Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Bala vs Anwar

Bala claimed that he was offered RM5 million for retracting his
declaration that Najib is connected to the Altantuya's murder but
then, retracted his declaration again.
Maybe Bala was not paid as much as what he had hoped for, or Anwar
counter offered the RM5million. Is Anwar that much richer and more
powerful than the government of Malaysia?

If Bala rescinded the first SD for RM5million, how much could he be
offered in the first SD. Certainly much less than RM5 million. How
about the 3rd retraction? Can Anwar afford more than RM5 million?

Bala could just be an honest person trying to tell the truth but
feared for his life but he has to run away in order to safeguard his
life. If the Anwar was the person threatening him, why didn't he talk
to even his family after making the 2nd SD.

Why did he disappear forever, even from police and interpol despite
breaking the laws in retracting SDs and these SDs concern the lives of
people that are accused of Murder?

Just imagine the difficulties of anyone in trying to provide evidence
against the ruling party. Just imagine what Anwar had to go through
even now and yet Anwar had been doing it for more than 30 years.


Najib's brother quizzed by MACC over Bala's SD
By Giam Say Khoon

Datuk Seri Mohd
Nazri Abdul Aziz

KUALA LUMPUR (April 12, 2010): Minister in the Prime Minister Datuk
Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz today said that two key witnesses,
including the prime minister's younger brother, implicated in private
investigator P. Balasubramaniam's statutory declaration (SD) on the
murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu have already been questioned.
Disclosing this during a press conference in the parliament lobby
today, Mohd Nazri said the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)
had questioned Datuk Mohammad Nazim Razak and businessman Deepak
Jaikishan who were implicated in Balasubramaniam's SD last year.

"We have (interrogated Mohammad Nazim and Deepak). That's it," he said
when asked for confirmation.

Earlier, in a written reply to Tian Chua (PKR-Batu), Mohd Nazri
informed Parliament that the case was still open and investigations
are at a standstill because the MACC is unable to secure a testimony
from Balasubramaniam.

Tian Chua had asked about the status of investigation into
Balasubramaniam's allegations.

"We are trying to get his (Balasubramaniam's) statement from his
lawyer who is not telling where he is for his safety," said Nazri.

Last November, Balasubramaniam alleged in his SD that Deepak had urged
him to withdraw his declaration made on July 2, 2008 which linked
Mongolian model Altantuya's death to Najib. He also claimed that
Mohammad Nazim, an architect, had offered him RM5 million to retract
his declaration.

Najib has repeatedly denied speculations that he is in any way
connected to Altantuya's death. -- theSun

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