TTF: “We did go to the house, but it was not a raid, it was just a check” – Dato’ Azam Baki (see news item below).
“Why would we (MACC) raid when Jho Low is not there,” he added.
Well, why indeed.
Why did the police enter the home of one of Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak’s children when the homeowner wasn’t in? Perhaps, it was not a raid, just a check. Perhaps, while ‘checking’ the house, they decided to remove some wedding gifts from labelled boxes before carting those gifts out in full view of media cameras. Perhaps, they felt that the homeowner had too many wedding gifts the public needed to see.
And while we’re at it, perhaps a rape is no longer a rape, but a “physical test of sexual vulnerability.” Perhaps, just perhaps, street begging is no longer street begging but “entrepreneurship in urban pecuniary procurement.” Perhaps the fat guy in the house next door is no longer “that fat guy” but “that horizontally challenged dude packed with truckloads of solid triglycerides.”
Come to think of it, perhaps Azam Baki is not Azam Baki, but that “cognitively challenged bloke who smokes too much weed before press conferences.” Perhaps he would like to verify an FMT report that alleged the MACC broke “into the main door unit” and “uncovered some cash in a safe.”
Pictures of raid posted in FMT
Yes, perhaps Baki would like to run by us again why the above doesn’t qualify as a raid.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) denied it conducted a raid on the house said to be linked to businessman Low Taek Jho or Jho Low.
Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operations) Datuk Azam Baki said the commission only sent a team to conduct checks on the house.
“We did go to the house, but it was not a raid, it was just a check.
“Why would we (MACC) raid when Jho Low is not there,” he said when contacted, here, today.
Azam added that nothing was seized from the apartment located along Jalan Kia Peng, here.
“The report by a local media on the apartment being raided is not accurate,” he said.
It was earlier reported that the MACC raided the apartment believed to have acted as a ‘safe house’ linked to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
Source: NST Online