Malaysia-Today (M2D) - Power vs Authority, a letter to M2D on alleged corruption in Selangor by Hakim Joe. Selected extracts as follows:
It is a sad day for the Selangor State Government after the Menteri Besar was “persuaded” to abandon the investigations of impropriety and misconduct into the organization and management of the Pasar Larut Malam @ Jelatek where an undisclosed sum of collections have gone unaccounted for.
When this issue was first highlighted on this website in December last year, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim had vowed to get to the bottom of this case as it pointed the finger at a prominent PKR executive committee member. However, less than two months later, the Selangor MB has stopped short of officially calling the investigations off after being “consulted” by the Selangor PKR Chief in a close door meeting.
Not only has this investigation been unofficially closed, the Selangor MB also has been “unofficially convinced” to turn a blind eye when the Selangor PKR Chief and his faithful deputy went about overturning the entire Selangor state’s municipal system by not renewing just about 99 percent of all the municipal councillors’ tenure (those representing PKR) in hope of plugging this leak. [...]
When the central PKR leadership decided to appoint Azmin Ali as the Selangor PKR Chief barely two weeks after convincing Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim that they will not replace him as the Selangor PKR Chief anytime soon, it shows us just how and what kind of leadership we can expect from PKR, especially from the President, Mrs. Wan Azizah and his consort (plus his blue eye boy & his faithful deputy).
The man man lai deformasi?
Malaysia-Today - EPISODE 2: The murder of a whistleblower, a RPK’s Corridor of Power exclusive on the alleged corruption of sand mining in Selangor and the alleged murder of would-be whistleblower Dato’ Patrick Wong. Selected extracts as follows:
There is no way I can get justice for Dato’ Patrick. He is already dead and his murderers are going to get away unpunished -- other than the one man, the sacrificial lamb that has been cited for robbery and will quietly ‘disappear’ once the brouhaha blows away.
But it was not a robbery. It was an assassination by hired killers. And although I can never get the police to rectify this injustice, I can at least get justice for Dato’ Patrick by doing the last thing that he wanted me so much to do just before he died: and that is to expose the sand mining syndicate in Selangor.
I really don’t know whether Dato’ Patrick was murdered because he was getting too close to the truth about what is going on in Selangor, or even if his murder had anything to do with the sand mining syndicate in the first place. But I am a person with a very suspicious mind. The fact that he was murdered (and that the police are covering up this fact) at the time he was working on getting the evidence I needed makes me want to suspect that a lot of money has changed hands to make this murder appear like an ‘innocent’ robbery gone wrong.
In the next episode I will reveal the details behind the Selangor sand mining syndicate with names and evidence of payments made to certain Pakatan Rakyat leaders. So stay tuned for the next episode of this report.
If these allegations are found to be true, then the saying “A leopard never changes its spots” will be proven correct.