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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Altantuya case: Judge yet to file judgment

 Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, who was charged with abetting in the murder but was acquitted and discharged without his defence being called on Oct 31, 2008.
Azilah and Sirul were convicted in April 9, 2009 sentenced to death by the Shah Alam High Court .
Found guilty of murdering the 28-year-old Mongolian mother of two in Mukim Bukit Raja near here 10pm on Oct 19, 2006 and 1am the following day.

There is no perfect crime. The taxi driver hired by Altantuya for the day did not appreciate that his passenger was kidnapped under his eyes without payment for the fare. He took note of the registration plate of the kidnapper’s car and filed a complaint at the local police station. In a few days, the police identified the car and realized that it was a government vehicle. Read More at Margeemar Blog

The duo, who were commandos with the elite Special Action Squad, subsequently filed their appeals  in the same month. As at Friday February 10, 2012 the hearing date for the appeals of two police personnel convicted of the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu has yet to be fixed because one of them, C/Insp Azilah Hadri has not filed his petition of appeal. Azilah's lawyer J Kuldeep Kumar said the petition could not be filed as he had only received 40 of 57 volumes of the documents. Kuldeep Kumar said the documents were subsequently send to him in stages in the last six months, adding that he would obtain the remaining 17 volumes of documents from the court.

 Opposition leaders have said Najib might also have had an affair with Altantuya and that there was a connection between her murder and the controversial multi-billion ringgit Scorpene submarine deal between the Malaysian government and French arms manufacturer DCNS. They said the onus was now on Najib to prove his innocence in the RM6.7billion submarine deal following an allegation of a “third person” in the negotiation that took place in Macau. It is alleged that Altantuya was an interpreter in the deal.

In June 2002, the Malaysian government signed a EUR 1 billion contract with Armaris (now DCNS) and Spanish naval shipbuilder Izar (now Navantia) for 2 SSK Scorpenes and associated support and training.

Minister Nazri Aziz explains to Parliament the delay in the appeal of the two cops convicted for murder. by Syed Jaymal Zahiid | June 27, 2011

Azilah yet to file appeal in Altantuya murder case  Published: Friday February 10, 2012 MYT 5:18:00 PM The Star

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