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Saturday, December 28, 2013

RM50 MILLION BRIBE to M'sian judiciary but police, Attorney-General CLOSE AN EYE!

RM50 MILLION BRIBE to M'sian judiciary but police, Attorney-General CLOSE AN EYE!
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Karpal Singh have sought the help of the attorney general (AG) on the status of their police reports against a Barisan Nasional election candidate who alleged that Anwar paid a huge amount of money to Karpal.
Last August, the opposition leaders lodged the reports at the Petaling Jaya police headquarters against defeated Permatang Pauh candidate, Mazlan Ismail.
Mazlan had said that he had received more than 6,000 anonymous letters stating that Anwar gave Karpal RM50 million as legal fees, as well as bribe the prosecution and the judiciary.
"There is no letting up on this matter. We want Gani, who is also the public prosecutor, to tell us what is going on,” the veteran lawyer told The Malaysian Insider.
He said they were relying on a provision in the Criminal Procedure Code to assert their rights to keep them informed about the progress of the case.
"The police have yet to call us to record our statements and I am inclined to believe that no investigation was started," he added.
Karpal said he had earlier written to the officer-in-charge of the Petaling Jaya police district but there was no reply.
"At the very least, I had expected the police to update us on the investigations into the complaint," he said.
Saying the allegation was serious, Karpal urged the police and the public prosecutor to act decisively and quickly on their reports, adding that it also involved the judiciary and the Attorney General's Chambers.
"I would have expected Gani to give special attention to this case as Mazlan had implicated the judiciary and his officials," he said.
On August 3, Mazlan told reporters that more than 6,000 anonymous letters were sent to his home alleging Anwar paid Karpal over RM50 million since 2008 being legal fees and bribes to judges and prosecutors.
Karpal, who said Mazlan should have complained to the police or the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, said the BN man and a number of media have committed offences under the Penal Code, Sedition Act and the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984.
Karpal said he would also file defamation suits against Mazlan, Utusan Malaysia and TV3 next week.
"I had sent letters of demand but they did not fulfil conditions. I will proceed to get justice through the court," said the DAP chairman. - TMI

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