So YB Teo Nie Ching is dirty

Ok, when Hishammuddin "I will apologise if anyone is offended" Hussien commented or "speculated" in Razak 's (the "are you a lawyer" ^acting^ for MACC) word, that YB Teo Nie Ching is "dirty", I wonder how did Hishammuddin arrive at that conclusion?

"Dirty" Teo Nie Ching at her sinister best? Let the people in Serdang decide.

Is he taking over Bung Mokhtar as the self proclaim bocor expert in the August House? Or is it a dirty mind with a dirty thought playing a dirty trick in a dirty game, or just like a still growing little boy resorting to name calling and sand kicking in the play ground because he is not getting his way?

Foong Poh Kuan, Teresa Kok, YB Jospehine, Elizabeth Wong and now Teo Nie me paranoid but the Boy Cry Wolf in me can't help but notice a trend.

All I can say is,

1) "So is it right or wrong for Mirzan Mahathir to own shares in San Miguel Corp which which control 51% of San Miguel Brewery? "

2) "Ibnu Hakeem: Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin clarified that he borrowed money to buy a substantial stake in fledgling financial advisory company ECM-Libra.

Exchange filings showed that Khairy bought 13 million shares at 71 sen per share in three separate transactions from acquaintance and ECM-Libra’s chairperson Kalimullah Masheerul Hassan, chief executive officer Lim Kian Onn and chief operating officer Chua Ming Huat.

Khairy has been a director of ECM-Libra since July 2004, not long after his father-in-law, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, succeeded Dr Mahathir Mohamad as prime minister

According to Section 131 of the Companies Act, it is illegal for a company to make a loan to anyone (especially a director) to buy its own shares. In this case, ECM Libra is also a financial institution (a so-called investment bank) which means it is also under the purview of the Bafia (Banking and Financial Institutions Act). The Bafia has a few more restrictions than the Companies Act.

Since Khairy has made a public confession, the attorney-general and Bank Negara should investigate if there is any breach of either the Companies Act, the Bafia, or both."

3) KUALA LUMPUR: Kinabatangan MP Bung Mokhtar Radin pleaded guilty Tuesday at the Gombak Timur Lower Syariah court to committing polygamy without consent.

His second wife Zizie Ezette A Samad also pleaded guilty to marrying without the consent of the marriage registrar.

Both were released on oral bail of RM500 each in one surety.

Five other men, including Zizie’s three brothers also pleaded guilty at the same court to abetting Bung.

4) Ali Rustam Remains Malacca Chief Minister - Najib
2009-03-17 17:40

KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Tuesday (17 March) Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, who has been barred from contesting in the upcoming UMNO elections, will remain as the Malacca Chief Minister.

Najib said that he hoped Mohd Ali would accept the decision with an open heart.

He also urged him to continue contributing to the struggle of the party.

The UMNO Disclipinary Board found Mohd Ali guilty of violating party ethics for indulging in money politics and is prohibited from contesting the post of UMNO deputy president. (Bernama)

5) "Finance Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who is also the Prime Minister, said Bank Negara had revoked the licences of such money changers.

He added that action could be taken against anyone under Anti-Money Laundering Act 2001 for transferring funds outside Malaysia via money changers.

Najib said this in a written reply to Loke Siew Fook (DAP-Rasah) who had asked about the status of investigation into an allegation that Negri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hassan had remitted RM10mil to the United Kingdom via a money changer.

At a press conference in Parliament lobby, Loke and Tian Chua (PKR-Batu) urged Bank Negara to disclose the outcome of its investigation into cases of VIPs transferring funds outside Malaysia via money changers.

While Chua said a report had been lodged with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) last year against Mohamed, Loke, who is also a state assemblyman, said he had queried Mohamad during the Negri Sembilan state assembly in December last year.

“His reply was that I should ask the authorities,’’ said Loke."

Correct Correct Correct me if am I wrong, there is a peri bahasa "meludah ke langit" right?

So what's the definition of "dirty" according to the minister in charge of ISA?

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