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A Sad Day for Malaysia
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Who Kill Teoh Beng Hock??
SHAH ALAM: There is an 80% chance that the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock was caused by homicide, the coroner’s court was told Wednesday.
Based on her examination of the autopsy reports and pictures of the site, Thai pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand said she believed there is only a 20% chance that Teoh had committed suicide.Testifying at the inquest into Teoh’s death, Dr Pornthip said that not all injuries on the body were consistent with a fall from a height.
She said that marks around his neck could mean that he was strangled, while the injury to his anus was caused by penetration with an object before his fall.
His skull fracture was not typical of an injury from a fall but was more compatible with blunt force being applied directly to the skull, she said.
She said that Teoh was probably alive when he hit the ground but may have been unconscious before the fall.
Dr Pornthip told court she has conducted more than 10,000 autopsies, of which about 100 dealt with fatal falls from a high place.
She put the time of death at between 6am and 8am, July 16.
The renowned and flamboyant Dr Pornthip is the director and co-founder of the Thai Justice Ministry’s Central Institute of Forensic Science.
She is well-known for her prowess in cracking open complicated homicide cases and is a celebrity of sorts in her homeland.
She is the author of Investigation of Corpses which sold 100,000 copies in Thailand, and also led a group of international forensic scientists in 2004 to identify the remains of the Asian tsunami victims.
Her life and work was narrated in a National Geographic documentary entitled Crime Scene Bangkok in 2004.
Conspiracy???... Only najis know....
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Changing of Status ^^
Monday, October 19, 2009
KUALA LUMPUR: Beginning next year, Sept 16, which is Malaysia Day has been declared a public holiday.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the day would involve activities that would foster the 1Malaysia spirit.
He added this meant Malaysians would have a twin celebration, to commemorate the country’s independence starting next year
Najib said National Day on Aug 31 would be celebrated with formal events such as a parade to commemorate the historical moment and it would remind the people about the struggle in achieving independence from the colonists.
He made the announcement during the question-and-answer session at Parliament on Monday.
Najib said Sabah and Sarawak, which joined Malaysia in 1963 and the formation of Malaysia as an independent country was a very important moment in history.
“We want the joy and sorrows of the people in Sabah and Sarawak to be felt by the people in the Peninsula,” he said.
“Therefore, I would like to announce to the people of Malaysia that the Cabinet has recently made the decision to celebrate Hari Malaysia on Sept 16 starting 2010.”
Malaysia Day would be celebrated with events that would foster closer unity, understanding between the different races and community success and achievement through sports, social culture and arts, to spur the 1Malaysia spirit, he added.
by The Star
Nowdays... everything in Malaysia are related with 1Malaysia ^^
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Is it really worth for Malaysia to invest so much money in F1?
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