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Johor Policeman Detained For Suspected Bribery

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JOHOR BAHRU – Johor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) detained a police officer in Kulai for suspicion of soliciting and receiving bribes from a religious teacher. According to a source, the 49-year-old suspect with the rank of corporal, is stationed at the Kulai District Headquarters (IPD) Crime Investigation Department. The source said the suspect was arrested…

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TNB Staff On Remand For Alleged Bribery

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SEREMBAN – A Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) staff has been remanded for three days to assist in the investigation into an alleged bribery case by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). The remand order was issued by the Remand Special Court registrar, Nur Haryatie Mohd Saini following an application from the MACC prosecuting officer, Mohd Khairi…

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Former Staff Of Selangor MB Office Remanded Over Alleged Graft

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SHAH ALAM – A former administrative assistant at the Office of the Selangor Menteri Besar has been remanded for three days from today over an investigation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission into corruption and abuse of power in the awarding of a project for supply of souvenirs to the office in 2016. The remand order…

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Policeman Jailed, Fined RM20,000 For Bribery

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IPOH – A police corporal was sentenced to a total of 12 months’ jail and fined RM20,000, in default four months’ jail, by the Sessions Court here today for soliciting and accepting bribe three years ago. Judge S.Indra Nehru handed down the sentence on Roslin Md Esa, 53, after he pleaded guilty to the charges.…

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MACC Arrests Prison Warden For Alleged Bribery

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KANGAR – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has detained a prison warden for allegedly receiving bribes to allow the entry of forbidden items meant for several inmates. Perlis MACC director Yaacop  Angah said the 33 year-old prison warden attached to the  State Correctional Centre, was arrested at the MACC office, here at 7pm yesterday. “Investigation found that the suspect received…

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Australian Gov’t Announces Crackdown On Foreign Bribery

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SYDNEY – The Australian Government has announced a major crackdown on foreign bribery, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. Speaking at the headquarters of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in Melbourne on Tuesday, Australia’s Justice Minister Michael Keenan announced tough new laws to ensure that perpetrators bribing foreign officials faced the full force of the law.…

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Johor Sultan Bribery Case: Businessman’s Remand Extended For 3 Days

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PUTRAJAYA – The Magistrate’s Court here today extended the remand on a businessman for another three days to facilitate investigations into an attempt to bribe Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) secured the remand order effective tomorrow till April 7 through magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman. The…

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Police Officer, Bangladesh National Remanded In Alleged Bribery Case

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SHAH ALAM – An ASP ranked police officer and a Bangladesh national would be remanded for seven days starting today to assist investigations into allegations of receiving bribes from a restaurant operator in order to release his workers who were detained. The remand order was issued by Magistrate Syajaratudur Abd Rahman. The two men are…

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Senior Police Officer On Remand For Alleged Bribery

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  KOTA KINABALU – A senior police officer has been remanded for five days starting today for alleged bribery amounting to RM5,000. The 43-year-old police officer was arrested in the parking area of Lot Market 88, Kepayan, near here yesterday, at about 10am. The police officer was suspected of receiving the money from a complainant…

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Cheras Umno Information Chief Acquitted And Discharged Of CBT Charge

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  KUALA LUMPUR: The Sessions Court here Monday acquitted and discharged Cheras UMNO division information chief from a criminal breach of trust (CBT) charge amounting to RM4,350, two years ago. Judge Mohd Nasir Nordin made the decision after Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) prosecuting officer Wan Ahmad Nidzam Wan Omar said the prosecution had withdrawn the…

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KEFA Wants FAM To Pardon 216 Players Involved In 1994 Bribery Scandal

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ALOR SETAR – Kedah Ex-Footballers Association (KEFA) has urged the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) to pardon the 216 involved in the bribery scandal that rocked Malaysian football in 1994. KEFA president Faridzul Kassim said lifting the ban and offering them pardon would enable the ex-players to return to the football arena and offer their…

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