After all the sensationalism caused by the story on Altantuya Shariibuu in the French Liberation, one must now ask several questions.
It is not fair to OUR most beloved future Prime Minister and his lady that these questions hang ‘like a sword’ over their pretty heads.
How can we progress as a nation when the word ‘murder’, C4, Mongolia, continue to ring in our ears?
Let the court decide? The court will decide only the punishment or the acquittal of the person(s) involved. It can never answer our questions.
It can never answer our questions because it has failed to call pertinent persons to the stand.
Therefore, we shall continue to ask:
(1) What happens to the testimonies by the three accused in Court now that the caution statement by Sirul Azhar Omar has been released? If it is authentic, why was it not brought up in court? Who benefits the MOST from its non-disclosure? What happens to Azilah Hadri’s testimony now?
(2) Should the “First Lady in Waiting” allow such allegations to made against her? That Altantuya’s commission of RM500K was blocked by Rosmah Mansor, the ‘jealous and feared’ businesswoman and wife of Najib? Can the French Liberation make such an accusation without evidence?
(3) The Defense Ministry must speak up! Allegations continue to be made against this ministry, that the explosives used to blow up the Mongolian woman can only come from its offices. So, who ordered them?
(4) This allegation also continue to surface, time and again. That Altantuya’s entry into Malaysia was erased from the immigration records. Who then was blown up in the eerie confines of Puncak Alam? Is Altantuya Shariibuu still alive?
(5) Why has this person not been called to the docks? The Liberation said that “The taxi driver hired by Altantuya for the day did not appreciate that his passenger was kidnapped under his eyes without payment for the fare…”
What information does he hold? Or has he gone missing like the PI Balasubramaniam who alleges that Altantuya was also Najib’s mistress?
(6) The Liberation accuses Najib of trying to cover the case with text messages sent: “I will see the Inspector General of Police at 11 am today… The problem will be solved. Be cool”.
In this matter alone, should not Najib and the IGP be called for questioning?
(7) “The Malaysian government is not even answering to the letters from the Mongolian Foreign Affairs Ministry,” (Stev Shariibuu). What is the Malaysian government trying to hide by not responding to these letters? Or is it merely being rude?
(8) Can Shariibuu now turn his sights onto the French company responsible for giving out the Commissions – without which, it seems now, the entire Altantuya episode will not happen?
The case has now gone international. And if the right momentum picks up and the jigsaw puzzles fall into place, I don’t see where and how the murderers of Altantuya can hide.