Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Ink down the drain... because of rumours... hahaha

No Evidance Ink Brought In

The police have not found any evidence that indelible ink was brought into the country from Thailand in the run-up to the last general election. (Well... we all kinda figure that out loooong time ago.)

Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said in a written reply to Fong Po Kuan (DAP – Batu Gajah) that after studying the report that it had received and interviewing all the witnesses and complainant involved, the police found no such evidence.

“This is because not one witness has ever seen the ink. From their testimony, no individual, syndicate or certain parties have been identified to be involved in such activities. (Whoa :o really... so what did they saw..?)

The statements made by the complainant and the witnesses were thus rumours and no individual has been positively identified or known to be involved. (So... Ketua Pengarah SPR scrap the ink all because of rumours... :r. I remember he took the action based on the IGP's advice... hemmm... what is this... the IGP was being duped by rumour mongers..? This can be summarized into two words.... 'dumb asses'.)

“The investigation papers have been referred to the deputy prosecutor’s office on March 14. On March 31, the case was classified as ‘no further action’,” he said. (Last time I can recall... rumour mongers can be charged... what gives?)

The Election Commission had planned to use the indelible ink after it was raised by the Opposition.

However, a few days before polling day on March 8, the plan was scrapped by the commission, citing concerns over sabotage.

Syed Hamid said three investigation papers had been opened under Section 420 or 511 of the Penal Code by the Commercial Crimes Division.

“The police report was lodged by a few individuals who were concerned over the use of the indelible ink as it can be easily obtained in Thailand. (Who are these few individuals? Why aren't they charged for distrupting a democratic process and creating chaos? At least charge them for duping the IGP... mana IGP ngan Pengarah SPR nak letak muka... got duped like a bunch of losers... :r)

“They were worried that certain groups with interest would abuse the indelible ink ruling during the general election,” he said.
(Source: The Star)... read it here.

Enough said... those who were involved are making a mockery of the democratic process and the Rakyat. Let God have mercy on their souls...

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