I was against that execution or any execution because I stand strongly against any capital punishment. It was just another form of state sanctioned cold blooded murder, the act of a barbaric state. I'm ashamed to say Malaysia or any other states that imposes capital punishment (eg. China, Sing, USA, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Iran, etc) are barbaric.
Star Online reported that: The randomness of the crime – Ahmad Najib had no apparent motive – made it all the more horrific and prompted many unsolicited and baseless conspiracy theories much to the dismay of Ong’s loved ones.
Note that the murderer was said to have no apparent motive, yet in another far more famous or notorious murder, of Shaariibuu Altantuyaa, many public members, specifically those in Pakatan insist on there was, had to be a motive for any murder, meaning Shaariibuu's murder.
But they remained strangely silent on the murderer of Canny Ong being without any motive, but such is prejudice, particularly reckless, emotional and invincibly blind double standard prejudice, especially when that prejudice has been laced with the poison of acrimonious politics.
But I have to acknowledge that most Pakatan supporters have been absolutely right in that there is no such thing as a murder without motive. Even the ISIS murderers on a senseless killing spree did and do have a motive - please work that out yourself.
Yes, I would say that if someone has been killed, there was definitely a motive.
The famous British 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 a magistrate and as a governor of the BBC, wrote in her book The Murder Room that “All the motives for murder are covered by four Ls: Love, Lust, Lucre and Loathing.”
Ahmad Najib Aris who murdered and then burnt the body of Canny Ong was motivated by lust, which saw him raping her before killing and attempting to get rid of her body through burning the corpse to hide his crime.
I was monitoring the news and some blogs to see what they would say about the nonsense of Canny Ong's murder being without apparent motive. But obviously no one or at best, very few cared about Canny Ong or for that matter, Shaariibuu Altantuyaa.
The latter, Shaariibuu would only be useful if her murder could convict someone, a particular person. Otherwise, Shaariibuu was just like Canny Ong, a murdered person of fleeting interest in a highly politicized Malaysia.
Much as I am a pro DAP person, I have to say the bias is sheer f**king bloody double standards by Pakatan supporters when they have been insisting that Shaariibuu murder must have had a sinister motive which the court failed to reveal, but remained silent on Canny Ong's case of no apparent motive for the murderer.
It's not that Shaariibuu Altantuyaa's case had no motive for her murder, but those Pakatan supporters wanted a motive which fits into their wishlist and the motive must be that of one specific person. That's dangerous, emotional and without justice, very reminiscent of the mindset of WWII Kempetai and current religious types.
Two police officer were convicted of her murder and sentenced to death. What were their motives? If you ask Mahathir, Mahfuz Omar or Pakatan supporters, they would tell you those two guys were INNOCENT and NAIVE and probably still virgins, and only acting on higher instructions.
But where is the evidence for such a belief?
Okay, kaytee suspects the motive for killing Shaariibuu Altanyuyaa was one of the four L's, love lust, lucre (money) and loathing. I pick lust, to wit, those two were told to remove her from Baginda's house where she was making quite a racket, but subsequently (allegedly) decided to rape her and have a bit of lustful fun, but the situation turned ugly where they shot her and then attempted cover their crime by demolishing her corpse with C4.
Yes, it's only kaytee's suspicion but isn't my suspicion far superior than a photoshop image of 3 dining in Paris, courtesy of Tian Chua of PKR, in a sinister underhanded politically-motivated attempt to implicate Najib Razak when there is no such event, or mindless clueless evidence-less accusations against Najib? And where every speck of dust floating around became a Earth-size planet suitable for living or executing someone.
Because the wishlist was to have Najib identified as her murderer, C4 became a tightly controlled item. But if it was Anwar on the receiving end of the accusations, C4 would then have been freely available as we would suddenly reveal to the world that the Malaysian Armed Forces have been notorious for their lax security on C4, which like an Omega watch, could be found in more than just one corner of Malaysia.
It had been the same treatment as for Canny Ong who was murdered with no apparent motive but not so for Shaariibuu Altantuyaa, whose murder must have a motive. Sheer double standards
In reality only the most mindless moronic mad murderer would deliberately kill someone without motive, but then I suppose his lawyers could plead insanity (and he would probably win too with the court ruling 'twas no murder but an act of madness').
In probably the last court case on Malaysia's most notorious murder, my hero Karpal Singh was very angry with the bizarre statement of the Shah Alam High Court judge Mohd Zaki Md Yasin, who astonishingly said "Whatever the motive was, it is a matter of law that the motive, although relevant, has never been the essential to constitute murder."
And this was AFTER he admitted that Abdul Razak Baginda could have had a motive to murder Altantuya as she was blackmailing him.
But then the most learned judge stunned every legal person in Malaysia (well, almost everyone) by declaring the motive could not be the basis to call for Razak Baginda's defence.
So, my Lord, what basis if not motive should be the case then? Would a videoclip of the murderer (plus 4 witnesses) plunging the knife (or detonator) into the victim's heart do? I dare say His most learned Lordship by his flabbergasting ruling further enhanced the already strong suspicion against Najib Razak, wakakaka.
Well, everyone including the most learned judge knew that Altantuyaa was blackmailing her ex lover Razak Baginda with such aggression that he became terrified enough to ask for special protection, so most would say there was initially love and lust in their relationship, and then when the passion and ardor turned cool and relationship soured, the blackmailing for money (lucre) kicked in, with the final outcome of loathing, probably of a mutual nature.
But I suppose his Lordship knew best in asserting that motive cannot be the basis to suspect someone, so much so that Karpal Singh was moved to say:
"The High Court has provided a precedent for the acquittal of a person with a motive to murder and charged with abetment without calling his defence."
"It’s the first time in this country that an affidavit used for the purpose of bail and later tendered as an exhibit was used to acquit an accused person."
Mind, I've been NOT surprised by our amazing judiciary ever since the unbelievable (original) Adorna ruling where the Malaysian court (supposedly of law) helped crooks relieve rightful owners of their properties.
Thus it’s hardly surprising and perhaps also politically convenient (also a motive, wakakaka) that most Malaysians would cast their eyes on siapa godfather-nya?
Of course Baginda's close friendship with Najib plus alleged corrupt armed purchases had deepened the suspicions that there had been kow-tim-ness.
Those suspicions were/are all emotional, natural and thus unavoidable, and coupled with the (lack of) reputation of our alleged kow-tim-able judiciary, had led to accusations that our Malaysian Don Corleone might had intervened.
I'd go along with such suspicions as natural but quite emotional rather than coolly logical. We must have evidence for that has been our legal foundations but thus far we lack that evidence.
And just read some of the readers' comments in Malaysiakini on the judge’s dismissal of charges against Razak Baginda, such as “The 2 policemen had no motive to murder Altantuyaa” and ...
... as someone commented in my last post in Exploiting the murder of Altantuyaa Shariibuu that “The UTK goons who were convicted were just the idiots who shouted 'Aye Aye Sir' and carried out the orders. Who gave the order to drop the bomb?”, ...
... I had long come to the conclusion that even if the judge had called Razak Baginda to give his defence and he was subsequently found guilty, those baying out for blood would still not be satisfied.
No sirree, as mentioned above, not with Razak Baginda or even those already ‘found guilty’, namely Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azhar.
Just a reminder, the two policemen were the ones who were the last people with a still-alive Altantuyaa when they whisked her off from Razak Baginda’s house to her sad fate.
But those Malaysiakini readers and Pakatan supporters want Najib’s head. They want him not just as an accessory to the murder (in helping Razak Baginda) but as the murderer.
Why? I suppose we could ask: what's their motive? Wakakaka.
Thus it is sad that today I read Shaariibuu Setev, the father of the late Mongolian woman, said there is still no justice 10 years after Altantuya’s murder, even when the two policemen who murdered her have already been found guilty and sentenced to death. Setev has even accused Australia, Mongolia and Malaysia of colluding to hide the real murderer. I've never heard of such wild accusations.
It has been such a politicized (not just political) issue that some Pakatan supporters had even mourned Shaariibuu Altantuyaa when they might not have even mourn their own grandfather. So what chances would Setev have in their biased midst?
I hope the effort was not wasted without obtaining an 4-Ekor?
Poor Shaariibuu Setev - he has been conned kau kau by certain people into believing only one person fits the bill.
(2) Who really cares about Altantuyaa Shaariibuu?
I titled this post as The Altantuyaa Stat Dec (2), although there is no discussion of Stat Dec within, just to provide a continuation of the earlier post with same title (1), wakakaka