Tag: SRC International trial
Najib Razak claimed during the recording of his statement that the jewellery was for a foreign leader, says MACC investigating officer.
The trial will continue from Monday.
High Court judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali says such comments about a case still in court 'may run foul of the law'.
Investigating officer says they only obtained copies of the minutes which did not bear the signatures of authorised persons.
Court of Appeal says High Court judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah used his discretion in ordering that the 1MDB trial begin as scheduled.
High Court judge Mohd Firuz Jaffril says Attorney-General Tommy Thomas’s application to initiate contempt proceedings against Shafee Abdullah is lacking in particulars on the charges.
Ranjit Singh says the former prime minister made the admission in an affidavit in response to the defence put forth by former transport minister Dr Ling Liong Sik in a 2015 defamation suit.
Prosecution says the Facebook post on the trial is sub judice and meant to influence the court.
The prosecution says it is prepared to replace today's vacated date to Aug 9 so that the case can finish according to schedule.
Tommy Thomas says the former prime minister posted several comments about his credit card spending, presumably without the advice of his defence counsel.
The prosecution is hoping to call most of its 25 remaining witnesses over 23 working days until Aug 15.
This is to allow Najib Razak's SRC International trial to finish first.
However, the prosecution says impeachment proceeding is no longer necessary as a key document sought by the defence was given before trial began.
R Uma Devi says the money was transferred to the account of Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd.
Bank Negara investigating officer Ahmad Farhan Sharifuddin says he handed over the documents to MACC last year.
The documents include the details of all individuals who have served as directors at Yayasan Rakyat 1Malaysia.
The stage is now set for the trial to begin in the Kuala Lumpur High Court on April 15.
Param Cumaraswamy says the former prime minister must be accorded a fair trial in accordance with the principle of equality before the law.
The Court of Appeal says the accused and his lawyers did not employ any tactics to delay the trial.
The judge says this could lead to tampering with witnesses, which cannot be allowed.