It's all so easy for Sarawak Report to get confidential information, not only from the MACC but also the highly respected ICAC of Hong Kong.
If pigs could fly than Sarawak Report is the Gospel. Sadly, for some, they believe it is the Gospel.
Maybe, the ICAC should clear the air whether it is their practice to release in-house confidential to the public of cases where no charges have been brought against those suspected to be involved in a crime.
How was it possible that confidential information and documents can leak from the MACC office, Are some MACC officers on the take by selling information, travestying the very embodiment of its creation, the fight against corruptions.
If it's true, it certainly a big embarrassment to this country and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak that an organisation formed to fight corruption is well into the same vice themselves.
Sarawak Report proudly declared here that the information they came into possession came from the MACC and of late from the highly respected ICAC.
Sarawak Report and Radio Free Sarawak, created and controlled by a foreigner, one Clare Rewcastle Brown, former BBC world service reporter and sister-in-law of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown under the pretext of her concern for the forests and natives of Sarawak.
The creation and clear and ultimate objective of Sarawak Report was to topple Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud from power in the 2011 State Elections which they failed miserably.Taib still managed to retain two-thirds majority and proved wrong the doomsayers who predicted his imminent defeat.
Frustrated with their failure in Sarawak they are now turning to other states in Malaysia to do the opposition's bidding.
It's all quiet on the opposition's front on MACC divulgence as it did not involve any of its members, which, otherwise, would have them rattling the cage.
I am not sure about MACC but I don't think the highly respected ICAC would release such information for public consumption when no charges are forthcoming against the named person, let alone dispensing it to an anonymous political blog like Sarawak Report, founded and controlled by a frustrated Briton, one Clare Brown who has no business poking her nose into Malaysian politics, other than her desire of keeping the Penans of Sarawak as novelties of the forests and trinketry of tourism, where she and her Occidents can view them in their natural habitats.
Both MACC and Sarawak Report should be investigated.