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Another case to prove MACC is a political tool of UMNO

This is a clear case of corruption, but Bodohland’s MACC and Attorney-General’s Chambers both have washing their hands off, and pretend all Malaysians are idiots to believe nothing wrong with the black money owned by UMNO politicians.

Suaram, Malaysiakini or opposition parties if any did receive money from foreign funds, the funds is a least from legitimate NGO organizations.

Musa’s proxy was charged for black money laundering by Hong Kong government, meaning the money is illegal and haram.

No government in other countries is more blatant and thick skin to deny Musa’s case is a corruption except Bodohland BN government.

The Musa Aman Connection: HSBC’s Money-Laundering Scandal

An idiot refuted Singapore is not a black money haven should read above article carefully.

You can park your money in any Singapore bank in US dollar account and no question ask on where you get your money as long the black money is not earned inside the Singapore.

Najib says will not disclose source of Sabah Umno’s political donation
The Malaysian Insider – 59 minutes ago

By Md Izwan

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak refused tonight to disclose the source of a political donation received by Umno Sabah that was the subject of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) investigation of Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman.

“It is a political donation. All parties have a right to receive political donations. As long as it is through the right channels, it is not an offence,” the Umno president (picture) told reporters after chairing a Barisan Nasional (BN) supreme council meeting.

“We are not at liberty to disclose… the opposition also receives donations and they don’t disclose,” he said.

Yesterday, Parliament was told the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) had cleared Musa of graft and money-laundering allegations after finding that the over S$16 million (RM40 million) allegedly channelled to the Sabah chief minister through corrupt means was meant for Sabah Umno’s use.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz said the Attorney-General’s Chambers had shelved the matter after finding no element of corruption in the case, which was first raised by whistleblower site Sarawak Report earlier this year.

In April this year, Sarawak Report had revealed documents allegedly from the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) showing that a Sabah lawyer was holding some US$30 million in a Swiss bank account for Musa.

The report also claimed that a paper trail showed that the millions in euro as well as US, Hong Kong and Singapore dollars had been channelled from several firms managed by Hong Kong-based timber trader Michael Chia to a number of British Virgin Island companies and subsequently to the lawyer’s Swiss account.

Musa has since denied any link with Chia, who was arrested and charged with money laundering after attempting to smuggle S$16 million (RM40 million) back to Malaysia in 2008.

According to media reports, Chia had at the time allegedly told the Hong Kong authorities that the money belonged to Musa.

Musa had previously accused Sarawak Report of defaming him, claiming the graft allegations were likely part of a conspiracy by his detractors who wanted to topple Barisan Nasional (BN) in the east Malaysian state.

He had said he would offer full co-operation to the authorities if he was required to but stressed that in the meantime, his focus was on serving the state instead of “entertaining these frivolous allegations”.

Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) said today it was appalled with the government’s conclusion that “no element of corruption was proven” in its investigation of Musa.

The anti-graft watchdog urged the authorities today to ensure a full disclosure of the political contribution.

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keith says:

We have monkeys as govt. ministers and clowns as enforcement officers. So now we are laughing stocks and morons the same time.
Still care to pilih BN?

nkkhoo says:

More university bumi students still vote pro-BN union, what else you can say?

Kamal says:

Fuiyoh! RM40 juta tu senang-senang je dapat. Bila la kita nak kaya macam tu ni nkkhoo oooi. Dapat dekat kita RM1 juta pun jadilaahh…..

nkkhoo says:

I believe 40 billion RM black money robbed by UMNO politicians…40 million is merely a tip of the iceberg exposed to public.

fong says:

same goes to exMCA chief Ling smiling now with M’s backing.

this one no need leaked info lah.

keith says:

can bet that Ling will not be found guilty.

Sahril says:

Is this in exchange for timber concession? Are Malaysians to believe that Michael Chia [non-UMNO] member can be entrusted with $40 million of UMNO money? What is the money doing in HK? Why was he trying to “smuggle” the money? Do you think any buisnessman will give RM40 million to UMNO without expecting something in return?

Why no comment from Perkosa and Perkida and Jakim since the money could be from haram source?

nkkhoo says:

Selangor ex-MB Muhammed Taib was paid RM3 million in exchange for a jungle reserved land in Cheras converted to commercial land. He bought the cash to Australia and got caught red-handed.

Taman Hartamas Cheras is on the reserved land.

A subcontractor for the developer leaked the info to me many years ago.