LIVE : Inkues kematian Teoh Beng Hock 18/8/09 August 18, 2009Posted by nikmj in General, Malaysian Mirror, National, Politics, malaysia today, malaysiakini, malaysianinsider, mstar, news.
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5.05 pm : Teoh inquest adjourns until 2pm tomorrow
5.04 pm : Coroner says he will make ruling on the issue tomorrow.
5.03 pm : MACC lawyer says MACC willing to provide Teoh statement taken during questioning to inquest to show state of mind.
4.55 pm : Anuar says Teoh’s statement recorded between 1.30am & 3.30am, he wasn’t handcuffed during interview conducted by 2 other officers.
4.30 pm : Anuar says he is MACC investigating alleged abuse of state lawmaker funds.
3.50 pm : MACC gets its lawyer to join inquest as MACC officer Mohd Anuar Ismail takes witness stand.
3.35 pm : Dr Prashant earlier gave differing account from Dr Khairul on how Teoh could have jumped from the window at MACC office.
3.10 pm : Coroner’s court takes short break with Dr Prashant released as witness.
2.25 pm : Dr Prashant backs Dr Khairul’s suicide theory, calling it self-inflicted death & gives detailed scientific explanation.
2.08 pm : AG’s Tab asks Dr Prashant to show what he meant by impact on Teoh’s shoes.
12.15 pm : Coroner’s court takes early break and will resume at 2pm.
12.13 pm : Dr Prashant says mystery white chalky substance on Teoh’s right shoe is from the ground, saying he checked it with his own shoe.
12.00 pm : Dr Prashant says Teoh may have landed on his feet, followed quickly by buttocks causing the injures there.
11.50 am- Dr Prashant corrects himself and says body was 3 feet away from point of feet impact.
11.40 pm : Dr Prashant says Teoh’s body landed feet first, bounced on level 5 & was 3 metres away from point of feet impact.
11.30 am : UMMC forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Samberkar puts time of death between eight and 12 hours before his first visit to the site at 7.15pm on July 16, which means political aide Teoh Beng Hock died between 7.15am and 11.15am on July 16.
11.20 am : Dr Prashant estimated death was between 8 & 12 hours from his visit on July 16.
11.10 am : Dr Prashant explains injuries on Teoh, says rigor mortis had set in when he and Dr Khairul visited death site at 7.15pm July 16.
11.04 am: UMMC forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Samberkar says the injuries sustained in Teoh Beng Hock’s anal region were a result of the impact at the time of landing.
On Monday, Dr Khairul Azman Ibrahim, the Klang Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital (HTAR) senior consultant pathologist, said Teoh had injuries in his anus, adding it was possible that such injuries could have been caused when he was beaten with a blunt wooden object.
10.51am: UMMC forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Samberkar says cause of death was multiple injuries due to fall from a height, adds that Teoh Beng Hock was alive at the time of impact on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam where his body was found.
10.45 am : Dr Prashant says police appointed him forensic pathologist for Teoh case. Has done more than 3,000 autopsies & is now UM lecturer.
10.32 am : Dr Prashant now being called to the witness stand.
10.35am: University Malaya Medical Centre forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Samberkar clarifies to the court that he was appointed by the police and NOT the family of Teoh Beng Hock to assist in the post-mortem.
10.30am: University Malaya Medical Centre (forensic pathologist Dr Prashant Samberkar, expected to be the star witness of the day, takes the stand.
The Indian national conducted the post-mortem on Teoh Beng Hock with Chief Inspector Mazli Jusoh, the investigating officer from the Forensics Dept at the Selangor police headquarters.
He is the 15th witness to be called.
10.15 am : Gobind asks what was stated in his report, C/Insp Mazli replies “Negative-lah”.about
10.10 am : C/Insp Mazli tells Gobind he saw fingerprints on window but did not state in report.
10.05 am : C/Insp Mazli says he checked Level 14 window – up, down, sides on the inside & outside – for fingerprint marks.
10.00 am : C/Insp Mazli briefs inquest on 7 characteristics like ‘pulau, tasik, cabang’, adds needs at least 8, individually or mixed.
10.00am: Chief Inspector Mazli Jusoh tells the inquest that a fingerprint must have at least eight characteristics to allow identification.
Once it has been detected with at least eight characteristics, the “lifting” and documentation process would be carried out. The lifted fingerprint would then be sent to the D2 unit in Bukit Aman for comparison with prints in the criminal databases of Malaysia and Singapore.
In the case of political aide Teoh Beng Hock, the prints detected at the site of his fall had incomplete characteristics, Mazli said.
09.55 am : C/Insp Mazli says he found fingerprints on window but could not identify due to lack of characteristics, giving negative results
09.50 am : Coroner’s court recalls Selangor forensic police Chief Inspector Mazli Jusoh to the witness stand.
9.43am: The 10th day of the inquest begins with 13th witness Chief Inspector Mazli Jusoh, the investigating officer from the Forensics Dept at the Selangor police headquarters (IPK Selangor), being recalled to the stand.
He is being questioned by Tan Hock Chuan, who is acting for the Attorney-General.
9.00 am : Updates would be key in soon once the streamyx is OK
Yesterday wraps ups
The government pathologist, who last week suggested that a DAP political aide had committed suicide, admitted today in the coroner’s court that he did not find any facts to support his theory.
Dr Khairul Aznam Ibrahim from the Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) in nearby Klang told the inquest into Teoh Beng Hock’s death that he knew the 30-year-old was due to register his marriage the day he was found dead on a 5th-floor landing at Plaza Masalam here, nine floors below the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office.
The senior medical forensic expert had interviewed Teoh’s elder brother and younger sister as well as his 29-year-old teacher fiancée on the same day.
It was so he could find out the deceased’s psychological background and whether there had been any suicidal tendencies or substance abuse.
Khairul said the facts showed that Teoh was not susceptible to suicide.
Teoh’s elder brother told him that the deceased was an “open and talkative person”, the pathologist added.
But Khairul admitted, under intense grilling from Gobind Singh Deo, the lawyer for Teoh’s family, that he did not interview any of the anti-graft officers to check the possibility of a motive for murder, despite knowing that the political secretary to Selangor executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah had been subjected to an interrogation before he died.
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