Hornbill Unleashed

December 13, 2012

‘HK lawmaker says possibility to charge Musa is high’

Mkini 

The possibility is high that Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman could be charged with money laundering by Hong Kong authorities, according to PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli who quoted the territory’s legislative council member.

Yesterday Rafizi (left) along with four other PKR leaders flew to Hong Kong to submit ‘new evidence’ related to Musa’s alleged logging commission to Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). (more…)

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December 11, 2012

PKR team to expose Musa-Chia paper trail to HK’s ICAC tomorrow

Clara Chooi

Rafizi (left) said the evidence had come from a number of Chia’s partners in Hong Kong. – File pic

A second PKR delegation led by Rafizi Ramli will meet again with Hong Kong’s graftbusters tomorrow to surrender documented proof revealing the trail of allegedly corrupt money transfers linking several timber concessionaires, businessman Michael Chia and Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman.

According to Rafizi, the evidence – a full set of transactional documents showing funds transfers between 2005 and 2008 from the logging firms to offshore accounts linked to Chia – had come from a number of Chia’s partners in Hong Kong. (more…)

December 8, 2012

Rafizi off to HK on Tuesday with Musa ‘evidence’

Susan Loone

The PKR delegation to expose dealings of alleged dirty money from the awarding of logging concessions by Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman will fly to Hong Kong on Tuesday with more ‘revelations”.

This time the delegation, led by PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli, will be armed with further documentary proof of the dealings to hand over to Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), hoping for resumption of the probe into the case. (more…)

November 23, 2012

‘HK chief prosecutor’s statement damning’

Teoh El Sen

Kevin Zervos has indicated that there was a conspiracy to cover up the RM40 million “political donations” case by Malaysian authorities, says PKR’s strategic director.

The statement yesterday by Hong Kong’s chief public prosecutor points to a conspiracy by Malaysian authorities to cover up and halt investigations against Sabah chief minister Musa Aman and timber tycoon Michael Chia over the RM40 million “political donations” case, claimed PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli today.

Rafizi said it also gives an impression that the Malaysian authorities – either the Attorney-General’s chambers, the MACC or both – had supplied inaccurate information to Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), and in turn had tarnished the investigations. (more…)

PKR hands new leads to ICAC over RM40mil probe

Mkini

PKR has provided Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) several fresh leads for its investigation into a businessman who in 2008 was accused of smuggling money to Kuala Lumpur.

The details were provided to the ICAC this morning following Hong Kong chief prosecutor Kevin Paul Zervos’ promise to reopen the investigation should new evidence emerge.

The party delegation, led by PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli (second from right in photo), submitted a report with supporting documents with details on: (more…)

October 27, 2012

Million Dollar Bribes Disguised As ‘Donations’ – UMNO’s Ever Changing Stories!

Sarawak Report

Where was Michael Chia on 14th August 2008 ?

Thanks for the RM40 million my lad. Of course, nothing compared to the huge timber concessions and barging monopolies which I have offered your family. I hope you are still making regular payments to my sons and keeping up the rental on that house in Perth that I asked you to organise? Remember these are all perfectly proper political donations and I am no longer denying we do business!

UMNO have created so many contradictions with their various excuses that they must now produce some evidence. (more…)

September 20, 2012

Singapore’s success a REAL WARNING to Malaysians, especially Sabahans & Sarawakians!

Daniel John JambunSpore’s success a REAL WARNING to M'sians, especially Sabahans & S'wakians!

The latest report which says that Singapore is the wealthiest nation in the world by GDP per capita, beating out Norway, the U.S., Hong Kong and Switzerland, has further embarrassed our own country, Malaysia, which is Singapore’s closest neighbour and economic rival.

This report is especially painful for Malaysia because we know Singapore started off as an island of fishing villages with no natural resources. It survived and prospered as an entrepot (a trading post where merchandise can be imported and exported without paying import duties), and imported raw materials for its needs, industries and exported processed products to the world.

It is still buying nearly everything from other countries, mainly Malaysia, including sand, water, oil, vegetable, fruits, to name just a few. (more…)

April 24, 2012

Swiss Authorities Cooperated With Hong Kong On Musa Aman Case

Sarawak Report

Showman – Musa Aman is going to have to explain why Switzerland was cooperating into an investigation into money laundering by him

A statement from the Swiss Attorney General’s office, published today in a national newspaper, has added further dramatic proof to our evidence that Sabah’s Chief Minister, Musa Aman, has been under investigation over timber kickbacks worth at least US$90million. (more…)

October 11, 2011

Sarawak tycoon’s firm hired PNG cops to bash up locals, ABC reports

Debra Chong

Papua New Guinea (PNG) police admitted they were paid by a company owned by Sarawak tycoon Tan Sri Tiong Hiew King to crack down on locals protesting against a controversial oil palm project there, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported today.

The state-owned media channel’s “The World Today” programme reported that villagers in PNG’s East New Britain province were arrested and beaten last week by a squad of police officers under orders from Rimbunan Hijau (RH).

RH is Tiong’s multi-industry company with the biggest logging and oil palm plantation shares in the South Pacific country. The 76-year-old is said to be worth US$1.1 billion (RM3.5 billion) and is ranked by Forbes to be the world’s 840th richest man. (more…)

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