On March 9, the appeal of the convicted murderers in the politically charged case of Mongolian translator and party girl Altantuya Shaariibuu is once again set for the Court of Appeal after being delayed for a month because of boxes of evidence on the case had been sent to the wrong place.
Altantuya was killed on Oct 18, 2006. The interminable delays in getting justice for the murdered woman have led to suspicions that the delays are deliberate in order to erase the crime from the public mind.
She had been slain in particularly gruesome fashion – shot twice in the head and her body blown up with military explosives, raising suspicions that it was to hide the fact that, as she allegedly told one of her murderers, was pregnant.
Altantuya had been inextricably tied to a massive…
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