Justice for Malaysia

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US Department of Justice on 1MDB - "1MDB treated as their personal bank account... 40% of the company funds were siphoned..."


Saya pohon penangkapan PM Najib Razak untuk disoal siasat oleh United Nations berikutan RM2.6 billion yang "diderma" kepada akaun simpanan peribadinya.

Ini adalah dengan kuasa "Treaty" yang ditandatangani oleh Malaysia dengan United Nations yang dikenali sebagai "United Nations Convention against Corruption" (UNCAC) yang memberi United Nations hak penyiasatan dan kerja-sama antara badan-badan negara. Ini termasuk penghalangan perlaksanaan undang-undang UNCAC.

The indictment of PM Najib Razak of Malaysia for crimes of corruption and/or money laundering through corrupted activities done globally

Every minute of delay in the arrest of the head of a criminal syndicate provides the opportunity for their aids to destroy vital sources of evidence, materials and witnesses.

If the PM is truly innocent, he wouldn't mind being questioned professionally.

The PM has breached the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and committed treason against his country by creating the Nation's Investment Company called 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) that has defrauded its citizens on an 'enormous scale' by siphoning the nation's wealth and its taxpayers' money with no regard to his duty to the country or its citizens. With 1MDB's public accounts never published or completed even after going through three international auditing firms posing questions returned as National Secrets.

Wall Street Journal - Deloitte Resigns as 1MDB Auditor


Financial Times - Deloitte becomes third auditor in a row to quit scandal-hit 1MDB


The PM is not new to the face of scandals, most notoriously for having RM 2.6 billion (USD 681million) deposited into his personal bank account and calling it simply as donations. He has since denied any wrongdoings and has been declared free of crime by government officials. He has also allegedly returned the sum of money with USD 61million missing.

Justice for Najadi - Ambank



Anthony Kevin Morais 

Asia Sentinel - Slain Malaysian Prosecutor Tied to Najib Probe



Teoh Beng Hock - Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission

"After studying and scrutinising further the investigation paper and the special task force paper, the AG's Chambers found that no crime committed by any officer of Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)," 

“The death of Teoh Beng Hock was caused by multiple injuries from a fall from the 14th floor of Plaza Masalam as a result of, or which, was accelerated by an unlawful act or acts of persons unknown, inclusive of the MACC officers who were involved in the arrest and investigations of the deceased,” the court said. 



Altantuya Shaariibuu

News Limited - "Military-grade explosives were then strapped to her body and detonated, blowing the young student and interpreter into smithereens."


Sydney Morning Herald - "A case involving allegations of high-level bribery, blackmail, betrayal and the murder of a glamorous Mongolian socialite in Malaysia has resurfaced in France, only days after Malaysia's prime minister Najib Razak was cleared of corruption charges at home."


Straits Times - "French prosecutors have launched a formal investigation into whether Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was paid bribes over a long­contentious US$1.2 billion (S$1.69 billion) arms deal when he was defence minister."


Defense Industry Daily - Scorpene’s Sting: Malaysia’s Bribery & Murder Scandal



Asian Correspondent - US says $1bn siphoned from 1MDB fund to finance gambling debts, private jet 


Wall Street Journal - The secret money behind 'The Wolf of Wall Street'


Sydney Morning Herald - Bribery scandal linked to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak


The New York Times - Malaysia Closes Investigation Into Prime Minister Najib Razak’s Funds


Al Jazeera - Swiss say $4bn may be missing from Malaysia state fund


Sydney Morning Herald - $1.4 billion reportedly deposited in Malaysia PM Najib Razak's account


The Guardian - More than $1bn deposited in Malaysian prime minister's account 


The Guardian - "Human Rights Watch summed up Malaysia’s crisis of governance in its 2016 World Report and country-file: “The ruling Umno-led coalition has remained in power since 1957 through electoral manipulation, censorship, intimidation and use of criminal statutes to punish political opponents."


Wall Street Journal - "A Malaysian government investment fund is embroiled in a corruption scandal that is roiling an important U.S. ally. Government investigators say nearly $700 million was deposited into Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s bank account. More money is believed missing. The fund, 1Malaysia Development Bhd., is under investigation in at least five countries. Mr. Najib and 1MDB have denied wrongdoing and say they are cooperating with investigators."


The Malaysian Government under the administration of PM Najib Razak is also a financier of militants, militants that they have been systematically paying for decades. A clear act of terror as now those militants are well beyond equipped indicating co-operation, bribery and/or extortion in their lengthy relationship.

Malaymail Online - "Regular abductions by Filipino gunmen here despite the formation of the Sabah Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) to specifically deter cross border crimes is raising fresh questions about the agency’s function."


Asian Correspondent - Abu Sayyaf got only two-thirds of $3 mil ransom to release Malaysian sailors 


Malaymail Online - No need for probe on RM12m ransom money, IGP says


Criminalization under the UNCAC not only covers corruption such as bribery and the embezzlement of public funds, but also trading in influence and the concealment and laundering of the proceeds of corruption. Offences committed in support of corruption, including money-laundering and obstructing justice. Convention offences also deal with the problematic areas of private-sector corruption.

Countries are bound by the Convention to render specific forms of mutual legal assistance in gathering and transferring evidence for use in court, to extradite offenders. Countries are also required to undertake measures which will support the tracing, freezing, seizure and confiscation of the proceeds of corruption.


United Nations Convention against Corruption Signature and Ratification Status as of 1st December 2015 - Malaysia


The law is swift and certain

Every minute in the delay to act rightfully, reaffirms, permits and/or allows the wrongdoers of their position and the will to do any criminal acts contributing further to the black market against the interest of all population placing the onus and duty on us to deny, reject and/or to halt immediately those existing crimes in knowledge as their crimes increases in numbers and complexities with the infamous Election Committee missing their ballot boxes, blackouts, phantom voters by planes, and gerrymandering, we have no choice but to organise our voices now.

Your support against global corruption and money laundering as a collective country and/or internationally as individuals is rightfully accepted with welcome, gratitude and thanks, towards a progressive Malaysia.

What is corruption?

Corruption occurs when a high value gift or monetary reward is given to entice the return of an act, favour or omission for which it is contrary to do so against common practice, general knowledge or fiduciary position.

What is money laundering?

Money laundering is the money transfer of proceeds from corrupted or illegal acts that a wrongdoer has unlawfully obtained against common duty or practice in which it cannot be rightfully deposited into any account and is usually distributed exclusively amongst the wrongdoers or money 'laundered' into the common market through circulation. 

The author of this petition is a qualified barrister from Lincoln's Inn, United Kingdom. All statements made in this petition were verified to the truth of its contents according to credible sources and to the best of my belief.

The fact that the Malaysian Government have not taken any steps against these publications to pursue to mitigate or to rebut these allegations places a certain truth to these allegations and a truth that I cannot deny or to be an ancillary for silence or cover-up.    

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