"Believe nothing, no matter where you read it or who has said it, not even if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense."

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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

It Was Not Fish Head Curry…It Was Bah Kut Teh, la

Malaysia Today

So, on the evening of 3rd July 2008 Bala did not go out for fish head curry with ASP Tonny after all. Well, I’m glad that’s been cleared up for us all; not to mention all the other details and missing pieces of the Bala saga that unfolded following his first statutory declaration.

By G. Krishnan
So it’s been cleared up for us now that ASP Tonny wanted to actually get together with Bala at an ikan bakar joint, and this too did not materialise. Bala ended up with one ASP Suresh character and they were having bat kut teh when things began to really happen and Bala’s live takes a dramatic turn as his path crosses with some of the other characters. Well, I’m sure you must have read the transcript of Bala’s interview since he resurfaced again.

I’m glad the confusion about fish head curry, ikan bakar, and bah kut teh has now been cleared up. I suppose it’s understandable how we might have thought it was fish head curry as that was his lawyer’s understanding just before Bala ended-up in a deeper political web that he could have ever imagined and before he was plunged into an abyss.

And I tell you I believe him when he says it was bah hut teh that he had that evening and not ikan bakar or fish head curry. And you know something else? I also believe his account of what transpired the hours, days, weeks, and subsequent months. Is it possible that there may be some details in his account that are not absolutely accurate as he recounted them in his recent public interview?

Of course in recounting everything about one’s life over the past several months, we should be understandably forgiven if we, for example, could not exactly remember what time if was when such-and-such a person called you or met you in the lobby of a hotel or some such thing. And given Bala’s account, the general public, we’re of course free to draw our own conclusions.

For me, while I have several reasons to think he’s recounting events and incidents that actually did happen, the main reason why I find him believable is because he has spelled out so many specific encounters about people his path crossed with, places, and meetings me had with individuals that if any major aspect of his account was untrue, he would be in an even much deeper mess. And I’m inclined to think he – and his lawyers - understands this very well.

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