Note: Can’t help feeling that all this Allah madness has got more to do with covering up of bigger issues involving 1Malaysia and his mistress. Don’t let the fires douse your interest in other issues affecting this nation. Issues like corruption, of missing jet engines, of our drowning economy, of deaths of a witness and those in police custody, of increasing crime rates and ineffective police force.
SHAH ALAM: The Embassy of France in Malaysia is declining to comment on any possible investigations into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak over the purchase of two Scorpene submarines when he was Defence Minister.
“The embassy has no comments on the matter,” its press attache Remi Yahyu-Ishmael stated in a e-mail reply to FMT regarding a report that the French police might soon be investigating alleged corruption in the submarine deal.
Parti Keadilan Rakyat weekly newspaper Suara Keadilan reported that two French lawyers were in Kuala Lumpur recently to gather information regarding the submarine deal and a purported RM540million paid to a company as commission.
According to the report, the lawyers also gathered documents related to the murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu who was the lover of Najib’s aide Razak Baginda who was linked to a company paid commission for the submarine deal.
Altantuya who was blown to death in 2006 purportedly came to Kuala Lumpur seeking part of her commission of US$500,000 in the submarine deal.
The report said the French lawyers were gathering relevant documents related to the submarine deal to a lodge a police report in Paris.
In an e-mail reply
Quoting a recent report by Suara Keadilan, it is reported that sources confirms that a police report will be made in Paris soon to investigate allegations of a payment RM540 million was paid to a Malaysian company, alleged to be crony company of the PM by a French company for the purchase of two Scorpene submarine.
The report further mentions that all documents and reports regarding the death of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu and claims of corruption on the purchase of the two submarines by the Malaysian government has been handed to two French lawyers.
The news report claims that the two lawyers was in Malaysia approximately three weeks ago to discuss the matter of lodging a police report in Paris.