Malaysia Home Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein conceded that there were indeed ‘problems’ with a computer firm employed at the national police headquarters in Bukit Aman. Today, Malaysia government is HOT and has directed special commission to investigate the accusation from opposition regarding the Israel Spy inside Malaysia Police Force………
In Feb 2010, in conjunction of Hewlett Packard Annual Dinner, I had highlighted that something critical is going to happen to Malaysia Police Force（slide 12）. My argument is based on the fact that there are 2 knifes cut Tiger head (please refer to logo of Malaysia Royal Police Force below) in Geng Yin 庚寅 tiger Year 2010.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 15 — about 2 weeks ago, Tan Sri Musa Hassan (picture below , left) will be replaced as the Inspector-General of Police when his contract expires in September.
While refusing to disclose details, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (picture, centre) said today that a transition process was already in place, with details to be decided by the government.
“I already know who is going to replace the IGP. I already know who is going to replace the director of the commercial crime division. I already know those who will take over, so there is no need for us to speculate and report news without basis,” said Hishammuddin in Parliament today.
Last Saturday, Musa was forced to deny a report in local Chinese daily China Press that he had resigned as Inspector-General of Police.
Quoting unnamed sources, China Press had reported that Musa submitted his resignation letter to the Home Minister, Datuk Seri Hishammudin Hussein, and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
The 59-year-old Musa’s contract as IGP expires in September.
The report of his resignation came a day after suspended police Commissoner Datuk Ramli Yusoff was acquitted of three corruption charges by the Sessions Court here.
Ramli’s acquittal had sparked intense speculation surrounding his future because his relationship with Musa is understood to have been soured by events leading up to his prosecution.
A number of uncorroborated reports had also emerged on the Internet in recent years alleging the involvement of the criminal underworld in events leading to Ramli being charged for corruption.
In an interview with The Malaysian Insider which was published today, Ramli, who was the third most senior police officer until his suspension, said he would report for duty soon.
He also lashed out at being treated badly by his colleagues.
Ramli pointed out that Musa had once served directly under him for six years.
Ramli was deputy director of the CID at the time while Musa was head of prosecution.
“At one time, I treated him like my own brother. I never expected this sort of treatment.”
Ramli’s comments will have added to the speculation swirling around Musa.
Let’s see what is the out come according to the Police Logo (2 knifes and 1 tiger head)…. very soon …. the truth will be revealed to you