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After police, now even MACC

Posted on: July 16, 2009

Whenever someone died or i should just say killed in custody, it was always the PDRM, but now, they have another partner in crime, MACC. Teo Beng Hock, just 30 years of age, died at the Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission head quaters in Shah Alam after he spend some less than 24 hours there. He was supposed to be the so called witness call by MACC to probe the allegation of misusing funds by Selangor Exco members. He went in at 5pm (15/7/09) and was held for questioning until the next morning 4am, according to MACC.

Now, Teo was not allowed to have his lawyer with him, as Yb Manoharan went along with him only to be rejected by the MACC. Why? Why he couldn’t have his lawyer with him?

Then why MACC have to held him until 4 am in the morning? What were they do all night long? Why the questioning cannot continued the next day? What rights do MACC have to held him until the wee hours, without his lawyer or company?

Now, remember one thing, he died while he was with MACC, so if he was murdered there,why should we believe a word from MACC? Look at the picture below;


If someone plunged to his death from 14 or 15 floors, what will the body looks like? A clean body without  pool of bloods or any serious damaged to his body? Surely some serious injuries be noted. I bet there’s foul play here and chances are he was killed somewhere and have his body place at the site to cook up a story that he commited suicide. his death cannot be silence by those evil who took his life, we cannot let another A. Kugan ending, which until now, after so many months, those who took his life is still at large. No, it should still in Bukit Aman.


Selangor State Exco’s aide plunges to death from MACC HQ

mk50The aide of a Selangor state executive councillor plunged to his death from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Selangor headquarters in Shah Alam. Teo Beng Hock’s body was found on the rooftop of a building next to the towering block which houses the MACC headquarters.

The 30-year-old former journalist was DAP exco Ean Yong Hian Wah’s political secretary. He was believed to have jumped from the 14th floor of the Tower Block where the MACC Selangor office is located early this afternoon.

Yesterday, Teo was taken to the MACC headquarters for questioning in relation to a probe concerning several Pakatan assemblypersons.

When the news of his death broke, Pakatan leaders, including Ean, rushed to the building. Other DAP leaders at the MACC headquarters are Ronnie Liu, Teng Chang Khim and Tony Pua. Both Liu and Teng, who were at building for more than an hour, confirmed that Teo had died.

Earlier, Selangor police chief Khalid Abu Bakar told Malaysiakini that the case was being investigated. Speaking to reporters later, the police chief said the deceased was found clad in a black jacket, blue shirt and white pants.

Lawyer: He looked happy

MACC investigation division director Shukri Abdull (right) told reporters that Teo was released at 3.45am but the deceased did not go home and was seen loitering in the building.

According to him,Teo had wanted to rest for a while at the pantry. He was seen still sleeping there at 6am. “Nobody saw him after that until his body was found at around 1.30pm,” he said. He repeatedly stressed that Teo was merely a witness in the investigation and not being probed.

Asked how they discovered the body, Shukri said they were alerted when they heard someone scream. His lawyer M Manoharan, who accompanied Teo to the MACC office yesterday, said the deceased looked normal and showed no signs of being under stress.

“He was happy and looked composed. I had advised him how to handle the interrogation since I was not allowed in during questioning,” he said.

Manoharan, who is the Kota Alam Shah assemblyperson, last saw Teo at around 7p.m. As of 6p.m. this evening, Teo’s body was still on the roof top of the building.

Teo’s laptop seized yesterday

Ean’s office was raided by the MACC yesterday where officers confiscated a laptop belonging to Teo as well as a desktop computer.

The MACC also raided the office of Kampung Tunku state assemblyperson Lau Weng San yesterday.Apart from Ean and Lau, six other Pakatan elected representatives are also under investigation – Teresa Kok (Kinrara), Hannah Yeoh (Subang), Elizabeth Wong (Bukit Lanjan), Dr Cheah Wing Yin (Damansara Utama) and Edward Lee (Bukit Gasing).

The commission had earlier quizzed several people, including the personal aides of five assemblypersons – Ean, Lau, Kok, Wong and Yeoh.

Selangor state representatives are given RM500,000 each every year to fund community programmes in their respective constituencies. MACC has alleged that the funds have been abused by the elected representatives.

R Sivarasa, who is Subang parliamentarian, said that the death was under very suspicious circumstances. “At this point, we are holding MACC responsible until we get a better explanation.”

Meanwhile, Kok asked why MACC took Teo away for interrogation at 5.40pm yesterday and thus forcing him to stay in the building overnight. Pua wondered why Teo would want to stay back after he was released by his interrogators. “Anyone who is asked for statements would be told to leave after the procedure is over.”

He lamented that Teo’s lawyer, Manoharan, was not allowed to be present during the interrogation. Halimah Ali, a PAS exco in the Selangor government, also revealed that Teo had his car in the MACC building. “There is no reason for him not to go home.”


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