Saturday, October 20, 2012

Musa Hassan Chickens Out

For those who are familiar with Anwar Ibrahim’s travails, they would know that this individual has been at the receiving end of manufactured charges of sodomy by the powers-that-be. And he was also the victim of the black-eye incident in 1998 in the run-up to the high-profile first sodomy trial. Of course, we now know that then-IGP Abdul Rahim Noor had assaulted him.

Anwar then filed a police report on July 01, 2008 alleging that former IGP Musa Hassan Musa and Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail had fabricated evidence and hidden facts in the investigation into his beating in the prison lock-up which left him with a black eye. [The two Gollums had investigated Anwar's allegation on the said assault]. Three weeks later, Musa sued Anwar for defamation.

As a side note, ex-KL CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim who was the investigating officer during the infamous black eye incident had publicly pointed out the duo’s role in allegedly fabricating evidence and he had even sent open letters to the IGP and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. Of course, true to Najib’s lily-livered nature, he maintained a wimpish silence.

On October 16, 2012, Musa (left) withdrew his lawsuit against Anwar. This was not surprising since if the suit does go on and for it to stick, Musa and the AG will have to reveal in court and under oath, evidence and testimonies that are either incriminating or a revelation of their stupid incompetence. If this is not a clear admission of Musa’s culpability and guilt, then I am stumped. He is obviously uneducated insofar as knowing what ‘integrity’ means. To Musa, cowardice is surely the better part of valor, like the other idiot Gani Patail. These miscreants who hold public office are a disgrace to Malaysia.

Angela Yap came back to Sunway on Thursday to talk to Victoria University Malaysia students and staff on her book, “Managing Yaa-hoos”.  I was there too! Actually it was more of a sharing session and I am sure those who came, would have left Audi 4 inspired and enlightened. Her book has been described as “a timely reminder for the dignity of the human being and essential values that are often set aside in the pursuit of advancement and profits”. I would recommend readers to get hold of this book, I really do! Some photos of the event:

















  


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