Friday, April 22, 2011

No Foul Play

The Sun today on page 1 had City police chief DCP Zulkifli Abdullah saying that based on the post-mortem findings, the Sarbani case remained classified as sudden death and no foul play was suspected. Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed was among 62 customs personnel under investigation by the MACC for alleged corruption and money laundering. He had gone to the MACC headquarters just days after he was released on bail. About two hours after entering the building, he was found dead on a badminton court on the first floor landing – believed to have fallen from the third floor of the 5-storey building.

In The Malaysian Insider report on the same day, Sarbani’s family is dissatisfied with police investigations and claim his death is being covered up. They also want to know the “real story” behind his death plunge at the MACC office here on April 06, 2011 – the second such case in an anti-graft office.

On Wednesday, Utusan Malaysia called on their owners UMNO to spearhead a 1 Melayu, 1 Bumi movement involving all Malay parties, claiming that the DAP was intent on toppling the country’s Malay leadership. Yesterday, Perkasa answered the call. Their secretary-general Syed Hassan Syed Ali explained: “The Chinese (have) been monopolizing the country’s economy for so long... now they want political control. Malays must unite, we need to preserve our political rights”.

Furthermore, this goof ball even mocked Sarawakian Chinese because he said he couldn’t understand why the Chinese community in Sarawak voted for Pakatan Rakyat (PR). “What is the problem of the Chinese in Sarawak? They have it better than those in the Peninsular,” he said (Webpage, posted April 21, 2011). Hello, what did he say? Is he suggesting that the Chinese here are not being treated well at all? Isn’t he actually expressing the sentiments of these Chinese? I wish sometimes these people who love to shoot off their mouths to learn to be coherent! I am not sure they can, though, since they are brain-dead.

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