Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Team Jho Low Is Now A Liability -Will It Be C4ed?

by Ganesh Sahathevan

The blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin recently wrote that the  dismissals in Malaysia of among others the Attorney-General Ghani Patail were all part of moves  by Prime Minister Najib Razak to counter criticism of his involvement in the 1 MDB issue. As Petra put it:

And that was when they (Najib's detractors) started playing up the issue of 1MDB, and after that the issue of the RM2.6 billion of 1MDB’s money that Najib allegedly transferred to his personal bank account and which has since disappeared.


In the weeks before the dismissals (and some arrests ) a number of persons were remanded by Malaysian Police to assist with investigations into the issue of that RM2.6 billion of 1MDB’s money that Najib allegedly transferred to his personal bank account and which has since disappeared. 

These persons remain at large ,and the relevant authorities said that they could not be located. Be that as it may, their involvement in the alleged transfer of funds  remains an outstanding matter, and the very fact of their continued existence means that there remain persons who may have knowledge of the issues Najib wants put to rest. That they be permanently silenced is only logical.
Team Jho Low must know that it can and should be C4ed, a Malaysian euphemism for being executed.

                                                          TEAM JHO LOW

 Jho Low





Casey Tang & Jasmine Loo 
Bank Negara Malaysia’s ‘Wanted’ poster of the two persons whom the bank believed could assist in their investigation. — Picture by Bank Negara Malaysia

Lee Lin Sit




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