Sunday, 10 December 2017

Apa nasib anda bila kleptokrat tersungkur ?


Jika berada dipihak yang benar kenapa takut? 

Jika benar Presiden Umno Datuk Seri Najib Razak tidak mencuri kenapa sehingga kini siasatan terhadap kes 'samun berkumpulan' 1MDB masih belum ada kesudahannya? 

Jika Suruhanjaya Siasatan DiRaja boleh ditubuhkan, selepas 30 tahun, untuk menyiasat KERUGIAN Bank Negara Malaysia kenapa kes kleptokrasi terbesar dalam sejarah dunia moden tidak diendahkan oleh pihak berkuasa kita? 

Penjawat awam, khususnya penguatkuasa undang-undang, harus sedar akan tugas dan tanggungjawab sebenar mereka adalah kepada rakyat dan negara.  Jangan biarkan perkhidmatan awam diperkudakan demi kelangsungan seorang kleptokrat yang terdesak. 

Bila kleptokrat tersungkur, apa nasib anda? 


Beberapa hari sebelum Presiden Robert Mugabe dari Zimbabwe tumbang baru-baru ini beliau dikatakan mengulangi ungkapan 'hanya tuhan yang melantik saya boleh melucutkan jawatan saya' dengan angkuh, disamping isteri beliau Gucci Grace. Beberapa hari selepas itu Tuhan memakbulkan doa rakyat Zimbabwe. 

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

A tale of two prime ministers

This is exactly how it should be done. This is what you do if you have nothing to hide. This is undoubtedly a man of honour with impeccable integrity. He not only apologised for the conduct of others but has also called on the entire nation and all members of the Singapore parliament, irrespective of party affiliations, to examine him. -

Singapore must be proud of her Prime Minister who is man enough to grab the bull by its horn and face his critics, even if the critics are just siblings. 

It may be a personal issue but Lee Hsien Loong is wise enough to note that his family feud has tarnished the seat of the prime minister and the government of Singapore. Such is his respect and responsibility to the office of the Prime Minister.

His Loong's late father Mr Lee Kuan Yew would certainly be proud of his eldest son for walking in his footsteps, for standing tall with his morals intact. 

Bravo Mr Prime Minister !

Meanwhile Malaysians on this side of the causeway are hoping that Hsien Loong's counterpart would take a leaf or two from his conduct as a leader, prime minister and an elected representative of the people. 

In Malaysia the state of affairs are very different although Najib Razak the Prime Minister is embroiled in a far more serious scandal which is criminal in nature. 

1MDB's international financial scandal and the US Department of Justice (Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative unit) investigations is now world news. 

Malaysia's international image today is at its lowest ebb. Almost every international news outlets from Australia to Africa and Europe have been reporting the biggest kleptocracy scandal in the history of the USA. The root of the scandal is in Malaysia and Najib Razak is very much in the midst of it. DoJ has all the evidence.

Billions of ringgit in funds stolen from 1MDB have been laundered in the US and investigations show that RM2.6billion has made its way into Najib Razak's personal bank account. DoJ has also exposed a more than RM100 million pink diamond link to Najib's wife Rosmah.  

In Singapore the prime minister has apologised over a personal family feud and presented himself for public scrutiny but in Malaysia the embattled prime minister's lackeys are screaming at the top of their voice demanding to know who reported the crime to DoJ. 

In Singapore the prime minister has called on all Members of Parliament to scrutinise/debate the handling of his family feud and the matter's negative impact on his position and that of the government.

In Malaysia the Auditor General's report on 1MDB has been classified a secret under the Official Secrets Act although such classifications of an AG's report is unheard of and could most probably be against the constitution. 

The Speaker of Dewan Rakyat in the Malaysian parliament even threatened to quit if the 1MDB scandal was debated in the house. Any debate on the matter was later disallowed on the pretext of being subjudice. 

In Malaysia the prime minister is bending over backwards to politicise the 1MDB scandal although its is purely criminal in nature. 

The Attorney General who acts more like the prime minister's counsel has unilaterally cleared Najib Razak of any wrongdoing despite RM2.6 billion dollars making its way into Najib's personal account. 

A multi agency task force that initially investigated the 1MDB scandal was also disbanded and the then Attorney General sacked. 

Hsien Loong of Singapore too could have attempted to silence his critics and threaten to sue anybody who deliberated on his family feud on social media but he did not. Probably he didn't have anything to hide. 

The Singapore PM came out to clear the air because 'he is a public servant' but Najib has gone to court to argue that as prime minister he is not a public servant. 

In Malaysia exposing the 1MDB scandal and the theft of billions of ringgit in public funds is treated as crime. Whistle blowers and critics are taunted and hunted. 

Instead of wanting to nail the thieves who robbed the nation the ruling party's political operatives and lackeys are questioning who reported the crime. 

Whistle blowers are branded as traitors in a climate where truth is treated with contempt. 

Such is the tale of two prime ministers who are separated by a narrow body of water but a gaping difference in integrity.


The initial heading for this post was - 

How to be a man and a Prime Minister, by Lee Hsien Loong

Friday, 16 June 2017

1MDB - Department of Justice continues the hunt



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Thursday, June 15, 2017

U.S. Seeks to Recover Approximately $540 Million Obtained From Corruption Involving Malaysian Sovereign Wealth Fund

The Justice Department announced today the filing of civil forfeiture complaints seeking the forfeiture and recovery of approximately $540 million in assets associated with an international conspiracy to launder funds misappropriated from a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund. Combined with civil forfeiture complaints filed in July 2016, seeking more than $1 billion, and civil forfeiture complaints filed last week seeking approximately $100 million in assets, this case represents the largest action brought under the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative. Assets now subject to forfeiture in this case total almost $1.7 billion.
Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco, Acting U.S. Attorney Sandra R. Brown of the Central District of California, Assistant Director Stephen E. Richardson of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division, and Deputy Chief Don Fort of the IRS-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) made the announcement.
According to the complaints, from 2009 through 2015, more than $4.5 billion in funds belonging to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) was allegedly misappropriated by high-level officials of 1MDB and their associates. 1MDB was created by the government of Malaysia to promote economic development in Malaysia through global partnerships and foreign direct investment, and its funds were intended to be used for improving the well-being of the Malaysian people.  
“The Criminal Division is steadfast in our efforts to protect the security, safety, and integrity of the American financial system from all manner of abuse, including by kleptocrats seeking to hide their ill-gotten or stolen wealth,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Blanco. “Today’s complaints reveal another chapter of this multi-year, multi-billion-dollar fraud scheme, bringing the total identified stolen proceeds to $4.5 billion. This money financed the lavish lifestyles of the alleged co-conspirators at the expense and detriment of the Malaysian people. We are unwavering in our commitment to ensure the United States is not a safe haven for corrupt individuals and kleptocrats to hide their ill-gotten wealth or money, and that recovered assets be returned to the victims from which they were taken.”
“These cases involve billions of dollars that should have been used to help the people of Malaysia, but instead was used by a small number of individuals to fuel their astonishing greed,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Brown. “The misappropriation of 1MDB funds was accomplished with an extravagant web of lies and bogus transactions that were brought to light by the dedicated attorneys and law enforcement agents who continue to work on this matter. We simply will not allow the United States to be a place where corrupt individuals can expect to hide assets and lavishly spend money that should be used for the benefit of citizens of other nations.”
“Today’s filing serves as a reminder of the important role that the FBI plays in rooting out international corruption. When corrupt foreign officials launder funds through the United States in furtherance of their criminal activity, the FBI works tirelessly to help hold those officials accountable, and recover the misappropriated funds,” said Assistant Director Richardson. “I applaud all my colleagues and our international partners who have worked to help recover an immense amount of funds taken from the Malaysian people, who are the victims of this abhorrent case of kleptocracy.”
“Today’s announcement is the result of untangling a global labyrinth of multi-layered financial transactions allegedly used to divert billions of dollars from the people of Malaysia and fund the co-conspirators’ lavish lifestyles,” said Deputy Chief Fort. “The IRS is proud to partner with other law enforcement agencies and share its world-renowned financial investigative expertise in this complex financial investigation. It’s important for the world to see, that when people use the American financial system for corruption, the IRS will take notice.”
As alleged in the complaints, the members of the conspiracy – which included officials at 1MDB, their relatives and other associates – diverted more than $4.5 billion in 1MDB funds.  Using fraudulent documents and representations, the co-conspirators allegedly laundered the funds through a series of complex transactions and shell companies with bank accounts located in the U.S. and abroad. These transactions allegedly served to conceal the origin, source and ownership of the funds, and ultimately passed through U.S. financial institutions to then be used to acquire and invest in assets located in the U.S. and overseas.
The complaints filed today allege that in 2014, the co-conspirators misappropriated approximately $850 million in 1MDB funds under the guise of repurchasing certain options that had been given in connection with a guarantee of 2012 bonds. As the complaints allege, 1MDB had borrowed a total of $1.225 billion from a syndicate of banks to fund the buy-back of the options. The complaints allege that approximately $850 million was instead diverted to several offshore shell entities. From there, the complaints allege, the funds stolen in 2014, in addition to money stolen in prior years, were used, among other things, to purchase a 300 foot luxury yacht valued at over $260 million, certain movie rights, high-end properties, tens of millions of dollars of jewelry, and artwork. A portion of the diverted loan proceeds were also allegedly used in an elaborate, Ponzi-like scheme to create the false appearance that an earlier 1MDB investment had been profitable.  
As alleged in the earlier complaints, in 2009, 1MDB officials and their associates embezzled approximately $1 billion that was supposed to be invested to exploit energy concessions purportedly owned by a foreign partner. Instead, the funds were transferred through shell companies and were used to acquire a number of assets, as set forth in the complaints. The complaints also allege that the co-conspirators misappropriated close to $1.4 billion in funds raised through the bond offerings in 2012, and more than $1.2 billion following another bond offering in 2013.
The Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative is led by a team of dedicated prosecutors in the Criminal Division’s Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, in partnership with federal law enforcement agencies, and often with U.S. Attorney’s Offices, to forfeit the proceeds of foreign official corruption and, where appropriate, to use those recovered asset to benefit the people harmed by these acts of corruption and abuse of office. In 2015, the FBI formed International Corruption Squads across the country to address national and international implications of foreign corruption. Individuals with information about possible proceeds of foreign corruption located in or laundered through the U.S. should contact federal law enforcement or send an email to sends e-mail) (link sends e-mail) or
A civil forfeiture complaint is merely an allegation that money or property was involved in or represents the proceeds of a crime. These allegations are not proven until a court awards judgment in favor of the U.S.

Attorney General Apandi Ali may want to take a second look at the 1MDB scandal before its too late for him.


Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar appears a bit busy clarifying his much talked about Gopi-link. 

Thursday, 15 June 2017

A workable and peaceful exit for Najib

1. There seems to be no end to it for Najib and the country, one crisis after another, the latest being the infighting in FELDA. It would seem more and more negative information is coming out which may implicate him, especially on the 1MDB saga, which the DOJ in the US (and perhaps in other countries too) is expected to pursue criminal proceedings against people close to him.

2. It does not matter who is right or wrong anymore, the country is heading towards a terrible economic slowdown and a major social political confrontation, which would benefit no one. The race/religious politics is going to complicate things more and make it easy for innocent people to suffer from violence and collateral damage. Past experiences from other countries suggest that a violent upheaval seeking vengeance and retribution may not be a sustainable answer and may bring more instability, which the country can ill-afford at this time.

3. A recent secret poll on the outcome of the next general election suggested that BN might lose badly. For example, it predicted that BN would only win in 3 states - Sarawak, Terengganu and Pahang.

4. Najib has implied openly on 8 June 2017 that he is facing much stress as the PM and he was not getting enough sleep, which would definitely have an adverse and severe effect on his health and well-being.

5. Najib must accept that enough is enough. The sooner the better for him and the country, before the situation gets out of control. Time and his health are not on his side as the deadline (August 2018) for the election draws closer. What if the secret poll is right and the tide turns against BN, by then and whatever “Plan B” he may have, may not work anymore? He is still in a good position to negotiate a workable and peaceful exit to save himself and his family and also to preserve whatever legacy that is left of his great father.

6. The whole world and the country is watching his every move closely and it is time that he must demonstrate responsibility, leadership, humility and common sense for the sake of the country and the safety of him and his family.

7. It may be now or never as history may also judge him harshly if he does not do the right things now and he ends up as the loser in the end.

8. There is a wise saying - “Always have a successful exit than a favourable entrance. Because what matters is not being clapped when we arrived, but being remembered when we leave.”

Note: The above is a jotting from a senior member of Barisan Nasional and an old friend of Najib who believes there is still room for manoeuvre. 


I know exactly how Najib will be remembered. 

Monday, 12 June 2017

Kenapa samseng Umno hina Sarawak ?

Nampaknya kelakuan kurang ajar tanpa adab, melampaui norma dan tatasusila manusia bertamadun sudah menjadi perkara biasa. Dahulu kelakuan demikian hanya terhad kepada penjenayah dan samseng jalanan kini tetapi kini ianya telah merebak ke peringkat atas.

Dari penyampu sampah yang meroyan mengaku dirinya imam kepada Perdana Menteri yang menghina rakyat sebagai bangsat dan menteri mengaku dirinya samseng, kelakuan kurang ajar ini sedang tular. 

Kejadian terbaru yang amat memalukan rakyat Malaysia adalah tindakan menteri KANAN Umno Nazri Aziz yang menghina seorang pemimpin kanan Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Sarawak (PBB) dimajlis sempena bulan Ramadan.  

Walau apa pun perkara yang diulas atau didebat kata-kata yang dilemparkan Nazri terhadap Karim, yang juga seorang menteri kerajaan Sarawak, jelas tidak beradab dan amat kurang ajar. 

'Nak jadi samseng belajar dengan saya'
Nazri merujuk kepada fakta bahawa Abdul Karim baru sahaja menyertai kabinet Sarawak tahun ini dan masih kurang tahap 'kekananan' dalam kerajaan.
"Dalam politik ini jangan cakap besar, you cakap besar you nak tunjuk samseng, kita lebih samseng lagi.
"Saya takkan benar dia bersikap samseng begitu. Saya menteri lama dah.
"Kalau tak faham, jumpa saya dulu, tanya. Jangan baru jadi menteri dah jadi samseng. Nak belajar jadi samseng belajar dengan saya," sindir Nazri. - LAPORAN PENUH 
KENYATAAN Nazri, seperti laporan di-atas, menimbulkan persoalan kenapa Ahli Majlis Tertinggi Umno ini sanggup menghina seorang pemimpin kanan kerajaan Sarawak secara terbuka? 
Karim Hamzah bukan budak yang baru setahun jagung dalam kerajaan Sarawak ataupun politik Bumi Kenyalang yang ditunjangi parti PBB.

Apakah kedudukan atau status Sarawak dan khususnya PBB dimata Umno hari ini sudah begitu teruk sehingga boleh dihina tanpa adab di majlis berbuka puasa di bulan Ramadan? 

Nazri bukan setakat menghina malah mencabar pemimpin PBB itu hanya kerana beliau bersuara mempertahankan kepentingan rakyat Sarawak. 

"you cakap besar you nak tunjuk samseng, kita lebih samseng lagi" - maknanya Umno parti samseng, bukan begitu? 

Apakah dalam doktrin Umno hari ini parti komponen Barisan Nasional lain yang bersuara mempertahankan hak dan kepentingan rakyat dianggap 'samseng' dan oleh itu Umno berhak bertindak 'samseng' menghina komponen BN lain?  

Apa pun yang diperjelaskan selepas ini dengan tujuan 'damage control' akibat keceluparan Nazri yang nyata maruah Sarawak dan Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu Sarawak sudah tercalar. 

The ball is now in Sarawak's court. You can either stand up to defend your pride and rights or be an obedient servant and learn how to be a bigger 'samseng' from Umno. 

Keputusan ditangan kerajaan negeri Sarawak khususnya ditangan Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg. 

Penghinaan terbuka terhadap Sarawak dan pemimpin kanan kerajaan negeri oleh pemimpin kanan Umno bukan perkara kecil yang boleh diketepikan begitu sahaja. 

Abang Jo Ketua Menteri Sarawak tidak perlu berlagak samseng atau menghina sesiapa untuk mempertahankan hak dan maruah Bumi Kenyalang, tetapi jika tiada tindakan atau ketegasan yang menyusul maka peribahasa lembu dicucuk hidung mungkin akan jadi mainan dibibir rakyat. 


Untuk makluman, penghinaan sebegini tidak pernah berlaku ketika Tun Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud ataupun Tan Sri Adenan Satem menerajui PBB dan kerajaan Sarawak. Kenapa sekarang? 


Monday, 1 May 2017

Soros mampu jatuhkan pemimpin tinggi Umno Melaka?

Kenderaan di-atas adalah Toyota FJ Cruiser, iaitu sejenis kenderaan pacuan 4-roda yang agak popular dikalangan peminat 4x4 Malaysia. 

Purata harga FJ Cruiser adalah dalam lingkungan RM150,000 - 200,000. 

Tiga buah Toyota FJ Cruiser yang hampir serupa seperti dalam gambar diatas kini berada diperkarangan pejabat Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Melaka. 

Dua daripada tiga buah Toyota FJ Cruiser lengkap bercermin gelap itu dirampas dari dua orang VVIP dan seorang individu yang dikenali sebagai Soros. 

Soros yang kini masih diburu pihak SPRM dipercayai telah menghadiahkan kenderaan tersebut kepada kedua-dua VVIP berkenaan. 

Menurut sumber dari bumi Hang Tuah, Ketua Menteri Melaka Datuk Seri Idris Haron adalah salah seorang VVIP yang menggunakan kereta Toyota FJ Cruiser yang dihadiahkan Soros. (Jika laporan ini kurang tepat, Idris Haron boleh tampil menafikan berita ini) 

Untuk makluman pembaca skandal rasuah bernilai RM150 juta (mungkin lebih) ini melibatkan seorang individu dari Melaka yang dikenali sebagai Soros. Umum tahu bahawa Idris Haron dan Soros mempunyai hubungan yang akrab.

Kegagalan SPRM untuk mendakwa Soros dimahkamah setelah mendapat restu Pejabat Peguam Negara  telah menimbulkan pelbagai persoalan akan campurtangan ahli politik negeri untuk melindungi Soros. 

Menurut seorang bekas pemimpin tertinggi dari negeri Melaka, skandal Soros ini mampu menamatkan riwayat politik pemimpin tinggi politik dari negerinya. 

"Jika Soros didakwa maka segala tembelang pemimpin politik berkenaan akan pecah dan besar kemungkinan beliau dan ahli keluarga beliau pun terpaksa didakwa. SPRM tidak boleh membuat pendakwaan terpilih.

"Beliau dalam keadaan yang amat terdesak sekarang dan sanggup lakukan apa sahaja untuk menyelamatkan Soros. Skandal ini lebih besar dari Soros dan RM150 juta," katanya. 

Menurut sumber yang boleh dipercayai Idris Haron telah menemui Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak di Manila dan membincangkan skandal rasuah ini. 

Idris Haron harus mengadakan satu sidang media khas untuk memperjelaskan skandal yang telah mencemarkan negeri Melaka ini.

Mungkin Idris Haron Ketua Menteri Melaka juga tahu siapa lagi yang terlibat dalam skandal rasuah berkenaan. 


Senarai rampasan penuh di-SINI

Kenapa SPRM pun tiba-tiba kelu tak berkata-kata? Rakyat sedang perhatikan tindak tanduk kalian.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

SPRM dan Soros - Siapa lebih berkuasa?

The official is being investigated under Section 53 (3) of the MACC Act and was granted bail of RM100,000 with two sureties, but was rearrested on Dec 2 to assist in investigations into illegal money-laundering activities under Section 4(1) of the Anti Money Laundering Act (AMLA) 2001 and was released under bail of RM100,000, after being detained for 24 hours. In its probe, MACC seized more than RM150 million in cash, vehicles, assets and documents from the official.
This included RM41 million in cash and RM12.6 million in bank accounts, 56 land titles belonging to Yayasan Melaka in Sabah and six State Economic Planning Unit (UPEN) files related to land reclamation projects, seven vehicles (two Toyota Vellfires, a Toyota Camry, a BMW, a Proton Waja, a Perodua Myvi and a Proton Exora).
Also seized were two Toyota FJ Cruiser four-wheel drive vehicles which are worth about RM200,000 each.
Following his release, the official had initially resumed his duties at the MBMB mayor’s office, before Idris announced in a response to a query from the opposition at the state assembly in February, that the official had been removed from the city council and placed at the Tangga Batu Umno service centre.
At the Klebang Kecil Umno Youth, Wanita and Puteri annual conference held at his official residence in Seri Bendahara, Idris announced the official’s appointment as the state BN and Umno special functions secretary. - NST 
A WARRANT of arrest is out for a politician in Malacca implicated in a multimillion-ringgit corruption scandal.
The man was supposed to be charged yesterday with at least 10 counts of offences related to money laundering, but the highly-anticipated court appearance did not materialise.
The New Straits Times was made to understand that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), which had been granted the arrest warrant by the Malacca magistrate’s court, failed to serve the document on the 56-year-old politician.
On Monday night, a state MACC spokesman confirmed that the commission’s case would be brought to the court yesterday.
The spokesman yesterday, however, said: “I am sorry, there is indeed a case to be charged (at court) tomorrow (yesterday), but I do not know who. I have not received any information pertaining to this case (as this is handled by MACC headquarters).
“I am also awaiting answers from them,” he had said in a text message on Monday.
Late yesterday, however, the spokesman told the NST that the corruption case had been shelved to a later date.
“No one is going to be charged today (yesterday). It has been postponed. 
“I will update if there are new developments.”
He added that a new date could be as early as the end of next week.
It is learnt that the graft busters were also waiting for further instructions from the Attorney-General’s Chambers on the matter. - NST also 

27 APRIL 2017

Adakah kelewatan mendakwa pemimpin UMNO Melaka satu cubaan "cover up" ?

Saya berasa terkejut dengan satu laporan NST bertarikh 26 April 2017 melaporkan bahawa pemimpin UMNO Melaka yang terpalit dengan skandal rasuah RM150 juta belum lagi didakwa. 

Pemimpin UMNO Melaka itu yang sepatutnya didakwa kelmarin namun beliau tidak muncul di mahkamah dan belum didakwa lagi walaupun waran tangkap telah dikeluarkan terhadapnya. 

Adalah menjadi rahsia umum bahawa pegawai berkenaan mempunyai hubungan rapat dengan Idris Haron memandangkan Idris sendiri telah diminta memberikan kerjasama oleh SPRM berkaitan dengan kes rasuah pemimpin UMNO Melaka itu pada awal tahun ini.

Kegagalan mendakwa pemimpin terbabit menimbulkan pelbagai persoalan kepada orang ramai khususnya rakyat Melaka.

Bagaimana beliau masih bebas walaupun waran tangkap telah dikeluarkan ? Dimanakah pemimpin terbabit berada sehinggakan pihak berkuasa gagal membuat tangkap terhadapnya? Apakah beliau dilindungi pimpinan atasan kononnya beliau punyai hubungan secara langsung dengan Ketua Menteri kerana bimbang Idris Haron akan diheret sama? 

Saya mendesak pihak SPRM tampil dengan segera memberikan penjelasan terhadap kelewatan mendakwa pemimpin terbabit bagi mengelakkan sebarang spekulasi timbul. Saya juga mendesak agar menghentikan sebarang percubaan "cover up" oleh pihak tertentu untuk menyelamatkan pemimpin terbabit.


Siapa sebenarnya sipolan yang dikenali sebagai SOROS ini? 

Bagaimana SOROS ini begitu berkuasa sehingga mampu 'menahan' SPRM daripada menjalankan tugas mereka? 

Di Johor Exco Kanan Kerajaan Negeri pun ditangkap dan dituduh dimahkamah oleh pihak SPRM tanpa sebarang campurtangan politik, kerajaan ataupun pihak istana. SPRM bebas menjalankan tugas mereka dalam kes profil tinggi di Johor tempohari.

Bagaimana SOROS dari Negeri Melaka ini seolah-olah lebih berkuasa dari SPRM? 

Persoalan yang ditimbulkan Ahli Parlimen Bukit Katil YB Shamsul Iskandar adalah berasas. Sebenarnya persoalan tersebut telah menjadi bualan umum. 

Apakah benar Ketua Menteri Melaka Datuk Seri Idris Haron turut terlibat dalam kes rasuah ini dimana pihak SPRM telah merampas wang tunai dan harta lain bernilai lebih RM150juta? 

Apakah benar kertas pertuduhan kini telah kembali ke-meja Peguam Negara Tan Sri Apandi Ali untuk 'dikaji semula' selepas sipolan yang melindungi Soros menggunakan 'talian hayat Putrajaya'? 

Ini antara persoalan yang timbul dibibir dan minda rakyat ekoran penyebaran beberapa laporan akhbar dan berita dari 'sumber SPRM'.

Kes terbaru dalam siri operasi kes profil tinggi SPRM ini sebenarnya telah mencuit perhatian masyarakat : 

Pertama kerana jumlah yang terlibat, iaitu lebih RM150 juta; 
dan keduanya kerana kekebalan seorang pekerja parti politik yang baru-baru ini ditugaskan 'hanya untuk memasang bendera dan kain rentang parti'. 

Apa nak jadi dengan laungan amaran Ketua Pesuruhjaya Datuk Dzulkifli Ahmad jikalau tukang pasang bendera pun boleh jentik SPRM dari jauh? 

Amaran tinggal amaran?

Mungkin Dzulkifli harus segera menemui Apandi Ali dan menjernihkan pandangan umum akan kewibawaan SPRM. 

Yang menjadi percaturan sekarang adalah maruah SPRM yang sedang cuba dipulihara selepas rosak teruk akibat siasatan skandal 1MDB dan SRC International. 

Pasti Dzulkifli dan Apandi masih ingat akan episod 1MDB dan SRC yang masih belum berkesudahan itu. 

Pisang nak berbuah lagi?


Ada kes boleh jadi tak ada kes dan yang tak ada kes tiba-tiba boleh jadi ada kes. Yang ini apa kes-ah ?