Sunday, June 22, 2008

Lulu Suspects This PM Likes His DPM

On Sept2 1998, Anwar was sacked by his boss.
On Sept3 1998, four affidavits were served on Datuk Nallakaruppan (who was charged for an offence under the Internal Security Act [ISA] for possession of some 125 rounds of ammunition without a licence) at about 8:35 a.m. that morning.
By 1:30 p.m. that day TV3 in its news broadcast made public the allegations made in one of the affidavits, which were very detrimental to Datuk Anwar. Those allegations were also published among others, in a special edition of the Malay Mail newspaper which went to print at about 12:00 noon and became available for purchase by the public at 2:00 p.m. the same day. Lulu's mum sent her out to buy this [noC4 required] explosive edition which contained sex, lies and no videotape.

Fastforward 10 years.
On 18th June 2008, RPK signed a statutory declaration concerning what he had been informed regarding the Altantuya murder. It made its way around the internet.
There was no special edition printed by the Malay Mail even though the boost in sales would have been much appreciated in a time where their sales have gone the same direction as their reputation.
There was nothing, not even a hint of it in the normal papers.

ahh.... Lulu suspects this PM really, really likes his DPM, unlike the 1998 PM and his DPM.

Go here to read more about the Anwar affidavit. It is a document dated 15 September 1998 and signed by Raja Aziz Addruse, Tun Mohamed Suffian, Rasamah Bhupalan, Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, Dato’ Param Cumaraswamy, Ramdas Tikamdas, P. Ramakrishnan, Mehrun Siraj, Zainur Zakaria, Cecil Rajendra, Yang Pei Keng, Rustam A. Sani, Gan Teik Chee and Sivarasa Rasiah

Update [9:00am, June 23]
ahh.... finally. a hint of it on the Star regarding a "prominent woman"'s presence


Anonymous said...

who was the judge, the AG and IGP then? Lulu, flash it out to serve as a reminder.
Mahatir, I dont know whats going on in your mind as your misdeeds unravel before your eyes. And of course, the same question is posed for those who served you faithfully in this episode. And I guess you all will dread the day of retribution if PR really comes into power.
But for me, I hope that Anwar, first and foremost task, is to reveal the truth and then forgive them and move on in nation building. This is the hallmark of a Statesman.

Michelle said...


The "prominent woman" part was also something I picked up. Not sure if the other news portals like NST Online have reported on this explosive issue.

The Star decided, no names allowed, is it? Even on Wong Chun Wai's blog, the RPK SD issue didn't appear on his blog until yesterday night. And he also didn't mention the names in his own blog.


mob1900 said...

The Prominent Woman is more prominent for her 'helmet' of a Hair than her deeds. Hope that's not where she keeps the C4s...

Anonymous said...

The truth is almost always a bitter pill.Let us all say a little prayer for RPK and all who dares administer these kind of medication.Cheers!


desiderata said...

Hi lulu, to sir wit' love?

Jest informing this generous Host I've bollowed thy post todie as I'm on the run. Find time to drop by furong for Haridas' bestA tehtari'? plus bestA2 kambing at Lingam's -- treat it as a VK-tion!

PS: THanks for usefool LINKS too, and here's sending best wishes to mob1900 -- I aweways try killing 2 birdies wit' 1 pebble:)