Saturday, 17 March 2007

Mongolian Woman's ( Altantuya Shariibuu) Murder: Justice MUST Be Done and Be SEEN to be Done

From Susan Loone's Blog: Read Here and HERE

  • Flash Back: Read here earlier posting on the murder of Altantuya Shariibuu in Malaysia

  • READ HERE - Guide to the Facts on Altantuya 'Murder Case' (a fairly comprehensive compilation of media reports/cuttings on the case)

  • Read HERE Background of Razak Baginda, one of the accused in the murder case

  • Read here related article on Malaysia Today

    "...The Razak Baginda murder trial will not augur well for Najib (Deputy Prime Minister).

    Evidence that Najib issued a letter asking the Immigration Department to issue the murdered girl a visa is in the possession of those who want to send Najib into early retirement.

    Evidence that Najib, Razak and the murdered girl made an overseas trip together is also in these same hands.

    This evidence can of course be quashed if Najib makes a voluntary exit. Then again, if he resists, this evidence can be adduced in court and Najib may risk more than just his job as Deputy Prime Minister.

    One thing that would be most difficult to explain is the meeting the Chief Inspector and Razak Baginda, now both facing murder charges, had in Najib’s office where the former admitted he had killed six people before this. In spite of this confession he was still engaged to assist Razak Baginda in solving his problem with the Mongolian girl. This, plus the overseas trip they made together and Najib’s letter to the Immigration Department point to a conspiracy at the highest level ..... " Read here for more

    CLICK HERE: SEE VIDEO IMAGES/PHOTOS AND A SHORT STORY OF ALTANTUYA SHARIIBUU'S LIFE. (And a short video clip of her sick, young child , Atanshagai, 3 years old AT THE END OF THE VIDEO CLIP,) - or, if unable to view video clip, click HERE

    This is what her father, Setev Shariibuu, said, in his own words:

    “(Altantuya) is a nice and young Mongolian girl who got killed by cruel murderers, terminating her young life.

    She was born as a dear child to her moderate parents, and like other children, she grew up, by spending ordinary days, day after day.

    She grew up playing with her sister, who is so much like her, as birds of a feather.

    The picture of the girl sitting on the lap of her Russian teacher in the remote Chimkent city of the Soviet Union shows the beginning of her educational path.

    It was in the secondary school of Leningrad city that she began to get acquainted with the great history of humankind.

    “By giving birth to her first child, she became a mother to experience happiness of motherhood, although her livelihood burden increased as well.

    Besides bringing up her son she strived to learn Russian, English and Chinese.

    Her master’s, bachelor’s degrees and diplomas in Chinese Language and many other certificates bear witness to her increasing knowledge, certify her good command of those languages.

    But life is full of surprises, and to overcome all possible difficulties in life, she often overloaded herself with work, trying to repay her parents goodness, to rear her children and educate her sister.

    She had a rare nature, she did not begrudge her friends and sacrificed herself for the sake of others.

    But her lifespan was limited, yet the success she achieved in this 20+ years of life, will make you think, that she lived her life, racing to be ahead of time.

    “Later, Altantuya gave birth to her second child, and put in enormous effort to bring him up as a healthy boy. This is a witness of what an extremely good mother and unique good-hearted girl she was.

    The Mongolian girl who departed from this life so sensationally, deeply distressed her parents, orphaned her dear children and reminded the world of the realities of modern life.

    She will be remembered by all honest people, and frankly she will serve God after her death”.

    - Stev Shariibuu
    Commentary by Susan Loone in her blog

    "...The only stories we hear about Altantuya Shariibuu were the ones told by the police, by Abdul Razak Baginda in his affidavit, and by the local newspapers.

    The only pictures we have seen about the young mother of two, were the passport photos in the local newspapers, always depicted alongside her alleged murderer, whenever her case had news value.

    Curious about her, I traced her life back to the exotic land of Mongolia, where she hailed from, and tried to understand the woman behind all the sleazy, unsubstantiated stories. It was not an easy task.

    I tried speaking to her father, Mr. Setev Shariibuu, personally, but he speaks very little English.

    He promised, through friends in Ulanbataar, that he would send some information about his daughter. After several weeks of waiting, her father, finally sent this video clip to me.

    In his agony, and to preserve whatever memory he has of his beloved daughter, Shariibuu put together several pictures of Altantuya, followed by a brief narration about her life.

    There is also a short video clip about her sick, young boy - Atanshagai, 3 years old, whose DNA is being sought now, by experts who want to determine whose child he is.

    I would like to request my dear readers to help ease the pain of the Shariibuu family by leaving some words of comfort in the comments section. Click HERE to go to Susan Loone's 'Comments' Section on her Blog

    These words will be compiled (by Susan Loone) and sent to Altantuya’s family as a gesture of goodwill, from Malaysians, who feel their pain and empathise with the Mongolians, who though so far away, now have a lasting bond with us, because of Altantuya.

    We, too, have mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and girlfriends.

    And it is simply too heart-wrenching to have not only been shocked with news about her death, but to be left wondering if the late Altantuya will receive the justice she so rightly deserves....."
    -Susan Loone
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