28 May 2015



Dear Tan Sri,


The patient arrived Taipei safely on 25th May 2015, accompanied by his father, Mr. Lejewin Masalun.

On 25th May, upon admission to TMUH, blood test was done, monitoring of blood pressure and medicines dosage.

On 26th May, patient undergone pulmonary test, echo scanning and angiogram. Pulmonary test findings, patient’s heart does not function well especially pumping blood. Angiogram showed no signs of clogging.

TMUH proposed that patient be implanted with Implantable Cardiovascular Defibrillator (ICD) and continues with medications to prevent heart failure. The proposed ICD will last for 8-10 years and would cost about NTD750,000.

The ICD was implanted this afternoon successfully by Dr. Chiang Shuo-Ju. Patient was advised not to uplift left hand above shoulder for one week and no lifting of anything heavier than 5kg for 3 months.

As of now, patient is still on confirmed returned flight to Kota Kinabalu on 3rd June 2015.

Report submitted for information and records.

Thank You

Best Regards,


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27 May 2015

Ramli Yusuf's statement on 'Copgate' affair allowed

The High Court in Kuala Lumpur today dismissed attorney general Abdul Gani Patail's application to expunge the witness statement of former Commercial Crime Investigation Department director, Ramli Yusuf on the 'Copgate' affair.
Justice Su Geok Yiam dismissed the application made by senior lawyer Cecil Abraham who is representing Gani and the MACC, in lawyer Rosli Dahlan's RM50 million suit against MACC and its senior officers.
With this, Ramli is expected to testify at the hearing this afternoon.
Ramli was implicated as  the ‘RM27 million cop’ where he was charged by the MACC for not declaring his assets.
Rosli (photo), who helped Ramli and six of his police officers in drafting their affidavits after the arrest of alleged Ah Long kingpin Goh Cheng Poh in a clampdown on illegal money lenders syndicate in 2007, is suing the MACC for unlawful detention and arrest.
The lawyer had helped Ramli and the police officers in drafting their affidavits following Goh's habeas corpus application.

Normally this is done by the Attorney General Chambers but it declined, resulting in Ramli and former deputy home minister Johari Baharom to engage Rosli's services.
It was previously reported that former MACC Corruption Prevention and Consultative panel member, Robert Phang, had testified that Gani had barred the MACC from stopping its prosecution against lawyer Rosli following the `Copgate affair’.
Rosli had also named Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia in the suit. However, before the start of the trial, Utusan apologised to Rosli in open court for its defamatory report, resulting in the parties settling on undisclosed terms.

Source : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/299801

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20 May 2015

Court strikes out ex-minister’s suit due to non-compliance of rules

The High Court today struck out a RM12 million defamation suit by former transport minister Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat against Social Care Foundation chairman Tan Sri Robert Phang Miow Sin on grounds his court papers were not in order.

Lawyer S.N. Nair, who represented Phang, said judge Rosnaini Saub dismissed the suit on technical grounds. "The plaintiff (Ong) did not comply with the Rules of the High Court," he told The Malaysian Insider.

The ruling was delivered in chambers on May 14 and the judge ordered each party to bear their owns costs. On December 2 last year, Ong filed the suit, claiming Phang maliciously injured his reputation repeatedly in the local Chinese media.

The former MCA president said he decided to go to court after Phang refused to retract his press statements and apologise for his defamatory remarks.

The former Pandan MP said he is still a renowned Chinese language creative writer with numerous accolades and was well known in Malaysia and overseas.

In his statement of claim, Ong said Phang's defamatory remarks in their natural and ordinary meanings gave the impression that he was an ungrateful and heartless man.

Ong said the statements carried in the media also meant that he had deserted his supporters and that he lacked principle. Furthermore, he said, Phang's statements painted a picture that he was hated by many people.

 In October 2008, Ong was elected MCA president while Tan Sri Dr Chua Soi Lek was elected deputy president and this set off a tumultuous partnership between the two. He remained in the post until he was ousted by Dr Chua in March 2010.

Ong then attempted to make a comeback last year when he contested in the three-man presidential race, which was won by Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, who is now transport minister.

 He came last, obtaining a paltry 160 votes. Liow obtained 1,186 votes while another contender, former vice-president Gan Ping Sieu, received 1,000 votes. – May 19, 2015.

Source : http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/court-strikes-out-ex-ministers-suit-due-to-non-compliance-of-rules

Court strikes out ex-minister’s RM12mil defamation suit

KUALA LUMPUR: A High Court struck out the RM12mil defamation suit filed by former transport minister Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat against his former ally Social Care Foundation chairman Tan Sri Robert Phang Miow Sin. 
According to Phang’s lead counsel S.N Nair, the court struck out the suit last Thursday due to non-compliance of case management directives. 
However, Ong’s lawyer Tan Foong Luen claimed that the judge has given liberty for them to file the suit afresh. 
Tan said there was no order as to costs. 
“I had refiled the same claim on Monday.
"We have also written a letter to Nair to ask them whether they have instructions from Phang to accept the service for the new claim,” he said when contacted on Tuesday. 
As such, he said they have yet to serve the claim to Nair. 
Tan also said that the case management of the suit was now fixed before a deputy registrar on June 15. 
Ong had filed his defamation suit in December last year. 
He said in his statement of claim that Phang, 76, had on numerous instances, falsely and maliciously caused the publication of defamatory remarks concerning him in the Chinese press on June 24, 2013. 
Ong, 59, said the publication of 14 defamatory remarks implied that he was “a hypocrite, ingratitude, heartless man". 
He said the words had meant that he had been betrayed, shunned and deserted by supporters. 
Ong is seeking RM8mil in general damages, RM4mil in aggravated damages as well exemplary damages, interest and costs.

Source : http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/05/19/Court-defamation-suit/

19 May 2015

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正如我之前文告最后一段所说的一样,我也要借这里再说一次:”身为一个华人的领袖不应该表现得 好勇斗狠,进而扼杀那些一直为华文教育而努力的工作者,应该把矛头一致向外,在政府层次里爭取白纸黑字明确的修改关中批文,协助董总向政府力爭修改《2013~2025 教育大蓝图》内不利于母语教育及华教的政策与条文,以内阁部长的身份在内阁力爭解决华小师资長期短缺的问题,为国家力爭多元教育体系的建设,确保母语教育、民族教育的公平合理 ,这才是作为中央政府部长暨人民代议士应该做的工作,同时更应该显示宽容的政治风度和气量,别只是每一件事都要法庭见,尤其我们都是华人啊,别让友族们取笑我们及大家质疑您的议程。“

Ong Tee Kiat v Tan Sri Robert Phang

"On 3rd December 2014, Ong Tee Keat filed a defamation suit against me. The matter came for Case Management on 14th May 2015. I was informed by my solicitors that the Court had struck out the suit apparently for non-compliance of the rules. As far as I am concerned, there is no defamation."

Thank you.

Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin
Justise Of the Peace 
Chairman - Social Care Foundation 

Crime index falls even without ISA, says IGP

The crime index has been falling since 2009, despite the repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA), says inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar.

He said claims of rising crime rates since the ISA was abolished were played up by irresponsible parties with vested interests.

"Crime rates have been falling since the announcement of the National Key Result Area (NKRA) in 2009. We have also been re-positioning so that office personnel are assigned to patrol," he told reporters after opening a 'Community Policing' programme with 300 Kampung Rambai Lama residents in Tanah Merah yesterday.

Also present were Kelantan police chief Mazlan Lazim and Gual Ipoh state assemblyperson Mohd Bakri Mustapha.

In his official blog two days ago, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak listed 13 charges and allegations levelled against him and the government and replied to all of them.

Among the issues listed included the allegation that crime cases rose after the ISA was repealed.

Najib said the charge was not true and last year alone, the police succeeded in bringing down the crime rate in the country by 12.6 percent.

Khalid said some local communities might have felt unsafe and the police would take appropriate measures to raise the level of safety in places which were identified.

On 'Ops Warta', he said the police would track down traffic offenders who refused to settle their summonses, beginning tomorrow.  

At the ceremony, Khalid also handed over letters of appreciation to 28 police officers and personnel, as well as medical officers and villagers involved in rescuing four policemen in a police helicopter crash in December while sending food supplies to the village.

Source- Bernama

18 May 2015

Epic battle looms in Rosli Dahlan’s MACC case

KUALA LUMPUR: The on-going legal action pitting practising lawyer Rosli Dahlan against the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) continues in the Kuala Lumpur High Court today with senior partner of the law firm of Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill, Lambert Rasa-Ratnam testifying on Rosli’s behalf.
Lambert’s testimony, especially under cross-examination by MACC’s lead counsel Cecil Abraham, is something that many in the legal circles have been hotly anticipating recently.
Lambert is known to be the lawyer who advised the Bar Council in respect of a complaint preferred against Abraham by lawyer Americk Singh Sidhu.
According to Americk, Abraham had purportedly admitted to having drafted the late private investigator P Balasubramaniam’s second statutory declaration in which Bala had, under circumstances which to date have remained unexplained, recanted allegations made by him in a statutory declaration affirmed just one day earlier in connection with the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder.
Interested observers have said that they are looking to see whether Abraham will ‘exact his pound of flesh’ and how.
Thus far, the court has heard the evidence of Rosli, former MACC adviser Robert Phang and former deputy public prosecutor Shamsul Sulaiman about how a criminal case taken out by the MACC against Rosli was allegedly a frame-up.
Rosli’s evidence was that MACC had deliberately arrested him in the most brutal and humiliating way at his office, detained him for one night and chargIng him in court just one day before Hari Raya. He claims that the entire episode was intended to destroy his reputation.
MA‎CC, for their part, have denied the allegations and have said that Rosli had been violent and abusive, allegations which Rosli claims have been fabricated.
The case is being heard before Justice Su Geok Yiam.
Other lawyers from the firm expected to testify on Rosli’s behalf include Ng Leong Huat and Kumar Kanagasingam.

Source : http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/05/18/epic-battle-looms-in-rosli-dahlans-macc-case/

14 May 2015

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我也不希望这类诉讼行动被误以为如同广东人所说的“趁你病,攞你命”,一种落井下石之计。 因此,大家在采取任何行动时,应该慎之又慎。

我也要特别提醒魏部长,身为一个华人的领袖不应该表现得好勇斗狠,进而扼杀那些一直为华文教育而努力的工作者,应该把矛头一致向外,在政府层次里爭取白纸黑字明确的修改关中批文,协助董总向政府力爭修改《2013~2025 教育大蓝图》内不利于母语教育及华教的政策与条文,以内阁部长的身份在内阁力爭解决华小师资長期短缺的问题,为国家力爭多元教育体系的建设,确保母语教育、民族教育的公平合理 ,这才是作为中央政府部长暨人民代议士应该做的工作,同时更应该显示宽容的政治风度和气量,别只是每一件事都要法庭见,尤其我们都是华人啊,别让友族们取笑我们及大家质疑您的议程。

7 May 2015

Azmin hit below the belt with remarks on IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Azmin Ali has received more flak in the form of censure from former MACC advisory council member Robert Phang, who has described the Selangor Menteri Besar’s recent remarks about the Inspector-General of Police, as hitting “below the belt”.
Phang was referring to the unsavoury remark Azmin made at a ceramah in Permatang Pauh on Sunday night when he asked the Special Branch personnel in the crowd, if there was any way to “take a message to their boss” and “ask him whether he’s a barua of Umno”, a derogatory word meaning “lackey”.
In a statement today, the Social Care Foundation chairman criticised Azmin, telling him not to bash the IGP and Polis DiRaja Malaysia (PDRM) by making comments that hit below the belt.
“The majority of the nation, especially the residents of Selangor, expects a Menteri Besar to be a well cultured, well-mannered leader who observes good traditions,” said Phang.
“We do not resort to insulting and bashing the IGP or the entire PDRM that serves the nation without taking into account politics, race or religion.”
He called for Azmin to issue a sincere apology to Khalid Abu Bakar and the police for the insults, which he described as alleged defamation and a ‘sin’.
The chairperson of the Gazetted Officers Branch of the Senior Police Officers Association, Shah Ghazali Khan Shahdad said the remark had hurt the police, and that the entire PDRM was very hurt by this statement and strongly condemned Azmin.

Source : http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/05/07/azmin-hit-below-the-belt-with-remarks-on-igp/



Do not bash IGP and PDRM below the belt.

Reference is made to an article written and published in the Malaysiakini website on 6th May 2015, “APOLOGISE FOR CALLING IGP BARUA COPS TELL AZMIN”.

This article refers to the remark made by Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali for calling the IGP an “UMNO BARUA”.  The Chairperson of the Gazetted Officers Branch of the Senior Police Officers Association, Shah Ghazali Khan Shahdad said the remark has hurt the Police and that the entire PDRM is very hurt by this statement and strongly condemns Azmi. 

Majority of the nation more so Selangor residents expect their Menteri Besar to be a well cultured, well mannered and observe good Traditions Leader. We do not resort to insulting and bashing the IGP, amounting to insult and bashing the entire PDRM that serves the Nation, without taking into account politics, race or religion.

If Azmin has some good sense, he must issue an open Sincere Apology to IGP and PDRM unconditionally for this insult.  No matter under what circumstances, there is no reason for anyone to use such uncultured words against anyone or Government servant, more so to the IGP and PDRM.  Needless to say, insulting and defaming another is definitely a sin. 

Incidentally, the Government should not “FREEZE” the new police recruits - Security for the nation is the top priority.


Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang
Justice of the Peace.

5 May 2015

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