NST 02/10: Beng Hock's inquest: DNA found on Teoh's blazer and belt belonged to deceased M. Gopala whose post mortem was conducted just before Teoh
BH 02/10: DNA misteri pada mayat Teoh Beng Hock adalah milik M. Gopala yang dibedah siasat di meja sama sebelum Teoh di HTAR Klang.
What happened to "proper" post-mortem procedures? After the Kugan Ananthan's case, where two pathologists came up with rather contradicting autopsy results, the independent investigating committee of experts appointed by the Health Ministry to decide on those two autopsies recommended, among other things, that "Proper post mortem procedures should be followed in all autopsy cases".
That recommendation was made in April this year and, obviously, nobody gave a damn. In the post-mortem conducted on Teoh Beng Hock, one of the most basic proper procedures, which is to wash/sweep clean the table on which the post-mortem was to be conducted, was clearly neglected.
As a result, we have a dead man's DNA on another dead man.
How lar, YB Liow?
Notes: I am making a link to a Press Release issued by the Health Ministry in April on the findings of the Independent Investigating Committee on A. Kugan's death in police custody. It's a long document, but it's worth reading it. Click HERE.
Friday, October 02, 2009
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