The Hello Bar is a simple web toolbar that engages users and communicates a call to action.

Dr Osman Statutory Declaration

Dr Mohd Osman Abdul Hamid in a statutory declaration made on Aug 1, says he stands by his findings of an examination done on Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
Dr Osman's letter

Dr Osman Statutory Declaration

I, Dr. Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid PR Card No: A358617 having a status as Malaysian Permanent Resident of full age and having my residential address at B24-3, Menara City One Condominium, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, 50100 Kuala Lumpur do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:-

  1. I am making this statutory declaration in full knowledge and awareness that the matters relating to the police report by one Mohd Saiful Bukhari B Azlan (the Patient) that he has been sodomised by someone and that the medical report relating thereto attended by me has been widely circulated in the media.
  2. I make this declaration to the best of my knowledge and recollection to present the true picture as far as my involvement is concerned.
  3. I graduted from Institute of Medicine 2, University of Rangoon, Myanmar in 1977, immediately after graduation I worked as a Medical Officer with several public and private medical institutions in Myanmar until 1990. In 1991 I migrated to Malaysia and worked with RISEP as Medical Officer until 1995. I later worked with HIKMAH (Harakah Islamiah) is Sarawak as Medical Officer until 1999. I was later employed by the University Hospital in Petaling Jaya from 2000 to 2007 as Medical Officer and I joined Hospital PUSRAWI at the beginning of 2008 until now also as Medical Officer. In total I have accumulated more than 30 years valuable experiences in medical field.
  4. Some time at the end of June 2008 while on duty in PUSRAWI, I was referred with a patient now widely known as Mohd Saiful Bukhari B Azlan. He was initially attended to by another female doctor but subsequently referred to me as the Patient requested to be examined by a male doctor.
  5. Through my experience I have encountered many similar complaint as the said Patient and I have thereupon proceeded with the appropriate examination on the Patient i.e Per rectal examination and I have recorded my findings in the Hospital’s standard medical examination folder.
  6. I later learned that the medical examination folder was widely circulated in the media and internet and I was shocked and surprised to find out that the exact medical examination folder with its exact content without amendment or addition has found its way into media.
  7. The circulation of the medical report came to my knowledge after I went on leave. For record, however, I would like to confirm that I strongly stand firm on my findings.
  8. In normal practice in the Hospital, at the end of the examination, the Patient’s folder will be forwarded to the record office by the nurse or staff on duty together with the folders of other patients and I, or any other attending doctor for that matter, should have never handled patients record personally. I have never seen the Patient’s medical record ever since until it was widely circulated by the media. I would like also stress that I have no knowledge of the person responsible leaking the report to any third party.
  9. Two days after I attended the examination on the Patient, I come to know that tje Patient’s name appeared in the newspaper. I checked with the hospital’s computer and find out that the said Mohd Saiful Bukhari B Azlan was my patient. I had immediately informed Dr Kamarudin, the Hospital’s director of the matter and was accordingly advised to refer the matter to the Hospital’s administration which I duly complied.
  10. Some time in early July 2008, I was visited by a police officer in uniform who introduced himself as ASP Ramli Mat Derus from IPD Brickfield, Cawangan Jenayah. He informed me that the Patient has made police report and he is investigating the case. I was later interviewed and questioned on matters related to the Patient’s medical examination which I have co operated fully with him.
  11. ASP Ramli recorded my statement in his own handwriting in Bahasa Malaysia. He prepared 9 to 10 pages of hand written statement and asked me to sign and stamp every page with my official rubber stamp.
  12. As the statements was handwritten and in Bahasa Malaysia, I did not understand most of it as I am not proficient in Bahasa Malaysia.
  13. The following week, the same officer came to see me in plain cloths bringing along with him a prepared, typed and printed statement in Bahasa Malaysia which he asked me to read and sign. The Officer informed me that I have to re-signature the statements as the previous statements were handwritten and he needed the statements to be properly typed.
  14. I read few paragraphs and made few amendments to the statements with the officer’s assistance. I also pointed out to him those certain facts which has not been discussed in the previous meeting but was introduced in the typed statements. The facts queried was why the name of Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim appeared in several paragraph when it was never brought up during the first interview and neither did the Patient ever confided in me with the identity of the alleged perpetrator. He replied that Dato’ Seri Anwar is the accused and as I already came to know that Dato’ Seri Anwar was the accused after reading the newspaper.
  15. The Officer later inserted few additional paragraphs in the last page in his own hand writing and in Bahasa Malaysia. I also explained that in order to conduct the required examination procedure on the Patient and to utilize the instrument I have to apply lubricant on the instrument.
  16. Even though I hesitated I signed the typed statements as I did not want to have any issue with the police. The second meeting lasted for about 45 minutes to one hour.
  17. Approximately one week after the second meeting with ASP Rosmi, I was visited by another police officer in plain cloth who introduced herself as DSP Choo from Jalan Hang Tuah, Bahagian Jenayah. She asked me to explain all over again and I have complied by explaining everything that I knew in detail the whole procedures in relation to the examination on the Patient.
  18. We conversed in English and she recorded in her own hand writing in Bahasa Malaysia. The written statement was later translated to me in English and I was later asked sign the 4 to 5 pages statements.
  19. One the onset of the interview she impressed on me that I will be charged if I refused to co operate with the police. The meeting lasted for about an hour.
  20. The seemingly constant and unending police investigation and being aware of the high profile nature of the case has disturbed me tremendously and I become worried of my safety and that of my family. Approximately one week after the third visit by the Police I decided to apply for leave and left Malaysia with my family.

AND I made this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the provisions of the Statutory Declaration Act, 1960.

Subscribed and solemnly declared

By the above named
Dr.Mohd Osman Abdul Hamid

This 1st day of August 2008

Before me,

Mohd Annuar Bin Mohd Salleh

Commissioner for Oath
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 1
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 2
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 3
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 4
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 5
Dr Osman's Statutory Declaration - page 6
Source: Malaysia Today

Zemanta Pixie
Rate this:
3.2

Technorati Tags: , , , ,

3 Comments so far

  1. […] Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid dalam akuan berkanunnya bertarikh 1 Ogos lalu, berkata, beliau tetap berpegang kepada hasil pemeriksaannya ke atas Mohd […]

  2. […] Dr Osman Statutory Declaration addthis_url = ‘http%3A%2F%2Fputrawangsa.com%2Fdr-mohamed-osman-pertahan-laporan-perubatan-saiful%2F’; addthis_title = ‘Dr+Mohamed+Osman+Pertahan+Laporan+Perubatan+Saiful’; addthis_pub = ‘adikelana’; […]

  3. […] signs of forced penetration. The good doctor has also publicly stood by his findings and filed a statutory declaration to that effect. Dr Osman is a Burmese expatriate doctor with more than 30 years experience in the medical field and […]

Leave a reply

CommentLuv badge