Sarawak Report - Horses’ Mouths – 20 July 2015

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Sarawak Report

Access to this website is blocked temporarily, until the special task force completes its investigation.

Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), confirming that it has temporarily blocked access to London-based whistleblower website Sarawak Report


When Lester Melanyi played around with an email I had sent, I immediately published the correct version, which exonerated me and shut him up. Why cannot PetroSaudi do that?

Clare Rewcastle Brown, Sarawak Report editor-in-chief, challenging detractors who claim she had used tampered documents for her articles to show proof, just as she has done in response to a "confession" by a former journalist



Shooting the messenger?

If the messenger is disreputable and a mercenary, what is the credibility of his message? School children would be able to give proper answer to this question which seems to be beyond Abdul Rahman’s mental and moral capabilities.

Lim Kit Siang, DAP advisor, criticising Abdul Rahman Dahlan for defending Lester Melanyi's "exposé" on Sarawak Report despite credibility issues


Sadly, Lim chose to ignore the message and instead vilified and demonised the messenger.

Abdul Rahman Dahlan, Umno supreme council member, questioning why Lim Kit Siang insisted on discrediting Lester Melanyi



Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB)

I don't want to meddle in PAS' internal affairs. I believe the leadership can solve the problems so that the people will be confident that Pakatan would bring change in the14th general election.

Azmin Ali, Selangor MB


The opposition stands to benefit if this development can attract BN voters, but will this happen? I am not confident of this as the new movement by the defeated PAS leaders appears to only focus on PAS members.

Iskandar Abdul Samad, Selangor PAS commissioner



Tabung Haji’s 1MDB land

Every day that goes by without the land being sold is akin to Abdul Azeez lying to the people and going against the prime minister. The truth is, given the rising controversy in 1MDB, not many want to touch the land. Furthermore, there are also lots of land in TRX which have yet to be sold.

A Kadir Jasin, former News Straits Times editor in chief, questioning Lembaga Tabung Haji's progress in selling the controversial 1MDB's Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) plot of lands it purchased 75 days ago

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