Friday, June 29, 2007

DAY 9: Haunting Voices...

In fact... Azilah was head of Najib’s personal security team. In an affidavit filed in December in his defense, Abdul Razak said he had contacted Azilah through Musa Safri, Najib’s aide-de-camp, to ask for help in dealing with Altantuya, who by that time was demanding money to care for a baby she said Abdul Razak had fathered.

Another mysterious figure in the case was a woman constable who was mentioned in earlier news reports as “helping police in the investigation into the murder.” She was described as a lance corporal, in her mid-20s, from the Petaling Jaya District Police Headquarters who had been in remand. News reports aid the woman helped to put Altantuya into the red Proton Saga car that drove her away for the last time.

The rumor mill has it that the policewoman is a bodyguard for Najib’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, although she was never named. The police woman dropped completely out of the case, however, and was never arrested or identified; the local papers have stopped mentioning her. The private investigator hired by Razak, P. Balasubramaniam, testified that that a man and a woman were with Azilah when Azilah drove Altantuya away. However, he said he could not recognize the two other individuals.

-The Asian sentinel, 28/6/07

I know why she wanted to see Razak Baginda-I have seen pictures of Altantuya with Razak and a government official.

-Burmaa Oyunchimeg (Left), ( Malaysiakini, 29/6/07 )

Don't hide things in this court.

-Watching brief counsel, Karpal Singh (Left) to prosecution team when they appeared reluctant to pursue further enquires into a certain VVIP's involvement in case (Malaysiakini, 29/6/07)

I remember the name Najib Razak, they had the same name, 'Razak". I thought they were brothers. I asked her (Altantuya) if they were brothers.

-Burmaa, (Malaysiakini, 29/6/07)

The relevancy is this: we must not hide anything. It was the ADC (aide- de-camp) of the Deputy Prime Minister who had directed his personnel to go in front of Razak's house to take the deceased away. That is the purpose.

-Karpal Singh, responding to query by judge, following objection by the prosecuting team. (Malaysiakini , 29/6/07)

Why can't you just have faith in the system?

-Tun Majid, leading prosecutor to a brilliant Karpal Singh's probing queries put to witnesses.

(Malaysiakini, 28/6/07)

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