This entire post can be summarized with this picture. So, if you don’t want to continue reading my “cheong-hei” post, you can just chew on the picture.
|Attacking the weakest link hoping that if weakest link breaks, people will forget that two other more credible parties also said the 1MDB documents were tampered.
Thai Police Major-General Prawut Tavornsiri have pretty much confirmed that stolen documents sold by Xavier Justo, which after having left Justo’s hands to Sarawak Report had been tampered with in minor but important ways to led to significant change in meaning.
“This wrongdoing took place in Singapore,” he said, adding that police found traces of the data being tampered with by the buyer.”
Thai police Chief said “The data on the *Sarawak Report) blog has been TAMPERED WITH to discredit PM Najib.”
Ever skeptical, MalaysiaKini probably did not believe those crony-crony newspapers from around the region and later on the same day, MalaysiaKini decided to personally contact Thailand Police spokesperson Major-General Prawut Tavornsiri only to be told by the Major General the following:
“Asked whether the tampering was extensive, Thai police spokesperson major-general Prawut Tavornsiri told Malaysiakini: “The changes are small, but important”.
He said Thai police had made this deduction after interviewing Justo, who insisted to them that only the original documents from PSI were passed on to others.
Oops!! Re-confirmation that after the documents left Xavier Justo, someone had made “small but important” changes.
Meanwhile Lester Melanyi had reportedly alleged recently that almost 90 per cent of the content in a report of Sarawak Report on government investment company 1Malaysia Development Berhad had been tampered with to tarnish the image of the Malaysian government and topple Najib.
Melanyi had reportedly admitted to having met Swiss national Xavier Andre Justo, a former executive of PetroSaudi International Ltd now held in Bangkok, who had allegedly handed over 10 per cent of the documents related to 1MDB to Sarawak Report founder Clare Rewcastle-Brown.
Sarawak Report owner Clare Brown had admitted that Melanyi used to work for her Radio Free Sarawak but Melanyi had never written a “single word” for the Sarawak Report site,
But later on, this was reported
“Clare Brown insisted, however, that Lester’s allegations were untrue, including his claim that he had worked for her website, although she admitted to paying him a “few ringgit” once for helping provide an unrelated story.”
How much is a “few ringgit”?
I thought Clare Brown previously said Lester has no relationship with Sarawak Report and that he was not credible and never wrote a single word for Sarawak Report?
Clare Brown seems to have changed her story so fast?.
Anyway, back to the main topic..
Now, it appears Sarawak Report wants to sue Cabinet Minister Rahman Dahlan saying “Sorry, This Time We Are Going To Have To Sue!
BN’s so-called strategic communications chief, Abdul Rahman Dahlan, a minister for housing, has on the same grounds outrageously libelled the writer, calling her “scum” and labelled our research as “blatant lies”.
Tony Pua also wants to sue Lester Melanyi
Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua will be serving Lester Melanyi a letter of demand this week following a video recording by Lester that claimed the irregularities on 1MDB were faked.
Pua said in a statement tonight that the letter from his lawyers will seek an apology from the former Sarawak Tribune journalist and will also be sent to others who repeat Lester’s claims that implicate Pua in a conspiracy to fabricate information regarding 1MDB.
Side-track a bit. Lester Melanyi is not the only person that Tony Pua wants to sue.
I will send a real “Letter of Demand” to Lester Melanyi and anyone else I find republishing and repeating Lester’s ridiculously baseless assertions.
A few days back, the champion of free-speech, Tony Pua also threatened to sue an ordinary FaceBook users (who happens to be a retiree) who so happened to comment on Tony’s FaceBook page who asked him a few questions.
|Careful when commenting on Tony Pua’s FaceBook page. You may get sued!
Incidentally, In the interview by The Malay Mail with Protection Group International (PGI) managing director Brian Lord OBE titled “Sarawak Report data on 1MDB ‘unreliable’, says PGI chief” also said:
“There are many inconsistencies between the published data and the data which still exists on files within PetroSaudi relating to that period of time. Simply put, it is incomplete data, creatively selected and edited to fit a desired narrative.
Lord added investigations by PGI revealed Sarawak Report had a “subtract of some emails chain and some documentation”. He, however, stopped short of divulging the contents of the emails and data Sarawak Report received.
“It is a combination of all those three things; inconsistency between the original and published reports, substitutable communication and the whole private information claim into Sarawak Report … I can firmly say the information is unreliable and, therefore, it is unfair for anybody to draw judgments on it.”
But somehow, Sarawak Report and Clare Brown also don’t want to sue Brian Lord OBE and PGI, (who essentially said the same things as Lester Melanyi and the Thai Police). But they decided to run down his credibility, although in a very laughable manner.
To be honest, although what Lester has said is consistent with what Thai Police chief had said, I personally don’t trust Lester Melanyi as much mainly because he used to work for Sarawak Report and Clare Brown.
It is my belief that this already severely dents Lester’s credibility as Sarawak Report had been publishing so many lies and tampered documents since 2011.
“And if that means shipping in tens of thousands of foreign illegal voters and putting tens of thousands more into BN T-shirts all to con an election from his own people, then it seems he is prepared to try and carry it off.
But Najib’s actions are being watched by the entire nation now and they are likely to do far more damage than good to his cause of winning this election “at any cost”.”
|The many emails, documents and photos that Sarawak Report said in their article that were “concrete proof “of their allegations of tens of thousands of Phantom Voters
As everyone knows by now, months later these allegations were found to be untrue even though so many people were utterly convinced of it at that time.
No no, there were no blackouts,” said Bersih steering committee member (and now President) Maria Chin Abdullah when asked if observers had witnessed any blackouts as alleged by Pakatan Rakyat, as well as by numerous commentators on the social media after the GE.
“We also didn’t know about these foreign voters. There were several reports of that but we didn’t see any,” she added.