Altantuya Murder Trial: Celcom IT Analyst Data Accurate

17 January 2008
Shah Alam

Celcom information technology analyst Syed Mustaqim Syed Yusoff said in High Court yesterday that as the time taken to capture a call transaction is less than a second, the data extracted from the mobile switch would be accurate.

On the 78th day of the murder trial of Altantuya Shaariibuu, the 29-year-old said that if the data was corrupted, it could not be read, extracted or retrieved. Thus, the data which he had extracted showing that accused Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri was at Puncak Alam where Altantuya was murdered and blown up with explosives was not corrupted.

When questioned by Azilah’s counsel J. Kuldeep Kumar earlier, he agreed that the data on Azilah’s call transactions printed by Celcom’s Investigation and Special Project Division executive Mohd Firdaous Mohd Omar was different from the one that he obtained from the switch.

Mohd Firdaous was requested by the investigating police to prepare Azilah’s phone record details for the trial.

Hearing continues on Monday.

The Star Online – Witness: Call data accurate
<URL:http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/1/17/courts/20035469&sec=courts>

New Straits Times – IT analyst stands by raw phone transaction data
<URL:http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Thursday/National/2134403/Article/index_html>

MCW – Altantuya Murder Trial: Prosecution Witness Admits Inaccurate Evidence
<URL:http://malaysiacrimewatch.lokety.com/altantuya-murder-trial-prosecution/>

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