16 July 2007
In the High Court trial of the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu today, surveillance footage from Hotel Malaya was brought in but had incompatibility problems with the playback system there. 28-year-old Altantuya had stayed in that hotel in October 2006 before she was murdered.
The closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage that was provided by the hotel operations manager Jimmy Loo Mow Chan was screened eventually despite the slight delay in setting up a compatible system.
Last Friday, Loo was the 17th prosecution witness and had said that there were 8 photographs of the CCTV footage dated 18 October 2006, taken by the investigating officers. He also said that there were 20 such CCTV cameras located at the elevator lobbies and stairways.
The Star Online – Altantuya trial: Hotel CCTV footage screened despite hiccup
MCW – Sri Kumar of UTK and Jimmy Loo of Hotel Malaya Testify in Altantuya Trial
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