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Monday, May 15, 2017

Poser over who printed documents in Rafizi's Bafia trial



A Public Bank senior officer today testified that financial statements linked to the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) and its chairperson Mohd Salleh Ismail were printed from the accused Johari Mohamad's computer at the bank's Jinjang branch.
However, witness Fam Yoke Fong said Johari did not have access to the documents, as another login identity, known only as "CCH", was used to access the documents. "CCH" was described as Chan Chen Hooi, a senior officer at the branch.
Fam, who is the bank's general manager for the IT division, told the court that Johari had logged into his computer using his login identity and password.
"Subsequently, 'CCH' used the same computer to log into the branch delivery system (BDS), which had access to (confidential information).
"Johari had no access to the BDS... I can only confirm that Johari logged-in to the personal computer. Later, the other user called CCH used the same computer to log into the BDS system.
"Our bank's policy clearly states that we must not share our ID and password," she said.
Fam was a prosecution witness in the trial of Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli and Johari, who are both charged under Section 97 of the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 (Bafia) over disclosure of four accounts linked to NFC and Salleh.
Rafizi had used the documents to back his allegations that a RM250 million government soft loan for the project was not used properly, in what is known as the "Cowgate scandal".

Meanwhile, Fam told the Sessions Court that not every computer in Public Bank branches were equipped with the BDS system.
When asked by judge Zamri Bakar why two individuals could log into the same computer using two login identities, Fam explained that Johari had logged into the operating system of his assigned computer at 8.40am while the "CCH" login was used to access the BDS software at about 9.27am the same day.
The hearing continues on Thursday where Fam is expected to undergo cross-examination.- Mkini

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