DAP: Show the video, get FBI to assist

(Malaysian Mirror) – SARAWAK DAP today demanded the release of the video recording taken during the interrogation of Teoh Beng Hock to help determine whether he committed suicide or not.

chong-chien-jen.pngState DAP secretary and MP for Bandar Kuching, Chong Chieng Jen believed that such a recording is likely to have been made in view of the seniority of the person involved.

“I urge the Malaysian Anti -Corruption Commission to release the recordings in order to help answer the questions in the minds of the rakyat whether he committed suicide as claimed by MACC,” he said.

Teoh, 30, who was the political secretary of Seri Kembangan assemblyman Ean Yong Hian Wah, was found dead outside the MACC block in Shah Alam, Selangor after being interrogated by the commission last Wednesday.

‘Black mark’ on Najib’s administration

“I feel sad over his death and feel sadder still when the death occurs in the compound of the MACC. This is not acceptable,” said Chong, who described the incident as another “black mark on the Najib administration”.

teoh-beng-hock-2.gifBefore he became prime minister there was also another “black mark” on Najib when the Mongolian woman was killed, he said.

Chong who is also the state assemblyman for Santosa was speaking to reporters after he handed over a memorandum and a banner proclaiming “Justice for Beng Hock, Answers for Rakyat” to an MACC officer at the Federal government complex at Simpang Tiga.

Some 100 DAP and PKR leaders and supporters left Chong’s service centre, Chonglin Park, in a convoy of cars to the MACC office.

Get help from FBI & Scotland Yard

The PKR contingent was led by its adviser and state assemblyman for Padungan, Dominique Ng.

Before the handing over of the memorandum and banner, there was a special prayer service outside the gate of the federal complex.

Meanwhile, the state assemblyman for Batu Lintang, Voon Lee San who is also DAP treasurer called on the government to seek assistance from the FBI or Scotland Yard to assist in the investigations.

“If we want to do a proper investigation, then we must have the services of foreign experts,” he said, adding that he did not trust the government any more.