Although the Special Branch is somewhat crippled at the upper echelon, its integrity is much intact if not enhanced. An agency that has been led by good people will have many good people working in it. Much is true that an institution led by corrupt leaders will have corrupt people in it.
We were told that a school child son of a teacher in Nilai bragged that they are now very rich unlike before. His mother gets lots of money in the arms business. Most likely someone else, her husband or close relative has the license to sell arms, oftentimes people approach her to help buy arms.
The teacher is highly connected to the powers that be. To ensure no hanky-panky, can the SB investigate the manner of licensing, conduct of sales, security breach if any, legality and whatever else that matters?