He is Dato Eskay.
The guy who sue Dato Yahya Jalil on Jambatan Bengkok.Now case in High Court.
Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik.
I am not sure.
But the police officer invite Johari MP for Sungai Petani to Hotel Flamingo Ampang to view the Video. The IGP must come clean of this.Otherwise the police credibility at stake.
Dato Shuib Lazim.
He try to convince Johari to leave PKR.They promise him million.
WHO ARE THESE INDIVIDUALS?
Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah
".... Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, the plaintiff in the case had filed the suit in January 2002, claiming a breach of contract by defendants Merong Mahawangsa Sdn Bhd and Datuk Yahya A. Jalil for failing to pay him RM20 million after he had procured the project for them.
In the statement of claim, the plaintiff stated that Yahya, who is the executive director and major shareholder of Merong Mahawangsa, had enlisted his help t! o procur e the project from the government and to secure a RM640 million foreign fund for the project.He claimed that the second defendant had sought his help for his discretion and good relations with the government.Shazryl said the second defendant suggested a RM20 million remuneration for his services, which has not been paid...." Read here for more
Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik, Chairman of RISDA
Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik is a former vice-president of the United Malays National Organization. He was aligned with Dr. Mahathir during the 1987 UMNO General Assembly. He was the chief minister of Malacca from 1982 to 1994. In 1994 Rahim was charged with statutory rape of a minor, however, the public prosecutor later withdrew the charge citing lack of evidence. Opposition politician Lim Guan Eng was later charged with sedition for printing and distributing pamphlets containing details of the allegation against Rahim. (source: Wikipedia)
Background:Dato' Johari Abdul is a Malaysian politician and is currently the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Sungai Petani constituency in Kedah, Malaysia. He is a member of the People's Justice Party (PKR) in the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition. Johari was elected to the Sungai Petani seat in the 2008 election, defeating Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin of the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition.He was previously a director of the National Civics Bureau. He has a Master's degree in Strategic Studies from the University of Lancaster. (source: Wikipedia)
The growing trend in the country to expose all kinds of scandals, be they sexual or financial, has left one asking how dirty and far Malaysian politics can go in the run-up to an impending general election.
The country is fresh from an on-going sodomy case against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.
Connected or not to the increasingly untenable sodomy case in court, another sexual scandal has surfaced in the form of a video clip purportedly featuring Anwar engaging in sexual intercourse with a woman inside a hotel in town.
Anwar has denied this and made a mockery of it.
He has accused his political enemies of a desperate attempt to kill him politically, saying “they made their motive very clear when they said they wanted Anwar to retire from politics”.
Not so long ago, Rais Yatim, a senior minister in Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s ruling party Umno, was accused of illicit sex with his Indonesian maid. Rais denied it ever happened.
Preceeding this, Malaysians and in particular MCA members, were stunned when the then health minister Dr Chua Soi Lek was caught in video clip in which he was seen engaging in sexual intercourse with a woman in a hotel.
He was gentleman enough to admit that it was him.
Chua, who was MCA deputy president at the time, immediately relieved himself of his ministerial post. Against all odds, he returned to contest the party presidency and defeated the incumbent Ong Tee Keat.
Of course, there had been other rumours and speculations over the years about the scandalous lives of Malaysian politicians from both sides of the political divide.
Even Najib has not been spared. He is still reeling from consistent allegations of involvement in the murder of Mongolian model and interpreter Altantuya Shaaribuu, in the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur years ago, a charge which he has repeatedly denied.
Financial scandals too are not short in Malaysia. As far as the opposition is concerned, virtually all the federal ministers and most of the state chief ministers are implicated in kick-backs in mega-projects under their jurisdiction.
Even BN leaders themselves have admitted to this one.
Years ago when Ong Ka Ting was about to retire as MCA president, he stunned the nation when he disclosed that many projects cost double or even triple the actual amount because of the practice of kick-backs or commission among the ruling elite.
Over the weekend, former minister and Gerakan party president Dr Lim Keng Yaik echoed Ong’s observation, adding that it was the reason why people were deserting BN.
A few months ago, a political secretary to one of Najib’s ministers was caught in possession of millions of cash at his house in Penang, believed to be ill-acquired. The case is still pending in court.
Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is another politician who has been a target of speculations and allegations.
He is said to be worth billions in cash and properties worldwide. Making it worse for Taib is his son, Mahmud Abu Bekir’s divorce suit.
Mahmud’s ex-wife is claiming, via a Syariah Court, no less than RM400 million in divorce settlements. The RM400 million being sought is half of their joint income as husband and wife over the years.
This warrants a question: if the son is a billionaire, how much is the father worth?
Now analysts believe that this type of allegations and counter-allegation would surely increase in both volume and velocity as the crucial 13th general election looms over the horizon of a politically and racially divided Malaysia.
Already in Sarawak, with the State Legislative Assembly dissolved on Monday, leaflets and discs on Taib’s alleged scandalous “affairs” with the state treasury are being distributed in the vast Land of the Hornbill.
“Each of the politician has his or her own skeleton in the cupboard. It is just a question of quantum – how big and what kind of skeletons,” said an analyst familiar with the workings of Malaysian political elites.
He said that in the not too distant a future all top politicians in the country could have every detail of their lives exposed and scrutinised, either via the Internet or downloaded onto conventional CDs.
“Rich political rivals might be tempted to finance certain group just to operate this kind of black-mailing rivals.
“And not necessarily between rival parties; it could well be within a same party among competing potential candidates in the general election,” observed the analyst.
But, then in Malaysia it is not yet a culture to quit elected and public post just because his or her scandals, either sexual or financial or both, have been found out or exposed.
In more developed countries like in Europe and Japan, leaders who had been “successfully” linked in one way or another to so much negativities, would have resigned in disgrace for bringing disrepute to their offices.
But this is Malaysia, the bolehland!
Let us see how much more will be exposed and whether the looming 13th general election will make any difference to the status quo in the Malaysian political culture.
Doing it on CCTV — Praba Ganesan
MARCH 22 — A crime has been committed. Anyway you look at, in regards to the “sex” video released yesterday.
The only thing no one is contesting is that in this recording there is sex. And it goes on for x number of minutes.
Now for the crime.
First, if the people in the video know that they are in a video.
Highly improbable they knowingly recorded it and hope it gets public viewing (and help their sex therapist along the way provide better coaching). And if they were, then they are committing a crime.
If they did not, then there is clear invasion of privacy. That’s a crime. These people are victims.
The person releasing this seemingly did not have the permission of those in the tape, since he accuses one of them of poor conduct. And announces an ultimatum, for the person he believes is appearing in this recording to quit his political office. He wants his wife to quit too.
This is national, and there are broad implications to these allegations.
This is the information the police have right now. And the home minister thinks a police report needs to be made in order for the police to act?
That is akin to saying I am being burgled right now and a police patrol car is passing by and refuses to act — because I have not found time since I was burgled to get to the appropriate police station to record a statement.
For the police not to say anything, that makes them look bad. And if Idris Jala and gang at Pemandu want to know, this is exactly the type of thing that the Key Performance Index (KPI) covers. Initiative, responsiveness and an ear to public good — sounds like good policing.
Now for denials.
This a country where general elections are lost on moral questions. Malaysians have been trained to be obsessed with being morally upright.
Deaths, corruption and oppression are secondary when compared to being off-tune with the most primitive of sins, not crimes but adultery.
The idea of it, the suggestion of it, the presence of it and the non-rejection of adulterous behaviour costs you more than all the idiot statements you can make.
So why would every Pakatan Rakyat politician not find the nearest microphone and deny it?
Everyone in Malaysian politics would deny it. So speculating on why those who have been dragged into this quagmire are denying is just being opportunistic.
Name me a Malaysian politician accused of something like this saying, “Oh, really? I can’t say it was me till someone slips me a copy of the tape. Can I get all four cam angles so that I really can be sure it is not me?
“Will the media, tomorrow’s Utusan headline especially leave me alone until my team and I can verify things?”
Again, there was a crime committed.
Someone call someone, and tell another someone to bring the country back to the community of decent people.
True to his demagoguery style Anwar Ibrahim has publicly decried the involvement of Najib and Hishammuddin in a new conspiracy without calling for the tape to be examined by forensic experts to determine its authenticity before screaming his head off in fritters singing the same old song of "I am a victim of political conspiracy, so help me God, people have sympathy on me."
Indeed, if that was true than Najib must be that stupid and not worthy to hold that esteemed office.Incredulous as it sounds, Najib should know better another conspiracy like this one on Anwar would kill Najib politically instead of Anwar.He must be so thick in the head he can't read the political situation in the country.
Sorry, I don't buy this most ridiculous of allegations because I see Najib is far smarter than what Anwar is trying to portray him to be.Even if there was such scurrilous attack on him it's far-fetched to think Najib has a hand in it, it has to be some low-life enemies of him and there are plenty of them around who have had falling out with him.
Maybe, Anwar should look in his own backyard and see whether there are snakes in the grass that might want to do him harm. His same old story of Najib's conspiracy is now 'bangas' and not many people buying it other than Pakatan leaders and some of his supporters.
DAP and PAS leaders must insist on having the tape examine to determine whether they should continue the coalition with Anwar and PKR, if the tape proved to be authentic. I am sure they have a need to know and a raison d'etre of Pakatan's survival.
Unless, this most compelling task is done Anwar and the whole Pakatan gang are just throwing dust in the people's eyes.
Are they are not interested in getting down to the truth to save Anwar?
Who is this mysterious man? . Find out after the jump…
March 22, 2011
Anwar Ibrahim is back in the news
There is a new political game in town. Sodomy 2 is about over. Anwar Ibrahim is back in the news, but by someone known as Datuk T was in Parliament yesterday (? now denied by Minister in Prime Minister, Dato Seri Nazri Aziz)–and today I was told in the corridors of the august House that he was with a group of guys with Ray Ban sunglasses–to give a preview of the video.It was time to coincide with the dissolution of the Sarawak State Assembly. So who is this man who suddenly shot into national prominence?
None other than Mr. T himself.–Din Merican
The iconic tough guy from TV’s 1980 classic hit, the “A Team” who played one of its main characters, BA Baracus. BA was known for his bad attitude and no nonsense temperament, as well as his morbid fear of flying.
Watch him here:
as for the scurrilous attacks on Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Mr. T has this to say:
Who do they think they are fooling?