Altantuya dad, Stev Shariibuu, will be in Kuala Lumpur to attend his murdered daughter’s court case from now on.
He will be in Kuala Lumpur with an NGO representative, who is also a lawyer.
The Mongolians were informed by their government that the verdict for Altantuya’s murder will be out soon, and that they should be in Kuala Lumpur to hear it.
Word has gone out that the verdict may not be to anyone’s liking except for those who can escape justice.
However, Mr. Stev Shariibuu is hoping that justice will be served at last, and the perpetrators of her murder be brought to their knees. Let’s hope for the best.
Currently, the court in Shah Alam is into cross examing their 75th witness, a Tonny Lunggan (asst superintendent), senior investigating officer in the murder case.
He said that on Oct 23, 2006, Abdul Razak, charged with abetting the murder, came to the Brickfields police district headquarters with his father and private investigator P. Balasubramaniam.
He lodged a police report stating that he suspected Ang Chong Beng (a private investigator hired by Altantuya) was threatening him.
Lunggan said he also received a call from an officer at the Jalan Travers police station on Oct 26, regarding a report about a foreign woman who was believed to have been abducted.
Earlier, Altantuya’s cousin Namiraa Gerelmaa testified that she had followed Altantuya to Abdul Razak’s house and office after arriving in Malaysia.
She also admitted lodging a police report when Altantuya failed to return to her hotel room after going out to meet Abdul Razak (Bernama).