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Thursday, July 17, 2008

More On AnWar, the Sinner...Illuminatus Agent

More den meet d 'eye'.. i am posting an interesting article by Hard-T on DNA,...heheh..hope we b open to judge d info ourslf... err..hope u wudn mind bro Hard-T, heheh..wat can I say...(",)

Thursday, July 17, 2008

DNA: Dead men tell no tales,,,,,

......but their bodies do.

DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) profiling, mentioned several times in the PKR de facto Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim trial few years ago, is a method of identifying a person through the unique signature in his cells.
It has been widely accepted as being extremely accurate. DNA evidence relies on the unique pattern of an individual's DNA, the genetic material found in all living cells.
No two persons, except identical twins, share the same DNA profile. A person's DNA profile is consistent throughout the body, and remains the same from birth.
By comparing DNA segments in cells from blood or semen left at the scene of a crime with a sample taken from a suspect, scientists can determine if it came from that person.
Scientists can also determine the paternity of a child by comparing his or her profile with the mother's and father's.
Malaysia's Forensic DNA Analysis Laboratory was set up in 1994.
Previously, Malaysia had to send DNA samples to Singapore's Institute of Sciences and Forensic Medicine for analysis. DNA is a double helix formed by base pairs attached to a sugar-phosphate backbone.
Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor and de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim refused to undergo a DNA test on the grounds of having no confidence in the system and on the advice of his lawyers and local and overseas DNA experts.
Anwar told a press conference at his home today, that he believed fabrication of DNA evidence was possible because of the 1998 false allegation of sodomy and because his accuser (Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan) was still under police custody.
“I have my reasons, based on the advice of my lawyers and local and foreign DNA experts. My DNA sample is already with the police. Secondly, the accuser is in police custody. Anything can happen. Why the need for DNA from me?
“In the 1998-99 case, the blood sample was forcefully taken from HKL on the instruction of Musa Hasan, according to the testimony of Dr Zahari. There was an attempt to fabricate. When we exposed it, the charge was withdrawn,” he said.
On 8 September 1998 Anwar told a press conference that:
KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - Sacked Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today spoke of the possibility of him being charged in court but said he did not believe the Government has a concrete case against him......
....On the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Rahim Noor's statement that he lied about DNA test, Anwar said his former private secretary Mohamed Azmin Ali and his wife and he (Anwar) and his wife had agreed to undergo the test, should the test conducted on Azmin and his wife proved inconclusive.
"The test by Azmin and wife proved that they were the biological parents of the child and even the IGP had said it.
"Since it had been proven, why should I have to undergo the test, I think the IGP should stick to his duty," said Anwar.
KL High Court
Date 17 December 1998
KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - A blood sample from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim whichwas sent for analysis in connection with a semen-stained mattress hadadditives mixed into it and would not yield any results, the High Courtheard today......
Anwar counsel Christopher Fernando: I thank Datuk Gani for having extended the DNA report to us onthe paternity of Afifah. I am going to produce it now. (marked as IDD71)
(The report was the result of DNA tests on blood samples of Anwar's former private secretary Mohamed Azmin Ali, his wife Shamsidar Taharin and their daughter Afifah.
(It was to determine the paternity of Afifah, as Azmin's sister Ummi Hafilda Ali had expressed suspicion that Afifah was Anwar's child.)
Fernando read out portions of the report. The blood samples tested were marked A for child, B for mother and C for the alleged father. The report said the ABO results showed that C cannot be excluded as the biological father of A.
It also said the fourth test done showed a 99.9693 per cent probability of paternity based on the
Malaysian database. It also said the combined probability on 19 genetic loci was 99.9999 per cent.
It said there was therefore no doubt that C is the biological father of A.

Questioned by Fernando, Musa said C was the sample taken from Azmin.
KL High Court
Date : 31 December 1998
KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - DNA tests on a semen-stained mattress seized from an apartment showed that the fluids had come from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Shamsidar Taharin, the High Court heard today.
Anwar's DNA matched the DNA obtained from 12 out of the 13 stains while Shamsidar's DNA matched that from three stains. Besides Anwar and Shamsidar, DNA from an unidentified man and two women were also found.
Several stains were mixed ones which meant they were the result of sexual activities like sexual
intercourse, said chemist Lim Kong Boon from the Chemistry Department who conducted the DNA tests.

Of the seven mixed stains, two contained DNA from Anwar and Shamsidar. Two mixed stains had DNA from three persons - one stain containing DNA from Anwar, Shamsidar and an unidentified man, and the other had DNA from Anwar, an unidentified man and woman.
The mattress was found in a Tivoli Villa apartment where Anwar allegedly brought Shamsidar for sex.
Shamsidar is the wife of his then private secretary Mohamed Azmin Ali.
Date : 31 December 1998
KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. - Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today applied for time to get the services of a DNA expert/s to assist his counsel in the cross-examination of a chemist who did a DNA test on his blood.
The notice of motion was filed by the legal firm of S.N. Nair and Partners at the High Court registry this afternoon.....
In his affidavit supporting the application, Anwar said his counsel had applied for the prosecution to defer the calling of the witness on DNA profiling for the following reasons:
* the evidence on the DNA profile was crucial to the prosecution and the defence and it would only be proper that the defence be given time to get its expert to advise counsel on the cross-examination;
* for that reason it was necessary for the expert to be in court to listen to the evidence to enable him to advise counsel;
* the DNA report was only given to the defence on Dec 22; and,
* attempts to contact several DNA profiling experts had been unsuccessful since they were on leave and would only be back at work after Jan 4, next year.

Why afraid to give your DNA sample if you believe in GOD....
p/s Its not uncommon to be confused when it comes to sexual orientation. Although I have heard someone's belief that having sex with someone of the same gender is exploring your similaraties; not sure how accurate it is but anyhoo

Well i dun tink bro Hard-T wud mind coz i reposted d whole page to credit him here,..heheh,,wat can I say..(",)

Conclusion:- my verdict is bro AnWar is a lets concentrate on getting PLah out.. all d bruhaha debate for nuting n dis moron is still playing mind games n winning at dat, duh..heheh..wat can I say..luckily i believe d majority rakyat will b happy to see bro AnWar bhind bars,..God forgive me for such a wish but he is Bad News...till den...(,")

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