Thursday, November 29, 2012

Ex-IGP Accuses Home Minister

Former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan (above photo) has confirmed what Malaysians knew all along.

Yesterday, at a press conference in Petaling Jaya called by Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force (MyWatch), with which Musa serves as patron – he said that the police force under him faced interference from Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein.

We were told that Hishammuddin had even given instructions directly to junior police officers and a district police chief without his knowledge.

Musa explained: “So, I highlighted to him (Hishammuddin) Section 4 (1) of the Police Act (1967, which says) that the command and control of the police is by the IGP and not the minister".

He added: “Of course, I cannot be rude to him as (he is) a minister. I talked to him nicely. He didn’t like it”.

Other politicians and “top people” have also tried to interfere in the arrest of certain criminals, Musa had also asserted.

And with a straight face, this vile varmint claimed he wasn’t at all influenced, that he didn’t buckle under, that he was honourable all the way – which of course, is a lot of gibberish. 

He is trying to portray himself to be a principled professional but we know better! 

He stinks to high heaven because as the IGP, he had been generously serving us bucketfuls of horseshit. That’s why he cannot get rid of the foul and fetid smell that is clinging to his putrid carcass!

Musa retired in September 2010 and as far as I am concerned, he is still a leopard who cannot change his spots. Musa is damned. 

Anyway, this scum did make a grave allegation. I think this may be Mahathir's doing – he is manipulating slopsuckers like Musa to attack Hishammuddin (directly) and Najib (indirectly) in order to position Muhyiddin and Mukhriz to take over in due course.

The plot thickens.

On Tuesday, I joined 27 other Toastmasters and guests at the Cobra-IJM Sports Complex in Petaling Jaya for the Taman Indrahana Toastmasters meeting.

I was evaluating Jean Ng that evening – she was delivering an interesting speech titled “The City of Azaleas”. In fact this speech as well as the other three speeches were all good and the same could be said of the evaluations too.

Overall the zeal and the zest were somewhat subdued – I would give this meeting a 7 out of a 10.


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