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Meletup!! Berbillion wang 1MDB masuk ke dalam akaun peribadi Najib!? Bukti didedahkan ...

Dokumen yang ditemui menunjukkan RM2.67 bilion dipindahkan ke pelbagai agensi kerajaan, bank dan entiti berkaitan 1MDB dan akhirnya ke akaun peribadi Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak dalam 5 deposit berasingan. Siasatan ke atas syarikat sarat hutang 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) mendapati berbilion ringgit dimasukkan ke akaun peribadi Datuk Seri Najib Razak, lapor Wall Street Journal (WSJ) dan Sarawak
Report.

Kedua-duanya memetik dokumen siasatan 1MDB yang dijalankan kerajaan Malaysia, dengan Sarawak Report mendakwa Peguam Negara sedar mengenai hal itu. Dokumen itu menunjukkan AS$700 juta (RM2.67 bilion) dipindahkan ke agensi kerajaan, bank dan entiti berkaitan 1MDB dan akhirnya ke akaun peribadi perdana menteri dalam 5 deposit berasingan, lapor WSJ.

Ia berkata, urus niaga terbesar melibatkan deposit sebanyak AS$620 juta dan satu lagi AS$61 juta pada Mac 2013, dua bulan sebelum pilihan raya umum diadakan. Bagaimanapun, Putrajaya menafikan laporan itu, mengatakan Najib tidak pernah menggunakan sebarang dana awam.

"Perdana menteri tidak pernah mengambil apa-apa dana untuk kegunaan peribadi," kata seorang jurucakap Putrajaya. "Lawan politik perdana menteri, enggan menerima rekodnya atau fakta, terus cuba melemahkan beliau dengan tuduhan tidak berasas dan khabar angin semata-mata untuk kepentingan politik."

Sementara itu, jurucakap 1MDB berkata, merujuk pemindahan ke akaun Najib: "1MDB tidak menyedari transaksi berkenaan atau melihat dokumen yang berkaitan." Jurucakap itu memberi amaran yang dokumen yang diubahsuai pernah digunakan sebelum ini untuk memburukkan 1MDB dan kerajaan. – 3 Julai, 2015.

* aku harap berita ini tidak benar. Najib masih tahu dosa pahala. Tak gitu bang Najib?


Sumber:
(http://penburukonline.blogspot.com/2015/07/meletup-berbillion-wang-1mdb-masuk-ke.html)
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USD700 juta dana 1MDB masuk akaun peribadi Najib...

Dalam satu lagi pendedahan sensasi, Wall Street Journal (WSJ) hari ini melaporkan para penyiasat Malaysia didakwa telah mengesan hampir AS$700 juta deposit ke dalam apa yang mereka percaya adalah akaun bank peribadi Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.

 
WSJ memetik dokumen-dokumen dari satu siasatan kerajaan, yang telah diperolehi oleh akhbar kewangan antarabangsa itu dan laman web pemberi maklumat Sarawak Report.

 Menurut WSJ, dokumen-dokumen siasatan itu didakwa menunjukkan buat kali pertamanya Najib telah dikaitkan secara langsung dengan siasatan terhadap dana pelaburan negara yang bermasalah itu.


 WSJ mendakwa kerajaan menyiasat dokumen-dokumen yang apa pihak penyiasat percaya adalah pergerakan wang tunai di kalangan agensi-agensi kerajaan, bank-bank dan syarikat-syarikat yang dikaitkan dengan 1MDB sebelum ia berakhir dalam akaun peribadi Najib.

Dakwanya, dokumen-dokumen yang disemak oleh The Wall Street Journal termasuk borang-borang pemindahan bank dan carta aliran yang diperolehi oleh penyiasat kerajaan yang mencerminkan pemahaman mereka tentang laluan wang tunai itu. 


Sementara itu, Sarawak Report melaporkan secara berasingan bahawa sebanyak AS681,999,976 (RM2.6 bilion) didakwa dipindahkan oleh dana Abu Dhabi Aabar ke dalam akaun peribadi Najib di AmBank di Kuala Lumpur pada bulan Mac 2013, dua bulan sebelum pilihan raya umum pada 5 Mei 2013.

Ia mendakwa, pemindahan dari Falcon Bank milik penuh dana itu ke dalam akaun bank peribadi Najib berlaku hanya beberapa hari selepas satu perkongsian strategik ditandatangani antara Malaysia dan Abu Dhabi pada 12 Mac 2013.

Dakwanya lagi, ini membawa kepada penerbitan bon AS$3 bilion yang dijamin oleh kerajaan Malaysia sebagai sebahagian daripada 'usaha sama 50-50 antara 1MDB dan Aabar' untuk membangunkan projek Tun Razak Exchange."
Ia mendakwa "maklumat perbankan itu telah diterima baru-baru ini oleh beberapa penguat kuasa undang-undang utama Malaysia, termasuk peguam negara".

Sarawak Report juga mendakwa RM42 juta lagi telah dipindahkan dari SRC International Sdn Bhd, sebuah syarikat kontroversi yang dikaitkan dengan 1MDB, yang kini di bawah kementerian kewangan, ke dalam tiga akaun peribadi Najib di AmPrivate Banking di Kuala Lumpur sejak beberapa bulan yang lalu. 


Menurutnya, dakwaan mengenai wang yang diambil dari SRC International itu adalah satu pendedahan yang mengejutkan, kerana ia didakwa adalah wang yang dipinjamkan oleh dana pencen Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (KWAP).

Ia mendakwa pada 10 Februari 2015, SRC International telah memindahkan RM10 juta ke dalam nombor akaun milik 'Dato' Seri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak' di AmPrivate Bank.

Begitu juga, dakwanya lagi, pada 26 Disember 2014, dua transaksi awal menyaksikan pemindahan RM27 juta dan RM5 juta lagi dari SRC International Sdn Bhd ke dalam nombor akaun di AmPrivate Banking yang juga milik 'Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak'. " - mk

Could this be the Smoking Gun for Najib?
WSJ-NAJIB
WSJ: 1MDB funds traced to PM's own bank accounts...
In another sensational expose, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported today that Malaysian investigators have traced nearly US$700 million of deposits into what they believe are personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.

WSJ cited documents from a government probe, which both the international financial newspaper and whistleblower website Sarawak Report have obtained.


 
According to WSJ, the investigation documents mark the first time Najib has been directly connected to  investigation into the troubled state investment fund.

"The government probe documents what investigators believe to be the movement of cash among government agencies, banks and companies linked to 1MDB before it ended up in Mr Najib’s personal accounts," WSJ reports.


"Documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal include bank transfer forms and flow charts put together by government investigators that reflect their understanding of the path of the cash."

Meanwhile, Sarawak Report in a separate report said a total of US$681,999,976 (RM2.6 billion) was wire transferred by the Abu Dhabi fund Aabar into the Najib’s private AmBank account in Kuala Lumpur on March 2013, two months before the May 5, 2013 general election.

“The transfers from the fund’s wholly owned Falcon Bank into Najib’s AmPrivate Banking account took place just days after the signing of a so-called ‘strategic partnership’ between Malaysia and Abu Dhabi on 12th March 2013.

“This resulted in the issuing of a US$3 billion bond guaranteed by the the Malaysian government as part of a ‘50-50 joint venture between 1MDB and Aabar’ to develop the Tun Razak Exchange project.”

It said that “stunning body of banking information has recently been received by a number of Malaysia’s top law enforcers, including the attorney-general”.


Sarawak Report also said that another RM42 million had been transferred from SRC International Sdn Bhd, a company linked to 1MDB which is now under the Finance Ministry, into Najib’s three private accounts at AmPrivate Banking in Kuala Lumpur as recently as five months ago.

“The transfers from the fund’s wholly owned Falcon Bank into Najib’s AmPrivate Banking account took place just days after the signing of a so-called ‘strategic partnership’ between Malaysia and Abu Dhabi on 12th March 2013.

 
“This resulted in the issuing of a US$3 billion bond guaranteed by the the Malaysian government as part of a ‘50-50 joint venture between 1MDB and Aabar’ to develop the Tun Razak Exchange project.”

It said that “stunning body of banking information has recently been received by a number of Malaysia’s top law enforcers, including the attorney-general”.


 
Sarawak Report also said that another RM42 million had been transferred from SRC International Sdn Bhd, a company linked to 1MDB which is now under the Finance Ministry, into Najib’s three private accounts at AmPrivate Banking in Kuala Lumpur as recently as five months ago.

 'Money taken from SRC International is from KWAP'

“The money taken from SRC International is a particularly shocking revelation, because this was money lent by the public pension fund KWAP and never accounted for,” Sarawak Report said.


Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (KWAP), the country's second-biggest pension fund, is the retirement fund of mostly government civil servants.

It said on Feb 10, 2015, SRC International had transferred RM10 million into the account number of ‘Dato’Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak’ at AmPrivate Bank for a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme.

“Likewise, on December 26th 2014, two earlier transactions had seen the transfer of another RM27 million and RM5 million from SRC International Sdn Bhd into AmPrivate Banking account..., which also belongs to ‘Dato’Sri Mohd Najib Bin Hj Abd Razak’.”

WSJ also revealed that documents in the investigation show SRC International director Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, had power of attorney over Najib’s accounts. Nik Faisal declined to comment on the matter when approached by the journal.

However, a government spokesperson told WSJ that Prime Minister Najib had not used any funds for his personal use

“The prime minister has not taken any funds for personal use. The prime minister’s political opponents, unwilling to accept his record or the facts, continue to try to undermine him with baseless smears and rumours for pure political gain.” WSJ quoted an unnamed government spokesperson as saying.

The journal was also cautioned by a 1MDB spokesperson that doctored documents had been used to discredit the government, adding: “1MDB is not aware of any such transactions, nor has it seen any documents to this effect.”
- mk

Najib didn't take our money, insists 1MDB

 
Najib, answer WSJ’s shocking claims...
Prime Minister Najib Razak has been urged to answer to the latest allegations reported in the Wall Street Journal today that investigators have found links between the scandal ridden 1MDB and the PM’s bank accounts.

“The revelation by Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and Sarawak Report that implicates Najib Razak in the latest scandal involving 1MDB is nothing less than earth-shattering shocking.

“If the contents of these reports are true, then Najib could be the first prime minister in Malaysian history to be probed, charged and convicted of Criminal Breach of Trust (CBT) or offences under the Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission Act 2009.

“I think the prime minister owes Malaysians an explanation,” said PKR Bukit Batu assemblyperson Jimmy Puah in a statement today.

Pua, who is also PKR Johor deputy chairperson, was responding to the report WSJ claims is based on documents from a Malaysian government probe, which both the international financial newspaper and whistleblower website Sarawak Report claim they have obtained.

He said it was “disheartening to note” that the reports claim the relevant documents have allegedly been in the Malaysian law enforcement agencies’ possession.

“Perhaps this would be an appropriate time for the attorney-general (AG) to break his silence on this matter,” said Pua. - mk

Story kat SINI dan SINI 

(http://alditta.blogspot.com/2015/07/usd700-juta-dana-1mdb-masuk-akaun.html)
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