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Najib – Clear
the air now on the Abdul Razak-Altantunya murder case
(Parliament, Monday) : On 11th January, 2007, I had said that the Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak cannot continue to keep his “elegant silence” in connection with the gruesome murder of Mongolian beauty Altantunya Sharribuu involving C4 explosives, as the three persons charged all had dealings with him, with two being Special Operations Force (UTK) officers Chief Insp Azilah Hadri, 30, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 35, assigned to protect him as the DPM and a third his confidante, Abdul Razak Baginda.
The extraordinary and unprecedented step taken by Abdul Razak’s solicitor on Friday to read out Abdul Razak’s affidavit in his unsuccessful application for bail raised fresh and very grave issues demanding a public response from Najib, including:
It is not only Najib who must clear the air, the Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan must come forward to allay public concerns as to whether police investigations into the murder of Altantunya had been thorough and comprehensive, in particular:
It is not only the three accused who are in the dock in the trial of the murder of Altantunya, the integrity of the Malaysian government leaders, the rule of law and the police system are also in the dock. Both the nation and the world are watching.
Opposition Leader, MP for Ipoh Timur & DAP Central Policy and Strategic
Planning Commission Chairman
Parliamentary Opposition Leader, MP for Ipoh Timur & DAP Central Policy and Strategic Planning Commission Chairman