Does the AG prefer suicide or homicide?

by Eyes Wide Open The Malaysian MSM has widely reported Najib as saying the AG is very unhappy with the coroner’s open verdict and is seeking a review in the High Court. What the PM conspicuously failed to mention is: what is Gani Patail so unhappy about? What verdict is he seeking? The MSM, predictably, … Continue reading

Re-analysis of Beng Hock’s alleged suicide note-Pt2

不懂装懂 结果连累了你 – bu dong / zhuang dong / jie guo / lian lei le / ni – don’t understand (or know) / pretend understand (or know) / result / involved / you The true relevance of the phrase bu dong zhuang dong and its meaning in this note is difficult to deduce as it … Continue reading

Re-analysis of Beng Hock’s alleged suicide note-Pt1

by Eyes Wide Open Shar101 was good enough to post a summary of Shuzheng’s analysis of TBH’s supposed suicide note some time ago. However, I felt that Shuzheng’s analysis and translation didn’t take into account some of the the key nuances of the note and because of that the note was even wrongly translated by … Continue reading

Analysis & insight into Beng Hock’s purported suicide note

We’ve excerpted the write-up below from Shuzheng’s blog. Translation by Shuzheng of Teoh Beng Hock’s note: Ouyang: They didn’t duplicate the computer files (but) seized all the computers (instead). Without end, the fingers point at you. Sorry. [writing scratched out] Feigning not to understand (although) I do, (but) in the end, you are implicated. I … Continue reading

How do Umno people get privileged info before others?

The issue of ‘new evidence’ on the Teoh Beng Hock case has grabbed everyone’s attention. Abdul Gani Patail, the Attorney-General, was reported as having the intention of submitting a ‘note’ found in Beng Hock’s slingbag (albeit supposedly ‘two months’ after his death) which may have a bearing on the final outcome of the inquest. Coincidentally, … Continue reading