25 June 2018

Siti Kasim didakwa 'culik' anak guam sendiri...



Peguam Siti Kasim ditahan polis atas dakwaan menculik dan menghalang pihak berkuasa menjalankan tugas.

Tangkapan itu, yang disiarkan secara langsung menggunakan aplikasi Facebook Live, didakwa berkaitan dengan seorang wanita yang merupakan anak guam Siti sendiri.

Siti didakwa mengurung anak guamnya, seorang remaja, secara paksa.

Namun, berdasarkan video Facebook Live itu, seorang remaja, yang dipercayai anak guam Siti yang dimaksudkan, dilihat bersuara dan menafikan dakwaan bahawa Siti menculiknya.
Sebelum ini, dalam kenyataan di Facebook Khamis lalu, Siti mendakwa anak guamnya meninggalkan rumah ibu-bapanya kerana "takut" dengan ibunya.

Siti juga mendakwa anak guamnya "diperangkap" oleh Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Jais) dan polis yang "menunggu untuk menangkap" anak guamnya.

Ibu anak guamnya, menurut Siti, telah membuat laporan polis mendakwa anak guamnya "tidak stabil secara mental" dan "akidahnya dipersoalkan".

Siti Kasim dan polis adakan 
sidang akhbar bersama

Polis dan peguam Siti Kasim mengambil laluan diplomatik ketika mereka bersama-sama mengadakan sidang media petang ini mengenai perbalahan antara anak guamnya Anis Izzatty Ruslan yang berusia 24 tahun serta ibu bapa Anis.

Ini selepas polis menahan Siti Kasim semalam kerana didakwa 'menculik' Anis di bawah Seksyen 363 Kanun Keseksaan dan menghalang seorang pegawai awam di bawah Seksyen 186 undang-undang yang sama.

Bagaimanapun, majistret menolak permohonan pihak polis untuk menahan reman peguam berkenaan.

Ketua Polis Daerah Kajang, Ahmad Dzaffir Mohd Yussof dilihat mengiringi Siti Kasim selepas peguam itu dibebaskan di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Kajang petang tadi.


Kerjasama dengan polis

Siti Kasim kemudiannya meminta media merujuk kepada Ahmad Dzaffir yang menjelaskan polis hanya bertindak terhadap laporan polis yang dibuat ibu bapa Anis bahawa Siti Kasim didakwa menculiknya dari Hospital Kajang, yang telahpun dinafikan Anis.

"Kini pihak polis telah laksanakan bidang kuasa yang telah diperuntukan oleh polis dan akan bebaskan Siti Kasim pada petang ini juga. Jadi siasatan kita di bawah seksyen 186 masih berjalan dan dijangka kertas siasatan dipanjangkan kepada timbalan pendakwa raya.

"Mengenai tangkapan Siti Kassim semalam, polis telah mengambil setiap langkah mengikut undang-undang sedia ada mengikut Seksyen 363 dan 186 Kanun Keseksaan, yang mana kedua-dua seksyen itu membenarkan untuk tangkapan dan kita tidak memilih mana-mana pihak untuk buat tangkapan," kata Ahmad Dzaffir.

Beliau berkata polis akan menyiapkan siasatan terhadap Siti Kasim di bawah Seksyen 186 dan mengemukakan kertas siasatan ke Jabatan Peguam Negara.


Seterusnya, Siti Kassim memberitahu media beliau hanya melakukan tugasnya sebagai seorang peguam. Siti juga berjanji untuk bekerjasama dengan polis.

"Saya berterima kasih kepada mahkamah kerana menolak reman kerana apa yang saya lakukan adalah sebagai seorang peguam sewaktu saya bertugas, saya bukan mahu menimbulkan sebarang masalah.

"Apa saya telah lakukan adalah sebagai seorang peguam. Sewaktu saya jalankan tugas dan saya akan beri kerjasama penuh kepada pihak polis untuk selesaikan isu ini dan itu saja lah.

"Kami akan bekerja sama kerana terdapat banyak perkara (berlaku) di sebalik (tabir), yang mungkin anda semua sudah tahu sekarang ini.

"Jadi, saya faham mereka (polis) kerana kadangkala, kamu tidak mendapat keseluruhan gambaran atau keseluruhan cerita dan saya fikir itulah sebabnya majistret menolak permohonan reman selepas mendengar keseluruhan (cerita) dan gambaran sebenar bagaimana ia boleh menjadi begini," katanya.

Anis dilaporkan meninggalkan rumah, mendakwa ibunya 'terlampau mengawalnya'. Selanjutnya, ibu Anis membuat laporan dengan pihak berkuasa agama dan polis yang menahannya.

Siti Kasim telah memberi perlindungan kepada Anis di rumahnya di Kuala Lumpur tetapi polis semalam menyerbu apartmen itu dan mengambil Anis berdasarkan laporan polis oleh ibu Anis bahawa peguam berkenaan telah 'menculik' anaknya.



Siti Kasim, Ahmad Dzaffir bersalaman

Siti Kasim kemudiannya pergi ke balai polis daerah Kajang, tempat Anis dibawa, bagi menuntut pembebasannya tetapi ditangkap.

Menjawab soalan beliau bersikap agresif dengan polis, Siti Kasim berkata dirinya cuba melakukan yang terbaik untuk berkhidmat kepada anak guamnya Anis.

"Saya pasti jika sesiapa mengupah seorang peguam, kamu pasti mahukan peguam kamu melakukan yang terbaik untuk kamu dan bersungguh-sungguh bertindak supaya kamu tidak terus ditahan lagi," katanya. 

Siti Kasim dan Ahmad Dzaffir bersalaman selepas sidang akhbar dan menjemputnya makan tengahari, namun ketua polis daerah itu berkata beliau mempunyai rumah terbuka Hari Raya untuk dihadiri. - mk


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Malaysia Revives Murder Case 
That Shook Nation’s Elite...

Police here said Thursday that they are opening a new investigation into the 2006 murder of a Mongolian model by two of former leader Najib Razak’s bodyguards, after his rivals made the mystery surrounding her death an element in their successful campaign to defeat him in May elections.

The two security officers abducted 28-year-old Altantuya Shaariibuu in a leafy Kuala Lumpur suburb, forced her into a car and drove her to a jungle clearing several miles away, one of the men told police.

One of the officers then held her down as she pleaded for the life of the unborn child she said she was carrying, according to the police statement; the other officer shot a bullet through her head and fired a second when he saw her arm still twitching. They stripped her and blew apart her body with military-grade C-4 explosives, police said. The crime scene, her father later said, looked like a war zone.

The two men were convicted and sentenced to death in 2009.

Now, more than a decade after the murder, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has expressed interest in getting to the bottom of whether anyone ordered Ms. Shaariibuu to be killed, and if so, why.

During the campaign for the May 9 election in which he unseated Mr. Najib, Mr. Mahathir’s opposition alliance erected billboards across Malaysia saying “Who Killed Altantuya?” and “Justice For Altantuya.”
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“The people concerned, the relatives and all that, will certainly want to see a fair trial carried out by the Malaysian government. They know many things were covered up,” Mr. Mahathir told The Wall Street Journal last week, before police said they would open the new investigation. “I think we have to do our best and show that we are serious about this,” he said.

Former Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri is awaiting execution for the 2009 conviction; Cpl. Sirul Azhar Umar —who confessed to the crime but, after telling police he was the shooter, later said he didn’t pull the trigger—fled to Australia, where authorities have held him for three years, unwilling to send him back to face a death sentence.

But a motive has never been established for the killing. Police now say there are sufficient grounds to take another look.

“The most important thing is who ordered the murder,” Mr. Shaariibuu, a university professor, told reporters this week during a visit to Malaysia where he met Mr. Mahathir.

 Razak Baginda, a friend and adviser to Mr. Najib who said in court that he was having an affair with the model, was charged with abetting murder and later acquitted. Mr. Najib—defense minister at the time of the murder and next in line to become prime minister—wasn’t named a suspect in the case.


A person familiar with the thinking in the Najib camp said that if any charges were brought against the former prime minister relating to the crime, they wouldn’t withstand a trial.

Mr. Mahathir is also pushing for the prosecution of cases of alleged corruption during the Najib years. Key among those is the disappearance of billions of dollars from state investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. Mr. Mahathir has initiated a new criminal investigation of the former prime minister and his family; an earlier Malaysian investigation of 1MDB found no fault by Mr. Najib, and he and the fund said they did nothing wrong.

In the new murder investigation, Malaysia’s police will report to the attorney general’s office, which would decide whether to press charges.

Mr. Shaariibuu has described his daughter as a strong-willed child. She spent part of her childhood in Russia before returning to Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, where she married a techno DJ but quickly divorced. She had two children she left with her parents, her father has said.
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Mr. Razak, (pix,above) the Najib adviser, said during his trial that he met Ms. Shaariibuu at a diamond exposition in Singapore and began an affair, traveling together to Shanghai, Singapore and Paris. When he tried to break it off, she began demanding money, said Mr. Razak, who is married.

He hired a private detective to keep an eye on Ms. Shaariibuu; the detective told police he once saw her outside Mr. Razak’s home, shouting, “Razak, bastard, come out!”

Mr. Razak said in court that he asked for help from Mr. Najib’s chief aide, Musa Safri,(pix,below) who, Mr. Razak said, sent two of Mr. Najib’s bodyguards to help him out.

Mr. Musa wasn’t called to testify in the trials of Mr. Razak or the two bodyguards. During the recent election campaign, opposition candidates repeatedly asked why. Mr. Musa couldn’t be reached for comment.

In 2008 and 2009, American diplomats wrote in confidential cables released by WikiLeaks that political interference had limited the scope of the trial, and noted that Mr. Musa was never called as a witness.
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In mid-2008, midway through the trial, Mr. Razak’s private investigator emerged with an explosive claim.

Ms. Shaariibuu had told him that Mr. Najib had also been her lover, said the investigator, former policeman Balasubramaniam Perumal, or PI Bala as he became known.

Mr. Bala also said Mr. Razak had told him that Ms. Shaariibuu was seeking a $500,000 cut from a $1.2 billion deal that Mr. Razak had negotiated for the Malaysian government to buy two submarines from French contractor DCN International, now known as Naval Group. The deal is the subject of a bribery investigation in France launched in 2016; four executives placed under investigation have denied any wrongdoing, as has Mr. Razak, who is also under investigation in France.

Mr. Bala was upset that none of the reports he provided to police investigators made it into the trial, said his lawyer, Americk Sidhu.

“He was disgusted,” Mr. Sidhu said.

With Mr. Najib’s path to the premiership at stake, Mr. Najib’s inner circle responded swiftly to Mr. Bala’s allegations.

First, Mr. Najib called a press conference and denied knowing Ms. Shaariibuu. He later affirmed in a mosque that he had never met her.

Mr. Najib’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, meanwhile, telephoned a business associate and told him to persuade Mr. Bala (pix,below) to withdraw his allegation, according to the businessman, Deepak Jaikishan.
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Mr. Jaikishan has also acknowledged that he took Mr. Bala to meet two of Mr. Najib’s brothers and Mr. Najib’s lawyers, and that Mr. Bala was warned that his family would be in danger if he didn’t backtrack on his allegation.

Mr. Bala relented, signing a new statement that didn’t mention Mr. Najib.

Mr. Najib and his family and lawyers have asked that a related civil suit on the matter be dismissed.

After signing the statement, Mr. Bala and his family traveled to Singapore and then to India. There, Mr. Jaikishan said, he provided a stipend for their support; the family said it wasn’t enough. A few months later, in April 2009, Mr. Najib became Malaysia’s prime minister.

Mr. Najib and his wife and family have denied this account of events by Mr. Jaikishan.

Ms. Shaariibuu’s death weighed on Mr. Bala, the investigator said in a series of video statements recorded with his lawyer. In 2013, he returned to Malaysia to declare to reporters at the airport that his first statement, that Mr. Najib had been involved with Ms. Shaariibuu, was the truth. His goal, he said at the airport, was to topple the government so that his family could again live in Malaysia.

He didn’t live to see that happen. Mr. Bala died from a heart attack in March 2013, more than five years before Mr. Najib’s government fell. - James Hookway,wsj




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23 June 2018

Petisyen pilihan raya - SPR kena cari peguam sendiri...

AG Tommy Thomas told the EC to recruit its own lawyers instead from the Malaysian Bar. — Picture by Mukhriz Hazim

Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) kini perlu mendapatkan peguam sendiri bagi mewakili badan itu dalam mana-mana petisyen pilihan raya mulai hari ini.

Menurut kenyataan yang dikeluarkan Jabatan Peguam Negara berkata mereka tidak lagi akan mewakili badan itu seperti kelaziman yang dilakukan sebelum ini.

"Jsuteru SPR hendaklah melantik peguam pilihan mereka sendiri daripada Badan Peguam Malaysia untuk mewakili badan berkenaan dalam prosiding perundangan," kata Peguam Negara  (AG) Tommy Thomas.

Katanya sebagai badan yang diberi tanggungjawab sebagai pemutus yang berkecuali semasa mengendalikan pilihan raya, SPR tidak wajar diwakili Pejabat Peguam Negara kerana ia mungkin menyebabkan percanggahan kepentingan.

Thomas berkata langkah Jabatan Peguam Negara mewakili SPR dalam petisyen pilihan raya juga boleh menimbulkan persepsi bahawa keadilan tidak dilihat dilaksanakan.


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"Perlembagaan Persekutuan secara jelas memperuntukkan bahawa pengerusi SPR mestilah mendapat kepercayaan awam, begitu juga dengan SPR itu sendiri.

"Oleh sebab itu, mulai hari ini jabatan ini tidak akan mewakili mana-mana pihak dalam petisyen pilihan raya, dan SPR hendaklah (melantik) peguam pilihan mereka sendiri daripada Badan Peguam Malaysia untuk mewakili mereka dalam prosiding perundangan," katanya.

Tak sesuai jadi wakil

Thomas berkata tugas utama Jabatan Peguam Negara ialah untuk bertindak sebagai penasihat undang-undang kepada cabang eksekutif kerajaan yang diketuai perdana menteri, selain mewakili kerajaan dalam prosiding jenayah dan sivil di mahkamah.

SPR pula kata Thomas ditubuhkan semasa merdeka sebagai agensi untuk mengendalikan ilihan raya secara telus dan adil.

Katanya SPR perlu menjadi pihak berkecuali memberi khidmat kepada parti-parti politik untuk membolehkan mereka bertanding dan mendapatkan hak untuk mentadbir bagi tempoh maksimum 5 tahun.


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"Disebabkan kerajaan biasanya menjadi pihak kepada petisyen pilihan raya tersebut - sama ada di kalangan ahli parlimen, ahli dewan undangan negeri atau pihak yang telah tewas - adalah tidak sesuai bagi jabatan ini untuk juga mewakili SPR," katanya.

Mengikut undang-undang sesuatu keputusan pilihan raya boleh dicabar dalam tempoh 21 hari selepas ia diwartakan. Mengikut keadaan sekarang tarikh akhir untuk mana-mana pihak merujuk SPR ke mahkamah ialah pada 18 Jun.

Setakat ini Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia sudah memfailkan tujuh petisyen iaitu membabitkan keputusan PRU ke-14 bagi kerusi Tasek Gelugor, Jempol, Tapah, Bagan Serai, Lubok Merbau, Changkat Jong dan Kahang.

Parti Warisan Sabah pula mencabar keputusan bagi kerusi Kimanis, Sipitang, Keningau, Libaran, Sungai Sibuga, Kundasang, Sook dan Kiulu.

Tidak ketinggalan, PKR untuk kerusi Pensiangan dan DAP di Ayer Hitam. - mk

Lawyers can now appear for EC in election disputes, says AG

AG’s move ensures new govt and EC not ‘bedfellows’

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Sikap Hadi terhadap 'MO1',Dr.M 
selepas PRU14 melucukan...

Hadi perlu dahan yang teguh untuk berpaut. Ahli Parlimen Sepang, Hanipa Maidin berpendapat perubahan sikap pemimpin tertinggi Pas terhadap Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan Tun Mahathir selepas PRU-14 adalah sebagai melucukan.

Menurutnya, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang tidak pula kelihatan menziarahi Najib yang sedang berdepan dengan siasatan sebaliknya menemui Mahathir walaupun sebelum ini melontarkan pelbagai kecaman.

“Yang lebih lucu, sebelum dan semasa PRU-14, semua tahu apa yang presiden parti suci tak kata kat Tun. Dan betapa ‘intimnya’ hubungan beliau dengan MO1 (Malaysian Official 1) hingga pernah berpakaian sedondon.


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“Dan kita tak rajin juga dengar dia mengkritik MO1 di Parlimen semasa dia sesekali tunjuk muka kat Parlimen.

“Tapi, lepas PRU, tak nampak pula presiden parti suci ziarah MO1 di mana-mana meskipun ‘teman rapat’ sedang sesak dan berduka,” ulasnya di Facebook beliau hari ini.

Melihat sikap pemimpin Pas yang digelarnya ‘parti suci’ itu, Hanipa meminjam ungkapan Inggeris, ‘the proof of the pudding is in the eating’ yang bermaksud, ‘anda tidak tahu kualiti sesuatu benda/perkara melainkan anda telah cuba atau berpengalaman dengannya.’

“Yang beliau (Abdul Hadi) ziarah, lepas PRU nampaknya, tanpa rasa malu dan bersalah, adalah Tun M yang beliau hentam sakan sebelum itu,” ujarnya lagi sambil secara sinis mengaitkan situasi itu sebagai kehebatan politik matang dan sejahtera. - f/bk

Najib tries to hide whole pumpkin 
in plate of rice...

Let me make a confession. I don’t have a degree in journalism. Like almost all my successful peers and colleagues, we attended the “University of Hard Knocks” and came out with flying colours. But I must also say that I attended summer courses at the Centre of Investigative Journalism at London’s City University and obtained a law degree at the ripe age of 47!

Call it hunch, intuition or instinct. With our experience and knowledge, we can spot a fib almost immediately after it is uttered - that is, if we are monitoring a particular issue. The journalistic traits in many of us can sometimes run wild, but be assured that all of us are trained to think on our feet. We ask difficult and sometimes embarrassing questions to get to the bottom of an issue. That is why some of us are persona non grata at certain media conferences.

This morning, between glimpses on the television screen (Iran vs Spain) and the computer keyboard, I read, re-read and digested former premier Najib Razak’s interview he had given to Reuters.

These days, the foreign media is the darling of BN leaders who suddenly feel alienated by those they had cultivated. No more Ashraffs; no more Jalils; no more Wongs and Tans; and no more Vincents to do the bidding. Pre-election, they were untouchable and regarded themselves as “blind loyalists” who would ask: “How high, Sir?” when asked to jump.


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Najib, on reading your interview, I could not help recollecting my late Tamil-speaking mother’s proverb on being told to stop being untruthful. “Don’t try to hide a whole pumpkin in your plate of rice” she would chide each time I was up to no good and came up with all kinds of unacceptable excuses.

Najib said he would have acted if he knew 1MDB funds were being misappropriated. Really? Utter bunkum! For more than four years, right-minded Malaysians were telling him about the nonsense that was going on, his involvement and events taking place under his nose.

Although he banned the local media from even mentioning the phrase “1MDB” in their publications, there was ample incriminating stuff in cyberspace. Even the international media was highlighting every deal made by 1MDB (with documents and pay-in slips) and Najib’s direct involvement. He ignored all of them. Now, he has the cheek to claim that he would have acted! Come on, we are not born yesterday.

In a way, Najib is right about ‘acting’ - he got rid of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Abu Kassim Mohamed and the attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail. Their investigations revealed too much. The heat was too much to bear. Then he went after those who spoke out on this issue - the first victim being his deputy, Muhyiddin Yassin.



Under his watch, The Edge and its sister publication, The Edge Financial Daily were suspended for three months and its editor, Ho Kay Tat, was detained. Why? All because they were reporting how we were being ripped off and provided the unadulterated truth with documents to substantiate them.

This was followed by someone in Najib’s team conjuring this infamous phrase which was to be used, recycled and reinforced by his cronies and hangers-on even till polling day. “Conspiracy to overthrow a democratically-elected government” was the catch cry from the strategic communications team and this was aped even by his cabinet colleagues. Unfortunately, this mantra could not save Najib since ‘nasi jadi bubur’ (the rice has turned into porridge).

Wasn’t Najib the one who directed that parts of the auditor-general’s report be classified under the Official Secrets Act? He claimed he did not know that 1MDB funds were misappropriated. If so, why the need for this draconian measure? Was it an attempt to hide the truth and his involvement in the scandal? Was there a call from his friend Low Taek Jho, who he cut off in recent times?


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Blissful ignorance?

“I didn't benefit from 1MDB, because I believe that the 1MDB was created to do something good for the country. If I knew there was going to be misappropriation of funds, if that was my knowledge, I would have acted,” Reuters quoted him as saying.

Come on Najib, if everything was hunky dory in 1MDB and the directors had kept you in the dark, as the finance minister, the onus was on you to ask for periodic reports because taxpayers’ money was involved. Shouldn’t he have asked his officers why he was required to approve millions in payments to third parties and issue numerous letters of guarantee and undertaking? Wasn’t he aware of the sale of numerous assets, including the power companies, to salvage the situation?



Did it ever cross his mind to ask his stepson, Riza Aziz (photo), where he got the funds to start a film production company? Where did the money for the casino sojourns, the champagne and the pretty ladies come from? Where did the money come from to buy up-market property in London and New York? It is hard to believe that Najib, his advisors or his communications team had not read the report from the US Department of Justice (DOJ).

Why didn’t he come upfront and declare his non-interest and non-involvement in this whole shenanigan? He preferred elegant silence in the hope that all can be hushed up when BN is re-elected. Fortunately for the whole nation, this did not happen.

If Najib insists that he was ignorant on the DOJ report and its contents, then it is even a BIGGER lie. He gave interviews to selected editors on this issue but never at one time did he say that he had been kept in the dark. His cabinet colleagues, party leaders and the communications team were lining up in front of TV cameras to issue scores of statements claiming Najib’s innocence.



Where are the Paul Lows, the Khairys and the Salleh Keruaks who thumped their chests in defence of their boss? Former cabinet minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan (a Freudian slip or otherwise) acknowledged that Najib was indeed the “MO1” mentioned in the report.

Najib will be aware that ordinary mortals like us are queried by banks and other enforcement authorities even if just RM20,000 is deposited in our accounts. How come Najib was never queried and charged under the Money Laundering Act when RM2.6 billion was clandestinely deposited in his personal account? Providing flimsy reasons and hiding behind officialdom after the transactions are of no help.

The other issues raised in the interview deserve another column but, in the meantime, let me get colloquial – stop hiding the pumpkin, cut the bull****, tell the truth and shame the devil. - R.Nadeswaran

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This monkey fell down from electric pole while jumping from tree to pole. There was a veteran doctor nearby who saw and rushed there and saved it. Hats off to this doctor who knew the trick to save this monkey...

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cheers.

22 June 2018

Najib buat ‘silap mata’...



Buat pertama kalinya sejak 2014 Najib guna media antarabangsa untuk mengadu perihal dirinya.

Boleh ke akaun bank atas nama kita sendiri TAPI DI URUS OLEH ORANG LAIN dan GUNA ALASAN "TAK TAHU" ada transaksi duit dalam akaun bank atas nama dia?

Nak tipu sapa ni Najib? Siap guna media antarabangsa? Nak mengemis simpati siapa?


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Dulu masa berkuasa sebagai PM tak ada pulak macam ni. Punya laa berlagak. Sekarang sila HADAM DAN TELAN. Najib Umno dan BN kalah SEBAB ISU NI. 

Kenyataan bekas Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang mendakwa dirinya tidak wajar dipersalahkan ekoran skandal 1MDB mengundang pelbagai persoalan dan tanggapan.

Lebih memeranjatkan beliau juga mendakwa tidak tahu kewujudan beratus-ratus juta dolar yang muncul dalam akaun peribadinya.



Selain itu, Najib juga mendakwa tidak mengetahui bahawa dana 1MDB yang dipercayai diseleweng itu juga telah digunakan untuk membeli aset mewah seperti kapal layar, lukisan, barangan kemas dan hartanah mewah.

Najib juga dilihat seolah-olah cuba mengalihkan kesalahan tersebut apabila menyalahkan penasihat dan Lembaga Pengarah 1MDB kerana tidak mendedahkan penyelewengan yang berlaku kepadanya.

Najib membuat semua penafian tersebut ketika ditemubual Reuters semalam.


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Namun, di sebalik ‘pengakuan’ itu, Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad berkata adalah mustahil Najib tidak menyedari apa yang berlaku kepada dana 1MDB.

Ini memandangkan semua transaksi mempunyai tandatangannya.

“Siapa hendak percaya yang dia tak tahu, bila dia tandatangan (namanya)? Semua duit keluar masuk, semua ada tandatangannya.

“Jika dia tak tahu, maksudnya dia tak faham apa maksud tandatangannya,” katanya lapor MalayMail semalam. – Roketkini.com

Nafi tanggungjawab 1MDB, Najib bakal menuai badai
Nafi tanggungjawab 1MDB, Najib bakal menuai badai
Story kat SINI dan SINI  


Pihak berkuasa sedang menyiasat parti-parti komponen BN, wakil² rakyat dan individu² yang didakwa menerima dana berkaitan 1MDB, menurut laporan Straits Times Singapura.

Straits Times menjangkakan siasatan itu mungkin menyemarakkan “kegemparan politik serius” kerana akaun bank pihak-pihak terlibat atau proksi mereka mungkin dibekukan sementara siasatan selesai.

“Bukan sahaja akaun bank dibekukan, wakil-wakil rakyat juga boleh hilang kelayakan sebagai MP atau anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri jika didapati bersalah,” menurut laporan itu.

Ahmad Mazlan dan Shahrir Samad mengaku masing2 menerima RM2 juta dan RM1 juta dari Najib Razak. Ketua2 Bahagian Umno dan Timbalan diketahui menerima RM1 juta setiap orang.



Nasarudin Md Isa menerima RM200 juta dari Najib Umno seperti yang didedahkan oleh Rafizi Ramli (hingga ke hari ini tiada seorang pun yang berani saman atau membuat lapuran polis terhadap Rafizi). Dikhabarkan akaun bank Nasarudin Mat Isa telah dibekukan dengan serta merta.

Wang itu diberitakan telah diagih-agihkan kepada 15 orang pemimpin kanan Pas oleh Nasarudin melalui akaun Affin Bank.

Maka tidak lah menghairankan bilamana Pas dilihat bersungguh-sungguh membantu UmnoBN pada PRU14. Pendirian sering 'berkecuali' dalam parlimen dan kenyataan2 yang dilihat pro Najib Umno.

Jika dilihat pada statement2 yang dikeluarkan oleh mereka, tidak lah sukar sangat bagi kita untuk membuat andaian apa yang diberitakan itu benar atau sebaliknya. 

Pakat panas bontotlah pemimpin2 PAS dan UMNOOO... - f/bk

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Nik Faisal – the man who can send 
Najib to prison for years...

Nearly every day before May 9, Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil was a feature at shopping complexes and cafes in Bangsar, the middle-class suburb in Kuala Lumpur.

Then came the fall of Najib Razak and Barisan Nasional, and the urbane former chief executive officer of SRC International hurriedly packed his bags and fled to Indonesia.

He knew that the incoming Pakatan Harapan would go all the way to uncover the wrongdoing at 1Malaysia Development Bhd and its former unit, SRC International.  

He also understood that he held two responsibilities that would make him a valuable witness in any prosecution against former Prime Minister Najib Razak.

In addition to being the CEO of SRC International, he held the power of attorney for Najib. What this meant was that Najib legally authorised Nik Faisal to represent him and act on his behalf, sources familiar with the SRC probe told The Malaysian Insight. 



Therefore, his testimony of why more than RM42 million was transferred from SRC into Najib's private bank account would carry considerable weight. In addition, he could nullify several defences likely to be raised by Najib's lawyers at trial, including the fact that the former PM's signature or instructions were not found in any document authorising the transfer of the funds. 

Investigators also believe that as the person with the power of attorney, Nik Faisal had direct knowledge of the cheques that were issued from Najib's personal bank account.

It is unclear if the former PNB official and UBG Perdana senior executive is still in Indonesia. He is familiar with Indonesia having fled there sometime in 2015 after the 1MDB scandal broke.

He told his friends that he was asked to leave the country then by Najib's key aide in the Prime Minister's Office. Also in tow was Suboh Md Yassin, a director with SRC International.

Both of them stayed in Indonesia for a period of time and gave statements to MACC officials, who visited them in Jakarta in 2015.


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A couple of weeks ago, Suboh returned from Indonesia. He has been helping the MACC in their SRC probe. But the former senior civil servant is weak and suffers from memory loss as a result of a stroke. 

Malaysian authorities have asked Interpol to place Nik Faisal and Low Taek Jho, the finacier believed to be the mastermind behind the scheme to divert billions of ringgit from state investment firm 1MDB, under its red notice watch. They have also issued warrants of arrest for both individuals. 

The Malaysian Insight understands that 1MDB investigators are working doubly hard behind the scenes to persuade Nik Faisal to meet them and help them in the final stretch of the SRC International probe.

He holds the key to explaining how the millions were transferred into Najib's personal account and the spending spree that followed. – malaysianinsight

RM3.0 billion stolen from TRX project...

More than RM3.0 billion in government funds were misappropriated from the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) project to pay off 1MDB debts.

The Finance Minister said that the UMNO/BN federal government had since 2012 guaranteed borrowings, extended advances and provided transfers to as well as purchased land from TRX City Sdn Bhd (TXRC), amounting to a staggering RM3.688 billion.

"Of this sum, a total of RM3.067 billion was misappropriated by 1MDB, mainly for 1MDB loan repayments.”

The Finance Minister said that due to the misappropriation of the RM3.067 billion, TRXC does not have enough money to fulfil its obligations as the master developer of TRX.


Guan Eng also instructed the TRXC management - including chief executive officer Datuk Haji Azmar Talib and executive director Tan Hwa Min, who were present at the press conference - to lodge a report with the investigative panel of 1MDB and the police on the RM3.067 billion misappropriated by 1MDB.

No doubt the world’s most infamous kleptocrat and Malaysia’s worst-ever prime minister by some considerable distance would claim complete and utter ignorance of this brazen act of theft, or that he does not know what he had signed.

Justice, Karma and Altantuya are all in hot pursuit of Malaysian Official 1. - f/bk

Dr Mahathir’s beloved Pilot Ball Liner is always within reach. ― Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

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Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall,
All the king's horses and all the king's men,
Couldnt put Najib and his pirates together again.

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