Could the "black blog" be right after all? The Star's reports on how a councillor allegedly ripped off over 100 projects in Selangor by "misusing" a DAP assemblyman's letterhead has further exposed the problems facing the Pakatan Rakyat government in Selangor.
The Star reports take pains to picture Assemblyman Ronnie Liu as the "good guy" and the "victim" in this shocking scandal. He was supposed to be unaware, until about two weeks ago, that his signature had been tampered with to help the "rogue" councillor to rip off over a hundred projects worth more than RM1 million in Selangor.
You can fool some people some time, as the saying goes. Some other people won't buy that so easily and would want proof. They'd want the on-going investigation (which was a hushed affair until the Star's expose) to leave no stones unturned. It must also probe, for example, into the possibility of a collusion between the councillor and the office of Ronnie Liu.
Like it or not, I have to bring back the series of investigative postings published about a year ago in the anonymous blog called Truth for Teoh Beng Hock, which implicated Ronnie Liu in many of its reports on questionable contracts which were the subject of an investigation by the MACC (until the death of witness Teoh Beng Hock).
T4TBH was suggesting a link between the tragic death of the MACC witness with these projects and alleged wrong-doings. For that and its other postings, Lim Kit Siang called it a "black blog" and said it was started as an attempt to defame TBH and the DAP.
In the light of the "Rogue Councillor" expose, I'm afraid we can't ignore the postings ran by T4TBH anymore.
Read the Star's report Klang councillor denies allegation of graft and the original Probe on rogue DAP councillor started 2 weeks ago.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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