Ex-police chief denies Al Jazeera's Altantuya allegations


  • Nation
  • Monday, 14 Sep 2015

Musa, who was Inspector-General of Police during the investigation into Altantuya's murder in 2006, said the allegations raised in the documentary aired last Thursday were fictitious and not based on actual facts.

"For your information, I am not siding with the Government or Opposition, or trying to protect anybody.

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