The family and friends of murdered Mongolian national Altantunya Shaariibuu gathered outside the Shah Alam High Court this morning with posters calling for justice.
The four also chanted ‘Altantunya’ and ‘Mongolia’.
The deceased’s father Shaariibuu Setev (right) held a poster which read ‘Malaysia! Baginda’s team is proud of my daughter’s murder’.
Altantunya’s cousin Uuriintuya Gal Ochir displayed a poster which read ‘Hope justice will be done by the Malaysian court’.
Two other posters held up by the deceased’s friend Burmaa Oyunchime and her cousin Namiraa Gerelmaa denounced Abdul Razak Baginda, among others, saying ‘he has no place on earth’ and that ‘he is not a human being’.
The four stood outside the building for several minutes before dispersing. Today is the ninth day of the high-profile murder trial.
Razak, a renowned political analyst, has been charged with abetting the murder of the Mongolian national.
Two police officers, Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 30, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 35, are charged with the murder which allegedly took place between 10pm on Oct 19 and 1am on Oct 20 last year.
Mongolian translator Altantuya, 28, was said to be blown up in a jungle clearing in Shah Alam, Selangor.
All three accused face the death penalty if convicted.
On Tuesday, Razak’s staff showed up at court with a banner expressing support for their boss. The banner read ‘Razak Baginda staff. And we’re with you. Proud of it.’
On the first day, his relatives wore T-shirts declaring their relationship with him on the front, and stating “and proud of it” at the back.