Thursday, February 4, 2010

Haunted by the specter of Teoh Beng Hock?

SHAH ALAM, Feb 4 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) moved its Selangor head office from Plaza Masalam to Wisma PKPS last month, but officials said it had nothing to do with the death of Selangor government political aide Teoh Beng Hock.

View from 14th floor window at the former MACC office in Plaza Masalam
A top MACC official said the move was to serve the public better as advised by one of its advisory panels.

“The new office is more accessible than the one in Plaza Masalam,” the official told The Malaysian Insider.

Last month MACC Selangor quietly moved to new premises on the 7th floor of Wisma PKPS

The 30-year-old Teoh was found dead on the 5th floor of Plaza Masalam last July 16 after he was interrogated overnight in connection with suspected abuse of state funds by lawmakers from the Pakatan Rakyat state government. An inquest into his death will resume on February 19th.
MACC was quick to label Teoh's death a "suicide." They also hinted that hired thugs may have killed him.
The MACC Selangor headquarters was located on the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam. The new office is on the 7th floor of Wisma PKPS which is opposite the Blue Wave Hotel in Shah Alam town centre.

[Source: The Malaysian Insider]

Teoh haunts Plaza Masalam… literally

Retribution for the murderers of TBH and all those who blatantly try to cover it up, is at hand.

The tragic case of Teoh Beng Hock has taken a supernatural twist, with three individuals reportedly having seen his spirit roaming in the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s Selangor headquarters in Shah Alam.

According to China Press, his apparition was spotted on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam, where his remains were found, and on the 14th floor, where the MACC office is located.

The report said a security guard and two MACC officers had bumped into the spectre.

The sightings took place sometime in October, more than two months after the 30-year-old’s death. The security guard, who wished to remain anonymous, said he did not see Teoh’s face, but the apparition was clad in the same clothes which the deceased had worn when he came to the MACC office.

“I saw his dead body after the fall. I am sure that it was Teoh even though I could only see him from the back,” he said, adding that the incident happened around 6.30pm.
Recalling the spine tingling encounter, the security guard said he went to the washroom located on the fifth floor where he suddenly heard footsteps. The other officers were not on duty at the time.

“I had a strange feeling. Usually at that time, nobody would be around. So I walked out of the toilet… then I saw a man in front of the lift, he was wearing a black coat and white pants,” he said.
At that point, it did not strike the security guard that this could be Teoh’s spirit.

“I asked where he was going as no one was upstairs. He just answered ‘I am going upstairs’, the lift door opened and he went in.

“That was when I thought it could be Teoh, so I rushed to the security room to check the CCTV and saw there was nobody in the lift,” he said.

Another encounter
The security guard also related the experience of a MACC officer.

“He was sitting on the sofa watching TV when he suddenly felt something biting his neck, and when he checked, he found a red mark on his neck.

“When he was sitting in the reception area, he saw Teoh walk out from the office.

“Then the officer felt as if someone was pulling his leg. He got scared and rushed out,” he said.

Following this, the security guard said the officer requested for a transfer to the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya and “never came back.”

Teoh, who was the former aide to Selangor exco Ean Yong Hian Wah, was found dead after a marathon questioning session by MACC officers which dragged into the wee hours of the morning.

Although the official version is that Teoh had committed suicide, his family refused to believe that the father-to-be, who was slated to get married the next day, would take his own life.

Following a massive public outcry, the government ordered for an inquest to be held to determine the cause of death.

Teoh’s remains were exhumed for a second post-mortem after renowned Thai pathologist Porntip Rojasunand made the startling revelation that there is an 80 percent probability of homicide.

The inquest continues on December 9th.

A Comment on Malaysia Today:
Unfinished business could make a soul remain on Earth instead of progressing to where it should go. Obviously Teoh’s soul is crying out for Justice and he wants his name cleared of all alleged wrong-doings. Probably he is also worried about his wife and child she is expecting. May his soul rest in peace. A win in the next GE13 will set his soul free!

“The Chinese believe that if you die unjustly and violently (yuen wong) the soul/spirit of the deceased would not leave this earthly place and would haunt and linger around the place where her/his death occurs eternally until justice is done or his/her spirit is appeased. Now you know why the spirit of TBH is haunting Plaza Masalam. There will be more sightings and uneasy feelings experienced by people who are extra sensitive to such phenomenon. It is a way of the deceased’s spirit telling the us that she/he is yearning for justice and to set his/her spirit free.”

[Source: Anak Bangsa Malaysia]