Police chief undergoes heart bypass
Aug 19, 08 4:53pm
Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan underwent a successful heart bypass surgery at the National Heart Institute (IJN) today.


musa hassanIt is learnt that the police chief is recuperating in the intensive care unit (ICU) in an induced coma.

According to Star Online, Musa, 57, was advised to undergo the procedure following a routine medical check-up last week at the IJN.

The same report said that doctors have placed a strict no-visitors policy.

Musa has served as the nation’s top cop since September 2006. His services were extended for two-years on Sept 14 last year under controversial circumstances.

He began his career in 1969 as an inspector before earning a law degree.

Subsequently, he held several important posts including as Malacca prosecuting officer in 1973, Bukit Aman prosecution/criminal law deputy assistant director in 1995 and Johor police chief in 2003.

Musa is best remembered for his role as the head of the prosecution team in the first sodomy case involving former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim in 1999.

Following this, Musa rose quickly up the ranks and became head of the criminal investigation department in 2004 and deputy inspector-general a year later.

Dear MUsa,

I hope with the unclogging of your arteries, your conscience will come back to you, and you in return will repair whatever damages that had been done to the police force. Bring back the credibility of PDRM. Clear all the skeletons in the closets, purge all of them. And do it immediately!!

Wahhh, who am I to instruct him .  hmmm, think it’ll happen like I want it??, nah, if that happens then  the cow will jump over the moon!!