I refer to the Malaysiakini report Rank-and-file behind theft of jet engines.
Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail, are you expecting us to buy this nonsense? How did the stolen jet engines go through all the extremely tight red tape in our country and end up in Uruguay?
Are you saying the system is actually that loose for a personnel who is not a senior air force officer to work around it? Who are you covering for this time?
If you ask me, the prime minister has to be responsible since he heads the armed forces of the country.
If there is a slightest chance that the lowest ranking in the air force is involved, then as administrative head of the armed forces, the prime minister is responsible and must be brought in for questioning.
He must asked to explain why the system failed to detect the shipment of stolen goods out of the country notwithstanding the lack of accountability for the air force’s itinerary and spare parts.
What a way for Bolehland to start 2010 - the transfer of a huge amount of cash out of the country linked to prime minister's wife, the scary truth of the second autopsy on Teoh Beng Hock, Private Investigator’s P Balasubramaniam update on his first statutory declaration, the Port Klang Free Zone scandal drama and now millions over stolen air force jet engines.
All the above among many other ongoing Bolehland dramas. I think the rakyat needs to be very careful in all upcoming elections as we need to push forward for a better Malaysia.