SON OF MURDERED BANKER URGES HUSNI TO EXPOSE NAJIB & HIS LAWLESS REGIME: COME CLEAN ON THE MILLIONS IN AMBANK FOR WHICH MY DAD WAS KILLED
Former Minister of Finance II Husni Hanadzlah should raise the following issues in Parliament:
The Malaysian Attorney General (AG) has decided that Najib did not commit any wrongdoing on the USD681 million “donation”. He referred to wire transfers which showed the money went from an Arab to him. Case closed. (In fact, there are issues here on Bank Negara rules and whether AmBank is into money laundering, a crime punishable by penal law).
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) civil suit in a California Court showed the Arab was the channel for the USD681 million to go from 1MDB to Najib. According to a Sarawak Report, the Arab was paid USD70 million for being the channel. The MACC probably didn’t check this report on the USD70 million. Given the “new evidence” which turned up in the US DoJ civil suit, the MACC should re-open the USD 681 million case and submit their investigation papers to the AG. That’s the law on “new evidence”.
The AG also said that Najib returned USD620 million of the donation to the Arab because it was not “used”. Not used for what? That means Najib kept USD61 million. Did he pay taxes on it?
On RM43 million from SRC International that entered Najib’s account, the AG accepted his explanation that he (Najib) thought that it was part of the USD681 million when he was busy spending it to settle two credit card bills, totaling RM3 million, among others.The catch here is the RM43 million came in after the USD 620 million was returned.
Again, what’s the status on the RM43 million? Isn’t Najib going to repay the money? What’s the MACC’s and AG’s position on this? What is the police doing about the RM43 million?
Why did SRC transfer the money to Najib?
The story reported by the media was that the RM43 million was Najib’s “commission” for instructing KWAP, the retirement fund, to give a RM4 billion loan to SRC International. Did he pay tax on the RM43 million? The three top staff at SRC, including a lady, reportedly fled overseas. Apparently, they are still listed as staff of SRC International.