Monday, July 28, 2008

Sexually Assaulted, NOT!

There is no evidence that Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan was sodomised, according to the doctor who examined him four hours before he lodged a police report alleging he was sexually assaulted by PKR

leader Anwar Ibrahim.

saiful bukhari azlan brickfields police station 030708It is believed that Anwar's former aide Saiful (left) went to two different hospitals on June 28 - the day he lodged the police report claiming that he was sodomised by his ex-boss.

He first went to Hospital Pusrawi (Pusat Rawatan Islam) in Jalan Tun Razak - a government-linked Islamic medical institution - at about 2pm.

According to a copy of the two-page medical report obtained by malaysiakini yesterday, Saiful went to the hospital complaining of 'tenesmus' - a medical term for difficulty and pain in passing motion.

He was examined by Dr Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid, the medical officer on duty.

The doctor said that the patient had alleged he was assaulted by the intrusion of a piece of "plastic" in the anus.

Mohamed Osman, according to his medical report which was recorded at 2.14pm, found "zero active bleeding", "zero ulcer or pus", "zero tear and scar" in Saiful's anus.

He also stated that Saiful appeared "alert", "comfortable", "not pale" and did not show any fever symptoms.

Hospital Pusrawi 280708.jpgA senior Pusrawi official told malaysiakini this morning that the hospital had launched an internal investigation on how Saiful's medical report was leaked, which is widely considered as a major infringement of patient privacy.

When malaysiakini showed him a copy of the report, he refused to return it saying, "It's our document."

A check at the emergency unit where Mohamed Osman is attached revealed that he has taken leave since last week.

Meanwhile, Pusrawi general manager Wan Mahmood Wan Yaacob refused to comment on the matter.

Conflicting medical reports

Mohamed Osman, in his report's concluding remarks, advised Saiful to go to a government hospital so as "to rule out" assault and sodomy.

Hospital Pusrawi Emergency ward 280708.jpgAt 6pm on that day, Saiful went to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for his second medical examination. He subsequently lodged a report against Anwar at the police beat at the hospital.

According to an expert who has dealt with rape and sodomy cases, the victim must provide a second medical examination in a government hospital.

This expert said the court will only accept evidence from a government hospital but the first medical examination must collaborate with the second report, otherwise this could be challenged during the trial.

"From the report, the doctor had failed to find any evidence to support the patient's complaint. That was why he asked the patient to go to a government hospital to conclusively rule out assault or sodomy," said the expert who requested anonymity.

saiful bukhari azlan medical report pusrawi sodomyIt is learnt that the police have recorded statements from Mohamed Osman after Saiful lodged the report against Anwar.

The doctor was said to be under tremendous stress as a result of the police interrogation over a number of days, and was advised by the hospital to take leave.

Mohamed Osman, a Burmese Muslim, has 20 years of experience as a doctor. He previously worked in government hospitals before joining Pusrawi about a year ago.

Efforts by Malaysiakini to contact Saiful have not been successful.

When contacted, Saiful's lawyer Zamri Idrus said that he would not respond to the latest development.

"I am not going to comment (on the matter) because the investigations are still going on."

When pressed whether Saiful had issued an instruction not to react to the issue, Zamri repeated “no comment”.

Become 1 Malaysia

25, 26,27 July were one of the meaningful days in my life. There I was with a bunch of my UTAR friends attending a race camp organized by Awam. Students from UKM, USM and UPM and even from USM. It was about 6 we reached there and signed in and went to our rooms. There was lunch at about 8pm and after that, we had our first session of the camp. I was rather nervous because I was having a bad sore throat and usually when meeting up with new friends i would just keep quiet and let others make a move. You want to call it shy or arrogance, up to you.

The first session was the ice-breaking session. There were four facilitators; Fahmi Rezza, Gee, Ruhan a.k.a Koi and of course "BOSS". We talked about ourselves and got to know others. We were broken to a pair and I got a guy called Iskandar doing his final year in UM. So this exercise was to get to know about your new friend and introduce to the other. So as usual, every Malaysian during getting to know a new friend will go into a routine of asking their name, from where, brothers and sisters, hobbies and other lame stuff.

Me and Iskandar or his nickname was "Is" asked some questions and of all a sudden I we were talking about politics. How random! We did not talked about families and all but were discussing about the political diversity and how media manipulates our mind. I have had loads of Malay friends and I think,Is was the first guy i felt like relating myself with. He can even speak Cambodia. Damm, how cool is that. A Muslim who likes to learn about other native speakers language. There were others also who were talking about changing Malaysia, being scared of things, cars, girlfriends the usual stuff and to a extend of following a friend to buy condoms, and there was this guy form UM. Jamal was his name, he is twice as crazy then me lah wei. During introducing his friend, he bersyair lah wei. HaHaHa. Al tough I had sore throat, I cant stop laughing.

We then talked about why do we say, we cant talk about race issues because its sensitive? There was no reason to call a race/ethnic issue as sensitive because we think its a sensitive due to the media. So what if there was a riot, so what if there might be a miss understanding among other races. No proper planning was done during talking about racial issue and the way the message was sent out might have been wrong, that's why I think we had all those stupid acts. If you were to ask me about May 13, it was unnecessary. Why do we the citizens have to be responsible on the stupid acts?

There was nothing much on the first night. We finished at about 12 a.m and we were suppose to sleep. Me, tony, basil were sitting with Fahmi Rezza and were talking about reality and stuff. Man was crazy lah! We were asking about " How real is reality ? And how do we know that we are the only being? We talked till 3 am. On there opposite side there was KJ with Ruhan and some UKM students. If I'm not mistaken, it was Ken, Firdaus, Lings and some others. They were talking about some wicked theories like Marxist theory and things about social science. It was similar to what we were talking about, but I think it was deeper.

Anyway we were talking about the mechanism, atoms and molecule that says that a thing is not moving but its not there. Lets say; I have a pen on the table, and it has a rule of not to move but yet its not there. Tony was saying about we are actually no here, and the final blow was what Fahmi said; What if there is something beyond this world? What is all now that is happening now is just a dream? I'm typing now in my blog right, what if I'm actually like 80 years old and going to die and I'm just dreaming about writing the blog? What if I am just a part of a dream now, so I'm just a fiction character in the mind. Do you think we are crazy? It was X-files. It was 2 am and we are talking about quantum physics and universal things.

Its was only the first night. I was thinking to myself. the truth is we are so mixed up in the world of fashion, civilization and many more that we don't care about the reality. Should I say reality? OH, What the heck? Don't care! The next morning things were starting to get heated up. We learnt what happened in Malaysia history and made judgments weather its good or bad. There were some of those issues that were said its bad like Hindraf was bad because it had a majority of Indians only and much more.

We have our own reasons to give and all of it seemed to be reasonable. We also ended up talking about Hindraf rally which was held and some were against it and I was against it partly, the fact that some Hindraf leaders were only looking at their friends and in Hindu people only. Not Indians only were facing those problems but other races too had it. I think its unfair to fight for 1 race only of we want to have integration. If we were to say that Indians can feel the most and other will only feel pity saying its hard to put myself in their shoes, that's pure bullshit!! The fact proves that all races and ethnic have the same problem but why only Indian. So how? Does that prove that Hindraf just thought of themselves and not others? Yes it worked but at what cost? Think for yourselves people!!

Before lunch we had a talk given by Hissamuddin Rais and Dr. Syed Husin Ali. Both of the speakers were great. I loved the way Hissamudin Rais said about we University students are thinking like Old people and the fact that we are made to think like an old people adding by urging us to challenge the old people. Some of the my friends from the other university did not like the way the speech was given because they say that as a Muslim, he cant say such things about breaking the rules. To me, I think they did not get the idea of why he said such things. If the students were to read some of his works than they will be able to understand why did he say it.

Actually what he meant was to o against ur parents and university and even the government if you think their actions were wrong. The tattoo was just an example lah. I don't know maybe some were just too sensitive I guess, its just how we see it how we interpret it. Some of them saw him with his religion values and some saw him as himself and his values.

The next activity was to talk about the stereotyping in a race. We were to discuss the different stereotypes that Malaysians use on other races. Indian are seen as thief, gangster, rapist, Malays for lazy, cheater, sex maniac and Chinese as Ah long, Pajak Gadai, dirty, eat pork and there were many other races lah . What i wrote here is just a small portion but the thing is that, we were made to realize that even an Indian can be lazy and can also be dirty. So the thing having to stereotype is wrong. What we need is to just think positively. Most Malaysians are not taking things positively.
Let me give you a situation. When ever a person from other ethnic says or does something wrong, we remember it till we die but if they were to do a good act we just let it pass. Why can't it be the other ways round. I really thank other friends in the camp because we were like going against it and we don't use this on them. It was just what we have heard or others saying. It is bad to have a stereotype on others even if its good or bad cause if its good and they failed to meet the good stereotyping the give them a bad stereotyping. See how it works.

The following was to create what you think is "Bangsa Malaysia". I was rally impressed about what Ling's said a law student from UKM. He said it does not matter if you are born in Malaysia, even if you were to think Malaysia about the food, culture and arts, you are a Malaysian. Born in Malaysia as in the IC is for our law and order, what we are talking is to have the thought of serving and being apart of Malaysia. There are visitors who come to Malaysia and comment and to fight together with the people in Malaysia against something which they do not like.

That's Malaysia spirit. Another comment which made my mind to just blow up was about why must it be " Bangsa Malaysia" cant it be a bangsa for a whole world. Even its a big radical and extreme, its way really logic. What if we combine our thoughts and passion to create 1 world. That would be great. But then lets start with something small like make our races as Bangsa Malaysia. Languages and culture of all races will be there but as one. We also did a drama about stereotyping and I had to be Samy Vellu. HaHaHa. Me and Jamal were great. All the stupid stuff came out and we were to act it out was really cool. We managed to pull the act out.

Later at night we had a movie called "The big Durian" . Others who have not seen the movie did not understand the movie because its too technical. Too me we had to see the movie twice. Its something like there are hidden agenda's in the story which the story of the Amok guy was made as highlight. People were very much into it that, the political issues were hidden under and made it to be seen as a racial issue.

We even had talked about the quota system in the universities and the was a great debate on the Quota system. Some were saying Chinese need more, Indians also and Malays students given too much. The fact is that the poorest among us are the Malays and there should be more allocation for them. But the thing is that some rich kids tend to missus it for their own benefit. But I'm not saying having a quota system is the best but if were to have new policy and to change the structure of the government then the quota system is to be changed and I think the system is too old. Get a new one, a new and better one.

We were given a choice to be the policy makes and surprisingly all of us did not see races to do the quota system instead we saw the rural schools. Wow!! Its like most of us are not seeing race we were like 1 nation. I was pleased to see that. Our group made a list without a quota at all. The students were to get in the university based on their knowledge and understanding. No bias or what so ever. There were also some who came up with the allocation for vernacular schools.
I think vernacular schools were not needed at all. They some up with racist students. I think, its better to insert them in national schools where they are able to interact with all different race and gender. But its not only by doing that all the problem will solve it. I believe everyone has their right to learn ones language and culture and also has the right to learn others culture.

So the education plan has to be revised in order all of them to be changed into national schools. In that way we are able to create a hybrid where they are as one.
That night some of us UTAR students and UKM students talked about religion and stuff. I cant tahan till 4 am and went and slept but the others were talking till 6am. That's crazy. We talked about religion and stuff. What do be see in religion, can we go to the future without religion and alot others . I think I cant type it here cause I think I will take me days to finish it. But it was 1 hell of a discussion.
The next day which was a last day we didn't had much cause I have explained it above, the quota system. It was suppose to be on this day. Hahaha. Looks like we are too much to the future. Rapping up was the part where we had to share what we feel about the camp all all of us loved the camp an got new friends to share and have activities with. The facilitators were so proud of us an Dr. Carmen broke down in tears seeing us all as one. I think that was a very great thing. We don't see much teachers who will cry of joy seeing all of us being as one. We have proven ourselves to be as one an also 1 step closer to create the perfect nation.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Is this acceptable!!

When I was reading Malaysiakini, I found this piece of article under the opinion section. Maybe you all might want to have a look at it. You all need an account to access Malaysiakini, so i copy and pasted here so that more of us will be able to get the information. So happy reading!


While the public should be heartened to note that Deputy Federal Territories Minister M Saravanan has submitted recommendations on how to improve the state of public transportation to the cabinet, they are equally cynical on whether these recommendations would actually work.


Saravanan said road expansions and additional flyovers would be built in ‘hot-spots’ to ease traffic congestion and improvements to bus, taxi and light rail transit (LRT) services would be carried out.

These seem to be pertinent areas that need urgent attention. However, a more holistic and integrated approach is overdue to rethink the state of our public transportation.

Last week, oil price hit the US$150 mark and there is fear that it will touch US$200 per barrel before the year is out. Perhaps in rethinking public transportation, we should work from the doom scenario of RM5 per litre of oil, and what public transportation can do to reduce the overall demand of fuel.

While saving fuel, the system yet assures efficiency and service to the population. In the longer term, with fossil fuels running out, it is only a matter of time before we face the inevitable adjustment. So, the earlier we start, the less painful it will be.

The bottom line is, how can we adjust our infrastructure in such a way that more people can be transported using less fuel, in less time taken by private vehicles. Two benchmarks can be set by the planners: how many people can be transported per litre of fuel and the average commuting time.

police parliament blockade traffic jams in city area 140708 02The transportation system needs to be examined closely from a fuel efficiency point of view. Single user cars must be discouraged at peak hours at ‘hot-spots’. Road and traffic management systems are non-existent in our cities, in part due to the fact that the government wants to stay populist and in part due to a lack of discipline and political will to make a new system work.

The nation’s infrastructure in tolled highways and new roads have been expanded without careful consideration of traffic flow, density of human activity and how this can be managed to assure efficiency. In my view, improvements should be made not only to "hardware" like roads or vehicles. A better management of traffic flow will help to ease congestion.

Before a traffic management system can be implemented, improvement to the public transportation system must be made. We have heard that plans favouring public transportation were shelved because of the conflicts of interest among the stakeholders in the transportation sector, for example highway concessionaires and car companies.

The authorities ought to recognise that crunch time is fast approaching and that they must face the hard choice of whose priorities should come first. Structural shakeout is inevitable in these changing times.

However, there could be win-win solutions, for example a connecting bus servicing the tolled highway between a high density residential area and the nearest bus or LRT link would reduce costs for the consumer, yet create revenue for the highway operator. In difficult times, infrastructure companies must be creative to stay relevant.

As a community, we must work to build an attractive public transportation where we promote a new lifestyle of fuel efficiency. How much time would it take for us to go from 18 percent of the population using public transport to as much as 50-70 percent of the population using the mass rapid transit system?

Time for lifestyle change

How do we make public transport attractive to commuters? How do we promote a transformation towards a new lifestyle where the citizens’ habits are adjusted according to the new modes of transport? The change will come, but the earlier we start, with better promotion and education, the easier it will be for the people to adjust.

Establish key arteries of linkages and decide what mode of public transportation would serve them best. For example in the Klang Valley, if the Federal highway is the key artery linking Klang to Kuala Lumpur, and buses and LRT are the key modes of transport, set a dateline to improve on these services.

Once traffic builds up, switch to trains. If there is already a train service in place, make it the best in the world.

public transportation 260706 kl lrt putraIn terms of costs and efficiency, experts have recommended that Malaysian cities work on rapid buses, not monorails. If this is the case, work out a master plan for rapid bus transport.

Also build a web of feeder service to these arteries. For private cars, make available to them safe public car parks at low cost or better still, no cost, so that they can get from their homes to the main transport links.

Build spacious and interesting waiting stations. In many western cities, the underground transportation spaces are filled with art and interesting cultural activities. We should redesign main bus stations to make them attractive to users.

Housing developers and communities are also encouraged to start their own mini feeder buses to help residents get to the main transportation links.

Delegate the authority to manage and control the feeder bus routes to the local municipal or state authorities for quick action and better management. The federal transportation authority must work closely with the state to ensure planning is done properly and that mechanisms for implementation are worked out with proper time schedules.

In this regard, the federal government must have the political will to streamline its own functions at the various ministry levels to bring public transportation under one single authority.

For shorter routes and in between hubs of activity, have the local municipals build and manage attractive bicycle paths. Plant trees and build lightning-proof shelters along the path so that cyclists can rest or take shelter when it rains.

rapid kl bus public transportation 021107A good public transportation system is not meant only for the poor. It is for all levels of society. We should improve service to serve a large majority of the population. The quality and reliability of the services should be the main attraction, not the fare. To help those in the lower income group like students and senior citizens, special fares and coupons can be issued.

Public transportation should be managed as a market model as far as possible. The advertising revenue from the stations and along the routes should be an important source of revenue to support operations.

Now that Malaysia has two heritage towns in Georgetown in Penang and Melaka, we must make these towns attractive to both residents and visitors. In the city centres, a time zone for private cars commercial vehicles can be worked out. Well-serviced tram-lines should be built to enable visitors to enjoy the sights.

It is important to keep in mind two key reforms if the Malaysian public transportation system is to move forward.

First, the authorities must recognise the urgency and priority of fuel efficiency. From the sporadic reactions and types of measures spoken of by government officers, one does not get the idea that our planners have recognised the crisis triggered by the ending of the era of cheap oil. The debate on public transportation must swing to its central cause that Malaysians can no longer afford the private car as their dominant mode of transport.

Secondly, we have to accept the fact that our cities, towns and residential areas are designed for humans, not cars. Spaces are taken up for roads and parking bays, leaving very little walking or activity space for humans. We should be thinking about a new lifestyle, one where humans return to the centre and fuel efficient modes of transport provide the links.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Have I got any spare time?

Oh my God! I seriously do not any time left. I cant even blog about politics. Next week is a week of chaos for me. I would not be surprised if I do not get any sleep for the whole week. Let me see what do have to do for next week.

Monday- I have 2 quizzes to be done, where the first is at 8am "History of English Language" and followed with the other one at 10 am "Culture and Religious practices". To make is worst I have a Mas Media presentation to finish up my day.

Tuesday-I have Language learning theories test. So its makes up to a total of 3 quizzes.

Wednesday- Its a holiday, but when i write down what happens to the next days you will know what possible i would do on this day.

Thursday- Unfortunately, this day had to fall on this week. It had to be perfect! Its my birthday. After loads of discussion my aunt wants to celebrate my 21st Birthday. Don't want to disappoint her and and uncle and mother. The night me and my friends are to get to Wangsa Maju for a little dinner. I hope it is a little dinner.

Friday- This day is the deadline for assignments. Mass Media assignment's due will be at 10am. and the Reaction paper will be at 2pm which consists of summary and a personal view. And AT evening some of us have to report to the La Salle school for a workshop till Sunday. We will be staying overnight there and our Saturday and Sunday will be gone . Even if I have Sunday it will be like a few hours only. Now why do I say about Saturday and Sunday? Because on Monday there is a deadline for History of English Language project paper.

So I think you can figure out what will I be doing on times there is no class. The only thing that makes it abit better is that except for the reaction paper the others are all group work. So basically I have got no time to to blog about politics and I think I will not even have time to read a newspaper. Lets hope the week runs as slow as possible.

Monday, July 14, 2008

I swear I 'm not involved, I hope !

Today I opened the the 1st page of The Sun newspaper and guess what did i saw? Our DPM giving a speech about the involvement of of him in the murder case of the Mongolian model Altantulya last year. There were like about 300 BN/UMNO supporters and he had to make a stupid move by saying it. Well why do I call it a stupid move? If we are aware of the behavior of our DPM, we are able figure out the answer.

He is a man who is mad of power and usually does not care about others and is a cunning man. A hardcore politician does not care about his fault if he did not do it. When he was asked on to comment abt the issue previous weeks, he said " Why are you people are intrested in garbage," And now he can swear that he does not know the woman at all and has no connection with the case. Futhermore can also say I think this is the best way to make you all believe me. This is so stupid. Before this i had a doubt weather is he really involved but now i can be sure.... The citizens are not that dumb.

We can have our own judgements and most probebly true. Its a pity to see that we have been fed and fed with information and the worst is the info is not 100% reliable. Lets say if this accusation was intended to kill our DPM's political influence, then I think the sodomy case was also a set up against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Swearing on "Allah" Just becouse the god is silent you can go around making all sorts of swearing.

Oh man, please let me remind you that we are living in the 21 century. So please next time think wisely before you make an assumption. What a joke. I think maybe there were afew nightmares in sleeps. Thats why my aunt always say must wash legs before you go to bed.Hahaha. I think the next move is to seek a bomoh to chase the chants and dreams away. But becareful you might never know that there might be another Mona Fandy.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

What do people understand about the word "Friends"

(Difference between friends and INDIAN friends)

FRIENDS: Never ask for food.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Always bring the food.

FRIENDS: Will say 'hello'
INDIAN FRIENDS: Will give you a big hug
and a kiss.

FRIENDS: Call your parents Mr. and Mrs.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Call your parent's mom
and dad.

FRIENDS: Have never seen you cry.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Cry with you.

FRIENDS: Will eat at your dinner table
and leave.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Will spend hours there,
laughing and just being together

FRIENDS: know a few things about you.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Could write a book with
quotes from you.

FRIENDS: Will leave you behind if
that's what the crowd is doing.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Will kick the whole
crowds' ass that left you.

FRIENDS: Would knock on your door.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Walk right in and
say, 'I'm home!'

FRIENDS: Are for a while.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Are for life.

FRIENDS: Will ignore this.
INDIAN FRIENDS: Will forward this.

Copied from What you you all think when you see this message? Anything runs in your mind? Is there anything wrong with this message or is it just a normal chain message.

My explanation for the extract above.

I saw this forwarded message in my Friendster message inbox and found that this is quite disturbing. Basically I think it has a sense of racist. I am totally gonna counter this . I do not see that only Indians are good friends. To be frank I came form a hardcore Indian place and most of the Indians there are racist and sad to say I am embarrassed to say that I come from there. I have seen situations where in a wedding or any sort of celebration a group of older men or women get together,the topic of discussion would be on other races. The following months and perhaps years, I hated to attend any sort of functions due to their behavior and mindset.

There were even situations where they gossiped about others from so called same "race". Is this what we call "Indian Friends are concerned about", that as mentioned above. I dont think so. The fact is that the most crimes and gangsterism happening in Malaysia are done by Indians. WoW! I cant believe that people can create this kind of messages and other had forwarded it to their friends list and even to those who are not even Indians. This is a FACT not just some crap I telling. Let me make it clear. There is only ONE race in this world and it is the HUMAN race. Live with that fact, will make your life easier.

When you want to talk about me, let me tell I have met very less Indian friends within this 21 year. Dont come and tell me that this might just be a luck. I do have good friends who are not Indians and the are much better that what is said in above. And guess what, they are mostly Malay's and Chinese. They were nothing like what I have heard since I was small. During my younger days, I have been scolded by relations and even beaten up by schoolmates for having other than Indian friends .

I'm not saying there are not good Indians out there but its the message that we are sending out. I do agree there are some of them who are too protective about their believe,culture and religion. But that's just a minority case. This is us the nature of humans, we will try to find fault and not see the bigger picture about someone or something. There are implications of sending this kind of messages.

As i have mentioned ealier, what if a non-Indian were to read this? What will he or she would feel about themselves? Seeing the picture now I can tell that the reason that this nation is not together is because we are the ones who are having attitudes. There is no point for us to be unhappy about the political system, educational system, Bumiputra special rights and e.t.c because we are the same. Why do we complain when we are the one who have to change first?

To me this is a sort of race discrimination which i am not happy. The person who created this should be ashamed for bringing up this and should be held responsible upon creating a wide barrier between all of us. We are now in the zone of trying to be as one without seeing ethnicity or gender and some irresponsible people can afford to create something like this. I am NOT an Indian but a MALAYSIAN.

The funny thing is how many of us believe that we are Malaysians, the moment a person comes up and say something racist, for example "Hoi hindu keling", we tend to do back the same and sometimes worst. But I think it would help if we were to just talk to that person and ask why they say so and prove we are not as what they think or maybe have heard? If I am not mistaken, according to any religion, a person is taught to respect a women as equal as men and also other races and not to discriminate.

So please change your perceptions .I have no right to make u you mind but please do spend some time to think of what have we done for the past 50 years, at least you can think for yourselves and for your future generation. Why do we argue about the government and other when we ourselves are not in the right spot?

We are together for a certain period only. I say this because we are seen as one when we all agree on a point like during elections we were together and then all were like thats it. During Makkal Sakti rally there wereonly indians no other races were allowed to join except indians. Why? Did the other ethnic group say we will notsupport you ? Later we are seen at fuel protest and others as one naton but then thats it. Not more than that. Its like we need each other only when we are desperate. Is it possible for us to change but are we willing to ?

Friday, July 11, 2008

You just got smacked on your face!!

Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has summoned inspector-general of police Musa Hassan and attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail for questioning on the allegation that they were involved in fabricating evidence in former deputy premier Anwar Ibrahim's black eye incident.


musa gani aca 110708 arrive 1Musa (right) arrived at the ACA headquarters in Putrajaya at 8.20am wearing a grey suit with a polka-dot tie. He smiled to journalists before entering the building. Meanwhile, Gani arrived at 9.50am.

Both Musa and Gani did not stop to talk to the media after their separate sessions with the ACA.

Gani (below), who was first to come out of the meeting at about 11.30am, walked past the horde of waiting reporters without saying a word.

musa gani aca 110708 arrivalMusa came out of the ACA headquarters at about 1.05pm and similarly broke through the media cordon.

"I have nothing to say. Thank you," said Musa as he evaded answering questions from reporters who had been waiting since early morning to get comments from both the IGP and the AG.

"They recorded my statement. That's all," Musa said before speeding off in his official car.

Last Tuesday, PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim lodged a police report against Musa and Gani for allegedly fabricating evidence in his trials 10 years ago.

musa gani aca 110708 mobbed 2At that time, Musa was the investigating officer of the charges against Anwar while AG Gani was the chief prosecutor.

When Anwar was arrested on Sept 20, 1999, he was brought to the national police headquarters in Bukit Aman where the former deputy premier was beaten by then police chief Abdul Rahim Noor, resulting in a black eye and injuries to other parts of his body.

Original medical reports ignored

Anwar said that the original medical reports done by a number of doctors were ignored.

anwar ibrahim black eye small 080206"The medical reports concluded that the injury inflicted on me was consistent with an assault," said Anwar in his police report.

However, Anwar claimed that instead of accepting the report and proceeded to prosecute his assailant, then attorney-general Mokhtar Abdullah - in collusion with Gani - asked another doctor, Dr Abdul Rahman Yusof, to allegedly fabricate a second medical report.

Anwar said he believed both Musa and Gani were present in Bukit Aman on the night he was assaulted by Rahim Noor and that both had "concealed" the assault.

musa gani aca 110708 nothing to say"I believe both Musa and Gani Patail were actively involved in the procuring of the second undated report by Dr Rahman..." he said.

Anwar called for a fresh investigation into the alleged fabrication of evidence, which is an offence punishable by up to 7 years' imprisonment.

The ACA has stepped in to investigate the allegation as both the police and Attorney-General's Chambers are implicated in the matter.