Zulkarnain Seized Notes Containing Altantuya’s Details

3 August 2007
Shah Alam

ASP Zulkarnain Samsudin told the court that when he led accused Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri to his office on 12 November 2006, Zulkarnain found a handwritten node in a blue bag. The note contained the mobile phone numbers of murder victim Altantuya Shaariibuu and Abdul Razak Baginda, who is accused of abetting to the murder. The itemised telephone bills of Altantuya and her private investigator Ang Chong Beng were found on three A4 size papers.

The note also included the name of Razak’s father, Datuk Abdullah Malim Baginda, his address, a room number (room 823 of Hotel Malaya), and the name “Aminah”. Altantuya was also known as Aminah. The mobile phone numbers of P. Bala Subramaniam, Razak’s private investigator, and a Suresh were also in there.

Zulkarnain made a police report when he returned to the Kuala Lumpur police headquarters.

The phone bill showed that there were 8 calls made from Altantuya’s mobile phone between 26 and 29 September 2006. The second page showed 19 calls from Ang’s mobile phone between 20 and 29 September 2006. The third page showed 9 calls from Ang’s mobile phone between 7 and 15 September 2006.

The next day, Razak led Zulkarnain to his Jalan Ampang office where Zulkarnain seized a handwritten node, two books and a personal digital assistant device. The note read “Mr Razak, please contact me. 017-3992411”. Zulkarnain could not determine if it was signed as Amin or Aminah.

Again, Zulkarnain made a police report after he had seized the items and pass them to investigating officer ASP Tonny Lunggan.

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