LAST_UPDATEMon, 28 May 2018 8am

RM2,400 Vs RM2.6 Billion, Blogger Explains Why Teoh Beng Hock's Death Is Being Used By DAP

DAP's attempt to divert attention from the graft allegations surrounding the Penang Chief Minister who has a court case pending is hitting new lows as can be seen by the latest attempt to use of the sister of the late Teoh Beng Hock for its own selfish political ambitions.

This latest attempt takes the DAP's unceasing attempts to link the RM2.6 billion received by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak with state investment fund 1MDB to a whole different level.

Political analyst Captain (B) Abdul Rahmat Tun Haniff said that this new tactic is also DAP's way to divert the attention from the graft allegation faced by Lim Guan Eng even though many national investigative bodies and evidence found that the RM2.6 billion transferred to Najib's account was not from 1MDB.

Capt. Rahmat in his latest blogposting points out that DAP piggybacking of Beng Hock's death is a sign of increasing desperation, when they invite people to stage a demonstration in front of the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) this morning as a show of protest for not capturing Malaysian Offficial 1 (MO1).

The call to demonstrate in front of the MACC office also showcased Beng Hock's sibling, Teoh Lee Lan who appeared in a video which dramatised her allegation of the double standards practised by MACC in not capturing MO1 involved in the RM2.6 billion case when her late brother's case only involved RM2,400.

Beng Hock was reported to have passed away after he fell while under Selangor MACC's custody at Plaza Masalam (now Plaza Shah Alam) on July 16, 2009, after he was summoned by MACC to help with a corruption investigation of his boss during that time, Seri Kembangan ADUN, Ean Yonh Hian Wah from DAP.

Answering Lee Lans' question from the video, Capt. Rahmat explained that RM2.6 billion has been proven exhaustively to not have originated from 1MDB such as being claimed by the late Beng Hock's sister in the video.

"The 1MDB case is far different from the case that involves Teoh Beng Hock and Ean Yong Hian Wah because the latter really involved public funds and the attempt to breach public trust. This is what is being investigated by MACC but was halted because of Beng Hock's death.

"The amount does not amount to billions but it involves money that was entrusted by the people so it doesn't matter whether the amount is big or small. If Teoh Lee Lan does not understand what trust is, don't ask Lim Guan Eng because he was charged in court for graft," Capt. Rahmat wrote on his blog, Seademon Says.

Abdul Rahmat added that the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), which is made up of six parliament members from the opposition including two from Beng Hock's party (DAP), also found that there were no funds missing from 1MDB, which contradicts the statement that MO1 stole money from 1MDB.

"In the case that involved the late Teoh Beng Hock, the public's money clearly went missing just like that. Allegedly RM2,400 was paid to a flag supplier but no flag shipment had been made.

"I strongly agree that the action of misappropriating people's money such as the case of the late Teoh Beng Hock is seroius enough to warrant an investigation," he said.

Capt. Rahmat said that if Lee Lan wanted to see real double standard, she should look at DAP itself who named their own cronies to become the Central Executive Committee (CEC) even though they lost in the party election.

"And clearly, some of the most worst liars are from DAP as well," he concluded..