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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Altantunya Shaarriibuu Murderer Still At Large !!

Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 33, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 37, were found guilty of killing Ms Altantuya, 28, and blowing up her body in a jungle clearing in 2006 were sentenced to the gallows by the Shah Alam High Court today.

Azilah who started his testimony on Jan 15 stated that he had no motive to kill or destroy the woman and instead he only met Ms Altantuya to advise her politely not to harass Mr Razak or create a ruckus outside the latter's home. Azilah also told the court that he was ordered by a superior, DSP Musa Safri to help Mr Razak and thus he would not have done something stupid like killing and what more when he was a policeman.

While defending himself Sirul broke down a few times and related to the court that he has been made the 'sacrificial lamb' in the murder.

The prosecution team consisting of Deputy Public Prosecutor Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah, Noorin Badaruddin, Manoj Kurup and Hanim Rashid stressed in their submissions that Azilah and Sirul were the people behind Ms Altantuya's murder.

So, these two fellows were found guilty of actually killing and blowing up Altantunya Shaarriibuu with plastic explosive. This closes the first chapter of the murder trial.

Altantunya Shaarriibuu soul can never rest in peace as long as others who were involved in her murder are not brought to justice. Is there anyone else involve in her murder? It looks likely there are, with so many unanswered questions during the trials.

Najib's name was mentioned during the trial and allegations of his involvement were spread worldwide. I do not believe in allegations without proof but the trials and the actions for the murder indicate that someone in high office only has the authority to facilitate the murder. Najib may not be involved or has anything to do with this murder but I feel he is able to help to find out who and should come forward while at the same time clear his name of all allegations.

This is what YB Lim Kit Siang posted at his blog and I concur with his statement:

As Najib has repeatedly declared his innocence of any involvement in the Altantuya C4 murder case, he must act decisively to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to lay all the swirling allegations about his involvement in the murder case which are haunting and hounding him, his administration and the nation’s good name, to rest once and for all – whether about the accessibility of C4 explosives, the disappearance of Altantuya immigration records, the exchange of SMS messages or the disappearance of private investigator Bala Subramaniam after making public a very damaging statutory declaration about Najib.

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