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A Tribute To Teoh Beng Hock

This morning after reading the news and many many comments regarding the death of Teoh Beng Hock, I was utterly devastated and very very sad over this tragedy. Though I do not know him personally, I empathize for him. What exactly had taken place, God only knows and may He be in control of all situations in days to come...

Teoh Beng Hock,
Though u fell, u r not fallen,
Tears are shed, Many hearts are broken,
But We Believe one day
The Truth will be spoken...

My deepest condolence to his loved ones and family...

Comments

  1. i am very disturbed after reading the newspaper today. may there be justice soon. my deepest condolence to his loved ones.

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  2. yes...hope we know the truth later on.. so young.. so helpless.. must be very frightening too..

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  3. Oh jeez I did not follow any news lately.. Dun knw what happen.. will check out tomorrow..

    Happy weekends fren..

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  4. Well, if you have read this, you'll probably be more than angry...

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/32571-they-asked-me-whether-i-was-from-china

    And what's that about 1-Malaysia? It's scary huh? Knowing that this is our country, and that it is controlled by people who believe they OWN this country - we have to work hard, educate our children NOT to be like those idiots.

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  5. Yup, justice shall prevail!

    Claire, I've an award for you in my blog!

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  6. Really tragic...so very sad! I doubt anything will come out of this. I never meddle in such things but after this case, I think it is about time, the people get rid of those responsible for all this mess that the country is in today...

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