FORMER Prime Minister Najib Razak provided another hint of his expectations of the outcome of his court proceedings after posting on his Facebook page that he will be looking to sue Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle Brown after they are are settled.

In the posting, in which Najib shared a Malaysiakini report about a data analysis firm seeking to claim RM15 million in damages over a series of twitter postings and articles from Sarawak Report.

“She lies a lot. This is the second lawsuit she is facing due to slander,” said Najib.

“After my cases are over, I will also consider to sue her,” he stated, providing a hint that he foresees an end to his trials that is favorable to himself.

Najib attached links to several other news articles published during his reign as the 6th Prime Minister to justify his claims of having been slandered by Brown.

Najib is currently battling a series of trials over 42 counts of corruption and money laundering linked to the rogue sovereign fund 1MDB.

Following the political coup last month, which saw the fall of the Pakatan Harapan government, to be replaced by Perikatan Nasional which includes Barisan Nasional, PAS, Bersatu and 11 defectors from PKR, Najib had announced that he now expects a “more conducive environment” in court.