The Najib Razak 1MDB Trial Ep 26: Did you steal my money?

The proceedings on 30 October lasted a quick two hours as Najib Razak’s lawyer Shafee Abdullah had other matters to attend to. Patrick Teoh reports for the Malaysian Insight.

As Shafee delved right into his cross-examination of the prosecution’s ninth witness, Shahrol Halmi, we find out that some of the US$700m channelled into Good Star ended up in Tarek Obaid’s account.

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Kam Chee Ng
3 Nov 2019 8.10pm

He knows jho low won’t come back as a witness,he and his legal team try to put all the blame on jho low.And also can play eye infection or there were be further tactics to postpone until next election

Arichantheran Mvsivagnanam
3 Nov 2019 10.07am

….is there a diff in stealing n giving to ur cronies??? …help me understand, cos end of d day, v d real ppl are (the victims)!

Sathish Nair
2 Nov 2019 6.56pm

Answer: no ,jho low stole it for me!!🤣

Yap Bin Chun
2 Nov 2019 6.06pm

Nation still owe him, he made so much wealth for the people, especially his gangs. Kehkehkeh.