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Friday, July 31, 2015

BOMBSHELL: 'Proof' Najib was to be arrested splashed online, Gani's charge sheets leaked

BOMBSHELL: 'Proof' Najib was to be arrested splashed online, Gani's charge sheets leaked
KUALA LUMPUR - The Sarawak Report, blocked by Prime Minister Najib Razak's government, has published a damning report that lends credence to speculation that he was due to be arrested and prosecuted for grand-scale corruption and this was why Attorney General Gani Patail was controversially sacked on Tuesday.
The report has gone viral and the copies of the alleged charge sheets against Najib have been splashed online.
However, newly appointed Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali is in the dark about the documents purportedly prepared by his predecessor.
"I don't know anything about the report so I cannot comment, okay?" Malaysiakini reported him as saying.
According to the UK-based Sarawak Report website, Gani was on the brink of bringing charges against Najib. If Gani had succeeded, Najib would have been the first prime minister to be criminally prosecuted.
Sarawak Report also published the documents that Gani was in the process of drafting. They include a charge sheet for corrupt practices under Section 17 (a) of the MACC Act, allowing for punishment of a sentence of up to 20 years in prison under Section 24 of the Act.
The 2 people to be charged were “Dato’ Seri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak” and a company director, Dato’ Shamus Anuar Bin Sulaiman.
The documents, which were being worked in their final draft stages by the Attorney General, had been sent to Sarawak Report following the sacking of Gani Patail. According to the website, the documents have now been verified by other senior parties.
The warrant cites that the Prime Minister and Shamsul Anuar and “another person still at large Nik Ariff Bin Faisla Kamil” did on 26th of December 2014 at the AmIslamic Bank, Bangunan Ambank Group in Kuala Lumpur, as an agent of the Malaysian Government, namely the Prime Minister of Malaysia and special advisor of SRC International, secretly obtained a sum of money amounting to RM27 million that was paid through the company Gandingan Mentari and Ihsan Perdana to your account at AmPrivate Banking -1MY no 211201101880 with the principal aim of obtaining a loan from Kumpulan Wang Persaraan pension fund. As such you have committed an offence under Section 17(1) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act of 2009, under which you can be punished according to Section 24 of the Act, to be read with Section 34.
The punishment cited at the base of the document is imprisonment of not more than 20 years and a fine not less than five times of the value of the bribe taken or RM10,000, whichever is higher.
A second, alternative draft charge was also being worked on by the Attorney General.
The second charge relates to the same act on the same day, but refers more specifically to the Prime Minister’s position of trust with regard to the company SRC. In English it reads:
"That you on 26.12.2014 in AmIslamic Bank Berhad, AmBank Group Building, No. 55 Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory as an agent, as Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Malaysia and Special Adviser (Emeritus Advisor) Company SRC International Sdn Bhd which in that capacity, is entrusted with the control of the fund company, has criminal breach of trust funds, namely dishonestly disposing of SRC International Sdn Bhd Company amounted RM27juta to your account AmPrivate Banking-1MY no. 2112022011880 via coupling Mentari Sdn Bhd Corporate and Company Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd. Therefore you committed the offense and punishable taken of Section 409 of the Penal Code, read together with section 34 of the Penal Code
Sabit errors can be jailed for a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 20 years and with whipping, and a fine.
Headquarters Complaint No. AU / Rpt No. 252/2015"
The Sarawak Report also claimed that Gani had arrived at his office expecting to finalise the extremely sensitive charges he was preparing against the Prime Minister, resulting from the investigations of the multi-agency task force into 1MDB.
“He was finalising it. He went to his office and found he could not go in. Ali Bin Hamsa, the Chief Secretary to the Government, was waiting and he told him [the Attorney General, Abdul Gani Patail] that he was dismissed. He could not even get his papers.”
Within hours of Gani's sacking, Najib went on to effect what has been described as an attempted coup d’etat.
The head of Special Branch was removed, the Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin was also sacked and four members of the investigating Parliamentary Accounts Committee were elevated to positions in the Cabinet, so that its work could be declared suspended. - Malaysia Chronicle

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