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Majlis Peguam Didesak Untuk Cari Peguam Misteri di Belakang SD Kedua Bala

Posted: 01 Jan 2013 05:21 AM PST

The Malaysian Insider

Majlis Peguam hari ini dikritik kerana melengah-lengahkan waktu untuk mendedahkan identiti peguam di belakang kontroversi akuan bersumpah kedua P Balasubramaniam (gambar) mengenai pembunuhan warga Mongolia Altantuya Shariibuu pada tahun 2006, walaupun sudah banyak petunjuk diberikan.

Peguam Americk Singh Sidhu yang mewakili bekas penyiasat persendirian itu memberitahu The Malaysian Insider Majlis Peguam harus mempercepatkan siasatan kes berprofil tinggi itu yang sebelum ini dikaitkan dengan pegawai tertinggi kerajaan, muncul semula menjelang pilihan raya umum ke 13 yang akan berlangsung tidak lama lagi.

"Saya mencadangkan Majlis Peguam keberatan untuk menyiasat kes ini," katanya apabila dihubungi hari ini.

Majlis Peguam sebuah badan mengatur tugas profesional hampir 14,000 pengamal undang-undang negara berkata mereka sedang menyiasat kemungkinan berlakunya salahlaku dalam merangka akuan bersumpah (SD) kedua Balasubramaniam yang bercanggah dengan akuan bersumpah pertama dibuat sehari sebelum itu, tentang kematian penterjemah kerajaan untuk rundingan membeli dua kapal selam Perancis beberapa tahun lalu.

"Mereka boleh serahkan perkara tersebut kepada badan disiplin untuk tindakan," kata Americk sambil menambah Majlis Peguam dalam bidang kuasanya boleh menubuhkan panel inkuiri.

Misteri menyelubungi identiti peguam Balasubramaniam yang merangka akuan bersumpah kedua bertarikh sehari selepas SD pertama pada 3 Julai 2008 berkenaan dengan pembunuhan Altantuya dimana dua anggota polis Unit Tindakan Khas (UTK) yang telah dijatuhkan hukuman bunuh.

Dalam surat terbuka awal hari ini, Americk berkata peranan Arunampalam sebagai peguam yang merangka SD kedua Balasubramaniam telah disanggah oleh Deepak Jaikishan yang juga terlibat di sekeliling kejadian berkaitan kedua-dua akuan bersumpah Balasubramaniam.

Beliau mengatakan kesemua petunjuk sudah diserahkan kepada Majlis Peguam untuk bertindak dan menasihatkan badan tersebut untuk menyiasat peguam yang sebelum ini bekerja dengan ahli politik dinyatakan dalam akuan bersumpah Balasubramaniam dan untuk menyiasat mereka dalam inkuiri.

Retraction of the Altantuya SD: ONLY ONE MAN STOOD TO GAIN

Posted: 01 Jan 2013 05:01 AM PST

Malaysia Chronicle

Private eye P Balasubramaniam affirmed his first statutory declaration (SD) on July 1, 2008. It was released at a press conference held at the PKR headquarters on July 3 that year. It was 55 paragraphs long.

A host of personalities were mentioned in this first SD. They are as follows (in the sequence they appear); Abdul Razak Baginda; private investigator Ang; murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaaribuu; Rowena Abdul Razak; Suras Kumar; Dhiren Norendra; Najib Razak; Lance Corporal Rohaniza; Azilah Hadri; Sirul Azahar; Amy; DSP Musa Safri; DSP Idris and ASP Tonny.

The second SD, which emerged a day later, purposefully referred to only seven of those 55 paragraphs set out in the first SD.

These seven paragraphs (8, 25, 28, 49, 50, 51 and 52), were specifically identified and transcribed, after which their contents were traversed in the order they appeared in the first SD. In other words, these paragraphs were intentionally extracted from the first SD, repeated and subsequently retracted by denial. No other details appearing in that first SD were touched upon or even mentioned.

It may be an unfortunate coincidence that each and every paragraph so traversed in the second SD specifically bore reference to Najib. Nothing of all the other personalities mentioned in the first SD was referred to. Only the details relating to Najib were set out in the second SD and retracted.

This, by a very rudimentary analysis, would lead any reasonably minded person to surmise that the personality standing to benefit from this partial second SD retraction must have been the one whose name had been mentioned in the paragraphs referred to above. There is no logical reason why anyone else would have been interested.

This, by a simple process of deduction, indicates that Najib or someone close enough to him, entrusted or vested with an interest to maintain and preserve a favourable public perception of him, must have been instrumental in the organisation of a very rapid attempt to stifle what must have been perceived as a formidable threat to his pending ascension to the position of prime minister.

Who drafted the second SD?

Unfortunately, matters such as this, if done in haste, will eventually unravel.

It has recently emerged that a lawyer(s) other than M Arunampalam, was/were involved in receiving instructions to formulate a 'U-turn’ SD to be signed by Balasubramaniam . It had been assumed Arunampalam was instrumental in the drafting of this second SD, for the simple reason he turned up purporting to represent Balasubramaniam at that infamous press conference held in the lobby of the Prince Hotel in the morning of July 4, 2008.

However, as we now know, carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan has dispelled that assumption. He has said Arunampalam was there basically as a stooge for the person(s) behind these shenanigans. He was used by Deepak as a player in the entire plot.

It is no secret Arunampalam has been Deepak’s lawyer in certain property transactions in the past. Appearing for someone he had never met and knew nothing about was probably a rather tenuous extension of the conveyancing portfolio he was handling for Deepak. Let’s leave it at that.

We now know Arunalpalam didn’t draft or prepare that second SD. Deepak has said so.

So who received instructions, ostensibly from Najib, or one or more of his cohorts, to do this?

Out of the 14,000 odd practising lawyers registered with the Bar Council, it can reasonably be assumed that only a handful of these lawyers would have had the privilege of being at the beck and call of Najib or his entourage.

We have now narrowed down the range of potential participants. This should assist the Bar Council in its endeavours to trace the culprit(s) who unilaterally and without instructions, drafted a false statutory declaration for my client to sign under circumstances in which the question of voluntariness remains highly suspect.

A revisit of the contents of that first SD is appropriate at this juncture.

Balasubramaniam’s motives

What was the purpose of releasing that first SD? The answer lies in paragraph 54.

This paragraph sets out in detail the reasons why it was affirmed. These details need to be repeated so that the entire issue can be contextualised and afforded some prominence as it appears the wood is being ignored in favour of the trees and weeds.

The reason why Balasubramaniam affirmed this first SD was primarily due to the fact that the Altantuya murder trial was still on going at that stage and he was concerned that a massive cover-up was being orchestrated to detract from the most crucial question in the entire trial, the question which is still on everyone’s lips until today… what was the motive for this murder?

Balasubramaniam’s complaint was that although he had been called as a prosecution witness, he was not asked, during examination-in-chief or under cross-examination, fundamentally basic and pertinent questions relating to individuals who could throw some light on the chain of command.

Paragraph 54 of that first SD sets out the reasons why it was made and I reproduce those contents as follows: (Balasubramaniam said he wished to):

State his disappointment at the standard of investigations conducted by the authorities into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Altantuya.

Bring to the notice of the relevant authorities the strong possibility that there were individuals other than the three accused who must have played a role in the murder of Altantuya.

Persuade the relevant authorities to reopen their investigations into this case immediately so that any fresh evidence may be presented to the court prior to submissions at the end of the prosecutions’ case.

Emphasise the fact that having been a member of the Royal Malaysian Police for 17 years, he was absolutely certain no police officer would shoot someone in the head and blow up his or her body without receiving specific instructions from their superiors first.

Express his concern that should the defence not be called in the said murder trial, the accused, Azilah and Sirul, would not have to swear on oath and testify as to the instructions they received and from whom they were given.

Explanation needed

As it turns out, Balasubramaniam’s predictions were rather accurate to a large extent.

Abdul Razak Baginda was acquitted at the end of the prosecutions’ case and both Azilah and Sirul chose not to give evidence in their defence, which effectively meant they were not subject to cross examination. (They gave statements from the dock instead).

In other words, all three accused were spared the embarrassment of having to actually answer very relevant questions which would have revealed a motive for the murder. This is of course based on the assumption that the prosecution were ready and prepared to ask these very pertinent questions.

It is also rather intriguing to note that despite my making it very clear at that initial press conference that some of the material Balasubramaniam was alluding to was hearsay in the sense he was merely repeating what Razak Baginda had told him, these revelations have never been denied by Razak Baginda, despite having had every opportunity to do so once he had been acquitted.

What has been stated above is not intended to cast unwarranted aspersions on any individual involved but merely serves as an objective analysis of the circumstances surrounding this whole issue which I believe necessitates an explanation, especially in light of the recent revelations made by Deepak, all of which have yet to be disputed by the individuals named or implicated.

This reticence, unfortunately, only lends credence to these aspersions.

Americk Sidhu is a past president of the Bar Council and had also acted as Bala’s lawyer

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