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Kenapa wajah Sirul & Azhar tak ditunjuk?

sirul

Cuba teka.  Cubalah teka kenapa?  Cubalah… salah pun tak apa.

Tak tahu? Betul tak tahu?  Give up… malas nak teka…

Jawapannya senang aje… kalau korang tengok gambar Sirul & Azhar, korang tengok pulak gambar pemimpin negara, terutamanya dalam pertemuan dengan rakyat, korang mesti nampak diaorang nie sebelah kiri atau kanan, depan atau belakang satu mamat tu… cam bodyguardlah kiranya..

Korang tunjuk kat orang kampung, mesti diaorang percaya dan setuju siapa yang jadi gembala kambing-kambing hitam…. hi hi hi…

Aku teka je..

Shahrul Peshawar

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Probably my last message to Malaysians – Raja Petra Kamaruddin

JUSTICE!  JUSTICE!  JUSTICE!

Monday, 16 February 2009 11:29
This country needs major political, economic and social reforms. The next two years are going to be most trying years indeed. And expect a snap general election within 18 months of Najib taking over if he does take over on 1 April 2009.

NO HOLDS BARRED
Raja Petra Kamarudin

Tomorrow, I will probably be detained under the Internal Security Act. Anyhow, before we talk about that, let me start by giving you my prediction for the two by-elections scheduled for early April.

In 2004, BN won the Bukit Selambau state seat with a majority of 7,695 votes and in 2008 they lost it with a majority of 2,362 votes. (See the chart below). In the coming by-election, I forecast a voter turnout of around 26,000 and a majority of 3,500-4,500 for the opposition.

For the Bukit Gantang parliament seat, in 2004 Barisan Nasional won with a majority of 8,888 and in 2008 it lost with a majority of 1,566. (See chart below). This time around, the voter turnout will be roughly 42,000 and the opposition will win that seat with a majority of 5,000-8,000 votes.

Okay, I am forecasting this even before I know who the candidates are. Well, I have no choice. On Tuesday, 17 February 2009, the Federal Court is due to hear the appeal against my release from Internal Security Act detention and I really do not know what the outcome is going to be. Chances are, I have but 24 hours left as a free man and if I do not write this article today I never will.

On 7 November 2008, the Shah Alam High Court ordered my release from detention. The government has appealed this decision although it did not see the need to appeal the decision of the Shah Alam High Court acquitting Abdul Razak Baginda of the charge of murder without his defence being called.

I was in court last week to witness the performance of the three judges and what I saw did not give me much confidence. First of all, we asked for a quorum of seven judges, or at least five. But the court turned us down and fixed a quorum of only three judges. And two of the three judges appear to be hostile towards us from the word ¡go¢. It looks like my fate has been sealed even before the case goes to court.

Anyway, I know for a fact that it was not Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi who ordered my detention. He was not even aware I had been detained. The order came from Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and since I am bent on making sure he never becomes Prime Minister on 1 April 2009 I really do not blame him for wanting to get me out of the way.

My friends and family want me to leave the country and to seek political asylum in another country. They feel I can still continue with the struggle in a foreign land. But I am against that as much as my wife pleads that I consider this. I am no quitter and I do not run. I shall stay and fight till the very end even if that is the last thing I do.

If I have to lose my freedom so be it. That is the price we pay for opposing the powers-that- be. But I shall not go quietly or make any deals to secure my release with those who walk in the corridors of power.

I was given an option. Take the money and become rich or go to jail. I refused the money and instead chose jail. This is my choice and no one can convince me to do otherwise. No doubt I will have to pay for this and it will be a heavy price that I shall have to pay. But this is the price of the struggle and the price does not come cheap.

I shall not submit. I shall resist till the end. I stand on right and I oppose what is wrong. Amar makruf, nahi munkar, as Islam would say. We must uphold right and oppose wrong. That is not only the Islamic way but also the way of all religions. And even atheists believe in this, so you need not believe in God to subscribe to the concept of amar makruf, nahi munkar.

Over thousands of years countless people have met their deaths just because they stood on the side of right. What I have chosen to do has been done by so many who are now nameless and faceless. So it is nothing so special that I do which has not been done before.

My resistance will continue. But I will have to continue my resistance behind the barbwire fences of the Kamunting Detention Centre. It will now be up to you, those who are free, to continue where I left off.

My resistance, however, will have to take on a new form. I will no longer be able to write or speak at ceramahs. My voice has now been silenced. But I can still speak the words of silence, which will be my new form of resistance.

I shall no longer open my mouth or utter one word during my detention. I shall maintain the silence of a mute person. I shall not sign any documents of the so many documents that they make you sign when under detention. My signature is not going to be placed on a single shred of paper.

By doing so would mean none of my family members or lawyers would have access to me. Yes, that is the price I shall pay for ¡not cooperating¢. I know this and I am prepared for it.

I shall refuse all medical treatment and visits to the hospital. I shall refuse to accept any food and water supplied by the Kamunting authorities. I shall refuse to leave my cell or to meet any of the prison authorities. In short, I shall shut myself out from the world and keep to my own world of my eight feet square cell.

This action will mean I shall survive at the most seven to eight days. By the end of that period I shall be dead. I am prepared for that. They plan to imprison my body for the rest of my life. But I shall release my spirit from my body and will again be free. They can keep my body and they can do whatever they want with it. But they will never be able to keep my spirit. I shall separate my spirit from my body and deny them the pleasure of incarcerating me.

This is a decision I have taken and no one can make me change my mind. And this is probably the last article of mine that you shall read if they send me to Kamunting tomorrow. Keep the struggle going. I shall no longer be able to join you in that struggle. The work is far from finished. This country needs major political, economic and social reforms. The next two years are going to be most trying years indeed. And expect a snap general election within 18 months of Najib taking over if he does take over on 1 April 2009.

I lay down my life for this nation of ours called Malaysia. I will sacrifice myself for the sake of the struggle. There is very little left I can give at this point of time other than my life. For those who stood by me all these years, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I go with a heavy heart. But my heart is heavy only because I have but one life to give.

Death is not the end. Death is but the beginning. It is the beginning of a new journey that none of us can escape and will one day embark upon. It is not something to be sad about. It is something to rejoice.

Please continue your struggle to make Malaysia a better place for our future generation. This country belongs to them and it is for them that we struggle. For some of us, our time is already almost up. We do not have many years left. Many have gone before us. Many friends who started out with us in 1998 are no longer around. But they left this world in the hope that one day Malaysia will be the country that we dream it would be. And that, too, must be our dream.

I pray and hope that the Putrajaya Federal Court will uphold the decision of the Shah Alam High Court to free me from ISA detention. But if it reverses that decision then we must be prepared for that as well. And if the Federal Court does what I fear it will do, goodbye Malaysians, my comrade-in-arms. We shall meet again, one day, although not in this world but the next.

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ABDUL RAZAK BAGINDA Freed! Freed? Freed.

SHAH ALAM: Political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda (pictured) walked out of the High Court a free man yesterday after two years of standing trial for abetment in the murder of a Mongolian woman.

The High Court acquitted him without calling for his defence. But two policemen tried for the murder of the woman, Altantuya Shaariibuu, were ordered to make their defence. Both Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 32, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 36, of the Special Action Squad (UTK), will make their defence on November 10.

Tears of joy and sadness flowed freely yesterday in the courtroom after High Court Judge Datuk Mohd Zaki Md Yasin delivered his decision. Abdul Razak, 48, was acquitted of the charge of abetment in the murder of 28-year-old Altantuya in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur between 9.54 am on October 18 and 9.45am on October 19 2006.

Azilah and Sirul Azhar are charged with the murder of Altantuya at a location between lots 12843 and 16735 in the Mukim of Bukit Raja here between 10pm on October 19 and 1am on October 20, 2006. Emotion gripped the family of Abdul Razak after Zaki ruled that he found no prima facie case for the Malaysia Strategic Research Centre executive director to answer.

“Prima facie” in Latin refers to a case with sufficient and a minimum amount of evidence necessary to allow it to continue in the judicial process. Zaki said the entire content of Abdul Razak’s affidavit containing exculpatory statements should be accepted and given due weight. Exculpatory statements are those made by a defendant or accused which tend to clear a defendant/accused from alleged guilt, or are statements which tend to justify or excuse his/her actions or presence.

Abdul Razak, clad in a sky blue striped shirt, at first looked as if he could not believe what the judge had said but his expression changed to “a sigh of relief” and broad smiles.

Tears of joy were shed by Abdul Razak’s wife Mazlina Makhzan, his daughter Rowena and other family members, all of whom rushed to embrace Abdul Razak after the verdict was announced.

Abdul Razak did not respond to requests by the media to comment on his acquittal. He left the court premises on the fourth floor of the building via a rear staircase.

On the other hand, Azilah and Sirul Azhar were shocked, sad and disappointed at the court’s decision. Gloom replaced their hopes of being freed. Three options of defence are available to them—to testify under oath, to give a statement from the dock or to remain silent. Both men chose to give evidence under oath.

Due weight would be given to an accused person who chooses to testify under oath, where the accused person could be crossed-examined by the prosecution. Lesser weight would be given to evidence given through a statement from the dock where there will be no cross-examination by the prosecution. If an accused person remains silent, he or she would be convicted and punished according to the penalty set out in the section under which the accused is charged. In this case, it is the mandatory death sentence.

In his judgment, Zaki accepted the statements given by both Azilah and Sirul Azhar to the police as part of evidence. Azilah gave a statement disclosing the location where Altantuya was shot and her body blown up while Sirul Azhar disclosed to the police where the jewellery belonging to Altantuya was hidden.

“I am satisfied that there is a prima facie case for the first accused (Azilah) and the second accused (Sirul Azhar) to answer as charged. I therefore now call both the first and the second accused persons to enter upon their defence,” he said. Altantuya, who had two sons aged four and 10, had attended high school in Russia and had had training as a teacher and translator in English and Russian at the National University of Mongolia.

Her murder had been described as most gruesome because her body was blown up with explosives. Forensic experts had found pieces of flesh and bone scattered over an area in Puncak Alam here.

The case received wide coverage because Altantuya had reportedly come to Malaysia to look for Abdul Razak who allegedly had an affair with her. It took 151 days for the prosecution to present its evidence through 84 witnesses. However, the trial was further delayed when the defence challenged the admissibility of certain confession statements of the two policemen to the police and a trial-within-a-trial was held to determine their admissibility.

Judge Zaki took about 25 minutes from 9.40am to deliver his judgement. The court was then adjourned for about 15 minutes for the parties to decide on the date for Azilah and Sirul Azhar to make their defence.

When the case was called up once again, the judge was keen to hear the accused defence but set November 10 after counsel for Azilah, Datuk Hazman Ahmad, and counsel for Sirul Azhar, Kamarul Hisham Kamaruddin, sought time. Hazman informed the court that he may call six to seven witnesses while Kamarul Hisham said he wanted to call blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin to testify and recall private eye P. Balasubramaniam to the stand.

Raja Petra is being detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA). He had made a statutory declaration linking a top politician and his wife to the murder. Balasubramaniam had also made a similar statutory declaration but retracted it three days later in another sworn statement.

The court also allowed Abdul Razak’s counsel, Wong Kian Kheong, to act as watching brief counsel during the defence stage of the trial. – Bernama

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Sheih dakwa PM terima RM200 juta dari isteri TPM

Though ISA is among the toughest challenge to the human civilization in Malaysia, it never can stop it’s citizen to voice out their “findings”.  TRUE or NOT TRUE will be decided by the rakyat.  One thing for sure – The truth is out there.

Sungguhpun ISA termasuk diantara cabaran terhebat buat peradaban manusia di Malaysia, namun, ianya masih tidak mampu menahan rakyat dari terus menyuarakan “penemuan-penemuan” mereka.  BENAR atau TIDAK sesuatu isu itu akan ditentukan oleh rakyat. Apa yang pasti KEBENARAN itu ada di luar sana…

Shahrul Peshawar – Georgetown

Abdul Aziz Mustafa
Thu | Oct 02, 08 | 9:20:01 am MYT

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Okt (Hrkh) – Blogger yang baru-baru ini ditangkap di bawah Akta Hasutan, Sheih, sekali lagi membuat dakwaan menggemparkan apabila meminta Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menafikan bahawa beliau pernah menerima RM200 juta dari isteri Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, sebahagian dari komisyen urus niaga kapal selam berjumlah RM500 juta yang didakwa diterima oleh Abdul Razak Baginda. 

“Adalah satu langkah baik jika Abdullah menafikan beliau pernah menerima RM200 juta dari komisyen urus niaga kapal selam berjumlah setengah juta ringgit yang kita dakwa diterima oleh Razak Baginda.
“Sumber saya menyatakan Rosmah membayar Abdullah RM200 juta dari komisyen urus niaga kapal selam. Beliau (sumber itu) tidak menyatakan apa-apa mengenai Razak Baginda,” dakwa beliau dalam blognya, kickdefella. wordpress. com
Sheih juga mendakwa penyiasat persendirian yang menghilangkan diri, P. Balasubramaniam, menerima RM5 juta dari Rosmah untuk menutup mulutnya.
“Saya diberitahu bahawa isteri (Datuk Seri) Najib (Tun Razak) menemui Bala di British Isle beberapa hari selepas penyiasat persendirian itu menghilangkan diri dan membayar Bala RM5 juta.
“Saya diberitahu bahawa Bala dan keluarganya sedang berusaha untuk mendapatkan kewarganegaraan India. Saya benar-benar berharap ini tidak benar dan Rosmah akan membuat kenyataan menafikannya, ” dakwa blogger itu.
Blogger itu juga mendakwa bahawa Najib pernah menulis surat kepada beberapa kedutaan asing meminta mereka memberikan visa masuk ke negara mereka.
“Saya diberitahu bahawa sebelum lawatan Najib ke beberapa negara Eropah, beliau menulis kepada kedutaan Perancis, Itali dan Pesuruhjaya Tinggi British meminta mereka memberikan visa masuk ke negara mereka dari Kuala Lumpur kepada Altantunya Shaariibuu.
“Najib sendiri sebagai Menteri Pertahanan (ketika itu) menandatangani surat tersebut. Pesuruhjaya Tinggi British menolak permohonan itu tetapi beberapa negara menerimanya.
“Beberapa diplomat Malaysia yang ketika itu berkhidmat di kedutaan Malaysia di salah sebuah negara tersebut mengesahkan bahawa mereka pernah melihat Altantuya di dalam rombongan Najib,” dakwa Sheih lagi.
Pada 28 Jun 2007 lalu, Bernama melaporkan sepupu Altantuya, Burmaa Oyunchimeg memberitahu mahkamah tinggi Shah Alam bahawa beliau pernah melihat gambar Altantuya makan bersama Najib dan Razak Baginda.
Semasa disoal lanjut oleh peguam Karpal Singh, yang bertindak sebagai peguam pemerhati bagi keluarga Altantuya, Burmaa berkata, Altantuya telah menunjukkan kepadanya gambar Altantuya dan Abdul Razak dengan pegawai kerajaan Malaysia itu serta orang lain sedang menikmati jamuan pada satu meja bulat.
Beliau berkata, Altantuya menunjukkan gambar itu di Hong Kong selepas beliau (Altantuya) balik dari Perancis. (Burmaa bertemu dengan Altantuya di Hong Kong).
Karpal: “Boleh kamu terangkan gambar apa?”
Burmaa: “Ada satu gambar, saya fikir, Altantuya dengan Razak Baginda dan seorang pegawai kerajaan Malaysia dan orang lain sedang menikmati jamuan. Mereka duduk di meja bulat.”
Karpal: “Kamu tahu siapa pegawai kerajaan itu?
Burmaa: “Najib Razak. Saya ingat nama Najib Razak kerana nama Razak itu sama (dengan Abdul Razak Baginda).”
Bagaimanapun, Burmaa tidak menunjukkan gambar itu kepada mahkamah.
Lebih buruk lagi, dalam akuan bersumpahnya 1 Julai lalu di hadapan Pesuruhjaya Sumpah di Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, Balasubramaniam pernah mendakwa Najib telah mengadakan hubungan seks dengan Altantuya dan beliau (Altantuya) sanggup mengadakan hubungan seks luar tabii.
Akuan bersumpah itu juga menyatakakan Najib mengarahkan Razak Baginda untuk menjaga Altantuya kerana beliau tidak mahu dia (Altantuya) menganggunya kerana beliau ialah Timbalan Perdana Menteri.
Sama dengan keterangan Burmaa di mahkamah, akuan bersumpah Balasubramaniam itu juga menyatakan Razak Baginda dan atau Altantuya ada memberitahu penyiasat persendirian itu bahawa Najib bersama-sama dengan Razak Baginda dan Altantuya telah berjumpa dan bersama-sama makan malam di Paris.
Bagaimanapun, Balasubramaniam menafikan apa sahaja akuan bersumpahnya yang berkaitan dengan Najib dan menghilangkan diri selepas penafian itu.

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RAJA PETRA LATEST BULLET

Actually, I did not know why we were going to see Najib. Saiful just said that he wanted to go and see Najib and he wanted me to follow him. So I followed him.

NO HOLDS BARRED

Raja Petra Kamarudin

I am now facing one sedition charge and three criminal defamation charges. They say Muslims are allowed four and I have just reached my limit of four. Nevertheless, my great-grandfather, Sultan Ala’eddin Suleiman Shah, the Fifth Sultan of Selangor, had ten wives. He also had 44 children from these ten wives, my grandmother, Tengku Badariah, being one of those 44. Needless to say, with the track record set by my great-grandfather, would I be satisfied with stopping at just four? Certainly not! And, today, I am going to chalk up my fifth ‘criminal charge’, whatever that charge is going to be.

Today, in the spirit of my fifth criminal charge, I am going to make another ‘seditious’ or ‘criminal defamation’ allegation against Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, in the spirit of what Anwar Ibrahim said to CNN last week (see the CNN report here: http://72.47.236.85/2008/content/view/10077/1/ ). And this allegation is that Najib met Saiful to discuss the sodomy allegation against Anwar and for no other reason other than that — and certainly not to discuss the young man’s future career or scholarship.

This time I am going for broke. This time I am prepared to go to jail for a long, long time just to make sure that Najib is not going to become Prime Minister of Malaysia in June 2010. Yes, I know I am headed for a fall, but I am going to bring Najib down with me. We shall both hit the dirt and become history, side-by-side.

And how will that happen? Well, this time I video-recorded a ‘confession’ session. And the video recording is now in a safe place, ready to surface during my trial when they charge me for this newest ‘crime’, whatever that crime is going to be.

The gist is as follows. When Saiful went to meet Najib, he brought a friend along. And this friend has confessed to the entire thing in a video recording, which I now have in my possession. So bring it on. Give me all you’ve got. Charge me and let us see what happens in court.

Yes, Najib met Saiful to discuss how to fix Anwar on a sodomy allegation. No doubt, at first Najib denied all this. At first he said he never met Saiful, not even once in his life. Then he admitted meeting Saiful but said he met Saiful to offer the young man ‘career guidance’ and to discuss his future, scholarship, and all such matters. The first statement was a lie. The second was also a lie. Najib met Saiful to discuss the sodomy allegation against Anwar.

If Najib can lie so many times with regards to his meeting with Saiful, would he not also be capable of lying about never meeting or knowing Altantuya? What would Najib say if during my trial I adduce a military intelligence report dated when Altantuya was still alive which confirms that he was involved romantically (or ‘involved sexually’ would probably be the more appropriate word to use) with Altantuya?

Sure, charge me. Put me on trial. Even obtain a conviction and send me to jail if you wish. Hey, I am 58. By the time I go to jail I would probably be 60, if I happen to still be around and not already dead by then. So, you can send me to jail, but for how long? What difference does it make when I am no longer alive anyway? And I really don’t expect to live to a ripe old age of 83 like Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Najib, however, will never become Prime Minister in June 2010. And that is worth going to jail for, however long the sentence may be.

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“What questions are you going to ask me?”

“No questions. We will not treat this as an interview. You just relax and relate what happened, like a story-telling session, and then I will video-record everything you say.”

“What exactly do you need me to say?”

“I suppose you can just relate how you first met Saiful, how he came to be employed by Parti Keadilan Rakyat, what he did in the office, and anything else you know about his allegation that Anwar sodomised him. The best thing is for you to relax and speak naturally, like you are telling a story, no questions and answers session which will make you stiff and not look natural.”

“Okay, if I make any mistake you will edit the tape?”

“No, we will not edit anything. That will tantamount to tampering with the evidence. Never mind if you make a mistake. Just repeat what you said or start over again. This video recording is not for broadcasting. This is for internal use only. We shall keep the recording in a safe place in case the police arrest you and force you to make a statement against your will. Then, if the police charge you for anything, we will be reveal this tape to prove that what you told the police under duress is different from what you said tonight. That is why you must speak naturally and not look stiff or like you are being forced to say whatever you are going to saying. This video recording is for your protection to ensure that they will not arrest you and force you to make any statement that is not true.”

“Okay.”

“Let me know when you are ready. Drink some water to clear your throat and finish your cigarette first. Then we will start. Be comfortable and don’t worry. No need to even look at the camera if that makes you uncomfortable. Speak to me. Look at me and talk. It is easier when you speak to a person than to the camera.”

Sessions starts and he relates his story. After 15 minutes he gestures for the camera to be switched off and I oblige.

“I am not sure whether I want this next part recorded on camera.”

“Never mind. We can record it anyway and then if you feel it is damaging it need never surface.”

“I would rather get my lawyer’s advice first before this second part is recorded because it implicates Najib in the sodomy allegation against Anwar.”

“Okay, we can leave the camera off and you can relate the second part off-camera. Then we decide later if it should be recorded or not.”

“This second part is about our meeting with Najib.”

“Oh, you also went to see Najib?”

“Actually, I did not know why we were going to see Najib. Saiful just said that he wanted to go and see Najib and he wanted me to follow him. So I followed him. I was present when Saiful discussed with Najib about the sodomy allegation against Anwar. I did not know he was going to see Najib about that.”

“You did not know he was going to see Najib about the sodomy allegation?”

 “No, he did not tell me.”

“Was it staged?”

“Staged?”

“Yes, did Najib already know what Saiful was seeing him about or did Najib not know beforehand?”

“I don’t know.”

“Did Najib appear shocked or surprised or did he look like he already knew what they were going to talk about?”

“Najib looked very natural.”

“So Najib did not look shocked or surprised?”

“No.”

“So, from Najib’s reaction, he appeared like he already knew what they were going to discuss. Only you did not know. What about the other people in the room?”

“They also did not look surprised.”

“So it appeared like everyone in the room, except you, already knew what Saiful was going to talk to Najib about.”

“Maybe.”

“But why go to Najib to talk about this? Why not go to the police or the religious department?”

“I don’t know.”

“Did Najib offer any advice?”

“No.”

“Did Najib ask Saiful to make a police report?”

“No, he just listened.”

“Did Najib ask Saiful: ‘why come to me to complain? What has Anwar sodomising you got to do with the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia’?”

“No.”

“Do you think that maybe all this was a show just for your benefit? The fact that everyone appeared to already know what the discussion was all about, except you, appears like they wanted you, an ‘outsider’, to hear the discussion.”

“I am not sure.”

“Before the visit to Najib’s office, has Saiful ever told you or anyone else in the office that Anwar sodomised him?”

“No.”

“So the first time you heard of this was when Saiful brought you to meet Najib.”

“Yes.”

“Did Saiful discuss anything else with Najib like a scholarship or something like that?”

“No.”

“They just discussed the sodomy matter?”

“Yes.”

“Why not I video-record this part?”

“Let me discuss it with the lawyer first. If the lawyer says it is okay then we can record it tomorrow.”

“Okay, I will not force you. I don’t want you to tell anyone later that you were reluctant to let me video-record this part but I forced you to do so against your will. You speak to your lawyer first and then we can meet again tomorrow and record this part of your statement.”

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Majoriti percaya Bala cakap benar

Seorang sahabat mengirim saya emel berikut – ANDA BAGAIMANA?

SHAHRUL PESHAWAR

 

Jul 9, 08 4:16pm
 

Sebahagian besar pembaca Malaysiakini yang menyertai tinjauan pendapat selama 24 jam semalam, percaya penyiasat persendirian, P Balasubramaniam bercakap benar dalam akuan berkanun pertamanya, yang ditarik balik sehari selepas ia diumumkan.

Sejumlah 6,418 pembaca Malaysiakini menyertai tinjauan pendapat tersebut (lihat carta).

Tinjauan itu mendapati 92 peratus daripada 5,880 pembaca percaya akuan berkanun pertama Balasubramaniam adalah benar.

Manakala 86 peratus berpendapat Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berpakat dengan Mohd Saiful Bukhary Azlan – remaja berusia 23 tahun yang mendakwa diliwat oleh bekas bosnya, Ketua Umum PKR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Lebih kurang jumlah yang sama – 5,102 atau 80 peratus – menolak andaian yang Anwar sengaja berpakat dengan Saiful untuk membuat tuduhan liwat tersebut – untuk mendapatkan simpati masyarakat.

Mereka juga memberi jawapan yang bercampur-campur terhadap soalan siapakah yang “melindungi” Balasubramaniam yang hilang sejak Jumaat lalu.

Kira-kira 40 peratus berkata orang Najib, manakala 25 peratus pembaca berkata mereka tidak tahu.

Walaupun pihak polis berkata Balasubramaniam mungkin berada di luar negara, tetapi 54 peratus pembaca berkata penyiasat persendirian itu masih “berada di Malaysia”.

tinjau dakwaan terhadap najib, anwar

 

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PI retracts declaration

MALAYSIA BOLEH!  Macam-macam ada… Guess what after this?

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KUALA LUMPUR: Political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda’s private investigator P. Balasubramaniam on Friday retracted the statutory declaration which he made less than 24 hours ago. In a startling turn of events Balasubramaniam revealed in a second statutory declaration that he wished “to retract the entire contents of my statutory declaration dated July 1 2008. I was compelled to affirm the said statutory declaration under duress”. The document also read that all statements made were inaccurate and not the truth. A visibly perturbed Balasubramaniam remained mum on Friday when met by pressmen who had rushed to a hotel here where his new lawyer Arulampalam Mariam Pillai accompanied him for the brief press conference. Private investigator P.Balasubramaniam (left) talking with his new lawyer Arulampalam Arulampalam Mariam Pillai after the press conference Friday where he retracted the earlier statutory declaration, denying that Abdul Razak Baginda said anything to him that linked the Deputy Prime Minister to Mongolian murder victim Altantuya Shaariibuu. – Bernama Dressed in a cap and T-shirt Balasubramaniam refused to answer questions posed to him and left quickly after his lawyer distributed the second statutory declaration to reporters. Arulampalam also refused to entertain pressmen, giving only a brief statement that his client was under duress and that he was upset. The new statutory declaration withdrew all statements that Balasubramaniam had revealed to a packed press conference organised by PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim at party headquarters on Thursday. This included the fact that he had informed police what political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda had purportedly told him prior to Altantuya’s murder. The 10 statements highlighted in the second statutory declaration dated July 4 were:

* At no material time did Razak inform him (Balasubramaniam) that the former was introduced to Altantuya Shaariibuu by a VIP;

* At no material time did Razak inform him that Najib had a sexual relationship with Altantuya and that she was “susceptible to anal intercourse”;

* At no material time did Razak inform him that Najib instructed Razak to look after Altantuya as he did not want her to harass him since he (Najib) was the Deputy Prime Minister;

* At no material time did Razak and/or Altantuya inform him that Najib, together with Razak and Altantuya had met and all been together at a dinner in Paris;

* At no material time did Altantuya inform him that she wanted money in the sum of US$500,000 as a commission for a submarine deal she “assisted” with in Paris;

* At no time whatsoever did Razak and/or Altantuya inform him that Najib met with Altantuya in Singapore;

* At no time whatsoever did Altantuya inform him that she wanted Balasubramaniam to arrange to see Najib;

* At no time did he tell the police during the course of their investigations about any relationship between Najib and Altantuya as no such relationship existed to his knowledge;

* At no time did Razak inform him that he had sent Najib an SMS the evening before he (Razak) was arrested; and

* At no time did Razak inform him that Najib has sent him an SMS on the day of his (Razak) arrest to the effect that he was going to see the IGP that day and that the matter should be resolved and for Razak to remain calm.

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