Sunday, May 12, 2019

Najib SRC trial: In 2016 Tony Pua demanded to know why Ambank's Joanna Yu and Cheah Tek Kuang had not been charged,arrested and grilled.In 2019 his DAP is in charge,but still no action re Yu & Cheah

by Ganesh Sahathevan

From Tony Pua's Facebook:

How come Joanna Yu and Cheah Tek Kuang of Ambank are still free men after Najib claimed Bank Negara has taken action against them for facilitating money laundering into Najib's personal bank account?
In fact, former Group MD of Ambank, Cheah is now the Chairman of Berjaya Sports Toto and Independent Director of IOI Group. Can meh?
It's in stark contrast with Singapore who have charged and jailed Bankers facilitating the 1MDB money laundering scandal.
Bank Negara's reticence is only enhancing our reputation as a top global Kleptocracy. Tahniah!
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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Najib's SRC trial: AmBank manager R. Uma Devi is not the only source of evidence;other more important bits of evidence appear to have been ignored.

by Ganesh Sahathevan

Ambank manager Uma Devi (left), who testified at the trial of Najib Razak. There seems to be an unhealthy reliance on her testimony.

The Straits Times and others have reported today:
 A sum of RM1.9 billion (S$626 million) was credited into one of Malaysia's former premier Najib Razak's private bank accounts between 2011 and 2013, the High Court heard on Monday (April 29).
Part of the money was purportedly a donation from one "Prince Faisal al Turki" and the Finance Ministry of Saudi Arabia.
This was confirmed by AmBank manager R. Uma Devi during cross-examination by Najib's counsel Harvinderjit Singh.
Meanwhile, this writer had, in 2015,  analysed bank remittance documents placed in the public domain by WSJ  which suggested that the remittance into Najib's account was not a donation. This writer and others had expected, in 2015, that a change of government would allow investigation  of the details disclosed in the documents but that appears not to have been done.Had it been done, the prosecution would not have to rely solely on Ms Uma Devi's testimony about Najib's bank statements.
That would be no need to allegedly purport anything.

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