Tuesday, February 11, 2020

The Two Voices Belonged to Najib Razak and Wife

On January 09, 2020, I had blogged about the nine audio clips which were released by MACC – of course, it was titled “Shocking Audio Recordings” – that were linked to former prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor. 















Yesterday, a snippet of one recording, containing the infamous "Can I advise you something" quote was played by the prosecution to former education minister Mahdzir Khalid (right) – and he promptly identified the two voices as belonging to Najib and Rosmah. 

Mahdzir was the fifth prosecution witness at Rosmah’s corruption trial. The thieving couple should know there is no denying anymore. 

Also yesterday, it was reported that police had questioned the twelve people linked to the said audio clips of Najib and others allegedly conspiring to cover up the 1MDB racket. The investigations are being conducted under Section 112 of the Criminal Procedure Code that covers the abetment of crimes. 

That is not the only thing keeping Malaysian police busy these days. 

Yesterday too, Mohd Roze Shaari of the Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department announced that they had recorded the statements of 15 people so far in their investigation into Azilah Hadri’s claim that Najib (left), as the then deputy prime minister, had in 2006 allegedly ordered him to kill Altantuya Shaariibuu and dispose of her body with explosives. 

The former police Special Action Unit officer had released a statutory declaration to the effect last year to support his application for the Federal Court to review its own decision in the case. Anyway, Azilah’s review is fixed for April 20, 2020.

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