Why is Malaysiakini.com not interested in pursuing this story?
According to Asia Sentinel, Honorary Consul General in Mongolia Syed Abdul Rahman verified these photos to be Altantuya Shariibuu.
He had also provided these photos to Asia Sentinel. It’s quite disturbing to wonder why Syed Abdul Rahman should want to do that. What would he benefit in showing photos of Altantuya’s trip to Paris? Who does these photos benefit actually?
These photos are believed to be from police files and among her possessions. These photos raises many questions, if it is indeed true that the Consul had obtained these from the police with the intention of making it public.
Who is the Consul working for? He has been known to even speak on behalf of Altantuya’s father, without the latter’s knowledge. And why was these photos given only to Asia Sentinel? Has the Consul lost faith in the government controlled media as well?
As far as I know, Altantuya’s father had refused to comment on these photos. So, disheartened he is of the trial which seems to be going nowhere.
Now, all that’s left of this once beautiful woman are portions of verterbrae, skull, tissues, rib bones, clumps of hair and teeth.
Read Asia Sentinel’s take on this: Who was Altantuya Shariibuu?
We will never be sure what she was. But we know what she is now: a dead Mongolian woman whose murderers may never be punished.
I believe what all of us really want to know is WHY Altantuya was killed.
By the way, it would be more worthy if Asia Sentinel could tell us when (date and time, please) Altantuya was in Paris?