Friday, November 17, 2006

Altantuya murder case - More updates

Razak Baginda charged with abetting duo

KUALA LUMPUR: Political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda has been charged at a magistrate’s court here with abetting in the murder of Mongolian beauty Altantuya Shaariibuu.

The 46-year-old Abdul Razak was accused of abetting C/Insp Azilah Hadri and Kpl Sirul Azhar Umar to commit the crime, which ended with the body of the 28-year-old Altantuya being blown to bits with explosives.

Abdul Razak is alleged to have committed the offence between 9.54am and 11.05am on Oct 18 at Level 10, Bangunan Getah Asli, 148, Jalan Ampang, here - the official address of the Malaysian Strategic Research Centre, of which he is the head.
More...The Star

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  1. So the DRAMA wan!

  2. Sadly, Malaysia's slogan "boleh" or "can" is now bearing a slightly different tune....not good at all for its image around the world..and it's not just this murder, but many others, and her policies.

  3. Drama has just ended - or maybe not. We shall see.

    Joe, yes, very sad for Malaysia, such incidents. Hope the world forgive and forget and move on.

  4. A public execution where the evildoers get all their limbs cut off and are left to bleed to death would be lovely.

  5. Mickell, that is so gruesome. eeeeewww...... I recall a video I saw about a rapist having his *ahem* hacked in public and the camera focussed on a lady who could have been the man's wife. That was awful, the hacking, I mean. Probably just punishment?!