Yes Go. The headline sounds like a hope-killer but it is actually not. If you read the story h e r e you'll agree with Gobind that there are ways around this. And the Malay Mail is running another story tomorrow (Tuesday 3 Nov) quoting the Health Ministry's DG, who seems to be on the same page as Gobind on the fact that Dr Pornthip can supervise the post-mortem (which will have to be carried out by a "qualified" medical offier).
Gobind said he has made known his proposal that the two local pathologists who did the first post-mortem be present during the second post-mortem. I don't think he will oppose the proposal to have another foreign expert to jointly supervise the second post-mortem.
The Inquest into TBH's death will hear the application to exhume Teoh Beng Hock's body this Wednesday.
Read Unspinners' take on the proposed 2nd foreign forensic expert, here.
Monday, November 02, 2009
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