I refer to the malaysiakini report Our entry records to M'sia deleted: Mongolian witness.
If the immigration entry records for Uuriintuya Gal-Ochir, slain Mongolian interpreter Altantuya Shaariibuu and their friend Namiraa Gerelmaa were really erased from the computer on Oct 8, 2007, these is really a serious accusations that warrants a thorough investigation as the honesty and credibility of the Immigration Department is at stake.
Despite possessing a return flight ticket and entering the country legally, Uuriintuya suffered the humiliation of being detained for two hours at KLIA and was subjected to questioning on suspicion of entering Malaysia illegally by immigration officers at the counter who were only doing their job.
She brought these allegations up when giving evidence during the Altantuya murder trial whereby she claimed that her immigration entry details and those of her two friends, including the deceased, were deleted from the computer.
We must not overlook at Uuriintuya's accusation as just an isolated case of possible network glitches which coincidentally happened at 'the wrong place at the wrong time to the wrong people.'
It should be inspected at the wider angle of other government departmental irregularities. For example, original land titles have been fraudulently transferred as made infamous by the Adorna Properties Sdn Bhd vs Boonsom Boonyanit case, or the flurry of forged passports and identity cards floating around during the 1990s, or forged vehicle registration cards made 'genuine' using original RTD-issued certificates.
Are there powerful hands working behind-the-scene machineries for self-monetary benefit or to protect the powerful while making life miserable for the victims and the disadvantaged? This is not mere Hollywood conspiracy theories, but serious issues that compel investigation.