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Siasat Kes Teoh : PM Didakwa Hanya ‘Menanam Tebu di Tepi Bibir’

Kes Teoh Suruhanjaya Diraja dan Inkues Tiada Pegwai SPRM Dipanggil Jadi Saksi


Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/agong-insult-from-teoh-rci-walkout-is-nonsense-says-law-expert/

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 28 — The boycott of the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into Teoh Beng Hock’s death by his family has nothing to do with the Agong, a constitutional law expert said today.

“The Agong has nothing to do with the RCI,” law professor Abdul Aziz Bari said in response to former Court of Appeal judge Datuk Shaik Daud Ismail’s claim today that Teoh’s family had disrespected the Agong by walking out of the inquiry.

“Shaik Daud is talking nonsense by claiming that the Teohs had insulted the Agong. It drags the royalty into the affair when the entire panel and process was put in motion by the prime minister,” said the International Islamic University Malaysia academic who specialises in constitutional monarchy.

Shaik Daud, who retired from the judiciary in 2001, said in a Bernama report that all parties involved should give the RCI due recognition and respect because it was set up on the command of the king.

Abdul Aziz told The Malaysian Insider that Shaik Daud’s comments were surprising for a former top-ranking judge as it showed a failure to understand the separation of powers under a constitutional monarchy.

“It’s like saying the envelopes used for government documents with Urusan Seri Paduka Baginda (On His Majesty’s Service) on them were sent by the King and can somehow be misused in an insulting way to the Agong,” he said.

Teoh’s sister, brother, parents and their two lawyers walked out of the RCI proceedings on February 16 after they failed to stay its proceedings, claiming the deputy public prosecutors that were acting as conducting officers would not be impartial.

The former political secretary to Selangor executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah had fallen to his death on July 16, 2009 after being questioned by officers of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission at their old offices in Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam.

A 17-month-long coroner’s inquest had delivered an “open verdict” ruling out both suicide and homicide which then prompted Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to form the commission in the face of public pressure.

Abdul Aziz also said that a judge should show empathy and sensitivity to the family of the deceased even if he did not agree with their actions.

Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/take-second-teoh-autopsy-with-pinch-of-salt-says-government-pathologist/

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 3 — Teoh Beng Hock’s neck “bruises” found in the second post-mortem were not sustained before his death, a government forensic pathologist told the royal panel investigating the death of the DAP aide today.

Dr Shahidan Md Noor said the two dark “bruises” were likely caused by post-mortem staining from the first autopsy, which is a degradation of blood products during decomposition.

“We need to take this so-called bruise with a good pinch of salt because there’s no way to say it’s ante-mortem, because the first post-mortem has not shown it,” said Dr Shahidan at the inquiry today.

“The quality of the second post-mortem is much more inferior than the first post-mortem,” he added.

Dr Shahidan said he had conducted the second post-mortem on November 22, 2009, while the first post-mortem was performed on July 17, 2009, a day after Teoh’s death.

Two government forensic pathologists, Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim and Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar, had conducted the first post-mortem.

Dr Prashant said today he only found a small pinkish-reddish abrasion on Teoh’s neck that was likely caused by a pen in the latter’s blazer pocket during the fall.

“As mentioned in the first post-mortem, blood clots (were) under the neck. No visible injuries on the skin,” said Dr Prashant.

He and Dr Khairul have also insisted that the bruises found in the second autopsy were a result of post-mortem staining.

“This is because of the breakdown of hemoglobin (that) has dispersed through the skin and caused post-mortem staining of the neck,” said Dr Prashant.

Thai forensic pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand, who had observed the second post-mortem, has testified previously that the bruise on Teoh’s neck could have been caused by a blunt object being pressed against his head or neck.

Dr Shahidan said, however, that the bruises found in the second autopsy could not be the only factor in determining pre-fall injuries.

“Just because they’re present, there is not enough to say there’s ante-mortem injuries,” said the forensic pathologist from Hospital Sg Buloh.

Dr Khairul testified yesterday that Teoh was unlikely to have been strangled or held in a neck lock as there were no clear external marks on the neck or red dots in the eye.

Dr Shahidan urged the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) today not to over-emphasise the bruises found in the second post-mortem.

“If it’s a real one, we’ll see it in the next 24 hours,” said Dr Shahidan.

“But when my colleague examined (Teoh’s body) in the first post-mortem, they could not find it. So I don’t think we should place so much weight on it,” he added.

Dr Pornthip has said Teoh’s fatal plunge was likely a homicide, highlighting the bruise on the 30-year-old political secretary’s neck.

She also said Teoh was likely unconscious when he fell nine floors from the then Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters in Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam.

But Dr Shahidan said Teoh was probably conscious when he fell because the latter’s body was slightly bent before he hit the ground and landed on his right side.

“It’s a natural reflex. When one falls, one takes a stance to absorb the forces,” said Dr Shahidan.

“So I believe he was conscious when he fell,” he added.

The forensic pathologist, however, could not explain why a cloth, which had been draped over Teoh’s neck during the post-mortem, was untainted despite staining on the skin.

“I can’t answer that one,” said Dr Shahidan.

Teoh was the political secretary to Selangor state executive councillor, Ean Yong Hian Wah, at the time of death on July 16, 2009.

His body was found on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam after he had been questioned overnight by MACC officers on the 14th floor of the same building.

Teoh was a witness in investigations against his boss for abuse of state funds.

The inquiry, which is chaired by Federal Court judge, Tan Sri James Foong, resumes on Monday.

Source: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/157554











根据普缇所准备的第二次验尸报告,赵明福的下颚下面,以及颈项左边皮肤内层共有两处挫伤。由于流血深入肌肉里面,因此她认为这个伤势可能是由钝力(blunt force)所造成,可能是遭人掐住或是坚硬的钝物所造成。























Source: http://www.merdekareview.com/news/n/17146.html


赵伟(右图)今天在皇家调查委员会的听证会上盘问赵明福坠楼毙命案查案官助理警监阿末纳兹里(ASP Ahmad Nazri Zainal)时点出,赵明福坠楼的掀开式窗口,比起其旁边的固定玻璃透亮,纳兹里和皇委会成员皆同意他的说法。


可是早前阿末纳兹里供证时曾称,窗口满布灰尘。【点击:未发现赵明福攀窗口痕迹 鞋印不符尺寸成争议重点】





赵伟还问道,除了听命于其上司卡玛鲁丁依斯迈(Kamarudin Ismail)和雪兰莪州警察刑事调查主任奥玛,阿末纳兹里是否还接到其他人的指示?纳兹里表示,他只接到前述两人的指示。






另外,纳兹里指出,他和卡玛鲁曾在7月27日被派遣出席由总检察长阿都干尼(Abdul Gani Patail)主持的汇报会。


Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/utm-bantu-suruhanjaya-hasilkan-animasi-gerakan-teoh-jatuh/

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Mac – Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) akan menghasilkan animasi saintifik berkaitan pergerakan Teoh Beng Hock jatuh di Plaza Masalam di Shah Alam.

Suruhanjaya untuk menyiasat kematian Teoh Beng Hock memberitahu perkara tersebut hari ini dan UTM kini dalam proses melakukannya.

Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan Tan Sri James Foong Cheng Yuen berkata pegawai penyiasat Michael Leslie Squires kini sedang berunding dengan pihak UTM dan animasi tersebut diharap dapat memberi gambaran sebenar ketika kejadian.

“Kita telah minta penyiasat persendirian untuk berhubung dengan UTM bagi menjalankan rekonstruksi animasi saintifik mengenai bagaimana seseorang itu boleh jatuh melalui tingkat seperti itu dan bagaimana ia mendarat.

“UTM telah membayangkan dan bahawa mereka bersedia untuk menyertai projek ini dan ia boleh dilakukan dengan objek yang sama saiznya (tubuh Teoh). Saya harap semua pihak akan menyertainya dan memberi teori dan idea,” katanya.

Idea untuk menggunakan kaedah animasi ini tercetus selepas Pensyarah kanan Unit Forensik Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar mengemukakan teori bahawa Teoh berkemungkinan mencangkung di tepi tingkap sebelum jatuh, ketika prosiding semalam.

Selain Dr Prashant, Pakar Perunding Perubatan Jabatan Forensik Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) Klang Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim juga menyatakan teorinya bahawa Teoh mendarat dengan menggunakan kakinya terlebih dahulu dan beliau masih hidup beberapa minit selepas terjatuh.

Sementara itu, dalam prosiding hari ini, Khairul Azman yang disoal peguam Datuk Seri Mohammad Shafee Abdullah yang mewakili Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) sama ada beliau bersetuju dengan laporan kedua Pakar Patologi Thailand Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand, beliau berkata: “Pornthip bergantung kepada bedah siasat kedua dan kejadian telah lama berlaku. Ia sangat berbahaya.”

Khairul Azman turut bersetuju bahawa beliau dan Dr Prashant mempunyai kelebihan berbanding patologi lain kerana bedah siasat dilakukan ketika mayat masih ‘‘segar’’.

Ditanya pendapatnya mengenai laporan autopsi Pornthip (bedah siasat kedua) yang menyatakan terdapat dua kesan lebam pada leher mangsa, Khairul Azman berkata: ‘‘Beliau membuat laporan selepas bedah siasat dilakukan. Pada pemeriksaan pertama kesan itu tiada. Ia adalah disebabkan kesan bedah siasat pertama dimana lapisan leher telah dibuka dan ianya kesan darah beku.”

Mengenai soalan Muhammad Shafee berhubung reaksi semulajadi sekiranya seseorang itu dipukul di kepala dan berdarah, Khairul Azman berkata biasanya seseorang itu akan memegang pada bahagian yang berdarah itu dan darah akan meresap ke dalam kuku atau dijarinya.

Tetapi, katanya, dalam kes Teoh, tiada tanda sedemikian dijumpai malah kesan keretakan pada kepala adalah kesan jatuh dari tempat tinggi.

Di akhir prosiding hari ini, Foong sempat menegur wakil Majlis Peguam Christopter Leong kerana mengemukakan soalan kepada Khairul Azman seolah-olah dalam perbicaraan kes bunuh sedangkan prosiding ini adalah inkuiri.

“Ubah sikap anda. Ini merupakan satu inkuiri dan bukan perbicaraan. Kamu ada pandangan kamu. Dia pun ada pandangannya. Ini bukan satu kes di mana kamu perlu membuktikan keraguan yang munasabah. Kamu perlu ubah sikap. Jika kamu berkeras mengenai pandangan kamu, jadi perkara terbaik ialah untuk memanggil seorang yang telah mati untuk memberi keterangan,” katanya.

Selain Foong, Suruhanjaya Siasatan itu dianggotai bekas Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan Datuk Abdul Kadir Sulaiman, bekas Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan Datuk T.S.Nathan, Pakar Perunding Patologi Forensik Hospital Pulau Pinang Datuk Dr Bhupinder Singh dan Pakar Perunding Psikiatri Forensik serta Dekan Fakulti Perubatan Kolej Universiti Sains Perubatan Cyberjaya Profesor Dr Mohamed Hatta Shaharom.

Penubuhan suruhanjaya itu diumumkan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pada 26 Jan lepas, antara lain untuk menyiasat punca kematian Teoh selepas Mahkamah Koroner membuat ‘‘keputusan terbuka’’.

Teoh, 30, setiausaha politik anggota Exco Selangor Ean Yong Hian Wah, ditemui mati pada 16 Julai 2009 di koridor tingkat lima Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam, Selangor selepas memberi kenyataan di pejabat Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) yang terletak di tingkat 14 bangunan itu. Prosiding disambung esok. – Bernama

Source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/teohs-bruises-caused-by-first-autopsy-says-forensic-expert/

KUALA LUMPUR, March 2 — Teoh Beng Hock’s neck bruises were likely caused by invasive procedures from the first post-mortem, a government forensic pathologist told the royal panel investigating the death of the DAP aide today.

Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim told the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) today that the flaying of Teoh’s neck during the first post-mortem had likely caused the bruises, which Thai forensic pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand had found in the second post-mortem on November 22, 2009.

“In this case, it could be due to post-mortem staining,” said Dr Khairul at the inquiry today.

“Staining is discolouration that forms as a result of the breakdown of blood,” he added.

Dr Pornthip has testified previously that the bruise on Teoh’s neck could have been caused by a blunt object being pressed against his head or neck.

Dr Khairul said he had only found a small abrasion measuring 4 by 3 cm on Teoh’s neck, which he said was caused by the fall.

“We can’t find (the bruises) when we did the first post-mortem,” said Dr Khairul.

He pointed out that external pressure – like strangulation or a neck hold – could not have caused the abrasion as no clear external marks were present.

“(There’s also) no petechiae in the eyes,” said Dr Khairul, referring to red dots in the eye, which are caused by burst blood vessels.

Dr Khairul also said he and his counterpart from Universiti Malaya Medical Centre, Dr Prashant Naresh Samberkar, had an advantage over other forensic pathologists as they had conducted the first post-mortem.

“Would you say you and Dr Prashant had the best opportunity to look at the body in its freshest form?” asked Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) lawyer Datuk Seri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.

“Yes,” answered Dr Khairul.

Dr Khairul said he and Dr Prashant had conducted a post-mortem on July 17 2009, a day after Teoh fatally fell from the then Selangor MACC headquarters on the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam.

“(There’s a) process of decomposition,” said Dr Khairul, referring to the post-mortem staining.

“We flicked the skin open. It’s overstretched,” he added.

“These procedures may have the side effects of producing stains or marks on these parts you examined that may give results like contusions?” asked Shafee.

“Yes,” answered Dr Khairul.

Dr Khairul also disputed Dr Pornthip’s conclusion that Teoh’s skull fracture could have resulted from a beating with a blunt object.

“I’d like to see the marks on the skull. I didn’t see any,” said Dr Khairul.

He pointed out that there was no blood flow from Teoh’s skull fracture, which would have indicated a beating.

“If he’s standing (when he’s hit on the head), blood (flows) to the side,” said Dr Khairul.

“There’s no evidence of flow. There’s blood at the top of the head, just on that area,” he added.

The government pathologist said the linear fracture on the top of Teoh’s skull was caused by the fall.

Dr Pornthip has previously argued that a ring fracture should have occurred if Teoh had landed on his feet.

“It (the linear fracture) is a result of transmitted force,” said Dr Khairul yesterday.

“Possibly, during landing, the transmitted force was not transmitted hard enough to form any (ring) fracture. At the same time, his chin was struck by (the) knee and this possibly reduced transmitted force through the spine,” he added.

Dr Khairul and Dr Prashant have testified that Teoh probably jumped to his death as he had landed on his feet, which they said was indicated by fractures on both feet.

Dr Pornthip, however, has supported the Teoh family’s claims of foul play, although she declined to repeat her previous assertion that Teoh’s death was 80 per cent homicide.

She said Teoh was likely to have been unconscious before he fell nine floors from the Selangor MACC headquarters.

Teoh was political secretary to Selangor state councillor, Ean Yong Hian Wah, at the time of death on July 16, 2009.

His body was found on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam after he had been questioned overnight by MACC officers.

The inquiry, which is chaired by Tan Sri James Foong, resumes tomorrow.