Psy-war by Mahathir’s spin doctor OutSyed in cahoots with mercenary Clare Brown

 |Dec 16, 2016
British mercenary writer Clare Rewcastle Brown (left) collaborating with Mahathir's spin doctor Syed Akbar Ali.
British mercenary writer Clare Rewcastle Brown (left) collaborating with Mahathir’s spin doctor Syed Akbar Ali.

Syed Akbar Ali, Mahathir Mohamad’s spin-doctor, made a posting in his blog today saying that:

No one in Thailand has any reason to see Xavier Justo dead.

No one in Thailand had any reason to see Altantuya dead.

No one in Thailand had any reason to see Najadi dead.

No one in Thailand had any reason to see PI Bala dead.

No one in Thailand had any reason to see Kevin Morais dead.

This is actually a very clever way to insinuate that one person is responsible for all the deaths mentioned above.

It also suggests that all these deaths are related to the same case, which is why one person is responsible for all the deaths.

It further suggests that PI Bala did not die of natural causes or of a heart attack but was murdered and made to look like a heart attack.

This means the doctors must have been bribed into signing a false death certificate to cover up PI Bala’s murder.

I have no information as to whether an autopsy was done or whether Bala’s wife prevented an autopsy from being done (which means she may be involved in Bala’s murder) and if an autopsy was done who was the doctor involved (which means the doctor may have been bribed into preparing a false autopsy report).

Xavier and Laura Justo.
Xavier and Laura Justo.

What I do know, however, is that Mahathir Mohamad was worried that Justo may travel to Malaysia after his release from jail, and if he does then the truth might surface regarding the fabricated reports surrounding 1MDB.

It seems the reports that The Edge and The Malaysian Insider published were false and Justo would be able to expose this.

So what Syed is doing is he is trying to frighten Justo from going to Malaysia by suggesting that someone had murdered many people and Justo is going to be another victim of murder.

I believe Sarawak Report also covered a story about Justo’s wife fearing for her husband’s safety, which appears like Syed and Sarawak Report are working in concert. – Malaysia Today

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Raja Petra Kamarudin or RPK, cousin to the Selangor Sultan, is one of Malaysia's earliest online 'citizen journalists'. He started his website in 1995 before the internet 'explosion' triggered by the Reformasi movement in September 1998. Malaysia Today was launched as a blog in August 2004 and is one of the few pioneer blogs still active and posting articles on a daily basis 24-7. RPK, 66 years old, has been writing since 1990.