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Thursday, June 15, 2017

A RM2.6b question: Why is Putrajaya not probing Jho Low?

YOURSAY | ‘We’ve a single M’sian who is seemingly dragging 30m people with him into the mud.’
Don’t Just Talk: The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed another lawsuit to seize the RM416 million worth of assets comprising of a penthouse, office building and an apartment in the upmarket Mayfair district in London purchased by Penang-born tycoon Jho Low allegedly using 1MDB funds.
However, in Malaysia there is not even a whimper of an investigation from the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC), and Bank Negara into how the money laundering took place.
Even before the dust from the 1MDB financial scandal could settle, we are in the midst of another scandal - the Felda Global Ventures Holdings Berhad (FGV) scandal.
When we have a rotten fish head as a leader of the country, it is not at all surprising to find that the cancer has spread to the body and the tail of the fish.
JD Lovrenciear: Wow, we are world-famous, but all for the wrong reasons. We are doing nothing to protect the nation's good name and reputation... or are we?
It is baffling why we are not distancing ourselves from Low, a single Malaysian who is seemingly dragging 30 million people with him into the mud.
Can any of our learned judges, lawyers, leaders of integrity, and investigators please enlighten us? It is taking far too long waiting in this endless dark tunnel.
Anonymous 2447961480069542: How about issuing an arrest warrant for Low in Malaysia with all this damning evidence?
Malaysian Officer 1 (MO1) is untouchable at the moment, but how about Low? Is he protected material as well, in case he drags MO1 down? Your guess is as good as mine.
Justice: It’s amazing that no one in the 1MDB probe has been held accountable or prosecuted in Malaysia, as if 1MDB is not a Malaysian company that was mismanaged by Malaysians.
Alunan Ombak: If the DOJ's allegations about Low and MO1 in the 1MDB scandal are false or fabricated, this is another opportunity for PM Najib Abdul Razak to multiply his personal fortune of billions of US dollars by challenging and counter-suing the DOJ and other parties like Sarawak ReportThe Wall Street Journal, and a host of other media outlets for defamation and compensation.
At the same time, this is also the best opportunity for him to vindicate himself. Failing which, it simply tells us that he is guilty of what they have alleged. Simple as that!
Clever Voter: Najib wants us to spread good news through social media, and Education Minister Mahdzir Khalid wants us not to read fake news from foreign sources.
Isn't this an example of news that is of public interest, and why we should continue to be informed of activities that are of interest to us?
Ironically, this is the sort of news BN propagandists do not welcome. This is yet another piece of evidence exposing the rotten truth of immoral activities that have taken place and yet are being denied at every level within this country.
How then do we go about explaining what has taken place?
Touche: Najib, how are we to spread positive news about Malaysia, when even the DOJ seizes Low's properties allegedly using 1MDB money, whilst you and the authorities are not even bothered to arrest him.
Robbed!: Okay, let’s say Najib is not involved in this case. But at the very least, PDRM, MACC and the AGC should make an attempt to recover whatever is left of the RM42 billion allegedly lost from 1MDB, and make an effort to arrest Low.
The rakyat will then spread good and positive news of Malaysia, just like Najib wants!
Discovery: Thank you to the US government. We Malaysians are highly indebted to your government, especially the DOJ.
It is terribly unfortunate that our government and its enforcement agencies, whose officers have sworn to protect our interests, have instead chosen to do nothing.
This alleged grand theft will cause our children and grandchildren to be indebted for years to come, and with your (DOJ’s) actions, we can at least hope to have this debt reduced. Thank you, America!
Unafraid: It is absolutely incomprehensible that in spite of all the worldwide interests and investigations over the alleged crimes of Jho Low, yet in our own country, his name is hardly ever mentioned by the police or the MACC. Why is that?
The commercial crime departments in at least 10 countries are probing the ill-gotten massive wealth of this well-connected Malaysian and yet in our own country, it is almost taboo to mention his name. Is he well protected for reasons better known to the governing authorities?
Why are other commercial crime watchdogs like Bank Negara so silent on an alleged big-time international crook? What kind of justice system do we have in Malaysia that is so afraid of seeking out the truth?
Does it mean that crooks with strong political connections can go scot free in our country?
Bamboo: The 1MDB-linked money used by Low to purchase London properties which the DOJ wants to seize, was allegedly laundered through the purchase of a US energy company.
The alleged thieves thought they could confuse us by transferring the money through various transactions.
Worldly Wise: Low was not a signatory to the 1MDB accounts. He must have received all the money from someone who took the money.
Who took the money? Only WSJ can tell us. Malaysians cannot say. If they do, they will be in serious trouble.
RM2.6 Billion Turkey Haram: If Najib could recover all the money allegedly stolen by MO1, Low and Najib’s stepson Riza Aziz, Malaysians need not have suffered an increase in the cost of living, caused by the goods and services tax, withdrawal of subsidies and now a tourism tax.
It seems he is not bothered at all by the huge losses. Najib, it’s time that you act, and stop pretending that you have the people's interests at heart.- Mkini

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