Judiciary / Najib Razak / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Bringing disrepute to AG Chambers, Apandi Ali must resign

The office of Attorney General Chambers carries integrity and commanded respect from the people as the epitome of legal fraternity and prosecutor on behalf of public interest. Hence, the term public prosecutor is often used for the officials in the AGC.

Even Apandi Ali himself stated that he is a public prosecutor when he cleared Najib Razak of any wrongdoing 3 weeks ago.

There were so many things that had happened after he desperately tried to save Najib and in the eyes of the public, this had exposed Apandi as a below average Attorney General. Let’s re-visit his original statement:

‘RM2.6 billion’

With regard to the investigation paper on the alleged “RM2.6 billion” which was transferred into the personal account of YAB PM, I am satisfied that based on the evidence from witnesses and supporting documents submitted to me by the MACC show that the sum of US$681 million (RM2.08 billion) transferred into the personal account of YAB PM between 22.03.2013 and 10.04.2013 is a personal donation to YAB PM from the Saudi royal family which was given to him without any consideration.

Saudi government had revealed that the US$681 million was not a donation after all. In fact it was actually a sum paid for a ‘business deal’ or to put it rather subtly, an ‘investment’.

This had debunked the BBC report which had said the money was a normal donation given by the late King Abdullah.  

MACC in their investigation personally met and recorded statements from witnesses including the donor which confirm that the donation was given to YAB PM personally.

This confirms that the donor is still alive, and had not yet died. Therefore, it is impossible for the late King Abdullah to be the donor.

Because of the half baked statement he made, Apandi had to make another statement by saying the actual donor was one of the late King’s sons. Since Apandi is still making half baked statements  and not forthcoming with the name of this Prince, the public can hazard a guess that it was Prince Turki Abdullah, the dodgy prince whose company, the dubious Petrosaudi received billions of ringgit from 1MDB back in 2009

I am satisfied that there is no evidence to show that the donation was a form of gratification given corruptly. Evidence obtained from the investigation does not show that the donation was given as an inducement or reward for doing or forbearing to do anything in relation to his capacity as prime minister.

Since it is not a donation, and surely a ‘business deal’ or an investment will have consideration, Najib Razak has broken many laws in Malaysia. And besides, only a stupid public prosecutor will think that someone will give billions of money not because he is a prime minister. What if Najib Razak is Najib Tukiman and works as a teacher in Pekan? Will anyone give him billions of ringgit in his capacity as a teacher?

Furthermore, in August 2013, a sum of US$620 million (RM2.03 billion) was returned by YAB PM to the Saudi royal family because the sum was not utilised.

It did not come as a surprise when he claimed that US$620 was returned to the sender  because various reports had exposed that Najib had remitted billions to an account in Singapore. Sneaky. Until now they never admitted whose account was it in Singapore, but we all can hazard a guess by now.

But let’s just say Apandi and Najib want to continue fooling us by sticking to their narrative that those billions are a donation. Then why on earth did Najib ‘send’ it back? If it was indeed a donation he should have used the balance to help the country, giving out scholarships, build schools or hospitals, or compensate toll operators so that the people won’t have to pay higher toll prices, etc. Or maybe, just maybe, we have an idiot at the helm who did not know how to help his own people with US$620 million?

Anyway what kind of ‘investment’ did he actually do with the unreturned US$61 million and how much was the ROI (return on investment) he had given to the generous giver? Is Najib Razak now an investment institution? Is he licensed and qualified?

Above all, Najib himself said to an UMNO audience that he had used all US$681 million back in 2013 and this is confirmed by a supreme council member. Also, Najib time and time again had never claimed he had returned the money.

Najib, Apandi and the sychophants in UMNO are full of contradictions.

Based on the evidence from witnesses and supporting documents submitted, I am satisfied that no criminal offence has been committed in relation to the said RM2.08 billion donation.

If a public official receives even one sen of donation in their personal bank accounts it will breach the MACC Act, what more billions of ringgit by a member of parliament? And it’s confirmed that the billions is payment for a ‘business deal’. The banking documents exposed by Wall Street Journal last year even stated it as ‘payment’.

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Part of the payment made. Payments were in two tranches, one is US$620 million and the other is US$61 million. All made to the personal bank account of the Prime Minister.

On the same matter, I am satisfied that as no criminal offence has been committed, there is no necessity for Malaysia to make a request for a mutual legal assistance to any foreign States for the purpose of completing the criminal investigation by the MACC in relation to the said RM2.08 billion donation.

The desperation of this handpicked public prosecutor in saving his boss can even be seen by a blind goldfish. Since Prince Turki is the suspected ‘benefactor’ and he was involved with 1MDB, surely MACC must be given the required legal assistance to investigate the wide reach of this criminal activity. But he did not want to. And it was embarrassing for Malaysia to have its AG trying to close and cover up this investigation while other countries are simultaneously trying to investigate the truth for us.

SRC International

With regard to the two investigation papers on SRC International, I am satisfied that no criminal offence has been committed based on the following reasons:

Under the MACC Act 2009

There are no evidence to show that YAB PM has abused his position during the Cabinet meeting which approved the government guarantee on the RM4 billion loan to SRC International from Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Diperbadankan) (KWAP);

Evidence also show that the loan approval process by KWAP and the loan guarantee approval by the Cabinet were properly done;

There are no evidence to show that YAB PM had solicited or was promised any gratification from any party either before, during or after the Cabinet decision was made;

The evidence as a whole does not disclose any conflict of interest on the part of YAB PM; and

MACC itself admitted that based on their investigation, there are no evidence from the witnesses that could show that YAB PM had committed any act of corrupt practice.

We're guessing

We’re guessing this iconic picture summarily can debunk his own reasons in the paragraphs above. Surely getting millions of money into your private and credit card accounts is deemed to be breaching the MACC Act 2009.

Under the Penal Code

There are no evidence to show that YAB PM had any knowledge and/or was informed that monies had been transferred into his personal accounts from the account of SRC International;

Again, the picture above tells a thousand words. And yes, we the ordinary people also have no knowledge from where we receive millions into our personal bank accounts. Nor should we report it to anyone too. We just don’t want people to ask questions about it. We just want to spend it peacefully.

There are no evidence to show that YAB PM had given any approval for the transfer of monies from the account of SRC International into his personal accounts; and

Maybe somebody somehow magically knew Najib Razak’s personal account number for the millions to be banked in.

Evidence show that at all material times, YAB PM was of the belief that all payments which were made by him were made from the donation received from the Saudi royal family which was earlier transferred to his personal accounts.

Yet, Apandi Ali said all the ‘donation/business deal/investment’ money was returned in 2013; but the transfer from SRC International was made in mid to late 2014. Did Najib Razak lie to the AG? Is stupidity the main criteria to be the AG now?

Based on the facts and evidence as a whole, I, as the public prosecutor, am satisfied that no criminal offence has been committed by YAB PM in relation to the three investigation papers. I will return the relevant investigation papers to MACC today with the instruction to close the three investigation papers.

Seems like Apandi Ali is acting more of Najib Razak’s defense lawyer, judge and jury for this deceit.

With all the contradicting and stupid remarks by Apandi Ali, he has no choice but to resign from his post before he erode the AGC office even further and made it the laughing stock of the world.

The public can demand the resignation of any public official since we are a democracy. The moment any public official take for granted the taxpayers money used to pay their salary and beholden to their leaders and not to the public, then they have become a tool for a dictatorship. Hope an independent commission can find someone who will not act as a stooge for the corrupt.

A tip for Apandi’s successor, why don’t you investigate from where this benefactor obtained those billions for it to find its way into Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts and please ask Najib Razak to list down everything that he had spent it on. Every single sen must be accounted for so that we can confirmed it was not used for personal gain. The PUBLIC wants to know. What did he buy with those credit cards anyway? So do your job properly. This should alleviate a little bit of your tattered reputation as a public prosecutor.

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40 thoughts on “Bringing disrepute to AG Chambers, Apandi Ali must resign

  1. AG rejected MACC’s report and recommendation to charge Najib based on his finding that the remaining RM2.03b was returned to the Saudis in Aug 2013. Rumours has it that this statement was not in the MACC’s report. The MACC interviewed Najib who admitted receiving the money but Najib never told the MACC that he returned the RM2.03b to the Saudis. So where did the AG get the idea that the RM2.03b had been sent back in Aug 2013? The AG as public prosecutor can only refer evidence presented to him by the investigator ie MACC. The AG has either made a serious mistake or worse. Fabricating evidence is a serious crime.

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  2. Encik Apandi is so self-satisfied over so many apparent criminal actions ghat we are moved to wish him satisfaction with his lot on Judgement Day. Meanwhile, the pointedly serious business of governing Malaysia should be delegated to sagacious and honorable men.

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  3. Its a pity that protun bloggers have lost their credibility.

    You can disagree, but you must remain credible.
    Saudi government had revealed that the US$681 million was not a donation after all. In fact it was actually a sum paid for a ‘business deal’ or to put it rather subtly, an ‘investment’.

    That is lame. Since when Saudi government had revealed that it was actually an investment? We know about the so call Foreign Minister statement, but that is merely an opinion from a Foreign Minister as it is clearly stated all over the media that he said “It is a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in Malaysia”.

    It seems like you have twisted from “I believe” to become some sort of official Saudi government statement. This is utterly unethical or rather a lame way of “putting words into Saudi government’s mouth”.

    If you want to be convincing, you have to first prove that you are credible and ready to call spade a spade. If you cannot be honest in this sense, no wonder all the effort of the Anti Najib Club (ANC) went fruitless. And the you blame them for not wanting to accept your argument. You have to know that although many have pariah mind to only want to hear what suite their mind, there are also many who are open and ready to listen, provided if you can start be honest with yourself.

    Also do read how an avid ANC stoop so low.
    http://www.malaysia-today.net/the-reason-why-mahathir-wants-gani-reinstated-as-ag/

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    • So what is the Saudi Government’s official word that we can refer to? Perhaps like other sycophants, you would rather have us rely on a ‘well placed Saudi source’ as highlighted by the BBC where the fund came King Abdullah’s personal finances and state funds. Apparently this ‘well placed’ Saudi source is much more believable than the Saudi Government’s Foreign Minister.

      And yes, in order to be more credible, we all must also believe Raja Petra’s writing. He is after all, a very credible person. Thank you and goodnight.

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      • The BBC story (whether planted by Turki himself or one of the Obaids) has blown itself to bits, as it’s clearly a lie.

        King Abdullah’s personal finances and state funds were not involved.

        The dedak bloggers who promoted the BBC eyewash are very quiet now.

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      • Well Mr Jebat, if there is none, than there is none. You can’t expect the Saudi government to issue official statement on every issue according to your concern. They issue statement based on what is relevant to their country.

        What is despicable is for someone to spin some personal opinion to make people to believe that it is an official statement from the Saudi government. If you want to be convincing, you have to do better than that.

        It is also funny to see how your protun supporters shouting and ranting on my comment. But all are pointless ranting. We are long enough in blogsphere to know that haters are going to hate anyway. They will not accept anything except what suit their already preconceived opinion.

        But for you Mr. Jebat, there are many out there who are prepared to listen and think rationally. But only if you can prove that you are worth believing. If you keep on spinning and use lame cases, you can continue to get the cheers from your rabid protun supporters but you will not make any difference. No wonder the protuns and the ANC are loosing the plot.

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        • If you have any problem with the Foreign Minister’s statement, do take it up with him. We don’t have to prove our worth. This is not a KPI-based blog anyway. We never forced people to believe what we had written. They are all opinions, based on available facts. Thank you for visiting, reading and commenting in this blog. Do come again if you want to. But if your standards require you to read a more rational and more believable writings, we suggest you visit all the pro-Najib and pro-Donation’s blogs/FB pages. May you find what you desire in there.

          Thank you.

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        • Your plea is for rationality and evidence in this instance.
          The rakyat has also been pleading for rational explanations and evidence of absolution from criminal wrongdoing – over the course of a year.
          “Spin, rabid, lame, rant” are hardly adjectives reasonable gentleman use to accuse others in a rational discourse on this subject of national urgency.

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        • Ummmmm, Grandmakcik…

          “What is despicable is for someone to spin some personal opinion to make people to believe that it is an official statement from the Saudi government. If you want to be convincing, you have to do better than that.”

          Like I said, please prove your suggestion that the Saudi Foreign Minister does not represent the Saudi government? So what Anifah Aman is sent to say at presscons are not from the Malaysian govt?

          Let me ask you when your brain damage started? Did a jewel-encrusted hippo sit on your head? Or a 100-kati bag of dedak hit you in the head?

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          • Zalman,

            If you cannot differentiate between a personal opinion with a pretext of “I believe”, then it is not worth explaining anything to you.

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            • And all of us sane people wondered why the minister did not believe it was a donation. Because it isn’t. Why? Because he concluded his opinion based on the info he gets over there. Hence, that Saudi Minister would’ve have talked in the capacity of a government minister. Just like how our ministers’ stupid opinions about the donation had derived from the lies they received from the top. Sadly, this had inadvertently being used to represent Malaysian Government, which is then picked up by international media and laughed at by international community.

              Thank you.

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              • We can go on and on to speculate and speculate. Why he is like this, why he is like that. But it is nothing more than speculation. It is as though we have all the rights to put word in others mouth. When I am typing this, I saw the sentence “Astound us with your intelligence!”. Speculation is not intelligence.

                As for Zalman, it further proof that it is not worth responding to you. Calling name is the sign of lack of intelligence.

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            • Ha ha ha!

              Ohhhhh, Grandmangkuk, Grandmangkuk, you are entertaining.

              Mai, makcik, mai. Nah, ambik alamat nih jer (you’re welcome. :

              258, Jalan Ampang, Kampung Datuk Keramat, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

              Phone:+60 3-4257 9433

              Go to the Saudi Embassy and ask whether (a) the Saudi Foreign Minister was just shootin’ the breeze in a press conference, or (b) he was sent out to quickly and officially kill off the claim that the Saudi govt was part of Najib’s corruption on a G2G basis.

              Read this, may help:

              “The reason is that Saudi Arabia is a monarchy. For the attorney-general of a country to publicly say the donation came from the Saudi royal family is to imply that the $US700 million was an official government policy, and would imply involvement of the previous king of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah. And that is why the Saudi foreign minister had to come out strongly and deny it.”

              http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/tan-sri-apandi-the-saudi-government-just-disputed-your-story-sir-wenger-j

              OK?

              Get an adult to read it to you slowly, if you can’t manage.

              Yes, the Saudis will tell you the answer is (b).

              Anyone with half a brain (which is half a brain more than you) has worked out the truth already – from the 41 lies that Najib & macai2 have told so far.

              Now go away and read RPK. His theory is that Najib’s wealth came from a 17th century Bugis ancestor. You can swallow that, I know you can. Clever boy.

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        • Saudi FM’s comment forced Apandi to admit that the donor was a son of King Abdullah i.e. Prinice Turks.
          Foreign minister was giving an interview to a major international paper critical of Najib . He knew what he was saying and his word is the word of the Govt on the regard
          GM talks a good game finding fault here and there . Just answer a simple question : RM 2.5 bil donation legal or not…

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    • Bila tak tahu nak reply camana, pemakan dedak pun cakap la itu lame, ini lame. Padahal diri sendiri takdak credibility. Yang tukang komen pun kita tak tahu asal usul apa. Tiba tiba nak sumbat nama RPK sini. Qakakakaka siapa lah yang percaya kat RPK dan suku sakat dia. Tinggal yang makan dedak je yang percaya. Itu pun kena paksa percaya. Kalau tak miss soru! Betui tak?

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    • When a foreign minister believes and assumes, means he has no idea of what is going. US$620 is not a small sum, thus rather than being labelled as stupid and ignorant foreign minister, he covers his ass with such statement. And this statement itself shows that even officials in Saudi are in the dark about the whole brouhaha. So now let’s see how is the AG gonna duck and twist Swiss, UK, France, Hong Kong and Singapore authorities. And let’s see whose pants gonna catch fire.

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      • actually he can duck it rather very easily.
        in his shut up MACC and close the file statement, he already did that.

        remember the line ‘no need for Malaysia to request mutual agreement with foreign countries blah blah blah’ ? he already say that Malaysia DOES NOT REQUIRE any other proof from other countries. so STFU.

        the only way forward is the investigators and prosecutors from those countries make their findings public. then we see how pandi is going to duck.

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    • grandmarquis?

      There is nothing dignified or noble in your comment.

      Strange!! RPK is now THE official source of credibility? Isn’t he the fugitive who was charged with sedition and then ran away to Mother England?

      http://www.theantdaily.com/Main/Clare-Rewcastle-What-about-our-Malaysian-fugitive-RPK#sthash.ZBXnsgMp.dpuf

      In fact, he used to be pro-Anwar and anti-Najib. So, we can deduce that he is a turncoat who writes according to paymaster’s wishes – nothing really to do with objective TRUTH.

      P.S. Pro-TUN camp is morally superior to turncoats and sycophants.

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    • To the open, non-pariah minded ah jib gor lover: Methinks the Saudi Foreign Minister’s public disclosure that it was an investment fund transfer is far more credible than the Malaysian AG’s belief that it was a saudi royal donation – in the absence of supporting proof in both cases. Why? … We’ll leave you to jog your “never stoop low” mind so that you may ultimately call a spade a spade – do you mind not burdening us with your private exertions?

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    • Agree with grandmarquis of how lame this blog writer has be. I have read his post since last year, and his thesis still unchanged: ‘Najib is a crook since a public official cannot having billions of money in their account especially when the fund source is not convincing enough ‘.
      Actually majority of rakyat doesn’t care about the money source or why Najib is granted to received billions in his account. Because that’s how the world works right now. And you are so naive to thinks politicians cannot bend/twist the law anytime they want, as long have help from ‘others’.

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        • “I now have a clone. Not sure if it is a compliment or a curse.”

          I think FakeRay is a Jho Low tribute act, bro.

          You know, register companies that sound ***almost*** like the real thing, then transfer money to your Bugis accompllce. That sort of thing : )

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      • Clearly, you can’t tell right from wrong anymore! Hope your son kena extortion by samseng at school so that his father learns a lesson about morality.
        Mat, might is not right. Virtue is.

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      • Dear Fake Ray,

        “I have read his post since last year, and his thesis still unchanged: ‘Najib is a crook since a public official cannot having billions of money in their account especially when the fund source is not convincing enough’.

        No, JMD is not writing a “thesis”, bro.

        It’s called the MACC Act 2009.

        Your Bugis boy is guilty by law, and yes, the people do care. His Malay support is under 30% (plus a few pemakan dedak like your good self, of course.)

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        • “It’s called the MACC Act 2009′ – witty, humorous and straight to the point. I moved from being a blogger to back room staff with Kelab JMD🙂

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    • “That is lame. Since when Saudi government had revealed that it was actually an investment? We know about the so call Foreign Minister statement, but that is merely an opinion from a Foreign Minister as it is clearly stated all over the media that he said “It is a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in Malaysia”.

      You are clutching at straws.

      The Foreign Minister (yg tu OK ke bro? Or you also think Anifah Aman’s official statements on behalf of Malaysia are also unofficial?) is saying very clearly it’s not a donation, and he is washing the Saudi gomen’s hands clean of the matter, and leaving Prince Turki to his fate.

      PS: Why are seven countries members of the Anti Najib Club (ANC)? Do they get colouring books and badges when they join? Pale otak hang.

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  4. bro….they are promoting a scapegoat for najib…and..the goat is a… bit blackish

    goto another brick in the wall blog..

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  5. Media groups criticised Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali over his warning of action against media personnel who refuse to disclose sources of leaked official secrets, with one calling the move “blatant intimidation”.

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/press-groups-lash-out-at-ags-pledge-to-pursue-journos-over-info-leaks#sthash.rQHS8sKv.dpuf

    An obvious exposure that the scandalous 1MDB was heavily dependent on OSA right from the word ‘go’. Advisors were super-confident that no one will ever know. So party on …….

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  6. RPK is a source of inspiration for the desperate. From a SD that placed Rosmah Mansor at the scene of a hideous crime to writng stout defence of Najib and attacking Tun M and family. What acredible fellow.

    We all know this great and ‘brave’ Malaysian writer of fiction ran off with his tails between his legs when he was outed as a liar. He now writes his daily drivel from a safe distance to sustain life in a foreign life.

    I guess desperate situations call for desperate measures but to ask us to believe in RPK is a step beyond desperate.

    Pity these fellows who cannot stand on their own, however ‘grand’ they claim to be.

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  7. Najib clearly stated that he DID NOT spend any of those monies for personal gains. But stupid Apandi said Najib used and paid for the credit card thinking that the money was from the donation. Both of them are stupid idiots and lying.

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  8. as some have mentioned, bro din is trying to place blame on certain quarters. i feel bad for the guy. honestly do. i am giving him the benefit of the doubt that he really believes that our beloved pm is innocent + he has info. but what happens now is that, he lost all cred. he believed it was a donation. went apeshit in defending that and now believes it was an investment of some ilk. how do you build your street cred and rep back up again if our beloved pm is no longer pm? anyways see ya jebat. and i dont understand the grandmarquis guy. on certain blogs, he seems cool and on some others, he’s like a fickled poop. impersonator?

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  9. “A tip for Apandi’s successor, why don’t you investigate from where this benefactor obtained those billions for it to find its way into Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts and please ask Najib Razak to list down everything that he had spent it on. Every single sen must be accounted for so that we can confirmed it was not used for personal gain.”

    The outflows from those 2 AmBank accounts while they were active will tell a horrifying tale in themselves.

    No wonder the Cabinet & KBU cannot let Najib fall.

    They are accomplices. Or at least receivers of stolen goods.

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