Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail conspired with Tan Sri Abu Kassim and Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz to implicate Najib of a crime he didn’t commit.
Together with Abu Kassim, Gani went on to fabricate a charge sheet that accused Najib of siphoning RM2.6 billion from 1MDB.
To date, Dr Mahathir Mohamad has yet to ask the current AG to trigger Najib’s arrest despite insisting that Gani’s charge sheet was legitimate.
That explains why Dato’ Amar Singh Ishar Singh could not properly valuate the items seized from residences linked to Najib despite having ‘slept’ with those items for weeks.
Mahathir never had anything solid to pin on Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak despite insisting that the former premier stole RM2.6 billion from 1MDB.
THE THIRD FORCE
A report by The Malay Mail Online (MMO) yesterday revealed that Xavier Andre Justo is back in town. According to the report, the pardoned extortionist returned to the country to help the MACC with discoveries into 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). What this means, is that contrary to what Dr Mahathir Mohamad told us earlier, neither the MACC not the police have a “near perfect case” against Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak in relation to the RM2.6 billion that entered his Ambank account.
Put differently, both the MACC and the police are frantically hunting for evidence to implicate the former premier of a crime he didn’t commit. Under the circumstances, the “near perfect case” Mahathir spoke of on the 20th of June 2018 probably has to do with something totally unrelated to 1MDB. The Prime Minister needs to pin the blame on Najib for something given the promises he made to people ahead of the 14th general election (GE14).
The fact that he made such a promise implies that he had the smoking gun to prove Najib’s guilt. But his message to newsmen on the 10th of October 2015 told a very different story. On that day, he candidly revealed that the evidence against Najib wasn’t enough for him to lodge a police report. But his revelation stood in stark contrast to what he had been telling people all along.
But what he failed to mention was the conspiracy that existed between him and Gani to commit democratic thievery against Najib. The former AG is said to have communicated with the Wall Street Journal through a third party that helped with the back and forth. A detailed chronological summary of events as they unfolded paints a picture of conspiracy not even the court of law could possibly deny.
And it goes as follows:
On the 6th of March 2015, Gani set up a Special Task Force (STF) to investigate irregularities that concerned 1MDB. On the 8th of July 2015, he told newsmen that the STF was established for the sole purpose of getting to the bottom of claims made by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). That could only have been true had the daily made those claims before the STF was established. However, the WSJ report surfaced on the 2nd of July 2015, a good 128 days from the day the task force was established (refer table below).
Chronological summary of events
And that can only mean one thing – Gani lied.
The former AG knew months ahead what the WSJ was about to write. The fact that a conspiracy existed between him and the daily is further advanced when one considers the raid he got the STF to conduct on three business entities. On the 4th of July 2015, Gani announced the seizure of some documents from the said entities based on a 2nd of July 2015 entry by the WSJ (see table above). However, the daily made it clear that the entry was hinged squarely on documentary evidence provided to it by unnamed Malaysian investigators.
Question is, to which investigators was the WSJ referring to?
Prior to the raid, neither the police, the MACC, the AG’s Chambers, Bank Negara or even the STF had initiated any probe whatsoever into 1MDB or its dealings. Here itself, you can see how Gani, Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz and Tan Sri Abu Kassim conspired to implicate Najib of a crime he didn’t commit. Both Zeti and Abu Kassim were then members of the STF in their respective capacities as Governor of Bank Negara and the MACC head.
Gani went on to fabricate a charge sheet that implicated Najib in a conspiracy to siphon RM2.6 billion from 1MDB. The said charge sheet was supposed to be presented to Najib during a 29th of July 2015 sitting by the (then) Malaysian Cabinet. The former premier was supposed to be arrested by the Royal Malaysian Police in front of all present during the said meeting. But the coup attempt was preempted at the eleventh hour by a certain Tan Sri who told Najib what Gani and gang were up to.
The Tan Sri’s account prompted Najib to sack Gani on the 28th of July 2015. To this day, Mahathir insists that the sacking was illegal and done to sweep evidence under the carpet. What this means, is that the Prime Minister still believes the charge sheet both Gani and Abu Kassim prepared in July 2015 is legitimate and can be used to arrest Najib. But if that were to be the case, why has Mahathir yet to ask the current AG to trigger Najib’s arrest as soon as possible?
The more you read into it, the more you’ll realise that the Prime Minister never had anything solid to pin on Najib despite insisting that the former premier stole RM2.6 billion from 1MDB. The only thing he is capable of doing this very moment is to play media acrobatics with the police to hoodwink the rakyat. That explains why Dato’ Amar Singh Ishar Singh could not properly valuate the items seized from residences linked to Najib despite having ‘slept’ with those items for weeks.
And to think that this is the dawn of a ‘new’ Malaysian era…