“We have to be clear that these are not allegations against Najib brought up in the Tel Aviv court, but they are documentary evidence based on the business records of Senpai following law suits between its three shareholders. Thus, they are facts that show Najib’s regime did in fact engage in business with the Israeli firm.” – Fazly Razally
US$300,000-$400,000 (from the Special Branch, between US$2 million and US$2.5 million from the Prime Minister’s Office, between US$800,000 and US$2.2 million from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), and a similar sum from the police was paid to the Israeli firm.
FORMER attorney general Tommy Thomas resigned on February 28, days after it became clear the Perikatan Nasional coup […]
“Written representations are received by AGC on a daily basis from lawyers acting for accused facing criminal trials and appeals. Hence, there was nothing sinister about the sending of representations by Riza’s solicitors. Whether I personally acted in agreeing to their request for a discharge is an altogether separate issue. I did not. It is as plain and simple as that.” – Tommy Thomas
FORMER Prime Minister Najib Razak provided another hint of his expectations of the outcome of his court proceedings […]
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin in a statement today confirmed the return of US$300 million in funds through seizures […]