Thursday, July 10, 2008

Bala Is Safe And Sound...

...but he's not telling where he is. Neither are the police.

So, we only know, or rather we have been told that his whereabouts is somewhere in "a neighbouring Asean country" (according to Bukit Aman CID chief Mohd Bakri Zinin).

Bakri confirmed that police had gone to this neighbouring Asean country to meet Mr P.I, and had already taken his statement.

But, Bakri refused to divulged Balasubramaniam's whereabouts when pressed for it.

He also said the police weren't happy with allegations that they are behind his disappearance.

"We have no motive in this matter. I am unhappy with assumptions from people that we are involved in this,” he told a Press conference at the Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters today.

Okay. Let me (Nuraina) be frank here. Under the circumstances and in the wake of some very explosive "disclosures" -- ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

Hence, the speculations. And, all, very unpleasant, unsavoury and ugly, I'm sure. (Not good for the health.)

Anyway, Bakri said that the police are trying to wrap up investigations. So, y'all. Please give them time and space.

(source: Malaysiakini)

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5 comments:

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

There's now no hiding place
Where you can hide your face
Better not be easily misplaced
Lest you become totally displaced

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 110708
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Fri. 11th July 2008.

Anonymous said...

IN THAILAND LAH !! he has called nephews using police hp, the aunt said !

kittykat46 said...

One thing I'm very clear - don't go for fish-head curry with any policemen friends, no matter how "friendly" you are with them.

kahsinaw said...

These 2 articles are from the NST

Article 1 : Dogs left in deplorable conditions

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The two Rottweilers left in their cages since six days ago.

RAWANG: Everybody seems to be wondering where private investigator P. Balasubramaniam and his family are.

Nobody, however, seems to care about the fate of the "other members" of the family -- Balasubramaniam's two Rottweilers.

The dogs have been left in their cages at the family's home here since Thursday, when Balasubramaniam, his wife and three children were last seen.

A visit by the New Straits Times to the house in Taman Pelangi showed the dogs still in their cages, living in deplorable conditions, with their own faeces littered across the floor.

When the NST first visited the house last week, the dogs were friendly and lively. Yesterday, they were lethargic and just lay where they were.
Fortunately, someone has been feeding the dogs, as evident by two bags of dog biscuits left on a shelf near the cages.

The kind stranger, whose presence surprisingly was never noticed by Balasubramaniam's neighbours, had also filled up the animals' water bowls.

"I don't know who brought the food, fed the dogs or filled up their water bowls, as most of us staying here are too busy to notice what goes around at that house," said a neighbour, who declined to be identified.

However, the stranger's kindness stopped there, as no effort was made to clean up the cages, causing a stench to permeate the air.

This, perhaps, is understandable, as to clean up the cages would require opening them and releasing the dogs, which may attack an unfamiliar face.

"We cannot do anything to help for the time being. The gates are locked, nobody has the keys to the house and we never received any instructions from the houseowner," said the neighbour.

Article 2 : Dogs cared for in private eye's absence
By : David Yeow
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M. Sadasivam playing with Shaariibuu, one of two Rottweilers. — NST picture by Salim Shaari

RAWANG: Healthy, well-fed and blissfully ignorant of their owners' disappearance.

This sums up the condition of Monde and Shaariibuu -- P. Balasubramaniam's two pet Rottweilers.

It has been two weeks since the private investigator went into hiding with his wife and three children, leaving behind two dogs and a Honda CRV at his single-storey house in Taman Pelangi, Rawang.

The family disappeared on July 4, after Balasubramaniam retracted his statutory declaration linking Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu.

The New Straits Times received many letters from dog lovers concerned about Balasubramaniam's pets after photographs were published showing them locked up in their cages. The good news for the dog lovers is that the dogs are being taken care of by caring neighbours.
M. Sadasivam, who lives six houses away, took pity on the dogs and has now earned their trust.

The 52-year-old cattle owner said initially he fed the dogs from outside the cages as Rottweilers were said to be fierce animals.

"A few days later, the dogs started to warm up to me and that's when I started taking them out for walks, washing and feeding them."

According to Sadasivam, Monde a three-year-old female and her seven-month-old son, Shaariibuu were fed twice a day, given walks every morning and bathed every four days.





Balasubramaniam's house was broken into and ransacked last week but burglars only took his computer.

Police later found the keys to the front gate and handed them to Sadasivam.



Police said Balasubramaniam, a former Special Branch officer, and his family were hiding in a foreign country. Police had met him and recorded a statement.


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Sounds like from the above articles that someone or some institution has taken Bala away to prevent him from making a third SD. Why name his dog Shaaribu if Bala has got nothing to do with Altantuya as spelt out in his 2nd SD

Anonymous said...

" r..r..ri..rin...ring...alo,alo..
uncle lah..sh..sh..how's my dogs ?
got give food & water ah ?...good
..got walking ah ?...good...dun know lah...dun...sh...shh...dun tell...dun...very dark ......... lah....sh..shh...tanks ,tanks !!"