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Thursday, 9 July 2015

NAJIB FALLS FROM MONEY TO MURDER TRAIL: 'Najib & Co' pinpointed by son of slain AmBank founder

NAJIB FALLS FROM MONEY TO MURDER TRAIL: 'Najib & Co' pinpointed by son of slain AmBank founder

Written by Malaysia Chronicle
NAJIB FALLS FROM MONEY TO MURDER TRAIL: 'Najib & Co' pinpointed by son of slain AmBank founder
UPDATED KUALA LUMPUR - From financial embezzlement to dirty murder, scandal-tainted Prime Minister Najib Razak's woes appear endless.
Pascal Najadi, the son of slain AmBank founder Hussain Najadi, has stopped beating around the bush, unleashing an accusation that stops just short of blaming the Malaysian leader and associates for his father's death.
In a Facebook posting, responding to the Malaysian Inspector General of Police's rebuff of talk that Hussain was killed because he was about to blow the whistle on Najib's 1MDB-linked accounts at AmBank, this is what Pascal wrote:
To ALL Malaysians: Malaysian IGP draws now even more attention to him and Najib & Co.
Dear esteemed Malaysian Citizens, dear Observers from all over the world, dear Friends,
By simply denying that there is any link to 1MDB and the assassination of my father Hussain Najadi, the IGP draws even more attention from us the family and the general public. How come he can say this as there has been no investigation?
More, this is not his field of competence, it is the duty of the GA to pursue this case as it is a criminal offence that was committed in Malaysia and the mastermind killer is known to the Malaysians and to the world through Interpol under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
In the public interest of this criminal justice matter of Malaysia, or better failure, please repost and tweet.
Time for all to rise to the noble occasion.
Thank you all.
Sincerely,
Pascal Najadi
(https://www.facebook.com/pnajadi?fref=nf&pnref=story)


Hussain was shot in broad daylight in 2013 by a hired assassin who has since been caught and sentenced to death.
The sheer drama of his killing had shocked the entire banking fraternity in Malaysia, prompting 'wild talk' that it was an assassination aimed not only to silence Hussain but to serve as a warning to others who might be thinking of whistle-blowing on the extremely powerful political elite in the country.
Fast forward to 2015, the name of Prime Minister Najib Razak has emerged as the holder of two private banking accounts in AmBank, where some RM2.6 billion of funds were purportedly funneled into for illicit purposes.
The day after the shock expose' by the Wall Street Journal, Pascal wrote an open letter published in several news portals, where he spoke of karma, the illicit money, his father's death and relationship with Najib's father, who was Malaysia's second prime minister. (Click to read Son of slain AmBank founder talks of 'KARMA' & Najib's RM2.6 bil 'private Ambank account')
Now the gloves are off. Pascal appears ready to divulge more.
Face of the 'real' murderer clearer this time
How far the overseas-based Pascal will go to claim justice for his father remains to be seen. But rumors about Hussain's death have been reignited and flying all over Malaysia again.
This time though, the face of the alleged 'real' murdered is clearer.
Dr Mahathir has publicly called for Najib's resignation, saying he was too 'weak' and not fit to hold office

The 60-year-old Najib is no stranger when it comes to murder accusations.
The gruesome murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu still haunts him and wife Rosmah Mansor, despite their repeated denials.
Their close associate Razak Baginda was named as a suspect in the murder but won a controversial acquittal.
Their former bodyguards Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azhar were sentenced to hang for her murder. Azilah, a former chief inspector, is waiting on death row but Sirul has absconded to Australia where he has said he was 'only doing his job' - a comment that further incriminates Najib.
Coincidence or slander, former mentor and ex-prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has seen fit to weigh in on the Altantuya case, demanding that Najib re-opens investigations and the police directed to find out who the mastermind was who had ordered the murder.
Pandora's Box of murder & financial embezzlement
Is Hussain's murder, the motive for which is almost as vague as that for Altantuya, another time-bomb for the embattled Najib as he struggles to cling on to his PM's chair?

For sure, a Pandora's box has been opened and until an independent investigation is carried out on Najib's accounts at AmBank and what went on behind the scenes during that time, the shadow of Hussain's murder will fall on 'Najib & Co'.
Sad to say, independent investigations are hard to come by in Malaysia - unless the circumstances and outcomes suit the powers that be.
Like Altantuya, Hussain's death may never be solved.
And just like Altantuya's father Setev, Pascal - despite his superior resources - may find himself fighting an impossible battle for justice in Malaysia


Full article: http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=549311%3Anajib-co-pinpointed-in-murder-of-ambank-founder-by-son-pascal-najadi&Itemid=2#ixzz3fPL8M0FK
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