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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Some Armchair Questions

This case is very interesting as it involved the death of a government employee.

It is hard to imagine a government employee driven to suicide as the work pressure was too great.

I would like to ask the following questions:

 What was the nature of the course that the office boy attended in Pangkor from September 17 to 22, 2004?

 Was his absence from work until 2nd October a prearranged leave or emergency leave?

 If emergency leave, what was the nature of the emergency?

 Can the emergency be verified?

 Can his attendance at the Pangkor course be properly verified?

 What happened to the files that the dead officer was handling?

If a whistle blower protection had been available, this employee could be alive today.

photo: Fish in ecosystem. (Frog spawn white foam)

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