The recent court hearing for Teoh Beng Hock death case on 18 August 2010 has help Malaysia to discover a special talent for one of its "so call" top lawyer, who act for The Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). After this screen play, MACC has got itself a new acronym, that is Malaysia Associations of Circus Clowns. Thanks to Abdul Razak Musa.
So, let review some of his key performance that indisputably earns him this title of chief Clown:
Abdul Razak Musa suggested that Teoh Beng Hock ‘strangled himself’ and was ‘depressive'. Not only so, he was determine to demonstrate to the public how it can be done when challenged by the Gobind Singh Deo, the lawyer for Teoh’s family. Unfortunately, he failed in self-strangling himself.
In his attempt to discredit Pornthip's professional qualification by citing that Pornthip's graduating university; Mahidol University, was not recognized by the Malaysia Government. He failed to realized that Mahidol University's Global Ranking is higher than any Malaysia Universities. It is unfortunate that Abdul Razak Musa did not reveal where he was graduated. He should have the chance when asked by Pornthip: "are you really a lawyer?" Instead of replying that he may look young, but has over 24 years of experience, he should just state where he graduated because 24 years of experience still make he a fool.
Abdul Razak Musa classic question of asking Pornthip if she ever has the experience of jumping off a building? This is what we can expect from a lawyer with 24 years of experience??
Abdul Razak Musa's attempted to discredit Pornthip failed miserably, he should know that Pornthip has been named the "Most Trusted Individual in all of Thailand (according to a Readers’ Digest Trust survey last year) Abdul Razak Musa should have commissioned Reader Digest to conduct another survey, title the most entertaining Lawyer in the world, and we would gladly nominate him.
This is another interesting collection of Malaysia Boleh tales and we can look forward to more when thousand of Malaysian graduated from Malaysia education systems.