It was only this morning that I read a report that the MACC would be installing close circuit security cameras for use during interrogation.
And now, another death at the MACC premises. A 56-year-old Customs assistant director, Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed, who was being probed has fallen to his death from the third floor of the MACC office.
Now, how will the Beng Hock commission of inquiry handle this? On twitter, someone wondered whether it would be better for the MACC to relocate to single-storey ground floor premises.
The Star reports:
The remains of the officer, who had been released on bail two days ago, was found at 10.15am.
It is learnt that the officer had returned to the MACC office on Wednesday to meet the investigation officer.
MACC director of investigations Datuk Mustafar Ali, who confirmed the incident, said the investigation officer had told the Customs officer to wait and went to collect the case file.
“When he came back, he found the Customs officer missing,” he added.