Image from New Straits Time.
Who is the Mongolian consul for Malaysia, the man on the left of the photo above?
Gan Tack Guan And Abdul Razak Baginda are not the only ones suspicious about Mongolia’s Honorary Counsul for Malaysia (Bernama).
Gan is Peace Hill’s Malaysian Interpol Assistant Director (what a mouthful of words for a position) and the consul Syed Abdul Rahmah Al- Habshi is a glamour seeker in the Altantuya Shariibuu trial.
He often speaks for Altantuya’s dad, Stev Shariibuu, arranges his stay when the former comes for the trial, and watches over him like a hawk. Except for the last time, when Shariibuu managed to escape his watchful eyes and met with Opposition and supporters (outside the police force) like Raja Petra Kamaruddin.
Yes, what is this man’s status in Mongolia as well as Malaysia? Bernama did not state why the lawyer for Abdul Razak Baginda questioned Gan about this man’s background?
It is not clear whether he has an office in Kuala Lumpur, or Mongolia, or in Bangkok?
Gan had gone to Mongolia to conduct a DNA test on Altantuya’s youngest son, and later newspapers reveal that her son was not Abdul Razak Baginda’s. The report quoted ‘police sources’. Does Gan know about this?
I was highly suspicious about the report as his team did not conduct any test on the small boy.
The forensic experts from Malaysia visited my home in Ulaanbataar on 14 March 2007, they saw my grandson but did not take his blood samples. Instead they took blood samples from my wife (Shariibuu)
This was not the only confusion. Abdul Rahman told the press that Shariibuu had been informed of the forensic team visiting him in Mongolia but Shariibuu denied being told when and was not given much details of his visitors. Read more here.
Also, earlier Abdul Rahman was very eager to break the news of the forensic team’s visit to Ulanbataar, when Shariibuu was told to keep the matter under wraps. A mere case of publicity craze or….?
The counsul also often puts words in Shariibuu’s mouth, for example, telling the press that the latter was satisfied with the trial, when in fact the man was fuming that the trial was postponed yet again.
He gave Altantuya’s photos to Asia Sentinel. The series of photos show Altantuya posing in various places in Paris. What does he want these photos to show? That she was there – in the city where the signing of a certain deal took place?
Who is this man working for?
I am not sure but I would be glad to know what is the consul’s role in the Altantuya trials?