Najib has been regularly if not constantly accused of (sometimes) murdering Altantuyaa Shaariibuu, or (sometimes) being complicit in the murder of Altantuyaa, or (sometimes) having a wife who was involved in the murder of Altantuyaa, or (sometimes) having a wife who was at the murder scene to supervise the demolition of Altantuyaa's corpse, or (sometimes) the father of Altantuyaa's unborn baby ... so on so forth.
Initially his guilt was by grapevine accusative allusions, but which become more firm with the statutory declaration of a private investigator Perumal Balasubramaniam (Bala).
Bala made the accusation against Najib and even included a salacious titbit about Altantuyaa being partial to sex in her behind, this puerile information during a period when someone was accused again of sodomy (who knows whether the salacious titbit was to serve as some form of equalizing and/or compensating morality?).
It was a declaration based on he was allegedly told by Razak Baginda, who Bala said was in turn allegedly told by Najib, who Bala said was in turn allegedly told by Altantuyaa herself (the enjoyable 'in her behind' bit) - all these from a chain of information told by and known only by Bala.
And that's why Najib is guilty as hell, until he can be proven innocent.
Furthermore, his guilt is 'confirmed' by his own silence on the allegations ... though I distinctively saw on TV Najib telling a western reporter (Australian, I believe) that there was no truth in the murder allegations.
But then, if we admit he wasn't silent about the accusations, it would f* up the desired depth of 'guilt' that we want people to see in him. So I suppose it's best we continue with the urban legend that Najib kept silent despite all the allegations and accusations.
Incidentally, is it true Najib had also sworn on the Qu'ran that he didn't have anything to do with Altantuyaa?
I can't be sure about this because I am a bit careful about touching on Muslim politicians swearing on Qu'ran as some politicians and a very new political party member have shown they have been leery of and possessed very distinctive disquiet dislike about swearing on the Qu'ran.
It's sad and also unfortunate for us that Indonesian former president (Gus Dur), who came to Malaysia during the Permatang Pauh by-election to enlighten us about swearing on the Qu'ran, had passed away, or you would be able to confirm with him if you don't believe me.