When the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission delegation went to Riyadh in 2015, they weren’t able to question the prince behind the Arab donation letters. Instead, they took a statement from his lawyer, Abdullah Al-Koman. The defence maintained that the prince did not understand English, choosing to send a representative. But yesterday’s witness said otherwise. Patrick Teoh presents for the Malaysian Insight.
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