike. He was found to have massive injuries to the head, which many saw as strong evidence that he had been brutally clubbed by his captors.

    Because of his fame, news of Biko’s death spread quickly, opening many eyes around the world to the brutality of the apartheid regime. His funeral was attended by over 10,000 people, including numerous ambassadors and other diplomats from the United States and Western Europe. The liberal white South African journalist Donald Woods, a personal friend of Biko, photographed his injuries in the morgue. Woods was later forced to flee South Africa for England, where he campaigned against apartheid and further publicised Biko’s life and death, writing many newspaper articles and authoring the book, “Biko”.

    The following year, on 2 February 1978, the Attorney General of the Eastern Cape stated that he would not prosecute any police involved in the arrest and detention of Biko. During the trial, it was claimed that Biko’s head injuries were the result of a self-inflicted suicide attempt, not those of any beatings. The judge ultimately ruled that a murder charge could not be supported partly because there were no witnesses to the killing. Charges of culpable homicide and assault were also considered, but because the killing occurred in 1977, the time limit for prosecution had expired.

    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which was created following the end of minority rule and the apartheid system, reported in 1997 that five former members of the South African security forces had admitted to killing Biko were applying for amnesty. On 7 October, 2003 the South African Justice Ministry officials announced that the five policemen accused of killing Biko would not be prosecuted, because there was insufficient evidence, and because the time limit for prosecution had elapsed.

  19. #19 by Bigjoe on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:15 am

    I say for this incident, no matter what the reason, MACC top officers and the investigating team should be fired, pension taken away and blacklisted.

    At the crux of a lot of problem is ‘tidak apa’ – tidak apa that Khir Toyo is not investigated, tidak apa that PKFZ costing us 12.5b, and end up with tidak apa this guy is dead.

    Let the message be send out to MACC up and down, ‘tidak apa’ can cost them their jobs and pensions.. See how tidak apa then….

    Najib said iit its performance now, people first. Where is the performance?

  20. #20 by boh-liao on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:19 am

    Morque And Cold Corpses = MACC

  21. #21 by lew1328 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:26 am


    I would like to express deep condolences to my DAP comrade Mr. Teoh. I trust Teoh’s blood will flush every corners and whose are stains with devil mind.


  22. #22 by ALLAN THAM on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:32 am

    Again I call upon PR and any other BN components parties if they so wish to put s stop on this MACC culture of hooliganism. PR must act now or never to provide strong and forceful leadership. This country did not reserve this kind of culture to tortured and threaten the so call just a witness in this silly investigation. Even this young man is a suspect he did not reserve to be treated that way, never .

    YB Kit, as I say again let this be your last political agenda. We did not want dead any more and we did not want unwanted dead. This country did not reserve this culture.

    Please use the power that the people have given you as a MP and act NOW to stop this hooliganism.

  23. #23 by DAP man on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:51 am

    MACC is lying through its teeth.
    When a witness finished his statement he will be asked to sign it and the time and date will also be stated against the signature.
    Did Teoh sign the statement? If so when? If he had not signed the statement then we can assume that he was STILL under questioning when he ?????? (fell, jumped, pushed).
    Why would anyone want to lie on the couch of her persecutors? Why sleep in a lion’s den?
    Any sane person would flee the MACC devils
    when released.
    There is something sinister and evil here. He DID NOT commit suicide. He DID NOT fall. He was dropped or pushed.
    May the evil doers and their immediate family members be damned for this crime.

  24. #24 by taiking on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 8:58 am


  25. #25 by negarawan on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 9:10 am

    Needless to say, UMNO, MACC (or whatever you call it), the police, and forensic unit (lazy and incompetent department by international standards) will cover the case up, just like what they have done in many cases involving UMNO politicians and their cronies. The photo already shows some signs that he was subjected to torture during interrogation. Why should anyone be questioned up to 4 am other than to torture him? I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Teoh’s family and his wife-to-be. This is a terrible experience for them. May his soul rest is peace, and may his death in the hands of UMNO not go in vain. CURSES to UMNO politicians and may God’s SEVERE PUNISHMENT be on all of you for your cruelty and greed beyond humane standards. May this incident be made known to the whole world to show the evil and corruption of UMNO.

  26. #26 by a2a on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 9:21 am

    The worst thing in this case is they invaded their place and arrested them without a warrant.

  27. #27 by HJ Angus on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 9:42 am

    Another reason why we need the IPCMC to control the police – what happened to the Home Minister’s new broom?
    Even with IPCMC some deaths will occur but now it is just left to PDRM to investigate.
    Kugan’s killers are still scot free and the AG is too busy going after sodomy cases that the public cares little about.
    Listen to the words of this beautiful song

  28. #28 by All For The Road on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 10:11 am

    Is there a cover-up in the sad, tragic and untimely death of Mr Teoh Beng Hock? A young and promising life has been snuffed out mysteriously under suspicious circumstances! It is a pity!

    Why is the MACC so quiet and inaction on public complaints about Khir Toyo’s RM24 million-worth sprawling mansion in Shah Alam which he can ill-afford?

  29. #29 by rabbit on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 10:19 am

    Who push him out from window? come on man.. 14th floor windows gap is how much? i think a lot of people went to hotel b4! did the window can fully open? by Malaysia safety LAW high floor building windows are limit to open in some inch only.. dont MACC office can allow to open fully? eazy to escape? no CCTV in MACC? so kidding!!! 03.45 let him go. 0630 someone saw him, 1345 found his body!! gosh!! this 6hrs no body see him?? how many MACC is on duty? why MACC dont use their man power on toyo? or PKFZ?? i hope PM need to explain on this issue, if not this case will become 2nd mongolian lady case… to teoh parwents, pls dont give up, we will support you, ?

  30. #30 by SpeakUp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 10:42 am

    This one will tear the nation apart for a while … some people are born as imbeciles. They were trained by Saddam and Pol Pot in interrogation and the handling of suspects or witnesses.

  31. #31 by House Victim on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 10:50 am

    Condolences RIP!

    As mentioned earlier, the MACC Act has created a Secret Police as they do not have a Code of Practice and at the disposal of the PM.

    The MP in the Parliament who had endorsed such ACT should partly be responsible to allow the over-grown of power without putting in any monitoring body on to such a Monster!

    Too Many ACTS with BIAS had been endorsed by the Parliament betraying the Rights of Malaysians!!

    The Parliament needs to call forward an RCI for a thorough investigation as there is no Standing Body who has the power to investigate MACC. This is a serious case NOT ONLY because of the Death but also an obvious running of MACC without Code of Practice – the Basic for any Disciplinary Force!

    From personal experiences, such kind of Abusing of Rights and Procedures are also commonly found in the Police/KUP/AG.


  32. #32 by boh-liao on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 10:52 am

    Why did DAP allow this young man to be in the hyena’s lair alone?
    Why was Teo not allowed to be interrogated in the presence of a lawyer?

    One promising young life, just abt to be married, just gone like this – fast, furious, tragic, unaccounted for

  33. #33 by k1980 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 11:11 am

    Funny that none of the hundreds of Guantanamo Bay detainees interrogated by the CIA have ever “fallen” to their deaths. Must send our macc staff to interrogate them. Give them the Kogan tratment and they will sing like canaries.

  34. #34 by SpeakUp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 11:16 am

    Boh-liao … when in such custody you have NO RIGHTS to a lawyer, the law has been like that for the longest of time.

    It is alleged that Teoh ‘may’ have jumped. Even a clear cut case like Kugan’s is dormant. Teoh’s will be forgotten too. Anyone read any statement from MCA and GERAKAN? Hahahahaaa … pussies!

  35. #35 by sean on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 11:41 am

    check if the interrogation room or rooms windows have been damaged or not.Check also if any new windows that may have been just change.Afterall…the Muderers And Corrupted Criminals and their siblings read (cops) have many hours to clean up any evidence that may be found.Imagine……so many hours can happen in between ….from his time of release and him being found.

    Another thing…….wouldn’t someone that was just being “interrogated” would want to just go home rather than still stick around the filthy area in Macc?

  36. #36 by madmix on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 12:03 pm

    RPK has a very interesting theory: MACC was trying to get TBH to finger his boss ala Spanish Inquisition. They threatened to throw him off the building; held him by his pants and dangled him out of the window. Alas his pants were not Levi denims; they gave way, torn as you can see in the pictures. He fell to his death. Plausible, yes and one of the most logical theories, but impossible to prove if the perpetrators cover up. If there was CCTV, they would have destroyed the evidence.

    Please call on Najib bin Razak to CALL OFF HIS DOGS.

  37. #37 by Tonberry on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 12:07 pm


  38. #38 by SpeakUp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 12:21 pm

    “Another thing…….wouldn’t someone that was just being “interrogated” would want to just go home rather than still stick around the filthy area in Macc?”

    Sean … his registration is today … some more wanna rest in the MACC office? Even if he wanted to really rest, that means he was ‘interviewed’ till he was so tired (3 am)? Wow … no need to wanna go back, rest, shower then get the new missus for registration huh?

    Maybe, he was indeed sleeping at the MACC premises then Teoh has a problem with sleep walking

  39. #39 by grace on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 1:10 pm

    Mr Lim,
    My hearfelt condolence to Teoh’s family. If you were to permit me to use the foulest languange on MACC, I would do it here.
    But out of respect for you, I restrained myself.
    Let me ask them have they arrested any one in the following cases:
    Lingam tape scandal,
    Zakaria istana, Toyol’s multimillion palatial home, Khairy’s guilty in UMNO money politics,
    PKFZ scandals.
    If they can’t get any of those charged, shall i say, MACC IS GOOD FOR NOTHING!!

  40. #40 by grace on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 1:14 pm

    Kugan case pun beum selesai sekarang apa sudah jadi.
    Teoh a healthy young person like Kugan must die in MACC.
    MACC please do your work fairly.
    Investigate most of BN ADUN and ministers or MBs thoroughly like you are doing to the PR.
    I believe you will get lorry loads of worm from BN leaders.

  41. #41 by Onlooker Politics on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 1:37 pm

    I would rather choose to convince myself that Wee Choo Keong has nothing to do with BengHock’s death because I personally do not like to see any internal rifle within Pakatan Rakyat itself.

    However, I always think that Wee Choo Keong should stay away from Politics and go get married and take care of his own mother and his own wife rather than getting involved in politics again.

    When Wee Choo Keong was detained under the ISA together with many other Malaysian dissidents and dissenters during 1980s, he wept in the ISA detention camp in front of the Investigation Officer from Special Branch and begged for his early release. He said that he had gotten a single mother who needed his care and his mother’s intent was for Choo Keong to stay away from politics and go find a good girl to get married. He was later on set free by the Special Branch police anyway.

    However, why does Wee Choo Keong want to join the hardship-bound opposition politics of Malaysia again and then choose to serve two political masters from different camps, one from PR and another one from BN? Why doesn’t Wee Choo Keong just faithfully serve his full term as an MP of the Opposition and go get retired and quietly withdraw himself from the dirty political arena by the next General Election?

  42. #42 by SpeakUp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 1:47 pm

    Wee Choo Keong is a real jerk … simple. Go to his blog, he got so many supporting what he is doing. Its called TRANSPARENCY and ACCOUNTABILITY. He was such a big mouth in DAP back then. Was in so much trouble when he was sued. You should have seen his face during the trial, I saw it. Now all seems clear he wanna talk so much.

  43. #43 by k1980 on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 1:49 pm

    If a schoolboy had “fallen” to his death from his school building, the principal and the teachers would not be able to shift the blame away from themselves. Heads would have to roll

  44. #44 by m2molo on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 2:50 pm

    LORD… please do something…

  45. #45 by boh-liao on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:04 pm

    With WCK as your friend, who needs enemy, esp the type you sleep with

  46. #46 by boh-liao on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 4:07 pm

    With Nazi as MACC’s friend, everyone can fly, including pigs

  47. #47 by SpeakUp on Friday, 17 July 2009 - 11:13 pm

    Boh liao … go to Wee’s blog, he is really moderating comments, he cannot accept criticism but can make baseless allegations.

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