Teoh Beng Hock: 365 Days and Counting

A red hearse for a tragic death. In Chinese custom, the colour red is only used at funerals to symbolise that the deceased died from an injustice.

A red hearse for a tragic death. In Chinese custom, the colour red is only used at funerals to symbolise the search for justice for the deceased.

20 July 2009

20 July 2009. (Source: thesundaily.com)

(Source: Sharil Amin @ thesundaily.com)

(Source: Sharil Amin @ thesundaily.com)

Source: Sharil Amin @ thesundaily.com

Source: Sharil Amin @ thesundaily.com

Teoh's parents at a meeting with the Prime Minister, Najib Razak. (Source: themalaysianinsider.com)

Nice touch with the yellow visitor passes for the grieving parents. What would Najib do if he met them now?

We recommend Haris Ibrahim’s Where’d you learn that Jibby? as suggested reading.

At the inquest - which begs the question,

Not just any trial - but an "inquest"

inside SAHC

Plaza Masalam

Defenestrate: to throw someone or something out of a window

Dr. Pornthip arriving in court. She had revealed that threats were made against her for testifying. A concerned Hishamuddin asks for details so that he can protect her.

Dr. Pornthip publicly asked for an official guarantee from the Government and the AG’s Chambers to guarantee her safety and freedom to perform her professional duty.

coroner's sketch Teoh Beng Hock

The late Teoh Beng Hock's son, Teoh Er Jia was born on

Little Teoh Er Jia

(Source: thestar.com.my)

(Source: thestar.com.my)

Trust fund for Teoh’s baby close to RM500,000 Malaysian Insider. Contributions to the fund may be sent to Public Bank account number: 3154 127 533.

Bar Council TBH

One year later...

MACC kills banner


Teoh Beng Hock candle

person at teoh beng hock vigil

Participatory Sudden Death at

"Sudden Death" - a participatory performance, in memory of Teoh Beng Hock.

sudden death poster

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Teoh Beng Hock as he was

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