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Saturday, July 25, 2015

THE MULTIBILLIONAIRE - NAJIBUGIS








"... apa pasal lawyer PM najib memohon keterangan lanjut daripada artikel WSJ. Sepatutnya saman malu sahaja lah. Sekarang peguam Dow Jones pemilik WSJ sudah jawab. Panjang lebar. Saya harap peguam PM Najib faham. Jawapan nya disini. Saya membaca surat jawapan peguam WSJ. Nampak nya mereka dalam combative mood.

Mengecutkan telor kata orang Pekan.

Sila fail saman itu dalam mahkamah Amerika atau Singapura. Kita hendak lhat kejantanan PM dan peguam nya. Dalam negara bolehlah buli orang kerdil. Orang miskin.

PM Najib ingat dia tunjuk hero suruh peguam nya menulis kepada WSJ dan Dow Jones. Najib bukan Lee Kuan Yew. Lee Kuan Yew is a pugilist. Najib?

Sebenarnya bukan kepada WSJ dia kena jawab- dia kena jawab kepada kita rakyat Malaysia..."

(Sakmongkol AK47)



"... Instead of the usual letter of demand, Najib’s lawyers had on July 8 written to WSJ’s publisher Dow Jones, giving the firm a 14-day deadline to confirm if the two articles had meant to accuse their client of misappropriating US$700 million (RM2.6 billion).
When defending the unusual move, Datuk Mohd Hafarizam Wan Harun, one of the prime minister’s lawyers, conceded that his firm could have immediately accused WSJ of defamation but chose not to because the offending articles were “neither here nor there”, thus making the letter seeking clarification necessary.
Dow Jones’ reply was sent on Tuesday, exactly 14 days from July 8. Najib’s lawyers have since remained silent on the matter and are believed to be mulling over the prime minister’s next step.
After WSJ’s July 2 bombshell, Najib immediately responded by saying that he has never taken 1MDB money for “personal gain”...

(Malay Mail)

Full article: http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=558631:no-need-for-us-to-confirm-wsj%E2%80%99s-1mdb-articles-are-clear-enough-dow-jones-tells-pm%E2%80%99s-lawyers&Itemid=2#ixzz3gsf1oAwa
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