1. After reading most of the articles and reports on the death of Teoh, I think there are two things that cannot be disputed. They are:
i) Teoh was still in the custody of MACC at the time of his death; and
ii) Teoh Beng Hock DID NOT commit suicide.
Pic 1. Teoh with MACC officers
2. I don’t think I will go over the reasons again as the evidences are all too clear particulary about Teoh being in custody. The claim that he was released at 3.45 am is simply a BLATANT LIE! He was NEVER released at the said time as his hand phone and other belongings was still in a locker at the MACC HQ till the next day when police confiscated it. This has been confirmed by the Selangor CPO.
Pic 2. Teoh with MACC officers…walking into the Valley of Death?
3. As Dr. Rafick puts it, the issue now is how was his condition when he left the building? Was he dead, unconscious or alive? The possibilities are:
a) He either died during interrogation and was thrown out of the window;
b) He was pushed out of the window while still alive/unconcious; or
c) He died during the gruelling interrogation and his body was carried down and placed on the fifth floor.
4. Recently there was another interesting observation and assesment by YB Dr. Lee Boon Chye, a UK trained heart specialist. The Suara Keadilan current issue — Frontpage ran a story on “Teoh Beng Hock — dead before the fall?” which among others, quoted MP Dr Lee Boon Chye as saying that the signs of the body position, injuries etc are not consistent with “suicide”. In cases of suicide, the victim normally would outstretch his/her hands (spontaneously on reflex) so the “side-inclined position” and injuries suffered by Teoh on the 5th level balcony at Plaza Massalam ruled out a suicide.
Pic 3. Teoh…found inclined to his RIGHT with NO Blood Splatters
5. Dr. Lee added that Teoh could have already been dead or unconcious before he was thrown out as he suffered serious injuries on only one side, namely his right shoulders, pelvic region and right leg.
Disclaimer: The above writing is based on assessment of various images and writings on the mainstream media (MSM) as well as the online media. Readers can expect some gross margin of error in the findings/conclusions as we are not professional forensic pathologists and we do NOT have any access to real evidence/reports. Do let me know what the errors are so that we can come to a clear conclusion on what transpired. Readers are encouraged to give their views/opinion on CSI Rakyat so that we can understand the tragedy better and let the truth be told.