We await patiently Altantuya’s dad – Mr. Stev Shariibuu’s revelation in Kuala Lumpur:

Mongolian Dr Setev Shaariibuu, who arrived in Malaysia late last night, said he would be revealing some fresh information at the Shah Alam High Court where his daughter’s murder trial is being heard. (THE STAR)

Well, the man must be really annoyed! He arrived yesterday from Mongolia, after a bit of a delay, but was told by the courts AGAIN that his daughter’s trial will be postponed for another 14 days! Next date is May 5.

I received word from him last night. How frustrating it must be. To travel all the way, leaving wive and two little grandson who are missing their mum like hell, only to find out that not even his lawyer Mr. Karpal Singh was informed earlier about the trial postponement! They finally had to get the information from the Public Prosecutor.

What are the REAL reasons cited for the delay? Nobody knows as well! But the official reason is: Shariibuu is satisfied with the reasons for delay.

The trial is so haphazard that even reporters seem to be confused about when to cover and not to cover the trial. Furthermore, the trial has already run into its 105th day and 75 witnesses, with no end in sight. The more witnesses the court hears, the more blurry the case becomes.

Justice delayed is justice denied, haven’t you heard?

Meanwhile, after the trial at the Shah Alam court yesterday, Mr. Shariibuu and his lawyer Mugii, who represents 46 women and children NGOs in Mongolia, issued this press statement:

We have been PROTESTING up until today and are STATING this demand to Malaysia and the international community.

Malaysian official security guards blew up Sh.Altantuya into pieces by using C4 military explosives. This grave crime constitutes a violation of the basic human rights to life and bodily integrity enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; all member states of the United Nations have agreed to uphold this right. Therefore, the defendants and the people responsible for hiring the murderers must be punished as fair justice.

As the brutal murder of the Mongolian citizen took place in Malaysian territory and was committed by state security guards, orphaning two young children, we demand that Malaysia provide compensation for the loss of the breadwinner to the victim’s children, including support for living and medical treatment costs for the youngest son for the duration of his lifetime. This is in compliance with the United Nations Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power adopted by the General Assembly Resolution No. 40/34 in 1985.

Focusing on a fair trial and the circumstances of the victim, Malaysia must pay attention to the two children’s social and health and care for the issues and solve the reality that the deceased’s children cannot enjoy their rights under the UN Child Right Convention.

Who and when asked “why the murderers blew up Sh.Altantuya and left nothing from her – what for, in what manner, and what to conceal?”.

We strongly stand against the press and media which blamed the victim and had influenced public opinion badly without questioning the perpetrators of this gross crime against a woman and her children.

Today, the world, defenders of women’s human rights, and other organizations are focusing and watching the trial process to see Malaysia ensure fair justice for the murder of Sh. Altantuya

If Malaysia does not handle the case in a TRUE and JUST manner, leaving the lives of the orphaned children out, we as women’s and child right organizations and on behalf of the Mongolian population are strongly stating that we will address this crime at the INTERNATIONAL LEVEL.

(Note: this letter was also endorsed by 46 NGOs in Mongolia)





50 responses »

  1. As I have mentioned time and time again, this is the greatness of our Malaysian Courts.

    They make a person so frustrated that they hope one would just give up after loosing a loved one, spent money like hell, waste hell of a lot of time, etc, etc.

    How do one expect Foreign investments lah? Unless being arm twisted by the Malaysian government to give face and invest here. These international companies are not stupid as they will, after some time “bungkus” and shift their operations elsewhere to where they are treated fairly.

    Not to worry though God is great and will punish those who are guilty though found not guilty by our so-called “COURT OF JUSTICE”.

  2. justice prevails says:

    Should just go ahead and register it at the INTERNATIONAL level in parallel instead of waiting for the local hearings to unfold. We all know what the outcome will be.

  3. flyer168 says:

    This is indeed a sad episode when our BN & Islam Hadari gomen can allow this Barbaric & Henious crime to drag on after 105 days at our taxpayer’s & the poor victim’s father & family’s expense.

    I totally agree with Mr. Shariibuu and his lawyer Mugii, (who represents 46 women and children NGOs in Mongolia) with the press statement which they ” will address this crime at the INTERNATIONAL LEVEL.”

    Shame on you Malaysia !

  4. avvit says:

    What new evidence? He says he has information not evidence. And what possible evidence can he give? He didn’t even know his daughter was in Malaysia.

  5. Facial says:

    Hi SIL and sleeping PM read this statement from about.

    “Therefore, the defendants and the people responsible for hiring the murderers must be punished as fair justice.

    It is not too late to act . Don’t allow this coward to roam and pull you pant down .

  6. ghenjis khan says:

    At least the Mongols have progressed from being rampaging hordes of invaders to understanding what is meant by True and Just .

    Malaysian Justice is to bribe victims with money without admitting wrongdoings.

  7. Immigation Dept says:

    Why no investigation on the Immigration Dept for tampering the entry and exit on Altantuya ? Under whose authority and instruction to delete off the data ?

    Malaysian judiciary…ha…ha…The world is watching.

  8. CSI - Pekan Pahang says:

    I am learning from the Malaysian govt on how to make people dissapear and tampering with evidence. Good move…but not so intelligent.

    – Mamak can and Malaysia Boleh

  9. wits0 says:

    “Shariibuu is satisfied with the reasons for delay”

    Banana will not ever cease to insult your intelligence by such pronouncements. With such ridiculous headlines, should one care to read further? I don’t think so!

  10. coconut flower says:

    As long as Paul Toddy Augustine is still a Federal Judge, we can expect toddy decision and outcome from the verdict.

    So Shariibuu is here or not it’s irrelevant, even with new concrete evidence.

  11. kittykat46 says:

    There will be no justice for Altantuya. Not while the BN axis is in power.

    The man soon to be the most powerful man in Malaysia (or rather the proxy of the most powerful man in Malaysia) will make sure of that.

  12. The AG office is just using delaying tactics to cause inconvenience and financial hardships on Altantuya’s dad and such delays will cause the public to lose interest.

  13. frankie says:

    The trick of the trial is to delay and prolong the trial until no one gives a damn on the outcome and then declare mistrial. Then everyone involves will be made to repeat this trial until everyone starts to puke on hearing the name altantuya and wish everything will just go away.

    This is how the Malaysian justice system works and it certainly is not a new system nor will it be the last. I just hope the guilty parties directly and indirectly in the murder of altantuya and the trial will suffer for the rest of their lives.

  14. Gerakan says:

    I remember in in late 90s during Anwar trial, there was no delay. While there are many things I did not agree to, the speed of trail was amazing so much so that I wish all trials are like that. Nowadays, we see that Najis is so obedient. Someone is holding his balls and need to use the trial for political survival. No money for guessing right why there’s so many postpone, potspone, postpone. What I am angry is why kill people over family and money matters. Didn’t Quran say the culprits will be burned in hell.

  15. Anne says:

    God Is Great! God Is Powerful Forever

    God will punish the perpetrators and their families and all their generations and the judges involved directly and indirectly. In God s hand you cant escape! May All of you Rot in Hell Forever!

    Be strong Mr Sharribuu

    Altantuya is in heaven. Safe from this monsters in Malaysia.

  16. freewave says:

    Until the Malaysian Judiciary is made independent of the malaysian government, there will be no justice for the victims (ourselves inclusive). It was mahathir’s fault, abdullah must undo what his predecessor has done but obviously he is not going to undo it. Perhaps, they all are entangled with one another’s mess.

  17. Ahmad Navi Abdullah says:

    Once again the Malaysian taxpayers may have to fork out for the medical treatment of a Mongolian child; while our own kids suffer for lack of such care. How often do the masses pay for the sins of a few.

  18. caranvanserai says:

    She was gone
    Oh yeah she was gone!
    Blown to pieces in C4
    No record of her entry
    The country BN leaders
    Let the trial goes on and on

    The people watching
    Shaking heads why so slow?
    105 days down the road
    They still don’t know
    Who behind the throne?

    Atlantuya’s pieces of soul
    Buried in the soil waiting for atonement
    She cries when she left her world
    Too soon in pieces of C4

    The trial dragging on
    Putting strain on all involved
    Like a race to the finish line
    Then puffing out of breath
    The distance seems never end

    Atlantuya sits in her world
    Seeking justice for her soul
    The injustices keep dragging on
    She cries rainfall flooding the soil

    The truth is
    The alleged leaders never wanted to tell
    Let the court decides drag on the trial
    Well……Atlantuya can wait
    She has all the time in her hands
    Have the alleged leaders got the time?

  19. CJFOO says:

    Malaysia is a real joke to the whole world. Scandal after scandal. When will it end? What is becoming of our judiciary system this day? Rot to the core I may say! How could those involve sleep with a clear conscience?

    For heaven sake, we are talking about a human life here!

    If Altantuya was only asking for your commission on the submarine sales, just pay her off . Why need to blow her off with C4? Lets say you pay her RM10 million for your part, you still have RM490 million !

    My god, RM490 million !

    To those currently being charged, these are your retribution. This is ill gottened money! Can anyone spend this ill gottened money with a clear conscience. The money is stained with Altantuya blood for heaven sake!

  20. Harrison says:

    I really love and desperately awaits to hear this when Setev “had FRESH EVIDENCE”.

  21. first of all, the murder is carried out by some “black sheep” of malaysian security force, with his own “personal” agenda and intention, not the force. and it is not yet concluded that the explosive was C4 (probably some home made nitrate bomb). and even it is C4, it is not malaysian defense or security force but some black sheep again (or lapse). so cannot blame malaysian government for this. if malaysia gov to help, it is her good faith and not duty or responsibility. if sharibuu to sue, it should be the accused instead, don link with malaysia gov for this!

  22. Margeemar says:

    One of the irony’s of the just concluded General Elections is that we are now seeing the true face of the BN and it’s leaders. What we are seeing and hearing about the BN leaders really makes my flesh crawl.

    For 50 years we have been led by racists, hypocrites, backstabbers, prima donnas, cheats, crooks and to add to the litany, sore losers! If Malaysia wants to take her place in the international stage, we have to ditch these clowns from the BN.

    In today’s globalized world, we need to look at our strengths and opportunities to counter the weaknesses that we have in us as a nation to counter the threats that are out there. To do this, race, religion, gender and political affiliation’s has no place at all.

    Unfortunately, as we have been witnessing since the political tsunami that swept the nation on March 8, the BN regime is sadly on the wrong track. Just look at the hue and cry coming from the BN about Lee Kah Choon’s acceptance of his appointment to the PDC and InvestPenang. CM YAB Lim Guan Eng must be applauded for moving away from the norm by appointing a member of the opposition for such and important position. This will never and has never happened when it comes to the BN.

    For the BN race, religion and political patronage are all that is needed to assume positions of responsibility. See what this practice has brought us after 50 years. Meritocracy is the way forward for this nation. Unfortunately, this won’t happen as long as the BN clings to power. Even today, we hear the cries of Ketuanan Melayu (Malay Supremacy) and Negara Islam (Islamic State) getting even louder.

    We have 27 million Malaysians to choose from for the tasks that lies ahead. May we choose the right man or woman for the tasks and forget about race, religion, gender and political affiliation’s. HIDUP KETUANAN MALAYSIA! (LONG LIVE THE MALAYSIAN PEOPLE’S SUPREMACY!)

  23. ah long says:

    anonymous dud…..I would agree with you IF the Malaysian government did not attempt to influence the result of the tril by changing to a trial judge that is know to favour the Government and seen to be deliberately delaying the processings.

    The trial looks like a coverup, sounds like a coverup and even smells like a coverup.

    So given the circumstances it goes beyond the individuals and thus reflects on the country as a whole.

  24. yapchongyee says:

    Postponements in Malaysian Courts are as natural as breathing. My wife’s petition, which most of you must have known because I had posted all over the internet, was postponed for 4 years on the matter of an application for security for costs. In Singapore or any other court in the whole of the British Empire, the matter of costs would be resolved in just 5 minutes, I know because i was a lawyer graduated from Uni Singapore, NOT FROM UNI OF MALAYA.

    This Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali did not have a clue what the law is all about and she sits on the bench of the Malaysian Court of Appeal. MALAYSIA IS LAWLESS.

  25. sikembangcina says:

    Dr Shaaribu,

    Don’t waste your precious time and money here. Go International! Let the whole world knows who Mahathir, Abdullah, Ghani Patail, Najib Tun Razak and their thieves!! We Malaysian have enough of these Demons and Devils and can’t wait to get rid of them! This Malaysia is their playground, hence they can do anything to save their own neck. So, please, I beg you, take this matter to International Court and then they can’t run away from true and fair trial when the whole world is watching them.

    Also, if you want me, a Malaysian, to sign your petition, I don’t mind at all. Anytime so long as Justice is done!

  26. bexe says:

    someone please help this poor Mongolian family file a civil suit against the perpetrators. I am sure Malaysians will donate for the fees. I for sure will contribute to see justice done.

    From there we will surely see the real evidence appear

    We are pariahs if we allow this to go on as it is.

  27. frankcisco says:

    trying all their might to sweep this under the carpet but on the other hand that lying pm & his racist deputy talking about judicial commission & aca independent… what a joke!

  28. induiban says:

    Tabi Dr. Sharibuu,

    I would like to join hand with the others Malaysian who is tired to hear this nonsense and corrupt trial that has robbed your the honour of your beloved daughter .

    The jurisdiction in Malaysia will never prosecute the Demons ( Najib & cronies ) simply because he is the LAW. But the International court can and will.

    Please go to the International court in the name of true Justice to human Kind.

    My pray will lead your way.

  29. ANg Kong says:


    we all know too well what the outcome will be……

  30. souffi says:

    I understand the outcry yet to seek justice at international level is an utmost injustice to all malaysians even it is made on legitimate terms.

  31. aces says:

    Whatever it is, a young woman was gruesomely blown up. As a result, 2 young child were deprived of a mother. Someone must have done it and maybe with instructions from someone higher up. Just hope that Mr. Shariibuu will give the evidence and keep copies of it….just in case.
    Maybe our new de facto Law Minister should personally take up this case to show his ‘reforms’ in the Judiciary?

  32. Dr. Rosli says:

    Why “they” blew her body to pieces? To ensure that there is not even an iota of evidence left. Why? Certainly, there were “big persons” involved in the murder. These “big persons” must be protected at all cost. If you expect justice from the Malaysian court, you are sadly mistaken.

  33. Jail C4 Goon says:

    So? Still want to let the C4-Najib-Mongolia to be the next PM?? People, better think twice or else this goon will start using C4 on all leader be it bn or pakatan if anyone cross him in the future. This goon should be in jal for his shameless crime committed or involved in it. What happen with the keris stucked into his backside hishamgoon?? Still trying to play psychology as the old Tun Mahathir did few days ago? It’s a shame our country are run by this kind of goons!!!

  34. jtduitirt says:

    To anonymous dud
    April 23, 2008 at 10:57 am:
    the murder is carried out by some “black sheep” of malaysian security force, with his own “personal” agenda and intention…so cannot blame malaysian government for this.

    Hey dud, whatever had Altantuya ever done to the 2 special polcemen that they had to blow her to bits? Surely she didn’t rape both of them!!

  35. Mer Pints says:

    There is a saying in court, justice delayed is justice denied.

  36. Noor Aza Othman says:

    Why is it that Altantuya might have been raped brutally? She was blown up naked for goodness sake! I believe she was murdered in the most evil fashion was also to eliminate such heinous evidence of the possible rape by these two monsters policemen/Special Branch officers! AS a Malay, I’m sick to the core of my heart that such evil Malays including that UMNO politically-connected bastard VIP and the policemen could think they could get away with this! And yet they claimed “GOD will free us!” Is that what Islamic-Malay civilisation has come too in this sorry nation-state! Hence, PAS instead of harping senselessly and irrationally on wanting an Islamic nation-state; why don’t they harp on bringing true civilisation to these kind of Muslim evil monsters instead! Look at the mirror and consider rationally, why as long as the Islamic civilisation produce these kind of monsters ESPECIALLY MACHO-SADISTIC MALE BASTARDS; and then justify it under Islam; don’t blame others who then would have no respect for Islam and its followers!


  37. wits0 says:

    Nobody expects justice to be done in this case. The verdict will only be confirmation of this. And it’s not simply a matter of being “negative”.

  38. ktemoc says:

    wrote this last year – maybe time to air it again

    I am the Golden Beam*, from
    The land of steppes, come to
    The South Seas to Malaysia
    called the Mountains of Asia

    ‘Twas no Shambula as promised
    But of evil Gehanna, sent there
    By C-4, 1.34 times more powerful
    Than C6H2(NO2)3CH3, or TNT

    In that shattering blast, in a tick
    Golden Beam* I was no more
    But thousands shattered shards
    Of tears, blood, and deep regrets

    Never to see my children again
    Where I am I have met Erlig Qan
    But I am not yet ready to submit
    To his reign until I taste justice

    Oh, if only I can quench my thirst
    To drink sweet requital, my due
    Against unimaginable evil cruelty
    Just a wee sip from across the Styx

    Will the Heavens sense my sorrow
    My wail of uncompromising pain
    At the loss of not just my young life
    But treasured sight of loved ones

    O, Sulde Tngri, Dayicin Tngri and
    Gesar Khan, I offer thee, Holy Triad
    Votive arca or juniper branches &
    Berries, & kuji the sweetest incense

    I pray, let they who judge be brave
    Resolute and just, and not render
    My tormented soul to wander in
    Perpetual odyssey, sans retribution

    I yearn to return home soon to rest
    Among the elm-trees and willows
    To hear the larks trill their sweet
    Songs over the endless steppes

    Please, let me gaze once more at the
    White snow cap of Nayramadlin Orgil
    Then I’ll know I’m home once again
    To close my tired eyes as Golden Beam*

    * Altantuyaa = Golden Beam

  39. Ong Ting Ting says:

    How Come like that ?

  40. Harrison says:

    The only person who can beat caranvanserai to a poet is probably Ktemoc. Hahaha. Nice quote.

  41. JoeCheah says:

    Malaysian Court – Justice My Foot

    In 1992 or 1993 I was cought in a bad traffic jam in a small road in K.L. town. After having waited for about 15 minutes without moving an inch, I have had enough and decided to get the hell out of there. As there were no on-coming traffic during the entire period I was in that jam, I decided to drive up about 20 meters in the on-coming lane to get into a bungolow plot to make a U- turn from there.

    Loh and behold, a traffic policeman was in the compound of that bungolow busy issuing tickets to traffic offenders like me. Despite having explained to the officer that I had no intention to queue jump the traffic but to get out of the jam, I was still being issued a ticket.

    I chose not to pay the compound fine but to appear in court instead to appeal my case. Alas, it was a bad decission. Why? I tell you why.

    As stated in my traffic summon, I dutyfully appeared in court at 9.00 am on the date of my case. The small court room were cramped with more than 60 other offenders and the air conditions looks to be from the pre war era. When my case was mentioned at about 11.30 am I pleaded not guilty and a trial date was set 6 months down the road.

    I dutyfully appeared in the same court house 6 months later to sit through the discomfort of the court room packed with people like sardines with the same pre war air conditions only to have the procecution officer applied for a postponement because the traffic policeman could not attend court as he was working night shift. A new trial date was set 6 months down the road.

    In the second trial date the procecution officer again applied for another postponement. This time the reason was that the traffic policeman was on leave.

    Fed up with my wasted time and the number days deducted from my annual leaves, I decided to change my plea to guilty and paid a RM100.00 fine.

  42. wits0 says:

    When there is no justice in small things, there can be none in big ones too. After a while the many small ones become of no concern to those not affected by them. The MSM will entirely obfuscate their existence from the public consciousness. The grossness of entrapping traffic/parking offenders for expediently filling the official coiffure becomes an accepted practice. That’s caring M’sia for you! One for which the NS youths are expected to die for.

  43. Feroz Merican says:

    Nobody expects justice to be done in this case. The verdict will only be confirmation of this. And it’s not simply a matter of being “negative”.

    Correct Witso.
    One wonders how truthful and independent foreign Media Organizations like the BBC, AFP(Agence France Presse), AP, and the Bangkok, Jakarta and Singaporean Press are in this modern age when a big story that everybody knows about is not carried at all by the outlets. They know all about it but pretend it doesn’t exist. I suppose the Ambassadors of the UK, US, Singapore, Thailand and Jakarta don’t want to upset the next PM of Malaysia for fear of missing out on contracts and business opportunities like Iskandariah in Johor. Bad news only applies to enemies , not allies.

  44. msleepyhead says:

    anonymous dud Says @ April 23, 2008 at 10:57 am,

    you are right it is not the m’sian government and they shouldn’t be linked. but it is the m’sian politicians or single politician who is to be blamed. even if razak baginda is made to be the scapegoat and takes to the gallows, at least justice is served in the eyes of the world.

    so we should clearly separate the government from politicians.

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  46. ah Long says:

    Noor Aza Othman….only if all muslims in the world are like you……then it truely the world will be a most wonderful place and Islam will become the greatest religion ever.

  47. wits0 says:

    oops…malapropism, meant “coffer”, not coiffure.

  48. theowl says:

    The world is watching, no doubt, but who cares. There is no money made, no oil, no Tibet for the western nations, the so-called protectors of human rights, to get involved. Going international may have little impact. See what happened in the Middle East.

    C4 was used and who could have it do it? Immigration record was tampered with, who had such authority? When some one’s name was mentioned, why should the judge jumped up and stopped further mentioned?

    Did the incoming most powerful guy did it? Do not forget, he has a boss behind and that person could be in charge of all the operations.

  49. F London for justice says:

    Just want to enquire. The case took so long because they are also trying to evade justice. The main purpose is to free Razak. Just imagine murder commited by those in position are acquitted. If your own wife or daughter is murdered in this manner, how would you feel

  50. FRB says:

    How are you so sure? The main purpose is to free Razak? Nonsense.

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