Saturday, June 24, 2017

Aussie paper links MARA’s ‘elite’ officials to A$4.75m Melbourne property bribe

The student housing block, Dudley House, that was built for A$17.8 million, but inflated by A$4.75 million to A$22.5 million. ― Picture by KC BoeyThe student housing block, Dudley House, that was built for A$17.8 million, but inflated by A$4.75 million to A$22.5 million. ― Picture by KC Boey
KUALA LUMPUR, June 23 ― In a damning news report published today, Australian daily The Age incriminated top officials of Malaysia’s Bumiputera empowerment agency and two “elite” Malay businessmen to the questionable purchase of a Melbourne property said to be inflated by A$4.75 million (RM13.7 million).
The Age said an eight-month-long investigation by Fairfax Media ― its parent publishing house ― uncovered a massive trail of documents across three continents to find out the real deal behind the A$22.5 million price tag (RM65.03 million) “for a building designed like an IKEA cupboard [that] seemed well above the odds”.
“Fairfax Media can reveal that a group of super-rich Malaysian officials, spending their own government's investment funds, have bid up the price of a Melbourne apartment block from US$17.8 million to US$22.5 million. The extra US$4.75 million was then laundered out of Australia and allegedly paid as bribes in Malaysia,” the newspaper said.
In several articles, the newspaper named two Malaysian businessmen described as “elite” and holding “Datuk” titles” Yusof Gani and Ahmad Azizi who engineered a deal with their Australian joint-venture partners to develop a student housing project near Monash University in Melbourne, Victoria in 2013 for which they would later buy an associated building named Dudley House worth A$17.8 million but which was pricetagged A$22.5 million, pocketing a cool A$4.75 million, camouflaged through a number of false invoices.
Citing from confidential records, the newspaper enlarged the ring of Malaysians implicated to include Ahmad’s two sons, named as Erwin and “Porsche-loving” Erwan who facilitated this deal via a network of contacts connected to MARA through a subsidiary that had been taken over by several Malaysian officials, including former politician turned MARA Investment chairman, Datuk Mohammad Lan Allani, and a MARA chief executive, Datuk Halim Rahman.
The newspaper said it managed to contact Mohammad Lan, whom it noted had visited Melbourne in May last year, citing information from the Malaysian consulate website.
Mohammad Lan reportedly said he was unable to remember the Dudley House purchase, adding that he was involved in setting up offshore companies as a “convenient” way to sell property bought by the Malaysian government.
The newspaper said the MARA investment chairman hung up the phone when it asked him if he knew of any alleged kickback.
A snapshot of The Age daily which linked a group of super-rich Malaysian officials to the A$4.75m inflated buy of the Melbourne property. ― Picture by K. C. Boey
A snapshot of The Age daily which linked a group of super-rich Malaysian officials to the A$4.75m inflated buy of the Melbourne property. ― Picture by K. C. Boey
The suspicious sale of Dudley House might have gone unnoticed if not for the project’s Australian contracted windowmaker, John Bond who raised the alarm, fearing he and others may not be paid after the developer appointed an administrator to liquidate their assets.
Among the documents that caught the attention of the appointed liquidating firm was an email dated March 8, 2013 and sent by a man purportedly working for Malaysian government officials which stated that a sum of  “AUS$4,785,000 in the form of introduction and consultancy fees” would have to be wired to a mysterious shelf company in Singapore, in return for MARA’s purchase of the Melbourne property.
The newspaper said it followed the paper trail for the shelf company, which led to a Singapore cake maker whose brother had introduced her to three men linked to a Malaysian government agency that wanted an offshore business and had asked her to be its front, in return for A$1,000.
According to The Age, the Singaporean cake maker’s shop was not the only front company; Malaysian officials had set up other corporate entities in Singapore and in the British Virgin Islands to buy other exorbitant properties in Melbourne, including one worth A$40 million.
The newspaper said a company called Thrushcross in the British Virgin Islands was also used to buy Dudley House, along with a A$23.5 million property on Swanston Street near Melbourne University with some of the paperwork for the latter being inked by the “porsche-loving” Erwan Ahmad.
The Dudley House case has since gone to Australian court.
The Age reported that its developer Chris Dimitriou, questioned directly about these apparent “kickbacks”, said in court: “To the best of my knowledge, that $4.8 million went to Malaysian parties”.

The Malaymailonline.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

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MY WISH THAT ALL MUSLIM WILL DO THIS FROM TODAY ONWARDS.
WE SHALL PRAY THAT NAJIB RAZAK, ROSMAH MANSOR, IGP KHALID AND HIS FAMILY MEMBERS AND OTHERS WHO HAVE BLOOD IN THEIR HANDS RECEIVE THEIR KARMA THIS YEAR.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Wrong Move by Zakaria

So many lawyer in town, yet Zakaria can choose someone who will stab him from behind.
From this point I can safely say Zakaria does not read or know enough about Shafee Abdullah.
Moving Isa to Spad is proof enough that Najib cannot touch Isa even though the latter is a criminal.
MACC will do nothing, PDRM will do nothing.
The loser in this FGV drama are Zakaria and three others whom Isa has insisted they must leave FGV before accepting the post in Spad.
How many of you know why Isa can blackmail Najib?
Many will say it is because of the Port Dickson case with Zaina Zain.
THE TRUTH IS ZAINA ZAIN AND NAJIB RAZAK HAVE A LOVE CHILD.
THE PERSON LOOKING AFTER THE WELFARE OF THE CHILD IS ISA.
SO THAT IS WHY NO-ONE CAN TOUCH ISA SAMAD UNTIL NAJIB IS NO LONGER THE PM.

Pascal Najadi - My Fury Over Najib's Lawyer Mohd Shafee Abdullah

Pascal Najadi
Pascal Najadi
The son of the assassinated former chairman of AmBank, Hussein Najadi, has told Sarawak Report that he has deep concerns about the way the lawyer Mohd Shafee Abdullah controlled events after his father was shot in broad daylight in KL.
The shocking event took place just a few weeks before another huge personal payment by Prime Minister Najib was made to Shafee of RM4.3 million.
The payment was transacted on 11th September 2013, whereas Najadi was murdered on 29th July.  Once again, the money came  from Account no: 2112022011906 in Najib’s name, which was funded by money stolen from 1MDB’s subsidiary SRC.
Payment by Najib to Shafee from the 1MDB funded AmBank account
Payment by Najib to Shafee from the 1MDB funded AmBank account
Pascal Najadi, who was in Moscow when the tragedy occured, says that neither he nor his immediate family knew Shafee and no one had contacted him to be involved. Nevertheless, the lawyer mysteriously arrived at the hospital almost as soon as his father’s body was brought into the mortuary and started to take charge of events.
Photographs even show Shafee on the scene as an ambulance bearing Najadi’s injured second wife arrived, bringing Najadi to the mortuary:
Arrow points out Shafee in the background as the dead and injured arrived at hospital
Arrow points out Shafee in the background as the victims arrived at hospital
According to Najadi, the family soon found that this strange lawyer was muscling in on their situation and insisting on taking control. Pascal has testified:
Tuesday July 30 2013, it must have been lunch time or a little later in KL, my mum Heidi Najadi called me from the KLK Morgue where they have laid up the body of my late father… She asked me “there is this Dato Shafee running around rude and nervous acting as if he owns the body of dad and giving orders to all of us?!” I asked my mum, who? She said “His name is Dato Shafee..?!” I told my mum to pass this man on the phone to me.
This is my perception of this call. Dato Shafee was nervous when talking to me, he was breathing short and gave half clipped words answers to my question: “Can we wait with the burial please?” He stuttered to me: “No can not, all is in hand, I take care of all, he will be buried today, this evening…”
Pascal says he was shocked by the haste and by manner in which decisions were taken out of his family’s hands. He says a swift burial was not their custom and he had wanted to be able to fly to KL to attend the ceremony.
Shafee did not say “I am so sorry for your terrible loss….or can I help you are you OK? Where are you now? ” He said nothing of what a normal human or indeed a friend would say.
Shafee was the ad hoc burial master for the body of my late father Hussain without any reason, he even had the service paid every penny of it to make it fast and swift”,
says Najadi in his statement.

“I am taking charge”

Shafee, Scivetti and another joint foreign client on drugs charges
Shafee, Scivetti and another joint foreign client on drugs charges
Speaking to Sarawak Report Pascal Najadi says that Shafee had told the family that he had been ‘put in charge’ of matters, but he never explained by whom.
Shafee, whom he described as brusque and nervous, managed the entire funeral and all the related matters, yet Najadi says the family never received a bill from him.
An email exchange with Shafee Abdullah (copied to Tania Scivetti his legal collaborator and later wife) confirms Najadi’s claim that the lawyer had put himself in charge of events, telling Pascal “I am taking care of the funeral”.
The lawyer even swept aside the son’s request to have words read out at the funeral, which was being held before he could get to his father’s side, saying “it is impossible to read the eulogy you prepared in a Muslim funeral setting” – then, imperiously he declared “I will make sure Hussain gets the best send off” despite refusing to wait a few hours for the arrival of his son:
Curt response from a bossy stranger - the only words Najadi received in writing from Shafee Abdullah
Curt response from a bossy stranger – the only words Najadi received in writing from Shafee Abdullah
Pascal, who describes himself as having been in shock and frightened at the time, soon decided that the situation KL was not safe for his mother and himself and they fled the country, leaving much unfinished business in the process.
However, the role and the behaviour of Shafee has always bothered him, in particular the question over who had so swiftly assigned him to these duties and paid for his services?

Assigned by Najib?  If so, why?

Najadi says there is no evidence that Shafee had any prior connection to his deceased father.  Rather, he says, he later learnt that the lawyer was extremely close to Prime Minister Najib Razak, against whom his father had just made some extremely serious reports.
In the days prior to his mystery assassination Hussein Najadi had, according to his son, first made a formal complaint to the Bank Negara about information he had received about Najib’s huge private bank accounts at AmBank, where Najadi had once been Chairman.
Secondly, just days before his death, Najadi had made a police report about a threatening text to ‘back-off’ the matter, allegedly sent from within the Prime Minister’s Office.
In a written statement made in July 2015 Pascal Najadi told his lawyer:
“I went through the lifelong email archives of my late father to perhaps find a friendly or a business email between the two, I can confirm here, not one email nothing, no trace of contact. Shafee appeared like a flash out of nowhere buried my dad and disappeared into thin air, no call no nothing (!) He vanished fast and without a word like he appeared from nowhere on July 30th 2013. Never heard of the man again…. only after the killing I found out that this Shafee is the de facto lawyer for Najjib and UMNO and is the man who also was hired to put Anwar away. [Pascal Najadi, statement July 2015]
Pascal Najadi says he is now openly questioning whether Najib’s RM4.3 million payment from Najib so soon after these events may have been linked?  He says he has also noted that it was also shortly after his father’s tragic demise that Shafee was given the honour of the title Tan Sri:
“We are still puzzled why and how he surfaced on to the gruesome macabre scene taking charge of the burial. To this day today Shafee, who got promoted to Tan sri right after this horrible event, and his role are a mystery to me.”

Tania Scivetti

Pascal Najadi says that if his concerns are misplaced, then all Shafee needs to do is to give him full disclosure about his role and how all his costs were covered.  Meanwhile, there was another strange intervention, which he says has also bothered him, especially since he now realises it was also linked to Shafee Abdullah.
He had had struck a recent acquaintance, says Najadi, with another KL legal practioner Tania Scivetti. Scivetti’s practice is perhaps best known for supporting high-profile foreign drug offenders caught in Malaysia.  On a number of occasions, she has worked with Shafee to represent them and get them repatriated.
Shafee and Scivetti worked together to assist this and other foreigners who had got into trouble with Malaysian law
Shafee and Scivetti worked together to assist this and other foreigners who had got into trouble with Malaysian law
What Pascal Najadi was not aware of was that Sciavetti (a non-Muslim) was already the common law wife of Shafee Abdullah, whom she later married in the UK.  Shortly after his father’s death Tania called Pascal to offer her legal services and to help put his father’s affairs in order.
In particular, she offered to get the locks changed on Najadi’s offices and to hire a guard to prevent intruders taking documents.  The staff were removed.
Pascal said that he agreed to the suggestion, based on his acquaintance with Scivetti.  For some days Scivetti managed Najadi’s affairs and had total control of all access to his office and his papers.  Then, she ceased answering calls and terminated her services.  This was one email from Pascal, to which she did not reply:
Scivetti abruptly terminated services with the Najadis they say
Scivetti abruptly terminated services with the Najadis they say
Pascal Najadi, who claims his father’s murder has never been properly investigated in Malaysia, has told Sarawak Report that he has been left wondering if Scivetti and Shafee were in fact working together on his case, as in so many others?
If so, he wants to know who prompted them to get in touch and get busy over his father’s death and who paid?
“I want to know if Najib’s multi-million payment to Shafee Abdullah so soon after my father’s death was connected” he told Sarawak Report. “We know this money came from 1MDB so we have a right to know if it was and if so why?  If it was not connected then what was the payment for and who covered Shafee’s costs instead?”

Witnesses disappeared or abducted like Pastor Raymond and 3 others

Witnesses in Malacca protection racket are ‘missing’, says MACC chief


MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad says several key witnesses may have gone into hiding following major MACC operations against a protection racket in Malacca. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Najjua Zulkefli, June 17, 2017.
INVESTIGATIONS into Malacca's biggest protection racket involving the police and underworld could be scuttled after it was revealed today that several key witnesses have gone missing.
MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad said the witnesses have gone into hiding, or have even left the country.
"Investigations are still going on but there are a few witnesses that have not been located because they already ran away and are no longer in the country," he said after officiating the Sahabat SPRM (Friends of MACC) programme at Berjaya Times Square in Kuala Lumpur this evening.
Dzulkifli suspects that these witnesses may have gone into hiding after MACC moved in on the individuals believed to be involved in the syndicate that provides protection to illegal massage parlours and gambling dens in Malacca.
Last month the anti-graft body arrested Melaka Tengah and Jasin district police chiefs for their alleged involvement in the protection racket.
Several other senior officers from the district and state police headquarters were also nabbed in the operation. MACC also seized a large amount of cash in several bank accounts belonging to the suspects.
Also detained was a civilian named "Gopi" whom whistleblower site Sarawak Report alleged had direct phone contact with Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar. Khalid admitted that he knew Gopi and that the suspect had also visited his home.
Commenting on that, Dzulkifli said that they were merely claims from online reports.
He said MACC will conduct their own investigations and did not dismiss the possibility that Khalid will be questioned.
"It depends on our investigation. Whether there is a need (to call him or not) we will see," Dzulkifli said.
Following major MACC operations in Malacca, Khalid instructed a major reshuffle at the Malacca police contingent.
The police officers who were arrested and later released on bail were immediately transferred to the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman while new officers were sent to replace them in Malacca. – June 17, 2017.
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PROOF IGP KHALID AND FAMILY INVOLVED IN DISAPPEARANCE OF WITNESSES.
THE TRUTH WILL BE REVEAL ONCE IGP KHALID RETIRES AND FAMILY MEMBERS OF PASTOR RAYMOND AND THREE OTHERS CAN SEEK JUSTICE THEN.  
VERY SAD MALAYSIA HAS A PARIAH PM, GANGSTER IGP, ISLAMIC FREAK DPM, A DOG IN AG, SLAVE IN MACC AND UNCARING ROYALTY.
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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Rosmah's dilemma


TO SURRENDER US$27.3 MILLION WORTH OF JEWELLERY OR FACE WARRANT OF ARREST.
NOT AN EASY CHOICE GIVEN ROSMAH'S LOVE FOR JEWELLERY.
MEANWHILE IGP, AG, BANK NEGARA, MACC, LOUD MOUTH SALLEH AND PAID BLOGGERS ARE USING THEIR NIPPLES TO CLOSE THE NEWS FROM GOING TO TOWN.
EITHER WAY THE ONES WITH NO DIGNITY, MORAL OR GUILT ARE NAJIB TUN RAZAK AND ROSMAH MANSOR.
MAY THIS RAYA BE THE VERY LAST BEFORE THEY ARE STABBED FROM BEHIND BY THE ONES WHO HAVE BEEN BRIBED TO THEIR NOSES.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Malaysian version of Tom and Jerry

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Dzulkifli: Police, not MACC will investigate 1MDB

 | June 17, 2017
MACC chief commissioner says it has been decided in government that investigations will be left to the police.Dzulkifli-Ahmad-macc-1mdbKUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will not investigate 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) over allegations of financial improprieties as it does not want to overlap with investigations already started by the police.
Its chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad said today that it had been decided among relevant government agencies that investigations on the  sovereign wealth fund would be done solely by the police.
He said the people needed to be patient while the police performed their work in the matter.
Although he did not name the agencies, it is believed he was referring to the attorney-general’s chambers (AGC), as well as the MACC and the police.
He was speaking to reporters after the launch of the “MACC Friends” programme here.
Dzulkifli added that the US Department of Justice (DoJ), which has initiated two lawsuits seeking to seize assets allegedly purchased with funds linked to 1MDB, had not sought any information or assistance from the MACC for the latest suit filed on Thursday.
“They did not do it (request information) for this civil suit and they did not for the previous one as well,” he said.
He added that the DoJ had also not contacted the Malaysian police or the AGC even after the latter had previously expressed dissatisfaction over lack of communication on the case.
In its court filing in California on June 5, the DoJ sought to seize US$540 million (RM2.3 billion) in assets, including art works, jewellery, a luxury yacht and film rights purchased with funds allegedly embezzled from 1MDB.
The assets named in the applications included the film rights to the two comedies “Dumb and Dumber To” starring Jim Carrey and “Daddy’s Home” featuring Will Ferrell.
The action follows last July’s civil forfeiture suit by the DoJ which sought to recover all the assets including but not limited to the Park Lane Hotel in New York, a luxury hotel in Beverly Hills, condominiums in New York, a private jet and expensive works of art, as well as finances related to Martin Scorsese’s movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
Yesterday, Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali dismissed the latest suit, describing it as a repeat of last year’s case in which Washington sought to confiscate more than US$1 billion (RM4.28 billion) in connection with the company.
In a statement, he said neither Malaysian nor international authorities investigating 1MDB had furnished any evidence of misappropriated funds.
“1MDB… has been the subject of multiple investigations within Malaysia, including by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, auditor-general and bi-partisan Public Accounts Committee (PAC). After a review, we found that no crime was committed,” he said, adding that Malaysian police investigations were still ongoing.
He added that investigations carried out by the DoJ had also failed to provide any evidence of misappropriated funds.
Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar also said yesterday that the police would not interfere in the DoJ’s latest move.
He added that the police would not offer assistance to the US Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) to look into the case, which he termed as a “civil matter”.
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NAJIB AND HIS FAMILY NEED IGP KHALID TO COVER UP HIS DIRTY MONEY LAUNDERING.
IGP KHALID AND HIS FAMILY NEED NAJIB TO COVER  UP HIS PROTECTION RACKET AND ABDUCTION OF PASTOR RAYMOND AND THREE OTHERS.
SO THE CAT CHASE THE MOUSE AND THE MOUSE CHASE THE CAT.

Aussie paper links MARA’s ‘elite’ officials to A$4.75m Melbourne property bribe

The student housing block, Dudley House, that was built for A$17.8 million, but inflated by A$4.75 million to A$22.5 million. ― Picture by K...