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Mr & Mrs Klepto Najib’s 49 charges

October 8, 2018

* As days go by, Najib, Rosmah find moral support waning
* Daim: Jho Low keeps escaping thanks to Putrajaya moles
* Najib’s 1MDB Mid-East dirt the next to hit the fan after over-priced China deals: Mahathir may renege on interest payment, challenge validity of overly-generous settlement with Abu Dhabi
* If you do the crime, you must do the time  


Former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak’s wife Rosmah Mansor was slapped with 17 money laundering charges this morning.

Together with the 32 charges against her husband for various offences, the once most powerful couple in the nation faces a total of 49 charges.

Total bail for the couple, meanwhile, is RM6.5 million, with Rosmah’s bail today set at RM2 million and Najib having to pay RM1 million and RM3.5 million for the SRC International and 1MDB cases respectively.

Rosmah is facing 12 charges for depositing RM7.1 million into her personal accounts from 2013 until 2017, and another five charges for not declaring the deposits in her income tax statements.

All charges are under Section 4(1) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (Amla).

Section 4(1) carries a sentence of up to 15 years’ jail and a fine five times the amount of the sum involved or RM5 million, whichever is higher.

However, for the first nine charges, as well as the 13th charge, the charge sheet states that Rosmah can be fined not more than RM5 million, or imprisoned up to five years, or both.

Najib faces 25 charges in connection with 1MDB-related offences and seven charges over SRC International.

Of the 1MDB charges, 21 are for money laundering, and four are for abuse of power.

The money laundering charges state that Najib had received RM2.08 billion from Tanore Finance Corp, funds which he used to pay RM22.6 million to Umno and other recipients.

The charges also state that Najib had transferred back RM2.034 billion to Tanore, and RM162.4 million to another of his own accounts.

The money laundering charges are also under Section 4(1) of Amla.

Meanwhile, the four abuse of power charges under Section 23 of the MACC Act, concern the RM2.28 billion which he allegedly received from 1MDB.

As for Najib’s SRC International charges, these cover three money laundering offences, three criminal breach of trust offences, and one abuse of power charge for receiving RM42 million from the former 1MDB subsidiary.

The criminal breach of trust charge is punishable under Section 409 of the Penal Code with a jail sentence of two to 20 years, whipping and a fine.

With the exception of those convicted of rape, men aged 50 and above are exempted from whipping. Najib is 65 this year.


One Comment
  1. 5 RBA roasted in an accident hit by a trailer , these liar and slanderer following balakong deceased playing mahjong in hell.

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