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Samada Tony Phua faham atau tidak apa 'event' yang berlaku semalam di negara Uncle Sam tidak dapat dipastikan. Namun bila dilihat kesamaan strategi baling batu sembunyi tangan seperti yang sebelum ini, Tony Phua sememangnya celaka.

Bayangkan kenyataan media pelbagai dari pelbagai jabatan ditafsirkan oleh wakil rakyat celaka ini kononnya sebagai pengumuman kesalahan jenayah. Itu saja tahap pemahaman dan pemikiran pemimpin pembangkang celaka ini.

Nama PM Najib terang-terang tidak dinamakan atau disebut semasa sidang akhbar antara agensi yang terlibat termasuk dari Jabatan Kehakiman Amerika. Malah hanya nama 'pegawai kanan sahaja' yang disebut bakal disiasat.

Paling gila, 1MDB di dalam kenyataan balas yang agak lucunya adalah 1MDB tiada sebarang aset di Amerika dan tiada kaitan serta keterbukaan sekiranya jabatan kehakiman US hendak menyiasat mereka.



Media statement by 1Malaysia Development Berhad


Issued on 21 July 2016


For immediate publication

US Attorney General Press Conference


1MDB notes a press conference led by the US Attorney General today relating to a civil court action filed by the government of the United States of America.


1MDB highlights that it is not a party to the civil suit, does not have any assets in the United States of America, nor has it benefited from the various transactions described in the civil suit.
Furthermore, 1MDB has not been contacted by the US Department of Justice or any other foreign agency in relation to their investigations.


As previously stated, 1MDB will fully cooperate with any foreign lawful authority, subject to international protocols governing such matters and the advice of the relevant domestic lawful authorities.

Terlalu berat tuduhan Tony Phua, baca apa yang diumumkan dan ianya bukanlah pengumuman hukuman tetapi pengumuman bahawa mereka menerima aduan dan akan siasat. Baca di SINI, adakah nama PM Najib disiasat?

Pihak berkuasa diharap tangkap dan dakwa Tony Phua dengan segera. Ini bukan pertama kali beliau membuat tuduhan terbuka dan alasan "ini bukan saya" bukan lagi satu alasan untuk lepaskan diri apabila terbukti kebodohannya sendiri.

Adakah Amerika atau orang tertentu di jabatan Uncle Sam sudah diberi dedak yang berguni semata-mata untuk takutkan Malaysia dengan menggunakan kononnya 'legal system'.


ANALYSIS OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CIVIL LAWSUITS

1. The US is a strong and powerful country, but this does not make them automatically right, or clever. The US Government has the largest military, diplomatic, intelligence and analytic resources that any government has ever had, and they still took a war and thousands of their sons’ lives into Iraq to destroy weapons of mass destruction that did not exist, and had never existed. They can be misled and they can be unintentionally misleading.

2. The actions of the US Attorney General this week are far less risky. There is no criminal indictment of anyone. The Attorney General spent much of her presentation making it clear that the intention of this action is to send a message to the world, that improper use of its banking system would not be tolerated. Unlike most Governments, the US Department of Justice can apply to a court to seize assets for which THEY DON’T NEED TO PROVE ANY WRONGDOING. Crazy, but true.

3. Under US law, the Government have the right to seize assets, and challenge the owners to respond. Those owners will not be tried for any crime, but would have to persuade a court to recover the assets, against the might of the US Department of Justice… which in this case is channelling a tidal wave of political disinformation about Malaysia, originating in part from Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s Anti Najib Coalition.

4. The US Government has said that the assets they want to seize belonged to 1MDB. Well, not according to the accountants and auditors and bankers. Whatever criticisms of the way 1MDB management conducted itself, whatever the weaknesses in its processes and business operations, these authorities do not report a loss that in any way matches what the US Department of Justice thinks that it has found. Admittedly, not for the first time the US Government is being outstripped by Tun Mahathir who claims to have found a 42 billion hole in 1MDB accounts. They cannot both be right. They are both wrong.

5. The reason for this is very simple. These huge sums and movements refer to operations in the Middle East outside 1MDB that have never been under the control of 1MDB or Malaysia. Where 1MDB has refused to repay a debt to a UAE company, it has not been because it couldn’t, but in order to bring to court disputes all of which arise from confusing and reportedly improper dealings in the UAE, not Malaysia.

6. When money has been lent to Malaysia, or borrowed from Malaysia, it has been paid back. In 2009, 1MDB invested with PetroSaudi International in foreign oil assets. The asset contributed by the Saudi partner failed, but they paid back the Malaysian contribution, with interest. They borrowed further from Malaysia, in an Islamic financial bond, and discharged the debt in full.

7. It is easy to confuse the investment relationship with PetroSaudi, then part-owned by a Saudi prince, with the extraordinary close relationship of the Prime Minister with the late King Abdullah. Both involved major flows of finance through complex banking arrangements organised by the Saudi counterparts. Those wishing to destabilise Malaysia have deliberately combined the two and this has given rise to gross misrepresentation. But these were separate issues, and accounted separately to Bank Negara.

8. As to the disputed funds originating from UAE, which the US wishes to seize: It is clear that the disputed funds relate to money flows OUTSIDE Malaysia, and OUTSIDE 1MDB’s businesses. The US Government should remember that individuals and companies are innocent unless proven guilty.

9. The Malaysian situation is clear. The two priorities of this Government must be to ensure that Malaysia’s wealth is safe, and economy growing; and to ensure that all live in harmony and security. Malaysian foreign policy is driven by strong leadership, and by close relationships with countries that understand the extraordinary job that this Government has done for so long in managing racial and social cohesion and the economy.

10. The US Attorney General’s speech echoed all the familiar attacks on Malaysia by our critics. When the US Government gains access to the information that the Saudi and Malaysian authorities have had for some time, maybe they will realise the disinformation they’ve been fed by Tun Mahathir’s ANC members in Malaysia.‎

Kenyataan rasmi:

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CIVIL LAWSUITS:
PRIME MINISTER’S PRESS SECRETARY STATEMENT

21 July 2016‎

Malaysian authorities have led the way in investigations into 1MDB. The company has been the subject of multiple investigations within Malaysia, including by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, Auditor General and bi-partisan Public Accounts Committee. After comprehensive review, the Attorney General found that that no crime was committed. 1MDB is still the subject of an investigation by the Royal Malaysia Police.

We note the United States Department of Justice’s civil lawsuits brought against various assets. As previously stated, the Malaysian Government will fully cooperate with any lawful investigation of Malaysian companies or citizens in accordance with international protocols.

As the Prime Minister has always maintained, if any wrongdoing is proven, the law will be enforced without exception.

DATUK SERI TENGKU SARIFFUDDIN
PRESS SECRETARY TO THE PRIME MINISTER

United States Department of Justice Civil Complaints:
Statement by Minister of Communications and Multimedia


Kenyataan rasmi: 

21 July 2016

1MDB has been the subject of unprecedented politically-motivated attack, the objective of which was to unseat a democratically-elected head of government.

So many of the allegations, like Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s lie that 42 billion had gone missing, were later proved false – in this case by the bi-partisan Public Accounts Committee.

This means that any claims relating to 1MDB must be treated with caution, follow due legal process and adhere to the principle of innocent until proved guilty. No one should rush to judgment before allegations are proved in court.

The donation to the Prime Minister is a separate matter. After comprehensive investigations by many authorities, it has been confirmed that the funds were a donation from the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia – as stated by the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia on 14th April.

Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Salleh Said Keruak
Minister of Communications and Multimedia
Malaysia‎

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