Wee Choo Keong has submitted a written submission to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the VK Lingam's video clop which they didn't want him to make public. The Wangsa Maju candidate for Parliament in this Saturday's General Election won't submit to that, so he has gone ahead and published the entire submission HERE.
10. Then there is another statement made by Dato V K Lingam which directly establishes Tun Ahmad Fairuz was the person to whom Dato V K Lingam was speaking. At page 6 exhibit C8, Dato V K Lingam was saying:
“You suffered so much, so much you have done. You know, for the election petition,
Wee Choo Keong, everything. How much, nobody would have done all these.”
11. It is a well known fact that in 1995 the Election Petition Judge for the Election Petition was none other than Tun Ahmad Fairuz. In this Election Petition Tun Ahmad Fairuz saw it fit to disqualify
Wee Choo Keongas the duly elected MP for Bukit Bintang and Tun Ahmad Fairuz went further to appoint the loser in the 1995 General Election as the duly elected MP for Bukit Bintang. The Tun AHamd Fairuz’s said decision was not based on legal principle and contrary principle of democracy where MP is elected by the voter.
11.1 At the hearing of the Royal Commission,
Wee Choo Keongdid offer himself to give evidence but the Commissioners denied him the right to give evidence. The Commissioners must have came to the own conclusion based on reason best known to time that although the Election Petition against Mr Wee Choo Keongwas mentioned in the video clip, it was however very irrelevant. I humbly submit that it was a very strange ruling.