Mat Salleh   (ASIA SENTINEL)
10 September 2007
Malaysia’s Mongolian murder trial raises more questions than it answers

In Malaysia’s sensational and politically explosive case of the murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a Mongolian translator and jilted lover, the trial of three defendants so far has been remarkable for the man who isn’t there: the most obvious potential suspect and witness. That is Najib Tun Razak, the deputy prime minister and former defense minister. As shocking and lurid as the murder itself, it may well have implications beyond the crime itself for Malaysia’s defense establishment.

 

On trial for their lives on charges of killing the 28-year-old beauty are Abdul Razak Baginda, who is accused of conspiring with Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 30, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 35, members of the elite Unit Tindak Khas or Special Police Action Unit. Altantuya was found in a jungle clearing near the Kuala Lumpur suburban city of Shah Alam last year after she was shot in the head on October 18 and her body blown up with C4 plastic explosives.

 

Despite the fact that the case has been underway since June, Najib’s name has been mentioned only once in the Shah Alam high court where the trial is being held. When his name came up, both the defense and the prosecution hurriedly demanded that the mention be withdrawn. Malaysia’s government-influenced newspapers have mentioned Najib only reluctantly in connection with the case, merely printing that he had sworn before Allah that he had never met the woman.

 

Yet Abdul Razak, the alleged instigator and the victim’s former lover, was a close friend and political advisor of Najib’s until the time of his arrest – so close that Najib wrote the foreword to one of Abdul Razak’s books. There is abundant evidence that despite Najib’s protestations that he never met Altantuya, he and Abdul Razak, probably accompanied by the translator, were in France together at the same time in 2005, perhaps dealing in a shady transaction that netted Abdul Razak a fortune. The murder itself was allegedly carried out by Najib’s personal bodyguards. A friend of the victim testified that she had seen a picture of Najib with the ill-fated couple, yet the court showed no interest in seeing the photo.

 

Consider the facts below, which have been culled from Abdul Razak’s sworn statement, a handwritten letter written by the victim and found after her death, other documents and facts that have come out in open court. None of them are new, but no one in the courtroom – prosecution or defense — has attempted put them together to point at Najib:

  • Abdul Razak, the married head of the Malaysian Strategic Centre in Kuala Lumpur, met Altantuya, described as a freelance interpreter and translator, at a gala party in Hong Kong in 2004, according to a written statement given under oath that Abdul Razak gave to investigators after he was arrested in November 2006.

  • In that statement, Abdul Razak said he met Altantuya again in Shanghai in early 2005 and traveled with her to Kuala Lumpur and France in mid-2005. He told investigators that he had given the woman US$10,000 on three different occasions in cash and jewelry.

  • She accompanied Abdul Razak to Paris at a time when Malaysia’s defense ministry was negotiating through a Kuala Lumpur-based company, Perimekar Sdn Bhd, which at the time was owned by yet another company called Ombak Laut, wholly owned by Abdul Razak Baginda, to buy two Scorpene submarines and a used Agosta submarine produced by the French government a French-Spanish joint venture, Armaris. The contract was not competitive.

  • The Malaysian ministry of defense paid one billion euros (RM 4.5 billion) to Amaris for the three submarines, for which Perimekar received a commission of 114 million euros (RM 510 million) from Amaris. Deputy Defense Minister Zainal Abdidin Zin told the Dewan Rakyat, Malaysia’s parliament, that the commission was not a bribe to Perimekar. He said the money was paid for “coordination and support services” although the fee amounted to a whopping 11 percent of the sales price for the submarines.

  • Although Najib denies ever meeting Altantuya, according to the website of the Malaysian Association in France and other websites, on June 11, 2005 Najib gave a press conference in France after having visited the site where the two Scorpene submarines were being built. “As a maritime nation, (the) acquisition will give our navy the added capabilities,” he told the media. Earlier, in the port city of Brest, Najib had visited a naval base where Malaysian navy submariners were training, and, according to the log of an Australian submariner association, presented jackets made available by Perimekar to the crew.

  • Najib, Abdul Razak and Altantuya were thus in Europe at exactly the same time. Abdul Razak was one of Najib’s closest friends. Given this closeness and the fact that the three were in Europe at the same time – and that Najib was presenting jackets made available by Perimekar to the crew – it is almost impossible to believe they had not met.

  • Altantuya,by her own admission in the last letter she wrote, had been blackmailing Abdul Razak, presumably to keep his family from finding out about their relationship. But in his cautioned statement to the police, he said he had already informed his family of the relationship and said she was pressuring him for US$500,000. If the family knew about the relationship and the fact that it had been severed, it seems farfetched to think blackmail over a failed relationship would have been enough to drive him to order her murder, even though in his statement he said Altantuya had threatened his daughter. He could just have said “my wife knows about this, and you’re to go away.” Why would he not employ legal means to drive her away and protect his family?

  • Blackmail seems an odd word unless Altantuya’s tale of blackmail might have also involved the commission paid for the submarines – in which she appears to have acted as a translator – and the relationship between Najib and Abdul Razak. Her father, Shaariibuu Setev, a psychology professor in Ulan Bataar, has repeatedly said she was killed because “she knew too much.”

  • What makes it doubly unusual was that Abdul Razak was able to go to Najib’s bodyguards and request that she be removed. It seems farfetched that he could order Najib’s bodyguards to kill her without Najib’s permission. Bukit Aman UTK deputy commander Mastor Mohd Ariff, an associate of the two bodyguards, said each subordinate member in the unit was required to carry out their official duties by following all orders of their superiors without question, describing UTK members as “like robots” who would only receive orders from superior officers. Abdul Razak, a civilian and a mere friend Najib’s, was not a superior officer in any sense.

  • Another big question is why the immigration records of Altantuya and her two Mongolian companions were erased from the government’s immigration files. It is difficult to believe that the bodyguards would be able to call immigration and have those records pulled on their own authority. Abdul Razak, who, although he was obviously influential, didn’t have the authority to have the records removed. So who did?

  • Somehow, although murder is a non-bailable crime, Razak also was freed on bond initially without security on the grounds of having had bronchitis previously, and the bail was extended until public outcry forced his incarceration. Who had the clout to get a common citizen out of jail on a murder rap, especially on the rather flimsy excuse of having had bronchitis in the past?

  • Why did the deputy prosecutor, Salehuddin Saidin, rule out the possible involvement of any other parties than the three accused long before the investigation was complete?

  • Why did the lawyer for one of the two police defendants quit, saying his defense strategy had been subjected to pressure?

  • How did the bodyguards get their hands on C4, a plastic explosive available only to Malaysia’s defense forces and not the police?

 

None of these questions have been asked in court and both prosecution and defense have betrayed a signal unwillingness to stray beyond questions about the three defendants. The prosecution has attempted to impeach the testimony of two of its own crucial witnesses, supposedly because their testimony was unreliable, and there have been numerous moves to eliminate much of the physical evidence from the case. The confession of one of the two bodyguards has been ordered stricken. Najib has not been questioned officially about the case.

 

Many other strange things have happened in the courtroom itself:

 

Why was the judge who originally took the case removed and a new one suddenly promoted to the high court to take over?

 

  1. Why were the prosecution team replaced on the night before the trial?

  2. Why did both defense and prosecution lawyers seek to strike the testimony of Altantuya’s friend, Burmaa Oyunchimeg, 26, about the photograph of Altantuya with Najib? Why was there no attempt to subpoena the picture, reportedly in the possession of Altantuya’s mother in Mongolia, or to find it?

  3. Why were the immigration records not subpoenaed to find out who ordered the records pulled to eliminate any record of Altantuya’s presence in the country?

  4. Why did neither the defense nor the prosecution ask in court about Abdul Razak’s acknowledged trips to France over the defense contracts with Altantuya and who had accompanied them? Why was there no attempt to subpoena records to discover if she had been paid by the Malaysian government?

  5. Why has there been no attempt to subpoena Abdul Razak’s own travel records on these jaunts?

  6. Why wasn’t Najib’s chief of staff called to the witness stand, when Razak Baginda said in court that he had asked him to have the bodyguards take care of Altantuya?

  7. Why has the prosecution sought to impeach two of its own most important witnesses? One of them, Lance Corporal Rohaniza Roslan, was the girlfriend of the senior of the two bodyguards, and she saw Altantuya being taken away in a car by her boyfriend. The other was Yusri Hasan Basri, a UTK member and colleague of defendant Sirul, who had important information on physical evidence in the home of another of the bodyguards? 

Ultimately, it appears that there is a lot of evidence that the court, the prosecution and the defense all agree must not be heard.

62 responses »

  1. hutchrun says:

    The only way is to get some French NGOs to apply pressure on the French Co. n Fr. Govt. to reveal details on the sale.
    Simultaneously, suits should be filed at the European Parliament. That will create waves.

  2. avvit says:

    Najib is not on trial. It’s got nothing to do with the sale of the submarines at all.

  3. Mason From Kuching says:

    Avvit commented: Najib is not on trial. It’s got nothing to do with the sale of the submarines at all.

    My initial thought similarize yours, but the more the trial went, my doubts began to waver otherwise.

    The simultanious awkwardness of the prosecution team and the defence councils rebuttal when Altantuya’s friend, Burmaa Oyunchimeg allegations having seen of a photo of Altantuya and Baginda taken with the DPM Najib.

    Another travesty was the absence of travel records claimed by the deceased cousin which was not put into dialectic but instead rebuke of it’s admission.

    This court is another example of the famous ‘Anwar Ibrahim Trial’ where everything is premeditated and calculated-the exoneration of ARB and what may cause me of thinking to emigrate is that the probable acquittal of the killers.

    Malaysians ruling government, the BN are a legions of thugs. I am reffering to the recent riots in Kuala Trengganu. With people like Badawi, Najib Razak, Nazri Aziz, and Dewan Rakyat speaker Ramli Ngah Talib around, I feel they better go underground.

  4. Sweety says:

    we need raja here. where is he??

  5. Baba from Klebang Besar says:

    Like many other earlier good commentators on this blog , Raja has been Fu*ked off by Monsterball.

  6. Frank says:

    “Why has the prosecution sought to impeach two of its own most important witnesses?”

    Because these witnesses gave evidence

    1. which contradicted their earlier statements to the police; and
    2. their testimony in court helped the defence.

  7. monsterball says:

    What Najib knows..he will sometimes says he don’t know…and what he does not know..he will try prove he knows..all these ..depending which benefits him most personally.
    In the cabinet…Najib is the most selfish and calculative person. He can change his mind within 24 hours.
    He is welknown girl crazy playboy.
    He is totally different from his father..no backbone.
    So what to talk about him?

  8. susan loone says:

    Baba, monsterball has got nothing to do with Raja. Raja was impersonating everyone including wits0 and kitty-kat, and many others. I do not tolerate that.

  9. xarafashion says:

    the socalled politics are always like that.
    peace begins from inside our heart,
    not outside.

  10. avvit says:

    I still don’t get it. Who cares what Najib knows?

    There are 3 accused in this murder trial. 1 for abbeting and the 2 UTK officers for the act of murder. What has Najib got to do with anything?

    Another thing I would like to say is that I for one think it’s totally random that the witness pointed out Najib in a photo. That sounds totally planted to me:

    I’m sure there are people who would love the opportunity to bring down BN major players; isn’t it a little TOO convenient that this witness mentions Najib’s name? She saw this alleged photo YEARS ago, which if I’m not mistaken also the last time she saw Altantuya and now she can suddenly remember a random photograph and a random name? I don’t think so.

  11. monsterball says:

    Najib..f….her avvit

  12. avvit says:

    Eh? What are you going on about?

  13. hutchrun says:

    While the nation is still reeling from the RM 4.6 billion PKFZ “Ghost Town” scandal, another mega bombshell hits the national screen – the RM6.75 billion patrol vessel scandal. A RM5.35 billion contract to build naval vessels awarded in the nineties that has been inflated to RM6.75 billion is now teetering on failure, under circumstances that have exposed the utter incompetence and decadence of the Malaysian political leadership and administration.
    http://malaysia-today.net/blog2006/corridors.php?itemid=8117

  14. wits0 says:

    And on relatively “minor” but no less scandalous items – the Auditor-General’s Report for 2006:
    http://elizabethwong.wordpress.com/2007/09/10/auditor-generals-report-2006/

  15. monsterball says:

    What I am trying to say…avvit…Najib knew Atantuya intimately….but whether he has something to do with the murder is another story.

  16. penang-kia says:

    There is no doubt in my mind Najib knows the mongolian lady.Am just curious to know why Najib denied knowing her.
    Is it because his bodyguard doing the killing?or
    Is it a sin to know someone who is murdered?
    Remember Razak Baginda’s wife shouted out that his husband is not after the PM seat.
    And if Razak Baginda is not after the PM seat,then who is?
    The answer is pretty obvious,isn’t it?

  17. avvit says:

    monsterball may I know how you came up with this ground-breaking fact?

  18. avvit says:

    Altantuya,by her own admission in the last letter she wrote, had been blackmailing Abdul Razak, presumably to keep his family from finding out about their relationship. But in his cautioned statement to the police, he said he had already informed his family of the relationship and said she was pressuring him for US$500,000. If the family knew about the relationship and the fact that it had been severed, it seems farfetched to think blackmail over a failed relationship would have been enough to drive him to order her murder, even though in his statement he said Altantuya had threatened his daughter. He could just have said “my wife knows about this, and you’re to go away.” Why would he not employ legal means to drive her away and protect his family?

    ______________________________________

    1. ARB didn’t order/sanction her murder
    2. He doesn’t need to explain anything to her; she blackmailed him and threatened the life of his family member
    3. He DID tell her to go away

  19. monsterball says:

    avvit….Read Penang-kia? Ask him how he knows….hahahahahaha
    But witsO will tell you in the language you will not understand.
    Don’t ask kittykat..he is pro MCA and will say we all are liars.
    Go survey the facts…and report to all of us.

  20. avvit says:

    Report to all of you? I didn’t even do that for my school teachers.

    Penang-kia – maybe ARB’s wife said that because ARB was treated unfairly at the time of his arrest? i.e. ARB is NOT someone politically important; why target him? I don’t believe it implied anything like you said.

    I agree that wits0’s english is unnecessarily bombastic. I think he has an inferiority complex.

    Re Najib and the Altantuya case, everyone speculates, but no one knows for sure. No one here definitely.

  21. monsterball says:

    hi avvit…You think UMNO speak all true words ..or the best speculators in MALAYSIA?
    They even speculate on shares and play dirty tricks to know exactly what will rise or fall…and win win win all the time.
    So speculation ..avvit…is the name of the game.
    How many speculations have proven to be true…starting from Pak Lah’s new wife.
    But Najib is a well known playboy….do you think this is speculation?
    And so is Baginda..and both are good friends..and good friends share all goodies like brothers….especially both are suspected..great womanizers….do you think this is speculations?

  22. monsterball says:

    Have you ever notice..lands worth RM600 per acre …thousands of hectares..become RM15 per sq.ft….all snatched up by Mahathir and Diam?
    Are the smarter than us?

  23. avvit says:

    If what you say is speculation, then say it’s speculation. Don’t come up with statements like “Najib knew Atantuya intimately”. You don’t know anything.

    Baginda and Najib are good friends? Again you come up with baseless statements. Do you know either of them personally?

  24. monsterball says:

    avvit….that was not speculation. ….you got all mixed up!
    I was responding to your doubts…now you use my message and said I am speculating.
    If so…millions are also speculating……including Susan

  25. Harrison Bin Hansome says:

    In the law-court, almost nobody is telling the TRUTH, but their TRUTH, including attorneys. All we can perhaps agree is whoever lies better, they are presume winners. Agree?

  26. Australian Flashpacker says:

    Agree with handsome…
    Poor Schapelle Corby and Bravo Michelle Leslie…LOL!!!

  27. hutchrun says:

    “Malaysia Today is going to send a Peoples’ Petition (Petisyen Rakyat) to His Highness The Yang di-Pertuan Agong. I really do not need to go into the host of reasons for the dire need of this Peoples’ Petition. Amongst some of the issues which are of concern to the Malaysian people are:

    1) The recent shooting of two people in Kuala Terengganu.
    2) The reported gang clashes in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johore over the 50th Merdeka celebration holiday that resulted in a few deaths.

    http://malaywomen.blogspot.com/2007/09/let-us-all-unite-and-give-support-to.html

  28. hutchrun says:

    In the Altantuya Murder Trial – Day 36 (details H E R E), the counsel suggested that the photos taken (by the police) of the Jewelley found at Sirul Azhar were “staged” photos – precisely they called them “re-enacted”or “re-staged”. Even the Judge concurred saying that “were taken after being informed”.

    http://powerpresent.blogspot.com/2007/09/red-herring-flag-burning-photo-police.html

  29. balibuddy says:

    waks! busy……nice blog, big hug from Bali, cheers!

  30. monsterball says:

    avvit….There are great differences between lying as pulling a fast one or teasing.
    Do you know the differences?
    And ofcourse…Harrison bin Handsome is quite a joker and he is right.

  31. Harrison Bin Hansome says:

    My personal experience having being a contractor for a public listed company is that corruption is rampant and for several times, I have took the courage with fellow counterparts to expose the misdeeds with the production of documented evedence to higher brass.

    And the repercussions were ruthless making our live s hard by finesse anew though you may say we cracked part of their ‘rice-bowl’ but we stand by our actions and are readily to face impending consequences.

    We must stand firm, unwavering and unflinching to fight all sorts of injustices around us. My appeal to you, my fellow brethens is to spread the words that having beind ruled by the BN coalition since merdeka, it is empirical that the goverment not only failed us, humiliate and reneged by thier hollow and false promises, thrown many to jails with thier self-righteous intepretation of the EMERGENGY ORDINANCE and the BRUTAL ISA, which was originally enacted to protect us from
    communisms and the most corrupted police force in the world.

    Therefor, I earnestly urged you all to vote the opposition in this impending election. I am a moderate muslim and are totally against the apartheid NEP but of human competence.

    God made us equal and egalitarian and no one is above the law including Nazri Aziz.

    I apologise for my poor standard of kampung Engelish and I am dedicating my message to the person, a woman I most admired in my life-Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

    “Integrity above unity”-Susan Loone.

    This should be made a national catchphrase and stick in on Badawi’s ass.

    once again, any contention?

  32. Azalina Binti Dykeman says:

    Harrison Bin Handsome :
    God made us equal and egalitarian and no one is above the law including Nazri Aziz.
    ———————————————————–
    What about lesbians and gays? Are you belittling by winnowing to mention them? I am a lesbian but it is in my blood and I am putting it to you, are you faulting GOD for making me like this?

  33. australianflashpacker says:

    God plans and your parents work it out…

  34. monsterball says:

    No…it is the sexual act..not properly done….dna got confused and don’t know want to produce boy or girl….hahahahahaha
    But I know few…real nice decent guys…and girls feel safe with them..treat them like brothers….and vice versa.
    God per se.do not plan a child…it is the sexual condition…that attracts a soul floating….to join the ‘play’…if condition and timing are all right.

  35. monsterball says:

    The soul becomes mind. The mind becomes the creator of all things in that person.. The body is useless….just to house the soul/mind.
    Soul is invisible…..like electric current…cannot see…touch it..you may be dead.
    If one behave like an animal…keep disturbing the peace of others….cruel..cunning…a thief…the soul will become one low grade ..fit to go into an animal sexual act….therefore that person will be reborn an animal.
    Some dead souls are too extremely misused….like those murderers and rapist who rape young girls and especially nuns..with no regrets. They cannot be reborn..so will turn to be worms …to start life all over again…may take him few thousand of years to be even reborn as an animal.
    The best are those train to have soul leaving them when they are alive. They can control the souls….and let it fly off and back.. Such are the holy ones…controlling his own soul.

  36. KTemoc says:

    Aussie backflasher said “Poor Schapelle Corby and Bravo Michelle Leslie”

    Both possessed drugs! Their difference?

    (1) Schapelle had 20 kgs of ganja, Michelle had a couple of ecstacy pills

    (2) Schapelle was badly represented; Michelle was very well “represented” to the extent that the 3 judges on her trial even praised her good conduct but to to undergo an internal trial themselves (after she was tried) before they were “cleared” of pungli (pungutan liar)

    (3) Schapelle came from a broken home and was ‘alone’; Michelle was/is a well-known model who had (has? don’t know) a very very rich boyfriend

    (4) Schapelle was exploited by numerous so-called “white knights” who kept shafting her with their avaricious lances, apart from hotheaded young Aussie males insulting the Indonesians including its President, virtually guaranteeing that she won’t receive any leniency – well-meaning but moronic idiots who also unwittngly screwed her case up; OTOH, Michelle knew how to exploit the Islamic factor – before she was arrested, she was a scantily (at best time) dressed model; overnight (in an Indonesian jail) she became the world’s most pious Muslim, burqa-ed and all, after a mysterious covert conversion to embrace Islam; on release and back in Australia, she discovered to her immense surprise that she “accidentally left” her burqa and indeed most of her clothing and Islamic faith back in Bali.

    (5) Many Australians believe Schapelle was innocent (maybe some still do) because, as TV personality D Hinch said, she is white, young, beautiful and has big boobs; Michelle may be young, beautiful, though not white nor has big boobs but she certainly has a rich boyfriend who “did all the right things” to get er out a.s.a.p

  37. monsterball says:

    hi …my long lost Pope who stole my Queen.
    What has big or small boobs has to do with such a court case?
    It’s what up fronts that counts? Nay… it’s quality and great service after sales that counts.
    But credit must be given to you for such a fine report. Where the heck you got all these info?

  38. KTemoc says:

    😉 started with Handsome’s comments “In the law-court, almost nobody is telling the TRUTH, but their TRUTH, including attorneys. All we can perhaps agree is whoever lies better, they are presume winners. Agree?”

    The ‘boobs’ were incidental to the Schapelle case when D Hinch, well known radio/TV personality remarked that Aussie’s outrage at her jailing was only because Schapelle had those attributes. If she didn’t, no one (exceopt her family) would have paid any attention.

    I followed her case for my interest on Aussie-Indon relationship

  39. australianflashpacker says:

    I guess its bettaaa than Aussie-Singapore when Nguyen Van Tuong was hang by the Singaporeans. Some workers at the Australian airports delayed their works for all Singapore Airlines flight. LOL!!!!

  40. blogger says:

    If there’s an award for the Most Boring Blog, this one should win hands down!

  41. australianflashpacker says:

    LOL!!!
    Since one of the posters is from The Land Down Under.

  42. Sylvester Staloone says:

    And the Paris Hilton incarceration was reduced to about (3 days) to the imposed duration of (1 month?) on pretext of illness that sparks public outcry, esp. the from black community that restituted her to serve full tenure.

    Sir Walter Raleigh, Napoleon The Great, Anwar Ibrahim and countless others suffers at the hands of thew winners.

    Susan Loone(no blood relation with me)- “The Truth Will Prevail”.

    Sorry, I apologize to differ that the Truth is far less inspiring of your quote, because the TRUTH is is the hands of the power-players-the winners.

    I beg for Monty’s forgiveness for any inconvenience caused having perceived him serving as Ms/Mdm. Sloone’s PERSONAL BODYGUARD and MOUTHPIECE.

  43. ….more like ASS LICKER!

  44. KTemoc says:

    Aussie backflasher, yes, you’re right, at least the Indon trials of Schapelle and that other woman, once the world’s most pious Muslim and Oscar winner😉 were far more fair and compassionate than the Singapore’s cold blooded murder of 25-year old Nguyen, arrested when he was only 21.

    Actually teh sad story of Nguyen set me off on some amateurish poetry-writing of lamentation on State’s cruelty and the barbaric death penalty.

    I hope my friend Susan, monsterball’s Queen😉, will excuse me if I indulge in recollection of my lamentation for Nguyen, as follows:

    (1) http://ktemockomposes.blogspot.com/2006/01/cricket-at-dawn.html – the one where PM John Howard enjoyed his cricket when Nguyen was about to be executed

    (2) http://ktemockomposes.blogspot.com/2006/01/distant-bells-distant-chimes.html – this one about the hypocrisy of the Singapore government who dealt (still do?) with Yangoon’s regime (drug warlords themselves) while piously (hypocritically) pontificating about the necessity of putting drug pushers to death

    (3) http://ktemockomposes.blogspot.com/2006/01/home-and-free.html – when Nguyen’s body returned to Australia

    (4) http://ktemockomposes.blogspot.com/2006/01/door.html – in sad mood about Nguyen’s unnecessary and cruel execution, reflecting on death

    (5) http://ktemockomposes.blogspot.com/2006/01/in-perfect-country.html – what I thought of Singapore for executing Nguyen

  45. Sylvester Staloone says:

    Sorry, I am a heterosexual and I don’t hit from behind. I mean the back hole.

  46. monsterball says:

    That’s alright Sylvester as long as you are normal..which you are and truths of the fact is you are speaking the truths and hope you realize some voters made those power players what they they are.
    Right or wrong…we have seen and read it all.
    So it is the coming GE that counts.
    ‘blogger” writer has nothing to write..so there he is..talking cock.

  47. monsterball says:

    And whoever the ass licker you are referring to….you are right too….as some do that..and front behind..sideways…top or bottom….makes no differences.It’s call different strokes..32 to master.
    And you maybe a dull lover….hahahajhahahaha

  48. Harrison Bin Hansome says:

    I guess the Altantuya’s murder trial has lost it’s popularity lately. On this blog alone, before and in the middle of the trail, the blog draws relentless attentions and commenteries.

  49. Harrison Ford says:

    If you look a bit carefully, you would realise there is really only one regular commentator left on this blog…..

    He is right about everything…goodnight.

  50. monsterball says:

    hhhmmm Harrison Ford…first time I noticed him was the ‘Star Wars” series….so original….so special…. the sequels and took 30 years to complete….while simultaneously…his ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark” and sequels all thrilled us….plus so many exciting movies…like ‘Air Force One”….one of my favorites.
    It seems he is quite a moody guy…now filthy rich…just divorced his wife for a young gal.
    The ‘raiders” is back with him soon….but he sure have a boyish face…so they can make him look much younger…like before….which Demi Moore ….ex wife of Bruce Willis will be a washed up….always trying to get young sexy part ..at age 40..when she does not really have the look or figure to be like another Jane Fonda. She is just dreaming with so many plastic surgeries like Cher..but Moore is too manly look and Cher has a a sexy face….gone case for Moore.
    And there is more than one regular commentator in Susan’s blog that are sincere and forthright.
    That’s why Susan thank so many for her success.

  51. monsterball says:

    Maybe Susan thank all commentators …right or wrong does not matter to her….free country..but she is hungry gal for truths to save us all….then that’s okay.
    Otherwise…bad for country.
    Already too many sickening political bloggers.

  52. monsterball says:

    hi Harrison ford…did you survey how many commentators from all sites?
    How about something for everyone to read …instead of putting out an unfair remark or judgment on Susan’s blog.
    Have you forgotten…first gal blogger to hit the million mark?
    How about congratulating her…never too late to do good deeds.
    Come on….be a sport!

  53. ken says:

    The monster knows not that he is the butt.

  54. Harrison Bin Hansome says:

    Thanks 4 the light moment there Monty. I must say sometimes i do enjoy your commenteries but I am envy that time is the luxury u have at every moments of the day.

    U even go shopping with your laptop?

    I am an avid fan of the CSI series on TV on Monday night but those are just embellishments of the forensic-sleuths, if its really that effefient and that awe, there wouldnt be countless of murders still unsolved, ya?

  55. monsterball says:

    ya Harrison..What can we do..but read and feel sorry for the victim’s family.
    Yes…time and tide waits for no man…and time is very precious…what is now..will never again be repeated in our lifetime…and our life is very short on Earth.
    I don’t waste time. I manage and control my time…and this is leisure hours..to relax and feel peaceful…but few love to insult me…only they know why do they spent time doing such negatives in their lives yo others. What do they benefit? If amongst friends….okay.
    No I go to coffee house with my lap-top…just to wild away the time..waiting for the ladies to buy their monthly house stuffs. I have 10 dogs…8 pugs and two chihwahwa

  56. monsterball says:

    I have the full collection of all seasons on CSI. I collect thousands of movies.
    You should go to “24”…and we old chap love “Columbo”…which I also have the full set….but you will not enjoy too much..if you do not know..all the stars in each episode are really famous people at that time.
    Try get “Yes Prime Minister” box set.
    Young or old you are…..the wits and english are ever green to enjoy….and that is still the best British comedy ever made.

  57. monsterball says:

    “blogger’ writer…If it is so boring …why are you here….you idiotic sore looser.

  58. monsterball says:

    But cannot help…..prayers also good lah

  59. jbl87 says:

    Altantuya and her family is not forgotten. I pray daily that they get their justice. Killing her is one thing but exploding her into bits without a trace is …. Her loved ones could not even say a proper good-bye to her. How evil and cruel and insensitive can the killers be. What kind of god do they worship if they worship a god at all – any person who believes in GOD would have an active conscious mind to reject evil, and a heart of compassion. Malaysian government Leaders … what god do they worship? What are they doing for the poor and Altantuya?

  60. avvit says:

    Altantuya did enough for herself. She got herself killed.

  61. daniel says:

    we can all gossip until our face(s) turn blue regarding the suggested conspiracies and glaring ommissions; including the ‘facts’ revealed so far in the court room but dont you all realise that all it takes to nail the bugger(s) (just THAT bugger alone – once you get THAT bugger, the rest tumble as a natural consequence) is for razak baginda to find it in his conscience to reveal all – the WHOLE truth.

    but how much does an ounce of conscience cost in the black market? sigh…

    i am still hoping that THAT moment will come when, as if with God’s hand in play, razak baginda realises that enough is (indeed) enough. think about it, the whole country’s fate (now and in the future) hangs in balance on the outcome of this single trial. everthing. i really mean all other issues e.g.hindraf, judiciary, petronas, bersih, police – everything. he is, i reluctantly realise, the decider for all of us. he can decide for 26 million fellow malaysians whether we can move forward as a whole united people and create a new bright beginning or it’s back to the dark ages, that vicious cycle.

    i am worried for the younger and future generations…

  62. george says:

    Let’s wait & see if najis ada…in rakyat eyes, he is in it…. in court, he is no mention at all…??? so what the heck? proof??? Hearsay is not enough!!!

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