Q: If you have not been in contact with the doctor, how do you know that the doctor did not conduct a medical check-up for sodomy?
A: We based our decision on the medical report he wrote.
Q: So are there two different reports? Are they (the report that is circulating) the same (as the original)?
A: It is the same report.
Q: You do have the original report, so is it (the copy that is circulating) the genuine report?
A: I cannot say if it is the genuine unless someone confirms, the committee. Maybe, maybe not. It looks the same but it is not the original copy, that is with me.
Looks the same but it is not the same because we have the original copy.
Q: Are the contents the same? It is the original copy from Pusrawi?
Q: He (Saiful) was not examined for sodomy, but (how come) the doctor said that there was no signs of sodomy.
A: He came complaining of pain in the anus, so that's a part of the routine, you look for pus, bleeding.
Q: How is this different from an actual sodomy check-up?
A: He came complaining of anus pain not complaining of sodomy. So the doctor performed a check-up for anus pain not sodomy.
Q: What led the doctor TRO (to rule out) sodomy? Why?
A: Because Saiful mentioned that he was sodomised. Sodomy check-up has to be done by a specialist not a medical officer. You need a gut specialist. We don't have one in Pusrawi.
Q: Does that mean that Dr Mohamed Osman is not qualified to make any conclusions?
A: He is not qualified to make any statements, any conclusions (with regards to sodomy).
Q: You have spoken to Dr Mohamed who has confirmed that he examined Saiful and confirmed that he has signed this medical report, why is the hospital still not convinced that it is the genuine medical report? Why is it taking so long to match the copy with the original copy?
A: We just realised this. When? Two days ago. It is just like VK Lingam said, "It looks like me, sounds like me but it is not me".
Q: You are not disputing whether the medical report is real. You are disputing if Dr Mohamed has the qualifications to ascertain that (sodomy had occurred). Basically you are discrediting your own medical staff?
A: No, but not when concerning this case. Is he suspended? No, he is on leave.
Q; If the contents of the reports are the same are you acknowledging that the report could have been from Pusrawi?
A: It could have been. It is the same.
Q: There are two different writing on the medical report.
A: Yes, there are two different. The patient arrived to see a doctor, and he meet with a female doctor first. After he complained of his anus pain, than he was passed on to a male doctor (Dr Mohamed).
Source: Malaysiakini: Hospital: It wasn't sodomy-related
I truly love this piece of communication and information dissemination.
It is like re-enacting the Lingham drama!