Saturday, 21 June 2008

Rosmah Present At Altantuya's Murder

Sometimes I complain about the minor issues in life, like say, random military fighter aircraft parts being brought into Malaysia under rather shoddy pretexts.

And then it hits me, we have more explosive issues than that to deal with.

No pun intended.

Who would have thought that good ole Rosmah Mansur, wife of the Deputy Prime Minister would have been present at the graphic murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaaribuu?

This latest bit of news also implicates Rosmah's aide de camp (or personal assistant) and her husband Col Aziz Buyong who was an expert on explosives and allegedly placed the explosives on Altantuya's body before blowing it up to kingdom come.

Now I understand that this Mongolian woman had been getting her way with men who couldn't keep their pricks in their pants, but really, was it necessary to blow her up using highly dangerous plastic C4 explosives??

The very cold and brutal manner of silencing a woman whose job it was to enhance communication is mind-boggling (to use a term much abused these days).

And it is evident, that those involved thought they could keep this nasty bit of news under wraps forever.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Of course it was necessary. She was carrying someones baby. But whose baby? whose baby had to die by c4? who can it be? wild guess please...