Thursday, July 4, 2013

After Ferrari, Maserati speed into ether, DAP questions AES integrity

KUALA LUMPUR, July 4 — A Ferrari and a Maserati Gran Turismo caused a stir in November after they were reportedly caught topping 200kph by the contentious Automated Enforcement System (AES), but their mysterious disappearance now from the system’s records has raised a DAP lawmaker’s suspicion.
DAP MP Teo Nie Ching today pointed out the wide coverage of the two events by Chinese vernacular press in November last year, which reported the Ferrari as being photographed going 243kph along the North-South Expressway. The Maserati went even faster: 268kph.
She noted that one report had Road Transport Department assistant director of enforcement Ahmad Nasir Abdul Gani had confirming the capture of the speed demons by the AES.
But she added that a written reply to her question in Parliament seeking the outcome of the two cases show that both have now vanished from the records, with officials denying that either incident was ever recorded.
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