06
Jul
07

A case of media victimization?

4 CTOS officers (or Credit Tip-Off Services) have been summoned to court.

But there’s surely more than meets the eye.  CTOS seems to be in the limelight when,

Last week, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk M. Kayveas’ claimed that there was wide- spread “blacklisting” by CTOS even though the latter had no power or authority to do so.

Or so he alleged. The CEO wrote back in an open letter published in Malaysiakini.com.

And DAP economic advisor, Tony Pua had his own take as well.

But, there is a lingering suspicion that the court summon was more to provide the media with cause to give a negative spin against CTOS than any real cause for legal action.

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