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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Manila claims Musa blocked deportation of conman


Philippine Interior Secretary Mar Roxas has claimed that Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman has blocked the repatriation of the country's most wanted conman.

NONEManuel Karingal Amalilio (left), the scam boss wanted by the Philippine police for cheating over 15,000 people of 12 billion pesos (RM895 million), was said to be Musa's nephew but the Malaysian police has since denied it.

According to a report published in ABS-CBNNews.com, the news website of Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN last Friday, Roxas told a local TV channel that Musa (right) has stopped the agents of the Philippine National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) from bringing Amalillo back to the Philippines.

"It's not clear why Malaysian authorities stopped Amalilio from leaving," Roxas was quoted as saying.

He added that the Philippine enforcement officers have brought all the necessary documents with them, including Amalilio's birth certificate and his Philippine passport, to prove that the scam suspect is a Filipino citizen.

NONE"We have complete documentation of Amalilio as a Filipino," Roxas (right) said.

Amalilio, who owns Aman Futures Group, reportedly claimed Malaysian citizenship and used the alias, Mohammad Suffian Saaid.

"Amalilio is also claiming Malaysian citizenship. That may be the intersection of the conflict," Roxas said.

According to the news report, Amalilio was arrested by the Malaysian immigration police on Jan 22 for carrying a fake Malaysian passport and identity card.

Roxas said the Department of Foreign Affairs, in particular the ambassador to Malaysia, Ed Malay, is working hard to bring Amalilio back to the country to answer a number of charges.

Deportation stopped at the last minute

Meanwhile, Philippine Justice Secretary Leila de Lima told the media that the Philippines did all it could in the failed attempt to repatriate Amalilio, as all documents of the scam suspect were in order and verified.

NONEPhilippine daily The Philippine Star also quoted De Lima (left) as saying that Malaysian officials - one of them identified by her as Musa - had intervened and stopped Amalilio's deportation last Thursday.

"His (Amalilio) flight was blocked by a Malaysian police commissioner on orders from ‘higher ups'."

She said the Malaysian police officers arrived and took Amalilio into custody about 10 minutes before he was to board the flight.

De Lima claimed that the four-member NBI team was not given a clear and acceptable reason for the last-minute intervention on what should have been a smooth deportation.

"We are still trying to verify the reason so we can determine the next step or move to ensure that we will get Amalilio," she was quoted as saying.

NONEThe justice chief said that her office might consider filing an official request for the Malaysian government's clarification to shed light on the incident.

The issue has caught the attention of Philippine President Benigno S Aquino III (right), who vowed to bring Amalilio back to face the law.

"We expect him to be brought back to the Philippines and to face trial, and with the evidence presented, to be convicted and sent to jail.

"That will serve, hopefully, as a deterrent to others," Aquino told reporters in Davos after attending the World Economic Forum.

'No link to Musa's family'


According to The Philippine Star, Amalilio's deportation was blocked due to "incomplete documents" after it was found that he is also a Malaysian national.

Quoting an insider, the daily claimed that Amalilio who also goes by the name, Mohd Kamal Saaim, has influential relatives in Malaysia.

NONENevertheless, Sabah police chief Hamza Taib (right) denied the allegation against Musa yesterday and clarified that Amalilio is not in any way linked to Musa's family.

"It was my decision (to stop the move to send him back on Thursday) as we have to follow proper procedures to deport anyone.

"We have nothing against deporting the man, but (to date) there has been no request for his deportation by the Philippines," he was quoted as saying by The Star.

He elaborated that any deportation should follow the law.

The Malaysian English daily also reported that Amalilio had claimed to be a nephew of both Musa and his brother, Foreign Minister Anifah Aman, while luring thousands of Filipino investors into his investment scheme, offering them an enticing 67 percent in returns.

He fled the Philippines for Sabah in November immediately after the President Aquino ordered his arrest.

Amalilio was arrested in Ranau, Sabah on Thursday, but the arrest had apparently nothing to do with the scam in the Philippines.

Hamza explained that Amalilio was held over identity issues, and that investigations were being carried out for offences under Section 12(1) D of the Passport Act 1966 that provides for a maximum fine of RM10,000 or five years' jail time, or both.

"We found him in possession of a suspected fake Philippines passport... and are now trying to establish his true citizenship," he said.

149 comments:

  1. Datuk Musa pun tidak kenal dengan orang yang disebutkan itu.

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    1. Buatlah siasatan yang wajar untuk mendapatkan kebenaran.

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    2. I think this is merely to let down the state government.

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    3. In fact this news is just come when RCI hearing is being done, they have bad intentions.

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    4. Musa Aman has admitted that he is related to Amalilio.

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    5. However the fact that Amalilio is his nephew was not the reason why Amalilio's deportment was restricted.

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    6. In fact he said he has not interfered in the matter at all, it has more to do with the local authorities.

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    7. Police Chief Hamza Taib siad it is his own decision to stop Amalilio's department and have nothing to do with Musa Aman whatsoever.

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    8. It is due to the fact Amalilio was found using a fake identity while at Sabah and it was a serious offense that can cost Amalilio fines or jail term.

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    9. He also said that the proper procedure needs to be followed if the Philippine authorities wanted to deport Amalio.

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    10. Musa Aman said he wish both countries can work together to resolve this matter in the best possible way.

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  2. Ini mungkin hanya rekaan untuk mengaitkan Datuk Musa dalah hal ini.

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    1. Rekaan dan fitnah untuk menjatuhkan Musa akan dikenal pasti.

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    2. Opposition is always trying to associate negative matters with Musa.

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    3. Now that explanations have been given, it is hoped that no more attempts of dragging the CM into this will be made.

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    4. Musa Aman said no one is above the law, not even a person who is his nephew.

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    5. Those who causes an offense must accept their due punishment.

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  3. Tambahan lagi kejayaan yang telah dilakukan oleh Datuk Musa kepada Negeri Sabah ini.

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    1. Kejayaan ini mengakibatkan perasaan jealous. Itulah membuat sesuatu untuk menjatuhkan beliau.

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    2. I don't think they really see it.

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    3. So far, Musa has done a great deal of achievement . The people should realize it by now.

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  4. Jadi pembangkang semakin keliru bagaimana untuk menjatuhkan Datuk Musa.

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    1. Melainkan Musa memang terlibat, jika tidak, tiada unsur boleh menjatuhkan beliau.

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    2. They have bad intentions, that's why.

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  5. Perkara ini sebenarnya sengaja dikaitkan dengan Kerajaan Sabah yang diketua oleh Datuk Musa. Ini kerana penjayah itu berada di Sabah. Tapi tidak bermakna penjayah itu dilindungi seperti didakwa oleh pihak yang tidak bertanggungjawab.

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    1. Ya betul tu. Ada maklumat yang mengatakan Manuel ditahan sebab berdepan dengan tuduhan berkaitan identiti palsu. Jadi tidak hairan jika Sabah menyekat kepulangannya ke Filipina sebelum isu itu diselesaikan.

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    2. RCI akan bertindak untuk mencari punca masalah. Jika benar ada pihak yang disyaki libat, tindakan harus diambil.

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  6. Seorang ahli perniagaan Malaysia yang diburu Polis Filipina selepas disyaki mendalangi kegiatan penipuan membabitkan kerugian ratusan juta ringgit di negara itu dilaporkan ditahan pihak berkuasa Malaysia di Sabah, Selasa lalu.

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  7. Media Filipina melaporkan ahli perniagaan terbabit, Mohammad Suffian Saaid, 32, atau lebih dikenali sebagai Manuel K Amalilio di Filipina, ditahan pihak berkuasa imigresen kerana menggunakan pasport palsu.

    Beliau adalah pengasas dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Aman Futures Group Phils Inc (Aman Futures), sebuah syarikat pelaburan berteraskan skim piramid dengan operasi perniagaan bertumpu di Filipina.

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  8. Suffian disyaki menggunakan skim itu untuk menipu kira-kira 15,000 pelabur di negara berkenaan, melabur di syarikatnya menyebabkan kebanyakan mereka menanggung kerugian besar dan dibebani hutang bank.

    Penolong Pengarah Khidmat Operasi Serantau Biro Penyiasatan Nasional (NBI) Filipina, Virgilio Mendez, dipetik sebagai berkata, beberapa mangsa penipuan Aman Futures turut merancang mahu bersemuka dengan Amalilio di Sabah.

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  9. Selain Suffian, turut diburu enam lagi eksekutif kanan syarikat itu termasuk Fernando Nonoy Luna, Lelian Lim Gan, Edward L Lim, William L Fuentes, Naezelle M Rodriguez dan Lurix Lopez. Pihak berkuasa turut mengesahkan syarikat itu beroperasi tanpa permit.

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  10. Pesuruhjaya Polis Sabah, Datuk Hamza Taib dan Pengarah Jabatan Imigresen Sabah, Datuk Mohammad Mentek, ketika dihubungi BH semalam, enggan mengulas lanjut.

    Pada November lalu, BH melaporkan Suffian diburu Polis Filipina selepas disyaki mendalangi kegiatan penipuan di negara jiran itu membabitkan kerugian ratusan juta ringgit.

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    1. Kami menantikan perkembangan selanjutnya tentagn kes ini.

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  11. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said BN leaders have no time to dwell on the lies and rumours spread by the opposition, who continuously try to distract the people by promising ‘the moon and the stars’ with their empty promises.

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  12. “We have many more development plans for the people and the state, and believe me, only BN has proven its ability to develop Sabah, and we have a good track record as evidence,” he said

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    1. Dalam pimpinan Musa, Sabah akan berkembang pesat.

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  13. Musa, who is also the Sabah BN chief, added that there is no reason for the present government to be replaced just because of the call by the opposition party.

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    1. Terpulanglah kepada rakyat untuk menentukannya. Sudah pasti rakyat sendiri bijak dan tahu apakah yang terbaik untuk mereka.

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  14. “Their call to change the Government is just an act to attract the people’s attention, but it is a waste of time because Malaysians in Sabah are not easily fooled, they are smart and mature, and know what is best for them.

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  15. “We know that the opposition have been going in and out of villages. They are trying to influence the people. But we must realise that whatever change that should happen, it should involve good government.

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  16. “The opposition keeps forgetting that their leaders are the ones who are there just waiting for good deals, who like to jump from one party to another. So do not underestimate that the people of Sabah are not smart enough to evaluate these leaders,” he said.

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  17. Musa also stressed that BN is a transparent government, and always ready to accept any views from the people to make this state a better place to live in for all.

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  18. “We welcome suggestions from the people. Do not be afraid to come forward and share your views and if the proposals are good, and would benefit the people and state as a whole, we will accept and take into consideration because the BN government is determined and focused in its struggle, and that it to help the people,” he said.

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  19. Musa said the country is blessed to have a credible and good leader like Datuk Najib Tun Razak as the prime minister.

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  20. “While the opposition are causing unrest through Bersih 1.0 and Bersih 2.0, the BN government is busy distributing assistance to those in need through BR1M 1 and BR1M 2. This is a clear difference between the ruling government and an ambitious party,” he said.

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  21. Things have changed for so many damn times.

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  22. Isu ini makin popular di internet, pasti ramai yang akan salah faham jika hal ini tidak ditanggani segera.

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    1. Sudah pasti ada banyak andaian negatif akan dibuat.

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  23. Musa adalah CM Sabah yang menjadi pilihan ramai dan bukan sennag untuk menjatuhkannya. Isu yang dikaitkan dengannya pasti ada udang disebalik batu:P

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  24. Musa juga mellaui nasihatnya cukup membuktikan beliau begitu telus menjalakna tanggungjawabnya terhadap rakyat.
    Malah Musa juga mahukan jentera BN sentiasa mendekati rakyat dan mendengar rintihan mereka tidak kiralah pilihan raya jadi atau tidak:)

    “Kita perlu terus mengadakan kerjasama dengan pegawai daerah, wakil-wakil rakyat dan pemimpin masyarakat untuk mengetahui masalah rakyat yang memerlukan bantuan dan pembelaan,” katanya.

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  25. Serahkan kepada pihak berkuasa untuk membuat siasatan selanjutnya.

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  26. According to the news report, Amalilio was arrested by the Malaysian immigration police on Jan 22 for carrying a fake Malaysian passport and identity card.

    Apakah tindakan akan diambil sekiranya disabit menggunakan dokumen palsu.

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  27. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    Reports in Manila claim that Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman had blocked the deportation of a conman wanted by the Philippine police but Malaysian police claim otherwise.

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  28. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    Philippine Interior Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas was quoted as saying that the deportation of the country’s most wanted conman was stopped by Musa, who has been facing a series of allegations of late.

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  29. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    The suspect, Manuel Karingal Amalillo, who operated a company Aman Futures Group, had claimed to be a nephew of Musa and Foreign Minister Anifah Aman in courting his victims.

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  30. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    He had lured thousands of Filipino investors into his investment scheme offering 67% in returns. Amalillo fled the Philippines for Sabah in November after Philippine President Benigno Aquino III ordered his arrest.

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  31. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    More than 15,000 investors were cheated of around 12 billion pesos (RM895 million) in his scam. Amalillo, also known as Mohammad Suffian Syed in Malaysia, was arrested in Ranau, Sabah, last Thursday.

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  32. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    Meanwhile, Sabah police chief Comm Hamza Taib dismissed the reports that Musa blocked the deportation.

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  33. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    “It was my decision [to stop the move to send him back last Thursday] as we have to follow proper procedures to deport anyone,” he was quoted as saying in The Star.

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  34. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    “We have nothing against deporting the man but [to date] there has been no request for his deportation by the Philippines,” he added. Hamza also said that Amalillo’s arrest had nothing to do with the scam in the Philippines.

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  35. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    He said Amalillo was held over identity issues and that investigations were being carried out for offences under Section 12(1) D of the Passport Act 1966 that provides for a maximum fine of RM10,000 or five years’ jail or both.

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  36. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    “We found him in possession of a suspected fake Philippine passport. We are now trying to establish his true citizenship,” he said.

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  37. MEDIA PEMBANGKANG TETAP AKAN MENSENSASIKAN BERITA YANG TIDAK BENAR DAN SUDAH DINAFIKAN.. TAPI KALAU PEMIMPIN MEREKA YANG KENA, HABIS DIMAKI-HAMUN PIHAK YANG BUAT LAPORAN

    Hamza, who confirmed that the suspect had no family relationship with Musa, said any deportation should follow the required laws as this would help strengthen and create harmonious relations between the police force of both countries.

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  38. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


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    PETALING JAYA: Reports in Manila claim that Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman had blocked the deportation of a conman wanted by the Philippine police but Malaysian police claim otherwise.

    Philippine Interior Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas was quoted as saying that the deportation of the country’s most wanted conman was stopped by Musa, who has been facing a series of allegations of late.

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  39. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    The suspect, Manuel Karingal Amalillo (seated third from left), who operated a company Aman Futures Group, had claimed to be a nephew of Musa and Foreign Minister Anifah Aman in courting his victims.

    He had lured thousands of Filipino investors into his investment scheme offering 67% in returns.

    Amalillo fled the Philippines for Sabah in November after Philippine President Benigno Aquino III ordered his arrest.

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  40. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    More than 15,000 investors were cheated of around 12 billion pesos (RM895 million) in his scam.

    Amalillo, also known as Mohammad Suffian Syed in Malaysia, was arrested in Ranau, Sabah, last Thursday.

    Meanwhile, Sabah police chief Comm Hamza Taib dismissed the reports that Musa blocked the deportation.

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  41. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    “It was my decision [to stop the move to send him back last Thursday] as we have to follow proper procedures to deport anyone,” he was quoted as saying in The Star.

    “We have nothing against deporting the man but [to date] there has been no request for his deportation by the Philippines,” he added.

    Hamza also said that Amalillo’s arrest had nothing to do with the scam in the Philippines.

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  42. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    He said Amalillo was held over identity issues and that investigations were being carried out for offences under Section 12(1) D of the Passport Act 1966 that provides for a maximum fine of RM10,000 or five years’ jail or both.

    “We found him in possession of a suspected fake Philippine passport. We are now trying to establish his true citizenship,” he said.

    Hamza, who confirmed that the suspect had no family relationship with Musa’s family, said any deportation should follow the required laws as this would help strengthen and create harmonious relations between the police force of both countries.

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  43. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    It is learnt that the money which Amalillo allegedly embezzled through Aman Future Group is in the hands of eight of his cousins.

    The scheme was also said to have resulted in the deaths of scores of its agents at the hands of enraged victims, while some investors committed suicide.

    According to reports, victims of the scheme included the Phillipines president’s sister Kris Aquino and senior government officers were among thousands who suffered losses.

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  44. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    Reports also said that 25 people from the same family lost a total of 150 million pesos.

    The single biggest investor was a woman who pumped in 31 million pesos, according to a statement issued by Barakah Trading and Twin Khan Trading, two companies authorised by the Aman Group to collect money from the investors. The two companies invested 418,447,440 million pesos, or about RM30 million.

    A group of senior officials of Twin Khan Trading are reportedly in Kota Kinabalu to liase with those involved.

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  45. SLANDERING IS THE CORE TASK OF OPPOSITIONS

    Police: CM did not block fugitive’s deportation


    Meanwhile, a family friend who claims to have known Amalillo personally since his youth, said the latter was born and raised in Kampung Bingkul, Beaufort, Sabah. His father Haji Said Abdullah is an Indian Muslim from Kuala Lumpur.

    Both parents were said to have migrated to Australia back in the early 1980s, leaving their son behind to live with his uncle in Beaufort.

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  46. Ketua Menteri Sabah Datuk Seri Musa Aman berkata pakatan pembangkang kini semakin ketandusan modal untuk menyerang Barisan Nasional (BN) dan hanya bersandarkan "fitnah dan pembohongan" bagi meraih sokongan rakyat menjelang pilihan raya umum akan datang.

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    1. ada saja isu ditimbulkan pembangkang untuk mejatuhkan Musa Aman.

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  47. Bagaimanapun, beliau yakin rakyat terutama di Sabah tidak mudah terpedaya dengan taktik kotor pembangkang, sebaliknya menyokong kerajaan BN pimpinan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yang terbukti kemampuannya untuk membangunkan negara ini

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    1. rakyat dah tau teknik pembangkkang dan rakyat takkan terpedaya lagi.

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  48. "Rakyat Sabah tahu menilai kerajaan yang boleh membawa pembangunan untuk rakyat. Ada di kalangan pemimpin pembangkang yang pernah memegang jawatan timbalan perdana menteri, timbalan ketua menteri atau menteri...apa yang mereka buat untuk rakyat?

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    1. rakyat tau kerajaan mana yang terbaik untuk mereka.

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  49. "Pemimpin pembangkang kata tiada apa-apa pembangunan di Sabah di bawah kerajaan BN. Ini satu pembohongan untuk mengelirukan pemikiran rakyat. Apakah mereka tidak sedar jalan raya yang digunakan oleh pemimpin pembangkang pun adalah hasil usaha kerajaan BN.

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    1. negeri di bawah pembangkang tak ada kemajuan pun, malah byk masalah.

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  50. "Rakyat sendiri boleh melihat pembangunan termasuk kemudahan sekolah, hospital dan jalan raya...hanya orang buta sahaja yang tidak boleh melihatnya," katanya.

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    1. byk pembangunan kerajaan bawa kepada negara kita.

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  51. Beliau berkata peranan yang dimainkan oleh rukun tetangga amat penting terutama dalam memantapkan lagi perpaduan rakyat pelbagai kaum, sekali gus memastikan rakyat sentiasa hidup aman, damai dan tenteram.

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  52. Sehubungan itu, Musa menyeru anggota rukun tetangga supaya terus memperhebatkan program kejiranan yang menurutnya akan menyemarakkan lagi semangat kekitaan dan kecintaan kepada negara.

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  53. Bercakap kepada pemberita kemudiannya, Musa berharap lebih banyak lagi rukun tetangga akan diwujudkan di Sabah pada masa depan.

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  54. That's not even a single truth.

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  55. Saya tidak akan percaya benda mcm ni

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    1. selagi tak ada bukti, kita tak perlu nak percaya.

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  56. The process to verify ‘problematic’ identification cards from Sabah is still ongoing, a senior National Registration Department’s (NRD) officer told the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Illegal Immigrants here.

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  57. NRD Putrajaya Identification Card Division director Md Solehan Omar said he did not know the details but knew in general that there was issuance of such ICs in Sabah.

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  58. He explained ‘problematic’ ICs were those that could not be processed using the normal procedure due to certain problems or missing information in the application forms.

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  59. apa bukti dia tu anak saudara Musa Aman?

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  60. mgkin dia sengaja kaitkan diri dgn Musa aman untuk lepaskan diri.

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  61. The Sabah Law Association (SLA) will be assisting the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the presence of illegal immigrants to look into the law that required a Permanent Resident leaving Malaysia to apply for a re-entry permit.

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  62. The issue of the re-entry permit arose during questioning of the 55th witness, Petrus Malong, who said that although he had already obtained a Red identity card which identifies him as a Permanent Resident, it was changed back into a green one.

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  63. The process to verify ‘problematic’ identification cards from Sabah is still ongoing, a senior National Registration Department’s (NRD) officer told the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Illegal Immigrants here.

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  64. NRD Putrajaya Identification Card Division director Md Solehan Omar said he did not know the details but knew in general that there was issuance of such ICs in Sabah.

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  65. He said the panel is chaired by the NRD director-general and its members included himself and several representatives from NRD Sabah and Sarawak.

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  66. The panel carries out investigation, and review all the problematic ICs using the information and materials gathered from Sabah, interview reports and so on to determine the status and background of the applicants.

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  67. Khalid said there should be a unique IC number for every person but there were cases where two or more individuals have the same IC number.

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  68. Barisan Nasional (BN) has now made it their priority to focus solely on helping the people.

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  69. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said BN leaders have no time to dwell on the lies and rumours spread by the opposition, who continuously try to distract the people by promising ‘the moon and the stars’ with their empty promises.

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  70. We have many more development plans for the people and the state, and believe me, only BN has proven its ability to develop Sabah, and we have a good track record as evidence.

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  71. The opposition have been badmouthing the Government, but they forget that the opposition leaders did not fall from heaven….they are in fact recycled leaders.

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  72. “Their call to change the Government is just an act to attract the people’s attention, but it is a waste of time because Malaysians in Sabah are not easily fooled, they are smart and mature, and know what is best for them.

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  73. “We know that the opposition have been going in and out of villages. They are trying to influence the people. But we must realise that whatever change that should happen, it should involve good government.

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  74. Musa also stressed that BN is a transparent government, and always ready to accept any views from the people to make this state a better place to live in for all.

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  75. Musa said the country is blessed to have a credible and good leader like Datuk Najib Tun Razak as the prime minister

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  76. Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman has impressed on his supporters to continue supporting the Barisan Nasional (BN), even if he is not fielded in the coming general election.

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  77. Anifah said the people of Kimanis appreciated the contribution and commitment of BN in bringing about development and improving the livelihood of Malaysians.

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  78. The voters in the constituency, he added, were grateful for the numerous development and progress they have enjoyed under the caring governance of BN since almost 50 years ago.t-contesting-anifah/#ixzz2JenXspH9

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  79. BN has been kind and concerned about the people and brought to us continuous prosperity.

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  80. Unlike Pakatan Rakyat, who is only good at making impossible promises, he said BN was practical and realistic and more importantly sincere and committed in planning and implementing development for the people

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  81. He said one of the priorities of BN after the coming elections was to further improve public facilities and infrastructures, especially the road network in both the urban and rural areas of Sabah.

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  82. A fugitive wanted by Philippine police for cheating over 15,000 people is not in any way linked to a political family in Sabah.

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    1. Sabah police chief Comm Datuk Hamza Taib, however, said this was not true.

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    2. Suspect Manuel Karingal Amalillo, who operated a company Aman Futures Group, had claimed to be a nephew of Musa and Foreign Minister Datuk Anifah Aman while luring thousands of Filipino investors into his investment scheme offering 67% in returns.

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    3. “We are now trying to establish his true citizenship,” he said, reaffirming that the suspect had no family relationship with the Aman family.

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  83. Musa Aman, telah memegang teraju CM Sabah sejak 10 tahun yang lalu (2003), satu tempoh yang hebat mengatasi allahyarham Tun Datu Mustapha, Tun Muhamad Fuad Stephen, Datuk Harris Salleh dan DSP Pairin Kitingan sendiri.

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  84. Sebagai seorang yang memiliki backround korporat yang berjaya khususnya semasa menerajui Yayasan Sabah, beliau berjaya mentadbir Sabah dengan hebat

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  85. kejayaan Negeri Sabah sebagai Negeri Terbaik di Malaysia dalam pengurusan Kewangan Kerajaan Negeri mengatasi Selangor, Pulau Pinang, Kuala Lumpur malah Kelantan membuktikan DSP Musa Aman seorang yang bekerja dan berpengalaman.

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  86. Berdasarkan pengauditan, pada umumnya prestasi pengurusan kewangan di negeri Sabah adalah baik dan menunjukkan peningkatan menggalakkan.

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  87. walaupun prestasi Musa amat baik, ada jg pihak yung cemburu dan ingin menjatuhkannya.

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  88. Bukan sahaja di peringkat negeri, malah di peringkat bahagian beliau di Sandakan pun sudah ada pihak yang hendak menjatuhkannya

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  89. Ianya lumrah dalam politik, seperti kata YB Datuk Ghapur Salleh kepada saya bulan lalu, ” itu biasalah bah tu”. Maksudnya dalam politik memang ada persaingan, sokong tak menyokong dan lawan berlawan.

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  90. Usaha-usaha pihak-pihak tertentu untuk menghalang Musa dilantik telah diusahakan melalui 81 Dalil.

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  91. Cubaan menjatuhkan Musa dipopularkan sebagai Musagate berhubung sumbangan individu tertentu terhadap Umno Sabah yang bernilai RM40 juta.

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  92. Sumbangan RM40 juta ini menjadi makluman umum apabila berlaku PRK Permatang Pauh pada tahun 2008.

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  93. Selepas PRK itu, Ketua Pemuda PKR membuat laporan kepada Badan Pencegah Rasuah Hong Kong (ICAC) bahawa berlaku rasuah antara Musa dan seorang individu yang bernama Michael Chia.

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  94. Sebagai badan yang cukup terkenal dalam memerangi rasuah (ICAC) bertindak membuka Kertas Siasatan (IP), dan pegawai penyisaat ICAC telah berada di Sabah lebih sebulan untuk menyiasat dakwaan itu.

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  95. Hasil daripada siasatan itu, Parlimen Malaysia diberitahu bahawa ICAC mendapati tiada didapati hubungan antara DSP Musa Aman dengan RM40 juta sepertimana dilaporkan, sebaliknya wang RM40 juta itu adalah sumbangan politik individu yang tidak mahu dikenali kepada Umno Sabah.

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  96. Malangnya keputusan SPRM dan ICAC itu tidak dapat diterima oleh pihak PKR.

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  97. Keadaan amat berbeza, apabila pihak SPRM membuat keputusan berhubung akuan bersumpah bekas Penolong Gebanor Bank Negara yang mendakwa bahawa DS Anwar Ibrahim mempunyai master akaun yang bernilai RM2bilion.

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  98. Keputusan SPRM itu diterima dengan baik oleh pihak pembangkang.

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  99. apabila isu kes RM40 juta tak berjaya jatuhkan Musa Aman, kini kes Manuel Karingal Amalilio pula dikaitkan dgn Musa.

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  100. usaha menjatuhkan Musa tak pernah berhenti.

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  101. Beliau membayangkan untuk menyerahkan terajui kepimpinan negeri kepada orang yang betul, orang yang layak dan berpengalaman.

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  102. jawatan KM harus diberikan kepada mereka yang benar2 layak demi masa depan negeri Sabah yang lebih baik.

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  103. Ketua Menteri Sabah Datuk Seri Musa Aman mengakui bahawa suspek yang dikehendaki kerajaan Filipina Manuel Karingal Amalilio merupakan "saudara jauh" keluarganya.

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  104. Bagaimanapun, Musa menafikan bahawa beliau campurtangan untuk menghalang penghantaran pulang individu tersebut.

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  105. Saya ada keluarga besar dan saya baru saja diberitahu bahawa individu ini merupakan seorang saudara jauh.

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  106. kerajaan negeri Sabah tidak akan masuk campur dan tidak pernah melakukan seperti didakwa.

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  107. Ini adalah soal polis dan Interpol.

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  108. Sama ada Amalilio seorang saudara atau tidak, pihak berkuasa perlu menyiasat perkara ini dan mengambil tindakan sewajarnya.

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  109. Tiada orang yang dikecualikan undang-undang

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  110. According to Mohammad, as of Feb 19 this year, a total of 3,886 illegal immigrants had been detained at three temporary detention centres in the state, namely in Papar, Tawau and Sandakan.Of the number, about 50 per cent were ex-convicts who had served their sentences, he added.“Most of them were detained for various offences under the Immigration Act for not having any valid document.“We hope through such cooperation between all agencies involved, we can solve many problems such as detention period of illegal immigrants at temporary detention centres,” said Mohammad, adding that last month, about 945 illegal immigrants had been deported to their country while some 401 illegal immigrants were waiting to be deported once all travel documents are completed.

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