Investigate who is telling the truth ?

A  Statutory Declaration of War  was made by none other than the blogger of the popular site “Malaysia-today”, RPK. Many bloggers have already posted the SD on their blogs, so I won’t post it here again.  For those who would like to view the whole declaration, they can go to either Malaysiakini  or Malaysia-today.

It is an offense to make a false SD. By making this declaration, RPK has to prove that he has the evidence or he will be liable to be prosecuted.

DPM and his wife have denied any link to the murdered Mongolian. So someone must be telling the truth and someone must be lying.

As this case involves the integrity of the our judiciary as well as our police investigators, the PM must leave no stone unturned. Find out who is telling the truth and prosecute against the other side. The govenrment has always touted our police force is efficient and our judiciary independent, this is the best time to prove to the whole world that this is really so. By doing so, and acting without favouring any side, the PM can prove to the whole world that he is really a leader that is worthy of Malaysians’ continued support. On the other hand, any perceived cover-up will tarnish the name of the country and the credibility of the whole national leadership . 



17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. monsterball
    Jun 21, 2008 @ 16:29:08

    Raja Petra is very brave indeed.
    And putting out openly…his legally sworn statement…police should act……and Rosmah should be hurled to the murder case.
    RPK should have concrete evidences.
    He is no fool. He will not expose all these…unless charged in court….to make it legal and proper…not allowing Najib to twist and turn fact into fictions and vice versa.
    Dollah is a sickening hypocrite too. When matters concerning… UMNO….everyone in UMNO is covering everyone’s arses.


  2. A true Malaysian
    Jun 21, 2008 @ 18:54:19

    All these are sickening. When can Malaysia be free of scandals?

    We are all laymen, we just want to have simple live.


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  4. steven
    Jun 21, 2008 @ 21:34:57

    Depend on Malaysia’s court to deliver Justice is a very dangerous undertaking, a not independence judiciary is not the right venue for seeking truth and expecting justice render, a “rasuah” police force will have evidence erase long before admission in court,RP is facing very powerful personnel with not much of a chance at all in Malaysia.


  5. Letting..........
    Jun 22, 2008 @ 00:37:22

    This is a very puzzling development…


  6. romerz
    Jun 22, 2008 @ 02:06:54

    I’m no longer shocked by allegations and revelations about our leaders. Immigration files disappearing, C4 used, not just plain murder but an attempt to make the evidence disappear, etc. Far fetched but in the Malaysian context, plausible and possible, and damn sickening!

    You just have to take a look at the SAPP case. 1 day after Yong Teck Lee makes his stand against the PM, ACA starts investigations against him for corruption which allegedly occurred in 1996.

    2 possible scenarios here.

    1. YTL is innocent but the government machinery of ACA is used to intimidate him to toe the line.

    2. YTL is guilty which means that he has been protected since 1996 by ‘top ranking’ leaders in the BN from any investigations until now when he broke ranks.

    Both scenarios stinks!

    Which brings me to another question on why the other component parties of BN are ‘obedient’ to big brother?

    Are all the leaders of these parties corrupt too and the PM has files on them just waiting to be unleashed should any one of them break ranks?

    Or are they afraid for their own well-being knowing that the ruling elite will use whatever means to break you should you break from them?

    Are there no righteous, upstanding, fair and fearless leaders from within UMNO anymore?

    Back to RPK, my personal opinion is that it will most probably be a midway point between his allegations and the total denials. We have seen this scenario time and time again.

    In Malaysia-Today, there were a lot of readers who showed concern for RPK’s safety and rightly so. But in my opinion, the KEY to this whole case is Razak Baginda.

    It wouldn’t surprise me one bit if he meets with an unfortunate end before the trial is over.

    My ‘conspiracy theory’ mind is working overtime here. Can I be blamed since we have seen it so many times before only to be proven right in the end?


  7. Joseph
    Jun 22, 2008 @ 09:13:17

    Every fair minded Malaysian know that hoping for a impartial investigation involving highly placed political personality in murder case is just a fart in Malaysia, only with the involvement of international court will ensure JUSTICE is served in this sick country.


  8. Justin Choo
    Jun 22, 2008 @ 10:02:44

    Dr Hsu,

    This Altantuya case from the very beginning has the smell of rotten fish. In the first place, how could a case involving a mere senior political analyst be treated as a “high profile” case? I smelt a rat immediately.


  9. ahpek
    Jun 23, 2008 @ 00:04:00

    I for one will not waste a second of my time to investigate this case to the end of the trail, let alone want to question individual related to highly placed personality in government of Malaysia, unless i want to be retired early or have myself the target of a “hit” from the corrupt and shameless group of highly placed people.


  10. VJ
    Jun 23, 2008 @ 22:24:16

    the real terror is out there roaming freely while innocent H5 being prisoned for nothing .
    Together with all thinking Malaysians , i’m awaiting to see the real terrors sent to hell !!


  11. Monk
    Jun 23, 2008 @ 23:09:13

    UMNOputra’s mantra is “Nobody is above the Law.” So let’s watch……..!



  12. songchin
    Jun 24, 2008 @ 17:31:03

    a). Declare RPK insane, drunk, under threat to make such declaration ??
    b). Can ISA RPK?? for whatever they can accuse him of ??


  13. steven
    Jun 24, 2008 @ 21:26:48

    What is that to investigate? Every ordinary Malaysian know that it is impossible within the country if highly placed personal is involved, can only happen in one’s dream or a foreigner mind who is unfamiliar with Malaysia ‘s government.


  14. anonymous dud
    Jun 25, 2008 @ 22:15:07

    if AAB to jail his TPM, would he be hailed as hero, righteous, or matathir II just what the latter did to anwar ….. memang sakit kepala…

    perhaps this could be turn out positive, just like the education minister dad hauled an MB to jail, and given title most integrity PM……


  15. jeff
    Jun 27, 2008 @ 11:13:32

    With a non independent judiciary branch of government, it is highly unlikely any further investigation that produce additional evidence will be used by prosecutor or as a matter of fact, will be considered by the trial judge. After all, executive order already in placed to influent the verdict.


  16. VJ
    Jul 03, 2008 @ 15:12:25

    Have you guys read this ? Finally…..

    Stunning claims linking Najib to Altantuya
    Jul 3, 08 1:00pm
    Private investigator P Balasubramaniam has made shocking claims that Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak had links with murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

    He also revealed that Najib had also informed his close associate Abdul Razak Baginda that inspector-general of police Musa Hassan would ‘take care’ of the murder case which implicated the accused.

    And he further revealed that his evidence in his police statement linking Najib to the case was removed by the cops in a move to protect the DPM.

    These revelations were made by Balasubramaniam in a statutory declaration which he filed two days ago.

    He was the PI hired by Abdul Razak to handle Altantuya, who had apparently come over to Malaysia in 2006 to settle some issues with Abdul Razak.

    A month later Altantuya was found murdered in an isolated site in Shah Alam, Selangor.

    The shocking statutory declaration was revealed by PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim in a press conference today.

    Najib talked to IGP

    In the statutory declaration, Balasubramaniam said that he was told by Abdul Razak on Najib’s links with Altantuya.

    He also revealed that Abdul Razak had SMSed Najib on the day he was arrested over Altantuya’s killing and had received a reply from Najib which stated that he had spoken to the IGP.

    Balasubramaniam said that in his reply, Najib had told Abdul Razak that the matter would be taken care of by the IGP.

    The PI also revealed that he had informed all of these to the police when they took his statement but was surprised that all mention of Najib was removed from the statement.

    Balasubramaniam also told the press conference that he was highlighting the issue now as he was disappointed the prosecution – which recently closed its case against two elite police officers and Abdul Razak on the murder of Altantuya – had not done anything to introduce his evidence on Najib.

    He also said that he was not asked any of these when he testified in the trial. He was the first prosecution witness in the trial.

    Anwar said that it was evident that the police and the prosecution team, especially IGP Musa Hassan and attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail, have hidden relevant information in the case and was worried that they would do the same in the ongoing probe into the sodomy allegation made against him by his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

    Anwar had also lodged a report against Musa and Gani on Monday for fabricating evidence in his trials 10 years ago.

    Najib had previously said that he never knew and had never met Altantuya.


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