THE second post-mortem on the remains of DAP political aide Teoh Beng Hock was completed yesterday and it is learnt that everything went smoothly.
A pathologist tasked with the autopsy told Malay Mail there had been “no tension” between the doctors which included Thai pathologist Dr Porntip Rojanasun and and British pathologist Dr Peter Venezis — hired by the Selangor government and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) respectively.
“We discussed things professionally and there was no tension between us at all. We were, at the end of it, able to see eye-to-eye,” said the doctor, who declined to be named.
A source in the hospital also told Malay Mail that everything was calm throughout the two days. “They met in the discussion room today (yesterday) and talked, with the police investigating officer taking notes, before going into the autopsy room. From what I saw of the pathologists, they looked serious, but I believe anything they disagreed on would be in their own reports,” said the source.
Security around the forensics room was tight and police officers and reporters were not allowed near it.