Now I guess they will strive to produce a marriage certificate in court. But Altantuya’s dad, Mr Stev Shariibuu had said here that it would be “fake”. Looks like Mr Shariibuu has a third eye and can forsee “things”.
I had asked him if there was such a marriage. And he said “Well, in Mongolia, there is definitely none. Because a child’s marriage would not be recognised without the consent (signature) of the father”.
What would a marriage prove anyway?
How many more myths or sleezy stories till we arrive at the truth?
All I want to know is why was she murdered, who ordered her killing, and who ordered the murder weapon, the C4 explosives.
I hope the court will not be used as a platform to churn out sleezy bedtime stories.
And all this without the right of reply from the very person concerned, Altantuya.