Top Cop's Worth. NST, another MSM, has a damn good front page story on a late deputy IGP whose worth is estimated at RM47 million. Makes you feel that you are in the wrong profession. Half his fortune was inherited. Read the article here.
Friday, December 04, 2009
RM47 million man
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I bet if something happen to a PKR or DAP or PAS man, they will cover up.ReplyDelete
Look at DAP covering up for Wong Chuan How, Tan Boon Hwa and EAn Yong.
Look at Din Merican covering up for Anwar the butt fucker and Azmin the Haji korup. Lost interest to read Din's blog. He is now a propagandist. That old man has no moral. No wonder he is a loser.
Look at PAS covering up for Nik Aiz whose lost his sense of what is right and wrong to say Ariffahmi and sponsored Haj from contractor is morally right.
Easy way out is BN lagi teruk dan lagi banyak. Tapi takda proof.
Wow.. very inspiring indeed for all cops!ReplyDelete
I think the public opinion on this is that MACC should start investigate on this RM47 Million also.ReplyDelete
or MACC is governed by statue of limitation.
This kind of revealation is actually tarnishing the government more that the individual. It is giving a bad impression to the Rakyat on people in power either politician or high ranking government officials or ex-officials.
We should have a Whistle blower act to protect and i think MACC would be busy for life then.
Hope all our MPs would start getting serious about this Whistle Blower Act.
makan jangan tak makan.......biar lingkup 7 keturunan....berebut harta...akibat duit haram!orgkampungjeReplyDelete
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Anak siapa nak dapat? nak najib kah, nak daim kah, noni ka, kj kah, NMY kah, Kali ka... siapa kot??????
Sebagai media alternatif dan mencecah hit yang terbanyak...saya ingin mengetengahkan sekali lagi aduan dan rayuan yang tidak dihiraukan.ReplyDelete
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Syabas sdr Rocky atas kesedaran dan tanggungjawab sosial anda dan ianya akan mendapat balasan pahala yang besar.
Instead of going after a dead man, as dead men tells no tales, what NST done on the following:ReplyDelete
• Bumiputra Malaysia Finance (BMF) swindle: US$1 billion.
• Bank Negara foreign-exchange fiasco: RM20 billion.
• Extra BMF bailouts: US$600 million.
• Perwaja Steel bankruptcy: US$800 million.
• Maminco tin market manipulation: US$500 million.
• Bank Islam non-performing loans scam: RM2.2 billion.
• Highway concessionaire bailouts: RM38.5 billion.
• Mirzan Mahathir's MISC rescue: RM600 million.
• Port Klang Free Zone scandal: RM12 billion.
HABOK pun x ada... dah lah, jijik NST nak sangkot allahyarham pulak
No, Rocky, you are in the right profession. You took the tainted banana offered by Najib and if you toe the BN line, you could end up with lots of money too.ReplyDelete
Tell me, even if half the "loot" was inherited, how does a career cop make RM 23,500,000 in cash, securities and properties ?
And if the other RM 23,500,000 was "inherited", how did he inherit this vast amount ?
Ask lah some pertinent questions, don't just play play....
tak baik tau bang rocky kata gitu. Polis kita memang baik, kalau bang tak chaya, pi tonton roda roda kl ke, tau polis baca doa kat RTM. Polis kita tak mahkan rasuah.ReplyDelete
Ginilah, abang Rocky :
untuk apa berbaju batik
kalau tidak beselendang
untuk apa berlencana cantik
kalau tidak makan wang
Abang, panggil saja sahya SINIS
Ooop, jangan lupa!ReplyDelete
Seekor ni satu lagi -->
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Rocky, seekor ni bila nak tangkap dan tayang kat akhbar Malay Mail dan NST?
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wah ini nak kena lapor pada LHDN ni... biasa la perkara CUKAI ni sampai MATI pun LHDN cariReplyDelete
"Makes you feel that you are in the wrong profession". Aiseyy bro, are you insinuating something? The man worked for 50 years; other than the police force, he served as director of at least six public companies, and several private ltd companies. RM47 mil from several directorships over such a long time is achievable. It's called the power of compound interest.ReplyDelete
It's not like he was a 30-year old ciku with no regular income.
When is the next police intake I want to join the police forces-finger licking good jobReplyDelete
Hi Rocky ... well there you go ... another finding ... the man has passed on and it's not good to spit on his grave. But then again ... it's amazing how he managed to accumulate so much money. Perhaps the squabbles in the family circle may be an indicator or so of some wrong doings somewhere. But should this follow all other findings of the past … it’s gonna slide by … soon will be forgotten … typical bah!ReplyDelete
Generally speaking, top cops proved to be shrewd investors. Which may be the reason why they are normally very rich. And maybe their salaries are sky high. Who knows!ReplyDelete
My grandad was a policeman in kuala lumpur. HisReplyDelete
grandchildren have each assets on average more than
a couple of millions each. I do not think that
my grandad was corrupt but wealth was maintained
in the family by virtue of value of land rising
over the 60-70 years since he expired .
Looking at jaffar -died at the age of 77 years.
worked in the police since aged 20 until 55 years
[my assumption]. And was in corporate sector
for the remainder years - 77-55= 23 years
Those are big number of years and if one served in kl
and acquire properties since 1950 , it is likely
that properties can rise in value many times.
A property along tun razak costing 40 k in 1960 could now be valued
at 10-20 million at today's price.
And if one were to consider the period of the 60's
dadah [known as ganja ] was not a crime then. Only
when tdm was pm in the early 80's
ganja became a seksyen 39b crime
carrying the death penalty . and with it , the business
of bribing the police on dadah cases probably became
big business. Over the period between 1980 to present
situation , the number of dadah addicts has risen and
if i am not wrong azalina [minister then] had mentioned that
there were a million drug addicts a few years ago.
This big number is possible because the police detection system
failed and the long line of police chiefs were in collusion
with the dadah towkays who among them were even conferred
datoships! A recent dadah traficking case involved a towkay
who is a dato. this means the corruption has crept into
the state civil service or state political machinery too.
A detailed story of collusion was available in a popular blog.
What is most disturbing to hear is that commenters are alleging
that jaffar was on the take. if the allegation is true, it is
sad for the nation 's youth and would probably reinforced [give credence]
the story run by malaysia today on the involvement of police chiefs
on the dadah operations
Amazing isnt it? How the truth prevails. The man died and his next of kins unleash the truth...not because they are upright citizens but due to greed. This is KARMA.ReplyDelete
Wow a very rich police officer. Malaysia boleh....ReplyDelete
Sebabtu kita doakan supaya che Det ni,pi jemaah kat masjid selalu!Habiskan usia yang semakin senjatu!Kesiaan aku.....Baca blogdia,macam bagus aja,anti rasuahla,org lain semua salah!Nak hantar komen dlm blog dia,hoi memang susah sekali!Siap kena chek mengalahkan CIA atau FBI!ReplyDelete
Lantiklah sapa-sapa disini,pi nasihat
dia,jangan jadi KETAM!Meloya orang baca!
Hey bro dont worry la you too can make such money la... maybe you already have. You are on the right track bro.ReplyDelete
wonder how much that our current 'IGP' worth ???ReplyDelete
Rocky, can MalayMail do a scoop on IGP Musa ke ??
Wow, confirmed a very lucrative career to indulge oneself in...so do get our young boys to be interested in the police force. At least when you leave your family, their lives would be well taken care of. Sad to admit that not all police officers are as privileged and would 110% agree, that the likely 'NAV' of the current IGP and members of the team could well make them entries in the list of top 100 to 500 people with millions of dollars in their pocket as well as in asset value.ReplyDelete
Bravo and roger, roger...over!
Here to think that I cannot even find RM7,475 to send my wife to see her sick uncle in Canada. May be I should have abused my position?!ReplyDelete
Nah! I don't think so I need a good night sleep every night with a clear conscience!
Money is not yours 'until you have spent it'. And since it could not be spent in hell or heaven, the family should just donate it to....say PKR funds?ReplyDelete
A GOOD MAN DOES NOTHING.
hey pasquale no problem can arrange for u as u very powerful mah.ReplyDelete
if ex deputy IGP can make that lot of money, i wonder how much our politician should have? for me politician in malaysia not doing a good politics but POLITRICK. other country they will focus on how to develop or make their country goes up to the right direction....but we? after election still talk too much with less work. BODOH! PR or BN just the same for me.ReplyDelete
Its widely believed that the chap was a member of the Brunei royalty. Perhaps he's just a proxy. Perhaps he had the brains to invest his property overseas. Malaysia is not the only place for investment. If you convert the profits to RM, its going to amount to a great deal. Right or wrong, its not for us to judge. He's gone to the Creator. Rocky, I think you need to tread gently about these things. "Dosa" hard to erase.ReplyDelete
senang cite macam ni la.... kalau skrew driver Rm4 hinggit gomen boleh bayar ratus hinggit (laporan audit negara kalau tak silap).... tak heran la if every RM1mil project by gomen, nilai sebonarnye hanyelah 600 -700K. and the best part is... laporan audit tu yg dikata tidak betul. habis siapa yg botol...jeng...jeng...jeng..ReplyDelete
aku dak minang..