Banner for Teoh Beng Hock, thanks to Jeff Ooi
First you need to get rid of the current UMNO led regime. That means, no more supporting MCA, MIC, Moquito Party PPP and the other many smaller mosquitos. These are the parties that prop up UMNO and make UMNO audacious, which means recklessly bold in defiance of convention, propriety, law, or the like; insolent and brazen. They give excuses for UMNO to continue to rule under the pretext of being multi racial, taking care of the needs of each individual race, under the banner of the BN. What they actually perpetuate is the supremacism of one race. Which in turn makes UMNO abuse the rule of law, with the help of government institutions headed by the "Little Napoleans", without fear of repercussions. They know that the people are impotent. East Malaysians better wake up, before a similar incident happens in your own back yard.
Once that happens you can bring justice for Beng Hock and the many victims who have died due to Police brutality, god knows there are many. You can bring these paragons of "law enforcement", plus our juciciary and now our infamous MACC to justice. You will be able to throw in a few Ministers in to face the music, maybe starting with the head honco himself.
No matter what screwups the Pakatan Rakyat does, people do not die. These screwups are birthing pains, tolerate them. You must apply the first principle of war, which is "The selection an maintanence of aim". Do not deviate from that aim, do not add on other aims, for surely you will fail. Hold on to the first aim of getting rid of the UMNO led regime.Tell Pas to get it's shit organised and stop being shit stirrers with unity talks with a power crazy rabid organisation.
Then after conducting a clean up of the civil service, appointing people with a sense of fair play and justice, only then can justice be served. Justice for Teoh Beng Hock, Kugan and the many dead. Which will of course lead to better ruling of this beloved country of ours. So people stay focussed, wake up.
From the Malaysian Bar Council:
It is astounding that yet another individual has been found dead, under highly-questionable and dubious circumstances, in the context of an investigation conducted by yet another law enforcement agency. Such incidents merely cement, in the public mind, the perception that law enforcement officers are either negligent or reckless in fulfilling the duty of care that they owe to those who have been called in to assist in investigations; even worse, severely abusive towards them.
This is not the first time that the MACC has reportedly held witnesses and interrogated them overnight. It is indefensible that a witness in a routine investigation should have been deprived of sleep and interrogated for more than eight hours, reportedly from about 5 p.m. until 3.45 the next morning. Even detained persons have the right not to be interrogated during the night. Rule 20 of the Lockup Rules 1953 provides that detainees “shall be locked up for the night by 6.30 p.m. and shall rise and be dressed by 6.30 a.m.” They are to be allowed adequate rest. If there was insufficient time to finish questioning Teoh during reasonable hours of the day, he should have been released and asked to return on another day. He was not a flight risk, and indeed was to have had a civil registry marriage on the following day.
All MACC officers who were part of Teoh’s interrogation must be suspended immediately. All officers who had contact with Teoh must be questioned to establish a detailed record of accountability for his whereabouts and welfare. The investigation papers and diaries/logbooks should also be seized to avoid allegations of tampering. We note that this incident is the latest in a deplorable string of deaths occurring in the context of investigations carried out by law enforcement agencies. For the full statement go here.....