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Headmaster Claims Trial To Corruption Charge

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  KUCHING – A school headmaster today was charged with corruption for instructing a catering company to appoint Ismas Catering, a company which belongs to his wife, to provide food under the Supplementary Food Programme to Sekolah Kebangsaan Gita No 2, at a sum of RM86,190. According to the charge sheet, on July 1 last…

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Jailed A Week For Trying To Bribe MACC Officer

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KUALA LUMPUR: A lorry driver is set to celebrate his 45th birthday behind bars today when he was sentenced to a week in prison and fined RM10,000 in default eight months jail for offering a bribe last year. Judge Madihah Harullah meted out the sentence against How Ah Lai after he pleaded guilty to offering…

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Supervisor Pleads Not Guilty To Accepting RM23,000 In Bribes

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KUALA TERENGGANU – A store supervisor of a state government-owned company pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here today on 11 charges of accepting bribes amounting to RM23,000 in 2015. The accused, Zamri Jusoh was found to have accepted bribes from Tham Mun Hing, a spare parts and fertilizer supply company owner, as inducement…

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Asst. Enforcement Officer Remanded Over Bribery Case

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TAWAU – The Magistrate’s Court here today allowed an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to remand a woman assistant enforcement officer from the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry to be remanded over a bribery case. Court senior assistant registrar, Puspawati Sangut allowed the 37-year-old woman to be remanded for seven days from…

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Perak Police Looking For Man Viewed Giving Bribe To Traffic Policeman

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IPOH – Perak police are looking for a man who gave a bribe to a traffic policeman on duty last week, with the incident going viral on the social media. State police chief, Datuk Hasnan Hassan said the man had to be detected to assist in the investigation. “We are investigating and we have identified…

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Engineer At GLC Charged With Receiving Bribes, Of More than RM40,000

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KOTA BHARU – An engineer at a government-linked company was charged in the Sessions Court here today with 16 counts of receiving bribes, in the form of goods and cash, totalling RM40,468.03. Mohd Asrul Setapa, 31, however, pleaded not guilty and claimed trial to all the charges before Judge Adli Abd Ghalib. He was alleged…

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Project Director, Manager To Be Charged Over RM14 Million False Claims

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PUTRAJAYA – A project director and a project manager of a private company are expected to be charged in court for corruption today for making false claims of RM8.8 million involving a work contract awarded by Petronas. The suspects who are aged 61 and 48 had allegedly issued an invoice for an inflated claim of…

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May 15 For Mention Of Illegal Farm Operators Charged With Bribing

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KUANTAN – The Sessions Court here today fixed May 15 for mention of a case involving two farm operators in the Cameron Highlands who were charged with offering and giving bribes to a National Security Council officer. Judge Datuk Habibah Mohamed Yusof set the date following an application by the prosecution, conducted by prosecuting officer…

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Tan Sri In RM2mil Bribe Attempt Released On Bail

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PUTRAJAYA – The “Tan Sri” who allegedly offered a RM2mil bribe to the Sultan of Johor has been released after being remanded for eight days to help anti-graft authorities investigate the Ruler’s claim. Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman allowed the 54-year-old businessman to be released on a RM50,000 cash bail and another RM150,000…

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Perhilitan Officer Charged With Receiving Bribes

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SEREMBAN – An officer with Paya Indah Wetlands Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) in Dengkil, Selangor claimed trial in the Sessions court here today to six bribery charges. A’zman Othman, 46, allegedly received RM10,000 from Omri Omar to approve SSMY Sutera Enterprise’s contract in monthly cleaning services involving the department’s premises in the…

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MACC To Investigate Johor Sultan’s Revelation Of Bribe To Get ‘Tan Sri’

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will investigate the revelation by Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar of Johor that an individual had tried to bribe him into conferring the ‘Tan Sri’ title. In a statement issued today, the MACC said it had obtained the relevant information from the Sultan and had identified the person.…

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Ex-Pilgrims Fund Board Clerk Loses Appeal, Jailed Four Years For Bribery

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PUTRAJAYA – A former clerk with the Pilgrims Fund Board (Tabung Haji) was sent to jail for four years after losing his final appeal to set aside his conviction for accepting bribe to help 27 people who were not eligible to perform the Haj in 2010 to jump queue. A three-man panel of the Court…

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Former Special Officer To A Minister Charged With Accepting RM80,000 Bribe

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SHAH ALAM – A former special officer to a Cabinet minister was charged in the Sessions Court here today with accepting bribe, totalling RM80,000, from a contractor three years ago. Zailan Jauhari, 47, however, pleaded not guilty after the charge was read out to him before Judge Asmadi Hussin Asmadi allowed Zailan to be released…

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Ex-Tekun Nasional CEO Charged With Bribery

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SHAH ALAM: Former managing director and chief executive officer of Tekun Nasional Datuk Abdul Rahim Hassan has claimed trial after being charged with soliciting and receiving bribery at the Sessions Court, here, today. The 62-year-old who had been arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) at his home at 5.15pm in Bukit Bandaraya, here, yesterday,…

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Melaka Immigration Officer, Wife Charged Over RM5,400 Bribe

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MELAKA – An official at the Melaka Immigration Department and his wife pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here on four charges of receiving bribes totalling RM5,400 in 2014. Under the first charge, Marzuan Sungep, 56, and his wife Norizan Hashim, 40, a housewife, were charged with intentionally accepting RM300 in cash from Helmida…

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Melaka RTD Enforcement Assistant Charged For Accepting Bribe

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MELAKA – A Melaka Road Transport Department (RTD) enforcement assistant today pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here to a charge of accepting RM900 as bribe from a driving school mediator last year. Asbudi Ali, 43, from the Melaka RTD Examination Unit allegedly received the bribe from Nur Farhana Abdul Malek, a mediator of…

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First Feamle PM Headed To Jail

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SEOUL: South Korea’s first female prime minister was headed for jail after the Supreme Court upheld a conviction and two-year prison sentence for accepting illicit political funds. Now 71, Han Myeong-sook served one year as prime minister from April 2006 under the administration of then-president Roh Moo-hyun. In 2010, she was tried on charges of…

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Admin Asst Manager Receive Jail, Fine For Corruption

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JOHOR BAHRU – An administrative assistant manager of a private company was sentenced to one day’s jail and fined RM12,750 or another six months in prison by the Sessions Court here today for accepting a bribe. Mohamad Jalani Jasman, 54, admitted before judge Mohamad Haldar Abdul Aziz to receiving RM2,550 from contractor Sahir Tambol as…

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FIFA Brothers Deposit Large Cash Amounts To US Banks, Reports Show

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two brothers who pleaded guilty in the FIFA football bribery scandal deposited large sums of cash in a frenzied series of visits to U.S. banks, hoping to avoid detection by authorities, U.S. court documents released this week showed. Daryan and Daryll Warner, sons of former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner, and their…

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273 Policemen Nabbed Since 2012 On Suspicion Of Accepting Bribes

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KUALA LUMPUR – The police have always allowed the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate policemen who are suspected of accepting bribes. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said police had never sheltered its errant officers or policemen but would hand them to MACC for prompt action. “Indeed, police have been leaving it…

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