Altantuya Murder Trial: Lunggan Confirms Items Received

4 April 2008
Shah Alam

29-year-old investigating officer ASP Tonny Lunggan said yesterday at the murder trial of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu that he received two mobile phones and two laptops belonging to co-accused Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda from DSP Lim Meng Seah on 11 November 2006.

Several papers, found at the office of accused Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, were also received by Lunggan and had Razak’s handwriting. ASP Zulkarnain Samsudin, who gave the papers to Lunggan, had told the court in previous proceedings that the papers contained the name of Razak’s father, his house address and Altantuya’s mobile phone numbers. The papers were seized on 12 November 2006.

Lunggan also confirmed receipt of four Hotel Malaya memo notes and an envelope, which were all found by police in Razak’s office at Level 10, Bangunan Getah Asli Malaysia, Jalan Ampang, on 9 November 2006. Altantuya and her two cousins had stayed at Hotel Malaya prior to her death.

Sergeant Amran Abdul Aziz had sent a Hotel Malaya bill and a video tape to Lunggan on 11 November 2006. The video tape showed footage of accused officers Azilah and Sirul at the hotel.

The trial continues on 21 April 2008.

The Star Online – Officer confirms receiving items

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