Sunday, November 12, 2006

Mongolian Model's Sexy Pics (Before Murder)

Top Malaysian Political Figure Held in Gruesome Slaying of "Stunning" Mongolian Model

One of Malaysia's most prominent political analysts has been remanded to custody by police in connection with the gruesome slaying of a Mongolian fashion model who claimed that he was her husband and the father of her 16-month old child.
The saga began when Altantuya "Anna" Shaaribuu, a woman described as "stunning" in press reports, arrived in Kuala Lumpur from Mongolia on Oct. 6 intent on seeing Abdullah Razak Baginda, a well known political figure with close ties to the ruling party. The woman reportedly wanted him to acknowledge his role as the baby's father. The woman's body was later found after being shot twice and blown to bits, either with hand grenades or C4 explosives.
Shaaribuu, accompanied by her sister and a cousin, charged that the baby was the product of a relationship she had with Baginda, when he visited Mongolia two years ago. The model, who may also have gone by the name Anna Ana Ang or Aminah, according to the Bernama News Agency, even claimed the analyst was her husband. Baginda is divorced.
Baginda is now described as "assisting the police in their investigation" along with three Malaysian police personnel including a corporal and a woman detective from the Special Action Force or SAF, who is part of a pool used to guard VIPs and other dignitaries. All have been remanded to custody.
One of the most accessible and quotable of local analysts, Baginda is a frequent source for journalists because of his ties to Najib Abdul Razak, the deputy prime minister and long time defense minister. Razak even wrote the forward to "Malaysia and the Islamic World" a book edited by Baginda and published in 2004. For more than a decade Baginda has been the executive director of the Malaysia Strategic Research Institute, which is technically a private think-tank but has close connections to the Malaysian armed forces and the United Malays National Organisation, the largest party in the ruling coalition.
According to news reports, Shaaribuu found out where Baginda lived, but she never got to see him. Police say she did receive a phone call to meet him on Oct. 29. But according to news reports she was seized by several individuals, pushed into a car and driven away, never to be seen again.
When she did not return to her hotel, the sister and cousin lodged reports with the police, and eventually with the Mongolian honorary consul. Ultimately, a task force of 40 police officers was assembled to put together the circumstances that led the woman to visit Baginda's house, and whether he had summoned the three police officers to take her away.
Local news reports also indicated that police are investigating where the model and Baginda first met and whether they had had a sexual relationship. Musa Hassan, the inspector general of police, said he is asking for a thorough investigation and promised that there will be no cover-up.
"Whoever is involved will be brought to book regardless of his stature," Musa told reporters. "I am also going to find out how and who authorized the issuance of the explosives used in the murder."


At 12:47 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

wah lau ehh....
so damn nice..
pity she's in pieces now !

At 5:13 AM , Blogger Melvin Lee said...

Yeah tell me about it :(

At 6:55 AM , Blogger Raven Angel said...

Apparently, there is no concrete evident that those photos belong to the victim.... However, GOSH, I hate to imagine a beautiful woman being blown to bits!! It's not fair (T__T)

At 5:09 PM , Blogger Melvin Lee said...

What a waste huh.
Yeah the news mentioned that the photoes authenticity is yet to be questioned.

At 9:32 PM , Blogger Raven Angel said...

"...Meanwhile, pictures of a woman bearing a striking resemblance to Altantuya Shaaribuu, which were published in The Star on Saturday, are those of South Korean actress and pop singer Lee Hae Ryeon.

Readers have written and pointed out the South Korean actress-singer was also known to her fans as U-Nee.

An e-mail with the subject title Altantuya@Mongolia had been circulating stating that the pictures were that of the Mongolian woman

Altantuya's father had also said that the pictures were not those of his daughter...."

Taken from

Oh well, they are not her photos (But the woman is still pretty).... So, case closed.

At 11:26 PM , Blogger Melvin Lee said...

Thanks for the enlightment. Case closed then. Thank God this girl in the photo is alive. Now I can finally fantasize about her. Okay chaps don't disturb me. I will be in my private room for an hour.


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