MORE PICS - Day 38 Altantuya MurderTrial postponed; Man 28 Killed & Burnt in Car Boot; Girl (6-8 yrs) Raped, Murdered & Left in Sports Bag
No Trial on Day 39 - Altantuya Trial again postponed; to
Altantuya murder trial postponed again –to 24th September 07
SHAH ALAM (Sept21, 2007): The Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial has been postponed again to Monday as one of the accused, political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, is still recuperating from an eye operation. His counsel K.K. Wong asked for the postponement yesterday. The trial was scheduled to continue last Monday, after a one week break to allow judge Mohd Zaki Md Yasin to attend a judges conference and hear other cases. However, Wong asked for the hearing to be postponed to yesterday so Abdul Razak could have the operation. Abdul Razak was diagnosed with retinal detachment, which affected 75% of the vision in his right eye.
The condition required urgent surgery to prevent loss of vision. Dr Sharif Fahruddin who examined him at the
MORE PICS - Day 38 Altantuya Trial postponed; Man 28 Killed & Burnt in Boot; Girl (6-8 years) raped & murdered and put in Sports Bag
ABOVE: Malaysiakini Headline report(details H E R E) (new photo inserted -75% blurred vision) says it all. No Trial on Day 38 Altantuya Murder Trial, postponed. But murders go on unabated. Over weekend on Sunday Car reposser M Subramaniam was killed and buddled off in a car and burned along Km28 Rawang/Berjuntai Highway and on Monday an 8-yr old girl raped and murdered was left on a doorway in Bandar Sunway in a sports bag
Razak Needs Immediate Eye Surgery, Trial Postponed
SHAH ALAM, Sept 17 (Bernama) -- The Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial in the High Court here Monday was postponed to Thursday (20th Sep 07) to enable one of the accused, Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, to undergo immediate eye surgery.
His counsel, Wong Kian Kheong (ABOVE, Right), told the court that Abdul Razak had 75 per cent blurred vision in the right eye.
ABOVE: Abdul Razak Baginda arriving in court on Day 38 trial and BELOW: A close-up of his swollen right eye
He said ophthalmologist Dr Mohd Sharif Fakhruddin of the
Sirul Azhar Umar. Azilah, 31, and Sirul Azhar, 36, are charged with murdering the 28-year-old Mongolian woman in Mukim Bukit Raja here between on Oct 19 last year and the following day while Abdulah Razak, 47, a political analyst, is accused of abetting them.
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"I just finish seeing the video about Altantuya, I can not stop crying !!!
I have no children and yet hearing her father sadness and seeing Altantuya’s son in great need of his beloved mother have left my heart aching with no end. Now I have found that I my self can not sleep I can not stop thinking about Altantuya and here family. I do believe now that all that she did was for a reason including the empty threats she made was made in order to have Raza speak to her. All of this has nothing to do about greed but just to make him true to the promises he so willingly made to her.In also that there was no way that she could have been of any conceivable threat what so ever,what can she do to him but nothing.
Her actions was that of a disparate mother with a heavy and broken heart.
Trying to collect what ever way she know how a commission promised to her and yet was denied and cheated from her. She gave her life trying to help her family that was in disparate need.She ALSO was more then just a jilted women but also a women being cheated from a business that she helped Raza make millions in his illegal arms trade.If I was her(and if I could be so brave) I would have done exactly what she did for the love of a mother is greater then life it self,this is the love that would make a mother loose her life in trying to save her child’s life,this is the kind of love that is both beautiful and tragic. When I was a child I was very sick for years and my father left my mother and I almost died. I remember how my mother would sacrifice all for me even if it meant loosing her life she would have done it.
I am dyslexic and with other problems but my mother never gave up on me . I am educated because of her,this just to show the power of a mothers’ love. So every time I think of Altantuya it just make me feel just so very sad . I feel that I must do some thing for her family and some how in some way fight for justice for Altantuya! I do not think the government of Malaysia with the cover up of the Malaysian illegal arms trade are truly willing to give her justice. The only thing I
can think of if we can have the American people have the united states government but pressure on to the government of Malaysia for this is a human right’s issue that not only affects Malaysians and Mongolians but affects all citizens of the world. We the people in the international community will be endangered no matter were we will go even worst then it is at the present time.
What I can I do to fight for justice for Altantuya? How I can help her family? I thank you if you can help in this important request."
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Why is there so much hatred and violence that when you kill someone, you believe that you kill him forever to settle an old score?Murder is, therefore, a crime and must be dealt with - because you have created it. There is never any justification for violence. There is no justification for hatred There is no justification for murder Those who indulge in violence for whatever reason are themselves changed
Killing another human being is a violation. Killing while even protecting your own body from death at the hands of another through immediate contact is a violation Whether or not any justifications seem apparent, the violation exists.However,a sex act may or may not be a violation
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ABOVE: The location and BELOW: the burnt Spot
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ABOVE & BELOW: The burnt out shell of the cart boot after the body was removed. The heat is insufficient to reduce his body & bones (to ashes, compared to a crematorium) - the body remained over charred unlike "char siew'.
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Girl’s body found in bag
By RAHMAN DAROS and MUZLIZA MUSTAFA; Malay Mail
THEY thought someone had dropped off a bag of books in front of their office in Petaling Jaya Utama. Instead, the sports bag contained the lifeless and nude body of a girl, aged between six and nine, who had been subjected to unimaginable horror.
ABOVE: The shop in Bandar Sunway where the sports bag was left at the verandah and BELOW: The sports bag (this is a re-staged or re-enacted photo) was taken up earlier by an employee to the office upstairs
A post-mortem at
ABOVE: There was not much investigation at the shop as the murder was completed elsewhere; so all the police did was placed the sports bag in a body bag and BELOW: carted it away to the KL Hospital forensic Department for a postmortem
Sources said the assault was so intense that it ruptured her abdomen, which probably resulted in her death. The victim, believed to be between six and nine years old, was placed in a 1.2m-long sports bag in an upright position with both legs curled to her chest. She was naked. Those who found the body said it was clean. There were bruises on the neck and minor injuries on the legs but no traces of blood in the bag. A woman in her 20s seen loitering in the area hours before the body was found may be able to shed light on the case. Clad in a red top and a pair of black pants, the woman was caught on closed circuit television cameras hours before the body was found.
The camera was one of two installed by a workshop operator next to an office where the body was dumped. Police have seized the recordings and are analysing them. Sources who saw the recordings said the woman was seen making her way down the stairs of an office and entering a Perodua Kancil, driven by another person. It could not be ascertained if the woman was carrying anything. The identity of the victim has yet to be ascertained. Police did not find any missing person’s report which matched the victim. Yeoh Huat Lip, 51, general manager of IMM Management Sdn Bhd, said the bag was found by a worker who arrived for work at 8.30am and brought it inside, thinking that it belonged to Yeoh since he had just returned from Singapore. “I suspected there was something wrong when I caught a foul smell coming from the bag,” he said, adding that he and a worker had the shock of their lives when they saw a leg fall out after they unzipped the bag. “I thought it was a prank, that it was a doll. But when I saw the flies and got a whiff of the stench, I realised it was a body,” he said. The employee who found the bag, Cheng Yan Fong, 32, thought the bag contained books and brought it in.
“It was heavy but I thought nothing of it. Then I waited for my boss to arrive before asking him if it was his. That was when he opened the bag,” he said. Petaling Jaya deputy police chief Superintendent Mohd Shukor Sulong said the victim had short hair. “We are still trying to ascertain her identity,” he said. Mohd Shukor said the case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code. He appealed to those with information to call 03- 79662222 or the nearest police station.
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Child found sexually assaulted and killed
By RASHITHA A. HAMID; STARPETALING JAYA: She was just a little girl. But that did not stop some sick monster from killing her after sexually assaulting her.
Her naked body was stuffed into a sports bag and left at the staircase of a shop lot in PJS1/48 Petaling Utama yesterday. There were bruises on her neck, suggesting that she may have been strangled. There were also bruises on her hands. The girl, said to be between six and nine, was initially feared to be eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who has been reported missing.
ABOVE: The father of Nurin was relieved that the body was not of his daughter; and ther eis still hope to find her and BELOW: the relieved parents leaving with a thumbs-up sign
But Nurin Jazlin’s parents, who rushed to the Hospital Kuala Lumpur mortuary, said it was not their daughter. A supervisor with a book distributing company Cheng Yan Fang, 32, found the black -and-blue sports bag at outside the premises. She thought the bag belonged to her employer who had just returned from
Petaling Jaya police chief Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd confirmed a post mortem report that the killer had placed a cucumber and a brinjal in the girl’s private parts. “She must have endured so much pain before she died,” he said. Police believe the girl, whose identity has not been ascertained, had been dead for more than six hours before her body was found. Police are appealing to those with missing daughters to call the district police headquarters here at 03-79562222. No arrest has been made yet..
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Women’s groups outraged over murder
“Sexual assault and murder cases affecting young children are getting more and more prevalent, and we, the public must step up and help prevent such occurrences,” said Ivy. She said that to achieve this, the public needed to be more aware and immediately report any suspicion of sexual abuse or violence to the authorities.
All Women’s Action Society (Awam) executive director Honey Tan urged the public to gather every resource to track down the killer. Tan added that such violence was a worrying trend. “We must start helping the people we know deal with their anxiety and stress, which would translate into violence,” she said. Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil described the incident as a cruel and despicable act. “The police must go all out in their investigations and bring the culprit to justice,” she said.