Or Surat Layang?. The TBH inquest has taken yet another twist, with the mysterious letter Gobing Singh claimed was passed to him. The letter had the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's insignia but was unsigned. Letter made some fantastic allegations that remind me of some of Raja Petra Kamaruddin's blog posts (my favourite being the one where he claims that the Prime Minister's wife was there at the scene of Altantuya's murder) and recent Statutory Declarations (Private investigator Balasubramaniam's claim that Altantuya was "susceptible to anal sex", as told to him by Razak Baginda, comes to mind).
Still, the Inquest must do a thorough job and investigate the mystery letter. It used to be called surat layang in those days. If you are OK with surat layang, you should be OK with the postings in t4tbh ...
Excerpts from the Malaysiakini story:
"The mystery letter which emerged at the Teoh Beng Hock inquest yesterday is believed to contain claims connecting a top ranking MACC officer to the interrogation of the political aide, which could have led to his death.
Believed to be written by a Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission insider, the letter alleged how the top officer and an influential politician had worked together to start investigations into alleged corrupt practises by Selangor's Pakatan Rakyat leaders.
And it was on this understanding that Teoh was called up for questioning.
The unsigned letter, which carried the MACC official letterhead and written in Bahasa Malaysia, also stated the top officer's modus of interrogation - which involves pulling the suspects by the belt ...."
Thursday, August 20, 2009
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