Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan urged politicians and members of the public to refrain from speculating or spreading rumours regarding Teoh’s death.
He said the public should allow the police to complete their investigations before jumping to conclusion as such unsubstantiated rumours could create a tense situation.
“We will not hesitate to act against any one who spreads rumours of foul play. I assure them that there will be a thorough investigation and no cover-up,’’ he said.
I would like to urge the IGP to stop his silly and unnecessary threats. You only need to fear if you commit a crime. Otherwise, rumours and speculations will remain just that - rumours and speculations.
If the MACC is clean and civil, they should not fear public scrutiny. The same goes to the police. A life, an innocent life, was lost. The lost felt by this man's family is immeasurable - his fiancee, his unborn baby, his parents, his siblings and his friends. Any good Muslim, Christian, Hindu or any God fearing person should feel angry too.
Yet, silly you expect us to keep quiet? This is a democracy and this government is answerable to the people. This includes you, IGP, and your police force. Your personnel acted like a pack of wild dogs when detaining the protesters. Shame on you!
You are only good at hurling threats and not combat crime on the streets. That is why many taxpayers including myself are calling for your removal when your contract ends this coming September.
STOP YOUR THREATS!