Sarbani inquest rules its “misadventure”

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The inquest into senior Customs officer Sarbani’s death at the MACC office has ruled that it was a case of misadventure.

Ho-hum. Right. Sure.

Did you expect anything else after the Beng Hock findings?

We still don’t know how the cctv recordings were deleted.

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Pretty Obvious
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Pretty Obvious

Least we forget, our resident clown Gerakan K is a self-declared rent seeker. It’s pretty obvious he is still having a hard time getting used to the open tender system.

Fauziah
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Fauziah

Gerakan K can talk nonsense as it is the reflection of the party he is representing.

statistician
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statistician

Gerakan K- … Lets not talk about PR. Lets talk about if you and your family is the receiving end of this kind of evil administrations…. dont you fear for your family? I do.

I am however glad that I have alot of friends – Muslim, Chinese, Indian, Punjabi. I thank God that my friends are all brothers and sisters of Earth, not like THAT GROUP of evil incarnated.

I can only wish the late Sarbani’s family well…..

hasilox
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hasilox

Wah.. so surprising!

Still not convinced the gov is consistent?
Consistently ridiculous!

Gerakan K
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Gerakan K

Walau eh Anil !!!

LGE threaten mau resign[1] you tak report. You bikin ini Sarbani punya cerita buat apa ??? Nik Aziz cabar Dap keluar Pakatan[2] you tak report, you buat Old Penang: Weld Quay ???

Tutup satu mata kah ???

Eh, Dap leadership to cede office = LGE mau resign itu CM post kah ??? Siapa yang pandai English sila bagi tau maksud kenyataan itu.

Rujukan:
[1] DAP leadership to cede office if hudud law part of Pakatan agenda (http://www.malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/newscommentaries/43706-dap-leadership-to-cede-office-if-hudud-law-part-of-pakatan-agenda)

[2] Nik Aziz: “DAP Can Leave Pakatan, I Am Firm About Implementing Hudud Laws” (http://www.malaysiandigest.com/news/31752-nik-aziz-qdap-can-leave-pakatan-i-am-firm-about-implementing-hudud-lawsq.html)

Yang
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Yang

Gerakan K, You bodoh atau ignorant. Anil pun tak repot pornstar CSL mau keluar Barang Naik. Mooyidin kata saya mahu hudud dan kata pornstar CSL tak tahu dengar atau bodoh

Andrew I
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Andrew I

Bukan. Dia di dalam Peter Pan mode. Dia fikir dia muda tetapi dia kena lupa selectif.

Gerakan K
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Gerakan K

Hello, our Penang CM mungkin mau resign lah. CSL itu hal Johor. Siapa bodoh sekarang ???

zymian
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zymian

Loudmouth talking without engaging his brain (if he had one). Did you read the full statement?
DAP leaders said they would leave pakatan if Hudud law is included in the PR common framework/policy. Has that happened? Has the other 2 parties agreed?

Andrew I
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Andrew I

Why don’t you start your own blog? Then you can post all your anti-PR stuff? Only thing is we won’t be able to thumb you down.

Erwin
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Erwin

Most of us have lost faith with MACC and MCMC.

M.P.nabhan
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M.P.nabhan

I do agree, whenever cases are against the Government, it turns out to be like this. TBH, KUGAN, and many others.

Sarababe
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Sarababe

ACA was repackaged as MCCA.
Still the same old stuff.

Now ISA to be repackaged again.
How can you trust them?

yang
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yang

It could be worse

Yang
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Yang

Not only that, we all have lost faith in Najib

Aranda Del Rio
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Aranda Del Rio

Wall Street Journal said Najib’s transformation gambit will fail if his reforms appear insincere, pointing out that Malaysians may then suspect that the first-term prime minister “will revert to defending the prerogatives of his party’s elite” once he secures a fresh mandate.

“Najib continues to tack back and forth, and just last week the government charged an opposition politician with criminal defamation. But this risks pleasing nobody. He stands a better chance if he doubles down on reform”

http://my.news.yahoo.com/wsj-urges-najib-to-double-down-reforms-to-025726313.htm

WSJ is just saying what the mainstream media and Bernama are afraid to say.