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    Kugan’s mother lodges police report against Serdang Hospital doctor

    The arrogance of the Hospital Director is unbelievable and typical of Bolehland civil servants. They have been in power for too long and need to take a well-deserved rest in Kamunting.

    Kugan’s mother lodges police report against Serdang Hospital doctor
    By Neville Spykerman

    PETALING JAYA, March 6 — The significant differences between the first and second post-mortem reports on A. Kugan have his mother crying foul.

    A police report was lodged today by Kugan’s mother N. Indra, 40, at the Petaling Jaya police district headquarters.

    Both post-mortem reports have been read and explained to me by my lawyers and there are serious differences,” she said in her police report.


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    Khalid Samad: Outdoing Abu Ghraib

    These are the symptoms of a state heading towards failure. Any decent leader would have resigned to take responsibility for this fiasco. Expect our Bolehland leaders and collaborators to hang tooth and nail to their positions.

    Outdoing Abu Ghraib

    MARCH 7 — The second autopsy report carried out on the body of A. Kugan was released on Thursday. It confirms without a shadow of a doubt that he was tortured and died as a result of this torture. The torture sustained by him was mind-boggling and only a sick mind can even begin to understand the reasons why it was done. How anyone can do something as terrible as this to another human being is beyond comprehension.

    He was tortured continuously for six days, starved, beaten and branded like a cow. We do not treat even animals this way where pain is inflicted purely for the pleasure of it. How could this be carried out in the premises of the police itself? How could it happen without the knowledge of the other police personnel, especially the officers and the OCPD themselves? Are prisoners or detainees handed over to the interrogators and no supervision is undertaken whatsoever?


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    Kugan Post-mortem: MMA - Doctors must be objective

    Doctors must be objective; not influenced by authorities

    Posted by admin
    Tuesday, 10 March 2009 12:21

    by Tan Yi Liang, The Sun

    Doctors must always be objective when conducting examinations and not be influenced by any authority, Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Datuk Khoo Kah Lin said today.

    "The MMA has always maintained that doctors must be objective in their examinations, and the reports that they issue,"
    said Khoo, who expressed concerns over the discrepancies in the two autopsy reports of suspected thief A.Kugan who died on Jan 20 in police custody.

    "The conflict in autopsy reports relating to Kugan has caused Malaysians to speculate on the reasons for the contrasting differences. So glaring are the differences between the reports that the first pathologist appears incompetent, at the very least," said Khoo.


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    Re: Kugan Died in Police Custody - 3 months already, no action.

    Why is AG Shying away from Kugan's Murderers

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    Friday, 24 April 2009 12:25

    By P. Waytha Moorthy (Hindraf Chairman)

    It has been three months since the murder of Kugan in police custody, yet there has not been a single charge forthcoming from the AG’s office for the murder.

    The travesty of justice for a Malaysian Indian is so obvious in this episode of events even when the murder took place in police custody. How difficult is it to ascertain this murder unless it is again a protracted attempt by the police department in cohort with the AG’s office to suppress justice against a Malaysian Indian.


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    Re: Kugan - Deciphering Kugan's post-mortem reports

    Deciphering Kugan's post-mortem reports

    Johan Ganong | May 3, 09 7:59am

    Helen Ang’s compelling column article ‘Placating Kugan’s ghost’ raised a valid question about the bewildering amount of medical jargon used by Health Ministry director-general Dr Mohd Ismail Merican when the ministry presented the findings of its official inquiry into the cause of Kugan Ananthan’s death.

    It is a matter of national importance, as well as personal importance for Kugan’s bereaved family, to try to shed some light into the dense fog generated by all the medical jargons.


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    Re: Kugan - Nobody wants to answer for the delay in charging the police killers

    Kugan’s death: Questions unanswered
    By Neville Spykerman

    SHAH ALAM, May 15 — The police have already wrapped up their investigations into the death A. Kugan who died in their custody almost five months ago.

    The suspected car thief was arrested on Jan 15 but died at the USJ 8 police lock-up five days later.

    Datuk Seri Bakri Mohd Zinin said: “It’s up to the Attorney-General's Chambers to charge.”

    The visibly-annoyed Criminal Investigations Department director said the police were only tasked with investigating the case.

    “Which press are you from? Why are you asking me?” he retorted when asked for an update on the murder case this morning.

    Earlier, 11 policemen were transferred to desk duty at the Selangor police headquarters after the death but questions on who is responsible for the death of the 22-year-old suspect remain unanswered.

    When contacted, Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail did not want to comment. “I am not going to say anything, I am at a meeting,” he said. More…

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    Re: Kugan case proceeds ... without a judge!

    The antics of the judiciary and the attorney general's office will become clear once we study the Mental Model of the UMNO War Machine. They are all in cahoots to maintain UMNO's hold on power, and protecting the police from prosecution is one of the tactics to keep them free to perform their duties to control the Rats and keep them in check.

    http://Kugan case proceeds ... without a judge!
    By YENG AI CHUN Thurs July 2, 2009 MYT 6:40:00 PM

    KUALA LUMPUR: The judge might have been away, but this did not stop the
    prosecution and the defence from arguing their case in the High Court here

    It was supposed to have been the first day of hearing for the return of
    documents, tissue samples and bodily fluids of suspected car thief A. Kugan
    who died while in police custody, but Justice Muhamad Ideres Muhamad Rapee
    was away in Kedah.

    Nevertheless, the prosecution and the defence carried on with their
    arguments before a stunned court official.

    Senior assistant registrar Azlinda Ahmad Sharif tried to intervene to
    explain that she could not hear any kind of arguments in the absence of the
    judge, but her words were drowned out by the heated exchange between Deputy
    Public Prosecutor Noorin Badaruddin and defence lawyer N. Surendran.

    The war of words between the two started when Surendran asked Noorin to
    clarify her grounds to get the case thrown out on technical grounds.

    Noorin replied that there was no need for her to do that as the prosecution'
    s ground had been clearly stated.

    Surendran insisted that he must be given specific grounds to enable him to

    Noorin then repeated that the three grounds of the prosecution's objection
    have been clearly stated.

    However, she said she would "happily" provide further clarification if

    In the end, no order was given on the matter as the exchange between the two
    was not considered a real proceeding.

    The hearing was postponed to July 15.

    Kugan's mother N. Indra, 41, who was also present Thursday, had filed a
    notice of motion and a supporting affidavit through her lawyer for the
    return of his samples on May 28.

    Indra is asking the High Court to set aside and/ or cancel a search warrant
    issued by the Petaling Jaya Magistrates Court for the search and seizure at
    the pathologist's office on April 6.

    Outside the courtroom, Surendran hit out at the Attorney-General for the
    delay in prosecuting whoever was responsible for Kugan's death.

    "We hold the A-G responsible because the power to prosecute is his," he told

    He said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri
    Abdul Aziz's statement that the authorities were waiting for the results of
    a probe carried out by the Malaysian Medical Council should not have any
    bearing on the issue.

    The probe, he said, was on the professional conduct of the first pathologist
    and had nothing to do with finding out who was responsible for Kugan's

    Quest to reclaim Kugan's samples foiled
    Wong Pheak Zern & Emily Chow | Jul 2, 09 4:37pm

    The family of deceased A. Kugan was once again left disappointed. The judge
    hearing the application for the return of his seized blood and tissue
    samples was away outstation so the case was postponed this morning.

    Counsel for the family N.Surendren, said this to reporters outside the
    courtroom, on his behalf senior assistant registrar Azlinda binti Ahmad
    Sharif adjourned the hearing to July 15.

    "The hearing was postponed because of the preliminary objections raised on
    technical grounds by Deputy Public Prosecutor Noorin Badaruddin against the
    Kugan family's application," he said.

    Surendran added that they were disappointed with the DPP for raising
    the objections without clearly specifying what the technical grounds were.

    "They wanted to catch us by surprise, as it is standard practice for the
    lawyer of one side to provide details of their objections to the opposing
    lawyer," said Surendren.

    However, Noorin told reporters that she had already laid down the grounds
    for her objections on paper.

    Police detained Kugan, 22, for alleged car theft early this year. He died
    five days later in their custody.

    "Illegal seizure"

    The first post-mortem report by Dr. Abdul Karim Tajuddin at the Serdang
    Hospital gave fluid in the lungs as the cause of death.

    However, the second post-mortem carried out by University Hospital's Dr
    Prashant N. Samberkar revealed that Kugan was severely beaten up resulting
    in kidney failure and death.

    Currently, the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) is probing Dr. Karim
    Tajuddin's professional conduct in relation to the cause of Kugan's death in
    the first post-mortem report. The investigation, which was originally
    scheduled for June 19, had been postponed to August 21.

    On April 6, police seized Kugan's blood and tissue samples, documents and
    even Dr Preshant's handwritten notes from the University Hospital's
    Pathology Department.

    However, according to Surendran, no reason was given for the action.

    "The seizure was illegal, because those samples were required for Dr
    Prashant to complete his post mortem examination," he said.

    Surendran added, "The police knew that the toxicology reports were not
    completed yet. This poses a question: did they not want the report to be
    completed? If so, why?"

    Surendran also expressed frustration over Law Minister Mohamad Nazri Abdul
    Aziz's statement regarding Kugan's case.

    MMC probe unrelated to hearing

    Nazri had stated previously that nobody would be charged before August 21,
    as the MMC inquiry on Dr. Karim Tajuddin had yet to start.

    "This is an absurd reason, this (MMC probe) has nothing to do with whether
    or not the policemen who killed Kugan should be charged. These are two
    completely different things," Surendran said.

    Kugan's family, including his mother N. Indra and relative S. Renuga, were
    also present at the court this morning and expressed their anger at the

    "The police have no right to kill people like that. There is no evidence for
    Kugan's alleged crimes. Where are the cars that he had stolen?" Renuga

    Surendran also expressed his disappointment with the attorney general (AG),
    Abdul Gani Patail.

    He said that the AG should have let the court decide whether or not the
    police should have seized the samples and should the samples be returned to
    University Hospital.

    "Instead of doing this, the DPP raised objections without going into the
    matter (of the samples) fully. This shows that the AG is not playing a
    straight game here. He is not interested in establishing justice." he said.

    "Even though there is a complete lack of transparency, we will fight all the
    way to the highest court to get justice for Kugan's family." said Surendran.

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    Re: Kugan Died in Police Custody - now it's only grevious hurt

    After all the cover-up and tampering with Kugan's body, it is now only grevious hurt? Only one constable involved in all those acts?

    The tools of UMNO's War Dogs must be protected at all costs. UMNO needs to do better than that.

    Cop claims trial to hurting Kugan

    UPDATE 2
    By Neville Spykerman

    PETALING JAYA, Oct 1 — Policeman V. Navindran today claimed trial to two counts of causing grievous hurt to extract information or a confession from suspected car thief A. Kugan, who died in police custody last Jan 20.

    The 28-year-old constable is accused of committing the offences at 7am and again at 4pm on Jan 1 at the serious crime interrogation room at the USJ Taipan police station. TheMalaysiaInsider....

    Gross Travesty Of Justice in Kugan's case.

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    Re: Kugan Died in Police Custody - Constable: I saw Navindran hitting Kugan

    Constable: I saw Navindran hitting Kugan

    PETALING JAYA, April 5 — A constable told the Sessions Court today that he saw accused Constable V. Navindran hitting car theft suspect A. Kugan, who died while in police custody. TheMalaysiaInsider....

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