'Who will fall prey next?'

comments     Tricia Yeoh     Published     Updated

Much has already been said about the death of Teoh Beng Hock, political aide to Selangor exco member Ean Yong Hean Wah, and I understand the great anger and sadness being expressed by the public to this effect.

I do not know whether what I will share here will be of any use to anyone, but I would like to express my experience of the matter as a colleague of Teoh's in the same Selangor state government administration.

I was not close to Teoh, but being colleagues in the same building we were of course acquainted and I would see him at state events and press conferences.

Words cannot express the deep shock that many of the aides went through when news of Teoh's death came through. It is no different for me.

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