‘Sodomy’, leak and punishment

Deputy Health Minister Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad warned that Hospital Puswari could be fined up to RM300,000 and its management imprisoned if found guilty of ‘negligence which led to the leakage of information concerning the “medical report” on Mohd Saiful Bukhari who had earlier claimed that he was sodomised by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’.

According to a Bernama report, Abdul Latif also reminded that the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) could also take disciplinary action against the doctor concerned.

Even if the hospital and the doctor concerned were found to have committed such ‘negligence’, does this apparent disclosure of the ‘medical report’ necessarily negate the findings of the doctor? Does the leak make the report less credible and thus cannot be used, say, in a court of law?

 

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7 Responses to “‘Sodomy’, leak and punishment”


  1. 1 facial 1 August 2008 at 6:00 am

    Deputy Health Minister Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad warned that Hospital Puswari could be fined up to RM300,000 and its management imprisoned if found guilty.

    Hope Wan Mahmud Wan Yaakob and Dr Kamaruddin Ahmad and families can sleep in peace. Don’t regret what you have said for Stomach-Ache complaint. We are just parked here by conscience.

  2. 2 cinta Malaysia 1 August 2008 at 6:57 am

    This is the problem with our Government. They are more concerned with witch-hunting on who leaks the truth rather than probe on the truth.
    What about the fabricators in the first case in 1998? Up till today, nobody has been charged or fined on being conspirators and fabricators!
    Dr. Abdul Latiff, can you look into the mirror and ask yourself whether there is justice? Poorah.

  3. 3 abil 1 August 2008 at 7:49 am

    It is a greater sin to deny a person the truth. the report should have been disclosed by police. There is greater good than looking at the legality. There are greater sins like cold blooded murder than this obnoxious release of Medical report. It is a greater sin to fabricate a false report.

  4. 4 CJFOO 1 August 2008 at 10:44 am

    If Hospital Puswari and the doctor concerned are duly charged for negligence, it does confirm that the medical report on Saiful is genuine and Saiful was not sodomised. Anwar should be left alone to pursue his political dream.

  5. 5 Kaylie 1 August 2008 at 12:24 pm

    I truly believe that the government did not hire a PR to conduct their statement. The statement given by them so far, is a joke.

  6. 6 Antares 3 August 2008 at 2:28 am

    That’s primate politics for you. Beat your chest, bare your fangs, rally your henchapes when feeling threatened. KJ is a natural at this sort of atavistic misbehavior!

  7. 7 Isa X 3 August 2008 at 8:49 am

    Charge them or not, it is a small price for them anyway. besides I am sure they are all cronies of UMNO. That Dr. is just an aberration due to demand for professional employees. therefore he was expendable. moreover he is a foreigner who always easily receives the shitty end of the stick. We Malaysian(s) of all groups treat foreigners as though God created them for our purpose otherwise we can easily rid ourselves of them if they were as much as a colour irritation. I hope in all this anus politicking, we appreciate humanity and not the use of human beings the way the Japanese and the British once treated us Melayu and the Indigenous. Will we learn of this Rohinger Doctor’s principle for humanity for truth and Justice at the expense of criminal intimidation, and possible status revocation and unemployment? Who is the main benefactor here – Malaysia boleh.


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