The RCI (Royal Commission of Inquiry) concluded that Teoh Beng Hock committed suicide as a result of aggressive and continuous interrogation by the MACC.Story here.
The family of Teoh Beng Hock rejected the verdict and is now requesting a judicial review,in all probability, advised by the family lawyer who also happened to be a prominent opposition politician.
“The RCI is an inferior tribunal in law and any decision made by an inferior tribunal is reviewable by the High Court.” Karpal, who is also DAP chairman, said he is studying the RCI report “line by line” to decide on the next course of action, which will be made known early next week.
They condemned the RCI as an inferior tribunal when they were the ones who demanded for it.
How do you deal with these kind of people, they twist and turn to their fancies, not showing concern for the bereaved family but for their own political mileage.
First they rejected the inquest and asked for RCI, which the government eventually agreed and allowed it to take place.Now, they are not happy with the verdict and want to carry on the crusade at the expense of the Teo's family for the benefits of politics.......Pakatan politics!
Enough is enough, the government should not allow these political opportunists to capitalise on a dead man's family misery to gain political mileage.
The government should close the case and take appropriate action against the MACC officers instrumental for the death of Teo.
From the finding of the RCI it is obvious those officers have a case to answer.
Teoh Beng Hock's RCI report - English (pdf download)