Sunday, March 4, 2018

Alex Turnbull statements raise perception of interference with AFP's 1MDB investigation:Malcolm needs to stand aside, son's evidence recorded,and ANZ hauled up for misleading the Senate

by Ganesh Sahathevan



A scathing Facebook attack launched by Malcolm Turnbull's son, Alex Turnbull (pictured left) on the Singapore government has emerged as the country's PM holds talks in Australia 

A scathing Facebook attack launched by Malcolm Turnbull's son, Alex Turnbull (pictured left) 
on the Singapore government has emerged as the country's PM holds talks in Australia 



The Turnbull Government refuses to act against ANZ ,and Goldman Sachs despite  the AFP's intelligence on Najib Razak: 

The AFP has significant intelligence implicating Malaysian Prime Minister Razak in corruption connected to an unrelated corruption probe that is subject to a Victorian court suppression order.

Detik.com had reported yesterday that Indonesian police and several  FBI agents spent about six hours on the yacht looking for evidence. The enforcement officers boarded the Equanimity at about 1.30pm and only left after sunset.
The news portal said the officers were spotted carrying about a dozen black briefcases and bags when they left.
This refusal to act has now been made more damning of  Turnbull and his government,given the recent revelations by Malcolm's son Alex Turnbull:

Alex Turnbull sent the following message at 11:03 AM

post about me and 1MDB

Ganesh, hope all is well. I was wondering if you would take down those posts implying I somehow benefitted from 1MDB - I did not, quite the opposite in fact. I called out the insane pricing and bizzare structure at GS when the deal was done and got yelled at by compliance for casting doubt on the integrity of PFI, the group that did the deal. As a result I was "b tracked" and resigned. This will all come out in a book in September by Tom Wright at the WSJ. Cheers, Alex

The Turnbull Government has long been accused of covering-up the 1MDB issue,but seems not to mind:

Mystery Over A Najib Court Cover-Up In Australia!

Australia And New Zealand Slide From Their Responsibilities Over Mass Corruption In Malaysia

Australia avoiding investigating Malaysian corruption scandal, says former PM Mahathir

Malcom Turnbull's family and business interest, evidenced so clearly by son Alex, requires that Malcolm stand aside until ANZ and other Australians involved in the 1MDB matter are investigated and prosecuted.

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Saturday, March 3, 2018


1MDB: Malcolm Turnbull must explain why he prefers ANZ's denial to son Alex Turnbull's whistle blowing

by Ganesh Sahathevan



A scathing Facebook attack launched by Malcolm Turnbull's son, Alex Turnbull (pictured left) on the Singapore government has emerged as the country's PM holds talks in Australia 

A scathing Facebook attack launched by Malcolm Turnbull's son, Alex Turnbull (pictured left) 
on the Singapore government has emerged as the country's PM holds talks in Australia 


This far, PM Malcolm Turnbull has been happy to accept ANZ's 1MDB denial, despite its many flaws:

RE 1 MDB -Have ANZ and Gonksi misled the Senate?


But now, we have this startling revelation from none other than Alex Turnbull, son of Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull:

Alex son of Malcolm Turnbull says he is a victim, not benefactor of Goldman Sachs 1MDB deals:Threatens legal action in Australia, while based in Singapore;raising questions about Turnbull and the judiciary



  • Alex Turnbull sent the following message at 11:03 AM

    post about me and 1MDB

    Ganesh, hope all is well. I was wondering if you would take down those posts implying I somehow benefitted from 1MDB - I did not, quite the opposite in fact. I called out the insane pricing and bizzare structure at GS when the deal was done and got yelled at by compliance for casting doubt on the integrity of PFI, the group that did the deal. As a result I was "b tracked" and resigned. This will all come out in a book in September by Tom Wright at the WSJ. Cheers, Alex

Malcolm Turnbull needs to explain his inaction, now that we have none other than his son
claiming to have full knowledge of the deal that was central to that money flowing via ANZ/AMbank.


REFERENCE 

Reports: US, Singapore request documents on Goldman Sachs' work on 1MDB








Why is Najib Razak still in power?  
U.S. authorities issued subpoenas to Goldman Sachs for documents related to the bank's dealings with troubled Malaysia state wealth fund 1MDB, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.
The WSJ reported that Goldman received requests for information earlier this year from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission, adding that Goldman was also providing information to the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Separately, Singapore's central bank said on Saturday it is examining the extent of Goldman's local unit's involvement in bond deals for 1MDB.
"MAS supervisory examination into the extent of Goldman Sachs (Singapore) Pte's involvement in the 1MDB bond deals is still ongoing," a MAS spokeswoman said in an email statement to Reuters.
The MAS has been questioning banks and financial institutions since last year as part of investigations into possible money laundering in the city state linked to 1MDB.
A Goldman Sachs' spokesman in Hong Kong declined to comment on the Singapore inquiry. 1MDB has said in the past it is not a party to the civil suit, does not have any assets in the United States of America, nor has it benefited from the various transactions described in the civil suit.
This month the DOJ launched what it said was the largest-ever asset seizure case - worth more than $1 billion - under its Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, alleging that a total of $3.5 billion was misappropriated from 1MDB, a wealth fund established in 2009 by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who also chaired the fund's advisory board. 
In 2012 and 2013, Goldman arranged and underwrote three bond sales that raised $6.5 billion for the fund - services which the bank was paid almost $600 million, according to multiple reports.
The DOJ alleged the misappropriated funds - much of which were the proceeds of the Goldman-managed bond sales - were laundered through shell companies with bank accounts in Singapore, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the U.S., then distributed to people who are known to be close to Najib. These people then spent the cash on assets including high-end real estate and artworks, according to the DOJ.
Signage for 1Malaysia Development Bhd. (1MDB) is displayed at the site of the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Goh Seng Chong | Bloomberg | Getty Images
Signage for 1Malaysia Development Bhd. (1MDB) is displayed at the site of the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Goldman, which faces a separate civil lawsuit over the bond sales, has said previously that it had no visibility on what happened to the funds raised after the bond sales were conducted. The bank did not immediately respond to an out-of-business-hours request for fresh comment.
The Malaysian Prime Minister has repeatedly and vociferously denied any wrongdoing in relation to 1MDB. 
Last week Najib's office said that the Malaysian Government would "fully cooperate with any lawful investigation of Malaysian companies or citizens in accordance with international protocols." "As the Prime Minister has always maintained, if any wrongdoing is proven, the law will be enforced without exception," Najib's press secretary said.
A spokesman for the Prime Minister did not immediately respond to an out-of-business hours request for fresh comment.
To read the full WSJ report, click here.
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