Monday, July 20, 2009

Lulu Is Amazed How Things Change Once Najib Shows Some Concern

Najib was in Saudi when Teoh's body was found at Plaza Masalam. Plaza Masalam houses the Selangor MACC HQ and it was there that Teoh was "assisting" the MACC in an investigation which began at 6:00pm on Wed and allegedly ended at 3:45am Thur.

This is a sampling of some of the responses
- Selangor CPO Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said tonight the authorities had classified the death of Teoh Beng Hock as sudden death and do not see any evidence of foul play so far.
- If there is a need, the police will investigate MACC because they have the powers to do so,” Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said
such a tidak apa, open-shut attitude, if lulu may say so herself.

On Saturday, Najib sent his condolences to the Teoh's family and fiance.
A wreath was sent to his house.
Oh Ei Sun, his political secretary, went to the family's house as Najib's representative to see what the family could do.and on Sunday, 1-2-3days after his tragic unwarranted death, the police raided the MACC.
after 3 days, finally.

in that time, a lot of things can be done.
windows washed
floors cloroxed
original files shredded
cctv footages disappear
fiction written
files erased or rewritten

3 days!
did they have to wait for Najib to give the go ahead signals?
what signal can we expect next from najib?
that the police are to do an honest job in their investigation, leave no stone unturned and no politican spared?
or to find 1-2 scapegoats and end the problem there?


Anonymous said...

the LORD says : "vengeance is mine."

novice101 said...

Nazri, Muyhiddin, Zainul Arffin and Selangor UMNO Youth, please read this :

Monday July 20, 2009
Fatwa needed on MACC procedures

OUR nation is shocked by the death of a young man after he had undergone an interrogation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). It saddened us more as he was only a witness to assist the investigation and not even the accused.

As a practising Muslim, my heart cried for justice as prescribed by our Holy Book of Islam, the Quran. Our Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) taught us strict principles to imagine what would we feel if such a tragedy were to happen to our own son, brother or close relative.

All Malaysians should extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of the deceased.

At the same time, it is a sin to let such an incident happen without a thorough revamp of the investigative procedures.

The investigative procedures used by MACC were professionally taught by Westerners. And it is a fact that these Westerners are godless people. They do not believe in the existence of Almighty Allah nor do they ever accept that there is a day of judgment after death.

Therefore, their ways of working are based on the ends justifying the means.

To them there is no meaning of sin. They are not afraid of accountability to Almighty Allah. This clearly is in contrast to the teachings of Islam.

I would like to humbly request the National Fatwa Council to play an active role here. The Fatwa Council should scrutinise all the procedures used by MACC and give a verdict according to the Islamic ruling. This is a huge responsibility but the nation is in need of such prompt action.



Deputy Nazir,

Masjid Al-Mujahideen,

Damansara Utama,

Petaling Jaya.

Anonymous said...

The Bar Council is still sleeping. Ramalx