Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Who killed Altantuyaa Shaariibuu?

Because I dare not claim I know who murdered Altantuyaa Shaariibuu, I have a number of questions to ask.

Have you heard of the saying: One can't squeeze blood out of a stone?

In Malaysia it seems, one can squeeze political gains out of a dead woman, and the squeezing will continue because GE-13 is just around the corner.

Thus the soul of poor Altantuyaa Sharriibuu won't be able to rest for a while yet.

Even Ataya Tngri rolled his ancient eyes upwards
While Emegelji Eji cackled with caustic laughter
The ancient pair could see abacus shaped hearts
Clicking furiously and shaming Casio calculators

By sheer speed of their computation of advantage

What to extract, exploit, extricate from my name
Squeezing the very last speck of desiccated blood
From my hyper cold shattered fragments of bones

Eager hands raided the ossuary for me to be laid
As stepping stones for the progress of a demigod
On Ardha-Matanga, 4 tasks & seven white trunks
Saluting Brahma, walking to Amarawati by a lake 

(extracts from my poem Murdering Altantuyaa Shaariibuu Again)

Altantuyaa Shaariibuu

To some people, even though two policemen, Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azhar, have been convicted by the courts for her slaying and given the ultimate sentence, death, they (those some people) are convinced without any shadow of doubt that the case of the murdered Mongolian model remains unsolved, and justice for her as yet to be meted!

Where or what would be those policemen's motive, they asked?

Yes, a very relevant question.

By the way, what was the motive of the murderer who killed Canny Ong? Can't remember her? Why is Altantuyaa better remembered than Canny Ong?

Anyway, motive-wise (or allegedly lack of), would Canny Ong's murderer be considered as in the same boat as the two condemned policemen.

Indeed, famous crime author, P.D. James, who served for thirty years in various departments of the British Civil Service, including the Police and Criminal Law Department of Great Britain's Home Office, as well as being a magistrate stated that “All the motives for murder are covered by four Ls: Love, Lust, Lucre and Loathing.”

Now, those who have been following the Altantuyaa case learned from the court case and media reports that Altantuyaa was blackmailing her ex lover Razak Baginda with such aggression that he became terrified enough to ask for special protection, ... from the world’s most famous private investigator, wakakaka.

So most would say there was initially love and lust in their relationship, and then when the passion and ardour turned cool and relationship soured, the blackmailing for money (lucre) kicked in, with the final outcome of loathing, probably of a mutual nature.

Thus, it was an astonishing pronouncement by his Lordship that notwithstanding Razak Baginda possessing all the likely motives (which of course don't necessarily translate into criminal action), those motives couldn't be the basis to suspect him. Huh?

Thus, it’s hardly surprising that most Malaysians would cast their eyes on siapa godfather nya? Of course his close friendship with Najib, compounded by the alleged corrupt armed purchases, have deepened the suspicions that there have been kow-tim-ness (boleh-ness).

These suspicions are all natural, logical and thus unavoidable, and coupled with the (lack of) reputation of our judiciary, has led to accusations that our Malaysian Don Corleone had intervened. I'd go along with such suspicions.

Be that as it may, while it’s one thing to suspect Najib helping his buddy, it’s quite another to accuse Najib of being the killer or the man who gave the order to pull the trigger.

... which makes me wonder, had His Lordship called Razak Baginda to give his defence, and subsequently (just hypothetically speaking) was found guilty, would that have closed the murder case? Would that have satisfied those braying for justice?

Making a daring speculation (not unlike betting on 4-Ekor, wakakaka) I dare say NO. And that's because the sentiment currently prevailing among some people is for Najib to be implicated kau kau, not just as an accessory to the crime but specifically as the prime suspect, the man who ordered the murder of Altantuyaa Shariibuu.

Get Najib, and if that can’t be done, get Rosmah Mansor for her alleged crime of being the Demolition Woman, which will bring down Najib (thus the same as Get Najib).

That would have been the dream outcome for Najib’s nemesis, a dream already born when Najib was still DPM. And had that dream been fulfilled, Najib would have to vacate his DPM and UMNO deputy president slot!

I wonder who would have filled it?

So? Whatever, is Najib guilty of the murder of Altantuyaa Shaariibuu?

Alas, if only the late Altantuyaa had played her part correctly to help concretize the dream into reality. If only she had chosen the correct target to harass, namely, Najib Razak instead of Razak Baginda.

But the loudest noises are they calling for ‘justice’
Though, I smile cynically, ‘twas not meant for me
Their shrill proclamations & belated outrage (sigh)
Startled even great Gujir Tngri and the 77 siqar

Grandstanding acrobatics, their excuse to dispense
With all norms, purportedly all for me (wry smile)
I must confess I view with scepticism and distaste
As I would professional chest-pounding mourners

Gnashing Colgate mint-flavoured peroxide-d teeth
Wretchedly wringing manicured Ulan oiled hands
Shedding date-expired plastic bags of lo-salt tears
Proclaiming to be 11th hour paragons of ‘justice’


... in stepped Balasubramaniam. Incidentally, if Bala were to die tomorrow, whether by assassination or ‘accident’ or even sickness, who will be the principal suspect?

... in stepped Deepak Jaikisian. Incidentally, if Deepak were to die tomorrow, whether by assassination or ‘accident’ or sickness, who will be the principal suspect?

If Bala submitted a statutory declaration damning a person, and then, within 24 hours withdrew the accusations via a 2nd SD, purported out of fear though he prepared the original SD for 2 months with resolution and courage, who will be the principal suspect?

Would the twin packed SD's be known as the 'deadly double whammy'?

More importantly, will both Bala and Deepak then be safe?

Hmmm, perhaps from the principal suspect, but not necessarily from others who want the principal suspect to emerge as the principal suspect, wakakaka!

As I journey through the darkness of cold oblivion
Borne on the back of Shava to meet his master
Assigned to Samsara by cruel nefarious forces
Which ended my karmic forces violently, abruptly

In my odyssey, wandering by the woeful Acheron
Was there a time when I had felt soothing voices
To comfort me amidst my lonely pains and fears
Yes I do, only from the One who is fragrant Pure

Poor Altantuyaa Shaariibuu.


  1. Oooo...pleez have mercy on me, KTemoc!!!

    After reading your ode to Altantuyaa, for some inexplicable reason my eyes glazed over, I started drooling, and then I crumpled to the floor in a heap, completely unable to move!

    It took me more than an hour to recover to something of my former self.

    What I mean to say is - Heesus Farking Thrice ... your poem is mysteriously powerful, and if I were to read it one more time it will surely be curtains for me! The only consolation is that some people say there will be a hundred ravishing eager virgins waiting for me on the other side of the divide. But I'm in no hurry to find out if that's true.

  2. the toothless fella12:32 am, December 06, 2012

    Kaytee,has anyone seen the faces of the suspects later found guilty by the courts,in public.Where the hell in this world have murder suspects been extended these types of privileges,their fucking faces out of the public eyes.

  3. What a boring BN agent.
    No need for your crocodile tears.

  4. the croc tears belong to those hypocrites who pretend to mourn her, but during a by-election. There's not a skerrit of sincerity in the hearts of those mourners who, I challenge them, to mourn for the many Indians killed in police station, or for other Malaysians murdered.

    They "mourned" Altantuyaa only because they want and hope to make political gains for their leader and party. Shameless!

    Note they're going for Najib rather than Razak Baginda, which shows their ulterior political objective.

    Go get Najib through political means, and not by abusing the memory of Altantuyaa.

    Let Altantuyaa's soul rest in peace.

  5. Toothless, no I have to say I haven't seen their faces, but what I have seen have been other accused's in courts cases in many countries covering up their faces, usually against media exposures


  6. Who knows the murderers?
    Nobody will ever know
    The court granted a story
    More questions for us to ponder

    Atlantuya died in vain
    For her fee she was promised
    Now it becomes a blood money
    The ghost will not go away

    It so happened it involved a pedigree
    In politics this is the game of play
    The cable connected the accused got it free
    A few named players escaped the loop

    Now the ghost floats again
    The name will be spoken once more
    Justice seems so far away for Atlantuya
    So she will be around for a while yet

  7. "I challenge them, to mourn for the many Indians killed ......"
    Now fishing for Indian votes?

  8. helping them with a more productive hypocrisy - Indian votes are better than no Mongolian vote - the former will provide votes for THAT party, the latter only provides their leader with an opportunity to stab at Najib and (once, when Najib was DPM, a stab at Najib's position as UMNO deputy president)

  9. I have to agree with Kaytee.Manmanlai's PKR goons,especially Tian Chua the biggest crown in town.These guys are afraid to take on Najib on a level playing field.That is why they are playing a dirty and dangerous game.Manmanlai's game.

  10. Manmanlai,Azmin Ali and Tian Chua are the three biggest stooges of PR.They are fools.Real fools.

  11. to remove any doubt, i am referring to Najis! Najis !!

    Anybody in Malaysia named Najis or not ???

    calling Najis!!!!


  12. sunwayopal's other comment deleted for vile abusive language

  13. There were some other happenings that need answers:

    1) There was a flurry of sms messages between DPM and Baginda's lawyer Shafie.

    2) As I remember, DPM or Sahfie have not denied the authenticity of the sms messages.

    3) If the sms were not fabricated, why is DPM so concerned that Baginda will not be under detention etc from the messages? Te concern shown by Najib, and the meetings at his house with the lawyer is sort of unusual for someone not connected with the case.

    4) After Baginda was acquitted by the court, why did the AG decide not to appeal?

  14. sunwayopal, you're welcomed to put different views to my write-up as per Anon of 4:11 PM, December 06, 2012 (above), but if you abuse that invitation/privilege by abusing me with rude and vile language I'll not hesitate to delete your comments. I have had enough of rude people like you.

    Note that I've refrained from writing about the possible connection between your hero and Deepak for the reason the source is questionable and objectionable.

  15. Sunwaygopal,

    Kaytee is right.No way we will have room for rude and abusive people like the monster,his family and the likes of you here.This blog is for civilised people only.Change or be changed.

  16. sunwayopal, do try to tone down your language a bit so that KT will not have need to delete your posts. It is possible to put our point across without resorting to name-calling and insults.

    Yours is one of the few dissenting voices here and having opposing views makes for a lively and dynamic forum. It will be a pity if you got banned for an easily rectified matter like immoderate language.


  17. here goes again.

    The useless blog writer has again beat around the bush trying to justify why 'The man with SHIT in his name' should not be blamed.

    The Altantuya murder has only 2 important things , all the other crap written by the blog writer is useless nonsense trying to pull wool over peoples eyes.

    The 2 things :-

    1) who is behind the cops who killed Altantuya

    2) how much money was stolen from Mindef under guise of bloody commission.

    I can tell u now, even though the 'Man with Shit in his name' did not pull the trigger, he was in KNOWLEDGE of the whole damn thing!

    blardi idiot blog writer as usual shows his MCA running dog style by talking crap nonsense instead of foucsing on the important.

    If this DSAI or any PAS leader was connected in any way, u think the idiot blog writer would have been as polite ??

    as usual, rubbish from him.

    so, this is called vile and abusive izit ????


  18. I'm going to allow the above comment by sunwayopal to stand to show I welcome different/opposing views, but this will be the last one with his "blardi" rude comments and immature Myrmidon-blinkered allegations about me that I am allowing.

  19. yeah yeah yeah.

    when its YOUR MYRMIDON blinkered allegations u r throwing against DSAI , PKR or PAS , its all fine n dandy.

    when its YOU who gets accused, wah suddenly get all upset and steamed.

    what a FIRST CLASS LOSER we have here!!!!


  20. I think most Malaysians do not have any special place in our hearts any more than all other , probably even more innocent victims of murder . What we are concerned of his the jan who has the highest job in the country has been linked to the murder and the response of the PM and govts officials to the allegations . The PM may or may not be involved in the crime but I think his response deserves people's suspicion and distrust . It may just be an allegation but murder is a very serious offence esp when linked to the PM's office and the people expect the PM to clear his name beyond swearing on the Holy Book. The way they kept his name out of the trial and the lack of determination to find out the motive and the mastermind only deserves suspicion of a cover up , esp as the murderers were part of the PM's bodyguards . The fact that no one has seen the faces of the murderers is also odd . The police did not waste anytime acting on allegations of sodomy and porn videos involving the opposition leader but allegations if murder against the highest office , seem to be suppressed . And as long as the PM does not take any step to clear his name , u cannot Blake the people to think that the PM is trying to hide something

  21. It seems sunwayopal do not appreciate kt generosity.
    I guess he knows kt too well.
    And so do where my comments are deleted for no reasons.