Mongolian Beauty - Shot and Blown To Bits
My heart goes to her son! I have a son of 4 and half of age and could not imagine him going through this very hearthbreaking incident. Attantuya Sariibu @ Aminah Abdullah was murdered brutally, execution-style somewhere in Puncak Alam. One will never imagine this will happen in peaceful Malaysia, but behold, it has already happened.
You see, this incident has very much to do with the 10 Commanments:
The 6th Commandment: Do not kill.
The 7th Commandment: Do not commit adultery.
I believe God knows best what that means when He came out with the 10 Commandments. Yes, the 10 Commandments were delivered to Moses for the people of Israel, but don't you think they apply to each and everyone of us too? A sin will create another sin, and another sin and another sin.....
I am not going to point my finger to Abdul Razak Baginda and the three police personnels that have been detained to assist the investigation on this murder case. If they are prooved to be the murderers, may God have mercy on them. As human, it is up to us to react to the outcome of the case. But remember that God is the Judge of all judge.
To brief readers of the chronology of the case, I will rewrite the information extract from the media reports:
Aminah, her sister Altantuya and their cousin check into a hotel in the city;s Chinatown distrct.
They have meeting with a private investigator whose services they have engaged. The investigator went to work and his clients spent the next few days as tourists. Several days later, the investigator meets up with the political analyst (Abd Razak) at his office and allegedly makes certain demands on behalf of his client.
Political Analyst lodged a police report, alleging that he was being intimidated by certain individuals.
Several days later, Aminah turns up at the political analyst office's building but turned away by a security guard. She told the guard to pass message to the political analyst that she was pregnant with his child.
Aminah and her sister turned up at the PA home in Bukit Damansara in a taxi. A security stopped her from entering and warned her to leave. She left and returned to the hotel after being threatened by the guard. Several hours later, she left the hotel. That was the last time she was seen alive.
Aminah's sister lodged a police report, saying that her sister has been missing. She identified the PA as a prime suspect.
The PA lodged a police report alleging he had been a victim of a major extortion, and had been harrased by unidentified individuals.
Police begin probe. A woman detective from the anti-vice and gaming branch in PJ is arrested.
A Chief Inspector from the Special Action Squad at the Federal police headquarters is the second personnel nabbed.
Police seized close circuit surveillance camera recordings from the hotel where the women had been residing. A third police personnel is taken into custody.
A police party arrested the PA at his office in Jalan Ampang. After combing an area near Puncak Alam in Shah Alam, forensic team found bone fragments believed to be that of Aminah.
God, have mercy on my country, Malaysia.