Sunday, September 13, 2015

The Altantuya Shaariibuu Video

Kindly check out the video by Al-Jazeera investigative journalist Mary Ann Jolley (left) as it leads viewers through the highly scandalous Altantuya Shaariibuu saga that is lavishly-layered with generous portions of sex, financial scandal, violence and conspiracy:

Grand theft is one thing but murder is quite another. Najib Razak, can you sleep well at night?
Celtic began the process of healing the wounds inflicted by Malmo with a professionally executed 3-1 victory over St Johnstone in a Scottish Premiership game on August 29, 2015.
But yesterday, in their seventh match, they lost 1-2 to ten-man Aberdeen and in the process, allowed the latter having only played six games to top the table. Aberdeen, who lost all four matches against Celtic last season, have now made their best start to a league campaign with six consecutive victories.
I hope Celtic can pick themselves up. They meet Dundee next on September 20th.
Liverpool are in an even shittier situation. Also, on August 29, the Reds conceded the first goals of the season, thanks to a defense that was a shadow of the one that had impressed against Stoke, Bournemouth and Arsenal. West Ham had beaten them 3-0.
I still say Brendan Rodgers must go! Liverpool lost again yesterday – Manchester United beat them 3-1. And Liverpool now sit forlornly in ninth place in the EPL table – with seven points from five games.

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