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Saturday, October 07, 2006

Getting Away with Murder Most Foul in Malaysia?

This is another case of getting our priorities wrong in this country.

We seem to be so taken up with sending the first ASEAN astronaut to space that we have not applied enough resources to ensure that the police are adequately trained in basic investigation procedures that only come to light when an inquest is held.

If one considers that this government servant was killed as he was about to reveal corrupt practices it is possible that his report would have implicated a few staff and they found a way to silence him.

Unfortunately corruption is an evil web that has no compartments and can spread beyond a department or a building.

How do the bosses of the Sub-Inspector evaluate his performance during this investigation? I wonder if they have a standard operating manual to investigate suspicion of foul play?

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