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Saturday, 28 October 2017

PASCAL NAJADI : THIS IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH!







KUALA LUMPUR: A tow truck driver was sentenced to death by the High Court…
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  • NB: This is not enough. Who paid the Assassin? Where is the standard investigation into the Motive? Malaysia is now killing the only link witness to the paymaster. This is wrong! We need to question the Assassin until he talks!

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OP-Ed- Appeal by Pascal Najadi, Moscow, Russian Federation
​Moscow, October 27th 2017
My Appeal to the Malaysian Authorities - Hussain Najadi Assassination in Malaysia
My dear late father Hussain Najadi, the founder of Malaysia's fifth largest bank, AmBank, has been cowardly and brutally assassinated in broad daylight in the City Center of Kuala Lumpur on July 29th 2013. Today the Malaysian Courts sentenced to death the Assassin, Koong Swee Kwan, a Malaysian Citizen of Chinese decent. The Assassin, as per Malaysian public press back in 2013, was paid RM 20'000.-- (USD 5'000.--) to assassinate Hussain Najadi at the Temple in Kuala Lumpur. The paymaster, again according to Malaysian Public Press, was Mr. Lim Yuen Soo, Malaysian Citizen of Chinese decent who also is the owner of a Malaysian Security Company together with his partner, the former Police Chief of Melaka. We have one witness on record that Lim Yuen Soo received RM 30 million to do the A to Z Assassination of Hussain Najadi. Now the Assassin gets executed by Malaysia. 
This is not good enough! The Malaysian Authorities have to investigate the motive of the Assassination and the motive for the Assassin. Lim Yuen Soo has to be immediately arrested and questioned until he tells the truth. Lim Yuen Soo was on INTERPOL Red Alert for over two years until the corrupt IGP Khalid let him off the hook himself. 
Malaysia failing to investigate the motive for the Hussain Najadi Assassination is akin to an absolute complicity. 
And we are also in touch with Scotland Yard since I am also a British Citizen.
Sincerely,
Pascal Najadi
Moscow
Russian Federation





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