Post Eid syndrome

Sep 13, 2010

Yeah...it's the 4th day of Syawal. With heavy legs and stomach I marched to the University today. My stomach is still filled with yesterday's open house food. 2-3 open house a day is really bad for the health I must say. With lots of cookies still piled up at home, we definitely desperately in need of exercise. Otherwise, I can't imagine what we would look like in a week time.


While some of us are still in Raya mood, there is one particular news in Malaysia that really caught my attention. Yes, the multimillionaire, Datuk S's murder case. It is almost confirmed that she was brutally murdered, burned and her ash was scattered in the Panchau river along with 3 other victims who accompanied her for the business deal in Banting. It is rumored that the main person who planned this kidnap/murder is also an influential young Datuk who happens to be a lawyer. It was said to be a well planned murder. Gosh, I had goose bumps when I first read about the news.

The victim Datuk was decent enough and didn't go alone, but went with three other men to close the deal. Little did she know that the other party was so evil and had prepared and hired more people to brutally killed them. Whoever these people are, I hope they would be punished accordingly. I just cannot imagine that human being can be so cruel. To what extent is money the root of all evil? You tell me...


May God bless the souls.

6 comments:

Uncle Lee said...

Holy Smoke! Really sad read this. I hope those people get caught and whipped, then hang.
Why kill somebody like that!
And during the festive season too.

You now relax sikit after the Hari Raya, I guess....stay easy, keep well, Lee.

Nana said...

Yeah, Malaysia is not as peaceful anymore.
These people seemed to be linked to a few other missing people cases for the past few years too. Really monsters la! I too wish they would be given death sentences. Sad, really sad.
Life is back to normal since the 4th of Raya. As usual, hectic life is awaiting...haha...
Enjoy your day. Show us your fishing skill, Lee. Want to see the big fish you caught...;)

pakmat said...

..selamat hari raya, nana..yes, it was a foul deed, indeed..and I think they will get what;s ccoming to them..its still peaceful here, on the main..esp. in Bachok..cheers...take care..

Nana said...

Selamat Hari Raya PakMat. Am glad to hear there is still peaceful place in Malaysia. A few of my friends' house been robbed in Kelana Jaya, Shah Alam and KL. Been wondering where we should settle down when we go back since crime rate has increased in Malaysia. Hopefully the situation would improve. Stay happy Pakmat!

TK said...

Hi Nana..Slamat Hari Raya!!! Everyday I beli at least 5 newspapers just to read on the latest news about the murder case..Raya taun ni pun tak best when something bad like that happened in our country. Terasa sgt..It must be very hard for the families. People are jst so greedy for money...

Nana said...

Hi TK. It's really sad to see things like that happening during the month of Ramadhan-Syawal. Yeah, people who commit crimes don't care about when and where...but I really think the murderer was stupid to choose a high profile person as a target. Well, in a good way, the case had surfaced other cases which were gone unnoticed. May God bless these people's souls...

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