MP among three charged
A Member of Parliament and two aides of politicians from Selangor were slapped with charges involving false claims and cheating, at the Shah Alam Sessions Court today.
please see this video:
MACC CAN SEE NOTHING?
How come MACC cannot see this big elephant that is in their corner?
Palatial residence of Dr Mohd Khir Toyo, the former Chief Minister of the Selangor state.
another angle of the same elephant
And one more for the road
And the guy who owns this was formerly MB of Selangor. This is how he looks - in case you do not have an image of him!
If MACC still cannot see the elephant then try look up the defination of GAJAH - it is the same thing! And to save you the trouble of doing investigative work because you are too busy chasing Pakatan Rakyat's people - I attach herewith the relevant information that can put this greedy Menteri Besar in Sungai Buloh for a great deal of years.
DAP’s Ng See Lim on July 6, 2009 revealed documents which allegedly confirms allegations which first surfaced over the Internet months ago that Dr Khir owns the mansion on Jalan Suasa 7/1L in Shah Alam, that costs upwards of more than RM23 million. He said the resort-like home of the former mentri besar had been built on two plots of land measuring over 50,000 sq ft or 1.17 acres, dwarfing the infamous Istana Zakaria built by the late Port Klang assemblyman Datuk Zakaria Md Deros.
In his rebuttal, Khir Toyo said he took a RM3.5 million loan to buy a sprawling Balinese-style mansion in an exclusive neighbourhood, brushing off allegations that the property is valued at RM24 million. He has threatened to sue Sekinchan Assemblyman Ng Swee Lim for making the claim, pointing out that HSBC would not have approved the loan if it was not above board and also countered claims that he could not afford to purchase the house on what he was being paid as mentri besar at the time.
History has shown that all great empires fall because the leaders and it's machineries are defending their corrupt ways of life.ReplyDelete
In Malaysia, UNMO and the malay official thought they are defending the malays and it's rights. But, the forgot they are looting the nation. That is, make whatever and as much as they can and never mind the rest. A time will come where their wealth is worthless.
Is this empty talk. Look back during Japanese invasion on Malaya or the Vietnam war ... the answer is there.
For us, it may not be war per say, but globalization. We are lacking defense. We are lacking knowledge and do work with know who.
Ultimately, we'll be colonize and enslave again.
Still not convince ... answer this yourselves. Which local company gives better perks than MNC operating it the country. Secondly, when Tesco and 7-11 open their outlet, local retailer are feeling the pinch.
To my malays friends, can you stop these with corruptions. Good luck, if you think it's possible.
That aerial photograph of his palace, if it can be clearly taken from the air, it can be dropped with a bomb from a small plane, say a 10 gallon pigsheet bomb would be enough to smash through its roof and landed right into the house. He sure would not want to stay there anymore.
Waste my time talking about this motherfcuker...
Wait a minute folks!ReplyDelete
The MACC is actually leaving all the big fishes and big cases for PR gormen to deal with lah.
They are not running away, becos all of them will lose their jobs and they will be investigated too!
We shall see the fun, who will jump down from 62nd floor?
Incidentally the new MACC office will be at 62nd floor at KLCC better fung shui more airy and better for high jumpers !
HIGH PROFILE CASES I MEAN!
MACC is full of shit. Why only Selangor? why not Sarawak where the Taib's family openly secured big contracts from the state govt. Go check CMS. Maybe a few other UMNO states like Johor and Pahang. Dont tell me MACC, that no other states is capable of corruption. It's so pathetic to charge the Sabak Bernam umNO MP just to show that they are independant so that they can engage full gear 'to go fishing' in Selangor to try topple the PR govt on Najib's instruction.ReplyDelete
Thank goodness MACC is curbing corruption. We need to start from small and work on big fish few years later.ReplyDelete
OK lah ... start small grow big. Let it be a training for those in MACC.
Let us see, many are charged but how many and who will be convicted.