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February 5, 2008

110% sure I’m not mad!!! Correct, correct, correct.

Filed under: Family, Media, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — bananachinese @ 2:02 am

Family dirty linen decked out on the washing line in the Royal Commission on Lingam videotape parade.

According to Malaysiakini, names of several judges – apart from former chief justice Mohd Eusoff Chin who has been implicated earlier – were brought up for the first time during Thirunama’s testimony today. They included former Court of Appeal judges Lamin Yunus, Mokhtar Sidin and serving Court of Appeal judge Low Hop Bing and former Industrial Court chairperson W Satchithanandhan.

Another hot witness coming up???

Thirunama worked for Lingam between 1995 and 1996, which included doing odd jobs at the lawyer’s legal firm where he met Lingam’s secretary, Jeyanthi. Jeyanthi was instrumental in arranging the New Zealand trip for Lingam.

“She came to see Lingam to collect a cheque. Former Industrial Court chairperson Satchithanandhan told me she (Jeyanthi) was giving a lot of troubles to Lingam and she wanted to reveal many things about (Lingam and the) judges,” Thirunama claimed.

And now, let’s reveal all in this hot new video

January 28, 2008

Lingam video’s 3rd explosive segment

Filed under: Government, Life, news, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , , — bananachinese @ 1:56 pm


It’s out!!!!

So titillating and exciting, it even got them dogs talking.

See also Malaysiakini

hehehe… can’t wait for 4th segment…


January 18, 2008

Eager beaver Anwar’s getting in line to Lingam’s inquiry

Filed under: Media, news, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , — bananachinese @ 1:56 am

Mr. Velan, the lawyer for Anwar Ibrahim at the Royal Commission will be bringing 2 SECRET WITNESSES to counter Mahathir’s (I can’t remember. It’s my prerogative…) and Tengku Adnan’s (Lingam must be drunk…) statements. See Malaysiakini for more…

It’s understandable that Tengku Adnan would not admit outright but I still can’t comprehend how he could come out with such a shallow answer. He must be thinking the royal commission members are faux like him.

Anwar is also very eager to be called in asap as he has very important information.

This calls for a song and dance. OK everybody, join your hands together and sing the latest Malaysia ballad in unison. This ballad should have no problem reaching #1 in the popular category. Lyrics here. Music is up to you to make up yourself.

January 14, 2008

Mahathir, Lingam and the royal commission

Filed under: Citizenry, Life, Media, news, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , — bananachinese @ 1:54 pm

Myself won’t put high hopes for the Lingam royal commission to be put into action after the fact finding or after you have brought the nice published report. Myself brought the report by the royal commission on police last time and now regretting it lots. NATO only.

But… let not this deter you from enjoying the tantalising and titillating bits and pieces that the Lingam royal commission might bring you. Its better than Wah Lai Toi stuff anyway.

Malaysiakini reported an exclusive with a Mr Loh Mui Fah who came forward to say he was there when Lingam was captured having the nice high powered lobbying conversation in the videotape. He has found out that his naughty son has recorded the session with a high powered camera. He didn’t know who leaked the video to Mr PKR Anwar. He was also not happy with Anwar for sharing the recording with you and me. Horrors…! Anwar may have committed a terrible faux pas there (if he knew the owner of the recording and didn’t ask for permission, that is).

Why Mr Loh came out to confess? Because he was fed up with the tailing, threatening phone calls. Yes, a nice example of invasion on privacy at work here. I’m sure Mr Loh would support Chua Soi Lek if the former Health Minister were able to push for a Privacy Act. Speaking of which, we all also have to get ready for invasion on OUR personal privacy… as soon as those on-lease CCTVs are installed everywhere. Imagine, being caught on CCTV meeting a ‘personal’ friend on the streets.

Here’s a banana question for you: How did the nice Lingam recording get into the hands of Anwar?

NB: Why give Mahathir the limelight in my post title? Da man’s gotta be da link, man…

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