Proceedings seemed like it might just be settling into a routine on Day 9 of the trial yesterday, after encountering some interruptions when Najib Razak took ill with eye trouble last week. Patrick Teoh presents for the Malaysian Insight.
Najib’s lawyer Shafee Abdullah continued his cross-examination of witness Amhari Nazaruddin, who told the court today that the former PM trusted him enough to go to China to negotiate what he insisted was a bailout for 1MDB.
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