LIVE: Auld Lang Syne for Teoh Beng Hock


Live images from the Nirvana Memorial Park in Semenyih from 1.30pm to 3.00pm – Photos by an eye-witness. (For best results, view slideshow using Firefox browser and press Shift key + Reload/Refresh icon on your browser to clear cache).

1502: Young people at the back are singing “Auld Lang Syne” in Mandarin. Many of them are Beng Hock’s friends and current and ex-colleagues. About 500 people are reportedly gathered at the site.

1327: The crowd at the Park is now waiting for the arrival of the MB and Kit Siang.

1302: The cortege is just arriving at the Nirvana Memorial Park in Semenyih, accompanied by a long convoy of cars, according to my contact at the scene.

Earlier, in the morning, another eye-witness said the convoy from Malacca was perhaps a kilometre long; it was hard to tell for sure.

More than 2,000 people reportedly attended Beng Hock’s funeral at his home in Alor Gajah.

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Heart Broken

This stupid BN Politicians are nuts they only for them is one malaysia


i really feel sad to teoh beng hock’s incident and his family, especially his wife and his mother. please be patience…when the justice day is coming, everything will be revealed.and to every single of malaysian, please take a second thought in the coming election….
for malaysia’s peaceful and better future.


Why Beng Hock death can link to races issue ? These people are crazy to create those unnecessary & sensitive comment against his death. Again, we feel very lost on our government direction nowadays. What a sad case ever had before !!! And yet this is unable to identify !!! Too bad , sad & disappointed over the measure has been raised. We are welcome the theme as “ONE MALAYSIA”, but what are we now ? Criticising & condeming has made people fed up. Enough for now, please stop all this issue by now. What Malaysian wanted is justice in… Read more »


blame it all on us, do we wants them to still bermahajarela.. 1 Malaysia, my foot.


they were all gd jokes… anwar’s comedy case, corruption against khalid’s cows, some other miserable case of RM2600 worth of flags,… etc, etc. but no one’s laughing now. some one’s dead. tears are falling. the jokes are over.

ur sister

RIP our dear bro TEOH BENG HOCK……May GOD shower his bless n grace upon ur soul….May God comforts ur loved ones in his own way..whole malaysians’ prayer…Personally like many out there i have neither seen u nor known you b4 but U are greatest history of malaysia, U died for us for our kids for our future for malaysia…RIP MY DEAR BROTHER coz u r the CHOOSEN ONE…u have completed ur journey n we believe u r safe in the home of LORD GOD ALLAH (what is the difference my dear fellow brothers n sisters, i hope u understand what… Read more »


Yes the blame is on us. We allowed this and every other unnessary deaths to happen.

We the ppl only have ourselves to blame. Come the next elections, let’s do something BIG to change the hopeless situation!


Semestinya kejadian seperti ini amat meenyedihkan hati rakyat tak kira bangsa dan agama. Apakah MACC ini tidak berhati perut. Apakah mustahak kes yang melibatkan RM2,400 berbanding dengan mansion yang harganya million yang tidak dipedulikan langsung. Inilah akibat sombong dan bongkah dan lupa adanya TUHAN yang Maha berkuasa. Inilah padah yang akan diterima oleh orang yang lupa dan tenggelam dengan kuasa yang ada pada mereka. Kematian Teoh adalah pengajaran yang besar pada sesiapa yang ingin menjatuhkan seseorang yang tidak bersalah walaupun keluarga yang tersayang terpaksa menelan kepahitan dan kezaliman yang berlaku pada Teoh. Tetapi dengan adanya KUASA TUHAN, mereka terpaksa mengahadapi… Read more »

why key?

Deepest condolence to TBH family. The next GE is our only
avenue to change all things. RIP. Beng Hock although I do not know you personally


What can I say…Malaysian politics is such a dirty politics….People are dying under police custody… PDRM,what you want to explain about this???Satu Malaysia konon…


Unexplained death in prison

Unexplained death in police lockup

Unexplained death of Altantuya

Unexplained death of Teoh Beng Hock.

According Suhakam, more then 1,500 of such death had already occured in our country.

Malaysia Boleh ???????????


Folks, it is time to walk the talk! You and me are the guilty ones! I was certainly dissapointed with the number of attendance in Stadium Kelana Jaya yesterday evening (July 19, 2009). I was expecting a larger crowd, perhaps, 30,000 instead of a meagre 3000. No wonder Najib only send message from Saudi Arabia about Malaysia being defeated by MU by 2-3 rather than 0-6. That’s all he care because during this match, more than 80,000 crowd went for the game in Stadium Bukit Jalil. For him, the 3000 crowd in stadium Kelana Jaya is far insignificant to send… Read more »



youw will feel it if its your son…


Teoh’s death is the last straw, we’ve lost confidence in MACC and the government.


Deepest condolence to TBH family and wife to be, may your soul be resurrected in all of us in our struggle against injustice towards the people of Malaysia,We as rakyats Malaysia will carry on your spirits with us and may god bless your family with good health, strengths to live on and your son or daughter which will be born in 7 months time will live as the national hero kid who fight for injustice.
Again god bless your soul, family and wife to be.


An open letter to the journalist fraternity in The Sun, New Straits Times, The Star, Sin Chew Jit Poh, Nanyang Siang Pau, Guang Ming Daily, Kwong Wah Yit Poh, The Edge. Do you accept Zainul Ariffin’s assertion that the Chinese are attacking a Malay institution when MACC is supposed to be a Malaysian public institution supported by Malay, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian, Sikh, Ceylonese, Iban, Kadazan, Bidayuh, Murut, Penan, Bajau, Melanau, Orang Asal taxpayers money? Will you go on record to condemn the racist innuendos of your esteemed colleague and boss (for New Straits Times staff)? We are not talking about… Read more »


My condolences goes to the family of TBH, don’t lose faith cos there will be a day when justice will prevail. Don’t condemd BN/UMNO nor name calling of their leaders, just do the one thing that is most important, that is in the next election, vote them out and remember your vote is very vital …! Remember, keep this in your heart for the next 36 months or more, n it will be the D-DAY for BN/UMNO!!!!!!!!!!

true malaysians







My deepest condolence to his wife-to-be and family. I suggest that we unite and continue to fight for justice. My common sense tells me that we should get the International Justice Mission founded by Gary Haugen to investigate the case. They will be the only hope we have if we want total truth, nothing but the truth. I don’t trust the BN government and anyone appointed by them. Things can be twisted… Praying hard that those who are responsible will be convicted and punished and all the evils that they have committed will be exposed plus those who are behind… Read more »


A nation mourns a dignified young man who stood his ground against MACC abusers and refused to be used to implicate/fabricate evidences against his bosses.

My deepest sympathy and condolence to the family, hope time will help heal and ease the pain.


Another day, another mother cries.. another child is orphaned…. What now Malaysia? Sit down in front of the television with a box of tissues or stand up and say NO! ?


May the soul of TBH be resurrected in all of us in our struggle against injustice towards the people of Malaysia, come rain or shine!


May his soul rest in peace, lest we forget our responsibility to him in the next GE.


1Malaysia for Najib only.


the LORD said : ” vengeance is mine ” . Amen !