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Other than clinic with medical doctors who can recycle your wives or girlfriends virginity,

We also have “BOOT CAMPS” to indoctrinate “recalcitrant” judges!

High Court judge makes

explosive judicial disclosures

Our alternative film collection also include explosive video clips like ‘Lingamgate’.

The same players in that highly charged video are also key players in this judge’s expose:

Former prime minister MAHATHIR MOHAMMAD & 

Former chief justice EUSOFF CHIN.

Threats and packing them off to camps veiled in dialogue session.

De facto Opposition Anwar Ibrahim was there, too.

Tell us now what was it like, hey!

We also have a Bar Council president who is both “alarmed and concerned”; but whose members happily had dinner with current prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

They bought his words that he would reform the judiciary.

Perhaps this kind of exposes are part of the “reform” tactics, eh.

Bar council startled by judge’s ‘damning’ disclosure

A reform is not enough. We need a revolution!

Whether in boot camps or the judiciary.

 Which means, booting out more judges.

And the federal government.

140 responses »

  1. I don't mean it says:

    correct, correct, correct!
    Welcome to Bolehland, 22 years of darkness by TUN Dr.M

    In the 1st place this Sabah and Sarawak should not be in Malaysia, see what Brunei and Singapore getting on? Their currency is 2.37 times stronger and Per Capital income is a 4 times higher too. Sabah and Sarawk you are the milk cow of Bolehland!

  2. bamboo river says:

    I don’t really know the Bar Council President. However , I felt her statement to the press seems to sway like a coconut tree by the sea side. It makes me dizzy.

    Good and honest judges are plenty in our judiciary. The only thing is , they do not get good coverage.
    In order to save and protect the intergrity of all the good judges, the system must be revamped and independent .
    What do the members of the Bar Council have to say?

    I think the first thing Anwar should do besides reducing the fuel price (if he becomes the PM) is to amend the judiciary system .Then he can proceed to take action on all those corrupted and dishonest politicians.

  3. clearwater says:

    Bit by bit the extent of executive interference in the judiciary is revealed. The rot is as deep as we feared. Will self incrimination hold other tongues with tales to tell or will more brave souls listen to their conscience and come forward? Faced with a dilemma, does one bare all and face possible public tribulation or hold still and be silently damned by one’s own conscience? I trust there are still a few good men in the judiciary who find their conscience to be their guiding light. Let them come forth and help cleanse their noble profession of corruptive influence and the shame of the past 2 decades. Let us rebuild our judiciary.l

  4. kcee says:

    It’s as if we were in the Communist era with people being indoctrinated at the slightest infraction. This CheDet guy is truly a scumbag and should be held accountable for his misdeeds before his calling.

  5. R.V. David says:

    The judiciary is rotten. My heart goes to all those who suffered under the tyrannical kangaroo courts.

    I have commented on this here:

    http://rvicdav.blogspot.com

  6. Ahmad says:

    Hear we come- Judiciary Reform by BN goverment and Bar Council having nice dinner with PM.
    All this wayang lah-BN goverment only want to show TDM that former judges was given unfair treatment during TDM and now former Lord President is chairman of one instituition.

    The rest will be nothing done by current BN goverment-what judiciary reform?????.

    The boot camp will go on and on… BN goverment will make use of this to protect their interestt……. a lot of outstanding court cases are not cleared be it on criminals or especially related to BN politician

    Just wait and see lah..

  7. imwatchingu says:

    The Bar Council should be blamed for the errosion of our judiciary. They knew what was going on but chose to remain silence for reasons only known to themselves. This dirty business has been going on for the past 20 years or so and even people outside the law fratinity were aware. The opposition, especially Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh has been highlighting it for years. But BC chose to let others fight their battle. Apart from token statements now and then, they still have their heads stuck in the sand. And now they are cosying it up with Pak Lah. They should get out of their air-con office and emulate Parkistan lawyers by taking to the street to make their demand. I’ld certainly walk with them.

  8. hutchrun says:

    This makes Mahathir guilty of sedition, and he should go to prison for it.
    But the Fat AG got no bola.

  9. Keris says:

    Dr M is innocent until proven guilty. He already thrown down the gauntlet but nobody is picking it up. He has done so much for the country and after he has stepped down gracefully all the knives are out to get him. This country owes a great deal to this noble statesman who transformed the backwater state into a first world developing nation which are an envy of many nations who are struggling to stay afloat.

    Please accord the respect due to him. Who knows in the not too distant future he may be needed to be at the helm again to steer this nation to greater heights.

  10. new future says:

    Time to have another RCI and this time indict the ex PM and put him behind bars and let him blog.
    Let’s see how many visitors to his blog this time – see who are dumb ones soo interested in what a corrupt and evil person like him has to say!

  11. hutchrun says:

    One such case concerns Lim Guan Eng, a parliamentarian released in August 1999 after serving 12 months of an 18 month prison sentence, who was found guilty of sedition for prompting ‘public dissatisfaction with the administration of justice’.
    [ ]
    Murray Hiebert, Malaysia bureau chief of the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine, was convicted of contempt of court in 1997 for writing an article about a civil suit filed by Chandra Sri Ram, wife of Judge Gopal Sri Ram, demanding damages of US$2.4 million damages from the Kuala Lumpur International School. The school had dropped her son from the debate team after allegations of cheating. After several days of hearings the suit was settled out of court, but, on reading Murray Hiebert’s article, the plaintiff called for the journalist to be jailed for contempt of court.

    Murray Hiebert was sentenced to three months in jail by the High Court. In September 1999 the Appeal Court upheld the conviction, but reduced his sentence to six weeks. In order to regain his passport and rejoin his family abroad, Murray Hiebert chose to serve his sentence immediately, while appealing the conviction to the Federal Court, Malaysia’s highest court..
    http://www.amnesty.org/es/library/asset/ASA28/012/1999/en/dom-ASA280121999en.html

    Mahathir has to be investigated for contempt of court, suborning the judiciary etc etc.

  12. Corrupted Mamak Mahathir,

    How come you have forgotten to mention this in your blog on the issue of the judiciary ? As usual you only wrote and twisted a quarter of the truth, a lot more of your bullies is coming up soon , just you watch.
    Has your selective mind ‘forgotten’ on the issue or as always you are going to ‘find’ a way out of it ? This time you can’t, however hard you try, it only shows further what a corrupted and abusive person you are, a bloody Mamak your are.
    How UMNO has put you up as the P.M. for 22 years, remains not as a surprise to many, but for lack of real Malay leadership.
    By the way, how come your ‘many supporters’ including your son,have not resigned from UMNO ?
    There is nothing now you can do as a corrupted Mamak ! No one is following you as they are getting ‘smarter’, beside you do not have any more right to give these ‘supporters’ any more opportunities to be corrupted
    Don’t forget to keep posting yourself in your blogs to make the big numbers up to look popular, corrupted Mamak. Stay fit for the indictment.

  13. itioop says:

    How about a boot camp for recalcitrant ex-PMs? Whipping is to be included in the menu

  14. Johncumlambatly says:

    “Please accord the respect due to him. Who knows in the not too distant future he may be needed to be at the helm again to steer this nation to greater heights.” -Keriscumimpotently

    I take the above commentator’s view to task by,

    (1) A respectable and Honourable person (esp. retired) is respected and will be called in to serve again when his outstanding records supplanting that of his successors (talking about the current PM), but Mahathir is a self-righteous bastard who is a prime-mover and a resultant of the Judiciary crisis.

    (2) No doubt that Mahathir had done quite OK compare to Bodohwi to Malaysia’s economy and the standard living to it’s citizenry but wasn’t Badawi was a planted “puppet” to serve Mahathir’s interest only to have Badawi to reneged and built up his own coffers, he and his SIL mauraded?

    (3) Imagine a country which have it’s natural resource- timber, gas, oil, tin, keris, rubber is still a developing nation under Mahathir’s 22 year rule when Singapore (once a Malaysian Minister refer to as an Island) has touched the 1st World status with the Corruption Perception Index at more than 9 points when Malaysia is at about 5 points level? (10 is the hight and incorruptible).

    *

    To touch on the Judiciary issue, when Bar Council President Ambiga calls for more testimonies, has she and her Disciplinary team instituted Disciplinary actions against V.K.Linggam?

    Johncumlambatly (celaka!,Still cannot blow lah) :C

  15. martha says:

    What do you mean Keris you must be joking I presume. The very fact that this foxy old man has done a whole of damage to the country, to put him at the helm again my goodness me you want the whole country to PERISH!!! All he can possibly do is to steer the country into another Zimbabwe. How can one respect a man who has done so much injustice to this wonderful country.

  16. Johncumlambatly says:

    “Dr M is (presumed) innocent until proven guilty.”-Keriscumimpotently

    Hahahahahahahaha. U make me wana burst out….Where do you graduated from?

  17. clearwater says:

    Keris,

    Where have you been your entire life?

  18. hutchrun says:

    Whipping is to be included in the menu – itioop

    With a cat o` nine tails
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_o'_nine_tails

  19. hutchrun says:

    Mahathir should be whipped with this:

  20. hutchrun says:

    That link don`t work so here`s another one:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_o'_nine_tails

  21. hutchrun says:

    That link don`t work so here`s another one:
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_o’_nine_tails

  22. caravanserai says:

    Ian Chin
    He let go his beans
    Holding it for years
    Now he wanted the truth to be known
    In his court he made his revelation

    The Judiciary lost its direction
    When Tun Sallah was removed
    Under circumstances not yet revealed
    Only points curry favors

    Will the other judges come forward?
    Telling it why the Judiciary fails?
    This is the time to confront the ghost
    Else forever hold your peace

    Malaysia must move ahead
    Let era of intimidation revealed
    Let once and for all unchained the shackles
    Let the flow be free

  23. wits0 says:

    imwatchingu: “The Bar Council should be blamed for the erosion of our judiciary. ”

    It has a share in that, judging from the number of times it couldn’t even get a quorum. Scared and disunited like most other ppl.

    How to have reform when M’s most dubious AG is still there?

  24. starbug says:

    Keris, not only you are blind but stupid as well. Haven’t you been noticing that the old man is all out in creating havoc while all his his wrongdoing is slowly being brought out in the open.

    You are either that or you are under his payroll.

  25. bungkak says:

    Did Mahathir think he could change time by half an hour earlier and live longer ? Now his son is trying to achieve top umno youth post. Just another big drama, isn’t it ? Facing reality isn’t UMNO’s priority – they may allow Mahathir Junior to rule with another Iron Fist. Long live the Malay Dilemma.

  26. bungkak says:

    Questions about the charging of ex-sessions judge for falsifying document
    Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

    Last Friday, former sessions court judge Zunaidah Mohd Idris was produced in the Raub sessions court where she had sat as presiding judge from 2004 to 2005 and charged with falsifying a document written by magistrate Nurul Mardhiah Redza in relation to a drug case in the magistrate’s court.
    Zunaidah, 48, pleaded not guilty to […]

  27. bungkak says:

    Judicial renaissance – start with retirement of judges who deliver “cut-n-paste” judgments or those written by others
    Thursday, April 10th, 2008

    Let the annual conference of judges this year, held after the March 8 “political tsunami”, be really different from the annual conferences of judges in the past two decades – when the judiciary except for a very brief period was smothered by a cloud of denial that it had increasingly lost national and […]

  28. bungkak says:

    “He was the chief justice that the country should not have, but had”
    Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

    The report of the expected six-month extension of Datuk Abdul Hamid Mohamad’s tenure as Chief Justice from April 18 to Oct 17 this year is the only bright spark in a desolate wasteland of the judiciary highlighted by three weeks of public hearing of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Lingam Tape.
    After the […]

  29. Edi神 says:

    Madir has run our country into chaos!

    We need his APOLOGU!

  30. Harrison says:

    Justice Ian Chin did the right thing before a hearing commenced by offering an incriminating exposure of eminence grise for the contestants/ counsels to review whether to call for his recusal.

    I doubt AAB could have a good head-start with this since the findings of the “HAIDAR COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY” founded that the infamous six was implicated of certain abuse of power and it stops there.

    I hope Anwar Ibrahim comes out to testify as he was implicated by Justice Ian Chin standing in for Mahathir asking dubious questions and thy honour vaguely recollects Anwar spouting off “Are politicians looking for girls when they are often seen loitering at posh hotel lobbies?”

  31. Andrew says:

    The time it takes for justice to be had in this country, we’ll all be dead.

  32. U aim at the Wrong Target says:

    Mahathir Mohammed Iskandar Kutty, the demon, must be held responsible for all the woos happening in the country now.
    The billions that he lost through mismanagement and corruptions should be recovered from him, Diam and the CMs….
    Yeah, Kris, where have you been??? This demon has done much to the country?????
    Tomorrow he might spew another racist remark to destabilise the coutry again! What if another May 13 happens? Hasn’t he caused enough damages with the first one?

  33. Kherry Scarry says:

    More and More @#$* Shit coming out !!!!

    Apa mau jadi sama negara ini ????

  34. Keris says:

    Well I agreed with Jeff Ooi that why did the judges have to take such a long time to bring a case against Dr M. Maybe they don’t have a case at all. I will bet to my last dollar that Dr M will be exonerated of all these accusation

  35. jungleboy says:

    kris had the right to his opinion. Must had benefitted alot during tdms time.Imagine him as a judge presiding on a case – rakyat vs tdm

  36. Only A Few Good Men Left says:

    And……

  37. tamade says:

    Boot camp – for judges
    NS (or nicknamed Death Camp for some) – for youngsters
    BTN Camp – for public servants
    Detention Camp (ISA) – for political enemies etc
    Holiday Camp – for Bolehland Ministers
    Brain Storming Camp – for chairman to retreat
    Simpang Renggam Camp – for advanced level
    criminals who wish to
    sharpen their skills

  38. Lamparchi says:

    We need to quickly recover lost time. Dr.M was once too arrogant and he had practically overruled all sultans. We may call him Once a King. BN has to to fully responsible for what it is today. PR should be the immediate replacement to cleanse the bad image. Where are the 30 plus MP crossing over ? Do it now to save the country.

  39. Lallang exile says:

    AAB,

    What are you waiting for? Launch it now or never!!!

    You could kill two birds with one stone.

    Strike now!! The Rakyat is waiting!!!

  40. Johncumlambatly says:

    To : Lallang exile,

    AAB is between a Rock (the stagnant of the RCI on the Linggamgate Scandal speaks of his cowardice to move a muscle to indict the “untouchable” Mahathir and other influential and rich cohorts implicated by the “Haidar Commision of Enquiry) and a Hard Place (given the instances that his UMNO comrades are trying to unseat him).

    By committing “self-destruct” from within UMNO by raising the crazy feue-hike price and another similar moves anew later, then the pre-meditated plan to upset the BN MPs to crossover to Anwar’s Pakatan could manifest.

    It’s easy to say, but action may be not. Just a thought.

  41. Johncumlambatly says:

    To Harrison,

    High Court Judge Ian Chin should have come forward upon the implication of the RCI findings into the Linggamgate scandal to queue on the floodgates since exculpatory immunities is tacitly accorded for any “Whistle-Blowers”.
    I could not see why he has to wait for a case-relevance?

  42. Dr. Rosli says:

    Susan, I wish I have good words for Tun Mahathir. Certainly not after the damning revelation.

    He ruined the fabrics of our society. Some might argue that he brought development to the country. I would say that if not him, God could have easily put someone else in his place who could have also developed the country minus all the destrctions that he had inflicted to this beloved country of ours in his 22 years’ reign.

    What so special about development. Countries around us – Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, India, Korea and many others – have also developed, even more developed and with better standard of living than us. Mahathir did not rule these countries. In comparison, he did not bring that much development to Kedah, his own state.

    The list of allegations aginst him is long but let us mention a few: he ruined the justice system. Only a cruel leader would want to put the court system under his feet.

    He ruined the police force, the election commission and many other institutions. He put so many innocent people in Kamunting detention camp, thus inflicting so much untold sufferings to so many wives, mothers, fathers and children.

    Under his reign, ocrruption became so cancerous in our society. Perhaps, he is apt to be called the Father of Corruption.

    Also he turned Islam in Malaysia topsy-turvy.

    Don’t ever foget – he ruined his own party, UMNO. It is at the door of death now.

    This guy knows no limit in abusing his power vested in him by rakyat. I am not so sure whether he fully realised or not that rakyat who gave him power.

    Of course, things mentioned here are allegations. Let us see if PM Abdullah is brave enough to see Mahathir in court.

    Some might argue against this but let me nevertheless say it: this guy is a dictator, no lower in standing than known dictators throughout the history of mainkind.

    Susan, sorry. Against, I must say I wish I have som nice words for this guy.

  43. tamade says:

    So, will Najib, Muhidin, Ku Li, and Rais Yatim going to pmake a report against the Mahafiraun for his misuse of power and authority? Will the AG then prosecute Mahafiraun? Or may be set up another Royal commission to investigate Mahafiraun, the Chief Judge of that time, and the judges involved? The above cabinet ministers and AG must act, otherwise you people have violated the Rukun Negara and betrayed the trust of the people and you all must resign asap. Forget about pushing AAB to retreat early. Get the judiciary pillar right first.

  44. bungkak says:

    Mahathir says it again – others are more guilty
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    The nub of Tun Dr. Mahathir’s response to the report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Lingam Video Tape scandal – whose finding can be summed up as “He looks like Lingam, he sounds like Lingam, he is Lingam!” – is that the offensive is the best defence.
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  45. bungkak says:

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  46. bungkak says:

    No Glitter to Merdeka’s Golden Anniversary Year
    Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

    by M. Bakri Musa
    By right Malaysians should still be relishing the afterglow of their 50th Merdeka anniversary celebrations. Alas, the much-anticipated euphoria was short lived; the grim realities of Malaysian life quickly intruded.
    Even the mainstream media carry daily headlines of gory crimes. […]

  47. Lallang exile says:

    If jsutice Ian Chin’s statement – made in court – is not good enough, I don’t know what is.

    How the AAB govt reacts would be key to its survival. I think more will speak out if the govt gives an indication of its policy.

    The inertia within the AAB govt towards this is baffling – maybe AAB have already given up and is now dividing the final spoils of the loot (hence the price fuel hike) before toppling over. Pleae prove me wrong, AAB.

    Otherwise, it is hard to fathom why he would agree to such an (the price hike) anti populist action.

    All this wayang is being played out before the curtain opens to a worldwide crisis of inflation and stagflation………..

  48. bungkak says:

    Let the great battle to get Anwar back to Parliament begin
    Monday, June 9th, 2008

    Anwar Ibrahim is reported yesterday as saying that “This year is a good timing for a by-election”, with some newspapers like Sin Chew Daily giving it page headline treatment.
    I will go one step further. There is no better time than NOW for a by-election for Anwar to get back to Parliament […]

  49. sklee says:

    DSAI,
    If you were there to represent Tun Mahathir then, do let us know what happened.Also the background to the so-called indoctrination camps would be relevant!Are they similar to that given to some category of teachers in the National Interests!

  50. bungkak says:

    27 charges against Zakaria dropped – another grave blow to public confidence less than a week to 50th Merdeka celebrations
    Saturday, August 25th, 2007

    As if there were not enough setbacks in the past two months to shatter public confidence in the independence, integrity and professionalism of institutions of state causing more and more Malaysians to ask the real meaning of the 50th Merdeka anniversary celebrations, another grave blow was delivered to such public confidence yesterday.
    I am referring […

  51. bungkak says:

    Somebody from the PKR must write a book on all the corruption cases swept under the carpet and the AG’s role in bringing these matters to public justice. Co-authors would be a better way as two heads are better than one.

  52. hitamputih says:

    Mahathir is best in ‘pusing’. He can turn ‘black’ into ‘white’.

    Lets enjoy what he has to say about this case. He is nothing less than RECALCITRANT, definitely not judges attended the boot camp.

  53. hitamputih says:

    Hehe, u see, this Mahathir ‘pusing’ again.

    See http://malaysiakini.com/news/84304

  54. Keris says:

    Yahoo ! the De facto law minister had made it known that there is no case against Dr M on his alleged intervention in the judiciary. This is because Dr M has been a honest PM who stay true to his course of making sure Malaysia stand among the most admired country in this region. Now can some one prove otherwise that the great statesman has erred ?

  55. Feroz Merican says:

    Tak habis habis Mahathir, hey Badawi lost, Najib’s wife is a murderer what do you care about Mahathir? He had the guts to stand up to the World Bank, the IMF, the USA and the UK, Badawi can’t even stand up to Najib’s wife!!! I would take Mahathir in a heartbeat compared to the fools who screwed up UMNO for the first time in 50 years. Najib is going to be our next Prime Minister, and you fellas keep harping about Mahathir. Recalcitrant is a term used by an Australian Prime Minister, you’re telling me you respect an Aussie over a Malaysian? Well then, you are a traitor or a fool, and I suggest you emigrate there and see what it is like to be a second class citizen. Blaming the previous administration for the disasters f the present one shows me that you do not know the first thing about Politics. If it happens on your watch, you are to blame, not the leaders before you. You sound like Republicans blaming everything on the Democrats, despite the fact the Republicans are the ones who wanted to go to war in Iraq.

  56. Johncumlambatly says:

    Keris Says:
    June 11, 2008 at 4:01 pm

    Yahoo ! the De facto law minister had made it known that there is no case against Dr M on his alleged intervention in the judiciary. This is because Dr M has been a honest PM who stay true to his course of making sure Malaysia stand among the most admired country in this region. Now can some one prove otherwise that the great statesman has erred ?
    ___________________________________________________________

    The above commentator may be suffering from some sort of mental illness.

  57. ghenjis khan says:

    A Prime Minister of a Parliamentary System of Government with a Constitutional Monarchy has NO business with the Judges except when he/she is tried before them.

    The Judges are the Judges of the Agong as if trying to dispense Justice on behalf of the Agong who is an Amir or Khalifah from a jurisprudence point of view. [in certain circumtances the Agong may be tried by the Judges].

    And the Lord President or Chief Justice should not force the Judges to attend “boot camp” or “indoctrination camp” and be lectured by the Prime Minister or for that matter the Law Minister.

    The Judges are on their own as if a very separate institution altogether only that they derived their salaries and perks from the Consolidated Account.

    Sorry, I just woke up from a dream !

  58. Feroz Merican says:

    That’s OK, Ghengis, you are Mongolian, you don’t have to apologize.
    When you start living in the real world we’ll let you know. By the way, your spelling is silap. Are you from Perak?

  59. hitamputih says:

    Feroz,

    Respect must be earned. How to respect a RECALCITRANT?

    RECALCITRANT is the proper word to describe Mahathir, while for the rest of UMNO, and for that matter certain personnels of MCA, MIC & Grerakan, are best described as IRRITANT.

    It seems that no ‘STATE MAN’ exist in Malaysia. If got, also long long ago, definitely not during the 22 years (under M) and 4 years (under AB).

  60. Change The Goven Now!!! says:

    One solution only…………CHANGE THE GOVEN!!!! It’s getting from bad to worse!!! Bodowi simply increase fuel and electricity bill by over 40 percent? Hugh jump man, you idiot!!! Only fools make this kind of stupid decision. Old mamak, are you blind?? Why send a child to do a men’s job!!!

  61. Shocking Asia New says:

    THIS IS REALLY SHOCKING ! ! !

    WHAT IS ACA DOING ABOUT IT ? ? ? only records on year 96,97 98 !!! what about others ???

    ——————————————————————————–

    FIXED DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS OF MAHATHIR扴 WIFE AND 5 OF HIS CHILDREN

    AS WELL AS HIS CRONIES

    The information regarding the Fixed Deposit Accounts of Mahathir抯 wife and 3 of his children are as below. These accounts were opened at an Israeli Singapore-based bank in the neighboring country of Singapore. The bank is ISRAELI NATIONAL BANK.

    That vast amount of monies could have been derived through the following:

    Deposited by an agent of the Israeli Government or any other foreign government.
    Derived by the various companies of Mahathir抯 cronies.
    Perhaps this could be the RM1Bil missing from UMNO抯 account which Anwar Ibrahim brought up before he was dismissed from UMNO.
    Details of accounts are as follow:

    Family of Dr. Mahathir:

    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : AGF-2192-2442- 722-(X)
    Amount : USD 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 25/06/95
    Date of Maturity : 25/06/98
    (Maturity continued to 25/06/2001)
    (Extension interest agreed upon)
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FA-4196-2493- 313 (A)
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 09/06/00
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DD-3919-714- 271-(A)
    Amount : USD 5,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/12/95
    Date of Maturity : 06/12/98
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FB-5614-1499- 515 (C)
    Amount : USD 9,800,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 12/11/2000
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : CE-2418-7172- 492 (E)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 07/03/98
    Date of Maturity : 07/03/01
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : GB-6921-4212- 712 (F)
    Amount : USD 6,650,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/03/95
    Date of Maturity : 19/03/98
    (Maturity continuity to 19/03/2001)

    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : C-719-418-210 (M)
    Amount : USD 13,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 17/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 17/06/99

    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : F-817-200-11 (C)
    Amount : USD 12,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/99
    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    5 years
    Account No : G-211-922-718- 2 (D)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/07/97
    Date of Maturity : 12/07/02
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : F-3532-3310- 501 (NG)
    Amount : USD 15,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DA-9159-7211- 819 (M)
    Amount : USD 4,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 20/05/96
    Date of Maturity : 20/05/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : ME-3138-5144- 219 (A)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/09/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/09/00
    13. Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Current Account
    Account No : A-7213-4441- 223 (MB)
    Amount : USD 15,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/12/97
    Withdrawal : USD 5,000,000.00 on 10/02/98
    Cheque No. F2912718
    Deposit : USD 9,500,000.00
    Last Balance : USD 19,500,000.00
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : F-3518-3279- 441 (ND)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 08/09/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : M-3121-3149- 512 (D)
    Amount : USD 7,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/95
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/98
    Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : LA-5716-3919- 862 (C)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 16/08/96
    Date of Maturity : 16/08/99
    17. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : CM-6983-7419- 365 (F)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 29/06/99
    18. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : JE-8145-6073- 396 (L)
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 15/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 15/11/99
    19. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : YE-3909-2616- 398 (M)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 25/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 25/11/00
    20. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : G-7051-3996- 521 (EC)
    Amount : USD 12,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 26/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 26/09/99
    21. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M-2074-6219- 332 (E)
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 05/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 05/06/99
    22. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DL-6074-3691- 7785 (E)
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 26/09/97
    Date of Maturity : 26/09/00
    23. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : CF-3711-5681- 742 (G)
    Amount : S $ 7,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 06/07/99
    24. Name : Ms Melinda Bte Mahathir
    Post : Daughter of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 697339 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : EX-6965-7718- 396 (D)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 19/11/99
    25. Name : Ms Melinda Bte Mahathir
    Post : Daughter of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 697339 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : FN-1799-6673- 983 (M)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/01/98
    Date of Maturity : 21/01/00

    TOTAL :

    USD 199.45 MILLION AND S $ 42,000,000.00 IN FIXED DEPOSIT

    Ponder on the amount and think for yourself how could they have acquired these vast amount of wealth just being the wife and children of the PM of Malaysia ????

    CRONIES WEALTH:

    BROTHER-IN-LAW OF MAHATHIR

    1. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : BB-1792-5126- 2197-14 (XD)
    Amount : USD 6,600,000.00
    Date of opening account : 14/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 14/12/98

    2. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : MG-3014-2132- 5188-19 (NF)
    Amount : USD 11,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 16/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 16/05/00

    3. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : NE-5179-2212- 6125-42 (CE)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 18/06/98
    Date of Maturity : 18/06/00

    TOTAL:

    USD 23,100,00.00

    CABINET MINISTERS (TO BE CONTINUED LATER厖.)

    26. 1. Name : Mr. Mohammad Najib Bin Abdul Razak
    Post : Minister of Education
    Passport No. : D 371981 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Current Account
    Account No : E-7194-303-45- G
    Amount : USD 7,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 22/12/95
    Withdrawal : USD 2,500,000.00 on 10/01/96
    Cheque No. F1742330
    Withdrawal : USD 1,000,000.00 on 16/03/96
    Cheque No. F1742331
    Withdrawal : USD 1,000,000.00 on 01/07/96
    Cheque No. F1742332
    Withdrawal : USD 500,000.00 on 11/06/97
    Cheque No. F1742333

    27. Name : Mr. Syed Hamid Bin Syed Albar
    Post : Minister of Defence
    Passport No. : D 691245 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : J-321-3352-339- G
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 14/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 14/07/99

    28. 3. Name : Mr. Syed Hamid Bin Syed Albar
    Post : Minister of Defence
    Passport No. : D 691245 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : AC- 4192-443-54- E
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 27/11/96
    Date of Maturity : 27/11/99

    29. 4. Name : Ms. Rafidah Bte Aziz
    Post : Minister of International Trade And Industry
    Passport No. : D 391274 (M)
    Bank : Bank Of Nova Scotia
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : LA- 7211-3647-341 G
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 10/06/99

    30. 5. Name : Ms. Rafidah Bte Aziz
    Post : Minister of International Trade And Industry
    Passport No. : D 391274 (M)
    Bank : Bank Of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : CL 4223-6162-47 M
    Amount : USD 2,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/96

    31. 6. Name : Mr. Muhyuddin Bin Yassin
    Post : Minister of Youth and Sports
    Passport No. : D 512717 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    5 years
    Account No : AF- 3712-229-33- Y
    Amount : USD 7,700,000.00
    Date of opening account : 15/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 15/06/01

    32. 7. Name : Mr. Megat Junid Bin Megat Ayob
    Post : Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
    Passport No. : D 299671 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : F-3091-9211- 39 (O)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/08/96
    Date of Maturity : 19/08/99

    33. 8. Name : Mr. Megat Junid Bin Megat Ayob
    Post : Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
    Passport No. : D 299671 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : M-5244-6052- 69 (D)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 07/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 07/05/00

    34. 9. Name : Mr. Mohammad Bin Rahmat
    Post : Minister of Information
    Passport No. : D 423717 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : C-2965-173-384- F
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/11/96
    Date of Maturity : 29/11/98

    35. 10. Name : Mr. Mohammad Bin Rahmat
    Post : Minister of Information
    Passport No. : D 423717 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : CA-3129-662- 919-G
    Amount : S $ 2,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/03/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/03/99

    36. 11. Name : Mr. Sabbarudin Bin Chik
    Post : Minister of Culture, Arts and Tourism
    Passport No. : D 196432 (M)
    Bank : Bank of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : E-699-3172-982 (B)
    Amount : USD 8,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 02/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 02/09/99

    37. 12. Name : Mr. Mustapa Bin Mohamed
    Post : Minister of Entrepreneur
    Second Finance Minister
    Passport No. : D 862411 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : CA-5098-344- 66-D
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 12/06/99

    38. 13. Name : Mr. Mustapa Bin Mohamed
    Post : Minister of Entrepreneur
    Second Finance Minister
    Passport No. : D 862411 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : DD-2141-7922- 549-F
    Amount : USD $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/04/97
    Date of Maturity : 21/04/99

    39. 14. Name : Ms. Siti Zaharah Binti Sulaiman
    Post : Deputy Minister of Health
    Passport No. : D 594071 (M)
    Bank : United Overseas Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : M-3914-7179- 212-D
    Amount : S $ 5,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 28/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 28/05/99

    40. 15. Name : Mr. Tajol Rosli Bin Mohammad Ghazali
    Post : Deputy Home Affairs Minister
    Passport No. : D 691872 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : B 1712-341-619- C
    Amount : S $ 2,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 29/06/99

    41. 16. Name : Mr. Abdul Kadir Bin Sheikh Fadzir
    Post : Deputy Minister Human Resources
    Passport No. : D 541781 (M)
    Bank : Bank of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : D 319-2218-512- J
    Amount : USD 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 28/02/98
    Date of Maturity : 28/02/01

    42. 17. Name : Mr. Ibrahim Saad
    Post : Deputy Minister PM Department
    Passport No. : D 891741 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 374-6593-88 D
    Amount : USD 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/06/99

    43. 18. Name : Mr. Mohamed Nazri Bin Aziz
    Post : Deputy Minister PM Department
    Passport No. : D 871945 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : BD 5211-7925-8716- 51 MA
    Amount : USD 6,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/06/99

    44. 19. Name : Mr. Mohamad Isa Bin Abdul Samad
    Post : Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan
    Passport No. : D 831569 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : E- 6654-662-719- M
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 09/07/99

    45. 20. Name : Mr. Mohamad Isa Bin Abdul Samad
    Post : Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan
    Passport No. : D 831569 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : J-5152-6161- 311-D
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 24/01/97
    Date of Maturity : 24/01/00

    46. 21. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FG 3469-4462-9172 (DE)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/99

    47. 22. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : H 7639-1722-5243 (MG)
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 09/06/99

    48. 23. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    1 years
    Account No : DC 7943-7716-2713 33 NB
    Amount : S $ 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/12/97
    Date of Maturity : 10/12/98

    49. 24. Name : Mr. Abdul Ghani Bin Othmman
    Post : Chief Minister of Johore
    Passport No. : D 615791 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : GH 1299-4166-339 A
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 11/06/99

    50. 25. Name : Mr. Abdul Ghani Bin Othmman
    Post : Chief Minister of Johore
    Passport No. : D 615791 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : D 1471-3134-22 F
    Amount : S $ 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/04/97
    Date of Maturity : 03/04/99

    51. 26. Name : Mr. Ramli Bin Ngah Talib
    Post : Chief Minister of Perak
    Passport No. : D 774511 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : AB 7193-4111-331 (A)
    Amount : S $ 6,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 20/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 20/12/98

    52. 27. Name : Mr. Abu Zahar Bin Isnin
    Post : Chief Minister of Malacca
    Passport No. : R 515341 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency
    3 years
    Account No : FA 9132-3156-212 E
    Amount : USD 2,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/04/96
    Date of Maturity : 11/04/99

    53. 28. Name : Mr. Abu Hassan Bin Omar
    Post : Chief Minister of Selangor
    Passport No. : D 493718 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 819-5512-71 D
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/05/99

    54. Name : Mr. Abu Hassan Bin Omar
    Post : Chief Minister of Selangor
    Passport No. : D 493718 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 819-5512-71 D
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/05/99

    SENIOR PERSONNEL AROUND MAHATHIR

    55. 1. Name : Mr. Abdul Aziz Bin Ismail
    Post : Chief Private Secretary of PM
    Passport No. : R 814239 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : GM 5210-6125-8862- 49 DG
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/04/96
    Date of Maturity : 10/04/99

    56. 2. Name : Mr. Abdul Aziz Bin Shamsuddin
    Post : Political Secretary 1 to PM
    Passport No. : R 722217 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : HD 4179-2416-3829- 31AD
    Amount : USD 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/12/98

    57. 3. Name : Mr. Mohammad Noordin Bin Bachik
    Post : Private Secretary to PM
    Passport No. : E 691432 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : SD 3912-4942-6918- 72 DA
    Amount : S $ 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/98

    MY DEAR FELLOW MALAYSIANS THE ABOVE ARE ONLY THOSE THAT WE KNOW OF?.HOW ABOUT THOSE THAT WE DO NOT KNOW OF?????? THINK & JUDGE FOR YOURSELF AND YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN DECIDE WHOM YOU WANT AS THE FUTURE GOVERNMENT !!!!!!

  62. Khairy Kemulutin says:

    Dr. M, How?

    Your are now old and yet not senile but very cunt ning.

    You make Malaysians, the Raayat in turmoil.

    You never help any other Raayat beside those who are linked with you /UMNO

    You are in the same league as Samy who wears a wig.

    You are no good!

    When are you going back to your tempat asal?

  63. rakyat says:

    Aiya (my goodness), why keep the rakyat in suspense. This is like a “strip tease” drama (take out piece by piece), so when are we going to see the real stuff and how long to wait. Aiyo, all you judges or those “victims of Mahathir and Govmen”, please-lah, all come out at once and not one by one to once and for all confess and reveal the torture and suffering all of you had gone thru. Now is your chance lah to spill the worms in the can. What did Bar Council been doing all this while. You mean you people knew all these dirty business but “takut” (fear) of WHO? You lawyers always ask others to “tell the truth nothing but the truth” but are you bar council people not tell the truth. Hypocrite or what or fear of being put to jail by Mahatir and his jungle law? All you righteous judges now must come forward and have guts to tell and reveal the truth and get them out of your chests and the guilty ones no matter who they are must be brought to justice. If lawyers or judge dont preach justice then who can. Once again please, we rakyat got no time to chase one story after one story (now fuel hike got to have more than 1 job). Now Judge Ian Chin has spearhead the truth so all those affected judges please follow suit and quickly bring those guilty to court and close chapter so we rakyat can have confidence in the judiciary and can move on in life. Bring them out. Just talk only no action, so far.All drama only. Altantuya case, Lingam case etc drag drag drag forget forget forget…scot free at last!Back to square one.Dont waste our rakyat time and energy and all the anger and frustrations.Cukup (Enough). Do or die.

  64. . says:

    Plaudits to “Shocking Asia New ” for the revelation. Is the liknk “Shocking Asia News”?

  65. Ctizen Me says:

    Dear Shocking Asian News,
    Keep up the good work. The crime is that some of the accounts are in The National Bank of Israeil. Profits from these deposits have used to prevent the creation of the State of Plalestine and inflict pain on its people.

  66. Kapitan says:

    Your Honourable JUdge Ian Chin, Seems you are the only “angle” come lately eh? What about the whole bunch who were at the Boot Camp??? The rest converted by the devil? And how many biased judgements passed then till now?????

  67. Kapitan says:

    sorry typo error –should be “angel” come lately

  68. bungkak says:

    Is this the reason Malaysians are banned from entering Israel ? A Muslim leader undermining his own religion ? Tuduhan apa yang patut berlaku atas BN leaders ?

    Our beloved King, please do something if these allegations are true. Law and Order is in YOUR hands. Millitary is in your hands.

  69. bungkak says:

    Zaid not keen on commission to probe latest judiciary abuse charges
    Posted by Super Admin
    Wednesday, 11 June 2008
    Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Zaid Ibrahim is not keen to have an investigation, enquiry or commission to probe the latest allegation that judges were pressured into making pro-government decisions, failing which they were threatened with dismissal.

  70. Kenny Gan says:

    Feroz Merican Says:
    June 11, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    “Well then, you are a traitor or a fool, and I suggest you emigrate there (Australia) and see what it is like to be a second class citizen.”

    Fool, what are you talking about? In Australia everybody is equal under the law. Only in Malaysia do I see second class citizens and this is institutionalized under the law.

    I have a brother and a cousin who are PR in Australia. Never have I heard them complain of being treated differently by any government policy based on ethnicity.

    When times get tough, you would expect Australian employers to sack Asians first and retain jobs for their own race. This is not allowed under the law and employers can be hauled up to court if they practice this.

    But what do we have in Malaysia? Bumi quota this, bumi quota that. 5% discount for buying houses. Education institutions like Mara open only to one race. 90% of matriculation places reserved for bumi. Govt. investment funds open only for bumi. APs and many other licenses only for bumi. I could go on and on but you’ll be bored. Tell me are all citizens equal here?

    Think before you speak. Or keep quiet and instead of shooting off your mouth to confirm you’re a fool.

  71. alia says:

    It’s interesting to study about this issue and reading most of the comments posted here. The moments I read about this story in Borneo post yesterday, automatically I knew…all this issues were brought up mainly for other hidden political agenda. If we looking forward there are so many other issues that need to be tackled… such as economic issues, prices of oils, food, medical, transportation etc (the basic necessities). Huh… so fed up. Just a fact of life… according to Maslow hierarchy when ppl attain power….according to Maslow hierarchy of need… ppl would act in a certain way…. Think about it..

  72. bungkak says:

    RUKUNEGARA
    Our nation, Malaysia, being dedicated :

    * to achieving a greater unity of all her peoples;
    * to maintaining a democratic way of life;
    * to creating a just society in which the wealth of the nation shall be equitably shared;
    * to ensuring a liberal approach to her rich and diverse cultural traditions;
    * to building a progressive society which shall be oriented to modern science and technology;

    We, her peoples, pledge our united efforts to attain these ends guided by these principles:

    * BELIEVE IN GOD
    * LOYALTY TO KING AND COUNTRY
    * UPHOLDING THE CONSTITUTION
    * RULE OF LAW
    * GOOD BEHAVIOUR AND MORALITY

  73. bungkak says:

    Was Marina Mahathir playing out the drama as the ‘villian’ in Mahathir’s play. Bolehland adalah pentas dan ………. adalah pelakon ……..
    Just curious……….

  74. Raymond says:

    * BELIEVE IN GOD – bungkak

    Atheist how? Religion is a crutch.

  75. Raymond says:

    Think before you speak. Or keep quiet and instead of shooting off your mouth to confirm you’re a fool. – Kenny Gan

    What to do. Many want to confirm they are fools. In malaysia there is no shortage of fools. BN got 50% of votes, so 50% of population are fools.

  76. Joe Fernandez says:

    The Tun Salleh Saga – an open reply to Dr Mahathir

    thegazerofnavels.blogspot.com/2008/06/tun-salleh-saga-open-reply-to-dr.html

  77. bungkak says:

    Re: KEKAYAAN MAMAK DAN KRONI (Score: 1)
    by fisabilillah on Wednesday, June 04 @ 11:52:08 MYT
    (User Info | Send a Message)
    Ya Allah ! Kalau SD42 million convert to RM jadi RM 105 million.
    Kalau buat Fixed Deposit 1 year 3%. Interest utk 1 tahun lebih kurang RM 3,000,000.00 million. RM 3 juta tu bahagi 12 bulan, bahagi 30 hari…….

    Dapat RM 8333.33. Jadi sehari depa boleh belanja RM8000.00. Yang aku nie sehari RM 9.00 belanja pegi keja, RM5 duit makan nasi bungkus kat office lebih RM4 duit tuang minyak motor. Kesiannya aku !!!!!

    * Re: KEKAYAAN MAMAK DAN KRONI by emankcin on Wednesday, June 04 @ 14:47:20 MYT

  78. bungkak says:

    ‘Rakyat membilang butiran beras, pemimpin hadiri jamuan negara’ – Mufti Perlis
    Azamin Amin
    Wed | Jun 11, 08 | 12:59:37 pm MYT

    KUALA LUMPUR, 11 Jun (Hrkh) – ‘Apakah wajar di kala ini keraian untuk orang-orang besar sama ada sultan atau menteri begitu mewah? Makanan yang dihidangkan untuk mereka, harga satu meja kadang-kala boleh dimakan oleh ratusan rakyat bawahan. Karpet yang dipijak oleh mereka harganya ribuan bungkusan nasi yang dimakan oleh ‘orang biasa’.

  79. Francis T. Rozario says:

    Because Badawi cannot do it (he thinks it is a waste of time, like Zaid) Mahathir can only go to prison after September 16 when Pakatan forms a new Govt.
    In the meanwhile let`s watch some movies and listen to the Pakatan Theme Music:
    Come September (Part One)

    After Mahathir goes to prison he will seek pardon and the new Govt. will agree to his pardon because of his medical condition on grounds he has contracted cancer.

  80. Francis T. Rozario says:

    The man who never alters his opinion is like standing water, and breeds reptiles of the mind.
    — William Blake

  81. Amir says:

    For those of you who didn’t know, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is my uncle. Technically. Tun Razak and my grandfather were cousins. So that makes Najib my uncle, twice removed or something.

    I am the future. The Man of Tomorrow. Take a long good look, Malaysia. Take a long good look.
    http://amirhafizi.blogspot.com/2008/06/man-from-uncle.html

  82. wits0 says:

    According to MI,

    “..Zaid nevertheless rejected lawyers’ calls for an investigation into High Court judge Ian Chin’s claim that Mahathir made a “thinly veiled threat” to judges who attended a conference in 1997 that they could be removed “if any judgment is to his dislike”.

    “That is a bad reflection on our country and our judicial system, but we have to move on,” the minister said…”

    IOW, he places IMAGE above transparency and justice. Why are we not surprised?

  83. clearwater says:

    Mahathir will only reply to judge Chin’s disclosure at a later date. Why later? So he can concoct a suitable reply? So he can apply pressure here and there? Mahathir has never been lost for words; if wrongly accused , he would have come out swinging with all kinds of counter accusations. Reticent he is not, tardy he is neither, so why the absence of an immediate denial if the disclosure is baseless?

  84. Liberty.USA says:

    I am an artist. Take a good look at your former PM Mahatir and draw a comic out of it, you would notice that he looked more like a Witch came out from Snow White fairy tale. 22 yrs ruled under a Witch, which showed that most people of that country were either weak or stupid. You dont have much brain people in your country, i guess.

  85. siti says:

    Amir, who cares whether so & so is your uncle or father. What we want is someone like Obama to run the country. Their background arent important to us.

  86. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    Obambi Obambi Obambi who are you,
    Malaysia got Dumbo Big Ears,
    Why was Snow White arrested at DisneyLand?
    Because she was caught sitting on Pinnochio’s face saying, “Lie Basta….Lie!”

  87. xy says:

    “that most people of that country were either weak or stupid….”

    Liberty.USA,

    notes taken. pls stop exporting your “holier than thou” all over the world.
    start from home.

  88. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    Why don’t UMNO chickens wear underwear?

    Because their peckers are on their faces

  89. siti says:

    bodowi cannot do it because he is lazy old man. Slow motion and half asleep most of the time, he rather spend his time appreciates nature plants with Jeanne and grandchildren in the botanic garden. Let malaysian take the matter into their own hand after all it is our nation not him alone. It is not up to him to decide and say No need for royal commission on this case.

  90. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    Two Puteri UMNO go to The Ship to have dinner.
    They notice Rocky Mountain Oysters on the menu and wondered what that was.

    They ask the waiter who replies “Oh Sistah, those are nuts.”

    She answers “Do you mean like the kind you crack with a rock?”

    “No. The kind you rock on a crack.”

  91. wits0 says:

    Why can’t Obama simply reveal his birth certificate? Also a man is known by the company he keeps. And Obama keeps dubious company.

  92. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    In Obama’s America, television watches YOU!

  93. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    Remember the time when Johor had floods and 17 people died.
    Badawi was pigging out on Nasi Kandar in Perth.

  94. siti says:

    oh,really? thats was sad news. Didn’t know that. I studied in Curtin, Perth, met him and shaked his hand and was kinda of proud that our PM was there to meet us malaysian students. Now, it made me guilty. My condolence to those families if it isnt too late to convey that.

  95. SofiabintiArowana says:

    “No Royal Commission For Now” -PM AAB

    “Another Royal Commission will be a waste of public fund” -de facto law Minister Zahid

    Given the situation, the axis of evils, namely the infamous six implicated in the “Linggamgate” scandal has not been legally charged. If the ACA is the investigative body for the job, has ACA failed this tasked long ago to rpocure high-standard of proof that substantiate a course-of -actions against the 6 (an probably others)?

    If Linggam can play a fool with the invention of the most negating quote of the century “It looks like me, sounds like me, but I can only say IT IS ME IF MY APPOINTED TECHNICAL VISUAL & AUDIO SPECIALIST SAYS IT IS 100% ME) and the selective memory Mahathir Mohamad’s “I can’t remember”, to obstruct justice, what can the ACA and Police do? One could expect after the re-investigation of ACA/Police, the infamous six will be “clean–up”.

    My point:-

    *ACA/Police are still incapable although some interrogators are trained
    officers but to indict these “Magnificent 6” esp. V.K. Linggam, it will only take the skills of RCI member like Mahadev Shanker, or to the likes of Karpal Singh in law-court to successfully indict them to pursue the upperhand (findings of the RCI had founded the 6 to be guilty) to estable a prima facie on each and everyone of them for appropriate misconducts and power-abuse.

    The only burden of conscience for AAB is to “finish off” what he started with the successful indictments based on the “Haidar RCI” findings, only then he could beyond a shadow of a doubt mired himself in public’s eyes of
    being a “sleepy horde”.

    Why to start another 100 Royal Commission when there is no actions pursuant to the findings?

  96. Allan says:

    Tun Mahathir’s Oil Price Analysis
    http://www.kulitpisang.com

    The price of crude oil has increased by 400 percent in the last three years. It follows that the price of products must increase, sooner or later. In other countries petrol prices had already increased. In the United Kingdom one litre of petrol sells for more than one pound sterling or RM7. In the United States it is about RM5.

    That the price in neighbouring countries has gone up is shown by the rush to fill up by Thai and to a lesser extent Singapore vehicles.
    The Government has now announced an increase in petrol price by 78 sen to RM2.70 per litre, an increase of more than 40 per cent.

    I may be mistaken but there seems to be less vehicles on the road today. But obviously that is not all that will happen. All other consumer goods, services and luxury goods would increase in price.

    The cost of living must go up. Put another way there will be inflation and the standard of living will go down.

    Obviously our increase in petrol price is far less than in the United Kingdom or the United States. But our per capita income is about one-third of theirs. In purchasing power terms our increase is more than in the UK or the US.

    The increase hurts but the pain is greater not just because of the increase percentage-wise is higher than in developed countries but because of the manner the increase is made.

    A few days ago the Government decided to ban sale of petrol to foreign cars. It flipped. Now foreign cars can buy again. Flopped.

    Knowing that in a few days it was going to raise the price and foreigners would be allowed to buy, why cannot the Government just wait instead of banning and unbanning.

    But be that as it may what could the Government have done to lessen the burden on the people that results from the increase in petrol price.

    In the first place the Government should not have floated the Ringgit. A floating rate creates uncertainties and we cannot gain anything from the strengthened Ringgit. Certainly the people have not experienced any increase in their purchasing power because of the appreciation in the exchange rate between the US Dollar and the Ringgit.

    Actually the Ringgit has increased by about 80 sen (from RM3.80 to RM3.08 to 1 US Dollar) per US Dollar, i.e. by more than 20 per cent. Had the Government retained the fixed rate system and increased the value of the Ringgit, say 10 per cent at a time, the cost of imports, in Ringgit terms can be monitored and reduced by 10 per cent. At 20 per cent appreciation the cost of imports should decrease by 20 per cent. But we know the prices of imported goods or services have not decreased at all. This means we are paying 20 per cent higher for our imports including the raw material and components for our industries. Since oil prices are fixed in US Dollar, the increase in US Dollar prices of oil should also be mitigated by 20 per cent in Malaysian Ringgit.

    But the Government wants to please the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank and decided to float the Ringgit. As a result the strengthening of the Ringgit merely increased our cost of exports without giving our people the benefit of lower cost of imports.

    This is not wisdom after the event. I had actually told a Government Minister not to float the Ringgit three years ago. But of course I am not an expert, certainly I know little about the international financial regimes.

    I believe the people expect the increase of petrol price. But what they are angry about is the quantum and the suddenness. The Prime Minister was hinting at August but suddenly it came two months earlier, just after the ban on sale of petrol to foreigners.

    If the increase had been more gradual, the people would not feel it so much. But of course this means that the Government would have to subsidise, though to a decreasing extent.

    Can the Government subsidise? I am the “adviser” to Petronas but I know very little about it beyond what is published in its accounts. What I do know may not be very accurate but should be sufficient for me to draw certain conclusions.

    Roughly Malaysia produces 650,000 barrels of crude per day. We consume 400,000 barrels leaving 250,000 barrels to be exported.

    Three years ago the selling price of crude was about USD30 per barrel. Today it is USD130 – an increase of USD100. There is hardly any increase in the production cost so that the extra USD100 can be considered as pure profit.

    Our 250,000 barrels of export should earn us 250,000 x 100 x 365 x 3 = RM27,375,000,000 (twenty seven billion Ringgit).

    But Petronas made a profit of well over RM70 billion, all of which belong to the Government.

    By all accounts the Government is flushed with money.

    But besides petrol the prices of palm oil, rubber and tin have also increased by about 400 per cent. Plantation companies and banks now earn as much as RM3 billion in profits each. Taxes paid by them must have also increased greatly.

    I feel sure that maintaining the subsidy and gradually decreasing it would not hurt the Government finances.

    In the medium term ways and means must be found to reduce wasteful consumption and increase income. We may not be able to fix the minimum wage at a high level but certainly we can improve the minimum wage.

    Actually our wages are high compared to some of our neighbours. The investors who come here are attracted not by cheap labour but by other factors, among which is the attitude of the Government towards the business community and the investors in particular.

    From what I hear business friendliness is wanting in the present Government – so much so that even Malaysians are investing in other countries. There are rumblings about political affiliations influencing decisions. Generally Government politicians are said to be arrogant.

    Malaysia is short of manpower. The labour intensive industries are not benefiting Malaysians. Foreign workers are remitting huge sums of money home.

    The industrial policy must change so that high tech is promoted in order to give Malaysians higher wages to cope with rising costs of living.

    The world is facing economic turmoil due to the depreciation of the US Dollar, the sub-prime loan crisis, rising oil and raw material prices, food shortages and the continued activities of the greedy hedge funds. The possibility of a US recession is real. In a way the US is already in recession. The world economy will be dragged down by it.

    Malaysia will be affected by all these problems. I wonder whether the Government is prepared for this.

    We cannot avoid all the negative effects but there must be ways to mitigate against them and to lessen the burden that must be borne by all Malaysians. I am sure the Government will not just pass all these problems to the people as the review of oil prices every month seem to suggest.

  97. elsiy says:

    The Star made a comparison of prices in Thailand , Singapore and Indonesia .
    For Thailand it is quoted at RM3.90/liter, however are they aware that in Thailand new cars are cheaper than Malaysia by RM10,000? They pay only one life time for their driving license? No renewal fee after that? Also that goes for road tax as well? And do TheStar also aware that you can drive all the way from Hadtyai to Bangkok on a six lane highway without paying any Tolls ??!!

    Whereas here in Malaysia you have to pay yearly renewal for road tax , driving license and TOLLS, TOLLS, TOLLS!!!

    For Singapore how can you quote RM 5.20 ? Please quote in Singapore Dollars because they are earning in Sing Dollars. You might as well say Europeans are paying RM10/liter. RM5.20/liter = Sing $ 2.20/liter, still cheaper than Malaysia in view of fact that Singapore is not a crude oil exporter. Are you saying that you fill up petrol in Singapore by paying Ringgit?

    In economy, dollar to dollar must be compared as apple to apple. Not comparing like durian in M’sia is much cheaper than durian in Japan !! Of course-lah, Japan is not durian producer!!! Comparing Malaysian durian with Thailand durian make more sense!!

  98. bungkak says:

    Only way to wake up these fools to reality is to write a best-seller book on the corruptions swept under the carpet. All for a reason, to avoid the domino effect and to safe-guard their nests of ill-gotten money. A fiction writer’s approach cannot go wrong as Malaysians will get the message loud and clear as who the characters are. After BN becomes history a film-maker may produce a movie based on the book.

  99. Harrison says:

    We are talking about judicial issues here, dear “Allen”.😀

    Better call for another “Royal Commission of Inquiry”. I love paying taxes.

  100. elsiy says:

    Ni dia harga minyak petrol kalau beli kat spot market kat Singapore last week… hanyalah RM2.78.
    Apa yg gomen Malaysia kata depa subsidi banyak berbillion tu? The price Malaysians bayar sekarang ni hampir sama kalau depa beli dari sport market Singapore ….
    Kalau Malaysia import 100% petrol from Singapore pun, that will be the price. Reason mengapa minyak mahal kat Malaysia pasal gomen dah charge very high tax in the fuel price itself. Subsidi yang gomen cakap selama ni sebenarnyer ialah loss of tax revenues from the sales of the fuel. Memang takda cash outflow pun.

    Yet goverment said that price of the fuel should be RM3-RM4 per liter…hmm

  101. elsiy says:

    Badawi yang dilantik Mahathir itu pun kaki tipu.

  102. La Cha Mau says:

    Susan, you are one hell of a damed biased and prejudiced person. Please try to fathom all sides of the story first before you condemn. If you believe this Borneo judge then you will also believe Jesus wears a dhoti and bathes in the River Ganges. Also read Lawyer Matthias Chang’s take on this recalcitrant judge’s outburst in Hard-T’s blog. Frankly, none of them are reliable and can be trusted for anything. The only thing I believe in is that Christianity was founded by Siddharta Gautama Buddha, no?

  103. elsiy says:

    Oh jadi Buddhist olih Fu Man Chu yang panjang misai itu.

  104. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    A lady approaches a priest and tells him, “Father, l have a problem. I have these two talking female parrots, but they only know how to say one thing.”

    “What do they say?” the priest inquired.

    “They only know how to say, ‘Hi, we are prostitutes. Do you want to have some fun?”

    “That’s terrible!” the priest exclaimed, “but l have a solution to your problem. Bring your two female parrots over to my house and l will put them in with my two male parrots who l taught to pray and read the bible. My parrots will teach your parrots to stop saying that terrible phrase and your female parrots will learn to worship.”

    “Thank you!” the woman responded. So the next day, the lady brings her female parrots to the priest’s house. The priest’s two parrots are holding rosary beads and praying in their cage.

    The lady puts her female parrots in with the male parrots and the female parrots say, “Hi, we are prostitutes. Do you want to have some fun?”

    One male parrot looks over at the other male parrot and exclaims, “Put the bibles away. Our prayers have been answered!”

  105. xy says:

    lets not drag religion into this discussion. All religions are good by their founders and should be respected.

  106. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    A priest is walking by a house and sees, sitting in the front steps, a young boy shaking a bottle of some clear liquid.

    He asks the boy what he was doing. The boy responded, “This here, Father, is turpentine, the most powerfull liquid in the world”.

    The priest responds, “You are wrong, Holy Water is the most powerful liquid in the world. You rub a few drops of Holy Water on a pregnant womans belly and she’ll pass a boy”.

    The boy responded, “That ain’t nothing father. You rub a few drops of this in a cat’s ass and he’ll pass a motorcycle!”

  107. Sofiajualsabundikakilima says:

    The issue here is about Judges, not creed or false religions that one professes and for those who says they enjoys paying taxes , if that is not an insinuations, I think their “screws” must be a bit loose.

    “Be Righteous and stop pretending to be religious”

  108. David says:

    From Judges to Mahathir, from Mahathir to Badawi, from Badawi to Najib, from Najib to christianity, and from christianity to Buddhism.
    This blog is making me nuts!
    Guess I better switch to LKS blog.

  109. hitamputih says:

    It is good for you to go, nuts David. I guess you are a nut now.

  110. WAAT-A-LAAF says:

    A psychopath escaped from prison. He ran into a launderette, raped two women and made good his escape. Next day`s headline was:
    “Nut Screws Washers and Bolts”

  111. Lallang exile says:

    La Cha Mau,

    Re: Your post: June 12, 2008 at 11:45 am

    Now who is Mathias Chang? Don’t we all know?

    Now, what has Ian Chin to gain from finally speaking out what he kept in his heart all these years?

    Now, how is Susan bias? Is posting a court story reported by all the main press in teh country bias?

    Now, who are you reallyt????

  112. Lallang exile says:

    La Cha Mau,

    Now, why are you expressing the obvious???

  113. wits0 says:

    David : “Guess I better switch to LKS blog.”

    LKS is even less intuitive in his understanding about his commentators. For one thing, he hasn’t the time. One particularly obnoxious and insidious sneerer claimed that Susan’s blog contained pornography too!

  114. hutchrun says:

    One particularly obnoxious and insidious sneerer claimed that Susan’s blog contained pornography too! – wits0

    Yeah I remember reading that one. Probably the nut was forced to bolt, so shoots arrows from afar. Ineffective dolt bolt.

  115. wits0 says:

    LKS didn’t know that that one was using his blog as a means of deriding other commentators and discouraging them from rightfully giving their two sen freely. That’s why I say LKS’ blog is undiscerning.

  116. bungkak says:

    Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi’s 2004 Election Promise to Malaysian Votershttp://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r299/malaysianunplug/promise2004.jpg

  117. siti says:

    Waatalaaf, You certainly are a Big Bore!!! Set up your own blog, will you?

  118. hutchrun says:

    I kinda like waat-a-laf`s jokes🙂 hope he will post more. Blighter`s got timing like.

    This is by lawyer`s rights watch:

    Prime Minister Mahathir will no doubt be unhappy with how prosecution unfolded. In a statement reported to have been made in February during an interview in London, England, he noted that he sometimes “cracks jokes” about lawyers, including paraphrasing Shakespeare’s famous line, “the first thing we do, we hang all the lawyers.” He noted that, of course, he is not against all lawyers, just against some like Karpal Singh.

    “But there are some lawyers who of course go all out and say things which are nasty. Then I would like very much to hang the lawyers, these particular lawyers. But of course, this is just a wish.”

    http://www.lrwc.org/pub2.php?sid=4

    Lawyer Marina Yusoff has made mention in the past of the assistance `irrelevant` Augustine Paul gave Mahathir in Anwar`s case.
    In return statutory rape charges against Paul`s son were dropped, and his son was whisked away to Australia.
    Perhaps after Pakatan takes over circa Sept. 16, they`ll have a look at that too and not show any mercy despite Augustine`s visits to the Cardia Ward of UM.

  119. hutchrun says:

    yapchongyee said…

    It is understandable that I will not pursue my charge in Malaysia seeing that Judges do not even have to give formal judgment for their decisions. There is no rule of law in Malaysia. Malaysia is lawless and I will be htrown into prison as soon as I appear in Malaysia, NOT BECAUSE I DO NOT HAVE A CASE AGAINST JUDGE ZAINON BINTI MOHD. ALI BUT BECAUSE YOUR JUDGES DO NOT KNOW THE LAW AND THEY ARE UNETHICAL AND HAVE NO SENSE OF DUTY TO THIER JOB.

    I have on too many occasions charged Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to come to our court in Perth, Australia to extradite me for libel or sedition. I have publicly humiliated Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to her face and she has no credibility to come pursue me in a court of law where the law is properly enforced.

    http://cruzinthots.blogspot.com/2008/04/bloggers-response-to-mathias-chang.html

  120. hutchrun says:

    yapchongyee said…

    It is understandable that I will not pursue my charge in Malaysia seeing that Judges do not even have to give formal judgment for their decisions. There is no rule of law in Malaysia. Malaysia is lawless and I will be htrown into prison as soon as I appear in Malaysia, NOT BECAUSE I DO NOT HAVE A CASE AGAINST JUDGE ZAINON BINTI MOHD. ALI BUT BECAUSE YOUR JUDGES DO NOT KNOW THE LAW AND THEY ARE UNETHICAL AND HAVE NO SENSE OF DUTY TO THIER JOB.

    I have on too many occasions charged Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to come to our court in Perth, Australia to extradite me for libel or sedition. I have publicly humiliated Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to her face and she has no credibility to come pursue me in a court of law where the law is properly enforced.

    cruzinthots.blogspot.com/2008/04/bloggers-response-to-mathias-chang.html

  121. hutchrun says:

    Lim Guan Eng current Penang Chief Minister, was sent to prison for his offence in `insulting the judiciary`.

    Matthias Chang is now calling for the sacking of a High Court judge. Will the AG dare take action now and initiate proceedings against Matthias Chang aka Mahathir`s machai?

    Friday, June 13, 2008
    Lawyer calls for sacking of High Court judge

    Friday the 13th press conference.

    Press conference (bloggers welcomed) on Justice Ian Chin’s allegations
    10 am Friday the 13th of June
    at 10th floor Plaza Permata
    Jalan Kampar, Kuala Lumpur

    http://rockybru.blogspot.com/2008/06/lawyer-calls-for-sacking-of-high-court.html

  122. hutchrun says:

    Lim Guan Eng current Penang Chief Minister, was sent to prison for his offence in `insulting the judiciary`.

    Matthias Chang is now calling for the sacking of a High Court judge. Will the AG dare take action now and initiate proceedings against Matthias Chang aka Mahathir`s machai?

    Friday, June 13, 2008
    Lawyer calls for sacking of High Court judge

    Friday the 13th press conference.

    Press conference (bloggers welcomed) on Justice Ian Chin’s allegations
    10 am Friday the 13th of June
    at 10th floor Plaza Permata
    Jalan Kampar, Kuala Lumpur

    rockybru.blogspot.com/2008/06/lawyer-calls-for-sacking-of-high-court.html

  123. TWOG says:

    A bit off topic, but hope you don’t mind…

    Hi all, how about going to this site and get your own gravatar and make this place more colourful…

    http://en.gravatar.com/site/login

  124. bungkak says:

    Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party Upset Over Judge’s Ruling Against Turbaned Muslims (Malaysia)
    Jul 14, 2006
    The China Post/AP
    On July 14, 2006 the Associated Press reported, “Malaysia’s opposition Islamic party on Friday accused a top judge of insulting Islam by ruling that a Muslim boy need not wear a turban _ as the Prophet Muhammad did _ to prove his faith. The Federal Court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by three Muslim boys who unsuccessfully sued the government after their state school expelled them for refusing to remove their turbans. Federal Court Judge Abdul Hamid Mohamed said in the ruling that it isn’t necessary for Muslims to do exactly as the Prophet Muhammad did… The Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party, or PAS, said Friday that Abdul Hamid should have been more restrained in his comments as he is not an Islamic expert. ‘We regret his ruling that wearing a turban is not a big thing in Islam, especially for young boys. Parts of what he said insult and belittle Islamic teachings,’ PAS youth chief Salahuddin Ayub told The Associated Press. ‘We want the Federal Court judgment to be reviewed. According to our religious teaching, wearing a turban is part of the Islamic way of life,’ he said, adding they would lodge a police report against the judge soon.”
    Read the full story
    http://www.pluralism.org/news/article.php?id=12965

  125. bungkak says:

    Justice Idid’s letter which condemned and implicated 12 judges by citing 112 serious allegations of corruption and malpractice;

    Can anybody provide the link which discusses the details of this implication of the 12 Judges ?

  126. bungkak says:

    MALAYSIA: Courts on Trial – Again
    By Baradan Kuppuswamy

    KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 8 (IPS) – The spotlight is once again on the Malaysian judiciary, which was previously accused of pandering to political masters.

    An article of the yesteryears on Judges:
    Full article – http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=33536

  127. […] But there are many, many others who believe Judges Ian Chin’s story, about veiled threats and boot camps for recalcitrant judges, that […]

  128. billauchris says:

    Judges who are on the take or who cannot rule justly or carry out their duty fairly have certainly shakened and weakened the foundation of our country’s democracy. They have certainly by their silly and stupid acts reduced our country in a real “MOCKRACY” and destroyed the trust and confidence of the Rakyat.

    I think their deeds might even wake up the soul of our Past Lord President Tun Suffian. Besides, they had disgraced HRH Sultan of Perak and all those who value and stand for justice.

    Nothing short of a Royal Commission can rid of the decayed ans stinking judiciary. It needs not only a change but a transformation.

    It now rests on the heavy shoulder of AAB. Has he got the guts to do so? If you claim to be a God-fearing man then you have to do what you have been entrusted by the Rakyat to do. Otherwise, you fail not only us but you may have to answer to God for your omission and negligence.

  129. bungkak says:

    Wednesday, September 26, 2007
    Steve Shim, Haidar , in the matter of MGG Pillai v Vincent Tan; Another instance where Haidar tried to “lock the door”.

    In the matter of MGG Pillai v Tan Sri Dato’ Vincent Tan Chee Yioun [2002] 2 MLJ 673 , the Federal Court was asked to set-aside its own judgment against Pillai for defamation of Tan, for ,amongst other reasons, apparent bias on the part of the then Chief Justice Eusoff Chin.

    Full story : http://malaysianjudges.blogspot.com/2007/09/steve-shim-haidar-in-matter-of-mgg_26.html

  130. bungkak says:

    Thursday, August 23, 2007
    Azmel Maamor of the Federal Court , Ayer Molek ,and VK Lingam

    The Ayer Molek Case:
    April 10, 1995: High Court Judge Datuk Azmel Maamor (now a Federal Court judge) ordered Ayer Molek Rubber Co Bhd to register and transfer 540,000 ordinary shares to Insas Bhd. Datuk V. Kanagalingam (also known as V.K. Lingam) appeared for Insas.
    http://malaysianjudges.blogspot.com/2007/08/azmel-maamor-of-federal-court-ayer.html

  131. bungkak says:

    A journalist formerly of THE SUN,Malaysia, probably best known for being sacked then sued for defamation by Berjaya Group’s Vincent Tan who is still seeking RM 22 million in damages.

  132. bungkak says:

    Thursday, January 17, 2008
    Mahathir’s choice of VK Lingam as lawyer: A case of being very stupid or very cunning?

    Mahathir was quoted in Utusan Malaysia explaining his choice of VK Lingam as his lawyer in the Anwar Ibrahim defamation matter:

    Wednesday, January 16, 2008
    The Mahathirs and VK Lingam go back a long way, contrary to Tun’s “I only got to know him recently”

    Wednesday, January 16, 2008
    The Mahathirs and VK Lingam go back a long way, contrary to Tun’s “I only got to know him recently”

    Bernama reported on 17 Jan 2008:

    Leong: Do you know V.K. Lingam?

    Dr Mahathir: I’ve heard about him in the newspapers involving several cases. I only got to know him recently when I engaged his services in a civil suit filed against me by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    However, in 1999 (9 years ago) , the same Bernama reported:
    KUALA LUMPUR, March 16 (Bernama) – Mirzan Mahathir, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s eldest son, has filed an affidavit-in-reply in connection with his RM150 million libel suit against printer Star Papyrus Printing Sdn Bhd.

    The affidavit-in-reply was filed by lawyer Datuk V. K. Lingam at the High Court Registrar’s Office at Wisma Denmark here yesterday.(Source:MIRZAN FILES AFFIDAVIT-IN-REPLY IN RM150 MILLION SUIT.
    16 March 1999,BERNAMA Malaysian National News Agency)

    On March 25, 1999, THE SUN, then still owned by Messrs Vincent Tan,VK Lingam et al reported:
    Businessman Mirzan Mahathir is suing three Chinese dailies for damages totalling RM750 million for alleged defamation in articles they published about his business activities.

    The suits are against China Press, Guang Ming Daily News, Sin Chew Jit Poh and Pemandangan Sinar Sdn Bhd which is the publisher and printer of Sin Chew and the printer for Guang Ming. In the suits filed by Messrs V.K. Lingam & Co in early February, Mirzan also sought injunctions to restrain all the defendants from further publishing the alleged defamatory words.
    (Source:Mirzan sues Chinese papers.
    By N.Puspa Malar ,25 March 1999
    The Sun)

    See also story concerning VK Lingam, Vincent Tan, Mokzhani Mahathir and this writer titled “Who Is More Important in Bolehland: Crony or Sibling?” by MGG Pillai at
    http://www.malaysia.net/lists/sangkancil/1999-03/msg00924.html

  133. billauchris says:

    Those who study law and politics will know that for a democracy to function well and ideally, the three arms namely the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary must be independent of each other. They must be separate, given the power and duties to carry their functions in accord with the spirit and tenets of the Constitution of the country.

    The Executive in yester-years had destroyed the Judiciary. I lost complete faith in our Judiciary when it removed ignominiously our past Lord President Tun Salleh Abas. The country was ruled then by a dictator in the person of Dr MM. The worms are now slowly crawling out from the cabinets and the souls of those who diied that justice might live have been shaken out of their sleep to haunt those responsible. Any untoward utterance(s) from judges that smeared or tended to smear the august arm of justice was(were) taken seriouly. I remember the case of High Court Judge Syed Idid who was forced into retirement for a grievance that he raised. Why should he left in the limbo and not be compensated like those five apex court judges? My hunch until now tells me that Syed Idid did not commit so serious a misconduct that he should be asked to leave the Judiciary. If his case ever was allowed to be arbitrated in the Industrial Court, he would have won hands down. So Zaid Ibrahim, if you are on the side of justice, then please do something for Syed Idid, who I am sure, has been suffering ever since the day he was retired off.

    It is a shameful revelation by Ian Chin that judges had to attend indoctrination courses at boot camps and were programmed and brainwashed with fear to side the ruling government’s policies, programmes and actions. I can now understand why certain cases that reached the apex court were either dismissed or judged in favour of the Government even though the facts os such cases were so blatantly clear to have contravened the Constitution of the country.

    Where are your balls judges, (forgive me for using such a colloquial word)? If your moral courage has diminished and you are acting under intimidation, then you can’t be effective. You may as well resign to preserve the sanctity and dignity of the Jiudiciary. A Judge to be effective must act without fear or favour.

    The Rakyat have to be blamed for allowing the situation to persist for so long a time. Despite what Dr MM did, we continued to return him at the turn of each general election. Perhaps majority of those in BN were blinded by the tempting loots before them.

    MCA, MIC, Gerakan and other component parties – you have sold wholesale the people you purport to serve and who have entrusted you with the opportunities to serve; but you have spurned them all to the disappointment of the Rakyat. If you fellas have any pride and dignity at all, you must now resign and help restore law and order in the country for a better tomorrow for our children and children’s children. You are now helpless and have been led along the long and dark garden path for the past 50 years. At this point, a scene during the 50th Merdeka Celebaration at Putrajaya came into my mind where Ong Ka Ting and Sami Vellu stood beside and behind popping theri heads here and there for the TV Camera while AAB was addressing the nation. Imagine, both these two stooges were not even given a chance to speak to their respective races after 50 years! The absence of respect of AAB for both of you was most conspicuous and it was indeed an effrontery for the other races to be treated as such.

    The country has gone to the dogs. It is being ruined by unscrupulous people who care more for their pockets than the welfare of the people. So our only hope is to install PR to be the ruling govenrnent soonest before the UMNO buccaneers robbed and impverished the nation further. We have oil until 2014. For heaven sake, let the people enjoy their national resources cheaply like in all those oil producing countries.

    When Dr MM came out with his brand of economics called The Infamous Mahathirnomics to work toward and attain ZERO inflation in the coiuntry, some fools and lackeys of his immediately burned the midnight oil to come out a workjing paper to show and prove that it was possible. Why can’t you now use his economics to lower petrol price below RM1/- per litre. At RM1/- we can pride that our price is the highest among the oil producing country! If you want pride and praise, then use this argument.

    At last Khiary is convinced of the need to make Petronas unveil its financial reports to the nation at the next Parliament session. Bravo! We must work towards achieving RM1/- per Litre. We can do it. If not let us go on using the consumers’ weapon and that is to boycott Petronas petrol, diesel and oil products. This will be the most effectiive way to make them see our logic to achieve our objective.

  134. bungkak says:

    The cause of Mahathir’s anger:
    The High Court today held that United Nations Special Rapporteur Param Cumaraswamy of Malaysia is entitled to immunity from all legal processes with regards to words spoken or acts done during the course of his mission as a U.N. agent…With respect to costs, Nathan said the parties ought to bear their own costs as Param had not acted impartially regarding the statements made in International Commercial Litigation. Param’s interview with the magazine entitled “Malaysian Justice on Trial” is the source of the defamation suits filed against him.

    Param is facing another three defamation suits filed by MBF Capital and MBF Northern Securities, lawyer V. K. Lingam and business tycoon Vincent Tan’s Berjaya Industrial and Berjaya Corp. (Cayman) based on the interview given.

    (http://www.hrsolidarity.net/mainfile.php/2000vol10no08/652/)

    It appears that Mahathir was taking all this personally for reasons perhaps best described by VK Lingam:

    . But never-mind, I will do this, I will get Tengku Adnan to arrange for PM to call you and Tan Sri Vincent Tan for PM to call you. And you know why, actually, I am very grateful with Tan Sri Vincent Tan you know why, I brainwash you so much even I quarrel with him. One day I went to Vincent Tan house, I fire him at the night in his house. I said very hell if you don’t do this who will do it?
    All these people Tun Eusoff Chin, Datuk Ahmad Fairuz, Tan Sri Zainon all fought for that. Then he called Tengku Adnan. Tengku Adnan he said, saya bukan Perdana Menteri Malaysia lah, you know. If the old man doesn’t want to listen to me, go to hell.

    He quarreled with me. I said nevermind, nevermind, you talk to PM again tomorrow morning to put Datuk Ahmad Fairuz to CJM. So next day morning he went and he called me back 9.30 that he said PM has already agreed. So I said nevermind, we hope for the best. So I said no harm trying, the worst that it can happen is that you lose. Being the old man, he is 76 years old, he gets whispers everywhere, and then you don’t whisper, he get taken away by the other side. But, now PM is very alert because every time he gets letters from Tan Sri Zaidin, he called Tengku Adnan, he said discuss with Vincent, come and discuss.
    We want to make sure our friends are there for the sake of the PM and the sake of the country.

  135. comedytime says:

  136. hiroshima says:

    malaysia ia going down the drain. Malays are bred to become babies, and when they don’t get what the want , they blame everyone else, xcept themselves. And who is their Father? MAMAKTHIR!!!!!! Our Great Leader!!!!!!!. And He’s not even Malay. Pathetic

  137. naga says:

    Mahathir is a indian muslim who was head of umno for 22 yrs. What a laff, Malays need an indian muslim to teach them how to be better malays!!!!! Lol. Not only that , he’s a racist. Just imagine Obama of usa being the chief of the Ku Klux Klan.

  138. comedytime says:

    Dr M wanted to rule like ‘dictator’, says ex-judge

  139. […] Minyak…The Haunting Begins Also Read MalaysiaToday.Net/SinChew – WE NEED A TRUSTWORTHY GOVT SusanLoone – ‘Recalcitrant’ judges in boot camps. Also Read MalaysiaToday.Net/ Asia Times Online – FUEL ON MALAYSIA’S POLITICAL FIRE […]

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