Najib should know better.
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 13:17:35 +1100
Local: Thurs, Dec 3 2009 10:17 am
Subject: Re: Najib and Altantuya - new confessions by PI
I thought Shaariibuu had withdrawn the suit against Najib. There is every
likelihood the case will be thrown out of the Malaysian court if it ever is
heard in Malaysia and if even so it may take a century before court
appearances take place.
The other alternative is to charge him at the International Court in Dhaig.
Of course Najib may just refuse to appear for the trial. Ini sangat susah.
Kapal tolong lah jangan lagi taroh.
It is the job of the police to take up the case in the public interest and
thus allow Najib to clear his name if he is not guilty. If Rosmah need to be
charged, so be it. Justice must be seen to be done. Rosmah will have a
chance to clear her name too. What is so frightening for both of them?
"saki seto" <1sakis...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Najib, bro must come clean on PI's allegations - Malaysiakini
> Karpal Singh has called on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his
> younger brother Nazim to set the record straight with regards to the
> recent revelations related to private investigator P Balasubramaniam.
> "The allegations are serious in nature and should be answered. Najib
> must answer. His silence would be seen as an admission of guilt," the
> senior lawyer said.
> Karpal, who is also DAP national chairperson, had previously
> represented Shaariibuu Setev, the father of slain Mongolian national
> Last week, Ipoh Timur MP Lim Kit Siang, said Najib should stop
> ignoring the allegations of his involvement in the gruesome murder.
> In interviews appearing on the internet, Balasubramaniam maintained
> that his first statutory declaration, which implicated the premier,
> was correct.
> Malaysiakini had also published an interview with his lawyer, Americk
> Singh Sidhu.
> 'Push for criminal defamation'
> Meanwhile, Karpal said Nazim should "push for criminal defamation"
> against the private investigator if the allegations were untrue.
> "It should not be let off silently. Questions have been raised and
> they should be answered," he added.
> Describing the latest turn of events as "very disturbing", Karpal said
> he also regretted that a molotov cocktail was thrown into lawyer
> Manjeet Singh Dhillon's home on Nov 18.
> Manjeet, a former Bar Council chairperson, was the other lawyer
> besides Americk who witnessed Balasubramaniam's tape interviews.
> Karpal said if the premier and his brother do not clear the air, the
> allegations would continue to linger on.
> Similarly, he said to one Deepak who had also been quoted by
> Balasubramaniam, must also come out to clarify his position.
> Asked if he had informed Shaariibuu of the latest development, Karpal
> said he had not and would consider the matter in entirety first,
> before informing his client.
> Shaariibuu had filed a RM100 million suit on June 4, 2007, seeking
> damages over his daughter's death.
> In the statement of claim, the family said her death had caused them
> mental shock and psychological trauma, entitling them to be
> compensated with exemplary and aggravated damages.