Fuzi must ask Tun M and Daim where Jho Low is

Fuzi need not waste time with press conferences posing questions about Jho Low’s whereabouts. All he needs to do is ask Tun M and Tun Daim. Source (pic): Bernama Radio

Following is an article adapted from NST Online complete with responses by TTF (in blue):

KUALA LUMPUR: The search for businessman Low Taek Jho or Jho Low remains open as police await confirmation with regard to his whereabouts from their counterpart in China.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the force’s special officers tasked with locating the fugitive financier are still actively working with Chinese authorities to track him down, as there is no substantial evidence of the claim that he is in China.

“We hear people say that he’s there but we haven’t received any confirmation on it.

“The discussion with the Chinese authorities is still ongoing. Many people say he is in China, we are not sure of that yet,” Mohamad Fuzi said after the annual Police Excellent Service Awards (APC) ceremony at Bukit Aman, here, today.

TTF: Fuzi need not hold press conferences to pose all these questions.

All he needs to do is pick the phone up, dial “Tun M” or “Tun Daim” and ask them where the billionaire is.

He knows as well as I do that Daim communicated with Low via Skype and had once arranged to meet the billionaire in China.

On the 8th of July 2018, I wrote (updated):

The Government of Malaysia admitted that it knew where Low was and confirmed that the billionaire agreed to cooperate. 

Dr Mahathir Mohamad even attempted to negotiate terms with him via a special Skype session in the Prime Minister’s office.

Is Mahathir going to deny that he and Daim Zainuddin asked Low to testify against Najib in such a way that the former premier would be made to look like the person who “masterminded the 1MDB scandal?”

And Fuzi, take note of the first point in the 8th July post.

The NST Online post continued…

He added that along with Jho Low, there are also three others sought by police in connection with the ongoing 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) investigations.

It was reported that among the three sought are his parents Low Hock Peng, 67, and Goh Gaik Ewe, 67, as well as 41-year-old Tan Kim Loong.

Mohamad Fuzi said they were also looking for a Singaporean by the name of Shabnam Naraindas Daswani, 55.

Meanwhile, on the latest development of the 1MDB investigation expected to be completed by this month, Mohamad Fuzi said they were tightening some loose ends after the report was referred to the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC).


TTF: Prior to the 14th general election, you cleared Najib of criminal wrongdoing.

Does that mean the investigations you’re referring to has nothing to do with Najib?

Please clarify…

The NST Online post continued…

“We have briefed the AG on how far into the investigation we are but I can’t reveal anything more.

When asked about the items seized in relation to the 1MDB investigations and when they would be returned, Mohamad Fuzi said police have until May 16 to keep the items in their possession.

“After that, the owners can file through the courts to have their items back,” he said.

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