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What’s happened to Putrajaya’s appeal, ask Mongolia and Altantuya’s dad


Altantuya’s father Setev Shaariibuu wants a speedy end to the case involving his daughter’s brutal murder as he has a RM100 million suit against Abdul Razak Baginda, and the government and the two others accused. 730 more words


7 YRS ON, Altantuya's bigwig killers stay elusive to the law but we all know who they are!

KP Chee

Despite a detailed confession of pre-meditated murder from Sirul Azhar bin Haji Umar (IC No: RF12559) recorded in Police Report No: 7380/06 on 9 November 2006 at 1635 hrs by Inspector Nom Phot a/l Prack Dit, the Court of Appeal on August 23rd this year decided to let both Sirul Azhar and his instigator Capt. 1,561 more words


Misteri yang sebetulnya bukanlah misteri

As salam,

Entri kali ini berkaitan dengan keputusan rayuan kes s.302 oleh Azilah Hadri dan Sirul Azhar yang mana Mahkamah Rayuan di sana telah membenarkan rayuan kedua-dua perayu dan seterusnya melepas dan membebaskan kedua-duanya. 412 more words

Cops face another big day in Altantuya murder, Friday


The Court of Appeal on Friday will deliver its ruling on the appeal of two former police commandos who were convicted for the murder of Mongolian model and translator Altantuya Shaariibuu in 2006. 464 more words


Scorpene probe 'also tracking trio's entry into France'

Susan Loone

French judges investigating alleged kickbacks in the sale of two Scorpene-class submarines to the Malaysian government by DCNS, a Paris-based shipmaker, are also probing the entry of three individuals into France since 1999, said a source. 507 more words


Scorpene scandal, is Jasbir Singh Chahl credible?

Kua Kia Soong

The New Straits Times has never been the beacon of investigative journalism in Malaysia. Resurrecting Jasbir Singh Chahl to try to whitewash the Scorpene scandal is hardly a scoop – Jasbir’s churlish account fails to answer the many questions raised by the scandal and the murder of Altantuya. 1,485 more words


Scorpene broker: Altantuya never part of the deal


The architect of the Scorpene deal, Jasbir Singh Chahl, says murdered Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu was never an interpreter for the submarine deal, nor was she ever involved in the contract. 445 more words