RPK’s bombshell allegation on Altantuya murder – Abdullah, Najib, Rosmah cannot remain silent


The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor cannot remain silent on the latest bombshell of blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin.

In a statutory declaration on June 18, 2008, Raja Petra accused Rosmah as among three individuals who were present when Altantuya was murdered on Oct 19, 2006.

Raja Petra alleged in his statutory declaration: “I have been reliably informed that between about 10pm on October 19, 2006 and early hours of the following day, the night Altantuya Shaariibuu was murdered, three other people were also present at the scene of crime.”

He named the two other individuals as one acting colonel Aziz Buyong, who is described as ‘a C4 expert’ and the latter’s wife, known only as Norhayati, who is also said to be Rosmah’s aide de camp.

Raja Petra further alleged:

“My informer states that Aziz was the person who placed the C4 on various parts of Altantuya’s body witnessed by Rosmah and Norhayati.

“I make this statutory declaration because I have been reliably informed about the involvement of these three people who have thus far not been implicated in the murder nor called as witnesses by the prosecution in the ongoing trial at the Shah Alam High Court.

“I also make this statutory declaration because I am aware that it is a crime not to reveal evidence that may help the police in its investigation of the crime.”

Raja Petra said he had been “reliably informed” that the Prime Minister “has received a written report from military intelligence confirming what I have revealed and this report was subsequently handed over to his son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin for safekeeping”.

Raja Petra also claimed that “one of the Rulers has been briefed about this matter” and “is fully aware” of the allegation.

The credibility and legitimacy of the Abdullah premiership and government will suffer a mortal blow if Abdullah, Najib and Rosmah remain silent on Raja Petra’s bombshell allegations.

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  1. #1 by stnaaron on Monday, 23 June 2008 - 4:40 pm

    in-human clans and for those has involves in the killing of Atlantuya you are worst then public toilet scuds. i hope najis ! don’t mind about that cos he is already classified as najis!

  2. #2 by Jeffrey on Monday, 23 June 2008 - 6:29 pm

    language of themalaysianinsider.com has changed ? It might have misreported about LKS being “given leave” (ie permission) to adjourn the House under Standing Order 18 (1) to discuss RPK’s SD”.

    From what I read from LKS latest thread, he has not yet being given leave but has merely served notice for an adjournment of Parliament under S.O. 18 (1) to tomorrow, so Godfather may be right that tomorrow only the Speaker would still have to rule on whether the mater raised is a fit and proper subject for parliamentary debate based on criteria of “urgency, specific and of public interest”.

    It depends on the Speaker – he is the key – but assuming he rules against LKS’s motion, the question after is whether the rightness or error of his ruling may also be contested and put to a vote that will test the majority principle in lieu of using Sharir’s motion on govt’s measures to ameliorate the price hike.

    In any case, besides the advantage of testing majority (if that could be done), LKS’s bringing it up in Parliament in presence of media/public observers would hopefully raise public profile of RPK’s allegations that our Mainstream Media has mostly – and cowardly -not done their professional duty of reporting importanty news.

  3. #3 by undergrad2 on Monday, 23 June 2008 - 6:40 pm

    Godfather Says:

    Today at 13: 25.48 (4 hours ago)
    “Given leave” to submit the motion doesn’t mean that the motion will be accepted by the Speaker.”

    That’s right.

    For example, “leave” to appeal is not the appeal itself. It is just permission by the trial judge to make the appeal. If the grounds for an appeal are not satisfied, leave would not be granted.

    In the Parliamentary setting, leave has to be applied for and granted by the Speaker of the House.

  4. #4 by tourman53 on Monday, 23 June 2008 - 9:55 pm

    Uncle Lim,
    I know you can do it.
    Save Malaysia!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IIBhGGJFs4

  5. #5 by shamshul anuar on Monday, 23 June 2008 - 11:34 pm

    Dear REaders,

    There is a reminder aptly written in Quran in dealing with news. The Quran says “….And when you receive news from “orang-orang fasik”, do investigate so that you do not commit injustices to others….

    So, simply believing the accusation by Raja Petra just out of hatred to Najib is wrong.

  6. #6 by TheWrathOfGrapes on Tuesday, 24 June 2008 - 9:21 am

    Well, their silence says it all.
    Their silence is deafening.

  7. #7 by mobileworld on Tuesday, 24 June 2008 - 9:28 am

    Just ensure that it does not fizzle out..strike the iron while its hot! Good Luck!

  8. #8 by cheng on soo on Tuesday, 24 June 2008 - 11:40 am

    Possible conclusion after investigation,
    a) RPK was of unsound mind or drunk or under threat while making declaration.
    b) Persuruhjaya Sumpah was also of unsound mind or drunk or under threat or was bribed when she witnessed the declaration.
    Both of them had been cautioned. The declaration is null and void. Case closed, No more wasting of public fund and time for unnecessary investigation. All Persuruhjaya Sumpah are cautioned not to witness any declaration from any unsound mind or drunk person.

  9. #9 by taiking on Tuesday, 24 June 2008 - 12:04 pm

    RPK is providing bloggers with really nice neat fuel to burn the web.
    So burn on fellas.
    Burn on.
    And keep it going.
    Pretenders may leave if they find the heat too over-bearing.
    And. Notice is not necessary. Just vanish.

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