Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Terrible Morning Shock

What our world had turned into? first we get breaking and entering during the 80s, robbing during the 90s and the new millennium? we get snatch thefts everywhere and not to mention, the latest, Headshots and C4 bombs...

I think we can blame soneone for this, blame counter strike! this game is widely spread in the online game world. every youngster from every country is now playing this, getting guns shooting one another and oh ya, you get to plant C4 explosives as well! hehe

This in a way had taught us well enough on how to hold a gun and just pull the bloody trigger. and C4s well i'm not sure, they may be all crazy enough to go to a bombing school opened by bin laden's family or something to learn. But this artical below is just all wrong. very wrong indeed. Hitting a girl is bad enough, what more bombing and shooting one? Goodness!!

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have picked up a prominent political analyst attached with a politically well-connected think-tank for questioning over the gruesome murder of a Mongolian model whose body was blown to bits.
The man, who is in his 40s, was taken from his office in Ampang here by several policemen at about 10am yesterday.
The private think-tank conducts research and prints publications on politics, economics, defence and international relations.
The analyst is being detained at the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman where he is assisting a special task force set up to probe the murder of 28-year-old Altantuya Shaariibuu.
The analyst is expected to be remanded today.
Altantuya, who goes by the name Anna and said to be a stunning beauty from Ulaanbaatar, arrived in Kuala Lumpur about a month ago.
She reportedly went missing about three weeks ago.
Sources said a report lodged by her sister and cousin led to the arrest of three police personnel – a chief inspector, a woman detective and a corporal with the Special Action Force or SAF, more commonly known as the Unit Tindakan Khas.
The corporal is part of a pool of SAF members used to guard VIPs and other dignitaries.
All three police personnel have been remanded by the police.
Yesterday, magistrate Azniza Mohd Ali ordered the remand of the corporal while the chief inspector and woman detective were remanded on Thursday.

On Monday, more than 40 police officers, including those from the Forensic Department, went to the crime scene at Subang Dam, Puncak Alam in Selangor, where they found bone fragments believed to be that of Altantuya in some bushes.

Police believe she was shot twice and her body blown to bits.
It is understood that C4 explosives were used to blow up her body in an effort to destroy evidence.

GRISLY FIND: The spot where Altantuya was blown up in Puncak Alam, Selangor. — STARpic by AZHAR MAHFOF

C4 or Composition 4 is a common but powerful explosive used for demolition work.
Police are said to be putting together the circumstances that led to Altantuya visiting the man at his house here, where she was said to have confronted him.

They said the police also wanted to find out whether the man had summoned three police officers to take Altantuya away from the house.

Her sister and cousin lodged police reports when Altantuya did not return after leaving her hotel on Oct 19.

She was staying at Hotel Malaya in Jalan Hang Lekir.
Sources said police also wanted to know when the man and the Mongolian model first met and whether there was any sexual relationship between them and if he had fathered a son with the woman.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said he had ordered a thorough investigation to be conducted and promised that there would be no cover-up.

“Whoever is involved would be brought to book regardless of his stature.
“I am also going to find out how and who authorised the issuance of the explosives used in the murder,” he said.
This artical was taken from the star newspaper today.

Then What do you have to say about this? Leaders fighting with one another, so much for unity huh? if the goverment cant stand amongst themselves, how could they unite us as Malaysians? I'm just too tired to comment about this coutnry already.

KUALA LUMPUR: Efforts to mend fences with former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad would be a waste of time, said Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

“It is for the Prime Minister to decide; but if you ask me, I would say, forget it because he (Dr Mahathir) not only attacked the party and the Government but also talked about the Prime Minister needing to be replaced, and that cannot be tolerated. He has crossed the line,” she said.

Rafidah also said that she would not forgive her former mentor for the accusations he had made against her over the Approved Permits issue.

“I will never forgive him for accusing me of all kinds of things. I cannot take it any more, I have reached boiling point,” she said.
“In Islam, fitnah (slander) is worse than murder. It’s better to murder me. Then, I would be dead and gone. Instead, what he says comes out in every media all over the world.

“I do not accept his accusations against me and I don’t know where he gets his information. He has been misguided.”

The International Trade and Industry Minister said Umno should forget about trying to mend fences with Dr Mahathir or even listening to his criticisms.

“I say, forget it. He not only had a private meeting with the Prime Minister, he taped it, then held two press conferences. Where does that leave us, especially the accusations made against me? And he goes and tells the media that I should be resigning,” she added.

Rafidah said this was not the time for party members to be double-faced or to sit on the fence.
“We have no sides in Umno and the present Umno is led by (Datuk Seri) Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. No Umno member, whether a past president or past prime minister has the right to hold sway over three million members who just want unity, and for the present leadership to lead the Barisan Nasional and the country.”

She said that when Dr Mahathir retired, she thought he would play a guiding role.
“His statement that we are a half-past-six government is giving the country a bad image.”
However, she said she would not stop delegates to the Wanita Umno assembly starting on Tuesday from debating the “Tun issue”.


Roland said...

Ya, what has the world come to? So many misguided thoughts and actions from people whose minds have been literally blinded by media and like you said it, even PC games. Don't know, but it certainly seems like the world's getting more dangerous.

We have to continue to pray and seek His grace and favoour, to preserve the land, that people will turn to Him.

Calv said...

haha tell me about it. our world is changing. today's newspaper at the star page N35 said that our world is changing into the wild west already. so i guess this is how it's going to be. sigh