Rayer is wasting Bukit Aman’s time with police report on Najib

Does it not bother you to think that a lawyer could put the fluff Lim Kit Siang wrote about Najib and Muhyiddin above common sense and the need to “do one’s homework” before wasting everyone’s time? Source (pic): TTF Files

Jelutong Member of Parliament RSN Rayer yesterday lodged a police report against former premier Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak over the dismissals of former Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and former Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin in July 2015.

But Rayer got it wrong.

Muhyiddin was sacked not in July 2015, but June 2016, months after he told an UMNO Supreme Council sitting that he knew of a conspiracy to topple Najib.

Even Dato Seri Mukhriz admitted to the Kuala Lumpur High Court that his father had schemed to remove Najib since 2014.


SABAK BERNAM: Jelutong Member of Parliament RSN Rayer yesterday lodged a police report on former premier Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak over the dismissals of former Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and former Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin in July 2015.

But Rayer got it wrong.

Muhyiddin was sacked not in July 2015, but June 2016, months after he told an UMNO Supreme Council sitting that he knew of a conspiracy to topple Najib.


The council convened to discuss sabotage and touched on a charge sheet Gani was said to have prepared with the intent of arresting Najib during a July 2015 cabinet meeting.

Had Rayer taken the trouble to piece the puzzle together, he would have seen that the charge sheet was more than likely to have been a piece of toilet paper.

But the accidental ‘expose’ of the ‘toilet paper’ wasn’t Muhyiddin’s biggest blunder yet.

The biggest blunder came when he denied his role in the conspiracy, which is as good as saying, “Even though I knew my boss was about to be played out, I just sat there and watched the fun with arms folded. There’s nothing wrong in doing that.”

Sure, provided that you’re also willing to do away with law that implicates one for the concealment of evidence that could otherwise help solve crimes or prevent injuries.

There is absolutely no question that Muhyiddin himself wanted to see Najib drown.

The 3rdof March 2016 press conference in which he denied complicity with Gani makes no sense whatsoever as it goes against everything he said during the September 2015 supreme council sitting.

He knew of the fake charge sheet. He knew of Gani’s role in the scheme of things. And yet, he chose not to do anything about it. Does that not reek of complicity?

Everyone in Najib’s cabinet knew of the ‘Special Task Force’ blunder in which Gani accidentally exposed a conspiracy involving him and the Wall Street Journal to put a spoke in Najib’s wheel (read the expose below).

Evidence suggests Gani Patail was complicit with WSJ in SRC raid

Even Dato Seri Mukhriz admitted to there being a conspiracy to topple Najib.

On the 13thof July 2017, the young Mahathir told the Kuala Lumpur High Court that his father had schemed to remove Najib since 2014.

That automatically cast a huge shadow of doubt on Muhyiddin as the former deputy premier was often seen taking sides with Mahathir on every other issue that was anti-Najib.

And here we have this guy named Rayer wasting Bukit Aman’s time by skating over truths that seem to point clearly to elements of conspiracy.

Does it not bother you to think that a lawyer could put the fluff Lim Kit Siang wrote about Najib and Muhyiddin above common sense and the need for one to “do his homework” before wasting everyone’s time?

THE THIRD FORCE

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