MORE PICS – Day 56,57 & 58 Altantuya Murder Trial; Toll CCTV Footage Confirms Sirul Jeep; Driver Unidentified; Calls & SMSes Matched Data Recorded
Lingam clip: Gov't to assess panel's report soon Nov 13, 07 2:19pm but has kept away from the Altantuya Murder Trial for quite sometime now. The Trial is now crawling. One week 2 days with trial and now postponed to next Monday 18th Nov 07.
It is of interest to note in day 56, 57 & 58 of the trial, the main prosecution witnesses are Cybersecurity
Another interesting revelation on Day 57 is that this private company (is funded by the Government, see Below, Day 57) and “he was neither gazetted to testify as an expert nor was the agency accredited by any independent body.
So the report submitted to the panel cannot be reliable and considered independent as they are “under duress” when funded by the Government. The cabinet is going to discuss it today according to the PM Abdullah.
Another question. Has the Panel met to discuss the additional 10 sec Clip provided by Anwar Ibrahim in his second segment? DPM Najib said on the same day that the "panel will have to look into it"?
And has Cyber Security been consulted about this 2nd installment?
Even in this trial, the Head of department Aswami has mentioned that it was a unique case in ALL the 180 cases they had investigated so far. And probably the verification of the Lingam tape is also new to them and someone should seriously question whether this company has the “expertise” and are qualify to do so. And also to find out what method and on what basis they used to gauge the Video Clip Authenticity.
In this trial, their so called expert just enhance the images captured on CCTV and confirmed that Sirul Jeep did pass through the
What the other head of Department did was to extract the data of the calls and SMSes from the respective Simm cards and just compare those provided by the Cell phone companies and for the same day and time they should of course match. Think about it how much they charge for providing these simple services
DAY 56, 7th Nov 07, from Bernama TV
Toll CCTV recording confirmed that the Jeep belongs to Sirul Azhar Oma
The 49th prosecution witnessCybersecurity
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ABOVE & BELOW: The prominent characteristics of Sirul's 4-WD matched but no matter how deep you zoom, it is impossible to see the driver as the image resolution is low.
However the 4 photos on the CCTV recording were recorded at different times on the touch and go. The first photo showed a difference of 7 s between the CCTV recording and the Touch-n-Go on on Oct 19 last year. The 2nd photo showed a difference of 24 s on the same date at .(See BELOW) The vehicle passed through the same toll at and on the following day.
Trial continues on Monday (12th Nov)
= = == = = DAY 56, 7th Nov 07, Bernama Website version, misleading Heading. On first reading you might get the first impression that Sirul’s Jeep did not passed through.
No Suvs Resembling Sirul's Passed Thru
SHAH ALAM, Nov 7 (Bernama) -- No four-wheel-drive vehicles resembling one belonging to Cpl Sirul Azhar Umar passed through the
Those characteristics were not found on other vehicles recorded by the same camera, he said. "I found two four-wheel-drive vehicles which passed through the same toll plaza which were not consistent and did not match Sirul's," he said during the examination-in-chief by Deputy Public Prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah. Zabri is the 49th prosecution witness in the trial for the murder of the 28-year-old Mongolian woman which entered its 56th day today.
Sirul, 36, and another policeman from the Special Action Unit -- C/Insp Azilah Hadri, 31, -- are alleged to have murdered her in a jungle in Bukit Raja here at between on Oct 19 last year and the next day. Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, 47, is charged with betting them.
The trial before Justice Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin continues on Monday.
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DAY 57, 12th Nov 07
I couldn’t see driver’s face, says analyst
By CECIL FUNG; STAR
SHAH ALAM: The driver of a Suzuki Jimny four-wheel drive could not be seen in the surveillance camera recordings captured at the Kota Damansara toll plaza on the night Altantuya Shaariibuu disappeared. CyberSecurity Malaysia senior digital forensics analyst Mohd Zabri Aidil Talib, 28, said he had used the latest technology to try to “zoom in” on the driver. “At the moment, this is the latest technology. It depends on the situation. In this case, I tried but I was not successful,” he said on Day 57 of the trial.
Earlier, Mohd Zabri (ABOVE) said the agency, formerly known as National ICT Security and Emergency Response or Niser, was a private company funded by the Government under the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry. To questions from Hazman Ahmad, counsel for C/Insp Azilah Hadri, the witness said he was neither gazetted to testify as an expert nor was the agency accredited by any independent body.
CyberSecurity Malaysia digital forensics department head Aswami Fadillah Mohd Ariffin (ABOVE) said that the police handed him 14 cellphones with their SIM cards, two additional SIM cards and two laptops on several occasions last year. Police had instructed him to extract data from the items. Aswami, 36, said that apart from extracting the data, he was also instructed in May this year to correlate the data with call logs obtained from telecommunications companies. Asked by DPP Tun Abd Majid Tun Hamzah if the date and time of the extracted SMSes matched the phone logs perfectly, the witness replied that it was not a 100% match.
He further added this investigation is very unique in all the 180 cases he had done. The Police asked to look specifically at the dates from 17th to 19th October 2006 but he went further to 22nd October
His testimony continues today. (13th Nov)
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Prosecustion Witness Says Calls & SMSes Matched Data Recorded
CyberSecurity Malaysia digital forensics department Chief Aswami Fadillah Mohd Ariffin (ABOVE) confirmed matching data on the mobile phone and transactions records owned by private investigator P Balasubramaniam. Hes testified that the data clearly showed that calls amd SMSs between political analyst Abdul Razak and Altantuya. The 52nd witness testified that the calls were made around Oct last year. Balasubramaniam was the first prosecution witness and was hired by Abdul Razak as his private eye.
To a question by DPP Tun Abdul Majid (ABOVE) the witness says the matching of the calls were derived based on the telecommunications service records logs. Aswami had testified yesterday that the police had had three mobile phones, two sim cards and two top to the department for data structuring.
Hearing continues on Monday 18th Nov 2007.