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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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Tuesday, 10 April 2012 08:00

OUTRAGEOUS DISGRACE: Malaysians shamed over the Altantuya murder

Written by  J. D. Lovrenciear
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OUTRAGEOUS DISGRACE: Malaysians shamed over the Altantuya murder
The father of the late Ms Altantuya is in town. Talking through the media (on-line reports), what he reveals would shame any caring Malaysian.
It is unbelievable to be told after six endless years, that our Prime Minister – the man who represents this country to the whole wide world, has been avoiding the stricken father of Altantuya.
The PM apparently “ran away” avoiding the father of Altantuya. What kind of leader is this man? Surely you are not going to retaliate screaming that this Mongolian national is lying through his teeth – are you?
No response from BN govt
If this embarrassment is not enough, the Mongolian visitor states that our government has not responded to any of the numerous official communication from the government of Mongolia. Now what kind of nationhood are we having here?
Where is our basic courtesy, accountability and sensitivity? Is our government so dead that it does not care about any official communication?
Or is this also another blatant lie from this Mongolian gentleman?
As it is, the government is not giving Malaysians satisfactory and fool-proof answers to the many questions they posed about the C4, the missing immigration records, and who instructed trained soldiers to act in such manner.
Yes the prime minister and the government not only seems to be blind, deaf and mute to Malaysians’ concerns they are now as revealed by another foreign national, equally indifferent, arrogant and wicked to another country too.
Lost all sense of shame
What is all these? Have we lost all sense of shame? Have we become so arrogant that we do not care a damn for anyone anymore?
Does our prime minister not realize that this is the most damned piece of news to surface now? Surely the father of murdered Altantuya did not come all the way here just to smear the government or the prime minister.
Surely, he must have grieved enough – six long years and we are still unable to return the remains of the poor soul to the parents and the land of the deceased. What kind of efficiency are we into? What kind of justice are we upholding?
Do we not have any respect for anyone anymore? Do we not realize how shameful all these will turn out to be in the eyes and hearts of the global community?
And yet we go around claiming to be a caring leadership; a caring government – when we cannot even resolve, heal and do penance for the gross greedy sleazy mistake of not just murdering a female but using C4 after shooting her with bullets.
What kind of animals are roaming in this country?
We talk about and shout so much about treason. We scream for blood over race and religion. But here is a case of a human soul that was blasted away; the remains not returned; ignoring official communication; refusing to see and demonstrate compassion.
Citizens are asking: what kind of leadership are we having? What type of leader/s is/are leading us? What kind of justice is at play? Is this the kind of Malaysia we must nurture shamelessly in the eyes of the grieved; in the eyes of the global community; and above all before God?
What a shame. What a grieving shame. Why are we allowing some people to betray all of us Malaysians? Why are we allowing some people to destroy the reputation and integrity of this nation?
Can the Honorable Prime Minister please answer? Or are we just going to be treated like the Mongolian government or the Mongolian father of late Ms Altantuya? Or are we also going to be treated like the late victim Alatantuya?
We need answers and we need answers fast if BN is going to be relevant to this nation anymore.
Malaysia Chronicle
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Tuesday, 10 April 2012 07:25

IGP defends Musa Hasan: Lodge reports, don't just accuse

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IGP defends Musa Hasan: Lodge reports, don't just accuse
KUALA LUMPUR - Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Ismail Omar has urged those hurling accusations at former IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan to lodge police reports, instead of spreading false information via the media.
He said this when asked to comment on allegations that former commercial crime investigation department director Datuk Ramli Yusuff and six of his officers were sidelined with regard to promotion and transfers.
Ismail, who attended a high-level police and customs meeting here today, said he did not want the issue to be speculated upon, at the risk of smearing the credibility of the parties concerned.
Meanwhile, he said the police had not received any report against Musa.
— Bernama

DESIDERATA: I remember MANY reports have been carried by mGf Din Merican in his blogsite over the past two years, yet the IGP pleads ignorance. I'll try to steal one such report to rock our brain cells going lamer and lamer nowadays -- affected by the daily BULLSAHIT from our BN/UMNO leaders like DPM Mooyeedin and just-rsigned in nobility minster for COWgate Sharizat Jalil now ably replaced by PM Najib Razak, of all the Wanita!:) OR :( NO, we can't depend on the Police force anymore since the 1998 (or 1999?) incident involving then IGP-bashing the just sacked DPM Anwar Ibrahim incident WHILE IN POLICE CUSTODY!  -- Black Eye remember? Jangan mudah lupa, ulanggg banyakkk kali ex-PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad!:(

UPDATEd @1223PM: C how heART Desi works 4Thee? Bye me endless rouds of tehtarik cun?:) OR :(

From another C&Pstry:)~~~

An empiricist, I am willing to learn by my mistakes, and those of others–Grameen Bank's Yunus

Najib’s rejection of a Tribunal to probe A-G Gani Patail regrettable

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March 25, 2012

Najib’s rejection of a Tribunal to probe A-G Gani Patail regrettablesays Dato’ Ramli Yusuff

by Hafiz Yatim (03-24-12)
EXCLUSIVE As the Police Force celebrates its 205th anniversary today (March 24), the sadness felt by a senior PoliceOfficer and his men was strongly felt when Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak last night rejected their calls for a tribunal to probe Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail and former IGP Musa Hassan.
The group of Police Officers had their rank, promotion, and wages suspended after they were allegedly wrongly charged over an investigation that then Deputy Internal Security Minister Johari Baharum had ordered, on directions of the cabinet.
They had ended up being implicated in the investigation, that was meant to curb the illegal loanshark and syndicate menace that unfortunately is still plaguing Johor today.
As a result of being charged with fabrication, these Police Officers have had difficulty making ends meet; some had to secretly moonlight as taxi drivers at night just to earn enough to support their families, as their wages had been suspended by half.
Following Najib’s rejection for a tribunal yesterday, former Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Ramli Yusuff (left) told Malaysiakini in an immediate response that henceforth, the Police Force, and possibly the Army too, will work in constant fear knowing that certain quarters are being protected by powerful individuals.
“The Police and the Army are supposed to be neutral and take care of the security of the country without fear or favour. They will now think twice about making a decision or using their discretion, even though the orders come from the higher-ups,” said the former top cop.
“Why should they follow their bosses’ instructions if they are going to end up being charged for abuse, or in this instance for fabrication? This stigma will affect enforcement agencies. My boys and I have spent quite a lot to clear our names. Some have to drive a taxi at night (discreetly) in order to make ends meet,” he said.
‘All of us cleared of all charges’
Ramli lamented that no one had lifted a finger to help them, not even the government. “My pension and my gratuity is still being withheld since 2008. At this age, I still have to work hard,” said Ramli, who has just turned 60.
“All of us had been cleared of all the charges against us without our defence being called. I was acquitted and discharged by nine different judges.The charges were trumped-up, and there was no basis for them to charge my boys and I,” he told Malaysiakini almost in tears.
Six of Ramli’s men were charged by the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) for fabricating evidence in 2007.
Ramli who was once labelled the RM27 million cop, faced several charges by the ACA in Sabah and Kuala Lumpur that same year. Besides Ramli, then Brig-Gen (Rtd) Mohamad Yasin Yahya, who was allegedly taken by Ramli on a Royal Malaysian Police Cessna Caravan aircraft for a aerial surveillance of two lots of land in Ulu Tungku, Lahad Datu, Sabah, had to face a perjury charge in the Sabah trial but he was later acquitted.
During the judgment in Ramli’s Sabah case for alleged abuse of power, the Sessions judge rejected Musa’s testimony as untrustworthy.
My officers have suffered
Ramli had been acquitted of all charges by the Court of Appeal without his defence being called.
“From the beginning, I have said I have been fixed and since then, I have been cleared by all the courts in the country from the Sessions Court, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. If Abdul Gani and Musa (right) face what I had faced in court or in a tribunal, can they confidently say they can be equally cleared? Is it because there is no guarantee they will be cleared that that is why the system (tribunal) is being circumvented?” he asked.
Ramli said following his men being charged, he had also helped support them financially and get them lawyers to defend themselves.
He said it was on his conscience that his officers had to suffer over his instructions to tackle the crime syndicates.
“I want to show that we are responsible officers protecting their junior officers.One day, it may happen that a general cannot control his subordinates and this would create a situation of a general without an army, because the chain of command is not being followed.
“The present IGP (Ismail Omar), Deputy IGP (Khalid Abu Bakar) and most of the directors had worked with me before, and they know my style (of leadership),” he said.
Why Najib’s reluctance?
It has been reported that during the course of the investigation into the syndicates, Ramli had stumbled upon the alleged involvement of his boss, then IGP Musa, with underworld kingpin Goh Cheng Poh or Tengku Goh.
Questions remain as to why the Police task force headed by Ramli was subsequently suspended and its members charged, while Musa and deputy internal security minister Johari were cleared.
During the course of Tengku Goh’s habeas corpus application, the attorney-general did not defend Ramli and his men, including Johari. The latter group had to seek a lawyer’s service to draft the necessary affidavits in reply.
NONENajib (left in photo) had yesterday rejected the call for a tribunal, saying there was insufficient evidence in the matter.
Questions remain regarding Najib’s decision, especially when both Abdul Gani and Musa are faced with suchserious allegations.
Perhaps former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim, who is another individual willing to testify over Abdul Gani and Musa’s alleged misconduct, hit the nail on the head.
He said Najib’s answer was expected as the Prime Minister does not want a tribunal lest other information held by the two former top cops would be disclosed in the process.

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