'Some are not fair by accusing him of spinning his story just for monetary rewards. On the contrary he has plenty to lose. Waiting for him will be jail terms for making a false statutory declaration.'
Bala interview: 'Why the deafening silence?'
Louis: I think some are not fair to private investigator P Balasubramanam by accusing him of spinning such a story just for monetary rewards. On the contrary he has plenty to lose. Waiting for him will be jail terms for making a false statutory declarations (SD).
Since he had made two SDs , one of them is bound to be false. And I am sure he is ready for the consequences. The targeted people simply ignore his accusations. This is expected of our leaders, especially from BN.
The reasons? They know that they are way above law of the country. The law enforcers will not ever interrogate them the way Teoh Beng Hock had undergone. Most probably, the investigating officers will talk with accused VIP over a cup of coffee and simply close the case as in the Lingam tape scandal or the super rich menteri besar.
Akmal Suyat: Why would anyone in their right mind make accusations against someone right at the very top? Would anyone be that stupid especially after taking into account recent events and the 'system' in this country?
Even if he did get money, was it worth it? Please think rationally. I am not saying I agree with what Bala is saying but apparently he says he has substantial evidence. Until we see it, we can't make judgements.
Dr Jacob George: 'Why the deafening silence?' Simple!
1. No one is biting these recycled fabrication, half-truths, blatant lies and hearsay. Purely put into motion to rattle and reap a financial windfall. These are comments of a now desperate and discredited individual irrespective of what my learned friends who are due their opinion, as those who are not buying 'this' anymore.
2. The 'real targets' of these allegations are not bothered as they are innocent of the allegations irrespective of the blog wars and claims.
Johnpah: What Bala says is going to be ignored. They will say this case is closed and in Malaysia this is normal. Look at all the high-profile cases. No one gets convicted, all files closed.
The most that will happen is that the police will take down Bala's statement and say they will investigate (perhaps form another freaking task force). May be the guilty party may 'hire' someone(s) to rubbish Bala's words.
If you think carefully, there could be a 'third group' trying to make some quick money from the guilty party.
Second post-mortem done, no details available
Justice Seeker: It is really disgusting when the Tiger of Puchong revealed that there were people following Thai pathologist Dr Porntip Rojanasunand, I presume to intimidate her. What is happening to this country?
Whenever there are attempts to reveal the truth as in Raja Petra Kamarudin's case, private investigators P Balasubramaniam's statutory declaration and many others, 'hidden hands' start intimidating and harassing these people.
As long as BN is ruling the country, intimidation and harassment will be the name of the game. Come the 13th general election, God willing, BN will be thrown into the rubbish bin. Then all the truth will be freely revealed to the rakyat. Robbers, murderers, rapists all will be exposed.
Ong Guan Sin: I can't agree that the Malaysian government takes this case seriously at all. If it does, there should not even be the need of this second autopsy (further grief to the deceased family). It should have been a royal commission of inquiry rather than an inquest.
And what about the allegations against the MACC officers themselves? No serious investigation was even done for those. At least bring Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein to the witness stand.
Argonist: I'm sure the public can take whatever the results turn out to be, but what about the guilty ones? What about if the Thai pathologist Porntip and the British pathologist Peter Venezis have too many doubts because of the condition of the body? Let's wait and see the reports.
Daniel Liang: One should also be prepared to accept the autopsy result if the outcome is otherwise - that Teoh Beng Hock had committed suicide. We should commend the Malaysian government for taking this case seriously, by allowing:
1. The exhumation and the second autopsy
2. The participation of foreign experts, Porntip and Peter Venezis
3. A CAT scan and complete X-ray shots
4. An autopsy procedure by a third pathologist.
If the autopsy results contradict the previous findings from the two Malaysian pathologists, then action must be taken against them for providing false information.
Kgan: If the second autopsy finds conclusive evidence that Teoh was murdered, action must be taken against the pathologists who did the first autopsy. It's bad enough to have politicians and law enforcement people lying to us but those in the noble profession of doctors should be above lies and deceit.
If they can't take pressure from the top, the least they can do is resign rather than agree to cover up for murderers. We haven't forgotten that these two took medical leave on the same day during Teoh's inquest and when they returned, they started singing the suicide tune like a perfect duet.