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    RPK's Love Letters to the MACC

    The news the mainstream media somehow ‘missed’

    Posted by admin
    Monday, 29 June 2009 03:37

    Roslan told the court he had never accused that Datuk Ramli Yussof had abused his power as a senior police officer to ask residents in several villages within the land owned by Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd to vacate their land.


    Raja Petra Kamarudin

    Ketua kampung denies accusing Ramli of power abuse
    Published by Daily Express on Thursday, January 22, 2009

    Kota Kinabalu: A prosecution witness told the Sessions Court here Wednesday that he had never reported to the Anti-Corruption Agency (now Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) that a senior police officer from Bukit Aman had abused his power on June 25, 2007.

    Ketua Kampung (village chief) of Kampung Lok Buani, Tungku Lahad Datu, Roslan Abdul Hamid, also denied that he had stated to that effect during his telephone conversation with Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) Assistant Commissioner Sok One Essen at the end of June 2007.

    He told the court he had never accused that Datuk Ramli Yussof had abused his power as a senior police officer to ask residents in several villages within the land owned by Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd to vacate their land.

    Roslan was testifying in Ramli's corruption trial before Judge Supang Lian and was being cross-examined by the former police officer's leading counsel Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.

    Ramli, 56, is on trial on a charge of using a police airplane for aerial surveillance of two pieces of land in Ulu Tungku, Lahad Datu, owned by Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd, of which he had an interest.


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    Re: Police trial - Director of the CCD victimised

    Director of the CCD who investigated these cases was severely dealt with

    Posted by admin
    Thursday, 02 July 2009 15:49

    Ramli refused to sweep the entire episode under the carpet. And because of that they came for him. And when he engaged a lawyer to defend him, and the lawyer successfully proved that the allegations against Ramli were unfounded, they came for the lawyer as well.


    Raja Petra Kamarudin

    Last month, Malaysia Today republished a series of eight Statutory Declarations that were originally published two years ago. Six were Statutory Declarations signed by police officers and two by Chinese underworld figures. Copies of these Statutory Declarations were extended to ex-Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as well.

    When I signed a Statutory Declaration last year, they arrested me and charged me for criminal defamation. The government, however, has been very silent about these eight Statutory Declarations although the allegations are most serious indeed.

    I mean: eight people, six of them police officers, have said that the police, all the way up to the IGP himself, are in partnership with the Chinese crime syndicate that controls most of the prostitution, gambling, drugs and loan shark business in Malaysia.

    Either these allegations are true or they are false.

    If they are true then why is the IGP being given another extension of service after the two-year extension beyond retirement given him in 2007? And since when does a retired IGP get more than a two-year extension after retirement? Traditionally, it has always been either a one- or two-year extension. And that is about it. And if the allegations are false then why have the eight not also been arrested and charged for criminal defamation -- just like me?

    What many are not aware is, against the backdrop of all this, three court cases are going on simultaneously. One involves the ex-Director of the CCD, Datuk Ramli Yusuff, who was charged and is now on trial for the alleged crime of not declaring his assets. The other trial involves a lawyer, Rosli Dahlan, who represented the hapless one-time CCD Director. And the third court case, which has not been publicised that much, involves Malaysian Airlines in a civil suit it is facing.

    Coincidently, Rosli, Ramli’s lawyer, is also representing MAS in that civil suit. And the irony to this whole thing is Rosli, who uncovered many transgressions and shady dealings in MAS, was also arrested and charged for not declaring his assets. Is Rosli being punished because he is representing a senior police officer that had exposed the links between the police and the Chinese underworld or is it to keep him quiet about what those who walk in the corridors of power are doing in MAS? And we are talking about billions of Ringgit here.

    My suspicion is that it is both. They want to punish Rosli for getting Ramli off the hook and for proving that the government has no case against him, as well as to make sure that he does not talk about what he discovered in MAS. Well, Rosli may not want to talk since, as the lawyer for MAS, he has to be professional about attorney-client privileges. But Malaysia Today has ways of finding out what people would rather remain hidden.

    Now, let’s get one thing very clear. The CCD Director is not being charged for corruption. He is being charged for not declaring his assets, which, according to what was leaked to the media, totals RM27 million in all. How they arrived at the figure of RM27 million and how come this was leaked to the media when the investigation was still ongoing and nothing had been established yet is a mystery that can only be speculated upon.

    Does not information about a corruption investigation come under the ambit of the Official Secrets Act -- especially when the investigation is not completed yet and is still ongoing? Ezam Mohd Nor was arrested, charged and convicted for revealing the corruption investigation against the then Trade Minister, Rafidah Aziz. And he was sentenced to two years jail for this crime. So it certainly is a crime, according to the government. Yet, the investigation on Ramli’s alleged non-declaration of RM27 million in assets was leaked to the media even before anything had been established. Then it was found that there was no such thing as RM27 million assets -- declared or otherwise.

    Anyway, Ramli engaged Rosli as his counsel and he managed to produce a set of accounts proving that the amount involved is not RM27 million and that whatever Ramli had earned over the more than 37 years of working life had in fact all been properly declared and none of the money was earned through illegal means.

    You see, like many Malaysians, Ramli ‘plays’ the stock market and is quite good at buying low and selling high, which is how the stock market should be ‘played’. The nagging question is, though, not whether he procured the money the ‘proper’ way or otherwise -- which the accounts he submitted proved there was nothing illegal in his dealings -- but whether he had declared whatever he had earned.

    The accounts that Rosli, Ramli’s lawyer, submitted showed that nothing untoward happened and that the CCD Director had not only earned his money the legitimate way but that he had also declared all his assets as well.

    And that was when the government decided to arrest Rosli and also charge him for not declaring his assets. He was arrested on the eve of Hari Raya and thrown into the lockup for the night. During his arrest, which occurred in his office, they roughed him up as well.

    Rosli lodged a complaint about this rough treatment in his office in front of his staff and they responded by lodging a counter-complaint that the lawyer had been verbally abusive to the officers who had come to arrest him in his office on the eve of Hari Raya.

    But the CCD Director’s case is a very complex affair. It not only involves the Chinese crime syndicate and the links it has to the Malaysian police right up to the head honcho himself, the IGP. It also involves corruption, abuse of power, conflict of interest and mismanagement in Malaysia’s national airlines, MAS, which Ramli, as head of the CCD, had uncovered.

    Malaysia Today discovered that Rosli is, in fact, also acting for MAS. So both Rosli and Ramli are very intimate with the details of the corruption, abuse of power, conflict of interest and mismanagement -- which goes all the way up to those who walk in the corridors of power.

    The ‘crime’ that Ramli committed is that he detained a few underworld bosses linked to the police plus he opened a file and launched an investigation into the corruption, abuse of power, conflict of interest and mismanagement in MAS when the higher-ups told him not to. Why do the higher-ups want him to close the file on the Chinese crime syndicate as well as close the investigation on MAS and stamp these cases with NFA (no further action)?

    Well, Ramli refused to sweep the entire episode under the carpet. And because of that they came for him. And when he engaged a lawyer to defend him, and the lawyer successfully proved that the allegations against Ramli were unfounded, they came for the lawyer as well.

    Hishammuddin wants to do a walkabout on the streets of Kuala Lumpur to get to the bottom of the loan shark (ah long) problem. Actually he need not do that. He just needs to call for the file that was opened by Ramli and the whole (real) story would emerge as clear as daylight. The reason the ah long scourge can’t be eradicated is because any police office that dares ‘touch’ this case would be severely dealt with. Similarly, those who dare investigate corruption, abuse of power, conflict of interest and mismanagement in a GLC such as MAS that involves those who walk in the corridors of power would also be severely dealt with.

    And that is why crime and corruption in Malaysia can’t be eradicated. This is because the real crime bosses sit in Putrajaya.

    We are trying to get our hands on even more damaging evidence involving MAS from our contacts in Europe and we shall reveal in due course the extent of the abuse of power, conflict of interest, mismanagement and corruption involving those who walk in the corridors of power in Putrajaya.

    Stay tuned for the next episode where you shall see where your hard-earned tax money has gone to and why we no longer have money to develop this country the way it should be. Link here

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    Re: Police trial you don't read in the MSM - Framing of Ramli Yusuff

    If the police can do this to their own people and get away with it, are we safe anymore? We are now in a police state.

    Does the picture now become clearer?

    Posted by admin
    Monday, 02 November 2009 22:51

    So Musa Hassan put into place a plan to get rid of Ramli Yusuff. And he fabricated charges against Ramli Yusuff so that his successor could be removed. And this would also mean Musa Hassan does not need to retire but can stay on as IGP.


    Raja Petra Kamarudin

    That was the testimony of the then Director of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Dato' Yaacob Md Amin, during the Royal Commission of Inquiry in February/March 1999 that was held to investigate the Anwar Ibrahim beating. So it was not, as ex-IGP Rahim Noor said, a provocation. There was no provocation. And Ramli Yusuff, the man who helped to hold back Rahim Noor, said so.

    On 28 February 1999, Rahim Noor had no choice but to confess to beating Anwar who was handcuffed and blindfolded. And for that Rahim Noor was forced to resign from his post and subsequently spent two months in jail.

    For his 'crime' of revealing the truth, Ramli Yusuff was sent into cold storage. And his incompetent and bumbling subordinate, Musa Hassan, ‘overtook’ him and went on to become the new IGP. But Ramli Yusuff was later ‘rehabilitated’ after spending a stint in cold storage. And he was slotted to replace Musa Hassan as the new IGP once it is time for Musa Hassan to retire. Malaysiatoday....

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    Re: Police trial you don't read in the MSM Rosli Dahlan’s Trial : The Liar Kevi

    May 4, 2010

    Rosli Dahlan’s Trial : The Liar Kevin Morais buried in his lies!

    by Din Merican

    This morning I wrote a short piece about the lies perpetuated by the guardians of our institutions in newspapers, in parliament and even in the courts. I promised to report about Rosli Dahlan’s trial specifically because the mainstream media (MSM) have blacked out everything about this case. The reason why the MSM is doing a black out is quite simple. PDRM’s image as the principal law enforcement agency cannot be redeemed for so long as Musa Hassan is IGP. PDRM is a lost cause for now especially with the point blank shooting of 15 year old school boy, Amiruldin.

    The government needed a law enforcement agency with some credibility that can be used to attack the opposition as well as to stem the people’s frustrations with all the ills that is plaguing the country. Even sleepy head Abdullah Badawi realised that. So, they rebranded the ACA and called it the MACC, and rushed the MACC Act through Parliament. As in every rushed job, the leakages and defects started to show soon enough. In the case of the MACC, that it has become a monster is evident almost immediately. The MACC was used to bring down the PR Perak state government. The people were upset. Then Teoh Beng Hock was killed while in the MACC’s custody. The people became angry. To add insult to that death, the MACC tried to cover it up. The people are enraged. Confidence in the MACC is as good as gone.

    In that context, the Rosli Dahlan’s trial would expose the truth about the MACC. The facts and evidence would show that the MACC has become more rotten than PDRM. The government cannot afford that. The MACC cannot afford that. So the best way is to black any news about it as the expose’ in this case would put to waste all the PR efforts and the huge sums of money spent to rebuild the MACC’s image. And that is what I saw this morning observing the court proceedings from the public gallery.

    During the previous trial days in December 2009 and January 2010, the Deputy Director of Prosecution of the MACC, Anthony Kevin Morais, was already exposed as a liar. He twisted and turned on much of his testimony. When twisting and turning dug him into a deeper hole, he became evasive. This morning, upon realising that he cannot forever be evasive in answering questions from Rosli’s counsel, he used his subordinate, DPP Zulqarnain who conducted the case, to shield him from Dato’ Kumaraendran’s penetrative questions.

    The trial started with DPP Zulqarnain making a lengthy legal submission as to why Dato’ Kumaraendran should not be allowed to continue with the cross examination of Kevin Morais . DPP Zulqarnain quoted extensively Sarkar on Evidence, which according to him was the mother of all books (which made him sound like a losing Saddam Hussein), as to why Kevin should not be further punished as he had already spent 3 days on the witness stand. This invited a sharp retort from Dato’ Kumaraendran that DPP Zulqarnain was being disrespectful to the court by delivering his unsolicited lecture. Dato’ Kumaraendran also said that Kevin had only himself to blame for twisting and turning resulting in one question becoming ten questions, and which eventually became a tighter noose around the lying veins in his neck.

    Judge Abu Bakar Katar must have been revolted by the childish antics of these two senior MACC DPPs that he ordered the trial to proceed without wasting any more time. When asked if he was aware that in Dato’ Ramli’s trial Judge Gunalan had found that the s. 32 Notice issued against Dato Ramli to be bad in law, Kevin started a series of his evasive replies by answering “Tak Tahu” to all the questions. Kevin must have practised “Tak Tahu” like a parrot that he also answered “Tak Tahu” when asked if he knew that Dato’ Ramli had been acquitted by that court. This provoked Dato’ Kumaraendran to ask “You tak baca surat khabar kah?” to which he again answered “Tak tahu”. Dato Kumarendran sarcastically retorted “ Apa you tak tau baca kah?” and the reply was again “Tak Tahu”! The gallery burst out laughing!

    Dato’ Kumaraendran then methodically asked Kevin a series of more penetrating questions which showed that if Dato’ Ramli has been fully acquitted without his defence being called, and if there is no predicated offence by the principal actor, how could a subsidiary charge against Rosli be sustainable? Suddenly, Kevin’s amnesiac “ Tak Tahu” ended with an arrogant reply – “We have appealed, so the charge against Rosli can still proceed!”. A very intelligent and firm reply indeed.

    However, to the observers at the public gallery, Kevin’s answers were so ridiculous. Here was the Deputy Director of Prosecution of the MACC appearing as a witness saying that he did not know what was said by the other witnesses in Dato’ Ramli’s trial. Here was the Deputy Director of Prosecution of the MACC saying that he did not know what was said by and the findings of the Judge in Dato’ Ramli’s trial. Here was the Deputy Director of Prosecution of the MACC being contemptuously evasive and he was tolerated by the Court. Here was the Deputy Director of Prosecution of the MACC who simply can’t be bothered with the consequences of his actions. He couldn’t be bothered that he had destroyed the life and family of innocent citizens. And how do we justify entrusting into the hands of people like Kevin Morais the valuable institutions of our country?

    Kevin’s conduct was simply repulsive. When asked about Rosli’s unlawful arrest; how his office was stormed; the brutality he suffered; his bloodied wrist; why he was not allowed to lodge a police report and seek medical attention; why his wife and children were refused access to see him; why he was thrown into lock-up on a Ramadan night; what is the urgency of charging Rosli one day before Hari Raya 2007, Kevin couldn’t be bothered. He was not bothered that the charge against Rosli was not for corruption. He was not bothered that none of the information connected Rosli to any wrong doing.

    All he was bothered was that he carried out his instructions. And his instructions came from his superior, Dato’ Nordin Hassan, that Rosli had acted for and rendered assistance to Dato’ Ramli. That Rosli was the stumbling block to the conspiracy by IGP Musa Hassan and A-G Gani Patail to use the MACC to bring down and eliminate Dato’ Ramli from PDRM. As a stumbling log, therefore Rosli Dahlan must also be brought down.

    That was the biggest mistake Kevin made. In the next sweeping questions, Dato’ Kumaraendran exposed that Dato’ Nordin Hassan too had benefitted from Rosli’s services. That in 1998 Dato’ Nordin Hassan had asked Rosli to act in a long unresolved family dispute over land inheritance dating back to 1956. That in 2000, Rosli Dahlan had secured payment from the government amounting to RM 6.5 million and then distributed that money to Dato’ Nordin Hassan’s family under the terms of a Settlement Agreement. That begets the question, how was it that when Rosli rendered services resulting in recovery of RM 6.5 million for the family of Dato’ Nordin Hassan, Rosli was said to be acting perfectly legal? How was it that when Rosli rendered legal services to Dato’ Ramli Yussuff over similar Islamic Hibbah and estate planning matters, suddenly Rosli became a crooked lawyer? This is something for Dato’ Abu Kassim and the MACC Advisory Panel to ponder on.

    The next part of the trial saw both DPP Zulqarnain and Kevin Morais ferociously trying to block any questions relating to Dato’ Nordin Hassan. Why were they shielding Dato’ Nordin Hassan? Word has it that Dato’ Nordin Hassan is eyeing the A-G’s post after Gani Patail steps down. Word in Kevin Morais’ close circle is that he expects to be elevated to be a High Court Judge. Therefore, if you are in the Judicial and Legal Service, you will need friends in high and powerful places. How do you think VK Linggam was caught on tape lobbying for such positions for his allies and friends. Because that is how things work in Malaysia!

    That is what I want Malaysians to know and realize – that we need upright and incorrupt intellectuals leading our public institutions. Not mediocre characters who cannot stand on their own merits. The case of Dato’ Ramli and Rosli Dahlan is a study in the contrast. Compare the achievements of Dato’ Ramli against Musa Hassan and we see that contrast.

    As for people like Kevin Morais, he must be exposed so that he can never helm any high public office or institutions which require the highest integrity. I hope that Judge Abu Bakar Katar would expose Kevin Morais for the liar that he is throughout this trial. Judge Abu Bakar Katar needs to only see how Judge Gunalan had discredited Kevin’s notice as invalid against Dato’ Ramli Yusuff. He should be as courageous as the Sabah Judge Supang Lian, who had denounced IGP Musa Hassan as an incredible witness whose testimony is not to be believed, and denounce Kevin as a liar and bury him with all his lies.” Din Merican.

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    Re: Police trial - Rosli Dahlan's judge switched at last minute

    This is getting very serious and blatant. How can a judge who has been hearing the case up to the last witness be replaced by another judge just like that?

    Din Merican's blog:

    June 28, 2010
    THE TRICKERIES AND ANTICS OF MACC: What I saw today 28 June 2010 in the Jalan Duta Courts

    by Din Merican

    “The judicial process which is a part of democratic process, therefore, is the struggle of the small man against the overpowering influence of the big, politically as well as financially.” : Justice D.M. Dharmadhikari, Supreme Court of India

    After writing my piece yesterday about the change of Judge in the Trial of Rosli Dahlan, I was determined to be present in court this morning to observe the proceedings. Before that, I decided to check out how this recent development would prejudice Rosli.

    Reproduced below is what a fellow blogger and respected counsel, Art Harun said:

    First of all, I do not (know) why they are changing the Judge. This is definitely odd. The practice is, when a trial is at an advanced stage, and when countless hours have been spent on a trial, a Judge will not be changed. Even if he is transferred away, he would be asked to continue to preside over the case.

    This is because he is the best person to judge the testimony, either to its admissibility or most importantly, to the weight to be given to a piece of testimony (we call it “probative value of the evidence”).

    This is because the Judge would have seen and observed the witness and his body language, his temperament, he refusal or willingness to answer a question and if he answers, his demeanor while answering. All these will be in his head. He decides whether to believe a witness and if he believes, how much he would believe that witness based on all those things.Nobody else can do that but him. Because he was there.

    If Rozillah (the new judge) takes over, she would have to start de novo (meaning, all over again). Otherwise she would be handicapped because she did not have the opportunity to observe Kevin Morais and the rest of the bumbling clowns who the prosecution is calling “witnesses”.

    If she did not start de novo, she would have to rely on the notes taken by the former Judge. That is not good because she would not know the demeanour of the witnesses who were giving evidence. She would not see the sweat that ran down Kevin’s face, nor the awkward smile of whoever who was giving evidence.

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    Stop the Fabrications and Lies

    Stop the Fabrications and Lies
    38 Votes, Din Merican
    August 11, 2010
    Attorney-General, IGP & MACC Chief: Stop The Fabrications and Lies

    by Din Merican

    Sodomy 2 is a lost cause

    Never Give Up Hope

    Teoh Beng Hock’s Suicide Note: The Mother of All Fabrications
    members get them so easily.

    Gani’s Modus Operandi, IGP’s Badge of Deceit and MACC’s SOP

    “ I say it again, resign. Take the blame, do it honourably. If this can happen with Teoh’s case, what about other cases and prosecutions?”
    Sabah Case against Dato’ Ramli failed

    Kuala Lumpur Case also failed

    Recent Persecution of Dato’ Ramli Yusuff in the Court of Judge SM Komathy

    What is so clear is that Malaysians can no longer trust the highest law enforcement officers of this country. It is time we say to the Home Minister Dato’ Hishammuddin Hussein Onn- on the grave of your father , do the honorable thing. Don’t you dare extend Musa Hassan‘s contract.

    It is time we say to the faces of Gani Patail, Musa Hassan and Abu Kassim – Stop these lies and fabrications. It is time we say to them –Resign Now! dinmerican.

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    Re: Police trial - Ex-senior cop Ramli beats another graft charge

    This case is linked with Rosli Dahlan's case.

    Ex-senior cop Ramli beats another graft charge

    By Debra Chong
    August 20, 2010

    Ramli (right) was once the IGP’s supervisor. — file pic

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 20 — Former Bukit Aman commercial crimes chief Datuk Ramli Yusoff was today freed of corruption charges by the Sessions Court here, which will likely spark intense speculation over his future role as a possible candidate to be the country’s top police officer.

    Ramli had been tried over a charge of being involved in business while still a civil servant.

    He was accused of being a director of an agriculture-based company, Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd, when he was a police commissioner and CCID director on May 2, 2006.

    Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Musa Hassan’s impending retirement has been followed closely with speculation that his former supervisor and rival for the top post, Ramli, may make a comeback after the latter was cleared of other graft charges by a separate Sessions Court in March this year.

    Ramli’s acquittal had sparked intense speculation surrounding his future because his relationship with Musa is understood to have been soured by events prior to his prosecution.

    A number of uncorroborated reports had also emerged on the Internet in recent years alleging the involvement of the criminal underworld in events leading to Ramli being charged with corruption.

    Ramli was the nation’s third-most senior police officer until his suspension.Ex-senior cop TheMalaysiaInsider....

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    Re: Police trial - DATUK RAMLI YUSOFF - FREE AT LAST!


    8/20/2010 05:45:00 PM Lovingly unplugged by masterwordsmith

    Barely half an hour ago, Malayskini reported HERE that Former federal commercial crime investigation department chief Ramli Yusoff was acquitted of a charge for breaching laws preventing civil servants from being involved in private businesses.

    Kuala Lumpur High Court judge SM Komathy Suppiah said that the prosecution had failed to prove a prima facie case as there was no evidence to prove that he was a director Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd on May 2, 2006. She said that even if that point was proven, the prosecution did not present any evidence to show that he was engaged in any form of trading while in his alleged capacity as a director of the said company.

    Ramli was charged for violated the Public Officers' (Conduct and Discpline) Regulations 2002 which is an offence under Section 168 of the Penal Code. If convicted, Ramli could have been jailed for one year, fined or both.

    This is the last of several cases brought against him in 2007, which he hinted was part of a wide conspiracy to ruin him. He was acquitted of all charges.

    Background of the case

    * 1 November 2007 - Datuk Ramli Yusoff reported at the headquarters of the Anti-Corruption came with BMW car with four lawyers.
    He was indicted by the ACA for possession of assets worth RM27 million.

    * 2 November 2007 - Ramli Yusuff was suspended from his duties, be detained until the court's decision on his case.

    * 1 November 2007 - The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) accused Ramli Yusuff at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court , Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur of three charges. He pleaded not guilty to three charges and was released on bail of RM20, 000 in one surety pending trial 15 to January 19, 2008. Judge Komathy Suppiah to hear his case at 3:30 pm.

    You can read up more on the background at THIS LINK which is a translation of Wikipedia's page on Ramli Yusoff.

    On March 18th this year, Bernama reported HERE that the High Court here today dismissed an appeal by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) against a Sessions Court’s decision to acquit and discharge former Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Ramli Yusoff, on a charge of ordering the use of a police aircraft for his personal interest, nearly three years ago.

    “After going through the relevant evidence and the grounds of judgement by the Sessions Court judge, I find she (sessions judge) was not wrong. Therefore, I hereby dismiss the appeal,” Justice Datuk Abdul Rahman Sebli said.

    In MACC’s bid to overturn the judgement, Deputy Public Prosecutor Ahmad Bache said the sessions court judge failed to appreciate the application of the law under which Ramli, a former Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Department director, was charged.

    On July 27 last year, judge Supang Lian said the prosecution failed to prove a prima facie case and Ramli, 57, deserved to be acquitted and discharged.

    The 59-day hearing between May 13, 2008 and July 6 last year saw the prosecution, represented by DPPs Kevin Morais and Joyce Blasius, calling 75 witnesses.

    Ramli, who was then represented by Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah and James Tsai, was charged on Nov 19, 2007 on charges that he had abused his powers as Bukit Aman Commercial Crimes Department director for his pecuniary gain by ordering and using a Royal Malaysia Police Cessna Caravan aircraft to take him on an aerial surveillance of two lots in Ulu Tungku, Lahad Datu, in which his real estate company Kinsajaya Sdn Bhd had an interest.

    The offence was allegedly committed at about 7.50am on June 15, 2007 at the Sabah Police Air Unit in Tanjung Aru near here.

    Ramli pleaded not guilty to the offence which, upon conviction, carries a jail term of not more than 20 years and a minimum fine of RM10,000 under Section 15 (1) of the Anti-Corruption Act, and was released on bail of RM20,000 with one surety.

    He was however discharged and acquitted in 2009 by the Kota Kinabalu Sessions court of abusing his power as the Bukit Aman CCID director for his pecuniary gain.

    The Kuala Lumpur Sessions court freed Ramli in March this year from three charges of failing the declare his assets, finding that the MACC-led prosecution could not prove a prima facie case against the former top-cop.

    Throughout the ordeal, Ramli maintained allegations that the then Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) had mistreated officers in the CCID and that the police had failed to stand by him and his officers over the course of the ACA's investigations.

    With this, Datuk Ramli Yusoff is now a ‘free man’ and many of us still remember his allegation that the charges against him were fixed.

    For almost three years, he has not been able to serve in the police force and the nation has been deprived of his experience, talent and commitment.

    This is what Datuk Muhamad said in his blog HERE about Datuk Ramli Yusoff:

    Stories of him being a victim of some trampled up charges and false allegations are being repeatedly posted in the internet, but are silent in the mainstream media. Even the appearance of the IGP as a prosecution witness did not appeal to the Judge. Obviously, the IGP wasn’t a good prosecution witness, and this had raised the perception in the minds of those who were following the case closely, that the allegation against Ramli is flawed. One can be forgiven if they now perceive that the IGP is himself the ‘mastermind’ to this whole affair i.e. a campaign of deceit and ruthless character assassination.

    Ramli now has the chance to redeem himself, and to rebuild his character of a highly regarded and professional police officer that he once was. He may not be able to serve the force any longer because of his age, but the least he could do is to gain back what he had lost i.e. honour and dignity, and including all that is due to him monetarily. Certainly, he cannot be robbed of his pension and gratuity.

    I have many friends in the police force, and what they say of this case is one that had brought shame to the police force. They are not too happy to see the third highest ranking police officer being treated like an outcast and shunned like a convicted person. Certainly, Ramli must have done something good for the force; otherwise he would not have been elevated to such a towering post in the force. This is where the force had failed him, and there is therefore every reason for Ramli to be ‘sour’ and angry.

    I do not know how the ministry will react to Ramli’s demand for reinstatement of his lost honour and dignity, and the two years that he has been placed in oblivion. There can be no amount of money to compensate for Ramli’s losses, and even an apology from the IGP would mean little to Ramli.
    Will he be given what he rightly deserves? Will he ascend to the position he rightly deserves by virtue of his experience, caliber and character?

    This is indeed a blessing for Datuk Ramli Yusoff and his family during this Ramadhan season. May the Almighty continue to bless and protect him and his loved ones. Malaysia-today....
    Last edited by pywong; 23rd August 2010 at 07:29 PM. Reason: law, police

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    Re: Police trial - DATUK RAMLI YUSOFF - Tan Sri Ismail Omar named IGP from Sept 13

    The unkindest cut of all. After being persecuted for more than 4 years, Datuk Ramli Yusoff is denied his chance to be the IGP. The post should be his by seniority and capability.

    Tan Sri Ismail Omar named IGP from Sept 13

    (The Star) KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar will succeed Tan Sri Musa Hassan as the IGP on Sept 13.

    The new deputy IGP will be Datuk Hussin Ismail, who is now the Director of Internal Security and Public Order.

    Ismail, was born on May 17, 1953, in Kulim, Kedah, and joined the police force as an inspector in 1971.

    He holds a law degree from the International Islamic University Malaysia.

    Ismail was an investigating officer at the Seremban police headquarters in 1972 before he was transferred to the Ipoh police contingent in 1977.

    In 1983, he was promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Police and posted to the Federal police headquarters as one of the officers in-charge in disciplinary investigations.

    He was made the prosecuting officer in Ipoh in 1994 before being promoted as Seberang Prai Tengah OCPD in 1996.

    In 1999 he was promoted to ranks of Asst Commissioner of Police and was made head of the CID Legal/Prosecution Affairs in Bukit Aman.

    He then moved up the ranks and was made assistant CID director in 2004 with the rank of Senior Asst Comm (11).

    His hard work and perseverance in carrying out his duties diligently saw him being promoted as the deputy director of the Narcotics Crimes Investigations Department in 2005 with the rank of Senior Asst Comm(1).

    Again Ismail proved he could handle the job and in 2005 he was promoted to Deputy Commissioner of Police and was tasked to head the Selangor police contingent as In 2006 Ismail was promoted and made director of management with the rank of Commissioner.

    Hardly a year later he was appointed as deputy Inspector General of Police. Malaysia-today....

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    Re: Police trial - The IGP finally bites the dust

    The IGP finally bites the dust

    Thursday, 02 September 2010 Super Admin

    That was the last straw. There was no way Najib could tolerate all this any longer. First you say that Raja Petra Kamarudin is untouchable and immune from prosecution or extradition. Then the judge in Sabah calls you a bare-face liar. Now you tell me that Saiful somehow got his own sperm up his arse and that the so-called ‘suicide note’ was not written by Teoh Beng Hock but by the I.O.


    Raja Petra Kamarudin

    It started back in 2007. Musa Hassan, the IGP, was due to retire that year. To make sure that he could stay on, he got rid of the competition in the form of the CCID Director, Ramli Yusuff.

    Malaysia Today then published Statutory Declarations signed by half a dozen police officers, the IGP’s own ADC, and two underworld figures. Story after story was generated about the IGP’s links with the underworld. In fact, reported Malaysia Today, the IGP not only has links with the underworld he is the Godfather of the prostitution, gambling, drugs and loan shark syndicate.

    Instead of taking action against the IGP, the whistleblowers were persecuted. Most were cited for breach of discipline and were dragged before the disciplinary board for beheading. Some were arrested and detained in the lockup.

    The brutal retaliation against police officers whom exposed corruption in the police force sent shivers down every officer’s spine. In one case in Kuantan, the wife and children of a police officer were kidnapped by the MACC. They then made a phone call to the police officer concerned and told him that if he wanted to secure his family’s release then he must make a statement cancelling his earlier statement.

    Both the police officer and the wife made police reports about this kidnapping. You can guess what happened after that. Yes, that’s right, NFA.

    This appears to be the SOP of Malaysia’s uniformed agencies. Is it any surprise that P.I. Balasubramanian was also subjected to the same?

    Musa Hassan could afford to run around like Wyatt Earp in Dodge City because he held both the previous Prime Minister as well as the current Prime Minister by the short and curly.

    The previous Prime Minister had instructed Malaysia’s national airline company, MAS, to give the lucrative catering business to his own family. And the stupid chap gave that order in writing -- not like Dr Mahathir Mohamad who will only dish out verbal instructions so that no one can pin anything on him. And then there were the Oil-for-Food and nuclear centrifuge export to Libya issues as well. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was in real deep shit and only Musa can save his sorry arse.

    As for the current Prime Minister, according to the Honorary Mongolian Consul to Malaysia, Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi, the IGP had in his possession the photograph of Najib Tun Razak together with Razak Baginda and Altantuya Shaariibuu taken at her birthday party in Singapore. Altantuya’s cousin, Amy, in fact, confirmed this in her testimony during the murder trial.

    Musa had served his purpose and had outlived his usefulness. In 1998 he was in charge of fabricating evidence against Anwar Ibrahim. In 2008 he did the same thing in what is now known as Sodomy II, a déjà vu of sorts. He also covered the backsides of three Prime Ministers -- Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, and Najib Tun Razak.

    However, there is just so much he can get away with in spite of all this loyal and extracurricular service. When he begins to fail to deliver then it is time he be put out to pasture.

    His first failure was failing to deliver Raja Petra Kamarudin. In mid-2009, he confidentially announced that Raja Petra will be back behind bars by or before October 2009.

    That was more than a year ago. Till today Raja Petra is still free and is mocking the Malaysian government.

    Strike One!

    Next he framed the ex-CCID Director, Ramli Yusuff. It was so badly handled that he personally had to take the witness stand in Kota Kinabalu to testify against Ramli. The judge, however, said that Musa was lying to his teeth (although in a more diplomatic manner) and Ramli was acquitted without his defence being called -- not once, but three times.

    This has greatly embarrassed the government and not only does it add weight to the allegation that Ramli was set up -- and by the top cop on top of that -- but it also confirms that this is the modus operandi of the Malaysian government. Now, when Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin scream that they have been set up, not a single soul would have any doubt.

    Strike Two!

    But the last one is the mother of all screw-ups. Actually, it’s a double screw-up.

    With his tail between his legs he went to see the Prime Minister to confess to these two major screw-ups. This first screw-up was the matter of the so-called sperm in Saiful Bukhari Azlan’s anus. What the IPG had originally told the PM was that, according to the DNA test, the sperm in Saiful’s anus is Anwar’s. However, now, after further tests, it appears like it is Saiful’s own sperm.

    How the hell did Saiful get his own sperm up his anus? That was what the PM screamed at the IGP. The IGP just shrugged his shoulders and was at a lost for words.

    And just when Najib thought that that was the worst news yet, the IGP dropped another bombshell. And this last bombshell is that the so-called suicide note that Teoh Beng Hock wrote was actually written by the investigating officer (I.O.).

    That was it. That was the last straw. There was no way Najib could tolerate all this any longer. First you say that Raja Petra Kamarudin is untouchable and immune from prosecution or extradition. Then the judge in Sabah calls you a bare-face liar. Now you tell me that Saiful somehow got his own sperm up his arse and that the so-called ‘suicide note’ was not written by Teoh Beng Hock but by the I.O.

    Strike Three!

    And as they say, strike three and you’re out. So out goes Musa Hassan and in comes his replacement. Well, let me warn this new IGP that we are watching him like a hawk. And if he screws up like Musa did then we are going for his arse. But then, no one can ever screw up the way Musa did, not in a thousand years. Musa is one-in-a-million. Malaysia-today....

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