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?

26 responses »

  1. kcee says:

    Maybe, just maybe he is working for the DPM!!!

  2. hutchrun says:

    Honorary consul of the Mongolian embassy in Malaysia Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi said Altantuya’s father will be coming to Malaysia with a grandson for DNA testing to ascertain the identity of the father…..

    “I am baffled by media reports that Altantuya extorted RM1.85 million from the political analyst because Altantuya’s family is well off as her father is a successful contractor in Ulan Bator, Mongolia,” he added.

    But Mr. Shaaribu is a professor.

  3. bamboo river says:

    Susan, have you met hm personnally? I heard much about him in the MSM, yet I am not sure if he is ‘assisting’ Dr Shariibuu or representing the gomen.
    A very good question that need to be answered.

  4. hutchrun says:

    Tonny, who is the 75th prosecution witness, was also asked on the presence of media personnel at the scene.

    He replied that he did not know how the media came know of information about the case and he also did not know whether it was the police who gave them the information.

  5. Scorpion says:

    Maybe commission was not given, that’s why she came here, but unfortunately she was blown up instead of paid off!

  6. Robert Teh says:

    I hope Raja Petra reads your latest posting, Susan. I’m very sure he can enlighten us on this mystery man and the mystery behind him.

    Come on! Pete, we are dying to hear from you.

  7. Syed Imran says:

    Honorary Consul do not enjoy diplomatic immunity. Thus he is not a diplomat. There are several honorary consuls in Malaysia appointed by the various governments in places such as Penang, Sabah and Sarawak. Most if not all honorary consuls are local businessmen but without official credentials.

  8. Khairy Kemulutin says:

    If this guy works for Pak Lah, then Najib better watch out!

    If this guy works for Pak Lah, Sarribut better watch out!

    If this guy works for Najib, we better pray that Alantatuya’s soul is rested.

    If this guy works for Interpol, then the Raayat must rejoice?

    If this guy works for GOD, then we all shall find Peace on Earth.

  9. caravanserai says:

    The cold turkey buzzard
    Flying high in the sky
    Eyes of wild wings of prey
    Looking for it
    Smells the dead

    On the empty desert
    Cactus stand erect
    Commanding view
    On a desolate sand

    The guide creeps
    Shoveling sand silence weep
    The troopers wait
    Sweating it out under the hot canopy tent

    The cold turkey buzzard
    Flying down cracking noises
    Smelling another prey
    Who will it be?
    In the quiet desert……..
    Only the whisper of the wind

    The guide reflects
    In the city flash bulbs and publicity
    He feels proud of it
    He gets his news

    The troops wait
    The guide crawls nearer
    The glimpse of shadows
    A log of wood or what it is?

    He looks up
    The cold turkey buzzard
    Waiting for the kill
    In the desolate desert
    It is judgment day

    Will the truth be known?
    When explosion hear in the sandy desert
    The cold turkey buzzard
    Flying high smelling of death
    Of greed and power
    Game the corrupted officials play

  10. su says:

    Everything is confusing to me…

  11. kittykat46 says:

    “Who is this man working for?”

    Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi is a “A businessman with many international connections”. I think he has links to UMNO, but is not an active politician.

    In the convoluted world of the Malaysian “establishment”, you can never be sure who is really working for whom….Someone once told me “All roads lead back to UMNO”

  12. sloone says:

    Yes, guys.
    I’ve met the guy. very dubious to me.
    My comment that he watches Shariibuu like a hawk is a personal experience with the guy and the Mongolians.
    Very slick too.
    Always there at the right time to talk to the press.
    Must be dangerous as well.

  13. […] Who is the real Mongolian consul for Malaysia?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). … […]

  14. Harrison says:

    “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.”-Susan

    The above facts I am aware of. My perspective is that he’s (of course) other than being the Malaysian consul to Mongolia working for the government, I am in the suspect he is under the instructions of high officials form the Malaysian Government to connive Mr. Setev to “forget” the outcome of the trial for some monetary exchanges (of course, he has an indirect way of conveying that message).

  15. hutchrun says:

    “Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look.
    He thinks too much. Such men are dangerous…
    He reads much.
    He is a great observer, and he looks
    Quite through the deeds of men…
    Seldom he smiles, and smiles in such a sort
    As if he mocked himself and scorned his spirit
    That could be moved to smile at anything.
    Such men as he be never at heart’s ease
    While they behold a greater than themselves,
    And therefore are they very dangerous.”

    -Caesar, Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’

  16. cherasusie says:

    from day one i had doubt…….. he looks more like a double agent…no, no, look more like that correct-lingam, kaki cari makan.


  17. Pegasus says:

    The PM office should confirm his status, there are so many Menteri dalam Kementarian who should be able to answer this. BTW, I think this guy might be working for his own interest ,waiting for the jackpot and patiently waiting for the big kill.

  18. pohlse says:

    I guess a joke about ‘Tartar’ control toothpaste would be out of line wouldn’t it? How about saying that his judgment is ‘lax mongolica?’

  19. Brothers-In-Arms says:

    Gombak MP Azmin Ali alleged that Malaysian High Commissions and embassies abroad had to incur “unofficial” expenses while taking care of wives of VIPs. For example, he said that the mission in London have to pay taxes, transport and excess baggage charges incurred by Rosmah when she accompanied Najib on a trip last year.

    “It is among the highest cost incurred by the mission there. I won’t say this if there is no proof. We have got the initial report from the Malaysian High Commission there,” he said.
    [ ]
    “The High Commission had stated that it had not made a single payment, which was not relevant, on behalf of the deputy Prime Minister’s wife. What he is saying is not true,” said Rais.

    Azmin did not let up and wondered how the Malaysian High Commission could have replied to his query in the House so quickly.

    “It is still morning in London. How could our High Commissioner in the United Kingdom complete the investigation in such a short time,” he said.

  20. gopangkor says:

    Hello Susan and readers, I found this link it has the Consul’s fax number and the name of his secretary as well.

  21. wits0 says:

    I think Susan has found the cause/source of Setev’s alleged past contradictory statements in the MSM and Banana.

  22. hutchrun says:

    Hazman, however, objected to the admissibility of the document and is seeking to delete the two statements and Razak’s cautioned statement which was attached to the affidavit (if the court decides to allow them).
    The two statements were:

    – Azilah boasted he had caused the death of six to 10 people and that he could settle Razak’s problem. Razak then ticked Azilah off and told him that he did not want anything untoward happen to the deceased. Razak said he thought Azilah, as a police officer, understood what he meant and believed he would not do anything against the law.

    – Azilah told Razak that he was at his (Razak’s) house and told him ‘Sir, you can sleep soundly tonight’. Razak then told Azilah at least three times not to harm the deceased.

  23. dgeneral says:

    1) Datuk Syed Rahman is an UMNO member from Melaka.

    2) During Mahathirs time as PM…he did rented few buses from Melaka to Putra Jaya with few hundreds peoples on it to pressured Mahathir to make him an MP during the GE.

    3) Mahathir knew very much of Datuk S.Rahman incapable as MP coz he plays with monies.

    4) This guy S.Rahman is dirty fella. If Najib did offer him projects…than for sure S.Rahman would cover-up the case.

    5) No DNA test was done on Altantuya’s son.

    6) Officers in the National Security Dept do know that the sons belong to Altantuya and DSMN

    7) God will make His decision soon regarding DSMN positions. And I hope he will NEVER be Malaysia next PM

    Justice for Altantuya !

  24. anonynomous says:

    I know this guy for more than 15 years.

  25. The Incredible Hulk says:

    Yeh HULK also know him anoynomous,wait until HULK bang your ass into two !!

  26. Look Who's Talking ? says:

    Is this one anonynomous dud ?????

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