Manjeet Singh Dhillon’s house broken into, computer stolen

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I have just been informed that my house in Kuala Lumpur has been broken into and the main item targeted and removed is my laptop. I am flying back immediately from London to attend to this incident.

It is very revealing that this is the second incident targeted at my house proximate to my attending to PI Bala’s matters. I had Molotov cocktails thrown at my house after his Singapore interview and now after his London and Paris interviews I have had my house broken into and my laptop removed. It is telling that many other valuable items in the same room, including my wife’s jewelry, were left untouched.

I have serious concerns that attempts might be made by interested parties to interfere with the contents of my laptop and fabricate material.

I will release a further statement after I reach home and have had an opportunity to view the crime scene personally. I will lodge a police report after that.

Manjeet Singh Dhillon

London, 19 July 2010