The Sosilawati Murders - Incompetence or Corruption?

on Sep 16, 2010

Refer to the horrific murders of Malaysia’s cosmetic queen, Sosilawati Lawinya and three of her colleagues in a not so remote farm outside Banting.

These murders could have been avoided if our police force had been more professional. Clearly the police took a “tidak apa” attitude or were “in it” in all previous deaths/disappearances. The number of “missing persons” reports all linked to these lawyers emerging all of a sudden out of the blue is testimony to this.

Do you know where this lawyer's office? It is right across the police station's reception counter, hardly 50 meters away. And do you know where he stays? In Taman Cempaka, also right across the police station. That their “farm” at Taman Endah was conveniently located only a stone throw’s away from the Hindu disposition site for the cremated ashes of the dead could explain why some of the dead have disappeared without a trace. How very convenient. Kill the victims, cremate them and throw the ashes together with the rest of the Hindu dead at Morib’s established beach site location. A slick morbid operation indeed, if everything is proven true.

It is inconceivable that the police were oblivious to all their wrong doings, especially since we now have at least two complainants coming forward, a wife of a Chennai businessman who disappeared after meeting the lawyers a year ago, and a local mechanic who had his wife slashed to death at Taman Cempaka itself with the mechanic himself ending up in the lock-up instead of both the lawyers being thrown in the slammer after a financial deal had gone wrong. A very pertinent racist question has to be asked. Of the reported 17 missing/dead, how many were Malays prior to the killing of Sosilawati and her colleagues? This scenario looks more like a 1 Corrupted Malaysia Boleh story.  seterus nya...



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