Kisah Najib dan Altantuya semalam sekali lagi menghiasi dada akhbar di luar negara meskipun ianya digelapkan oleh media yang ditunggangi UMNO/BN di negara ini..
Kisah pembunuhan kejam ini pernah di siarkan oleh Akhbar Kanada ( SINI ) dan ( SINI ) serta Akhbar Kambodia ( SINI ) dan Hong Kong ( SINI )
Kini ianya disiarkan di Australia pula...
Akhbar berpengaruh Australia, The Age meramalkan skandal pembunuhan Altantuya Shaariibu yang dikaitkan dengan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak akan menjejaskan peluang Umno BN dalam pilihan raya umum (PRU) akan datang.
“Najib menafikan penglibatannya, tetapi dakwaan tersebut tidak akan hilang. Internet di Malaysia sedang ‘panas’ dengan pendedahan seorang ahli perniagaan yang tidak berpuas hati dengannya, Deepak Jaikishan, yang mempunyai hubungan dengan Umno,” tulis portal akhbar itu semalam.
Menurut akhbar berkenaan, pendedahan Deepak juga merupakan sebahagian usaha untuk membongkar misteri pembunuhan warga Mongolia itu pada 2006.
Akhbar itu turut mengaitkan pembelian dua kapal selam dianggarkan bernilai USD2 bilion pada 2002, ketika Najib menjadi Menteri Pertahanan.
The Age turut mengaitkan hubungan Abdul Razak Baginda, yang dituduh membunuh Altantuya namun dibebaskan mahkamah pada 2009.
“Antara tuntutan yang dibuat oleh Deepak seperti dinyatakan kepada pembangkang dan laman web bebas adalah bukti akuan bersumpah pada 2008 oleh penyiasat, (P) Balasubramaniam yang menyatakan Najib mempunyai hubungan seksual dengan Altantuya.
Malaysian PM caught up in murder, bribery scandal
THE plot has all the trappings of a B-grade movie: the murder of a glamorous Mongolian socialite amid allegations of high-level bribery, blackmail, betrayal and political cover-up.
But these are real-life events, and they could set back the chances of Malaysia's ruling coalition in an election that Prime Minister Najib Razak must call by midyear.
Mr Najib denies involvement but the allegations will not go away. The internet in Malaysia is running hot with allegations by a disaffected businessman, Deepak Jaikishan, who is well connected in the ruling United Malays National Organisation.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (L) and his successor Najib Razak shakes hands after casting their votes for the deputy president of the the ruling party United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) at general assembly in Kuala Lumpur on March 26, 2009.
Malaysia's outgoing premier Badawi issued a damning indictment of the ruling party, saying it was contaminated by greed, complacency and internal rivalries.
They relate in part to the alleged cover-up of the murder of 28-year-old Mongolian fashion model and translator Altantuya Shaariibuu in a patch of jungle in the Kuala Lumpur suburbs in 2006.
The second part of the controversy is driven by an inquiry in France into a complex money trail left by Malaysia's $US2 billion purchase of two French-Spanish built Scorpene submarines in 2002 while Mr Najib was defence minister.
Ms Shaariibuu worked as a translator in the latter stages of the deal negotiations. Political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda speaks during a news conference in Kuala Lumpur November 20, 2008. Razak, a former aide to Malaysian deputy prime minister Najib Razak, moved on Thursday to exonerate Najib's name in a case involving the murder of a Mongolian woman that dogged the country's next leader.
The link between the two events is a Ferrari-driving businessman, Abdul Razak Baginda, one of Mr Najib's best friends and policy advisers, who was the director of the Malaysian Strategic Research Centre.
Mr Najib, who is preparing to contest his first election since being installed in power by his party in 2009, denies ever meeting Ms Shaariibuu or having any link with her. The government denies any wrongdoing in the submarine purchases.
But it was two of Mr Najib's bodyguards who dragged Ms Shaariibuu from a car, knocked her unconscious and shot her twice in the head on October 19, 2006, according to court testimony. She had begged for her life and apparently that of her unborn child.
The killers then wrapped her body in C4 plastic explosives obtained from the military and blew her up, ensuring the foetus was destroyed along with the identity of the father. For good measure, they erased her entry into Malaysia from immigration records.
The Scorpene submarine story has been tumbling out since 2002 when Mr Najib ordered them from French ship builder DCNS.
Two French investigating magistrates are looking into so-called ''commission'' payments of about $US160 million into companies reportedly set up by Mr Baginda. Documents have been seized from the DCNS offices in Paris.
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