Thursday, July 19, 2007

MORE PICS & Video – Day 21 Trial –Altantuya Murder Trial; Court Visited the Crime Scene on a Rainy Day; Her Ghost was there from the Blasted Energy

UPDATE: Day 22 Trial; Jul 198 2007,

This update is also available in next post H E R E on Day 22 Trial
ABOVE: An artist impression of Court on Day 22 Trial

Sirul led cops to recovery of Altantuya’s valuables

R.Surenthira Kumar and Maria J.Dass, from SUN

Day 22
SHAH ALAM (July 19, 2007): A police officer told the court today Cpl Sirul Azhar Umar had led a police team to his apartment in Kota Damasara where a pair of earrings, a ring and a watch believed to have belonged to Altantuya Shaariibuu were recovered from a jacket in his wardrobe.

C/Insp Koh Fei Cheow (ABOVE) from the Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters (IPK KL) serious crimes division told the court Sirul, the second accused in the Altantuya murder trial, had led a team from his division to his apartment in Jalan Chmar, Gugusan Semarak, Section 4, Kota Damasara, where the team recovered a pair of earrings, a ring and a watch from a jacket in his wardrobe.
Koh said the day before that, first accused Azilah Hadri, 31, had led them to the crime scene in Puncak Niaga Empangan Tasik Subang where he identified the place where Altantuya’s body was blown up. "We stopped in a jungle clearing and after looking around, Azilah led me into the jungle and told me: "This is the place where the Mongolian woman was blown up." "I then checked the area and found bone fragments believed to be that of human," said Koh. However he said it was not a full skeleton. "After this, he took me to a clearing about 30 feet away from the place where the body was blown up and told me this was where the (Mongolian) woman was shot," said Koh. He also told the court that the surrounding jungle foliage was withered. Koh said Azilah had told him that he would take him to the crime scene during an interview on the evening of Nov 6.

Following this Koh and his officers took Azilah in a police four-wheel drive and he led them to the crime scene. "He did not know the name of the place and was unsure of the location," he said. The team had gotten lost several times before they arrived at the scene at 6.50pm, he said. Koh said that although it was getting dark, he could still see and that later on, the headlights of the police vehicles were used to improve visibility. He said five minutes after Azilah had shown him around the crime scene, he saw a vehicle approching.
"It was ASP Tonny Lunggan and his team who were led to the place by Sirul," said Koh. "I then took Azilah back to the place where my vehicle was parked and watched while ASP Tonny and his team conducted their investigations," he said.

"It was only after ASP Tonny had completed his investigations that both the accused were allowed to meet," said Koh. He said the forensics team arrived later. "After this I secured the place and handed it over to ASP Tonny Lunggan," said Koh, adding he was at the scene until 8.45pm after which the forensics team could not continue their investigations as it was dark.
Azilah was brought back to IPK KL and was placed in the lock-up, he said.
"The next day ASP Zulkarnain and I interviewed Sirul at about
2pm," said Koh adding that Zulkarnain had read out a caution statement to Sirul first. He said during the questioning Sirul had provided some information on some jewellery belonging to the Mongolian woman (Altantuya). Koh said Sirul then led him, C/Insp Syawal and some D9 personnel to his flat on the fifth floor in Gugusan Semarak, Kota Damasara. "A UTK (Special Action Unit) personnel Sgt Rosli handed me the keys to Sirul’s apartment," said Koh who however could not confirm the set of keys produced in court was the same one which Rosli handed him. ASP Zulkarnain then entered the premises.

ABOVE: Sirul's Apartment entrance in Kota Damansara

ABOVE: The black jacket found at Sirul's Apartment and BELOW: Altantuya's valuables - a watch, a pair of earrings and a broken ring from a broken relationship.

"When in his bedroom, Sirul opened a wardrobe and showed us a black jacket," said Koh adding that ASP Zulkarnain then took out the jacket and placed it on the bed. "I also saw him remove a pair of earrings and a watch from pocket inside the jacket," he said. Koh said they continued to search the room and the rest of the house but did not find anything else. Koh identified the ring, the earring and the watch as the items seized from Sirul’s house.

During examination in chief DPP Tun Majid Tun Hamzah asked Koh if Azilah was handcuffed when he was brought out of the lock-up and Koh said yes. Asked if Azilah was beaten up, spoken to in a harsh manner, if he was beaten, tortured, threatened and if any promised were made to him, Koh disagreed. Koh said he was assisted by two other personnel, C/Insp Kamarulzaman and C/Insp Jafri as they were more familiar with the case background, than he was as he (Koh) had just returned from his leave.
Hearing continues on Monday, when submissions will be heard to decide on when a trial-within-a-trial should be held at the re-examination level or before cross-examination of the the witness (Koh).The trial-within-a-trial is to decide on the admisability of the statement pertaining the accused leading the police to the scene of crime.
The court will decide whether to exclude it if it was made involuntarily.
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Defence objects to claims Azilah led cops to murder scene

ABOVE: The dirt road leading to the crime scene BELOW
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ABOVE & BELOW: Closer views of the explosive blasting scenes

SHAH ALAM (July 19, 2007): A defence lawyer today objected to a witness’ testimony that Chief Insp Azilah Hadri had led the police to the site where Altantuya Shariibuu was allegedly murdered. Azilah’s lawyer, Hazman Ahmad, raised the objection during the examination-in-chief of Chief Insp Koh Fei Cheow by Deputy Public Prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah.

Hazman called for a trial-within-a-trial to be held to determine if the testimony can be admitted as evidence.
Hazman: Objection. This statement comes under Section 27 (Evidence Act). Based on the Francis Anthonysamy case, the most appropriate way is for the court to exclude the evidence and it has to be done through a trial-within-a-trial.
Hazman’s co-counsel, J. Kuldeep Kumar, told judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin it was "an unfair statement".

Kuldeep: According to the Francis case, page 406 para 32, in the circumstances, it amounts to unfairness, and we ask for a trial-within-a-trial to be conducted.
Mohd Zaki: You read again this case during the lunch break and then you may re-submit.
Before that, Koh testified he was instructed to arrest Cpl Sirul Azhar Umar by
Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters (IPK KL) serious crime division (D9) head Supt Zainol Samah at 3.40pm on Nov 6, 2006. He said Sirul Azhar was at the D9 information counter, and after introducing himself, he told Sirul Azhar he was under arrest and the reason for it, before asking him to hand over his belt, his handphone and his wallet. After making the arrest, Koh said, he lodged a report on the arrest of the Special Action Unit (UTK) personnel at IPK KL at 4.01pm and later handed over Sirul Azhar to a team from the D6 (Interrogation Division) based aint the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman.

Koh said Sirul Azhar was then handed over to investigating officer ASP Tony Lunggan before he was sent back to the lock-up. He said at about 5.20pm, he was instructed by Lunggan to fetch Azilah from the lock-up as they wanted to look for the location where Altantuya was allegedly murdered.
Tun Abdul Majid: After fetching the first accused, did he provide any information or reveal anything?
Koh: Yes.
Tun Abdul Majid: Did you take any action based on the information?
Koh: Yes.
Tun Abdul Majid: What did you do?
Koh: I took the first accused and together with my team began to search for the incident site, based on what he disclosed.
Tun Abdul Majid: Can you state the steps taken by you, from the beginning to the end.

Koh: After getting the information at 5.26pm, I and my team and the first accused started our mission to search for the place. We left IPK KL in a Pajero (4WD) and headed to the area.
Tun Abdul Majid: At IPK KL, before leaving, who else was there?
Koh: Before leaving, I saw Supt Zainol Samah and informed him about our mission.
Earlier, Zainol continued with his testimony and Hazman continued with his cross-examination.
Asked who had instructed Azilah to go to the Brickfields police station, Zainol said he did not know. Hazman asked several other questions about Azilah’s arrest and the other subsequent arrests in relation to the case.

Zainol (ABOVE)either answered that he did not know or "unsure" and this agitated Hazman and the other defence lawyers who took turns to cross examine.
He also said there were five vehicles involved in the search for the murder site and they consisted, Koh’s team, the police vehicle carrying him, ASP Tony’s team, the IPK KL and Bukit Aman forensics team and DSP Gan’s team.
During re-examination Tun Abdul Majid, who was also perplexed with Zainol’s inability to recall his memory, asked him to explain why he had answered earlier that he did not know who had instructed Azilah to go to the Brickfields police station when Lunggan had told him that he will be taken to IPK KL after Azilah turned up at Brickfields.

Zainol said he did not understand the question properly.
Lawyer Wong Kian Kheong also grilled Zainol, who answered in the same manner, "can’t remember or don’t know" when asked if any investigations were undertaken following the submission of an affidavit by his client, Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda.
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ABOVE: The boxes of evidence on Day 22 Trial

July 19, 2007 22:33 PM
Azilah Not Abused, Beaten Or Encouraged During 'Interview'

SHAH ALAM, July 19 (Bernama) -- Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri was not beaten, abused, threatened, encouraged or promised something in an "interview" during which he allegedly disclosed the location where Altantuya Shaariibbu was shot and blown up.Chief Inspector Koh Fei Cheow, 38, from the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters' major crime investigation division told this to the High Court here Thursday.He said Azilah was physically healthy and in "normal condition" when he and his two staff interviewed the first accused in the murder of the Mongolian woman at his office on Nov 6 last year.
When examined by Deputy Public Prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah, Koh said Azilah did not make any complaint to him or his two staff on the treatment received during the interview.
He said although Azilah and him were of the same rank, he was more senior than Azilah and during the interview, Azilah was handcuffed.

Tun Majid: "Did you hit him?"
Koh: "No."
Tun Majid: "Used rough language?"
Koh: "No".
Tun Majid: "Abused him?"
Koh: "No"
Koh said his two staff also did not encourage, give promise or threaten Azilah "because they were under my command" and they were present during the interview as "escorts and to assist him on the facts of the murder case because he had just returned from leave".
Asked whether the two staff knew about the facts of the case, he said: "More or less."

Tun Majid: "Did they suggest anything to the first accused about the case?"
Koh: "No."Tun Majid: "What do you mean by 'assisting'? What are their roles?"
Koh: "They conducted the interview on the location of the incident. I have no knowledge when, where or how it happened. That was why I asked the two staff to assist me on this matter."Koh said they did question Azilah but he did not remember the questions posed by them to Azilah
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What happened yesterday (Day 22)
Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters special investigations unit head Supt Zainol Samah was cross-examined by the defence and re-examined by the prosecution;
> The next prosecution witness was Chief Insp Koh Fei Cheow of the Serious Crimes Investigation Division of IPK KL. He was the one who arrested both murder accused, and later went to the alleged crime scene; and
> The hearing resumes on Monday (July 23).

ABOVE & BELOW: Abdul Razak arriving on Day 22 Trial

BELOW: The hooded one could be either Azilah or Sirul

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July 19, 2007 18:13 PM
Azilah Points To Spot With Human Bones

SHAH ALAM, July 19 (Bernama) -- An investigating officer from the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters Major Crime Division said he found what were believed to be human bones and bone fragments at an area pointed to him by Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri. Chief Inspector Koh Fei Cheow said the bones could be clearly seen among some undergrowth on a hill known as Puncak Niaga Empangan Tasik, Subang, Selangor.In his testimony in the High Court here Thursday, he said the discovery was made at 6.20pm on Nov 6 last year.

Koh said Azilah, also told him that the spot where the bones were found was also where a Mongolian woman (Altantuya's name was not mentioned) was blown up.

Azilah, the first accused in the Altantuya Shaariibuuu murder trial, also brought Koh to an open space about 30 feet (nine metres) away from the first spot, and he (Azilah) told him that this was where the Mongolian woman was shot earlier.He said policemen who brought Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar along arrived at the place five minutes later.
Azilah, 31, and Sirul Azhar, 36, both from Bukit Aman Police Action Squad, are charged with murdering interpreter and part-time model Altantuya, 28, at a location between Lot 12843 and Lot 16735, Mukim Bukit Raja, here between 10pm on Oct 19 and 1am on Oct 20, 2006.
Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, 47, is charged with abetting the two policemen in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur between
9.54am on Oct 18 and 9.45pm on Oct 19, 2006.

Watch Video Clip - Day 22 Trial

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Believe in Altantuya’s ghost? No, call her spirits. (see Below details)

ABOVE & BELOW: Malaysiakini Early news (by Subscription) with updated Video on Day 21 Trial
= = == = == = == = The Visit to pay their respect and appease her spirit??

ABOVE: The gang of Lawyers at the site visit and BELOW: notable faces K K Wong & Kamarul Hisham
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ABOVE: Police personnel guarding the 4WD (where through the tinted windows, the accused can be seen)

Court visits Altantuya murder scene
R.Surenthira Kumar and Maria J.Dass from SUN

DAY 21

ABOVE & BELOW: The location spot of the crime scene visited by the court on 18th Jul 07

SHAH ALAM (July 18, 2007): Accompanied by a battery of press photographers and reporters, the High Court today visited the jungle clearing off the Puncak Alam road where Altantuya Shaariibuu's body was allegedly blown up with explosives. It was drizzling at about 3pm when more than 15 four-wheel drive vehicles arrived at the scene, carrying judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin, the prosecution team, defence lawyers and the three accused.

ABOVE: The Judge Datuk Mohd Zaki was there and BELOW: looked grimed looking at the spot

The clearing, which had been cordoned off for the visit, was nondescript and the only items alien there were a blue silk shawl (BELOW) tied around a young tree and a discarded crucifix.

The shawl had apparently been used during a prayer ceremony for the Mongolian. There were no visible burn marks on the ground or on the trees to indicate an explosion had taken place. The clearing was also covered with undergrowth. At hand to explain what had happened there were DSP Gan Teck Guan and ASP Tony Lunggann, the case investigators. The team spent about 15 minutes at the site. DPP Hanim Rashid told reporters the visit aimed to give the court a clear picture of what happened there. Except for DPP Manoj Kurup, who wore sports shoes, and DPP Noorin Badaruddin, who wore slippers, the others were in their usual court attire, minus their robes.

Noorin (ABOVE) had a red plastic bag which looked like a shower cap covering her head, while the others huddled under the few umbrellas available. Only Mohd Zaki had an officer holding an umbrella up for him.

ABOVE: The police cordoned off the area and photographers were prevented from doing their jobs

Some photographers scrambled to get shots of the lawyers at the site but had to keep behind a police cordon, while others tried to get shots of Cpl Sirul Azhar Umar and Chief Insp Azilah Hadri, who were brought to the scene. They did not alight from their vehicles and had their faces covered with their jackets, as usual.

ABOVE: Lead DPP Tun Abdul Majid being briefed by one of the investigating officer and BELOW: The dashing Lawyer Kamarul was also there
Reporters were taken by surprise this morning when DPP Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah announced plans to visit the crime scene in the afternoon. The site was located off the road from Guthrie Corridor to Puncak Alam. The access road to the scene is about 2km long and is badly maintained. By 1.30pm, most of the reporters were at the scene and some photographers positioned themselves behind trees to take shots of the murder accused. To their dismay, it started to rain heavily at about 2.30pm, and they scrambled for shelter. To keep their spirits up, some reporters sang Rianna's hit song Umbrella.

ABOVE: Is this the ACTUAL Burnt out Spot?? Mow Compare the photos BELOW - taken on Nov 8 06 AFTER the Crime was exposed

The whole court was there and so was Altantuya Shaariibuu spirit; She spoke in a dream to Susan Loone: (see H E R E for details)

“This is where I died (image on the left). In a jungle clearing in Puncak Alam in Shah Alam, Selangor, not very far away from the court house where you hear my name everyday. The men, who I believed bundled me away on the night that I died, now show you the way, to the place where I was so brutally attacked, blasted away, into a thousand pieces”.
“But what is the point of returning to this place, which holds nothing specific but memories of me, memories, no one can relate, for it was too cruel, too inhuman, too brutal, beyond imagination”
“Now judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, reporters and drivers have come to visit me, in a place where they can no longer find my body. But what is the point of all these, when they have yet to find my murderers?”.

Believe in Altantuya’s ghost? No, call her spirits. A spirit is a soul that's still here on earth without its casing or body. Energy is not a spirit. It's a residue of a large amount of energy left behind upon the death of a person. When she was about to be murdered her fear, panic, anger and other emotions blasts out from her body until she really got killed which releases vast energy around that area she died at. Now, a psychic or a person who can feel energy (NOT those Court people) would be able to sometimes see the event happening again, but the spirit is not really there.

The easiest way to give a difference is that a spirit does not really repeat its actions, while energy will repeat its actions.
Remember "Everything" that exists, be it physical or non-physical, is made up of energy. And Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. It simply "IS". She will always be there in Puchak Alam.

Her Death is just only a night to her Soul

She had lived before, and will again, and her new life, in her terms, springs out of the old, and is growing in the old and contained within it as the seed is already contained within the flower.

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Delay in answering annoys judge

ABOVE: Supt Zainol Samah caught saying his daily prayers on Day 21 Trial outside the courtroom

SHAH ALAM (July 18, 2007): A senior police officer testifying in the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial earned the judge's displeasure for taking a long time to answer a defence lawyer's question. Head of the Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters' special investigations unit Supt Zainol Samah had earlier told the court that besides the three accused, the other suspects who were initially arrested and remanded included L/Cpl Rohaniza Roslan, private investigator P. Balasubramaniam and his assistant K. Suras Kumar. Zainol said this when answering a question from accused Chief Insp Azilah Hadri's defence lawyer, Hazman Ahmad. Judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin was noticeably annoyed when Zainol took some time to answer Hazman's question on whether they were considered suspects in the case when they were detained.

ABOVE: The evidence wheeled to court on Day 21 of Trial

Mohd Zaki asked Zainol:
"Can the police arrest people, if they are not suspects? Can the police arrest people at their whims and fancies?" Zainol, who was continuing his testimony which started yesterday, had told the court Azilah had turned up in the Brickfields district police headquarters before his arrest in the
Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters (IPK KL). He was unsure if Azilah had surrendered himself in Brickfields after being summoned there. To questions from Hazman, Zainol said Azilah was directed to go to Brickfields on Nov 1, before being taken to IPK KL where he was arrested. He also told the court a convoy of police vehicles, numbering about five, departed from IPK KL, along with Azilah and Sirul Azhar to the alleged crime scene located somewhere in Puncak Alam along the road to Kuala Selangor.

Among the police team were ASP Tony Lunggan, ASP Zulkarnain Samsudin, Chief Insp Koh Fei Cheow and Supt Amidon Anan and his forensics unit personnel. He said there were other police personnel but could not remember their names. DPP Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah asked Zainol about the location of the crime scene. He requested the court's permission to visit the site so they could better visualise the scene. Arrangements were made for four-wheel-drives to transport the parties to the site as the road was inaccessible by cars.
What happened today (Day 21)
* Head of the
Kuala Lumpur police continent headquarters' special investigations unit Supt Zainol Samah continued his examination-in-chief by DPP Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah;
* He was then cross-examined by Chief Insp Azilah Hadri's lawyer, Hasman Ahmad; and
* Court visited alleged crime scene in Puncak Alam, Shah Alam, at
3pm, staying for about 15 minutes.

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July 18, 2007 21:20 PM
Judge Visits Scene Of Altantuya's Murder
SHAH ALAM, July 18 (Bernama) -- The prosecution Wednesday took judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin and members of defence team to the site where Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu was said to have been killed.
All those involved in the murder trial were taken in 10 police vehicles including eight four-wheel-drive, escorted by seven police outriders, to a hill near Puncak Alam at about 3.10pm.There, Deputy Public Prosecutor Noorin Badaruddin told the judge, during heavy rain, that a bush with trees averaging three metres in height was where the "object" was believed blown up. She also showed a clearing where the "object" was believed placed before it was taken into the bush. She also showed the trees where Altantuya's hair and flesh were found when bomb and forensic experts conducted investigations after Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Constable Sirul Azhar Umar disclosed the location.
Witnesses would be called to produce all the evidence, she said.
Azilah, 31, and Sirul Azhar, 36, are charged with murdering Altantuya, 28, between
10pm on Oct 19 last year and 1am the following day. Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, 47, is accused of abetting them.
The three accused, who were taken to the site separately, did not get down from the vehicles. Azilah and Sirul Azhar still had their faces covered while Abdul Razak looked calm.
The visit took about 15 minutes. All those who were there wore slippers because of the rain. Only judge Mohd Zaki had an umbrella over his head while Noorin covered hers with a plastic bag.
Lawyer Karpal Singh who holds a watching brief for the Mongolian government and Altantuya's family, was not there but was represented by his son, Ram Karpal Singh. In the area, there was a tree with a long blue shawl tied around it. Also seen were several joss sticks, candles and two gold-coloured broken sticks.
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July 18, 2007 12:27 PM
Altantuya Murder Trial Accused To Be Taken To Crime Scene

SHAH ALAM, July 18 (Bernama) -- The accused in the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial will be taken to the crime scene Wednesday. High Court judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin, who is hearing the trial, and the prosecution team headed by deputy public prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah and the defence team will also be going there at 2pm. Tun Majid told the court that only four-wheel-drive vehicles could access the area. Yesterday,
Kuala Lumpur police special investigation officer Supt Zainol Samah told the court that the accused, Chief Insp Azilah Hadri and Cpl Sirul Azhar Umar, had led police to the murder scene on the fringe of an open area in Puncak Alam heading towards Kuala Selangor.
Azilah, 30, and Sirul Azhar, 36, are charged with murdering Altantuya, 28, at a location between Lots 12843 and
Lot 16735 in Mukim Bukit Raja between 10pm on Oct 19 last year and 1am the following day.Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, 46, is accused of abetting them in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur between 9.54am on Oct 18 and 9.45pm on Oct 19 last year.

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Blogger Avitov said...

1. Written by Vitov Mianoel Valdes-Munoz, on 2007-07-28 12:07:18, IP:
I like what you are doing giving a voice for those who have there
right to speak and to live taken away .

Why do people have no compassion?
It is not difficult to look down at the young 28 years old(her only
crime is knowing Razak) business women and interpreter, Sharriibuu
Altantuya. Some one that can not defend her self and had the right to
live taken away. Can some people know or can they ever understand how
one would perform under extreme pressure,stress,depression,fear and
I am dyslexic that means that my spoken English is much better then
my written English and I have two(It was not easy) University
degrees,and there are millions like my self.I know of
professors(mostly from asia)that speak broken English this dose not
mean they do not know English for they can all understand read and
write better then they can speak English.I know people that can
understand speak read English but when come time to write all that
will come out is nothing but broken English.Plus there are others
that are very good with a number of languages but when it comes to
English they only have a working knowledge of English, sufficient for
My point being that when I was in Venezuela.I could not write
Spanish to save my life, but my understanding,reading and speaking of
Spanish is very good and for those individuals that do not know a
word of Spanish my services was worth more then gold!
The 46 years old at the time, Razak (He should know better)"the
politcal analyst" in reality an ARMS DEALER (also a very ruthless and
cowardly man)is a liar and a cheat one that have abused his position
and power this is in it self criminal.

When I think of what was done and what is still being done to
Altantuya brakes my heart to the core!!!

7:15 AM  
Blogger Avitov said...

Written by Vitov Mianoel Valdes-Munoz, on 2007-07-28 16:04:33, IP:
I have fallowed the Shariibuu Altantuya murder trial. I can not but notice that both the prosecution and the defence seems to be working together in covering up the truth with the intent of denying the victims and her family, justice. The court is more preoccupied with half truth and lies about the victim in order to devalue the victim right to exist. The court have no interest in finding out the true reasons for the killing of the victim and why the government of Malaysia is so deeply involve with the planning, executing and cover up of the killing of Mongolian citizen and business woman Shariibuu Altantuya.
It is crystal clear that there is a lot more to this then a situation of just a broken love affair and letters and notes of empty threats,for she could not do anything to him even if she wanted to for she had no power to do so.As for "black mail" she was only "black mailing" in order for him to fulfill his commitment as an investor and in compensation for her services as a Professional interpreter and translator (in Russian,Chinese,French with a communicative knowledge of English) owed her but the ARMS DEALER RAZAK refuse to pay.but he know she had other information that scared him so “she know to much”Could this have something to do with Malaysia's illegal weapons trade in VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW with payoff and bribes along with embezzling of governmental funds that is "SUPPOSED" TO BE A VIOLATION OF MALAYSIAN LAW ,so what was it that she knew is what the court should be trying to find out!!!
The court did not even try to look in to this reality. The judge is favoring the defendants against the victim and her family.This crime is not just a crime against,The Mongolian National Shariibuu Altantuya and her family, but a crime against all Mongolians, a crime against all Malaysians, a crime against all women of the world ,this is a crime against all of humanity!!!
I world like to know how I can help fight for JUSTICE for Shariibuu Altantuya a fellow human being!!!

7:22 AM  

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