For the past four decades, they have been making wild accusation on Barisan Nasional one after another. If Teoh' death expose serious wrong doing in DAP, it will look bad on DAP.
They only tasted power for only a year and yet are already abusing power and indulging in corruption. The voters will not only not trust to give power at the Federal level, but will end up losing more already secured seats.
Thus, the finding of the death of Teoh can have serious ramification on DAP.
Desperation can be seen in all DAP's actions and reactions. They attempted to accuse MACC for selective persecution but was easily rebuted by facts and figures from MACC. Malay Mail reported the rebuttal.
More lies of Lim Kit Siang will be unravelled.
Without awaiting police investigation, they claimed that Teoh is murdered by MACC. That is illogical when considering that he is a witness and cooperative during interrogation.
Realising that allegation could be dispelled easily, they openly refused to accept any police findings to say it is a suicide. Why?
Suicide would look badly on them. It is not logical for Teoh who is due to register his marriage to his two month pregnant fiance would want to commit suicide. If he did die of suicide, the reason for suicide would be damaging for DAP.
Pressure is on DAP with accusation of underworld relation. The public and blogs are suspecting Ronnie Liu and to a lesser extent Ean Yong Hian Wah and Tan Boon Hwa as having underworld ties and as likely suspect in the event it is murder.
To relieve pressure, Lim Kit Siang demanded for a Royal Commision of Inquiry and he got it. That came unexpectedly and he had to find excuses to further demonise the Government. He now insist Tunku Aziz to head the RCI.
With Tunku Aziz no more non partisan and DAP cannot be trusted to be rationale on this issue, that will not happen. A truly independent members of the RCI is better.
Lim Kit Siang also made an accusation that MACC are doing selective persecution. He was rebuted by Rocky's paper Malay Mail. This was published yesterday:
What selective persecution, Lim? More BN politicians than Pakatan hauled up by MACC
More BN politicians hauled up by MACC compared with Pakatan counterparts
By Najmuddin Najib
Malay Mail, Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
THIS year alone, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission questioned more than 20 Barisan Nasional politicians and less than five of their Pakatan Rakyat counterparts over allegations of abuse of power and money politics.
Of the 20 from the BN camp, five are high-profile politicians. MACC has also charged several BN politicians, including first-term Lenggeng assemblyman Mustafa Salim, 50, who faced three charges of corruption
In January this year, Beruas Umno vice-chairman Azman Noh was charged at the Ipoh Sessions Court for offering bribes to ensure that he was voted in as the division's vice-chief.
In March, MACC had charged Federal Territory Umno Youth chief Datuk Mohamad Norza Zakaria, who pleaded not guilty to two corruption charges involving alleged vote-buying during the run-up to the Umno general election.
BN politicians questioned by MACC this year include former Tourism and Sports Minister and ex-Puteri Umno head Datuk Seri Azalina Othman and former Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo. It was also learnt that one BN politician hauled in by MACC was questioned by officers from 8pm to 6am.
These are the statistics that Malay Mail had obtained based on our research into MACC's list of activities for this year.
No politicians from Pakatan Rakyat have been charged yet.
It is also learnt these findings are being compiled by MACC in their bid to refute allegations that it practised selective persecution of certain political parties.
On the day of the death of Teoh Beng Hock, former aide of Selangor exco member Ean Yong Hing Wah, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng launched a stinging rebuke of MACC, calling for the agency to stop its "political persecution" of Pakatan Rakyat, especially DAP leaders and members.
His father, DAP national chairman Lim Kit Siang, during Teoh's funeral in Alor Gajah, called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, to "stop the MACC war against Pakatan Rakyat and direct it to return to its original purpose of declaring war against corruption".