Keadilan Untuk Keluarga Teoh Beng Hock
Mother Teng Shuw Hor (L) and sister Teoh Lee Lan of a deceased Malaysian political aide Teoh Beng Hock arrive at the criminal court in Shah Alam in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur on January 5, 2011. The court is expected to deliver decision today on the mysterious case of Teoh, whoes body was found in July 2009 beneath the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) tower, where he had been questioned into the small hours as part of a probe into the opposition-led government of Selangor state.
Kami mahu keadilan untuk TBH
Adik TBH Teoh Lee Lan menangis di luar perkarangan Mahkamah Shah Alam semasa ditemubual oleh Wartawan..
Ibu TBH,Teng Shuw Hor menangis sambil memegang potret TBH di perkarangan mahkamah Shah Alam..
Pornthip: ‘Teoh Beng Hock dicekik sebelum jatuh’
Pakar patologi Thai, Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand bersependapat dengan pakar forensik Britain Prof Dr Peter Vanezis bahawa Teoh Beng Hock masih bernyawa.
Namun katanya, beliau tetap mempertahankan hujahnya bahawa kesan tanda merah di sekeliling leher mangsa pembantu politik itu adalah akibat dicekik.
Menurut beliau, kesan merah itu amat ketara pada bahagian kiri leher Teoh pada bedah siasat pertama meskipun tubuh mangsa telah dijahit semula.
Pakar patologi dari Thai itu tidak menjalankan bedah siasat pertama tetapi hadir sebagai pemerhati pada bedah siasat kedua.
Pornthip, 56, yang tiba hari ini dan diberi kawalan ketat berkatakontusi pada sebelah kiri leher Teoh menunjukkan mangsa dicekik.
Tegasnya, terdapat tiga senario di mana kontusi boleh berlaku.
- dicekik dengan menggunakan tangan,
- leher mangsa dipukul dengan objek tumpul,
- ataupun leher mangsa ditekan kepada objek atau kedua-duanya sekali.
Katanya, tanda seperti bentuk syiling di leher Teoh adalah akibat tekanan jari atau objek bulat dan kejelasan tanda itu mengikut Pornthip bergantung kepada tekanan yang digunakan.
“Teoh berkulit cerah jadi kesan tanda lebam ini boleh dilihat dengan jelas,” kata saksi itu.
Beliau juga memberikan beberapa contoh tentang bagaimana kecederaan di leher akibat dicekik yang mempunyai tanda-tanda lebam yang sama.Malaysiakini…
Teoh alive during fall, says Dr Pornthip
Teoh Beng Hock masih hidup ketika ia jatuh hampir sepuluh tingkat – Dr Pornthip
KUALA LUMPUR, April 2 — Teoh Beng Hock was alive when he had fallen nearly ten floors, Thai forensic pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand told the royal panel investigating his death today.
But Dr Pornthip said she could not determine if the DAP political aide was conscious during his fatal plunge in 2009 outside the then Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters in Plaza Masalam in Shah Alam.
“He was alive on landing,” she told the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) today.
Dr Pornthip also said Teoh’s state of consciousness could not be determined based on the fractures in his feet.
“Landing on (the) feet means nothing… I cannot go to that conclusion (that he was conscious when he fell),” said the flamboyant forensic expert.malaysian insider
Teoh fully conscious during fall — Expert
Teoh masih hidup dan sedar sepenuhnya ketika ia jatuh – Prof Dr Peter Vanezis
KUALA LUMPUR: A British forensic expert reiterated before the Commission of Inquiry investigating Teoh Beng Hock’s death that the political aide was fully conscious when he fell from the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam in Shah Alam on July 16, 2009.
“I am certain in my own mind, Teoh was alive and conscious when he fell. In my view, all the injuries I had seen on his body was the result of a fall from height,” said Prof Dr Peter Vanezis.
In his first testimony during an inquest at the Shah Alam magistrate’s court last year, he had testified that by referring to injuries found on Teoh’s body, it indicated the victim had attempted to break his fall, prior to hitting the ground.
He explained that the injuiries sustained by the victim also revealed they were distributed around the body and appearances on the surface were typical of a fall from height.
Teoh, 30, political aide to Selangor state exco member Ean Yong Hian Wah, was found dead on the fifth floor corridor of Plaza Masalam, after giving his statement at the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office located on the 14th floor of the same building.
Previously, Dr Vanezis had disagreed with Thai pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand that marks (around the neck) were signs of strangulation or blunt force being applied, which could have rendered Teoh unconscious or caused his death.
Questioned by Datuk Seri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, acting for the MACC, on whether the bruises found on Teoh’s neck were consistent with a typical case of strangulation, Dr Vanezis said he did not rule out the possibility of some kind of ‘neck lock’ that could have caused the bruises.
The expert also told the inquiry that the first post-mortem on the deceased, without doubt, would provide a better result as compared to the second (post-mortem).
He explained that on the second post-mortem, one was examining a body that had already been dissected and that there might be deterioration on the
“It would be more difficult to take samples from the second post-mortem as even the samples might have deteriorated, and the existing bruises on the body could have become darker, causing misleading
“These are such areas that could provide profound difficulties,” said Dr Vanezis.
Earlier, Dr Shahidan Md Noor, of the Sungai Buloh Hospital, also stated that the first post-mortem on July 17, 2009, was more reliable since the body was fresh and more evidence could have been gathered as compared to the second post-mortem on Nov 22, 2009.
Dr Shahidan conducted the second post-mortem on the deceased, together with Dr Pornthip and Dr Vanezis.
At the end of the proceedings, inquiry panel chairman Federal Court judge Tan Sri James Foong Cheng Yuen thanked Dr Vanezis for his cooperation.
“On behalf of the commision, I would like to say ‘thank you’ and have a safe journey,” he said.
The inquiry panel members also included former Federal Court judge Datuk Abdul Kadir Sulaiman, former Appeals Court judge Datuk T Selventhiranathan, Penang Hospital’s forensic pathologist Datuk Dr Bhupinder Singh and the dean of Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences, Prof Dr Mohamed Hatta Shaharom. — Bernama