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DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 17 – PERSONS OF INTEREST

Persons of Interest who could now assist the Police in their Investigations into Determining the Truth Since the original murder trial (which started in 2017), and the witnesses called to give evidence, the identities of a number of other individuals who could help the police get to the bottom of the matter, have now emerged.Continue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 17 – PERSONS OF INTEREST”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 17 – PERSONS OF INTEREST

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 16 – WHAT HAPPENS NOW?

On the 23 December 2019, just after Azilah released his explosive statutory declaration (SD3), the Inspector General of Police (IGP) said that investigations into Altantuya’s murder would be re-opened and ‘investigators have identified several individuals who will be called in to have their statements recorded’.IGP: Police to interview several witnesses following ex-commando’s shocking SD onContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 16 – WHAT HAPPENS NOW?”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 16 – WHAT HAPPENS NOW?

“Shoot The Spy” – New Evidence Shows How Sirul And Azilah’s Statements Match Up

A blog dedicated to reviewing the history of the Altantuya murder case (which returned to the headlines after an explosive statutory declaration by one of the two bodyguards convicted of her murder) has today revealed damning new evidence unearthed in Australia. According to the dedicated online online portal Decipherings.com, posted by lawyer Americk Sidhu whoContinue reading “”Shoot The Spy” – New Evidence Shows How Sirul And Azilah’s Statements Match Up”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inNews & ViewsLeave a commenton “Shoot The Spy” – New Evidence Shows How Sirul And Azilah’s Statements Match Up

A Detailed Look at a Spectacular Malaysian Scandal

Perhaps more than any individual in Malaysia – or anywhere, for that matter – a 63-year-old lawyer named Americk Sidhu is dedicated to keeping alive the case of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a beautiful Mongolian woman who was slain in gruesome fashion in a patch of jungle near the suburban city of Shah Alam on the nightContinue reading “A Detailed Look at a Spectacular Malaysian Scandal”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inNews & ViewsTags:AltantuyaAmerick SidhuBala1 Commenton A Detailed Look at a Spectacular Malaysian Scandal

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 15 – SUMPAH LAKNATS AND SWORN STATEMENTS

Well, that’s the entire story. Has it provided all the answers to the questions on everyone’s mind? Probably not. But what it does do is show how things can go horribly wrong when you get others to do your dirty work. Azilah has accused Najib Razak of ordering him to eliminate Altantuya, and to avoidContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 15 – SUMPAH LAKNATS AND SWORN STATEMENTS”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 15 – SUMPAH LAKNATS AND SWORN STATEMENTS

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 14 – SIRUL’S AAT APPEAL

It is not surprising that Sirul’s application for a protection visa was thrown out the window as soon as it was heard. Sirul opted to follow the bad advice of his ‘Malaysian Dream Team’ instead of the advice of the professionals engaged to ensure he had the best chance of succeeding in his visa application.Continue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 14 – SIRUL’S AAT APPEAL”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegare2 Commentson DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 14 – SIRUL’S AAT APPEAL

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 13 – THE VILLAWOOD SAGA

The situation in February 2015 was simply this. Sirul was behind bars in a detention centre, in a foreign land, ruled by strict laws, run by an incorruptible government and where people accepted that the rule of law was a necessary evil. However, unlike Malaysia, freedom of expression is given much latitude in the landContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 13 – THE VILLAWOOD SAGA”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 13 – THE VILLAWOOD SAGA

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 12 – THE BACKGROUND BEHIND SIRUL’S ESCAPE

In the last sequel we saw how Sirul anticipated the worst and fled the country before the Federal Court could throw him back in jail again to face the hangman’s noose. In mid 2014, Sirul first fled to Thailand to seek refuge. This is when he hatched a plot to demand money in exchange forContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 12 – THE BACKGROUND BEHIND SIRUL’S ESCAPE”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 12 – THE BACKGROUND BEHIND SIRUL’S ESCAPE

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 11 – SIRUL’S ESCAPE

Fortuitously, or with a certain amount of foresight, Sirul managed to skip the country before the prosecution’s appeal was heard before the Federal Court. Perhaps he, or his lawyers, had a premonition. Malaysian lawyers know appeals are totally unpredictable. Whilst Sirul was lying low, holed up with his son in Ipswich, Queensland, the Malaysian policeContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 11 – SIRUL’S ESCAPE”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 11 – SIRUL’S ESCAPE

DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 10 – THE FEDERAL COURT REVERSAL

On the 13 January 2015, the Federal Court delivered its decision in the appeal brought by the prosecution against the order acquitting Azilah and Sirul made by the Court of Appeal in 2013. The Judges of the Federal Court felt the Court of Appeal was wrong. They reinstated the convictions and sentences passed on bothContinue reading “DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 10 – THE FEDERAL COURT REVERSAL”Posted byAmerick SidhuPosted inDelegatus non potest delegareLeave a commenton DELEGATUS NON POTEST DELEGARE PART 10 – THE FEDERAL COURT REVERSAL

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