Delegatus non potest delegare 5: The trial

Americk Sidhu

Modified 10 Jan 2020, 12:15 am

COMMENT | It is not intended to burden the reader with the bland and monotonous details of the trial and the testimony of formal witnesses called for the prosecution.

The Malaysian public was left in no doubt as to who had "done it" even before the trial started.

They were more interested in why those who had "done it", did it. They hoped this would all be revealed as the trial proceeded.

Alas, this was not to be.

The motive was never pursued by the prosecution.

They were not interested in why these policemen had shot and blown up Altantuya. This may have proved embarrassing for some so it was avoided at all costs...

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