Friday, July 22, 2011
Altahshagai Munkhtulga seen in this picture with his late mother, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Where is Altanshagai Munkhtulga now?
How is he doing in his studies? Does he fare well in school?
Is he healthy?
Does he start playing football or computer games just like any other little boys around the world?
Altanshagai Munkhtulga? Does the name ring a bell?
To many Malaysians, they seem to forgot this little boy called Altanshagai.
He is a Mongolian boy and presumebly still living in far away Mongolia, the land of the great conquerors Kublai Khan and Genghiz Khan.
By right, Altanshagai now should be an 8 year old boy because he was born in 2003.
Altanshagai has an older brother, Mungunshagai Bayarjargal who was born in 1996 and should be 15 years old now.
His mother is well known in Malaysia, a beautiful Mongolian woman known as Altantuya Shaariibuu.
The late Altantuya was shot dead and then blown to pieces by explosives in a jungle in Mukim Bukit Raja, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia on the night of October 19th, 2006.
She was only 28 at the time of her brutal murder that shocked Malaysians and the rest of the world, thus setting up a high profile murder case that was watched closely by the international communities.
Altanshagai was only 3 years old when her mother, Altantuya met her unfortunate fate.
In the final hours of Altantuya's life, before being shot in the dark, deserted and lonely jungle in Malaysia, far away from home and far away from her children, her final thoughts must have been on Altanshagai and her other son.
She may have pleaded to her killers, to spare her life for the sake of her children.
On April 9th, 2009, two Malaysian policemen, Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, then 32, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, then 36, were sentenced to death by the Shah Alam High Court for the murder of Altantuya, thus wrapping up the country's longest trial
84 witnesses out of 198 witnesses had testified in the trial that took 165 days to complete recording their evidence.
Sirul and Azilah had earlier claimed trial to murdering the Mongolian beauty between 10 pm on Oct 19th, 2006 and 1 am on Oct 20th, 2006 at the jungle of Mukim Bukit Raja.
Earlier on October 2008, a Malaysian political and defence analyst Abdul Razak Baginda was acquited without his defence being called of abetting in the murder of Altantuya.
This video above was produced in 2006 by Stev Shariibuu, Altantuya’s father. The content of this video is a brief story of Altantuya, and a short clip about her youngest son, Atanshagai, who is reportedly sick and in need of medical treatment.
On June 4th, 2007, Altantuya's parents Shaariibuu Setev and Altantsetseg Sanjaa, and Altantuya's two sons Mungunshagai Bayarjargal and Altanshagai Munkhtulga, filed a suit seeking RM100 million in damages from the government of Malaysian and Abdul Razak Baginda, over her death.
God bless her soul and her family.