Well, to distract all of you from the Silver (Perak) crisis, let me remind you that the PI Bala who claimed PM in Waiting, Najib Tun Razak had ‘dealings’ with murdered Mongolian Altantuya is still missing.
In fact he is contactable as he is/was in Kolkata but for the past 6 months, no one has heard from him.
Where is he now? Why is he missing again? Or has he finally changed his identity and started a new life?
The other person who went missing is Burma, the star witnessed in the Altantuya during its earliest stage. From a reliable source, I heard she fled Hong Kong because of fear.
She was the one who said she saw a photo of Najib (Tun Razak) with Altantuya and Abdul Razak.
She thought the two men were brothers because of the name ‘Razak’.
She was the one who claimed immigration records of Altantuya and her two friends were deleted. Remember?
The last I heard she was fine, somewhere away from Hong Kong. But I do not know for how long she is going to be fine.
The 3rd person missing is Najib’s aide Musa Safri – who started the ball rolling by asking the policeman to solve Abdul Razak’s ‘female problems’.
He is of course, only missing from the courts. His name is mentioned numerously, by all 3 accused, and he is still missing from the docks.
Why or why?
At the beginning of the trial, I had alreadhy heard whispers of things to come in the now very much predictable Altantuya murder case.
I was told (by reliable sources of course) that Abdul Razak Baginda would be set free. That the second accused, policeman Azilah Hadri would escape the gallows and that Sirul Azhar, the ‘not so smart’ guy, would be the fall guy,the black sheep, the scapegoat, whatever.
It has all come to pass. Raja Petra Kamaruddin is right when he said 99% of rumours is true.
If everyone of the accused did not kill Altantuya, then who did?
I am even beginning to wonder if she is still alive. Or has she indeed pulled the trigger on herself and at the same time, ignited the bomb that blew her out of this world.