Never lose focus. Never let your thoughts be derailed. Never let them threaten you. Let bloggers come and go. I am back on the Altantuya murder trial. Today, I am laughing again, but seriously, I think today’s witness – the police chief interrogator should be sacked, don’t you?
Though I’d be happy if I were the guilty party or the accused in a murder trial.
I gathered from Malaysiakini that the Federal CID interrogation branch chief DSP Zainudin Abdul Samad did not take down notes when he visited the crime scene on Nov 6 last year, during investigations into the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu. He agreed with Azilah’s lawyer Hazman Ahmad that this was a high-profile case but said he did not take down notes because he did not think he would be called as a witness.
How can, man? Was he born yesterday or what?
The lawyer was said to be “visibly annoyed” when the police officer failed to recollect many things. Perhaps, h even slept during the journey to the murder site? He disagreed. However, he could not remember making calls during the journey, but the lawyer pointed out that he had.
Well, this CID couldn’t even remember the full name of the first accused in Malaysia’s trial of the century! Later he said he remembers that Azilah Hadri “doesn’t like lying”. Now who would believe him? Very poor witness lah.
I think yet another witness thrown out the court!