Hoi! Why doesn’t the police probe the three individuals mentioned in the police report?

How many times do they want to investigate Raja Petra Kamaruddin?

Says the STAR:

Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail said the allegations were “highly defamatory” and if found untrue, those making the allegations would have to face the consequences.

“We want to investigate because we want the truth. As far as I am concerned, we have to look at it seriously.”

“If it’s true, we will act accordingly. If not, the writer will be investigated,” he said, adding that the report was lodged in Putrajaya on Saturday.

The paper says that RPK will be called up tomorrow.

63 responses »

  1. Anna says:

    To be fair, the article also noted “Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said the three individuals named in the document filed on June 18 would also be called up.”
    Not that they will be of course….

  2. tamade says:

    The people involved in the murder case as mentioned in the Statutory Declaration should be hauled up first, and don’t forget the Bolehland’s 800 Million Dollar Man. He should be charged together with his wife.

  3. Muda says:

    Que sera sera … Whatever will be , will be .

  4. Harrison says:

    In this Land of The Boleh, if one is not connected to the people who walks in the corridors of powers, they are the one who will be scapegoated, not the real vilian.

    Call the United Nations officials to replace Malaysia’s BN Government and conduct independent investigations, only then if Raja Petra allegations of Rosmah Mansor’s involvement and others if proven falsehoods, I think even most of his supporters will accept the verdict with honour.

    But this is Boleh Land remember?

  5. raymond says:

    We should pray for RPK for his bravery.
    Salute RPK.
    Damned you…..Najis & Co

  6. Johnny Cheah says:

    What does the IGP meant when he said that if it is true, then he will act accordingly. Does he meant that he got the authority to charge those VVVIP as named in RPK’s SD. Wah! finally that guy is really showing that he is a true blue policeman

  7. Philip Lau says:

    Since both the AG and the Police had filed reports against RPK, the Police will have to interview and collect his statement first. Then with this, the Police will have to study the statement. To be fair, the three mentioned in RPK’s SD of the 18th June 2998, the Police will then decide whether to call up the three.

    2. As I said earlier in Susan’s C4 article few days ago, I do NOT see any wrong, what RPK should tell the Police or even the AG that he is prepared to go for a LIE DETECTOR TEST to be done by Professional people of Integrity, not those with conflict with interest.

    3. What I fear, RPK may be beaten by the Senior Police of High Rank as they did it to them in 2001. Yet in spite of his Police Report, the Police/AG did nothing. Look, the former Police Chief himself nearly killed Anwar Ibrahim whewn he was in the prison lockup.

    4. Let us all pray for him and his family.

  8. JeyS says:

    So whats new?He is just trying to make sure he is covered properly. We know the truth yes…. and they just want to hide it..and we know why.

    God bless and take care of RPK…cheers!

  9. stcin says:

    LONG LIVE YMRPK, TERIMA KASIH !!

  10. daniel says:

    pls re-read statements by both ag & igp as reported in the STAR. every word. together they spell “l…a…p..d…o…g…s…”. what do they mean by “…if…(this…)…if…(that)…”. pld dont mention the obvious. there’s no need to make any statement other than to acknowledge the initiation of investigations. and what’s they deal with ag department lodging a police report??

    what’s the big deal? all these fuss cos the dpm’s wife is implicated? officially, she has no govt title. she’s just like ordinary mak minah. why all the fuss? even if a vip is involved, before the law, everyone is equal. so why act like as if your own father is being implicated? where’s the professionalism?

    it’s amazing, really. just this one press article. both the ag & igo coming across together clearly to erase any (if any indeed) lingeing doubts in us about their status as salivating ang panting lapdogs of their political masters.

    just the thought of their faces bring nausea to my stomach. both of them, no shame. how do they face their own children? how do both of them look their children in the eyes; and call themselves fathers?? is this the kind of example they are setting to their own children? or do their children surf the net? do they read blogs? how do they feel about their own fathers?? the sentiments are quite universal – at least in net-land.

    our country is doomed. children our malaysian igp & ag, please ask your daddies to ‘bertaubat’ and make amends before they are called back to face their Maker. some of us, too, may forgive them.

  11. Harrison says:

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/6/23/nation/20080623200509&sec=nation

    Instead of really initiate investigations on the infamous six implicated in the Linggamgate scandal who walks-off gleefully as of today, they go after Raja Petra. And by records, Raja Petra, is not in the good books with the police, esp. the present IGP, Musa Hassan when RPK implicated the IGP in many scandals.

    In Britain, they say, you get justice. Here, you are “eaten” by the system they called justice, some call TRUTH en route JUstice.

  12. chaiong says:

    See more news and pictures on Atantuya on this website ” http://www.gutteruncensored.com“. At lot of her beautiful pictures!

  13. Apapunboleh says:

    As usual, as the IGP and AG is on the payroll of the government, what do expect.

  14. amoker says:

    IGP, AG, Rashid , Ahmad Said (ACA) … all belong to the same ochestra. If Petronas pays RM50 milllion per year, wonder how much they are in for.

  15. Khairy Kemulutin says:

    Dear Amoker,

    What u talking?

    50 billion or million

  16. bye bye RPK – you take care …. your “fictitious” story has kept me rom boredom all these years ….

    miss your stories …..

  17. Dr Adrian says:

    Raja Petra like all Malaysians at home & abroad is concern about the TRUTH in the killing of Altantuya.
    The Police should interview Najib Tun Razak Deputy PM Malaysia & His wife .
    Is there one law for the Rich & Powerful & One law for the Ordinary Malaysians?
    Malaysia desperately need a New Government of Integrity & one that is Fair to all Races.

  18. anonymous dud2 says:

    Mr Sensationalism…bye bye RPK….many of your stories are full of holes and some are downright lies…we go far too long.
    You can con some of the people who are just out to read gossip bro..

  19. amoker says:

    Malaysian Philharmonic la … RM50 million a year for the musicians etc.

  20. billauchris says:

    I commented not so long ago that the Altantuya’s case has taken too long a time; thereby giving me the impression and conclusion that those concerned therewith are dragging their feet to tire out the public and those eager to see justice done.

    What is happening to once hotly debated “Whistle Blowing Act”? Here we have our loyal, civi and responsible citizen in the person of Raja Petra coming forward voluntarily with the information that may lead to the resolution of the case. Instead of focusing the attention and investigation on those three names mentioned int his statutory declaration, the authorities have been reported to be harassing him. What the hell is going on? No wonder the public does not want to come forward to volunteer any information with the fear behind their back that the law would go after them..

    Come on, this is 21st Century. We have passed the days of darkness and intimidation.
    I am most amzaed that until today, the authorities are treating the public like children – here I cannot disagree with what Yong T L said not so long ago.

    Police, come on you have to move your butts this time and show that you have the confidence of the public.

    RPK, we admire you and appreciate your moral courage and sense of jsutice. We pray that nothing with come upon you.

    You have your friends all over. We will be behind you always.

  21. BobbyNZ says:

    If RPK has lodged similar SD in OECD countries while a trial is ongoing, he would be charged in contempt of court and imprison. It would be sad if this happens to him now as I have contributed a lot of blogs to his website, my favourite.

  22. ah long says:

    RPK is an intelligent man. He knows the consequences if he cannot substainiate his SD. I am sure he must have something in his possession before he made such a damaging statement.

    Again the question needs to be ask, where the country’s secret service in this affair. They must have the whole arms deal under survelliance.

  23. BobbyNZ says:

    I am sad he totally lacks professionalism when his SD only contains what he was “reliably informed”. He has done so obviously with political agenda knowing Najib is PM designate. He desires that depraved immoral and corrupt traitor, Anwar, to be the next PM.

  24. Anonymous says:

    ‘Highly defamatory’? Then just sue RPK for defame.

  25. Good Grief!! says:

    Do you honestly think the AG, IGP, etc will want to solve this murder? There’s too much at stake. At best, the courts will dismiss the case declaring insufficient evidence to convict as their reason. And RPK could be further charged with making a false declaration with intent to defame. And …. the circus continues.

  26. Kessava says:

    BobbyNZ said, on June 24th, 2008 at 1:41 am

    If RPK has lodged similar SD in OECD countries while a trial is ongoing, he would be charged in contempt of court and imprison. It would be sad if this happens to him now as I have contributed a lot of blogs to his website, my favourite.
    _________________________________________________________________

    Nonsense and utter unadulterated rubbish. It would have sparked an outcry and calls for an investigation into the AG and IGP in addition to Badawi and Khairy.

    An outstanding example is the recent imprisonment of the District Attorney, Nifong, in the Duke Lacrosse case in the US.

  27. mahyuddin says:

    show some respect to the dude la, he’s brave enough to come forward and speak our knowing very well that he will be call up by the police and in the hit list of the next PM (excuse me while i go and ‘muntah’) if ever tat guy becomes one la

    to RPK, may God protect u

  28. […] Petra to be Questioned by Police – Yet Again Via Susan Loone – RPK to be hauled up tomorrow: From The Star 23 June […]

  29. gooeyglobs says:

    If Badawi’s government wants to earn the respect and support of the rakyat, then he has to have political fortitude to offer himself to be investigated first related to this case. The police must be neutral to ensure that Justice prevails otherwise the rakyat’s trust for the police to uphold law and order will further be eroded.

    Raja Petra is no fool. The rakyat are not fools so the government and all parliamentarians must not act like fools to keep silent, but to seek for the truth. Malaysia is ours to protect her dignity.

  30. ktteokt says:

    Why is it the Malaysian government always take action against the informer rather than the suspects? This was the case with Lim Guan Eng when he was MP for Kota Melaka and also Suqiu during the late nineties.

    I thought it is the duty of citizens to provide information of any crime to assist the police in their investigations but it looks like informers only invited trouble and are the subjects of investigation instead.

    If that is the case, then criminals will find it more convenient to commit crimes as they are only secondary subjects of investigation, informers become the primary subjects instead. This is no wonder why Malaysian avoid providing information to assist investigations.

  31. Jsss says:

    Investigation,investigation,investigation how many times investigation.What nonsence is this , really make me fade up. Anyway, we”ll see what action the AG going take against the murderer if the allegation is proven true.

    MAY GOD BLESS RPK.

  32. wits0 says:

    I should agree with Kesava on the OECD countries, Go to : http://tinyurl.com/2qbx4b and one sees that it’s motto is, “For a better world economy”.

    How do you enhance that without a justice system that’s above board and transparent? How many people are really convinced that the trial of Altantuya is like that? Then also why is the Gomen itself talking about ‘reform’ wrt the judiciary?

  33. kittykat46 says:

    The Altantuya trial ? Its just a staged drama to hoodwink the public.
    A poorly directed play at that. Definitely won’t win any Oscars.

  34. BobbyNZ says:

    Kessava,

    Boy, you sure need to improve your English man. You can have unadulerated milk but “unadulterated rubbish”? Woh woh, only that reflects the amount of rubbish you have consumed into your system

  35. Harrison says:

    ktteokt said, on June 24th, 2008 at 10:19 am

    “Why is it the Malaysian government always take action against the informer rather than the suspects?”
    ——————————
    This is the usual BN Government conducting business. Also why was SAPP’s Yong Teck Lee investigated for corruption precisely within the time bracket when the party he headed wanted to call for a motion of no-confidence-vote against AAB.

    This is BODOH LAND. All the Government agencies are BN agents.

  36. chew for justice says:

    the core of issue here is the quest for jusitce, if there is one, in this malaysia bolehland, for the brutal lmurder of a human bring as there is a significant doubt of cover-up of the highest level imaginable.
    And this is why comments based on personal agenda such as from Bobby NZ highly stink.

  37. Harrison says:

    “The Parliament today rejected an emergency motion submitted by Ipoh Timor MP Lim Kit Siang for a debate on blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin’s latest allegations over the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder.” source- Malaysiakini
    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/84944

    AAB really wants to protect Najib. If not, why investigations are not instituted against the
    implicated parties? But there may be a twist in this diabolical saga.

  38. allen ng says:

    RPK is commendable for his bravery in his statuatuory declaration.I pray for his safety and I wonder how if he would be sent behind bars first before investigations on the people stated in his declaration are carried out.

  39. truth says:

    while frustration continues tobuild up as the case is snail crawling, unfortunately, further noises just provide timely excuses for further investigations that lead to nowhere and further delays.

  40. pipitart says:

    We have to be vary wary that RPK might be just playing around with our heads with his statements and satutory declarations what not. What I feel weird is why only now he wants to expose such things. Why not during the heat of the moment when the case was up and running. Why now at THIS political state in Malaysia?

  41. habibi says:

    find out Jeff Ooi’s chinese name………..best to describe him……..

  42. Hantukeluarslowly says:

    “We have to be vary wary that RPK might be just playing around with our heads with his statements and satutory declarations what not. What I feel weird is why only now he wants to expose such things. Why not during the heat of the moment when the case was up and running. Why now at THIS political state in Malaysia?”- By PIPIT

    In an ongoing trail, fresh evidence is admissible considering the fact that the recipient had just be notified by an anonymous source which may assist in further investigations.

    And in the case if the verdict was passed, the legal counsels on the opposing sides will normally file a motion against the verdict if the evidence is deemed helpful to any parties. An inquest will concurrently be carried-out by the police to investigate, in this case the Statutory Declaration.

    But, remember this is the Boleh Land, and the power-plays still rules till today.

  43. Kesava says:

    BobbyNZ said, on June 24th, 2008 at 11:47 am

    Kessava,

    Boy, you sure need to improve your English man. You can have unadulerated milk but “unadulterated rubbish”? Woh woh, only that reflects the amount of rubbish you have consumed into your system
    ___________________________________________________________________

    So upset that is all you can comment. And even there you have to prove yourself an idiot.
    If rubbish is recycled then it`s `purified` rubbish as opposed to `unadulterated` rubbish.
    Better you go back to kindergarten and play with the kids if you got nothing useful to do. Maybe you`ll learn some english there.
    On the other hand you can go and make an SD that RPK told lies in his SD and show everyone that you are very brave. But you wouldn`t dare do that.

  44. Kapitan says:

    YM RPK
    We malaysians are so lucky to have a HERO fighting for justice . A true modern day “Hang Jebat”…..Boh-kia-si ( in Hockkien: not afraid to die fighting)
    We salute you.

  45. LoneRanger says:

    What in the hell are we facing now?
    Threats everywhere!
    The AG threatened RPK for bringing up fresh evidence in Altantuya case.
    Someone in the BN, threatened the two SAPP for bringing up the vote of no confidence against the PM.
    And the opposition cannot do a thing about it in the parliament.
    We are now under siege by a bunch of “mafia” liked gang, who are terrorising and plundering our country.
    Not only do they take things for granted but they are also planting dirty tricks among the opposition, in order to weaken them.
    Justice is dead in Malaysia and I appeal to the king and rulers to take over this country as caretaker goverment in order to stop more rakyat from suffering.
    The king is the head of this country and he should do so ‘cos it’s the rakyat whom he should protect.
    The king should know the situation very well ‘cos he should be the wisest one among us all.
    I urge someone to raise a petition and to collect every of their signatures from the rakyat to be handed to the king for action.
    Save us, your Majesty!
    Daulat Tuanku!!!

  46. Hantukeluarslowly says:

    Now teruk. Saya ada dengar TV3 punya berita dan Abdullah Ahmad Haji Badai berkata dia tidak ada menerima “intelligenge-report” dari perisikan tentera dan tuduhan Raja Petra Kamarudin adalah TIDAK BENAR. PM pula suruh AG menyiasat RPK.

    Selepas mendengar cerita tersubut, saya pun sangat sedih. Mengapa boleh jadi macam ini?
    Kasihan kan?

  47. Pegasus says:

    Only in Bolehland we have this kind of scenario,RPK is a courageous man to come out with the SD. The police instead of investigating the new found evidence will be out to harass RPK to suppress him and shut him up. I doubt the IGP or the AG will move their ass on this, as the public servant they are , their role is to safeguard the VVP no matter what even if the truth need to be hidden at whatever cost.
    The credibility of the government is long gone as everyone knows,these BN government not only rob the nation but plot the murders as well. Both RPK and Rosmah should be investigated for the evidence on hand as well as for the other 2 persons, but not by Malaysian Police but by another Independent country, get the FBI or Scotland Yard to step in. The PDRM under the IGP will find no evidence on Rosmah,and I won’t be shocked if they instead find RPK is the one who detonated the C4 at the crime scene!!!. Anything can happen,hopefully Altantuya’s murderers will be brought to court and justice is served. High hopes…and long road ahead for truth to prevail,hopefully it will soon ,as truth has a funny way at emerging at the right time. Good bye Najib…

  48. Malaysians in general knew about this a long time ago but were too scared to put in blogs, etc. except for our hero, RPK. Word only got passed around by word of mouth everywhere.

    Very brave of you, RPK! A million thanks to you, RPK! Good luck to you, RPK! And hope our government will this time around go for those responsible to show the world that Malaysia has changed and are now no longer protecting the VIPs.

    God bless!!!!

  49. stcin says:

    ” … aiyah ! … I PROMISE you all these about me are not true one.. please dun believe him lah… he is a lier…please dun…please … help… help… HELP… H-E-L-P !!”

  50. Kesava says:

    NST Online » Frontpage 2008/06/25
    Altantuya murder:
    PM: Raja Petra’s action unacceptable

    KUALA LUMPUR: The prime minister said yesterday he did not believe Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Najib’s wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor were in any way involved in the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.
    Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi also categorically dismissed the claim by blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin in a sworn statement that he had received a military intelligence report linking Rosmah to the crime.

    “He said in his statutory declaration that I had been handed a report about the murder by the military intelligence. That is not correct.

    “I did not receive anything. Nothing was sent to me.”

    Abdullah said he was concerned about Raja Petra’s allegations and had been informed by the attorney-general that an investigation would be carried out based on the statutory declaration.
    “What he did is unacceptable. What he said is wrong,” Abdullah said after chairing a meeting of the cabinet committee on palm oil at Parliament House.

  51. Kesava says:

    NST Frontage story:

    KUALA LUMPUR: The prime minister said yesterday he did not believe Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Najib’s wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor were in any way involved in the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

    He also said that RPK`s action was unacceptable.

  52. Ctizen Me says:

    Aa I said earlier the Mongolians who forced the Chinese to build the Great Wall of China are going to do the same to us- around the judiciary.

  53. Ctizen Me says:

    Aa I said earlier the Mongolians who forced the Chinese to build the Great Wall of China are going to do the same to us- around the judiciary.

  54. Hantukeluarslowly said, on June 24th, 2008 at 8:20 pm

    Now teruk. Saya ada dengar TV3 punya berita dan Abdullah Ahmad Haji Badai berkata dia tidak ada menerima “intelligenge-report” dari perisikan tentera dan tuduhan Raja Petra Kamarudin adalah TIDAK BENAR. PM pula suruh AG menyiasat RPK.

    Selepas mendengar cerita tersubut, saya pun sangat sedih. Mengapa boleh jadi macam ini?
    Kasihan kan?
    ————————————————————————————————————————————-

    Hantukeluarslowly, jangan lah sedih. You sedih buat I lagi sedih. You know what? PM is known as a Liar and everytime he said no, it actually means yes; e.g. getting married, election date, oil price etc, etc, remember?

    Always have faith, hope and perseverance. The truth will always prevail. Ok?

  55. Kesava says:

    Latest from Najib on RPK allegations: Deputy PM says Raja Petra Kamarudin’s claims are total lies. RPK has linked Najib and wife Rosmah Mansor to Mongolian model Altantuya’s murder. Says Rosmah has given statement to police.

  56. elle says:

    Well, this is Malaysia.

  57. Grill says:

    KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Razak has dismissed Raja Petra Kamarudin’s statutory declaration implicating his wife as having had a hand in the murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaaribuu as “total lies, fabrication and total garbage.”

    The Deputy Prime Minister said the allegations in the statutory declaration were a “desperate and pathetic attempt to discredit and taint my political image.”

    He said his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, had already given her statement to the police.

    The Prime Minister too would be making his recorded statement to the police.

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/9213/1/

  58. awangsenior says:

    takleh percaya that stupid mat salleh. Just to get media coverage in order to survive. Semua naik, so has to get addtional income.

  59. Charlie says:

    Yeah I think everyone should be assisting in the investigation. Now that Rosmah has, and the PM soon. like a prominent blogger said, a game of very high stake they are playing. and I think BECAUSE of that, all the more important is for the public to remain calm and not speculate unnecessarily and unfairly. Justice should not only be done but be SEEN to be done after all, right?

  60. Onekampung says:

    Honestly, I was full of doubt when reading RPK’s statutory declaration. He said someone told him so, or gave him the information. Who is the “someone”?

    RPK’s articles are interesting to read, full of insider’s information, but sometimes also need to read them with a pinch of salt.

    RPK is also a supporter of PKR too, right?

  61. Grill says:

    Why worry about RPK. His jail cell is already ready.

  62. To : Grill says:

    Grill,

    How much would you want to bet with me as Susan and all be the witness as I say this will be the fall of Najib Tun Razak.

    How about just a pint of beer to make my point?

  63. daniel says:

    dear all

    bn-orchestrted sodomy “case” against anwar is a diversion to the actual case we are all hammering them for – altantuya.

    anwar, rightfully, is now internationalizing his case and the momentum must be kept going until all worms are smoked out of their wormholes.

    dont let bn do a “mugabe” here in our beloved malaysia.

    keep on hammering for justice for altantuya – and a host of other “forgotten” issues. but for now, keep the momentum of the altantuya case strong and burning. never let the flame die. this is the single case which can bring down the corrupt bn.

    remember, always focus on the altantuya case. never let your attention be diverted.

    someone please, what are those suspicious points again? float them out again in the net. then all please distribute out to our friends worldwide.

    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.
    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.
    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.
    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.
    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.
    altantuya – it’s supposed to be an international issue. no to “mugabe” in malaysia.

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