That was a reader's comment left on the website of the Wall Street Journal. The Swiss were renown for their banking secrecy, but even they couldn't keep mum over this. The sum suspected to have been misappropriated amounts to around...
A bombshell, if ever there was one. Read the full statement from the Swiss attorney general's office here. The actual headline of the Swiss statement starts with "1MDB case". The criminal investigation conducted by the Office of the Attorney General of...
The RM2.6bn donor must step out and official confirm if such a donation was made and how much was returned. The prime minister should then account for the difference. This is in the light of the widespread scepticism that greeted...
1MDB should have been rolling in the black with some RM12bn in land revaluation gains; instead it finds itself pouring money into a black hole of borrowings incurred to finance goodness-knows-what. Many are scratching their heads over the sale...
Some lunch-time philosophy: How is that those who are massively corrupt or evil seem to evade justice whether in the courts or even divine justice during their earthly lives? We have seen RM1.0-1.5 trillion in illicit funds flow out...
Najib and Arul Kanda have more serious explaining to do: They should respond to this WSJ shocker: Malaysia’s 1MDB sent US$850m to entity set up to appear owned by Abu Dhabi wealth fund A 1MDB unit transferred at least $850 million...
Mahathir in vintage form. Where is the money from the RM2.6bn donation, he asks? Why isn't it reflected in Umno's financial statements over the last couple of years. Najib, he says, is not fit to be the prime minister. While...
Tonight, I need to meditate on this statement. "But do not be confused. The account is in my name, but it is not like a personal account." Now, I'm thorougly confused!    
He doesn't answer the question about the RM2.6bn so-called 'donation'; instead he gets Zahid to do answer in Parliament. In the end, Malaysians are no wiser. Talk about an anti-climax. Why is it that key players in the 1MDB...
I originally put this on my blog on 8 October. I'm putting it up again, given the widespread interest that his murder continues to generate and the developments since. Kevin paid the ultimate price for his convictions, but I...

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