sun2surf | The nephews of missing private investigator P. Balasubramaniam claimed today that their uncle had revealed to them months earlier all the details he had stated in his first statutory declaration (SD) which alleged that Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had links with murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Brothers R.Kumaresan, 27, and Segar, 24, of Batu Caves said their uncle had shared with them about what he had mentioned in his first SD about six months earlier, and they believed he would one day make it public.
Kumaresan, an information technology (IT) professional said his uncle had expressed relief after he made his first statuatory declaration public on Thursday but what he did the next day by denying it had shocked the siblings.
Balasubramaniam who had made public his first SD on Thursday based on what political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda — one of the accused in the Alatantuya murder case — had told him, on Friday retracted his allegations via a second SD, claiming his first SD had been made under duress.
The brothers spoke to reporters at the Gombak district police headquarters with their lawyer R.Surendran yesterday after giving a statement to investigators over a police report he lodged on the disappearance of his uncle, aunt and three cousins on Saturday.
“He claimed he made the first SD under duress, but from the expression on his face on that day, it was clear that he was not, everyone could see that,” said Kumaresan.… selanjutnya.
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