Friday, November 30, 2012
Sebuah rakaman CCTV di sebuah bank menunjukkan taktik terbaru mencuri kad ATM seseorang dengan 'duit syiling'. Rakaman video ini menunjukkan bagaimana seorang lelaki mengalihkan perhatian seorang pengguna yang sedang menggunakan mesin ATM dengan memberitahunya bahawa duit syiling beliau telah terjatuh di atas lantai.
Di dalam rakaman ini, mangsa yang berbaju jalur merah sedang menggunakan mesin ATM ketika ditegur bahawa duit syilingnya terjatuh di atas lantai, walaupun sebenarnya itu bukan duit syiling mangsa.
Ketika mangsa leka mengambil syiling tersebut, seorang lagi lelaki lain yang dipercayai rakan penjenayah mencuri kad ATM mangsa yang masih dalam berada di dalam mesin ATM.
Kepada semua pengguna mesin ATM, diharap tidak tertipu dengan taktik duit syiling ini.
By Singa Terhormat
Deepak Jaikishan now says that Najib’s family engineered P.I. Bala’s second SDto save Najib’s “skin”.
Deepak quite obviously chose to make this declaration to coincide with the UMNO General Assembly.
About the same time ex-IGP, Musa Hassan, stated that amongst others, Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein Onn, habitually and unlawfully interfered with police investigations.
Not by any chance.
Not in Malaysian politics.
Who was the mastermind behind these revelations?
One reliable way to unravel the mystery is by ascertaining who stands to benefit from it all.
And often in examining the evidence the obvious is not necessarilly right.
One must not overlook the tale of the little boy that threw the stone and hid his hand behind his back.
That’s how an astute politician would do it anyway.
The revelations quite definitely were designed to embarrass and possibly cause the downfall of the cousins, Najib and Hisham, in time before the General Election.
Who would want to do that?
What would he stand to gain from it?
Revenge for failed contracts?
That would not restore those contracts anyway.
And surely he knows the risk of earning the wrath of the powers that be.
Would he risk a fate akin to that of Altantuya’s ?
No way. Not unless he had iron-clad assurances for his own safety.
Now who could give him such assurances?
Sheesh, Anwar could not even save himself from that “black eye”.
As Deepak now states, there were 2 parties “gunning for” Najib – Pakatan and a group within UMNO itself.
Pakatan cannot ensure Deepak’s safety to make him “sing” and so we have to conclude that it is that group within UMNO that Deepak spoke of.
Now who can that be?
Who would stand to benefit?
Why would they want to be rid of Najib when they are from the same party?
Who would benefit?
Mahathir and Mukhriz?
All of them together?
They are the obvious ones.
And quite obviously they view Najib as a liability to Barisan Nasional with all the scandals associated with him and with the Scorpene case making progress in France.
Removing Najib may also pull the rug from under Pakatan as the main object of their “gunfire” for the last several years had been trained on Najib.
With them gone, the main object of derision of the electorate would disappear.
Najib in fact is one of Pakatan’s biggest assets for the election.
With him gone, Barisan Nasional’s chances would brighten.
A brilliant plan!
We must not lose sight of the fact though that P.I. Bala went to Pakatan, not Muhyuddin, Mahathir and Mukhriz with his first SD.
Also the fact that Deepak was represented in Court in his claim against Raja Ropeeah by Sivarasa and Surendran, both PKR hotshots, and not lawyers who would do any UMNO’s faction’s bidding.
Deepak must have approached Pakatan about what he knew and what he was prepared to reveal.
But why Pakatan when he knows they cannot ensure his safety?
Just like that little boy who threw a stone and hid his hand, some mastermind in UMNO, after ensuring P.I. Bala’s and Deepak’s safety, got them to approach Pakatan, knowing Pakatan would gleefully publicise the matter whilst the hand/s of the mastermind would remain hidden.
And no one in UMNO can blame the mastermind for undermining the party whilst the mastermind achieve his/their ends.
Without perhaps realising it, Pakatan ended up doing the mastermind’s “dirty work”.
Now who in UMNO can come up with such a brilliant strategy?
Nah! He cannot even make a decent job of the Education Ministry and he would not dare on his own.
Nah! For sure he does not have what it takes.
That leaves us with none other than Mahathir.
His fingerprints are all over the whole episode.
And whilst getting rid of Najib, might as well get rid of Hisham too to pave the way for Mukhriz.
Hence we have Musa Hassan’s revelation about Hisham to also coincide with UMNO’s General Assembly.
There you have it—the mastertmind.
- The People's Parliament
MUNGKINKAH Pegawai Jabatan Pendaftaran yang mengeluarkan kad pengenalan bernombor 920628-12-6541 kepada lelaki yang dipercayai warganegara Pakistan, Akim Syaed Bin Abdullah yang kononnya berasal dari Kampung Panagatan, Keningau ketika lelaki berkenaan masih berada di Pakistan? Persoalannya, mustahil pegawai JPN gagal mentafsir wajah seorang remaja yang berusia 19 tahun kerana wajah dalam gambar foto yang digunakan untuk pengenalan diri dalam MyKad berkenaan ialah seorang lelaki yang berusia 50-an? Adakah Hishamuddin dan Nazri Aziz sedar kejadian ini berlaku setiap hari kerana pedalaman Sabah mula dibanjiri Pakistan yang memiliki MyKad dan dalam masa yang sama mereka memiliki Pasport Pakistan?
The injuries on A Kugan, who was found dead in the Taipan-USJ police station on Jan 20, 2009, were inflicted by men from the D9 (Serious Crimes) division, a police sub-inspector admitted in the High Court in Kuala Lumpur.
However, Loh Voon Chye, 56, attached to the Subang Jaya CID, did not name the officer or the rank-and-file personnel involved in assaulting Kuga .
"There must be some people involved in causing the injuries," Loh said yesterday in reply to questions from Sivarasa Rasiah, who is appearing for Kugan's mother N Indra, in her RM100 million suit against the police and the government.
Indra filed the suit on Jan 13 this year over Kugan's death (left), in which she named former Selangor police chief and present deputy inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar, constable V Navindran, former Subang Jaya OCPD the late Zainal Rashid Abu Bakar, the IGP and government as defendants.
Loh was the supervisor at the Taipan police station where Kugan died on Jan 20, 2009 morning and was issued with a letter of warning after the incident.
Sivarasa: What was Kugan wearing when he was under detention?
Loh: He was wearing the orange lock-up attire, which is a long-sleeved shirt, and also long pants.
Sivarasa: Was he handcuffed, and also his legs, during the interrogation?
Loh: He was handcuffed but there were no cuffs on his legs. (Pictures from the Kugan autopsy report show his legs, too, were cuffed.)
Sivarasa: Look at the post-mortem report. There it is stated there were 45 injuries. Can you see them? Did you at anytime between Jan 14 and Jan 20 see the injuries?
Loh: No, he was fine and there were no signs of injuries.
Sivarasa: Look at the post-mortem report where the pathologist says there were external marks of injuries. There must be someone who had inflicted these wounds and injuries.
Sivarasa: I put it to you that the D9 fellows, maybe not you, did it.
Loh: I do not know.
Sivarasa: I put it to you since you admitted that someone had inflicted the wounds, it is the D9 officers who did it.
Loh: I agree, but I do not know who.
There were 11 officers from D9 then at the Taipan-USJ police station, which is not gazetted as a lock-up station.
Interrogators asked to feed victim
Loh also told the court that he and Inspector Faaezel Monir had instructed the interrogators to provide Kugan with food and drinks.
He admitted that he was instructed by one ASP Radzuan that Kugan was to be interrogated for 24 hours.
Questioned by Navindran's counsel, R Ramesh Sivakumar, Loh agreed that since there was no lock-up at the Taipan police station, Faaezal and he asked the policemen interrogating Kugan to provide him with food and drinks.
"They had to provide the receipt and either Faaezal or I would reimburse them from our own pocket money. We cannot claim this from the government," he said.
Asked by Ramesh whether this was the usual practice, Loh replied "yes" and said they had to fork out their own money to feed and provide drinks to suspects at the station.
To another question, he said he did not know whether Navindran, or anyone else, had hurt Kugan resulting in his death.
"All I know is that Kugan's death at 11.48am on Jan 20 was not during Navindran's watch as he (Navindran) was supposed to start work at noon," Loh said.
Navindran, who was convicted of causing hurt to Kugan, had earlier testified that he had been made ascapegoat by the police, and was blamed and charged for what had happened to Kugan.
Loh said he prepared the roster for the police and the interrogators who were to keep watch on Kugan between Jan 15 and 20.
Despite the instructions that Kugan was to be interrogated for 24 hours, he said, the suspect was given time to rest and sleep.
The hearing before Justice VT Singham continues on Dec 13.
Chants of "KO Umno!" rang out at the last day of the 66th Umno general assembly today, followed by the debut of PAS spiritual leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat.
The seemingly out of place series of events was not a case of Umno delegates losing their marbles, but two videos that were played at the meet to drive the party’s point against PAS’ controversial prayer for Umno's downfall.
The first video featured Nik Abdul Aziz's brother, Nik Razi (left), who last month led thousands at the Kota Baru Stadium in prayer for the destruction of Umno, with repeated shouts of "KO (knock out) Umno!".
The presentation today was part of Arau Umno representative Fathul Bari Mat Jahya’s speech who chastised PAS for attempting to tarnish Umno's reputation.
"We may have our weaknesses that needs to be rectified as no one is free from weaknesses, but have they (PAS) never done any mistakes? What are they? Aliens?"
"Are those praying (for our destruction) messengers of God? prophets?" he queried, to a resounding "no!" response from the floor.
He then pointed at the big screen featured the second video of Nik Abdul Aziz, who had insinuated being part of Umno amounted to apostasy, courting boos from fellow delegates.
Later, Fathul Bari, the son of former Perlis Mufti Mat Jahya Hussin, did a duet with delegates, chanting "satu" (one) while delegates responded "Malaysia" and then "tolak" (reject) with delegates responding "fitnah" (slander).
Earlier, Rantau Panjang Umno representative Mohd Affandi Yusoff also flayed PAS for the controversial prayer.
"We are not afraid of PAS, whatever they pray, we are not afraid... we are not like them. We pray for enlightenment and true prayers," he said.
The duo were debating on a motion concerning religion and education.
Pahang Menteri Besar Adnan Yaakob today clarified that he did not mean cut off his ears literaly if Barisan Nasional lost in Bentong.
Instead, he explained that it was a figurative speech intended for his critics to learn English.
"Do you know figurative speech? In English language, we have figurative speech. We have simile, we have metaphor, hyberbole...
"So when I say cut my ears, that means they (DAP) can never win. That shows the level of confidence. This is not that is we (BN lose) they (opposition) take the knife and cut off my ears literally.
"No, this is figurative speech - figurative language to let these people study English," he told journalists along the sidelines on the last day of the Umno general assembly today.
[More to follow]
Its administration too had been very fair, inclusive, caring and pragmatic in its services to the people, he told reporters after attending a Mesra Rakyat gathering at the Rumah Dunggok Megong longhouse in Tubai Buah, Pedanum near here last night.