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Alfrescian (InfP)
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KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Several police officers entered the home of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak late on Wednesday, shortly after he returned home from prayers at a mosque, a Reuters witness said.

A police spokeswoman could not be contacted for comment.

Najib’s coalition was dealt a stunning defeat in a general election last week and he was blocked from leaving the country at the weekend.

Dozens of reporters gathered outside the house after police vehicles arrived, and local media began streaming the scene live on Facebook. About 6,000 viewers were watching, the page showed.



Five locations searched for evidence relating to 1MDB affair, which saw $3.2bn in funds go missing

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Kuala Lumpur

Wed 16 May 2018 14.46 EDT

Police have raided the home of former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak, reportedly in order to search for documents connected to the $3.2bn 1MDB scandal. More than a dozen police cars turned up at Najib’s Kuala Lumpur residence late on Wednesday, shortly after he had returned from evening prayers a local mosque.

Four other locations were raided, including other condominiums in his name, and his prime ministerial office. Commercial crime director Amar Singh Ishar Singh told local media that police were searching for evidence in an ongoing probe.

1MDB: The inside story of the world’s biggest financial scandal | Randeep Ramesh

Najib has been virtually under house arrest since he lost the election last week; police have cordoned off access to his road, and the former prime minister and his wife, Rosmah Mansor, have been placed on an immigration blacklist to prevent them from fleeing the country.

The raid indicates that Najib’s role in the 1MDB scandal is a key focus of the reopened investigation into the billions of embezzled funds.

Mahathir Mohamad, the newly elected 92-year-old prime minister, has pledged that all those who are found to have committed any wrongdoing as part of 1MDB will be brought to justice.

Najib started the government fund in 2009, but in 2015 it was hit by scandal when it was revealed that over $4bn had gone missing and been spent lavishly across the world. The sum of $681m was allegedly transferred into Najib’s own bank account.

While still in power, Najib was cleared by an investigation which was widely seen as a cover-up. The suspicions were backed up by a complaint recently filed by an anti-corruption chief who worked under Najib.

Former Malaysian PM accused of blocking 1MDB investigation

Najib made no arrests in his 1MDB investigation, and blocked both the US and Switzerland from carrying out their own enquiries. On Wednesday, Mahathir said he would be working with both countries to return the embezzled money to Malaysia.


Alfrescian (Inf)
Was rosmah waiting for them in VS lingeries?
That will the best defence, the police cars will turn back & won't dare approach...it is shocking to the senses. Dr.M, is looking after Najib lah!...now his UMNO kaki's want to humtum him, BN too, Fernandez, the CJ, the AG the...so many want to humtum him!... ha ha ha ha


Nonsense lah. Such investigations would take 52 man years, how can lepek Malaysians so fast finish in a few days? Obviously a purge of his political rivals. :mad:

syed putra

1mdb laundering happened years ago. In 2010. And continued accumulating debts till 2015. Enough time for jibby to hide certain details, but not enough to stop him from bring jailed as money trail did lead to his account.