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I was reading Rocky’s Bru on the above police report and noted the comments by one of the readers. I just can’t understand the action by the Prime Minister’s department. The cat was with them, they let it run loose, and when somebody catches the animal, they go mad, how can any one catch that cat, it was our cat. If you are possessive why let it run around the place. Why tempt others to make a mistake. In the first place why was this cat not placed under OSA, In any case the report has been made public and the question of OSA is redundant now.

If this is not witch hunting, I don’t know what it is. In a way I appreciate the Police, not wanting to sour relations with the senior official and his group, the Police said they will classify the document under OSA. They are saving their skin.

But who was the one who let loose the cat?

PUTRAJAYA: The Prime Minister’s Department has lodged a police report against several newspapers for publishing the findings of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Lingam video clip before they were made public.

It is learnt that a senior official from the department lodged a police report on Friday morning at the Putrajaya police headquarters.

Kuala Lumpur CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Ku Chin Wah confirmed that a report has been lodged but declined to elaborate.

It is also learnt that the police are expected to classify the report under the Official Secrets Act.

The Star and several other newspapers, as well as online news portals, published several of the report’s findings and recommendations several days ago.

The Cabinet agreed Friday to make the Commission’s findings public, with copies priced at RM541.60 each.

It will be made available from Tuesday afternoon.

PM’s Department lodges police report against newspapers


One Comment

  1. Wow! Recently with so many police reports lodged against politicians, bloggers and now MSM ! The PDRM must be very ‘busy’ as they are also needed to ‘protect’ BN and/or Grand Saga against the People.

    Look like these are the ‘main’ duties of the PDRM. No wonder our crime rates is shooting up!

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