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NAZRI ABDUL AZIZ – DECLARED JOKER OF THE YEAR!

Posted in Uncategorized by malaysiasms on July 17, 2009

GAVIN KHOO


JULY 17 — Each year this blog nominates a few individuals to be crowned the Joker of the Year. It is a bit unique this year. This is only the month of July and nomination is already closed and a winner declared.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz is the grand winner of 2009. He cautioned against pointing the finger at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for Teoh Beng Hock’s death.

I would like to inform Nazri of what I think of the MACC in this incident. The commission is wrong for abusing its investigation and interrogation procedure. Was Teoh a criminal? Would he abscond?

Why must the commission conduct its interrogation after office hours until wee hours in the morning? Why can’t officers of the commission conduct the session during office hours the next day?

I am not suggesting a murder here but clearly the commission has a lot to explain for neglecting the safety of a person under their custody. Worse, this person was not even a suspect.

The commission should be sued for negligence.

Nazri’s insensitivity should be severely criticised. For once I agree with Mahathir that this man is not fit to be in the current cabinet. Recently, he verbally attacked several commissioners of Suhakam who called for a new state election in Perak and called them “crooks”.

It takes one to know one.

Nazri should make real his threats. He is welcome to come after this blogger. I am going to repeat it again; yes, the MACC was responsible for the death of Teoh Beng Hock. It could also be a breach of the commission’s ethics and procedure. — khookaypeng.blogspot.com

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  1. ezani said, on August 27, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    Gavin

    We are not sure that MACC personnel caused the death of Teoh. But I would agree that MACC should be responsible for anyone while under their custody. What I mean is that, even if MACC personnel did not cause Teoh’s death, they should be responsible for his safety. Here I am thinking, would Teoh be any safer if the MACC had conductedtheir interrogation during office hours in bright daylight with a lot of people still inside the building of Plaza Massalam ?


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