31 Dec 2012

Besta Wishes For The New Year 2013

We extend our best wishes for Good Health, Promising, Meaningful and Prosperous 2013 New Year.

May God Bless and Protect our beautiful country Malaysia and all of us.

Cheers 2013.

Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin, Puan Sri Datin Wuan Swee May and Family.
Justice of Peace.
Social Care Foundation.
P & I (MM2H) Sdn Bhd

24 Dec 2012

‘PPO has no authority to review Bala’s SD’

PETALING JAYA: Former KL CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim has questioned the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) operations evaluation panel’s (PPO) authority to review its governing decision involving  investigations into P Balasubramaniam’s second statutory declaration (SD) or any other matters.

Mat Zain has also similarly questioned the PPO’s power to review the Public Prosecutor’s (PP) decisions.
PPO chairman Hadenan Abdul Jalil had recently announced that the case involving carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan was discussed during the PPO pre-meeting on Nov 8.

But Mat Zain said today that Hadenan had no authority to review decisions made by MACC and the PP.
His argument was based on a personal case in which he had appealed to the MACC advisory board to review a decision with regards to an investigation into a police report made by Anwar Ibrahim on July 1 2008.

Anwar had accused Abdul Gani Patail, Musa Hassan, Abdul Rahman Yusof and himself for falsifying evidence in the investigation of the “black eye” incident.

Mat Zain said on  July 23 2009, he received an official letter from Abdul Hamid Mohamad, the chairman of Corruption Prevention Advisory Board (LPPR), a MACC panel which is above the PPO.  The letter he said was also copied to Hadenan.

In the letter Abdul Hamid stated: “LPPR’s jurisdiction as provided by MACC Act Section 13 (Act 694) DOES NOT include reviewing any decision made by MACC and the Public Prosecutor in any particular case.”

Said Mat Zain: “If LPPR realised (then) that it did not have the authority to review decisions made by MACC and the Public Prosecutor, why did LPPR discuss in great detail my appeal on three occasions, on April 20, June 15 and June 25 2009?

“I can only conclude that the answer given was to cover up the criminal misconduct made by Gani Patail and Musa Hassan so that they would not face legal punishment.”

Bearing this in mind, Mat Zain questioned how Hadenan and his PPO could now review a MACC’s decision regarding Balasubramaniam’s second SD, when Abdul Hamid himself confirmed that the LPPR had no authority.

“There is no difference in whether Hadenan agrees or not with MACC’s decision because the PPO does not have authority to review cases, as confirmed by Abdul Hamid.

“If there really is a new law which enables PPO to review cases, then I want to make another appeal to LPPR to review the case on Gani and Musa which has been distorted,” he said.

‘Gani deliberately avoided accusing Bala’

Regarding Balasubramaniam, he said that Bala had made an open and written admission to Gani that his second SD was false and had even challenged Gani to charge him in court.

“When he admitted to the second SD as being false, then anyone involved in the preparation of  that SD can be charged with abetting and should be sentenced along with Bala.

“Yet, Gani stressed that whatever Bala did was not a criminal offence because the SD was not to be used in court.

“But the Penal Code Section 193 states that coming out with a false statement, regardless of whether it is to be used in any levels of the court or for any other purposes is a criminal offence.

“Bala’s false SD is not only related to the cruelest murder of a foreign woman in the history of this country, it also contains authentic information concerning the prime minister and his family and more than that, the selling of defense intelligence and the country’s dignity.

“It is obvious that Gani deliberately avoided to accuse Bala because if action was taken, this will lead to a clash of Bala’s SD and Abdul Razak Baginda’s affidavit, not to mention, the prime minister’s ‘oath’ at the Guar Perahu mosque where he denied his relationship with Altantuya,” said Mat Zain.

Source :  http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/12/22/%E2%80%98ppo-has-no-authority-to-review-balas-sd/

Seasonal Greetings From Tan Sri Robert Phang

23rd December 2012

Within a blink of an eye, another great year of charity and social benefaction is passing us by, and thus The Board of Trustees, Committee Members of the Medical Council, Committee Members of the Education Council, fellow staff of the Social Care foundation, my family and I would like to take this opportunity to extend festive season’s greetings, Merry Christmas and an especially meaningful and prosperous 2013 new year to FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS, ASSOCIATES and of course not forgetting the MEDIA. May God bless all of us and our beautiful country, MALAYSIA.


PAS: If Robert Phang can sue, so should Najib

20 Dec 2012

Musa Hassan threatened with RM100 million suit

Former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) advisory panel member Robert Phang wants former police chief Musa Hassan to retract allegations against him or face a RM100 million defamation suit.

"I want him to come forward, I give him seven days to come forward to extend an apology otherwise, I definitely will exercise my rights," said Phang in a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

Phang added that he had yet to see the notice of Musa's claim on Dec 10 of the former IGP's intention to sue him in three days, over comments Phang had made.

But Phang said he did not receive any notification and decided to sue first.

"I want him to clarify and affirm what he had said," said Phang, saying that the allegation went overboard, affecting his reputation and the integrity of the police force.

Phang also said that he had lodged a police report, urging the police to investigate Musa's alleged claim that Phang had caused the transfer of a police officer in 24 hours for refusing to commission a police communications project in 2009.

"My purpose of suing him is to tell him to please tell the truth."

"The police must also investigate if I can influence the police, if I have such supernatural powers.

"That truth must be established so that my integrity as well as the police, will be maintained," he asserted.

In his police report, Phang further called for the police to investigate Musa's former aide de camp ASP Noor Azizul Rahim Taharim's statutory declaration (SD) against the former inspector general in 2009.

Azizul, in his SD, claimed that Musa was associating with underworld kingpins Goh Cheng Poh or Tengku Goh and BK Tan and that BK Tan was allowed to manipulate the placement of police officials.

Source : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/217139

Tan Sri lawyer must come forward’

KUALA LUMPUR: MACC advisory panel member Cecil Abraham must clarify whether he is the senior lawyer allegedly involved in the second statutory declaration (SD) by P Balasubramaniam.

Making the call at a press conference here, businessman Robert Phang said he was told that Abraham was the only lawyer with the Tan Sri title.

“Cecil Abraham is a very senior lawyer and is known to be a close advisor of Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail. I have always questioned his impartiality.

“Why is everyone so afraid to mention that the Tan Sri lawyer is Cecil Abraham and that the legal firm is ZulRafique and partners?” he said.

“Is it because they are afraid to be sued by the most senior lawyer in  the country who sits in the most powerful bumiputera legal firm in the country?”

But Phang stressed that he could not confirm whether Abraham was the lawyer allegedly involved in the second SD, and added that the onus was on the latter to clarify the matter.

Carpet dealer Deepak Jaikishan had recently revealed in an interview that a “Tan Sri” lawyer and his son had been allegedly responsible for the preparation of Balasubramaniam’s second SD.

The second SD reversed Balasubramaniam’s first SD, released the day before, which implicated Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in the murder of Altantuyaa Shaariibuu.

Deepak had claimed that Najib had chosen the “Tan Sri lawyer and his son” to prepare the SD before Balasubramaniam was told to sign it.

Balasubramaniam had also claimed in 2009 that the SD had been prepared by another lawyer, whom he did not meet and who did not consult him when drafting the document.

Although Deepak let slip the lawyer’s name in the recent interview by PAS organ Harakah, the name was not revealed.

Similarly, lawyer-turned-activist Haris Ibrahim did not reveal the lawyer’s name in his blog, although he had disclosed the latter’s identity in a letter urging the Bar Council to probe the claims.

Close to the AG
“What is the difference of making all these references and then afraid to mention the name? I think it is unfair on the Malaysian public and Abraham,” said Phang today.

“Let it be said openly so that AG Gani Patail and Abraham can state their case.”

Phang, who is chairman of the Social Care Foundation, revealed that even prior to Deepak’s interview, he had already openly stated his objection towards Abraham’s objectivity.

“On my part, I have openly stated my opposition against Abraham’s objectiveness during some deliberations of the MACC where he defended AG Gani Patail and where his firm benefits largely from government legal work,” said Phang.

“In the MAS case, AG Gani Patail even consorted during Hajj with one Shahidan Shafie, a proxy of Tajudin Ramli, which cast grave suspicion why the Attorney-General’s Chambers was reluctant to prosecute Tajudin.

“Yet, AG Gani Patail was cleared by the MACC Advisory panel which caused me to question the objectivitiy of Ramon Navaratnam and Cecil Abraham.”

At that time, Tajudin was being investigated for graft following Malaysian Airlines’ (MAS) losses of some RM8 billion during his tenure, according to media reports.

Ramon had told news portal The Malaysian Insider after the meeting with Abdul Gani in 2011 that the AG had gone out on a limb to prove his innocence.

Lawyer not at MACC meeting

In another development, the MACC Operations Review Panel (PPO) chairman Hadenan Abdul Jalil  said that fellow panelist Abraham was not present and did not take part in the panel’s decision on Nov 8 to stop investigating Balasubramaniam and Deepak over the second SD.

“The panel members agreed with the decision of deputy public prosecutor to stop the investigations,” he said in a statement today.

He added that the probe on the matter was discontinued because there were no other witnesses to support the claims made by the main witnesses, whose credibility was also in question.

Source :  http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/12/20/tan-sri-lawyer-must-come-forward/

Phang files report against Musa

PETALING JAYA: Businessman Robert Phang revealed today that he has lodged a police report against former inspector general of police Musa Hassan over allegations of corruption against the former as well as the police force.

“I want the police to look into Musa’s claims as well as to investigate me to confirm whether I [abused my power] so that my integrity and that of PDRM is maintained,” he told reporters here today.

Musa recently resurfaced in the media spotlight with claims that criminal elements existed in the police force, and that ministers actively meddled in police investigations.

The ex-top cop also accused Phang of abusing his authority to transfer a senior police officer in order to speed up the deployment of a project the latter was backing.

The project in 2009 involved the replacement of more than 30,000 new walkie-talkies for beat policemen, police stations and vehicles nationwide, and according to Musa was worth hundreds of millions of ringgit.

Even though Phang has admitted that he was appointed as an independent advisor to the telecommunications company awarded the contract, he has publically denied Musa’s claims and even thanked the ex top-cop for describing him as a supernatural man.

In the police report lodged yesterday, a copy of which was made available to the media, Phang wrote: “I vehemently deny that I have caused anyone to be transferred for whatever reason.”

“This is a serious allegation against me and PDRM and an offence under Section 500 of the Penal Code appears to be committed,” he added.

A slew of wrongdoings

Phang told reporters today he had also included in the police report a copy of a statutory declaration (SD) made by Musa’s former aide, ASP Noor Azizul Rahim Taharim.

The document accused Musa of a slew of wrongdoings during his tenure and exposed how Musa had allegedly manipulated the police succession hierarchy with his associate, an underworld figure known as BK Tan, as well as silencing critics with transfers and trumped up charges.

“I also asked the police to seriously investigate Azizul’s SD. Azizul was Musa’s aide, and if a policeman gives a SD, it is by law a very valid document,” said Phang.

“Azizul was very close to Musa; he must be telling the truth! The PDRM cannot keep their eyes closed. They must investigate this to restore the good name of the police,” he added.

He stressed that should the police refuse to investigate, it would derail all efforts by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s administration to clean up the police force and fight graft.

“They say we are changing, transforming, but changing to what? You don’t even dare to investigate Azizul’s SD, and that will receive a lot of flak,” he added.

He also pointed out that even up to today, he had not been informed of the results of a police probe into allegations of corruption regarding Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail, which were detailed in a book titled “Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail: Pemalsu, Penipu, Penjenayah?” (Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail: Fraud, Liar, Criminal?)

Phang had lodged the report in August this year with the hope that the authorities would investigate the AG’s alleged abuse of power as claimed by lawyer Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

Source :  http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/12/20/phang-files-report-against-musa/


Justice of Peace
Chairman – Social Care Foundation

20th December 2012     

1. Some three weeks ago, former IGP Musa Hassan started holding press conferences making various allegations about ministerial interference as well as underworld infiltration and control of PDRM. Some of his allegations referred to events that occurred during the time he was IGP. He even stated that his complaints to the PM and the Minister of Home Affairs were ignored.

2. As I was concerned that his actions would affect public safety and morality, I commented that Musa was undermining the current leadership in PDRM because he is a sour grape when his service contract was not extended. Since I was privy to matters concerning Musa Hassan’s background, I also commented amongst others about allegations connecting him with the underworld. Musa Hassan responded by making various false allegations against me and gave me three days to retract my statement or he would sue me. More than three days have passed and nothing has happened. I have not been served with Musa’s legal suit.

3. On the other hand, there are numerous allegations about Musa Hassan’s wrongdoings that have been circulating in the public domain. And yet no action have been taken against him previously because I believe he controlled the police force and was perceived to be protected by AG Gani Patail. Since Musa Hassan continues to make false and damaging allegations even after his retirement, I have lodged a police report yesterday. My lawyers have also sent him a Letter of Demand to retract and apologise for his false statements against me. Attached is a copy of my police report and lawyers letter.

4. I am doing this because Musa Hassan is a spiteful man who spreads falsehoods. As a man of God, it is my duty to stop the evil and chaos from the manipulations perpetrated by this man. He must be held accountable for the things he has said and done and at the same time we can ascertain the truth or otherwise of his allegations.

5. I have said this previously, I believe that Musa Hassan has an Unholy Alliance with AG Gani Patail and rogue elements within the MACC. For the sake of this country and its people, it is time that this Unholy Alliance is broken. In that regard, I have also said that AG Gani Patail should step down as he is not acting in the best interest of the government. He had brought shame to the country in the Pedra Branca/Batu Putih case where we lost a valuable territory to Singapore. Even simple matters like the AES become a big problem. All these show that the government is not getting the best legal advice.

6. Also, AG Gani Patail’s personal reputation is too stained that makes it not viable for him to remain as the country’s Attorney General and Public Prosecutor. There are too many cases and allegations in the public domain about the misconducts and abuses by Attorney-General Gani Patail. I have shown the book by Zainal Abidin Ahmad titled ‘Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail: Pemalsu, Penipu, Penjenayah?’ and invited AG Gani Patail to respond. He has not.

7. Too many accusations of selective prosecution have been made against him which are already in the public domain - the Ho Hup case and the MAS case. Recently, Dato Ramli Yusuf accused AG Gani Patail of fixing him with trumped up charges. I am privy to some of these allegations and knew that AG Gani Patail had caused 6 low ranking policemen to be charged so that a criminal known as Tengku Goh can be released from RR banishment.

8. In the MAS case, AG Gani Patail even consorted doing Hajj with one Shahidan Shafie, a proxy of Tajudin Ramli, which cast grave suspicion why the AGC was reluctant to prosecute Tajudin. Yet, AG Gani Patail was cleared by the MACC Advisory panel which caused me to question the objectivity of Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam and Tan Sri Cecil Abraham. Tan Sri Cecil Abraham is a very senior lawyer and is known to be a close adviser of AG Gani Patail. I have always questioned his impartiality.

9. Recently, Deepak Jaikishan held a press conference and mentioned the name of a very senior Tan Sri lawyer whom he implicates as being responsible for preparing the second Statutory Declaration of PI Balasubramanian in the murder case of the Mongolian Altantuya Sharibu. In the video clip of Deepak’s statement, the Tan Sri lawyer’s name has been blacked out. A few days ago, another senior lawyer in Malaysia, Dato Zaid Ibrahim, mentioned the fact that this Tan Sri lawyer is on the MACC Advisory Panel and that he and his son are also partners of another large bumiputera legal firm. However, everyone is afraid to mention his name openly. Why?

10. Why is everyone so afraid to mention that the Tan Sri lawyer is Tan Sri Cecil Abraham and that the legal firm is ZulRafique and Partners? Is it because they are afraid to be sued by the most senior lawyer of the country who sits in the most powerful bumiputera legal firm in the country? What is the difference of making all these references and then afraid to mention the name? I think it is unfair on the Malaysian public and Tan Sri Cecil Abraham.

11. Let it be said openly so that AG Gani Patail, the MACC and Tan Sri Cecil Abraham can state their case. On my part, I have openly stated my opposition against Tan Sri Cecil Abraham’s objectiveness during some deliberations of the MACC where he defended AG Gani Patail and where his firm benefits largely from government legal work.

12. As we approach Christmas and the New Year, I have done my part as a citizen of this country to raise matters which are important for us to progress as a nation with good governance. I hope Malaysians will stand in rank with me for speaking the truth.


19 Dec 2012

PRESS CONFERENCE INVITATION - Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang’s Police Report and Letter of Demand Against Tan Sri Musa Hassan.

Date            : 20TH December 2012. (Thursday).

Time           : 11.30 am

Venue         : Hotel Maya – Ballroom

What it should have been

ON THURSDAY, in a commentary, R. Nadeswaran quoted Tan Sri Robert Phang as saying: "I was the one together with Datuk Ramli Yusoff (former Commercial Crimes Division chief) who helped draft and prepare the document."

What Phang actually said was: "I was the man who arranged for Azizul ((ex-IGP) Musa Hassan's former ADC, ASP Noor Azizul Rahim Taharim who made the statutory declaration) and Datuk Ramli to meet (former IGP) Tun Hanif (Omar).

The error is regretted and the writer wishes to stand corrected.

Source :  http://www.thesundaily.my/news/568451

18 Dec 2012

Statement by Tan Sri Robert Phang on the article by R. Nadeswaran (published by The Sun on 13/12/12) entitled "MUSA-PHANG ALTERCATION INTENSIFIES" (the “said Article”).

Justice of Peace
Chairman – Social Care Foundation

18th December 2012     


I refer to the said Article wherein R. Nadeswaran attributed various statements and quotes to me. It is amazing that R. Nadeswaran seems to echo everything said by Musa Hassan as if it were the absolute truth. It is more amazing that R. Nadeswaran reported my press conference and quoted me on things I never stated, when he wrote that I "admitted" - "I was the one together with Datuk Ramli Yusoff (former Commercial Crimes Division chief) who helped draft and prepare the document." This is an absolute inaccurate statement.

While I can appreciate that Musa Hassan, being the principal lecturer of Media Warfare at UiTM , would try to reinvent his image in the eyes of the public, I find it difficult to appreciate that a senior journalist like R. Nadeswaran could fabricate stories, statements and quotes without even confirming its validity with me. This seems to be the trend with reporters and journalists aligned to Musa Hassan. I do not know their exact motives, but it clearly results in misinformation and confusion to the society at large, such that truth and falsehood become blurred.

I am an old man with no interest in partisan politics. With the God given privileges I have as a result of the various positions I held, I have tried to project the truth and speak out against injustice when I see it happening.

I have seen men like Musa Hassan who serve their masters regardless of ethics and values, for their own self preservation and benefit. What is unacceptable to me is that Musa Hassan is biting the hand that fed him. Worse than that, he has caused the PDRM to suffer the worst image in the history of the police force. He was the principal actor in various dubious cases, specifically The Black Eye Incident, Sodomy 1 and Sodomy 2. Yet, today, he tries to portray himself as a knight in shining armor. I believe in speaking the truth. Thus, when R. Nadeswaran uses the skills of his pen to make something foul to smell rosy, I have no choice but to assert that he is biased and not being objective as required of a fair journalist.

I have today issued a denial to the statements and quotes attributed to me and demanded that The Sun retract the said article. Attached is my letter to the Editor of The Sun."

My sincere “THANK YOU” to all my Supporters who have backed me up all these years and also to all those Critics ---- I assure you all , I will not tolerate any fabrication and malicious allegations against me which cannot be supported by evidence. I will certainly act in accordance to my legal rights.



14 Dec 2012

Robert Phang to haul Musa Hassan to court for defamation

Tan Sri Robert Phang has confirmed plans to sue Tan Sri Musa Hassan for defamation, insisting the former Inspector General of Police had destroyed his reputation by accusing him of power abuse during his tenure as an anti-graft panel adviser.

In the latest twist to the saga involving former top ranking police officers, Phang told The Malaysian Insider that he had agreed to proceed with the suit following Musa's ensuring silence after making the accusations. "Yes, I will surely sue him.  He destroyed my reputation.  I have discussed this with my lawyers," Phang said in an interview here.

"I waited three days but there was nothing....so I will proceed with the suit," he added.

Musa, who has been in the limelight of late for his barrage of revelations on power abuse in the police force, had recently accused Phang of abusing his authority to transfer a senior police officer in order to speed up the deploymet of a project backed by him.  "(Phang) threatened the officer, if you don't commission (this project) , you will be transferred in 24 hours.  "If someone from the public can threaten a policeman...he must have powers in the police force," Musa has claimed.

The project in 2009 was allegedly to upgrade the analogue communications systems used by the police to a digital Motorola system, and according to Musa was worth hundreds of millions of ringgit.

He had described the officer transferred as an expert in communications, ranking "higher than assistant commissioner of police (ACP)", holding a datukship, and is still in the aforcea.

When making the accusation, Musa reasoned that he was only revealing the abuse now as a response to Phang's earlier allegation that the ex-IGP is backed by crime syndicates.

12 Dec 2012


Justice of Peace
Chairman – Social Care Foundation

12th December 2012     

"I find it very amusing that Musa Hassan has issued statements after statements against anyone and everyone, ranting and raving, whereas he was the most 'Obedient' IGP during his time. Suddenly, everything is wrong with the government. While previously he was the beneficiary of all the government's policies including his twice extended service and all allegations against him were not properly investigated, he suddenly finds fault with the government, his own chosen successor and the PDRM that he left - with an image problem.

 I am told that Musa held a Press Conference on 10th Dec. 2012 maligning and threatening action against me. He tells half truths about the communication project with PDRM whereas everybody knew Musa had his own self-serving motivation in that project. This is not new of Musa, telling half-truths and manipulating facts. The only difference now is that he is doing it openly. However, since I have not received any text of Musa Hassan's Press release, I do not know what exactly he is ranting about. If he regards himself as a professional who is out to clear his name, I hope and suggest that he issue a proper written press statement and send it to me. Then, I will respond accordingly.

 Whatever he intends to say or state should be with in written press text to avoid ambiguity or distortion. Therefore, I will say to Musa Hassan, kindly put what you need to say in a prepared written text so that people will not misread you or you being misquoted and also it will be easier for me to reply or address your allegations.

Short of this, Musa may be playing a 'Sandiwara'. If so, do not waste the time of the public or my time. After all, Musa has been described in the judgement by Judge Supang Lian in Kota Kinabalu during the trial of Dato’ Ramli Yusoff, as a witness not worthy of credit – She said he was an incredible witness ( a polite way of calling him a liar). The judgement is in black and white and is in the public domain. In these words and I ask you to judge him:

“This involves an assessment of the credibility of the witness called by the prosecution. His evidence is unreliable and is to be disregarded and whatever he says in court lends to his discredit. I am in total agreement with the case for the defence that this lack of support of the evidence of PW75 (IGP Musa Hassan) on this point lends to his discredit... I found however that the evidence of PW75 on this to be unreliable and to be disregarded”.

I have said what I have to say in my prepared text dated 1st December 2012. Having regard to the quote by Judge Supang Lian, need I say more?

 Hello Musa, please prepare your press release text and circulate to all the media, and kindly do send me a copy. Then only, do you deserve a reply from me.

For sure, I must put on record that I reserve all my rights to pursue on this issue further.

Thank you."


11 Dec 2012


Dear Sir/Madam,

You are cordially invited to a Press Conference by Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow - Justice of Peace and Chairman of Social Care Foundatio.

Date : 12th December 2012.

Venue : Hotel Maya, Jalan Ampang - 13th Floor, Sky Lounge.

Time : 11.30am


Thank you.

1 Dec 2012


Justice of Peace
Chairman – Social Care Foundation

01st December 2012    

1. I refer to the recent statements made by the former IGP, Tan Sri Musa Hassan, at a press conference held on 29th November 2012 by a new so–called Malaysian Crime Watch Group (MyWatch) believed backed by PKR where Musa is the appointed patron.

2. Let me be clear. The timing of the announcement of this new NGO and Musa’s press conference were orchestrated to catch the attention of the current on-going UMNO General Assembly. This was timed with Deepak’s Jaikishan’s press conference against our PM Dato Seri Najib Razak who happens to be Home Minister Hishammuddin’s cousin. In other words, the public an clearly see that this is a two pronged political attack to undermine both the the Home Minister and the Prime Minsiter who are respectively UMNO’s President and Vice President. The boldness of this two pronged attacks must come with backing from within UMNO’s household. I will not touch on the domestic strife within UMNO and let that be an internal party matter for President UMNO to stamp out.

3. The mainstream press and alternative media reported that Musa has amongst others accused politicians especailly Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein of meddling in police affiatrs during his time as IGP. Musa also made allegations that various politicians interfered to protect several criminals whom he arrested in his time. Musa then made wilder allegations that PDRM under present IGP Tan Sri Ismail Omar is being infiltrated and controlled by triads and crime syndicates. In short Musa is accusing the police force of losing control of the country to crime mafia and crooked polticians and that Tan Sri Ismail Omar has lost control of the police force. This will certainly spread widespread fear amongst the general public.

4. If Musa is backed by PKR, then I must express my utmost disappointment that PKR appears to be a desperate party. Let me remind PKR that its very existence came about after Dato‘ Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s (DSAI) Black Eye Incident. Has PKR forgotten that Musa and AG Gani Patail tried to fabricate medical reports that DSAI’s injuries were self inflcited wheras then IGP Rahim Nor had punched DSAI in the eye and guiven him a good beating

5. If Musa is backed by PKR, then let me remind PKR that it is the same Musa Hassan and AG Gani Patail that fabricated evidence in Sodomy I. Has PKR forgotten that Musa was the celebrated Mattress Carrier who planted DSAI’s semen on the stained matters? It is the same Musa Hassan who was the investigating officer (IO) who made up stories about the driver Azizan being sodomised in Tivoli Vila and PJ Hilton when the buildng was not even ready? Muaa was the incompetent IO who made so many errors in the investigation papper that the late Judge Augustine Paul had to rule irrelevant to many of the inconsistent evidence before God made Augustine Paul himself irrelevant. Let us pray for the man that his soul obtain redemption.

6. Let me remind that when Musa was IGP, he was again the main actor in the script for Sodomy II. So let PKR be very clear of who this Musa Hassan is. Thus, going into bed with this cunning man and supporting his cause will mean that the leadership of PKR has no principles. I say to PKR- dissociate yourself from this wolf in sheep’s skin. Ask why is he now attacking the goverment as evil whereas he once was its key perpetrator. If PKR keep supporting this evil man, then PKR wil lose support of the public for stooping so low just to undermine the BN government.

22 Nov 2012














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19 Nov 2012

Ramli hits out at AG, Musa at his retirement ceremony

25 Oct 2012

Phang: Unusual precedent being set over RM40mil affair

24 Oct 2012

‘Nobody gives free political donations’

PETALING JAYA: The government has been urged to draft a new law to address the issue of political donations, which according to former MACC advisory panelist Robert Phang, is tantamount to bribery.

“Nobody would give you free things or free money. And in Malaysia it must be in exchange for certain favours. Either they expect you to give them something or it has already been granted,” he said.

He said that the law must include sections that requires those who intend to give such donations to declare their objectives. The donor, he added, must also have “no interests whatsoever” in dealing with the government.

Phang said that the government’s reply on the issue so far has been shocking, and is akin to giving all political parties a “license to collect”.

“If this area is not carefully and seriously addressed, it will condone very bad practices to have political parties just simply collect [money] from anyone. The gates are left wide open and sets a dangerous precedent,” he warned.

Phang said that during the 6th International Association Of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAAC) conference recently, he posed this question about political donations in a workshop chaired by IAAC general counsellor Bulelani Ngcuka and attended by eight international rapporteurs.

22 Oct 2012

DAP: MACC hasn't ruled out RM40mil was smuggled