Abdul Razak’s Private Investigator Testifies

19 June 2007
Shah Alam

The prosecution’s first witness to the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder case, private investigator P. Balasubramaniam, aged 47, said that Abdul Razak had hired him for RM4000 to stop Mongolian Altantuya from harassing him at his Lembaga Getah Asli Malaysia office.

Balasubramaniam’s assistant Suras Kumar arrived at the office building five minutes before him and found three Mongolian women waiting at the gates of the building on 9 October 2006. A Chinese man with them had driven away.

When Balasubramaniam arrived, the receptionist directed him to a letter for him but he did not pick it up. He tried to look for the woman, and called Abdul Razak to advise him to leave the office from the back and notifying the police.

Apparently, the Chinese man returned to the area before two policemen arrived. Balasubramaniam said when he first met Abdul Razak, he heard him talking to a man on the phone whose threatening voice sounded like a Chinese.

The Star Online – Private eye: Razak hired me
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The Star Online – Private investigator testifies in Altantuya case
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