Two unidentified men shot and wounded the driver of former attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail at the victim’s house in Ampang Perdana this morning.
In the 8.30am incident, the men reportedly approached the victim on the pretext of asking for directions before shooting at him in the leg. According to China Press, police are investigating the motive and attempting to identify the assailants.

Gani was about to charge PM Najib with offences related to the 1MDB theft when he was sacked.This may well be a warning to him ,or an attempt on the driver’s life, given that driver’s are often well informed of what their bosses do.

The incident coincides with the FBI’s fears for witnesses to the 1MDB theft.
Sunday, August 13, 2017

FBI fears for the safety of witnesses, including law enforcement personnel involved in the 1MDB CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

by Ganesh Sahathevan

The following declaration sworn by FBI Special Agent Jill Enyart makes clear that the 1MDB theft is an ongoing criminal investigation.The FBI make clear that it  fears for the safety of witnesses, including law enforcement personnel involved in the  1MDB investigation.The declaration is attached to the recent DOJ stay application with regards its 1MDB theft related asset seizures.
 I, Jill Enyart, declare and state as follows:
1. I am a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”). I have read the foregoing Notice of Motion and Motion For Order Staying Civil Forfeiture Proceedings For All Purposes Except the Filing of Timely Claims and Answers, and know the contents thereof. The matters contained in the Motion are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
2. I am familiar with the allegations set out in the First Amended Complaint (“FAC”) in this action, and the scope and subject matter of the related, ongoing criminal investigation. The sources of my knowledge and information concerning the investigation are official files and records of the United States, publicly available files and historical information, information made known to me by other law enforcement officers, experts, and government lawyers, as well as my own personal involvement in the investigation, together with others, as a Special Agent of the FBI.
3. The government commenced a criminal investigation of the events described in the FAC prior to the commencement of this and the related actions. The criminal investigation remains ongoing.
4. The related criminal investigation is global in scope because the underlying crimes were committed over several years in numerous jurisdictions. Perpetrators, which includes both entities and individuals acting in individual and representative capacities, are believed to have committed violations of both U.S. and foreign laws. A significant amount of the evidence and Case 2:16-cv-05362-DSF-PLA Document 121 Filed 08/10/17 Page 21 of 23 Page ID #:1236 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 witnesses with knowledge of these violations are located in foreign jurisdictions, and will take time to pursue.
5. I believe that disclosure of any facts beyond those set forth in the FAC, whether in response to discovery requests or otherwise, will have an adverse effect on the government’s ability to conduct the ongoing criminal investigation. Such disclosures are likely to reveal potential targets and subjects of the investigation and the investigative techniques that have been and will be used in the investigation. Such disclosures could result in the destruction of evidence, flight of potential subjects and targets, or the identification and intimidation of potential witnesses. In fact, potential witnesses with knowledge of the criminal conduct and other facts set forth in the FAC may live in jurisdictions where their safety and security could be in jeopardy if their identities are disclosed through civil discovery in this and the other related cases.
6. In addition, proceeding with discovery in this and the related cases could lead to the disclosure of information relating to the sources of evidence from whom the government obtained evidence, including foreign jurisdictions. The disclosure of such information could prejudice those jurisdictions’ plans, jeopardize the safety of certain foreign law enforcement personnel and threaten their willingness or ability to cooperate with the government in its criminal investigation, thereby closing off sources of evidence of the criminal and other conduct set forth in the FAC. Case 2:16-cv-05362-DSF-PLA Document witnesses with knowledge of these violations are located in foreign jurisdictions, and will take time to pursue.

ARREST WARRANT FOR THE PRIME MINISTER! - The Real Reason The Attorney General Was Fired - EXCLUSIVE!

ARREST WARRANT FOR THE PRIME MINISTER! – The Real Reason The Attorney General Was Fired – EXCLUSIVE!

Dumped before he could make his move? Gani Patail

Dumped before he could make his move? Gani Patail
Sarawak Report has acquired documents, now verified, which explain exactly why Abdul Gani Patail was dramatically fired on Monday.
The Attorney General was on the brink of bringing charges for corruption against the Prime Minister of Malaysia.
We have acquired the secret draft charge sheet documents, which Gani Patail was in the process of drafting.
They include a charge sheet for corrupt practices under Section 17 (a) of the MACC Act, allowing for punishment of a sentence of up to 20 years in prison under Section 24 of the Act.
In an unprecedented situation the person being charged was none other than the Prime Minister “Dato’ Seri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak” along with a company director, Dato’ Shamus Anuar Bin Sulaiman.
The explosive information hits Malaysia in the middle of a highly controversial visit by the  British Prime Minister, who had been widely warned against making such a visit in the midst of Malaysia’ biggest political scandal in decades.
The documents, which were being worked in their final draft stages by the Attorney General, were sent to Sarawak Report following the sacking of Gani Patail and have now been verified by other senior parties.

Arrest Warrant for a Prime Minister!

Arrest Warrant for a Prime Minister!
In English the first of two draft warrants spell out the charges being brought by Malaysia’s most senior law officer (who was unconstitutionally dismissed by the Prime Minister the day after these drafts were printed).
The warrant cites that the Prime Minister and Shamsul Anuar and “another person still at large Nik Ariff Bin Faisla Kamil” on 26th of December 2014 at the AmIslamic Bank, Bangunan Ambank Group in Kuala Lumpur, as an agent of the Malaysian Government, namely the Prime Minister of Malaysia and special advisor of SRC International, did secretly obtain a sum of money amounting to RM27 million that was paid through the company Gandingan Mentari and Ihsan Perdana to “your account at AmPrivate Banking -1MY no 211201101880″ with the principal aim of obtaining a loan from Kumpulan Wang Persaraan pension fund.
“As such you have committed an offence under Section 17(1) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act of 2009, under which you can be punished according to Section 24 of the Act, to be read with Section 34″.
The punishment cited at the base of the document is imprisonment of not more than 20 years and a fine not less than five times of the value of the bribe taken or RM10,000, whichever is higher.

Raiding Malaysia’s public pension fund KWAP!

The crime referred to has already been widely reported following exposes by Sarawak Report and the Wall Street Journal at the start of this month.
We produced documents from the task force investigation into 1MDB, which showed that its former subsidiary SRC International (whose CEO is Nik Kamil) had made a number of payments into the Prime Minister’s personal accounts totalling millions of ringgit over a period from last December to this February.
The payments went through the companies Gandingan Menteri Sdn Bhd, of whom the Director was Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil (also wanted for questioning) and Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd, whose Director Shamus Anuar is also cited in the warrant.

The route of the money referred to in the charges

The route of the money referred to in the charges

Criminal Breach of Trust

A second, alternative draft charge was being worked on by the Attorney General, which Sarawak Report has also obtained.

Criminal breech of trust - does not even need a warrant for arrest say experts

Criminal breach of trust – does not even need a warrant for arrest say experts
The second charge relates to the same act on the same day, but refers more specifically to the Prime Minister’s position of trust with regard to the company SRC.  In English it reads:
In the Matter of Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court (Criminal Division)
Arrest Case No…………………………………………………
Draft First Charge
That you together with a person still at large, one Nik Faisal bin Kamil, on the 26.12.2014 at the AmIslamic Bank Bhd, Bangunan Anbank Group, No. 55 Jalan Raja Chulan, in the Federal Teritory of Kuala Lumpur, as agent(s) of the Government of Malaysia to wit the Prime Minister of Malaysia holding the post of Finance Minister as Special Advisor (Ameritus Advisor) to SRC International Sdn Bhd with common intention did corruptly receive a bribe in the sum of RM27 million from SRC International Sdn Bhd which was paid through Gandungan Mentari Sdn Bhd and Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd to your account with AmPrivate Banking – 1MY account No. 2112022011880 as an inducement to do an act or deed connected with the affairs of your principal to wit assisting in obtaining a loan of funds from Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (Incorporated) (KWAP) to SRC International Sdn Bhd. Therefore you have committed an offence under section 17(a) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 punishable under section 24 of the said Act read together with section 34 of the Penal Code.
A conviction under section 24 would result in imprisonment up to 20 years and to a fine not less than 5 times the value of the bribe or RM10,000.00 whichever is the greater.
Police HQ Report No: IPJ/Rpt No: 252/2015


A close insider has now confirmed to Sarawak Report that Patail had arrived at his office on Monday morning expecting to finalise the extremely sensitive charges he was preparing against the Prime Minister, resulting from the investigations of the multi-agency task force into 1MDB.
“He was finalising it.  He went to his office and found he could not go in. Ali Bin Hamsa, the Chief Secretary to the Government, was waiting and he told him [the Attorney General, Abdul Gani Patail] that he was dismissed.  He could not even get his papers.”
Within hours of this secret drama at the heart of government, as all Malaysia knows, the Prime Minister had moved to effect what has been described as an attempted coup d’etat.

Fire on the 10th floor of Bukit Aman last night - it is where all the documents on white collar crime are kept.... a coincidence people are asking?

Fire on the 10th floor of Bukit Aman last night – it is where all the documents on white collar crime are kept…. a coincidence people are asking?
The head of Special Branch was removed, the Deputy Prime Minister was dumped and four members of the investigating Parliamentary Accounts Committee were elevated without choice to positions in Cabinet and its work was declared suspended.
Other known cabinet critics of the the 1MDB scandal have also been unceremoniously dismissed by the Prime Minister.
It has been also been announced that tomorrow’s meeting of the UMNO Supreme Council, representing the key leadership of the ruling party, has also been cancelled by the Prime Minister.
Now all Malaysia knows why the Prime Minister has moved to sack the countries top legal officers and top politicians.
In an irony of perfect timing the Prime Minister is now seeking to use the visit of Britain’s David Cameron as an endorsement of his unconstitutional move to hijack the State of Malaysia.

Endorsement by the UK of Malaysia's 'coup d'etat'?

Endorsement by the UK of Malaysia’s ‘coup d’etat’?

Will he get away with it, everyone is asking?