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Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:29 AM PDT
Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim melahirkan sukacita beliau akan pujian yang diterima kerajaan negeri dalam Laporan Ketua Audit Negara di Parlimen semalam.
Laporan Ketua Audit Negara meletakkan tahap pengurusan kerajaan negeri Selangor di bawah Pakatan Rakyat adalah pada tahap yang amat memuaskan.
Mengulas laporan ini, Khalid berkata Pakatan Rakyat meletakkan prinsip ketelusan, integriti dan ketanggungjawaban sebagai pemandu urustadbir kerajaan.
Beliau bagaimanapun berkata kerajaan negeri akan terus menambahbaik pengurusan di negeri ini.
"Kita merasakan laporan yang dibuat oleh Audit Negara telah memberikan kita keputusan yang sangat memuaskan ,walaupun empat star maknanya telah dapat menunjukkan bahawa pengurusan kewangan negeri dapat di uruskan dengan baik dan teratur walaubagaimanapun terdapat beberapa perkara biasa dalam pengurusan kewangan yang boleh ditegur oleh pihak audit negara ini telah kita ada jawapan dan usaha penyelesaian,"katanya.
Tambahnya ketika ini, kerajaan negeri juga telah menyiapkan memorandum mengenai Laporan Ketua Audit Negara yang akan dibentangkan pada sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) pada 13 hingga 17 November ini.
Sementara itu, Abdul Khalid Ibrahim turut menyentuh kelemahan perlaksanaan Sistem Perakaunan Berkomputer Standard Kerajaan Negeri (Speks) seperti yang dilaporkan dalam Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2008.
Katanya, proses penggunaan Speks itu juga didapati masih lagi belum mendapatkan kelulusan daripada Jabatan Audit Negara dan Kementerian Kewangan untuk dilaksanakan selain peralihan sistem perakaunan secara manual kepada berkomputer ketika ini masih belum berkuatkuasa secara total.
"Sistem-sistem komputer itu menunjukkan kelemahan audit negara juga sebab dia tidak clear the system, sistem tu dia proses untuk mengggunakan sistem itu mendapat kelulusan penggunaan daripada pihak audit dan kementerian kewangan tapi proses itu masih lagi dalam perlaksanaan",katanya.
Beliau berkata demikian ketika diminta mengulas mengenai Laporan Ketua Audit Negara yang menyatakan pengurusan Speks Selangor menghadapi risiko keselamatan sistem operasi, aplikasi serta integriti data yang akan memberi kesan kepada ketepatan Penyata Kewangan Berkomputer yang dijana sistem Speks.
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:46 AM PDT
Mahkamah Inkues diberitahu ada 80 peratus kemungkinan Teoh Beng Hock dibunuh.
Pakar patologi, Dr Pornthip Rojanasunan mengumumkan kepada Koroner Azmil Muntapha Abbas bahawa penemuan ini dibuat berdasarkan kepada laporan bedah siasat dan gambar yang dikumpulkan dari tempat kejadian.
"Dari gambar post-mortem, saya dapati ada kesan lebam di bahagian kanan leher, yang kami (pakar patologi) panggil 'handle bruise', dan kecederaan ini selaras dengan kecederaan disebabkan cekekan," kata Dr Porntip .
Dr Pornthip adalah pengarah di Institut Pusat Sains Forensik Kementerian Keadilan Thailand.
Beliau adalah pakar dalam menyiasat kes-kes pembunuhan yang rumit, dan terbabit dalam operasi membedah siasat ribuan mangsa Tsunami 2006.
Beliau dilantik kerajaan negeri Selangor untuk membongkar misteri kematian mendiang.
Mengulas dengan lebih lanjut, Gobind berkata penemuan ini mengesahkan spekulasi yang berkisar sekitar misteri kematian mangsa.
"Saya juga dapati kecederaan tusukan di bahagian dubur yang boleh disebabkan perbuatan memasukkan objek dalam bahagian berkenaan. Saya tidak pernah melihat kecederaan seumpama itu dalam kes jatuh dari tempat tinggi," kata beliau, sambil menunjuk kepada gambar-gambar bedah siasat yang dipaparkan pada slaid.
"Satu lagi kecederaan yang saya temui ialah keretakan tempurung kepala, yang mungkin disebabkan oleh hentakan tumpul yang tepat kepada tempurung kepala sebelum jatuh," kata Dr Porntip, saksi ke-30 di inkues itu.
Pakar itu percaya ada kemungkinan Teoh tidak sedarkan diri sebelum ditemui di tingkat 14 Plaza Masalam.
"Beliau telah membuat rumusan bahawa Teoh Beng Hock jatuh berkemungkinan besar dalam keadaan tidak sedarkan diri dan ini membuatkan satu lagi tanda tanya dan sudah jelas dalam keadaan begitu mana mungkin beliau membunuh diri. Keterangan beliau juga cukup membawa satu kesan yang penting kepada pihak kami.Tujuan kami bawa saksi ini bertujuan membantu mahkamah dan kami harap mahkamah dapat memberi pertimbangan daripada keterangan beliau,"kata Gobind.
Teoh Beng Hock merupakan setiausaha politik kepada exco Selangor, Ean Yong Hian Wah yang ditemui mati selepas memberi keterangan kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) di tingkat 14 Plaza Masalam berhubung dakwaan salahguna wang negeri pada 15 Julai lalu. -TVS
Jika benar laporan berkenaan, memang sudah parah apabila 1Malaysia ditipu bulut-bulat oleh mereka yang dikatakan ahli patologi dari Malaysia, yang hanya berkonspirasi dengan pihak PDRM dan SPRM untuk memberikan kesaksian palsu dan menyembunyikan kebenaran.
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Posted: 21 Oct 2009 09:59 AM PDT
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 09:15 AM PDT
Last Monday, I went to the biggest KFC house on Larut Road on invitation by many of my school's Moral Club member. They were having their Moral Club farewell lunch and there's extra seat and I am a friend of many of their high committee, so I was invited to join them for lunch.
On the other hand, I need to help them on the camera for their group shot. Shooting is my hobby so it's not a problem at all.
Their group shot and the teacher advisor is Wong Chu Ming.
I went home after the lunch. It's raining and I got no place to go, so home. Thank you Moral Club. Haha.
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 09:04 AM PDT
I'll sing it one last time for you
Then we really have to go
You've been the only thing that's right
In all I've done
And I can barely look at you
But every single time I do
I know we'll make it anywhere
Away from here
Light up, light up
As if you have a choice
Even if you cannot hear my voice
I'll be right beside you dear
And we'll run for our lives
I can hardly speak I understand
Why you can't raise your voice to say
To think I might not see those eyes
Makes it so hard not to cry
And as we say our long goodbye
I nearly do
We don't have time for that
All I want is to find an easier way
To get out of our little heads
Have heart my dear
We're bound to be afraid
Even if it's just for a few days
Making up for all this mess
song by Snow Patrol
Oh goshh. I couldn't say anything about this song. The lyric is too beautiful. I love SP's lyrics. E.g: Chasing Cars and Signal Fire. It has very deep meaning.
But this song, I couldn't get it out from my head. It's a song from their old album, I think this song came out around 2004? Perhaps. But I really love this song. I even play it with my guitar. Chords are easy. Just use Am and G for the verse, as for the chorus, play C, G and Am again.
If you read the lyric closer, I think what the man trying to do is eloping with his girlfriend because maybe their relationship didn't get the approval by people (family/friends). - cinta terhalang lah konon. On the journey, suddenly the man is dying, maybe an accident. And he's trying to tell his lover how much he loves her even if he's not here anymore. So on and so forth.
Awwww.....! What a romantic! Isn't it beautiful?
p/s: Wish I can write a beautiful song like this. Sigh.
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 08:42 AM PDT
Auditor-General's Report A committee under the Finance Ministry should also explain why the two projects had been certified as completed, when no work was done.
Both projects are located in Taman Danau Desa (Seputeh) and Kampung Pasir (Segambut Luar) in Kuala Lumpur with RM270,116 paid in full for the cost of an indoor court and a recreation centre in Taman Danau Desa and RM22,676 paid for 'road works' in Kampung Pasir, bringing the total payment to RM292,792.
Wow!!! This is People First! Performance Now!
Sucking money out of the people first and do it now!
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 07:43 AM PDT
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 07:13 AM PDT
Today being my clinic duty, I decided to go a bit early to arrange for Saiful's appointment with the eye specialist at the Ipoh GH. SN had told me earlier that there was no need for Saiful to personally come when seeking an appointment date.
After queuing at the "kaunter temujanji", when my turn came, the moment the nurse saw the referral letter I held in my hand, she said, "Oh, kes baru terus pergi bilik 6 dulu. Bawa pesakit sekali." Aduh, luckily there were only about 4 or 5 people in the queue in front of me earlier...
So no, couldn't fix an appointment for Saiful yet. Sofie will have to bring him along to Ipoh for that. Sofie is coming to Ipoh next week to get her supply of ARV, but Saiful will be having his school exams on the same day, so I guess, they will just have to wait until the school exams are over.
I then immediately headed to the HIV clinic to inform SN that I was already there if she wanted to refer any new cases. I needed to go off early today, so if the new cases could be referred earlier the better.
Because it was still quite early, my colleagues were not there at the counseling room yet when the first case was referred. I was quite concerned at first when the guy brought in was quite an elderly Chinese guy (sometimes these elderly ones would only speak in their mother tongue), but when I started speaking to him in Malay, he was quite conversant. Yes, maybe at certain points I had to repeat myself as he didn't quite understand what I was trying to ask him, but overall our conversation went rather smoothly and he too was quite open.
Anyway, this guy's a bachelor, never married and stays alone. He knew of his HIV infection 4 years ago after an accident, but since he felt okay then, he didn't see the need to get any treatment for his HIV. That was until a few months ago when he got TB, started getting weaker, and during the recent Raya holidays, he was so weak he couldn't even get up. And imagine he was staying all alone at home! But he managed to call his sister who stays with her son in another state, and due to his condition, the sister came to stay with him temporarily, at least until he gets a bit better. I promised to assign him one of our Chinese-speaking guys as his buddy.
By the time the second case was referred to us, both my colleagues were already there. SN brought in a couple - the wife pregnant. I was quite surprised when SN told me that the wife is due to deliver next week! Apparently, at the earlier stages of her pregnancy, HIV was not detected during the blood test. It was only during another very recent blood test that she was found to be HIV positive and that was when she was immediately referred to Ipoh GH, not only to the HIV clinic, but also to the O&G clinic.
After going through her file, I noticed that this is her second marriage. She has 2 children, aged 5 and 7, from an earlier marriage. Her first husband, an IVDU, died 3 years ago. One look and you'd conclude that she must have got HIV from her first husband. But if she really did get HIV from her first husband, then the window period (for her HIV infection) is long over and the presence of HIV should have been detected during her blood tests at the early stages of her pregnancy. But nope, it was only detected just recently. So, either she got it from her present husband (who has not been tested yet as of today) OR there were some errors in the result of the earlier test.
Due to the late detection, this lady had not been given any ARV drugs to help protect the baby. The c-sect is already due next week, let's hope there will not be another "Cek Mek" case of baby coming out earlier than scheduled c-sect.
Emotional-wise, I wasn't really sure if this couple had absorbed the whole thing. They didn't look shocked, they didn't look sad, they didn't look like they had accepted their fate either. They looked... BLANK! Maybe things haven't really sunk in yet. Asked if they needed a buddy, the husband said they didn't think so. But I still gave my number anyway and told them to call me if somehow suddenly they feel the need to talk.
There was supposed to be another new case today, but the person never turned up. But SN did want us to see Zali today. Remember Zali, the guy who's still on methadone treatment, whose wife dumped him and the kids as well? He's not working (I don't think anybody dares offer him a job when he's still on methadone) but needs to feed his 2 daughters. After the last time that I supplied him with some foodstuff, the hospital welfare unit did manage to get some assistance for him with the monthly provision of groceries etc, but that was only a temporary measure and I was told that the assistance will end soon.
I never got to see his wife. Neither did SN. Zali always said that his estranged wife refused to come to the hospital. When I offered to meet up with her outside when other people wouldn't suspect anything, Zali gave all sorts of excuses. When I asked for her number so I could speak to her myself, he'd always say, "Nantilah, biar saya cuba cakap dulu dengan dia." And recently, when SN asked him why not send the kids to his wife who's working and would at least be able to support them financially, he told SN that he was the one who refused to give the kids to their mother.
Maybe all the while it's not the wife who had refused to see us. Maybe Zali was the one who didn't want that to happen. He wouldn't even give us her phone number.
Well, even if that wasn't the case, I still feel that Zali is being very selfish. With his no-income and methadone-dependent status, I'm sure he knows pretty well he is not fit to take care of his children. The children deserves a better future. If his wife had attempted to bring matters to court to gain custody of the children, I'm quite sure she'd win hands down. But obviously she hasn't done that, or has she?
Anyway, Zali was supposed to come to the clinic today and I so wanted to talk things over with him for the children's sake, but he never turned up.
Maybe for the sake of the children, I should refer this case direct to the welfare department for their action...
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 05:47 AM PDT
Renowned Thai pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand made several explosive allegations at the Teoh Beng Hock inquest this morning.Among others, Pornthip suggested that the political aide could have been strangled before falling from the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam. The colourful doctor noted that the marks on Teoh's neck indicated the possibility of 'manual strangulation'.
Furthermore, she pointed out that Teoh's skull fracture was not typical of an injury from a fall. In another startling revelation, Pornthip said the injury to the deceased's anus could have been caused by penetration with an object before his fall.
This MACC Parody says it all, nearer to the truth on what really happened to Teoh, the Lord works in mysterious ways:
'80 percent homicide, 20 percent suicide'
In view of this, her conclusion is that Teoh's death was 80 percent homicide and 20 percent suicide. The pathologist also disagreed with the opinion of forensic experts that Teoh 'fell to his death consciously', saying that the deceased could have been unconscious.
She also cited three reasons for making the conclusion. These were:
1) The autopsy report indicated that he was alive when landing on the ground, but she found no protection injuries on the body.
2) She found wounds that looked like pre-fall injuries.
3) The chest injuries were result of primary impact.
Pornthip, 54, was testifying as an expert witness at the inquest which is being held to determine the cause of Teoh's death. She is the director and co-founder of the Thai Justice Ministry's Central Institute of Forensic Science and is well-known for investigating complicated homicide cases. Teoh, the 30-year-old political secretary to Selangor executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah, had been summoned to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission office on the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam to be questioned over irregularities in the disbursement of state funds on July 15.
He was found dead on the fifth floor service corridor of the building the following day. Malaysiakini
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Posted: 21 Oct 2009 05:36 AM PDT
Here's an amazing speech at the United Nations by the former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, Colonel Richard Kemp, about the UN's latest attempt to demonize Israel, the Goldstone Report.
Trancript: I am the former commander of the British forces in Afghanistan. I served with NATO and the United Nations; commanded troops in Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Macedonia; and participated in the Gulf War. I spent considerable time in Iraq since the 2003 invasion, and worked on international terrorism for the UK Government's Joint Intelligence Committee. Mr. President, based on my knowledge and experience, I can say this: During Operation Cast Lead, the Israeli Defence Forces did more to safeguard the rights of civilians in a combat zone than any other army in the history of warfare.
Israel did so while facing an enemy that deliberately positioned its military capability behind the human shield of the civilian population. Hamas, like Hizballah, are expert at driving the media agenda. Both will always have people ready to give interviews condemning Israeli forces for war crimes. They are adept at staging and distorting incidents. The IDF faces a challenge that we British do not have to face to the same extent. It is the automatic, Pavlovian presumption by many in the international media, and international human rights groups, that the IDF are in the wrong, that they are abusing human rights.
The truth is that the IDF took extraordinary measures to give Gaza civilians notice of targeted areas, dropping over 2 million leaflets, and making over 100,000 phone calls. Many missions that could have taken out Hamas military capability were aborted to prevent civilian casualties. During the conflict, the IDF allowed huge amounts of humanitarian aid into Gaza. To deliver aid virtually into your enemy's hands is, to the military tactician, normally quite unthinkable. But the IDF took on those risks.
Despite all of this, of course innocent civilians were killed. War is chaos and full of mistakes. There have been mistakes by the British, American and other forces in Afghanistan and in Iraq, many of which can be put down to human error. But mistakes are not war crimes. More than anything, the civilian casualties were a consequence of Hamas' way of fighting. Hamas deliberately tried to sacrifice their own civilians.
Mr. President, Israel had no choice apart from defending its people, to stop Hamas from attacking them with rockets. And I say this again: the IDF did more to safeguard the rights of civilians in a combat zone than any other army in the history of warfare.
Thank you, Mr. President. UN Watch
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Posted: 21 Oct 2009 05:36 AM PDT
The Pakistani army is advancing in strength into South Waziristan, and in that wild and tribal region it is encountering training camps. A sort of Muslim International Brigade has been forming, on the lines of the volunteers who once flocked to the Spanish civil war. Ominously, those being trained, according to the Washington Post, include a number of jihadis recruited abroad. Some are Muslims who have taken up citizenship in one or another country in Europe. For instance, four Swedes have been arrested, one of them being Mehdi Ghezali, an alumnus of Guantanamo.
Quite a few come from Britain, which already has its quota of home-grown and Pakistan-trained Muslim terrorists, including the four who exploded the bombs in the London subway, killing over 50 people and wounding 700, and the two who set off bombs in Tel Aviv. The U.S. has in custody one Bryant Neal Vinas of Long Island, N.Y., but originally from Peru and Argentina. On a Taliban video released for German consumption appears a gunman identified as "Abu Ibrahim the American," whose real identity remains to be discovered.
Not so long ago in Iraq, a Frenchman was killed fighting American troops, and a Belgian woman blew herself up. Both these were converts to Islam. Figures are very uncertain, but I have seen 50,000 mentioned in the French press as a figure for converts to Islam every year, while the Dutch press has had a figure of 30,000 converts annually to Islam. A rather pathetic convert, a man with a medical condition, injured himself setting off a bomb in a restaurant in the British city of Exeter. No doubt many or most Muslim converts are sincere, but some are sad cases of the kind, globalistas who travel the world to attack G7 meetings, ecology and climate-change freaks, and others whose identity rests on the shaky foundations of discontent and conspiracy. Just a few of such types are enough to wreak havoc. The more successful the Pakistan army is in Waziristan, or the surge forces in Afghanistan are, the more likely we are to have to deal with this new International Brigade. Source...
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 06:40 AM PDT
Needless to say, the Internet is now abuzz with the testimony of Thai pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand aka 'Dr Death'. She told the coroner's court this morning that there was an 80 per cent probability that Teoh Beng Hock's death was homicide.
Half of the LATEST UPDATES @ Malaysia-Today.net talks about the '80pc':
Malaysian Aide's July Death 'Probably Homicide'
Death at MACC: My CSI XV
SUICIDE - they cried!!!
Startling revelations on Teoh Beng Hock's death
Thailand's fearless 'Dr Death'
The question right now is WHO will be the scapegoat if indeed homicide is established?
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 06:06 AM PDT
Ho ho ho.... A corrupted government..A liar MACC .... and even our pathologists can be bribed.... how cheap...
Read the News Article from The Malaysian Insider
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 — Thai pathologist Dr Porntip Rojanasunan told the coroner's court this morning that there was an 80 per cent probability that Teoh Beng Hock's death was homicide and not suicide, and suggested that some of his injuries were sustained before his fatal fall.
Under questioning from Selangor state lawyer, Malik Imtiaz Sarwar, Dr Porntip testified that the political aide was indeed alive when he hit the ground but added that he was unconscious, judging from the lack of injuries to his wrists and ankles.
She explained that if he were still conscious when he fell, there would have been "reaction wounds" to show he had instinctively tried to stop from hitting the ground.
She said that Teoh's injuries showed he could have been strangled and that he sustained anal penetration before he fell to his death on July 16.
Dr Porntip added that Teoh could have passed out as a result of the strangulation or from the pain from injuries to his anal region.
She told the court that the likelihood that Teoh had committed suicide — the theory previously put forward by the two pathologists who examined Teoh's body after death — was only 20 per cent.
The stunning testimony made by the forensic expert, who gained international prominence from her work in identifying the 2004 Asian tsunami victims and more recently in the death of Hollywood star David Carradine, appeared to suggest Teoh was assaulted before his death.
Using a graphics presentation, the 54-year-old who has carried out over 10,000 autopsies over the last 27 years, told the court that not all the injuries sustained by Teoh were consistent with those caused by a fall.
The anal tear, which she described as a "penetrating injury", appeared to have happened before he fell.
Dr Porntip noted that the tear measured 6cm-wide by 2cm-long.
She rejected the idea that the anus was penetrated by a bone fragment, which had been put forward by local pathologist, Dr Khairul Aznam Ibrahim from the Hospital Tengku Rahimah Ampuan in Klang.
She reasoned that if that had happened, the force would have punctured the area opposite its entry and not as what was shown in the autopsy photos taken.
She suggested that they were caused by an object inserted into Teoh's anus from a bottom-up direction, which she indicated with a blue arrow on a picture slide projected on a white screen in the darkened courtroom this morning.
"This kind of injury, I've not seen in cases of fall from height," the director-general of Thailand's Central Institute of Forensic Science (CIFS) said.
However, she could not say what the object was.
She also said that the depth of the tear was not measured or mentioned in the autopsy report.
Dr Khairul had jointly written the autopsy report with Indian pathologist Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar who is currently based at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur.
Several stripes on Teoh's upper thighs, just below the buttocks were also pointed out as inconsistent with injuries caused by a fall.
Dr Porntip suggested the horizontal lines were the result of a beating with a stick.
She added that if she had carried out the autopsy on Teoh, she would have cut open the thighs just under the skin to check for internal bleeding in order to confirm her theory.
She also pointed out several "round" bruises on Teoh's neck, which could mean "manual strangulation" by fingers.
Her lengthy explanation on Teoh's neck injuries was peppered with graphic references to her own case studies of strangulation victims.
The skull fracture on Teoh's head, she said, was not typical of an injury from a fall, but more compatible with the result of blunt force applied directly to the skull.
"I found contusion on fracture line, so the fracture could be caused by blunt force injury directly on skull," she said, explaining why she disagreed with Dr Khairul's and Dr Prashant's theory.
The two doctors who performed Teoh's autopsy had previously put forward the idea that the head injury may have been caused by the momentum of the landing.
"For transfer of force, (you) only find ring fracture at base of the skull along (the) spinal column, not a linear fracture and not a cervical spine fracture," she added.
She said that her assessment was based on Teoh's autopsy report, the photographs of his injuries and from snapshots taken at the site where his body was found.
Dr Porntip who had earlier suggested that Teoh may have been dragged before he plunged to his death told the coroner's court after lunch break that she no longer held the view.
In her testimony earlier, she had contradicted Dr Prashant's idea that it was caused by the impact on the ground.
She explained that she had been allowed to view the original pictures of the shoe, which are of a better quality than the copies she had been provided, and confirmed that the marks on the sole were indeed caused by the impact when Teoh landed on the hard and rough ground feet first.
She told the court she would like to carry out her own autopsy on Teoh, but magistrate Azmil Muntapha Abas who is acting as coroner in the inquest, indicated that it may be too late to do so at this stage.
Dr Porntip had also previously sent two assistants to join the court to survey where Teoh's body was found on a 5th-floor landing outside the offices of the Selangor branch of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in Plaza Masalam here.
Teoh, who was the political secretary to a DAP state executive councillor, had been questioned overnight on July 15 to help an ongoing investigation into claims his boss had misused state funds.
Dr Porntip was engaged as an expert witness by the Selangor state government.
She had been among the first names suggested to carry out a joint autopsy on Teoh, but was rejected by his family whose reasons remain unknown.
Earlier, she told the court that she had conducted over 10,000 autopsies in her career, of which more than 100 dealt with fatal falls from high places.
She estimated Teoh to have died between 6am and 8am on July 16.
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 05:33 AM PDT
What say you, MACC?
I'm wondering how MACC gonna react towards this statement.
Visit Din Merican for a complete point of view..
"She said that carrying out a post-mortem examination even four months after death would still be viable."
Posted: 21 Oct 2009 02:41 AM PDT
Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan under cloudy sky.
We do not always get the ideal situation to shoot scenes with a blue sky as the background, especially in Malaysia where we have clouds many months of the year. The photos that I took of the Leaning Tower in Teluk Intan had an overcast sky. I do not usually do massive post processing of the images that I shoot, certainly not changing the sky colour. Nevertheless, it is a rainy day today and I am yearning for some blue skies. Just for the fun of it, I took the photo of the Leaning Tower and replaced the gloomy sky with a cheery blue one.
Voila! Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan with blue sky.
This is how I turned a cloudy sky to blue with Photoshop:
Voila! Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan with a nicer blue sky.
Posted: 20 Oct 2009 11:27 PM PDT
A song I heard last night totally blew me off. Each and every time I listen to some beautiful songs, somehow I tend to relate to my life experiences. This song that I will be putting up later is quite an old song but it only touches me when it was covered by this twin. I had a good look at all their videos and magically only this particular song I felt a connection to the melody & the lyrics. I got it stuck as my favorite number on my iPod now.
I am officially missing somebody, not mentioning names, someone who once had an important place in my heart, someone who is currently 2,511.41 KM away from me. Enjoy the song and the lyric, let's sing along together :)
Officially Missing You (Cover Version) - Janice & Sonia
All I hear is raindrops
Falling on the rooftop
Oh baby tell me why'd you have to go
Cause this pain I feel
It wont go away
And today I'm officially missing you
I thought that from this heartache
I could escape
But I fronted long enough to know
There ain't no way
I'm officially missing you
Oh can't nobody do it like you
Said every little thing you do
Hey baby say it stays on my mind
And I, I'm officially
All I do is lay around
Two ears full of tears
From looking at your face on the wall
Just a week ago you were my baby
Now I don't even know you at all
I don't know you at all
Well I wish that you would call me right now
So that I could get through to you somehow
But I guess it's safe to say baby safe to say
That I'm officially missing you
Well I thought I could just get over you baby
But I see that's something I just can't do
From the way you would hold me
To the sweet things you told me
I just can't find a way
To let go of you
All I hear is raindrops
And I'm officially missing you
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Posted: 20 Oct 2009 11:51 PM PDT
Korean pop star BoA is taking a break from her American activities to release a Japanese single, Bump Bump, featuring Verbal from M-flo. Music video, and some black & white promotional pics further below…
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Posted: 20 Oct 2009 11:28 PM PDT
Entertainment snippets from various sources…
China – Fan Bingbing on Fashion Weekly [Cfensi]
China – Zhou Xun on Bazaar (pic) [Stareastasia]
Japan – Top 10 Gravure Models; NSFW [RCA]
Korea – Kang Yui at Korea Electronics Show [RCA]
Korea – Idols turn Invincible Youth [Stareastasia]
Korea – Here comes another boyband [Kbites]
Korea+Malaysia – Lee Minho is coming to town [K-popped]
Canada – Avirl Lavigne filed for divorce from Deryck Whibley [AP@Youtube]
Posted: 20 Oct 2009 09:00 PM PDT
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Remember my previous post Car On Strike. Finally, i have to send my car to the workshop for a huge fix. A month ago, my car broke down when i came out from the gym one night. I was stuck on the roadside waiting for the toll truck to toll my car to the workshop. And my mechanic has fixed and it worked well until last Sunday.
On Monday, I was switching car with my dad cause i need to attend to an appointment. My dad was going to help me to send the car to the mechanic but the car was behaved normal, no sign of jerking. At the end, my dad did not send the car to the mechanic.
Yesterday, when i was on my way to the gym, my car jerked and totally stopped. But later i managed to drove to the workshop after cooling down the car. So now my car is in the workshop. What's the problem? The gearbox was not able to use anymore... it needed to be changed.
Anyway, I'm grounded now @ home.. No car to go to the gym.. no car to go out anyway.
As people say No Music No Life... TZ say No Car No Life.
Posted: 20 Oct 2009 10:24 PM PDT
"Ammy…. Nampak Giant! Tu! Tu! Tu! Giant!… Addy.. nampak Giant! Giant!" We were driving in the car and Miki spotted the huge Giant logo on the supermarket building near our house.
"Yelah Miki, Mummy nampak itu Giant. Miki pergi Giant nak beli apa?"
"Shoo shoo!" He meant susu or milk.
"Pish!" That's for fish.
"Tayor!" Baby talk for sayur or vegetables.
"Gen!" Vitagen la tu…
"Tu flag!!!! Tuta-tuta!!! Tuta-tutaaaa!!!" Dia nampak bendera la pulakkk…..
It is really fun chatting with my lil baby. Miki recognizes logos since he was one year and six months. He knows Giant and Tesco only in the beginning and now he knows Shell and a few others. He can pronounce Mummy and Daddy very correctly and clearly but sometimes he shortens it to Ammy and Addy..
Nasib baekkk aku suruh panggil Mummy and Daddy.. kalau Mama and Papa???
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