Monday, December 16, 2019

SD That Tells of Najib Razak's Shoot to Kill Order

A statutory declaration by former police commando Azilah Hadri who had been convicted and sentenced to death along with Sirul Azhar Umar for the 2006 murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu has surfaced. 

The SD, which was first revealed by Malaysiakini, was filed on October 17 as part of his application seeking the Federal Court to review its decision on his conviction and death sentence imposed on him and Sirul. 

He is also seeking a retrial in order to provide full evidence on the clandestine operation in open court so that “justice will be served”, the news portal reported Monday. 

Azilah’s SD detailed how Najib Razak's then aide-de-camp Musa Safri brought him to Najib when he was on duty at the Sri Kenangan residence in Pekan as an officer with Bukit Aman’s Special Actions Unit (UTK).

Najib (left) was then, as he is now, Pekan MP. 

“Musa brought me to see the DPM (Najib) in an office room at the Sri Kenangan residence in Pekan, after which he left the room. The DPM asked me if I knew any police officers at the Brickfields police station, to which I replied in the affirmative. 

The DPM then told me that a foreign spy was in Kuala Lumpur and was trying to threaten the DPM and his special officer known as (Abdul) Razak Baginda. The special officer was a good friend of the DPM whom I met during my official assignment in London sometime ago. 

I was informed that the foreign spy was a woman and was very dangerous because of the numerous secrets she knew about national security. The foreign spy could not approach the DPM due to the tight security and therefore the foreign spy was threatening the DPM’s special officer (instead). 

The DPM instructed me to carry out a covert operation when I returned to Kuala Lumpur later. I had to be cautious with the foreign spy woman as she was a smart talker and was cunning – one of which is that she (claims to be) pregnant. 

I told the DPM that a police report had to be made on this matter and I would ask for help from my friend at the Brickfields police headquarters, but this was turned down by the DPM. 

The DPM said that this (matter) could not be publicly known as it (involved) a threat to national security. The DPM then instructed me to carry out a secret operation to arrest and destroy the spy secretly and destroy her body using explosives. 

I asked the DPM what he meant by ‘arrest and destroy the foreign spy’, and he responded: ‘Shoot to kill’, indicating this ‘neck cut signal’. 

Asked about the purpose of destroying the foreign spy with explosives, the DPM replied: ‘Dispose of the foreign spy’s body with an explosive device to remove traces. The explosives can be obtained from the UTK store (armoury)’". 

Azilah had informed in his SD of Najib's reminder to him to carry out the secret plan carefully and with a high level of security and secrecy as it involved a threat to national security”.















Needless to say, Najib dismissed the allegations and rubbished the claims as mere fabrication. Of course, he would do that! 

Najib would like Malaysians to believe he is innocent. Not all of us are like those from UMNO, PAS, MCA and MIC who wish to stay stupid all the time!

Lest he forgets, denial is not a synonym for innocence.

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