The death of Teoh marks the need for Malaysia to reform - not just in terms of transparency, integrity and accountability.
It is high time Malaysians look far and beyond these crafty words often used by politicians to gain political mileage, fame and news.
The Barisan Nasional Federal Government should of course double their efforts in promoting forensic science and improve the forensic labs as well as criminal investigative units in PDRM.
I am very surprised why so many among the Opposition who immediately linked Barisan Nasional to Teoh's death and the MACC.
The system is clear in Malaysia that the Royal Malaysian Police and the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission are independent bodies that come under the Royal patronage of DYMM Yang Dipertuan Agong Malaysia.
Why link Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and the Barisan Nasional Government to these independent bodies ?
Malaysia must move beyond childish tactics like these and stop believing the puppeteers of the Opposition.
An independent inquiry led by the Police, a Royal Commission or perhaps a Parliamentary Select Inquiry which consist of Members of Parliament and Senators should be in place to look into Teoh's case.
Whatever it is, the suspiciously well organized political moves by the Opposition leaders that instantaneously link Barisan Nasional and MACC officers to the death of Teoh have delivered the result of any possible inquiry.
Anything less than a "MACC = murderer" or "Barisan Nasional - blood in your hands" will be deemed unacceptable by the people. The politicians have successfully led the people to deliver the "results" of any future inquiry into the matter.
Sadly, this is Malaysia today and it will be the Malaysia for years to come where the legislative arm is no longer needed but public Court of opinions and judgement are the rule of law today.
There are countless blogs and news online that seem to "direct" Barisan Nasional to take full responsibility over the case of Teoh's unfortunate death.
Taking up the case personally by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will only blur the lines of independence between the two law enforcement units and the Malaysian Government.
Just two weeks ago, YB Wee Choo Keong mentioned about an open secret where a Selangor EXCO misused his/her office for underground business activities.
These were heavily retorted by YB Teresa Kok and YB Ronnie Liu, although YB Wee Choo Keong exposed no names in the first place and ended up with a teaser - Siapa makan cili, dia terasa pedas.
Several days ago, the Political Secretary to Ean Yong Hian Wah was found dead at the MACC building grounds and cause of death (COD) was reported to be due to a fall from high levels.
Surprisingly, Ean Yong Hian Wah is also an EXCO of Selangor, not just a normal ADUN of Seri Kembangan.
I wonder if these have any links to the accusations by YB Wee Choo Keong on a particular Selangor EXCO.
YB Wee Choo Keong must reveal the identity of the Selangor State Exco member, whose links to the underworld is an open secret in the Selangor Govt administration, to give Teoh his justice !