Wednesday 17 May 2017


The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is expected to conclude its investigation into SRC International's RM42 million, which went to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal bank account, within a month.
This is according to attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali, in response to reporters at the 17th Asean Senior Law Officials Meeting (Aslom) in Putrajaya.
"I think it should be within a month, I could say, the latest," Apandi said...
comment : 
Apandi, you are not very good at lying, aren’t you? It is public knowledge that the SRC case was concluded and charge sheet for the arrest of Najib was prepared as early as July 2015, for which your predecessor Gani Patail was unconstitutionally sacked with lightning speed on July 28, 2015 (effective date back dated to July 27, 2015).
And when you declared Najib innocent despite overwhelming evidence of criminalities submitted to you, and illegally ordered MACC to close the probe on Jan 26, 2016, the latter publicly expressed its disappointment and its intention to appeal against your decision.
And now you are telling us a completely different story – that you haven’t seen the results of probe, and that you have directed that the case be wrapped up in one month. 

So, Apandi, do you really take all Malaysians as bloody fools? You should resign forthwith, if there is any decency left in you,

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