Oh, Dear. The man who last year lodged a police report against Malaysia Today's RPK is quite certain to be fielded as a candidate in the general election, according to Agenda Daily.
Muhammad son of Muhammad Taib seems to have made all the right moves since Abdullah Ahmad Badawi became Prime Minister: he has befriended KJ, the PM's son-in-law, and his men in the State, and has never again been caught with a million dollars on his person.
Selangor is said to be one of the few states that the son-in-law considers hostile or does not really feel at home. If Mike Tyson makes a successful comeback, that could soon change.
Read the Agenda Daily's piece here.