Thursday, 9 April 2009

And The Fall Guys for The Murder are .....

"In the People's Champion's statutory declaration, he claimed to know that Pekan's wife was at the scene of the crime — supervising the murder, no less — along with two people who until then had never been mentioned before ......
Then again, rational human beings do not normally keep plastic explosives in their possession, in case they have to detonate Russian-speaking Mongolian single mums."

-Yusseri Yusof, We Know Nothing But That She is Dead

In the spirit of "1 Malaysia, People First And Performance Now",
Cops to hang for Altantuya murder

SHAH ALAM, April 9 — Policemen Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar were today sentenced to death by the High Court for murdering Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu, ending one of the longest trials in Malaysian history.

Azilah, 33, and Sirul, 37, were found guilty of killing Altantuya, 28, and then blowing up her body in a jungle clearing at nearby Bukit Raja between 10pm on Oct 19, 2006 and 1am the next day.

The two members of the Bukit Aman Special Action Squad (UTK) were charged under Section 149 of the Penal Code, which carries the mandatory death sentence upon conviction.

On Oct 31 last year, the same court acquitted political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, 48, of abetting them in the murder, which drew intense international scrutiny due to its tenuous link to newly-minted Prime Minister Datuki Seri Najib Razak.

The former aide to the then deputy premier walked free without ever having to enter his defence and has since moved to Britain.

The courtroom was full with media and family members of the two accused but not as packed as Razak's verdict day. Azilah looked relaxed earlier, smiling to his fiancee and family. He even sprayed himself with cologne. Sirul only appeared at the last minute.


Kenapa Azilah dan Sirul sentiasa memakai topeng khas?


  1. Whao!!!

    That is how cleverly history is written (or forgotten).

    With the "death" of Azilah and Sirul, no eye-witnesses are available hereon.

    And hence Najib & Co could rewrite history that Altantuya's murderers were indeed Azilah and Sirul; and they were duly-punished.

    History would have it that Najib & Co are cleared of any alleged wrongdoings.

    Poor Azilah and Sirul. But long live Najib & Co.

  2. abROcadabRO,
    Yup - you're partly right about this history thingie.
    Only partly, though. The victors write history alright - but only when you don't care enough to voice out, and let them be the victors.

    However, who's to blame for all these nonsense?
    The Politicians or the people who subscribe to selfishness, fear and apathy? The people get what they bargained for, for the last 40 years.

    Noticed that you think those who took to the streets in their rage against the system are "Demo Crazy"!

    But the sadder truth is the fact that when the system fails and goes stir-crazy, and conscientious citizens take to the streets to speak up for their rights, they are said to be "Demo Crazy" by the IGP.
    Worse still, there are good citizens who think that such labeling of those who fight for their rights by the IGP is alright!

    Then, when you don't see justice, you lament the failure of the system .......

    Bro - you get nothing for nothing. Not Justice, not Democracy, Morality or even your paycheck.
    There always a price you pay for calling people who fight for righteousness "demo crazy".
    "The system" is trying hard to paint these people black with the same brush - and people get bowled over by their propaganda.

    So there you have it - "Poor Azilah & Sirul", eh?
    What makes you so sure this isn't just another "temporary setback" in the "grand scheme of things"?


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