Tuesday 12 November 2013

Who called it a plot, whose plot?

Shafee: No plot against AG Gani Patail

Senior lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah has denied a plot was made against Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail at an alleged high-level meeting at Dr Mahathir Mohamad's residence three months ago.

Former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim had made this allegationrecently in a statutory declaration (SD).

Shafee said there was no reason for that and Mahathir was never involved in any way.
“Irrespective of what is contained in the SD, there is no such thing as a plot or conspiracy against the AG.

"There is no reason to do that, either on the issue of the black-eye incident or the issue of the Pulau Batu Puteh case," the senior lawyer said.
Furthermore, the senior lawyer said there was no purpose to discuss the Pulau Batu Puteh matter with Mat Zain, as he was only a former police officer and not an international lawyer.- from TUNKU

The plot thicken, does it not? The 'hidden hands' would definetly want that perception. They badly need Tun Dr Mahathir's name to fuel their plot. To give legitimacy to a plot. Call it a conspiracy if you want.

Even if the said '3 days after Raya' gathering at Dr Mahathir's residence did take place, someone must have arranged it (taking advantage of the festive celebrations where you can't possibly chase your guest away). 

Shafee confirmed that he was at Dr Mahathir's residence on Aug 10. But he declined to reveal who else was there or how all of them ended up as the elder statesman's guests.  

I was told there are a few shady characters in the plot, some who have been trying hard to clean their dirty hands and ill gotten gains. Some could have done it to satisfy their own ego. But who are they?

Why such renewed attacks?

Could somebody please tell us. Is/Was he a good cop or bad cop?

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