Saturday, January 31, 2015

Razak Baginda said many people have inexplicably died in trigger-happy police custody.


On Rosmah's order Razak Baginda said Police's culture is a secret hard to hide many people have inexplicably died in police custody.
Razak had also conveniently avoided saying why Najib, Najib's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Najib's brother Nazim Razak, carpet trader Deepak Jaikishin and a host of other personalities found it necessary to ensure Bala and his family left the country soon after the SD 1 was released.A straightforward murder? Did he say a straightforward murder? Would a straightforward murder need the use of C4? Is it normal for cops to kill people and then blow up their bodies with C4? Besides, where did Azilah and Sirul get their C4 from?
And weren't the two involved only because Abdul Razak had sought help from deputy superintendent Musa Safri, Prime Minister Najib Razak's former aide-de-camp, and this help was needed because he had had an affair with Altantuya and she was blackmailing him so he needed to get her off his back?
So, who is the focus of this murder? Who was the source of the problem that led to the murder?
And yet Abdul Razak can say, "Shit happens"? It was his shit that happened in the first place, and now he seems to be putting the sole blame on the hapless commandos and implying that they are "rogue cops". Is that funny or is that funny?

Lawyer Americk Sidhu (left) and private detective P. Balasubramaniam at a press conference. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, January 31, 2015.
 Altantuya Shaariibuu  was a story of, if not from rags to riches, then at least from oblivion to celebrity, and she came up the hard way. Reports indicate a life of struggle where she pulled herself up from goal post to goal post in a very deliberate and single-minded fashion, remarrying and relocating. A woman like that doeslik when she ree to be dead aches the pinnacle of all she has ever desired in life!
We may never know what really happened, but we should respect the son’s wish and now leave it to the experts to do their job.said Razak Baginda 

Razak, in the interview with The Malaysian Insider, had played down the crime, saying he did not know the motive for his lover Altantuya's murder but noted that many people have inexplicably died in police custody.
 wistfully at pictures of Razak Baginda  looking soulfully into Altantuya Shaariibuu ’s eyes (I didn’t care if people said it was a put-on; I wanted it to be real, I wished to believe!) I was witness to the angst  went through when he spoke to me right after media reports first broke out, speculating on problems between him and Altantuya . And if you have seen Altantuya  that kind of a loving companionship, you do not give it up so easily! You fight to get it back! And  looks so happy, joyful and ebullient in all her pictures — a woman truly in love  Razak Baginda 

evidence adduced from Altantuya's cousin and friend that he had had a relationship with the deceased

This case is a watershed in exposing Razak Baginda  was once charged with abetting the murder of the Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu and got acquitted for it suddenly popped out of oblivion to say on Rosmah's order, Rogue policwere behind the grisly murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu.two police commandos to death for killing her in 2006 and blowing up her body with C4.Two former special action unit (UTK) personnel, chief inspector Azilah Hadri and corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, were convicted for killing Altantuya. But the motive for the murder was never established.
The Federal Court, however, ruled that circumstantial evidence sufficed for it to send the two men to the gallows.
Damage by this case is immense because it reinforces the perception  the police are known for being trigger-happy and corrupt. find so surprising - but infuriating instead - were the scandalous things  said.
For one, on the motive for the killing, Abdul Razak says: "Only the two policemen know. Rogue police do kill people, like in so many remand cases."

Notwithstanding Najib-Anwar bromance evidence of the chemistry relations must be handled delicately

Najib-Anwar bromance strategic interests. But let’s not get carried away either.needs to be proactively managed through timing and structured options
Given Anwar’s age and Najib’s tenuous hold on his power, it is not entirely impossible for the two to have come to an agreement for their mutual survival.
Archives would reveal that the only time the Opposition Leader had appeared on these UMNO-linked media organisations is when he was on the receiving end of brickbats.Therefore Anwar’s claim of possessing “solid evidence” regarding how Daim Zainuddin, a close associate of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, had allegedly abused his position as Finance Minister to amass wealth has ignited the speculation mills.
Adding fuel to the furnace is the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s swift response in wanting to secure the evidence from Anwar. In previous cases, the MACC had been often accused of suffering from paralysis when it concerned allegations against ruling politicians, both serving and retired.
At some point in our lives, we’re all confronted by someone who is toxic to us. Usually, this person is carefully embedded into our lives and you can’t get them out. Truly, you don’t want to, but you know that you must. They make you so happy momentarily, but so miserable in the long run. They’re everything you want and need, and everything you fear and detest. All your efforts put forth towards distancing yourself have failed and resulted in a pool of shame and self bashing.
Of late, Mahathir has been critical of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, lashing out at his policies, leadership and even his brainchild, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).Eyebrows were raised when an UMNO division Deputy Chief filed a Police report against 1MDB and later lodged a complaint with the MACC.
It came as no surprise that the UMNO man, Khairuddin Hassan (above), was also the publisher of the infamous book ’50 reasons why Anwar cannot become Prime Minister’, which lead to the then Deputy Premier’s eventual downfall.
Battle lines redrawn
Despite being a decade short of turning a century old, Mahathir is still razor sharp in political manoeuvring. And it will be perilous for the current Prime Minister to underestimate the former Premier, who has perfected the art of dismantling political careers, from which Najib himself rose to power.
What is unraveling now is similar to the era of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, where the media was used to criticise Mahathir and his lieutenants, while their unflattering views were blacked out.
This had forced Mahathir to turn to Malaysiakini, for which he granted four interviews during that period, and later to blogging. Needless to say, this was a standard operating procedure (SOP) of Mahathir himself, who had used the media to vilify his opponents, including Anwar, during his tenure as Prime Minister
Najib and Anwar are joining forces to oppose a common enemy in former finance minister Daim Zainuddin, who, along with former prime minister Mahathir Mohamed, has been on the front lines of the anti-Najib sentiment in Barisan Nasional itself. Anwar has volunteered his services to the MACC to help bring Daim’s sins to light in a move that will only benefit the besieged Najib.
It’s no real surprise that Najib would seek out a man who has been his administration’s greatest enemy for most of his tenure. After all, he is fast running out of allies after a strong showing by the Mahathirists in Umno at the party’s general assembly last year, and Najib realizes that he will be deposed if he doesn’t comply with their demands. He knows too that even if he does comply, he will still be eliminated from the post slowly. If Anwar is presented as his best chance at political survival, Najib would embrace him with open arms.
The bigger question posed by this situation, however, is what exactly does Anwar stand to gain from such an arrangement. As speculated by Ariff and Shahbudin, the easiest answer that springs to mind is a favourable outcome to the Sodomy II saga that has embroiled the Opposition Leader’s life for so long. With no date set for the announcement of the verdict, working with Najib could be Anwar’s move for his political survival as a guilty verdict would crush all his efforts to reach the throne of Putrajaya.
But what if, as speculated by Shahbudin, the deal entails far more than merely a favourable verdict to Anwar’s own legal dilemma? It’s no secret that Pakatan Rakyat stands on shaky ground right now with the tensions between the component parties at an all time high. There is a strong possibility that PAS may strike off on its own given its partners’ opposition to its plan to implement hudud in Kelantan. And given its long-term ambition to enact hudud throughout Malaysia, the marriage of convenience is a heavy shackle for it.
A “unity government” between Anwar’s people and Najib’s would be an immense coup for the Opposition Leader, returning him to the nigh-untouchable status he held when he was the Deputy Prime Minister. A deal with Najib, as opposed to depending on a divided coalition like Pakatan, would move him closer to the throne.
, a young man claiming to be the former police corporal’s son, posted a sinister warning on Facebook: “In all honesty, I am a son of Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar. To those who don’t know about his case, don’t just say what you like. Watch your mouth. If I talk to the press, Malaysia will fall. The PM will also fall.”
 Now SIRUL'S MOTHER speaks upMy son was FRAMED, I fear for his life
The mother of former police commando Sirul Azhar Umar who was sentenced to death for the murder of a Mongolian model has insisted that her son was framed.
How did a felon like Sirul managed to slip into Australia, and reside there for a couple of months since October, without the knowledge of the Australian authorities? How, did Sirul managed to regain possession of his passport, applied for a visa and flew to Australia without anyone raising an eyebrow? Does the Attorney General care to comment?

News of his detention has certainly ruffled a few feathers with some of the top elite residing in the corridors of power, shivering like jellyfish and shaking in their boots.
All of a sudden, Malaysians have taken a rejuvenated interest in the sensational case, after having given up all hope, that the real truth would emerge, following the death sentence imposed on the duo.
Australia’s refusal to return Sirul back to Malaysia has put the government in a very precarious position. Many believes that his detention would be a good move for his personal safety & protection, since he holds the key to the mysterious elimination of Altantuya whose cries from beyond, still demands justice.
Meanwhile, Sirul’s Malaysian lawyer Kamarul Hisham Kamaruddin said that he would apply to the Federal Court to have Sirul Azhar’s murder conviction reviewed and oppose a extradition request from Malaysia.
He also questioned why would [Sirul Azhar] murder the victim, and why key witnesses were never called by the prosecution during the original trial, fuelling speculation of political interference in the case. “It raises questions as to what really is going on”, he stressed.

Bringing final closure to Altantuya Murder Conspiracy
What we knew so far was that Altantuya was the translator for the Malaysian Government in Malaysia’s negotiations with DCNS for the purchase of submarines when Najib Abdul Razak was Defence Minister. Her insistence to claim a USD500K commission ultimately led to her demise, where she was shot twice, her body packed with C4 explosives and blown to smithereens.
Will the main characters in the murder conspiracy like Najib and Rosmah, Razak Baginda, DSP Musa Safri and their ilk be exposed and implicated?

The murder of Altantuya Sharibuu a secret hard to hide, but hard to steal too 
Convicted killer Sirul Azhar Umar, a former police VIP bodyguard sentenced to death for the murder of Altantuya Sharibuu was captured in Brisbane, Australia after an alert from Interpol, a few days ago and placed in detention.The expose’ may bring final closure to the sad episode not only for Altantuya’s father and the people of Mongolia,

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