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Malaysiakini: Petra: Isteri Najib di ‘lokasi jenayah’

Posted on: June 21, 2008

Jun 20, 08 10:33pm
Siapa lagi kalau bukan Raja Petra Kamaruddin – walaupun Datuk Seri Najib Razak beberapa kali menafikannya sebelum ini.

Kali ini pengendali blog Malaysia Today meningkatkan kredibiliti dakwaannya melalui satu akuan bersumpah di mahkamah tinggi Kuala Lumpur kelmarin – masih lagi mengaitkan isteri timbalan perdana menteri dengan kes pembunuhan wanita Mongolia, Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Seperti artikelnya awal bulan lalu yang menyeretnya ke mahkamah, yang pernah dijawab dan dijelaskan oleh setiausaha akhbar timbalan perdana menteri, akuan bersumpah ini diberikan perhatian serius oleh pihak Najib.

“Kami sedang meneliti perkara ini. Akuan bersumpah itu memang membingungkan dan mengelirukan,” kata setiausahanya Datuk Tengku Sarifuddin Tengku Ahmad kepada Malaysiakini hari ini.

Beliau bagaimanapun tidak menyatakan secara khusus bentuk-bentuk tindakan seterusnya yang bakal diambil.

Najib dan Rosmah telah berulangkali menafikan mereka ada kaitan dengan kes pembunuhan berprofil tinggi itu dan menyifatkan dakwaan tersebut tidak lebih daripada perbuatan untuk “memfitnah dan mereka-reka cerita”.

Dalam akuan sumpahnya, Raja Petra menuduh Rosmah antara individu yang berada di tempat kejadian ketika Altantuya dibunuh pada 19 Oktober 2006.

Katanya, beliau mendapat maklumat yang boleh dipercayai bahawa antara kira-kira jam 10 malam 19 Oktober 2006 dan awal pagi berikutnya, malam mangsa dibunuh, terdapat tiga orang lagi di tempat kejadian.

Beliau menamakan dua individu lagi itu sebagai seorang kolonel, yang menurutnya seorang pakar bom ‘C4’ dan isterinya yang yang dikatakan pengawal peribadi Rosmah.

Laporan perisikan

Mayat Altantuya didakwa telah hancur dibom dengan ‘C4’ di sebuah kawasan hutan di Puncak Alam, Shah Alam. Kes perbicaraan pembunuhannya masih berjalan di Mahkamah Tinggi Shah Alam.

Dalam akuan itu, Raja Petra mendakwa kolonel itu yang memasang bom C4 di beberapa tempat di badan Altantuya, dengan disaksikan oleh Rosmah dan pengawal peribadinya.

Raja Petra mendakwa lagi, beliau membuat akuan itu kerana beliau mempunyai maklumat yang boleh dipercayai mengenai pembabitan orang-orang berkenaan yang sehingga ini belum dikaitkan atau dipanggil sebagai saksi oleh pihak pendakwaraya dalam kes perbicaraan kes tersebut.

Penulis blog sensasi itu berkata, beliau juga membuat akuan bersumpah tersebut kerana beliau sedar bahawa menjadi kesalahan jika tidak mendedahkan bukti-bukti yang boleh membantu polis dalam siasatan kes jenayah.

Ketika dihubungi Malaysiakini hari ini, Raja Petra mengesahkan kandungan akuan bersumpah tersebut – yang kini dimuatkan di sebuah blog (bukan Malaysia Today).

Beliau juga mendakwa dalam akuannya itu bahawa beliau mendapat maklumat bahawa perdana menteri Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menyedari mengenai dakwaan pembabitan isteri Najib.

Raja Petra mendakwa lagi, Abdullah menerima satu laporan bertulis daripada pihak perisikan tentera, yang mengesahkan pendedahan beliau itu.

Laporan tersebut, dakwa Raja Petra, kemudiannya diserahkan kepada menantu perdana menteri, Khairy Jamaluddin untuk disimpan dengan selamat.

Selain Abdullah dan Khairy, dakwa Raja Petra, “seorang Sultan juga telah dimaklumkan mengenai perkara tersebut dan menyedari tentang tuduhan berkenaan.”

Dakwaan terbaru

Penulis itu bagaimanapun tidak mendedahkan beberapa nama yang didakwanya mempunyai maklumat tentang perkara itu.

Raja Petra berkata, beliau membuat akuan bersumpah itu untuk menggesa semua pihak berkenaan tampil bagi mendedahkan maklumat sebenar agar polis dapat menjalankan siasatan terperinci.

Dalam temubual melalui telefon, Raja Petra menjelaskan alasannya tidak melaporkan dakwaan terbarunya itu kepada polis.

Penulis blog berkata, memandangkan tiada tindakan diambil terhadap laporan polisnya pada 2001 – ketika beliau mendakwa dipukul oleh seorang pegawai polis berpangkat tinggi – beliau tidak yakin lagi untuk membuat laporan polis.

Polis telah menyiasat Raja Petra awal bulan lalu berhubung artikelnya bertajuk ‘Let’s send the Altantuya murderers to hell’ – juga mengaitkan Najib dan Rosnah dalam kes pembunuhan kontroversi itu.

Penganalisa politik Abdul Razak Baginda – yang dikaitkan dengan menteri pertahanan itu – dan dua anggota polis pasukan khas UTK sedang dibicarakan berhubung pembunuhan wanita Mongolia itu.

Jika sabit kesalahan, ketiga-tiganya boleh dikenakan hukuman mati.

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Raja Petra: ‘Rosmah at murder scene’
Beh Lih Yi | Jun 20, 08 7:15pm
“It’s mindboggling!” – that’s how Raja Petra Kamarudin’s statutory declaration alleging that Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak’s wife was at the murder scene of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu was described today.

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An aide to Najib also said they were aware of this latest claim made by Raja Petra, who also runs the Malaysia Today website.

“At the moment, we are looking into it. This is a very mind-boggling statutory declaration,” said the aide when contacted.The latest allegation hurled at Rosmah Mansor was made by well-known blogger Raja Petra via a statutory declaration signed at the Kuala Lumpur High Court on Wednesday.

The aide however refused to comment if any action could be taken against Raja Petra.

rosmah mansor najib wife 261004Najib and Rosmah (left) have repeatedly denied they are linked to the killing of Altantuya, describing the widely-known allegations was nothing more than ‘slander and concocted stories’.

In his latest bombshell, Raja Petra accused Rosmah as among three individuals who were present when Altantuya was murdered on Oct 19, 2006.

“I have been reliably informed that between about 10pm on October 19, 2006 and early hours of the following day, the night Altantuya Shaariibuu was murdered, three other people were also present at the scene of crime,” he said, according to his two-page statutory declaration.

He named the two other individuals as one acting colonel Aziz Buyong, who is described as ‘a C4 expert’ and the latter’s wife, known only as Norhayati, who is also said to be Rosmah’s aide de camp.

‘A crime not to reveal’

Altantuya’s body is alleged to have been blown up with C4 explosives at a secondary forest in Puncak Alam, Shah Alam. The murder trial is currently ongoing at the Shah Alam High Court.

“My informer states that Aziz was the person who placed the C4 on various parts of Altantuya’s body witnessed by Rosmah and Norhayati,” Raja Petra claimed in the document.

“I make this statutory declaration because I have been reliably informed about the involvement of these three people who have thus far not been implicated in the murder nor called as witnesses by the prosecution in the ongoing trial at the Shah Alam High Court.

“I also make this statutory declaration because I am aware that it is a crime not to reveal evidence that may help the police in its investigation of the crime,” read the document, which was first posted on the bigdogdotcom blog run by another blogger.

umno selangor najib muhyiddin event anti pak lah banners 160408 05Raja Petra, contacted by Malaysiakini, has confirmed the content of the document.

He further alleged that he has also been ‘reliably informed’ that Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi knows of Najib’s (right) wife alleged involvement.

“[…] Abdullah has received a written report from military intelligence confirming what I have revealed and this report was subsequently handed over to his son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin for safekeeping,” he said.

Apart from Abdullah and Khairy, Raja Petra claimed “one of the (Malay) Rulers” has also been briefed about the matter and is fully aware of the allegation.

He said he has agreed not to reveal their names other than mention that the prime minister and his son-in-law have been given a copy of the military intelligence’s report.

Police inaction over report

“The purpose of this statutory declaration is to urge all these parties who have been duly informed and have knowledge of this matter to come forward to reveal the truth so that the police are able to conduct a proper and thorough investigation into the murder of Altantuya.

“And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the provisions of the Statutory Declaration Act, 1960,” he said in his declaration.

altantuya razak baginda mongolian murder case 030907In the phone interview, Raja Petra explained why he did not lodge a police report on the latest allegation which could lead to a fresh police probe on the Altantuya (left) murder.

The blogger said since there was no action over a police report he had lodged in a separate case in 2001 when he was allegedly beaten up by a high-ranking policeman, “I am not bothered in making a police report”.

When asked why the document was posted elsewhere instead of his own Malaysia Today site, he retorted: “Why must it be published on my site?”

Raja Petra was called in for police questioning early last month over an article titled ‘Let’s send the Altantuya murderers to hell’ in which he implicated Najib and Rosmah in the high-profile murder case.

A close aide to Najib, political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda and two police special operations force personnel have been charged with the murder of the Mongolian national.

All three have pleaded not guilty in the ongoing trial. They face the death sentence should they be found guilty.

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