News you may have missed – Koh Tsu Koon said Don’t believe bloggers
Posted on February 19th, 2008 by Lilian • Filed under: politics
The Malaysia general election news have taken over all other news.
This morning, I read that the little girl Shearwel Ooi Ying Ying’s mother boyfriend, Ong Chee Leong committed suicide while in prison. Ying Ying’s mother said she has no feelings over his death because “neither happy nor sad as I have nothing to do with him anymore.” But, now, you are left to face the guilt of your daughter’s death alone. It is YOUR boyfriend who is suspected to kill YOUR daughter, burning the body and strewn her body parts all over the places in Penang. So, that will burrow deep into you forever because you lied to the police your daughter is missing from the market. But I hope Ying Ying’s loving family will find a closure finally.
Meanwhile, another girl who is missing will remain missing because of the Malaysia general election.
PETALING JAYA: Police have stopped the house-to-house search for missing girl Sharlinie Mohd Nashar due to the general election but will continue if new leads surface.
The 1,100 police personnel involved in the search have been deployed for the election.
(The Star Online)
I do not know how to feel about this. Priority?
PENANG CHIEF MINISTER Dr Koh Tsu Koon said : Don’t believe bloggers. I cannot find this on The Star Online. Strange? I have searched through both Metro, Nation and special general elections 2008 section but they are not there. So, let me take a quick photo of it.
What Dr Koh Tsu Koon is saying is to refute JeffOoi’s book i-Witness. In case you do not know, Jeff Ooi is a blogger who has joined DAP, the opposition party. He is raising funds for his campaign and if you help to chip in, Jeff mentioned that he is giving a copy of the book.
Sekian berita tengahari dari 5xmom channel.
P/S : Please tell those politicians that CNY is so yesterday. If they keep doing it till Chap Goh Meh, I hope they get thrown with rotten Mandarin oranges. I mean, aren’t you tired of so many politicians so excited about celebrating Chinese New Year?