Monday, March 1, 2010

The Haiti Song Recording



Today, a dozen people less one went into a recording studio in Bukit Tinggi, Klang to record ‘our’ song, “When Does the Suffering End?”

And I can tell you it’s a great song –  okay, I am biased and these people did justice to it! Just be a little patient, and we are going to share this song with everyone, so that everybody can enjoy… And better still, we hope you can be moved by this song that you feel compelled to donate generously to the HICT for Haiti Fund!

We need caring people to come forward – after all, today’s collection was a very meager RM6! The total amount collected todate now stands at RM756.

In today's continuation of the Teoh Beng Hock inquest, Dr Shahidan, the pathologist who conducted the second post-mortem on Teoh still maintained, throughout his cross-examination, that the autopsy report for the first post-mortem by senior forensic consultant Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim and (also) forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar on July 16 was the best he ever read. I am not sure if he really understood what he said, but it sure doesn’t sound right – it comes across as if he is merely reading. I should think that rightfully, he should be poring over this autopsy report, to scrutinize and to analyze.

Dr Shahidan said this, despite consenting to counsel Gobind Singh Deo’s questions that significant investigations in two areas – necessary when conducting a post-mortem where there was a possibility of death in custody – were not carried out by the pair.

In fact, The Malay Mail news account did inform that at one juncture, when Gobind pressed Dr Shahidan to answer if the first post-mortem report was incomplete, Dr Shahidan said incomplete was too harsh a word and this prompted a frustrated Gobind to retort, “I put it to you, you are not in a position to come to court to say anything harsh about the first post-mortem”, to which Dr Shahidan replied, “yes”. Very interesting, kan?

For more revealing insights, please go to webpage
http://www.mmail.com.my/content/28934-teoh-beng-hock-case-pathologist-unable-dismiss-possibility-strangulation-updated, posted today).

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