Why did IGP go out of a limb to make the ridiculous statement that there is “nothing to link Jho Low with 1MDB”?

For the past three days, informed and concerned Malaysians must have felt very uneasy and uncomfortable, as if a bone is stuck in the throat, asking why the Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun, had gone out of a limb to make the ridiculous statement that there is “nothing to link Jho Low with 1MDB”?

The whole world knows that if there is no Jho Low, there is no 1MDB.

How had the Malaysian Police, which had quite an international reputation for its professionalism, sunk so low as to come to such a conclusion which has made the Malaysian police the laughing stock of its police peers in the world and the butt of jokes of the international community?

All Fuzi needs to do to disabuse himself of such a ridiculous notion is to meet and ask the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak whether there is any link between Jho Low and 1MDB.

Did Fuzi meet the Prime Minister or is this a question which is a “no, no” for an IGP to ask the Prime Minister?

Would Najib voluntarily inform the IGP that he was wrong and ill-advised to come to such a conclusion?

Would Najib dare to declare, as Fuji has stated, that there is “nothing to link Jho Low with 1MDB”?

If Fuzi does not want to confront Najib himself on the links of Jho Loh with 1MDB, all he needs to do is to refer to the United States Department of Justice’s (DoJ) largest kleptocratic litigation against 1MDB.

Has Fuzi read the US DoJ’s kleptocratic litigation proceedings?

Does he need to be pointed out the relevant parts of the 251-page 958-paragraph US DoJ kleptocratic litigation proceedings where Jho Low was specifically mentioned as the mastermind in the international conspiracy in the five years from 2009 to 2014 where billions of US dollars were fraudulently diverted from 1MDB through various means, including by defrauding foreign banks and by money-laundering the proceeds of the criminal conduct including “in and through US financial institutions”?

I am prepared to meet and do Fuzi this free service, if he is obstinate in his view that there is “nothing to link Jho Low with 1MDB”.

Just name the day and time, and I will appear at Bukit Aman to do Fuzi this free service.

Is Fuzi unaware that two Wall Street Journal journalists will release their book on Jho Low and 1MDB in September with the title “Billion Dollar Whale: The Man Who Fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the World”?

Surely Fuzi is aware of the book
publisher’s note on Amazon.com, promising that the book will be an “epic true-tale of hubris and
greed”, revealing “how a young
social climber pulled off one of the biggest financial heists in history –
right under the nose of the global financial industry – exposing the shocking secret nexus of elite wealth, banking, Hollywood, and politics”?

Does Fuzi want the book to be updated to include Jho Low’s exploits in the 1MDB scandal in putting the Malaysian police force to shame?

Or has the denial complex, that there is nothing to link Jho Low with the 1MDB scandal, become a required position for all the top holders of public office in Malaysia whether the Police, the Attorney-General’s Chambers, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, Bank Negara, the Judiciary and even for the Parliament Speaker?

(Media Statement in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, 10th March 2018)

  1. #1 by good coolie on Sunday, 11 March 2018 - 12:40 am

    You know, lah!

  2. #2 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 11 March 2018 - 6:27 am

    Pakatan still need something more. It’s time to take off all gloves. Najib is with cheating and refusal to register Bersatu and Pakatan. Najib is Anakku Sazali of Malaysia and it’s time the people teach a lesson.

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