HOW DID HE DIE?

“What! Another death? MACC again? ” I cannot believe my ears when a close friend phoned me yesterday to tell me the shocking news that another TBH-like death happened in another MACC office.

Well, to be honest, it is not entirely shocking to hear about this. Malaysia is fast becoming a country where really everything is possible, in the spirits of “Malaysia Boleh”. Dr mahathir must be very proud of his legacy..

Before I go further, I need to offer my heart felt condolence to the family of the deceased. To see a loved one going out to a secured place like a govenrment institution  should be very reassuring, but instead, it has become a very worrying thing for the family of any Malaysian who is being called in to help in investigation.

We expect full  protection and adequate precautionary measures to safeguard our safety while inside any government agency, especially those enforcing laws such as the Police and MACC.  The thing that one least expects is to lose one’s life in the confine of these institutions.  No one would feel safe to go into these institutions anymore.

Coming back to the case, the inevitable question is why?

Why did he die?

His family and close friends did not believe that he committed suicide. Why should a person voluntarily go to MACC and commit suicide? It is simply illogical..Suicide is not some thought that come out suddenly.. A person commiting suicide would have show certain signs and change in behaviour prior to committing suicide..

If it is illogical, then the BIG question would be ” how did he die’?

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21 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lkt56
    Apr 07, 2011 @ 16:58:56

    Don’t think he will choose to die by jumping off a three storey building. What if he did not die and become a burden to his loved ones.

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  2. wisely
    Apr 07, 2011 @ 18:42:31

    Doc,

    This time I beg to defer. Using the same reason when Anwar was accused the second time in the recent sex video, are they so stupid to do it now and in the same way? Anyway i don’t want to speculate but rather look at the facts and evidents as the case proceed…..

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  3. anonymous
    Apr 07, 2011 @ 22:21:31

    France detects radioactive iodine in rainwater, milk

    After the radioactive cloud eminating from Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant reached Europe last week, French authorities have detected radioactive iodine-131 in rainwater and milk.

    more at …
    http://www.euractiv.com/en/cap/france-detects-radioactive-iodine-rainwater-milk-news-503756

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  4. anonymous
    Apr 07, 2011 @ 22:25:06

    Is Japan’s Elite Hiding A Weapons
    Program Inside Nuclear Plants?
    By Yoichi Shimatsu

    Confused and often conflicting reports out of Fukushima 1 nuclear plant cannot be solely the result of tsunami-caused breakdowns, bungling or miscommunication. Inexplicable delays and half-baked explanations from Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) seem to be driven by some unspoken factor.

    The smoke and mirrors at Fukushima 1 seem to obscure a steady purpose, an iron will and a grim task unknown to outsiders. The most logical explanation: The nuclear industry and government agencies are scrambling to prevent the discovery of atomic-bomb research facilities hidden inside Japan’s civilian nuclear power plants.

    A secret nuclear weapons program is a ghost in the machine, detectable only when the system of information control momentarily lapses or breaks down. A close look must be taken at the gap between the official account and unexpected events.

    more at…
    http://rense.com/general93/hid.htm

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  5. C++
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 01:20:03

    The way I see it, maybe something rot started to smell when everyone one to cover it.

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  6. Michael Ng
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 08:41:37

    Sdr Dr Hsu, this case is different from Teoh’s case, he went there himself after being released. his case is totally very different!!!!

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  7. monsterball
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 09:03:03

    How did he die?
    How does a spy or traitor caught die in wars?
    Same la..he must die to bring the truths to his grave..or whole family may die.
    Caught with RM600000 cash and best is…reported with few gold bars…to give readers half truths…but one paper reported more than RM1 billion total found in his house.
    Money laundering means he is a crony for a fee and if caught…must die.
    It looks like MACC are split. One group really out to catch corrupted crooks.
    Another group is to shut mouths….case closed.
    How did he die?..commit suicide is reported.
    I guess so…and so big fishes still free to roam.

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  8. Dr Hsu
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 10:59:31

    There were reports that he told some of his friends the night before he died, that he was being called back to MACC. Was that true? If that is true, then there is the the possibility of someone might be there to ‘shut him up’… Of course we do not know for certain…

    One thing is the same. Some MACC officers did not follow procedure to leave a witness or suspect alone . That is why 2 officers were suspended..
    But did they do this out of neglect or did they do it on purpose?

    There is a lot of questions to be answered. It looks different to TBh’s case, but why this never happens in ICCA in hong Kong? Many of the procedures were said to be taken from the HK agency..

    So the bottom line is: there is something not right with MACC, at least some of its officers, since they keep on ignoring procedures, even after TBH’s case has put the agency in a bad light..

    This fact no one can dispute.

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  9. klm
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 11:22:20

    The govt’s point of view is this case is different from TBH’s case. This is the biggest bovine excrement I have heard. All the govt spinners are trying to sell this line.

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  10. Jimmy Liew
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 13:41:36

    A person does not commit suicide on the spur of the moment. Why go to MACC to suicide? Nobody is that stupid to jump from 3rd floor, you might not die and end up paralysed which defeats the purpose of jumping.

    I doubt if he went back voluntarily. Guilty or not, the last thing anyone would want to do is to go back to MACC. Something is very wrong here.

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  11. looes74
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 13:51:27

    It’s time to send BN a signal they would never forget. Lets sink BN in Sarawak state election

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  12. monsterball
    Apr 08, 2011 @ 17:17:16

    One report said he went back voluntary to try and change his report.
    Another said..he was asked to go.
    If one voluntary go back to do something and cannot be done…and no way out…what options left for one to save his family?
    If asked to go back..and being questioned…request permission to go to toilet..and then.. committed suicide….also out of no choice.
    Bottom line…he cannot reveal the details of over a billion in cash and gold bars found in his house.
    The fact is…there are not his..but put there in trust for a fee.
    The fact is…Najib is very happy the truths died with the man.
    He is corrupted….no doubt about it…but he cannot be that stupid.
    With so much money…anyone can buy his own freedom in corrupted Malaysia.
    Regardless he went there willingly or recalled back for further questioning…any proper investigating team will have him observed day and night and in MACC building…such a so called confirmed criminal…a billion Ringgit..money launderer…left to roam …free and easy?
    Is he is left to do that…so that he can commit suicide….or pushed over to shut his mouth?
    I will not be surprised Ling LS cetapok before his trial ends.

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  13. beh tahan
    Apr 09, 2011 @ 00:36:13

    ha ha ha..aiyah,don’t distract me from LKS blog.Mind you,my dad,LKS’s fan.Just joking..actually quite busy from last 3 weeks.And the moderater..ar..

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  14. Chauncey Gardener
    Apr 09, 2011 @ 00:50:48

    It doesn’t matter why he went back to the MACC office but to contemplate suicide by jumping out and falling three stories is certainly not a feasible “attempt” at suicide given that at this height, death is not a certainty.

    If that is the case, why did he even think of jumping (if that was on his mind) ?

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  15. ong
    Apr 09, 2011 @ 06:09:47

    It’s a well known fact that throughout the world, & not just in Malaysia, in organisations where the crooked & corrupt form the over-whelming majority, the honest minority are always in danger of either being framed for some trumped-up offence or even being murdered if they whistle-blow on their corrupt colleagues or are merely suspected of going to whistle-blow.

    Identities of the honest minority are easily & always known to their corrupt colleagues & they have to be very careful never to arouse the suspicion of their corrupt colleagues that they are about to or may in the near future turn whistle-blower. This is because then they (honest ones) themselves can get framed for some trumped-up offence or even murdered before they turn whistle-blower.

    In cases similar to that of Ahmad Sarbani’s there are many possibilities. If it’s true that the officer is among the rare clean ones, then it’s possible, if not likely that his corrupt colleagues would want to get rid of him before he talks too much, or even before he starts to sing. Of course in such a case they will need the help and cooperation of people in control of the premise where the investigation was held & where his death subsequently occurred.

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  16. beh tahan
    Apr 10, 2011 @ 01:26:49

    Help Sarawakian to brighten up their awareness now and put PR in Putrajaya to do the justice.We will prevail without the obstruction of the mastermind’s full of hands.Ubah with this extended cure provided by Dr.Hsu.

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  17. monsterball
    Apr 10, 2011 @ 07:25:57

    First Sarawakians must help themselves to vote for a change.
    on Govt.
    Every Malaysians know….BN is ruling after 12th GE was due to Sarawak and Sabah states.
    Now both know…in mainland Malaysia…winds of change are real and for the better.
    2011 is the year for Sarawakians to wake up and be counted with no fear.

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  18. beh tahan
    Apr 10, 2011 @ 12:23:49

    This probably is the closest hint to what happened to Sarbani’s death.Change is what we all need to overhaul this crap of Umno’s killing machine.

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/letterssurat/39539-a-customs-officer-replies-to-malaysia-today

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  19. wisely
    Apr 11, 2011 @ 22:23:20

    Doc,

    Whether he was called or he went up to change his statement still can’t be sure.

    As we all know, when one popular singer or actor commit suicide, many follow the same way and method to die if he or she already has problem and thinking to take one’s life. This also could be the reason.

    I was once suicidal myself after a huge failure and I know thing or mood can change fast. My experience tells me suicide doesn’t need planning and it can happen at an instance. If you think too much, you won’t take your life, trust me, i know -i went thru it!

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  20. monsterball
    Apr 14, 2011 @ 17:42:46

    He died with his boots on…..like General Custer.
    But Custer was an American hero.
    This poor chap died to keep mouth shut.
    Did he commit suicide…or push over?
    Imagine…witnesses and suspected crooks are allowed to walk freely at MACC building.
    Even in world class tennis competitions..one ask to go to the loo…is followed by a line person..to see no hanky panky….and here…supposedly Police top notch crime busters building…..so many mysterious deaths.

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  21. Spetnaz Mikhail
    Apr 17, 2011 @ 02:18:55

    Yes, government spook (ghost) exist. In Sarawak, those case are handled by gangster. Over the years, death of prominent businessmen or politician, are brutal. The police would just come over, do their CSI thingy and pretend to solve the case. The fact that the top brass know who did it and getting paid to make sure freak accident happens. No big deal. Sarawakian do not live in fear amongst the triad no because they can but are certain unseen agreement. Yes, we have protection money issue too.

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