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The question the firemen are asking is who is behind the attempt to cover up Adib’s murder and why are the guilty parties being allowed time to flee the country and go into hiding? Furthermore, why is the autopsy ignoring the statements the witnesses made to the police regarding the “cause of death”?
Raja Petra Kamarudin

A coverup is about to be launched. The Pakatan Harapan government wants to reduce racial tensions by suggesting that fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim’s death was due to “chest injuries”.

The NST news report (below) said, “A report that will be prepared details the type of injuries he suffered, including internal ones, and what could have caused them; including if they were inflicted by a third party, as well as expert opinions on how they could have happened.”

The police already know how it happened because they recorded the statements of the other firemen at the scene and all confirmed that Adib was dragged out of the firetruck and beaten up by a gang of Indians. The witnesses have even identified the attackers involved.


The four Indians are still out on bail and have not been re-arrested and charged for murder
The case was originally classified under Section 307 of the Kanun Keseksaan, or attempted murder. As Adib has since died, this case should now come under Section 302 of the Kanun Keseksaan, meaning murder.

The four suspects should, therefore, be re-arrested and the charges against them amended from attempted murder (s.307) to murder (s.302) — plus their bail should be revoked since there is no bail for anyone charged under a capital offence.

Until today, though, the Attorney-General, Tommy Thomas, has not given the police the green light to re-arrest the suspects and charge them under the amended charge. The information the police have received is this delay has allowed the suspects to be smuggled out of the country to a place of safety and this has upset the IGP.

Meanwhile, the firemen who witnessed the incident that resulted in their colleague’s death are very unhappy with what they view as a coverup by the Pakatan Harapan government. The government wants the cause of Adib’s death to be vague and due to “chest injuries”. But many of the firemen witnessed Adib being beaten to death.


Pakatan’s Indians want Adib’s death to be downplayed to prevent a backlash against the government
The question the firemen are asking is who is behind the attempt to cover up Adib’s murder and why are the guilty parties being allowed time to flee the country and go into hiding? Furthermore, why is the autopsy ignoring the statements the witnesses made to the police regarding the “cause of death”?

This coverup and conspiracy to allow the murderers to escape punishment is going to be more explosive than the murder itself and if not properly handled or explained is going to tear Malaysia apart.


Adib’s death due to ‘chest injuries’
(NST) – A post-mortem on fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim’s body revealed additional fractures on his ribcage, which were previously not visible on X-ray.

The New Straits Times was made to understand that Kuala Lumpur Hospital (KLH) forensics experts made this discovery during the more than three-hour autopsy, which ended about 5am yesterday.

It is understood that the cause of death has been generally attributed to “injuries to the chest”.

The 24-year-old was among a group of nine firefighters, who responded to a distress call after two cars were set ablaze by rioters during a free-for-all at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in USJ25 in Subang Jaya, on Nov 27.

Adib, the first firefighter to have been attacked in the line of duty, fought for his life for 21 days before succumbing to his injuries at 9.41pm on Monday.

Doctors, in the initial days of his admittance to the National Heart Institute, had said Adib suffered from broken ribs, punctured lungs and bruises to his chest and abdomen.

Meanwhile, KLH’s National Institute of Forensic Medicine director Datuk Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood, when contacted by the NST, said a full post-mortem was critical in the case of Adib’s death, more so when it had been reclassified as murder.

“A post-mortem like this focuses on the examination of injuries in detail, including photographic evidence.”

“A report that will be prepared details the type of injuries he suffered, including internal ones, and what could have caused them; including if they were inflicted by a third party, as well as expert opinions on how they could have happened.”



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