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Post-Msia GE14: Najib jiaklat: Singh is King, not Cash is King! (Thread shutting dow)
Najib still at home as police presence builds

KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has not left his home in Taman Duta here that was raided earlier by a special police team investigating the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal.

Najib returned home after performing terawih prayers at the Kg Baru Mosque at 9.50pm, just before the police team arrived, and has not been spotted leaving.

It is unclear if his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, is also at home and she was not seen either entering or leaving the property.

The team arrived earlier in more than 10 police vehicles, while others conducted simultaneous raids elsewhere, including two units at the exclusive Pavilion Tower condominium linked to Najib’s family.

Police also deployed more manpower to the scene as a crowd of over 60 people including media personnel began gathering near a makeshift police post by the intersection leading into Najib’s residence at Jalan Langgak Duta.
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Police enter Najib's apartment in Pavilion KL, increase presence at Tmn Duta home


KUALA LUMPUR: An increased police presence in front of former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's house has caused a media frenzy.

Dozens of media practitioners have arrived here after police cars and a Black Maria arrived at his Jalan Duta residence at around 10.15pm. The police arrived after he returned from prayers at the Kampung Baru mosque.

Deputy OCPD Supt Mohamed Rafiq Mohamed Mustafa, when leaving the premises only told the media to "wait and see."

The build-up of media personnel and members of the public has led to traffic slowing to a crawl in the area.

The police have laid out the yellow police tape to prevent the crowd from going over their perimeter.

Tens of police personnel - including senior Bukit Aman officers - were seen at Najib's condominium at the Pavilion Residence Apartment KL on Wednesday night, according to Bernama.

Police have also been seen at Prime Minister's Office and Sri Perdana.
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Police enter home of ousted Malaysian PM Najib

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - At least a dozen police officers entered the family home of ousted Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak late on Wednesday, after he had returned home from prayers at a mosque, a Reuters witness said.

State news agency Bernama said that dozens of police officers were also seen at a luxury condominium in another district of the Malaysian capital where Najib has an apartment.

More than 100 people, including journalists and members of the public, gathered outside his family home after police vehicles arrived. Thousands of people watched as local media streamed the scene live on the Internet.
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Police confirms Najib's home was searched

KUALA LUMPUR: As the news spread that police have entered former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's residence, more than 40 media personnel began to converge at Jalan Langgak Duta, Taman Duta last night. More than 15 police cars and a police truck were seen entering the compound of Najib's home but the reason of their presence remains unknown.

A police truck seen parked outside Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s residence in Jalan Langgak Duta. Bernama pic

Astro Awani reported that Bukit Aman's Commercial Crime Department director Datuk Seri Amar Singh Ishar Singh has confirmed that police were at the former premier's residence to "search" for items but did not elaborate. "I can confirm police were at the former prime minister's residence to conduct a search," he was quoted as saying.
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Police raid Najib Razak's house after PM Mahathir hinted that arrests will be made soon

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysian police visited former Prime Minister Najib Razak's house late Wednesday, reportedly searching for documents as part of a renewed probe into a massive corruption scandal involving a state investment fund that is being investigated abroad.

More than a dozen police vehicles arrived at Najib's house shortly after he returned home from prayers at a nearby mosque, fueling speculation that he may be arrested after new Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad warned that he could be charged soon over the 1MDB fund fiasco.

The national Bernama news agency cited sources as saying that the police were searching for documents related to 1MDB, and that several boxes were loaded into a police truck. Bernama said simultaneous raids were carried out at several places including the prime minister's office and a condominium in the city belonging to Najib.

Mahathir reopened a probe into the 1MDB scandal after his alliance won a stunning election victory last week, ousting Najib and ending the National Front's 60-year grip on power. Najib started the fund in 2009 and U.S. investigators say at least $4.5 billion was stolen and laundered by Najib's associates, some of which landed in his bank account.

Earlier Wednesday, Mahathir said the government will make arrests as soon as there is clear evidence and reiterated that there will be "no deal" for Najib in the scandal.

Mahathir, 92, said an initial investigation showed the scale of wrongdoing by Najib's administration was more serious than expected.

Mahathir said he has met with ousted Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail, who said he had been preparing to file criminal charges against Najib when he was abruptly removed in 2015. Gani led an investigation by multiple agencies into the scandal at the time, which was later closed after Najib was cleared of wrongdoing.
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Poor guy.. no time and place to sleep now..Is Mahathir doing too much?

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Reminds me of some of the scenes I saw on Chinese dramas where high officials kenna framed or exposed for corruption or treason kenna "mun men chow chan" (whole family executed). Same thing - soldiers surrounded the residence, then searched and piled up evidence like many chest of gold and jewellery in the compound, then gathered everyone including maids and servants in the compound then slaughtered the whole lot.
Dunno the keling will do this or not..... Laughing

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17-5-2018 5:58 AM
Justice said:
Poor guy.. no time and place to sleep now..Is Mahathir doing too much?

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https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/425360

walaneh! Big Grin
Relax lah, bro! thumbs upWinking
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Police seize handbags, other personal items from ousted Malaysian PM Najib's home

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police seized handbags and few other personal items from the home of former prime minister Najib Razak in connection with a money-laundering probe, a lawyer of the ex-leader said on Thursday.

At least a dozen armed policemen entered Najib's home late on Wednesday after he returned from prayers at a mosque, Reuters witnesses said.

The search lasted for more than six hours during which officers were seen taking large bags into the house and later loading them into a truck.

"The search is supposed to be under money laundering act ... they found nothing incriminating,” Najib's lawyer Harpal Singh Grewal told reporters who were camped outside the house.
He said the police took some personal possessions including a couple of handbags.

He said the police took some personal possessions including a couple of handbags.

"Nothing serious. About two, three boxes" of them, Harpal said.
When asked whether Najib would be arrested, he said: "There is no indication that they (the police) will do it.”
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murder cases linked to Najib should be reopened.
I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I will do my utmost to keep them alive.
Against tyrants and adversity, I will strive.
Together, a better future, we will realise......
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