Our Police is transparent this time ! So most of the time?

Hisham: I will monitor death probe
Reports by WANI MUTHIAH, EDWARD RAJENDRA, SIRA HABIBU, LOURDES CHARLES, ZULKIFLI ABDUL RAHMAN, DHARMENDER SINGH, ANDREW SAGAYAM, A. LETCHUMANAN, IVAN LOH, YENG AI CHUN, STEVEN DANIEL, DERRICK VINESH, YEE CHERN YUNN and CHEW WAN YING

KUALA LUMPUR: The police have been ordered to be transparent in investigating the death of Teoh Beng Hock.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said he would personally be monitoring the investigations and want the police to investigate everybody and everything.

This is a sad and unfortunate incident but the process of the law must take place without anyone speculating, accusing and politicising it. The truth must prevail, he said.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, meanwhile, urged politicians and members of the public to refrain from spreading rumours regarding Teohs death.

He said the public should allow the police to complete their investigations and not jump to conclusions as unsubstantiated rumours would only create distrust and a tense situation.

We will not hesitate to act against anyone who spreads rumours claiming foul play. I assure them that there will be a thorough investigation and there will be no cover-up.

Dont politicise this issue. Dont act in any way that can cause public disorder and chaos, he warned.

most of the time also transparent – sleeping

Documents and CCTV recordings seized at office of Selangor MACC
By LOURDES CHARLES, WANI MUTHIAH and STEVEN DANIEL

SHAH ALAM: Police investigating the death of Teoh Beng Hock have seized documents from the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office here.

They also seized closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) recordings from Plaza Masalam, where the state MACC office is located.

The police team leaving the office of the Selangor MACC with seized computer processors and documents. Picture courtesy of Utusan Malaysia

It is learnt that a window latch from the office on the 14th floor was removed for inspection.

About 20 police forensics personnel, led by Selangor deputy CID chief (administration) Asst Comm Omar Mammah, went to the MACC office at about 5.30pm.

The team first went to the buildings operations centre on the ground floor and took away the CCTV recordings.

They then went up to the MACC office and spent several hours recording statements from MACC staff.

At about 7.50pm, the officers were seen leaving the MACC office carrying documents.

It is learnt that a handphone belonging to Teoh, 30, who was the political secretary to Selangor exco member Ean Yong Hian Wah, was taken away by police on the day of his death on Thursday.

It is learnt that police are tracing the last phone calls Teoh made before his death.

A janitor found Teohs body at the fifth floor of the plaza at about 1.30pm.

Teoh, who was picked up by the MACC for questioning on Wednesday afternoon, was released at 3.45am the following day.

Selangor MACC director Jaafar Mahad said his officers would give their fullest co-operation to police in their investigations.

Whatever they want, whoever they want, we will gladly oblige if it will help unearth the truth.

We ourselves are from an enforcement agency and we know what investigations are all about.

We will not hide anything because there is nothing to hide, he said.

Seizing for sensorship ??? Haaaaaa , SAck the head of MACC first…

ok… hopefully we will be able to see something…