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Not sodomised – report

July 28
22:30 2008

Why has this medical report surfaced only today, over one month after the allegations were made, after Anwar spent a night in jail, and after the police have spent so much time and money on this case?

Malaysian opposition PKR secretary-general Salehuddin Hashim on the leaked medical report which says that Anwar Ibrahim’s accuser was not sodomised.

  • Robert HO


    1. Mr LEONG is a genius with x-ray vision seeing clearly through LIEs and fog and this website is absolutely brilliant in its number of star features. I apologise for my earlier churlish remarks to the leader of this blog about deleting it from my Favourites. Now, it is top of my list. Time, indeed, is the best proof of substance.

    2. Thank you for the great work. Please keep it up. In time to come, you all will be honoured by Singaporeans and the world for your brilliant efforts in the service of Truth and Honesty, something the unscrupulous PAP totally lack.

    [Will be away from computer from tonight till next Sun]

    *Comments moderated by editor.

    * To Robert Ho: Thanks for the support. However, please refrain from posting your personal address and NRIC number. These are not allowed here. If you continue to do so, we will have to ban you from posting. Apologies. :( Thank you.

  • Robert Teh Kok Hua

    *Comments edited for relevance. The article is about the cycling ban, not about CPF and other issues.

  • scb


    “The most potent impact that the new media will have on politics is that politicians will find it impossible to lie in the future. The truth will always be out there, because somewhere, someone has the facts or has seen something and will publish it”; unquote.

    Me said it elsewhere that Minister Vivian Balakrishnan is a wise man and I quoted him to prove my point. Dare I also say that I believe that Dr Vivian Balakrishnan still embraces some Socratic Principles(Philosophy) which is commendable.

    If he is shortlisted to be the next Prime Minister, Singapore and Singaporeans will stand to benefit from his leadership. These are divined words from an atheist(just joking). We, wise or otherwise, however failed to divine that published(cyberspace) materials might be erased and disappeared.

    So I see no matter how wise we are, we still fail……… That’s a fact of life.

  • tc

    Read in the papers that Durai is free to work in Dubai, but opposition candidate Chee SJ is jailed for trying to attend a human rghts forum. Different strokes for different folks?

  • shoestring

    We must not be distracted and thereby be made confused. The fact is, whether they have valid reasons for removing the entries from their site is a side issue. We all know how to take their explanations with a pinch of salt by now. This is another smokescreen.

    The real issue is the fact that the PAP did not admit to a double standard. It seems they even think they are entitled to that privilege. They did not take down the listings because they thought it was unfair but instead distracted from the main issue by giving dubious reasons for a side issue.

    They should have explained why YPAP was allowed to organize those events in the first place, not why they have deleted them.

  • shoestring

    Tc, which government has been aggressively pushing for investments in Dubai?

  • Gerald

    1. PAP got worried when they learned about WP’s cycling event, so they banned it — without realising that their own youth activists had also been organising numerous outdoor activities.

    2. The MPs interviewed — Zaqy and Lim Wee Kiak — were not aware that political parties are not allowed to organise ANY outdoor activities. It probably never occurred to them. They probably figured these are just harmless, non-political activities for their members to bond.

    3. Now with this police ruling, even YP will have to curb all its outdoor activities. That is unfortunate for the hundreds of YP members who joined just to meet friends and do fun stuff together, and not to really get political.

    How silly of the PAP/police to ban the WP event in the first place! Now all of us political animals (PAP, WP, political activists, etc) cannot do anything outdoor together. We all have to sit at home and play computer games. So much for active lifestyle.

  • RaymondChua

    Gerald, now WP and YPAP can only use Second Life, the virtual world, to hold meeting. That’s will make the PAP very happy. No physical meeting means no protest, no debate, no police issue, and PAP can now ‘rest in peace’.

    Because of PAP’s fear and double standard, nation building is all compromised.

  • scb

    shoestring; should we say MOS Ho Peng Kee should explain why YPAP were allowed a ‘cyclethon’ on 24 June 2006 and later ‘Night cycling’ on 28 July 2007.

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  • Ace

    Good points raised. I think with the current set-up of scholars and competition for attention from the ranks of YP. We are starting to see more and more cracks in the organisation and communication system as every individual fraction is organising “high profile” events for the perceived value add to their section.

    Ever since, LHL took over we have seen more and more of such things happening, be it YP’s cycling events, P65 website which is absolutely a waste of megabytes, to honest mistakes by the MOS and MP etc.

    This cycling event although minor, it’s cancelation immediately after the WP cycling issue forms a picture where this is expected to be the trend. Going forward, if this carries on, we can expect the Govt to go back to their most familiar state of operation i.e. absolute control.

    I think we need a tineline of events of the promises prior to elections and the actual events happening on the ground after the elections to be documented. The flip-flops of the adminstration, the double standards of Governance, the honest mistakes, and all the rest of the beautiful elite friendly schemes.

    People need to remember the many events that has actually happened and beyond the snazzy Pungol 21 presentation when it is time to vote.

  • Pui Yee

    wait for the u-turn: i bet after a while, there will be a u-turn in this ridiculous policy against outdoor cycling, albeit very quietly. surely even lky and lhl can’t bear to appear really silly on the world stage (assuming our little red dot is even there to begin with)

    lolololol… see how much damage pap can inflict on the nation as they can even screw up on this tiny matter….

  • Gerald

    RaymondChua – I heard IDA recently bought a “property” in Second Life. Maybe Second Life citizens could go cycle around that property to “protest”. :P Then maybe the police will bring in their virtual riot police to break it up.

  • theonlinecitizen


    Hahaha… that’s really funny. :) Virtual cops breaking up virtual riots by virtual cyclists! Sounds like a great script for a movie too. :)

  • RaymondChua

    Gerald, that’s good idea. Not only ppl can protest on land, they can even protest on sea, and air. Moreover, you can also see the ‘toy’ etc Barbie Doll, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck join in the protest too ! Perhaps then, the gov will build their own Third Life Virtual World because they realized they can’t have Second Life.

  • ted

    Check this out guys.

    200 cyclists, bladers raise S$400,000 for charity
    By Dominique Loh, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 09 September 2007 2112 hrs

    SINGAPORE: More than 200 cyclists and bladers helped to raise about S$400,000 for charity over a 400-kilometre stretch from Malaysia to Singapore.

    The journey, which began in Singapore, took the participants to Mersing and Desaru.

    Community Development, Youth and Sports Minister Vivian Balakrishnan joined in the return leg back to Singapore on Sunday.

    Several Members of Parliament also participated in the final lap from Changi to the HarbourFront Centre.

    Money raised in Charity Bike ‘n’ Blade will benefit youths in several centres.

  • Retro Bicycles

    Give me an old cool bicycle, and I’ll ride around the city for days.