The last words from her grave. Spoken ferociously with a firm intent and purpose. The conspiracy revealed. Common intention with the sole pupose of committing a cruel cold-blooded murder. And raping her before the ultimate crime. The soul of justice would pervade in the corridors of Bukit Aman and Putrajaya. And pollute the AG Chambers. Criminal conspiracy. Concealing the truth with such deliberateness and a political agenda. Millions of $ at stake. Corruption and abuses of power at its absolute core. Malaysia shall pay a heavy price for this injustice. Because the corrupt politicians dictate the course. The rakyat is like the sacrificed lamb. All else is dispensable. The position of the PM must never be compromised. UMNO must remain the dominant force in this country. At all costs. At whatever costs. Nothing else matters. The Almighty had since given His blessing for these corrupt devils to be the supreme rulers. Not what is stated in my version of the Bible. Who cares?
THE EDITOR , NOW THEY ADMIT THAT THE SMS WAS IN NEED SENT BY THEM BUT IS A PRIVATE MATTER.WHY WILL SOMEONE ENROUTE TO PUTRJAYA WILL WANT TO GET INVOLVE IN THIS EPISODE . HOW CAN THEY SAY THAT HE DID NOT ABUSE THE POWER?
WHY THE P.M HAS TO GO ALONG HIS WAY ? WHERE IS HIS PROMISE TO THE RAAYAT THAT
HE WILL FIGHT THE ABUSE OF POWER?
On 11th October, Malaysia Today carried a post entitled ‘Abuse of power by the Deputy Prime Minister’ that laid out a series of sms’es alleged to have passed between Najib and senior lawyer Shafee Abdullah in relation to Razak Baginda’s arrest and remand in the days before Baginda was charged.
Najib was publicly asked to comment about these sms’es and he never denied the authenticity of the same.
Now, there’s one other exchange of sms’es, this time allegedly between Razak Baginda and Najib. I do not recall Najib himself having ever addressed or denied or admitted the correctness or otherwise of these sms’es directly, as he did with the series of sms’es referred to in the MT posting.
FACED HONORARY CONSUL OF MONGOLIA: ALTANTUYA’S FATHER GAVE ALL THE PICTURES, NOTEBOOKS, FILMS, COMPUTER FILES – TO THE DOUBLE FACED SYED RAHMAN
After the murder of Altantuya, a charitable soul contacted Shaaribuu Setev, the father of the young woman : Datuk Syed, honorary consul of Mongolia in Malaysia. “I am ready to do everything to help you”, said the diplomat to Shaaribuu Setev. His dedication even pushed the amicable Datuk Syed to make revelations to the father. “The Malaysian governement is ready to spend one billion of tughrik (mongolian currency, equivalent to 500,000 euros) to cover up the case”
I am referring to the 2 sms’es mentioned at paragraphs 51 and 52 of the first statutory declaration of private investigator Balasubramaniam. Let me reproduce below both paragraphs 51 and 52 of that first statutory declaration.
51. On the day Abdul Razak Baginda was arrested, I was with him at his lawyers office at 6.30am. Abdul Razak Baginda informed us that he had sent Najib Razak an SMS the evening before as he refused to believe he was to be arrested, but had not received a response.
52. Shortly thereafter, at about 7.30am, Abdul Razak Baginda received an SMS from Najib Razak and showed, this message to both myself and his lawyer. This message read as follows: “ I am seeing IGP at 11am today … matter will be solved … be cool”.
Like all of you, I am aware of Bala’s second statutory declaration contradicting the first, but we also have to acknowledge that the circumstances surrounding the making and public announcement of the second statutory declaration, and the subsequent disappearance of the maker of both, might make it prudent for us to defer adjudging which of the two statutory declarations narrates the truth until such time that Bala is available to fully disclose andexplain the circumstances surrounding the making of both statutory delcarations.AS THE TAXI DRIVER SAW…ALTANTUYA’S LAST HOURS.
Her last journey starts at night when she gives a slip to bala’s men watching her movements, she took her last taxi ride from hotel Malaya to bagindas house. What could have been the topic of her discussion with the taxi driver? Was he the one who took down the car registration no, which was used in a grab at bagindas house?.
What she told about own P.I WHO abandon her at the last moment, she was helpless? As the taxi stop she was grabbed and bundled into that car and driven off. If only they had waited, for the taxi go then they had grabbed her, they could have pull off the perfect encounter.
With her name erased from the immigration entries, she will be in the missing persons list. But god was on her side that day, because she had to be scarified, in order to bring to open the evil forces that are planning to rule this country. But to PAS PRESIDENT it just a murder why we have to make it an issue out of it?
The taxi driver went back to the stand at hotel Malaya to be confronted by the victim’s cousin sister to whom he gave the vital informations. The Rest is history…………………………
NOW LISTEN TO THE VOICES FROM THE JUNGLES OR THIS IS AN ACCONT OF THE PERSON WITH CONSCIENCE WHO WAS AT PLACE OF THE TORTURE CHAMBER.
For every genuine journalistic scoop, there is a political or bureaucratic denial. From Watergate to this year’s cholera outbreak in Chennai, all stories big and small have got the first response which is a denial. Some journalists are persistent and go on to prove – with a little luck – the politician/ bureaucrat was lying. But some denials survive in the absence of hardcore evidence, which is often tampered with.
“Was that the satellite we lost for a short while?” I asked in a calm voice that hid my excitement.
“Not lost,” said Raja Petra Kamarudin. “What happened was that one of the control systems did not function. So errors built up and the vehicle lost its reference. So the vehicle was feeling that it was in the right orbit, but it was not.”
Did the control centres know it was not in the right orbit?
“No, we didn’t know because we rely on the navigation system. The vehicle only tells us where it is. And we did not know where this satellite was.”
I rested my case here, but listened on.
“But we could find out from the (Nasa) website that gives debris information … We had two things to deal with, the inclination and the orbit. The inclination was in our favour. We had to change the orbit.”
That used up a lot of fuel?
Not much since the inclination was in our favour.
Has it brought down the life of the satellite?
“I don’t think so. Fuel used to be the limiting factor in the olden days, but with very good management of the mission, we can save fuel and extend the life of the satellite. Insat-4CR is still in orbit.” Radhakrishnan treated me to a delicious vegetarian lunch that ended with a dessert of ripe papaya. Before taking leave, I shook his hand firmly and said: “Thank you, so much.”
It looks like Prime Minister Najib Razak, at the centre of the Scorpene-Altantuya corruption and murder scandals, is hitting the panic buttons.
Officers from the Companies Commission of Malaysia tried to raid the office of human rights group SUARAM on Tuesday afternoon but had to abort their plan after discovering their warrant had not been signed.
The failed raid follows days of haranguing in the Umno-controlled newspapers urging the government to investigate why the human rights group was registered as a company, and yet styled itself as an NGO or non-governmental organisation.
Umno-linked groups also demanded that the authorities inspected SUARAM’s sources of funding and what happened to the nearly one million ringgit it posted as earnings since 2009.
“It is to distract members of the public and divert attention from the ongoing probe into corruption involved in the Scorpene deal,” SUARAM director Cynthia Gabriel said.