Thursday, July 03, 2008

Malaysia's Political Twist

Yet another twist to Malaysia's political upheaval

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's political upheaval has taken another twist.

A private investigator hired by murder accused Abdul Razak Baginda has made a startling claim that police covered up information he gave them that would have linked Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to the murder victim Altantuya Shaariibuu.

P Balasubramaniam, a former Special Branch policeman, said in a statutory declaration that Abdul Razak had told him that he met Altantuya through Najib and that the two had an intimate relationship. He also said that Abdul Razak also confided in him that the Mongolian woman, victim of a gruesome killing, had demanded US$500,000 (RM1.65 million) as part of her share of a submarine deal.

Balasubramaniam said he told the police everything when he was arrested and asked to give a statement in late 2006, but when his statement was finally recorded, the information regarding the relationship between the DPM and Altantuya was left out by the police.

Najib had previously denied knowing Altantuya.

Balasubramaniam spoke and released his 16-page statutory declaration at a press conference organised by the de facto opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who himself is under police investigation after a former party worker had alleged he was sodomised by Anwar.

Anwar, who has accused Najib of being behind the sodomy accusation, has demanded an investigation into the alleged attempt by the police to suppress information about the relationship between the DPM and Altantuya.

Abdul Razak is a close adviser to Najib, and two others accused of the same murder are members of the DPM's security team.

Balasubramaniam also said he was with Abdul Razak when he was shown an SMS, allegedly from Najib, telling the former to stay cool as he was meeting the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan to resolve the matter.

1 comment:

Sang Kancil Badawi said...

Sex and the C4

Sodomy is a useful word
recently said and heard,
in Malaysian homes and offices
it’s all about famous orifices.
What is going on, you wonder
when Bala steals the thunder,
finger pointing the magic word
to the delight of a horny herd
Organs united, names forgotten?
VIPs are really rotten
Saifool he knows and did not know
doubts about Aminah begin to grow
of whose loose lips he was afraid
but liked her other end instead;
of course he knew it wasn't right
but it felt so good and tight!
You could not hump like Greeks
the Hindenburg’s fat cheeks;
what her hubby found so succulent
was making Rosmah trucculent.
And so she thought, the time was due
for a nice Mongolian barbecue.
Enter the analyst, not so anal,
who found the girl too banal;
fearing supernatural harm
from her juicy feminine charm,
he hired Bala straightaway
to keep the honeytrap at bay
but private dicks were of no match
for Aminah's superlative snatch
and now that Najib had had his fill,
he would not share the till;
right after the submarine deal,
Aminah's fate he would seal.
Now Rosmah had one idea
on how to kenakan dia
"Let’s bomb the bombshell,
let's send her to hell."
Thus perished the hapless beauty
after translation and booty duty;
now Rosmah’s ass was happy
until one blogger got yappy;
this Hindenburg nearly caught fire
yet to sue she has no desire.
But Najib's part in this murder
will travel much further;
despite his media actions
and one or two retractions,
some questions will remain
a big part of his bane–
how did Altantuya really die?
and why did he have to lie?
Did he pay off Bala savvily,
or threaten to C4 his family?
What acts could be more despised?
With his money, we’re not surprised;
after all, he's such a bully beast,
to him and him alone, at least,
magic words that cannot apply–
are useful for making rivals die.