Sunday, December 23, 2012

Money Laundering? Questions In Australia For Taib’s Brother Onn – EXCLUSIVE!

Money Laundering ? Questions In Australia For Taib’s Brother Onn
Wanted for questioning? Taib’s brother
and long time business
associate Onn Mahmud

Chief Minister, Taib Mahmud’s business-partner brother Onn has left some very awkward questions to be answered in Sydney, where his family lives in one of the city’s smartest houses, over-looking the harbour bridge.
Documents obtained by Sarawak Report plainly show that Onn Mahmud has offered conflicting information to the Australian authorities, in order first to obtain a Business Visa and then to export the profits from a series of multi-million dollar property transactions.
Incorrect information given to the authorities includes claiming that a foreign based company, Ryan Park Limited, which was used to sponsor his visa application, was an “Australian Private Company” registered in Australia.
We can further reveal that Onn Mahmud has bought and sold tens of millions of dollars worth of investments in Sydney real estate, through an elaborate network of off-shore companies, based in the Cayman Islands and managed by a top American bank, Merrill Lynch, from offices located in the Isle of Man.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

When did Razak meet PI Bala?

PETALING JAYA: The controversial submarine contract and the gruesome murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu continue to be an albatross around the neck of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.
Despite his denials and swearing upon the Quran, the opposition never ceases to exploit the issue while a significant number of Malaysians believe that the prime minister’s hands are stained both with corruption and the blood of the Mongolian national.
And now, the French courts have launched an inquest into the submarine deal.
However, blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin pointed out that certain claims don’t add up and also reveals that the relationship between private investigator P Balasubramaniam and Najib’s confidant Abdul Razak Baginda can be traced back as far as 2000.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Taib Grabs Yet More Billions Out Of Sarawak’s Destruction!

Why? - Australia's Miles Kupa has been assisting
key deals between O M Holdings and Sarawak

Australia’s support for Taib Mahmud’s SCORE project is becoming ever more deeply questionable, as the corruption surrounding every project in which it has sought to be involved gets plainer by the day.
The message should be coming through clear by now.  If you do business with Taib Mahmud’s Sarawak then you are immersing yourself in a world of bribery, backhanders and theft from the people of Borneo.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Sime Darby’s Greenwash Scandal!

Sime Darby is Malaysia’s largest company and the world’s largest palm oil conglomerate. It is predominately owned and controlled by the Malaysian Government.
So, maybe little surprise that it is enmeshed in corruption, as laid bare by the arrest and charges against its former Chief Executive this week over the misappropriation of millions of ringgit.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Promises Are Even Cheaper Than Bribes – Sibu’s ‘University’ Pledges

Yet another election, yet another promise that a university
will be provided for Sibu - but its a sham
For half a century UMNO/BN and Taib have sucked out billions of ringgit from Sarawak’s natural resources.
In return they have given cheap bribes at election time to the impoverished local people, who have seen none of the benefit of this wealth.
But promises are even cheaper than bribes and BN politicians are therefore even more fond of making these at election time than paying hard cash!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

BN YB Roland Sagah’s ‘Cottage Industry’ – Expose!

 Outraged readers of Sarawak Report have been queuing up to dish the dirt on BN’s Dirty Datuks over the past few days.
We have received widespread information about corrupted practices from insiders, who are clearly sickened by the greedy YBs, who have been cheating their constituents for decades.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Nepal minister jailed and fined for corruption

KATHMANDU (AFP) - Nepal's highest court on Tuesday jailed a serving government minister for corruption in a first for a nation fighting an ingrained culture of graft.
The Supreme Court handed information and communications minister, Jaya Prakash Prasad Gupta, an 18-month sentence and an 8.4 million-rupee (S$131,000) fine after he failed to account for a vast portfolio of property accrued while in office.
Gupta, 52, has held a number of ministerial posts and was appointed to the information ministry after his party struck a deal with the Maoists to form a coalition government in August 2011.
'This bench has reached the conclusion that the defendant's source of income and the property he earned during the given period doesn't match,' Ms Sushila Karki, one of two presiding judges, told reporters.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Indonesia's main challenge is fighting corruption: Yudhoyono

JAKARTA (REUTERS) - Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said on Monday that fighting corruption is the main challenge facing South-east Asia's largest economy.
'We want to change the trajectory of history but I have come to realise that it takes a longer time to make our country and our system clean,' Mr Yudhoyono told reporters at the state palace.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Civil servant earns $295 a month and drives a Porsche

MANILA - On the surface, it looked like any old road-rage case, except that this one escalated well beyond the everyday realm of fisticuffs.
A minor fender bender between two cars - one a Porsche - sparked an altercation. Things quickly got out of hand when the Porsche driver pulled out a gun and took some shots at the other driver. He missed, and was later arrested.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Anwar’s Acquittal – What Are The Hidden Messages?

By now everybody in Planet Earth knows de-facto opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, has been acquitted on a charge of sodomising his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan in 2008. The acquittal surprises many people – from opposition parties, Najib administration, former premier Mahathir and even Anwar himself. But was Anwar really surprised with the verdict? For a person who was about 90% to be sent behind bars for the second time for the same sodomy charge, Anwar doesn’t seems to be the happiest person in comparison to his wife, daughters, the thousands cheering crowds and his buddies from the opposition parties.
Anwar Sodomy Acquittal

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Pegawai sembunyikan duit suapan RM700,000 dalam telekung, di dapur

IPOH: Seorang pegawai Jabatan Perhutanan Perak dikesan menyembunyikan wang tunai lebih RM700,000 ($287,450) disyaki hasil suapan yang diterimanya di serata tempat di kediamannya, termasuk dalam kain telekung, selain di bilik tidur, ruang tamu dan dapur.

Suspek yang berusia dalam lingkungan 50-an dikatakan turut mengagihkan wang suapan yang keseluruhannya dipercayai melebihi RM4 juta di dalam beberapa akaun bank milik anggota keluarganya, berdasarkan buku bank yang turut ditemui di rumahnya.

Perbuatan suspek terbongkar apabila sepasukan lebih 10 pegawai Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), melakukan serbuan mengejut di kediaman anggota perkhidmatan awam itu di Gerik, awal pagi kelmarin.

Sumber berkata, suspek yang bekerja di Jabatan Perhutanan Perak, ditahan ketika berada di rumahnya bersama isteri dan anak-anaknya.