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SWISS GO NUCLEAR - AG SAYS "US$4 BILLION WAS MISAPPROPRIATED FROM 1MDB"
In response to AG Apandi's clearance of PM Najib from wrongdoings involving RM2.6 billion so called 'donation', the Attorney General of Switzerland Michael Laubersaid refused 'to condone Apandi's whitewash attempt. The Sarawak Report of 30th January, 2016 read:
Well after normal office hours on Friday the Swiss Attorney General's Office detonated the diplomatic equivalent of a nuclear bomb under the attempts by Najib and his own Attorney General to bury the scandal around 1MDB.
Responding to the Malaysian AG Mohammed Apandi's surprise announcement this week that Najib had been "cleared" of any wrongdoing by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission investigation, the Swiss Attorney General Michael Laubersaid has issued a media statement of possibly unprecedented bluntness from the traditionally low-profile Swiss authorities.
The devastating one page document, delivered in the form of a public request for Malaysia to assist in Switzerland's own criminal enquiries into 1MDB, has blown the whistle on the entire case and laid out in astonishing terms the key aspects of the Swiss investigation's findings so far.
In doing so, the Swiss Attorney General has substantiated each of the major allegations printed by Sarawak Reports and other investigators into 1MDB over the past year, since the original details from the dossiers of Swiss national Xavier Justo were first revealed by this news portal.
THE REPORT FURTHER SAID:
Explaining his 'request for mutual assistance' the Swiss AG has made several landmark revelations, confirming official concerns of corruption on an epic scale at 1MDB.
He has introduced a new figure of US$4 billion as the suspected as the suspected amount that his officials believe has been criminally misappropriated from the fund. A sum, which, he points out, was "earmarked for investment in economic and social projects in Malaysia."
"The sum suspected to have been misappropriated amounts to around US$4 billion ... So far it has been ascertained that a small portion of the money was transferred to accounts held in Switzerland by various former Malaysian public officials and both former and current public officials from the United Arab Emirates" (Press release by Swiss AG Michael Laubersaid)