steadyaku47 : Following is a copy of the police report made against Tan Sri Abu Kassim (Bekas Ketua Pesurhjaya SPRM), Tan Sri Zeti (Bekas Gabenor Bank Negara) and Tan Sri Gani Patail (Bekas Peguam Negara) …….”ada secara berseorangan danatau bersama terlibat dalam satu konspirasi untuk menggulingkan yang amat berhormat Perdana Menteri”……

comment daripada saudara Fauzi Abdulrahman
 

WHATEVER
YOU SAY, WHATEVER IS YOUR STAND AND WHATEVER YOU EXPECT TO BE THE
OUTCOME, THIS IS INDEED A MOVE TO REMOVE NAJIB AS THE PRIME-MINISTER.

IMAGINE THE ANSWERS YOU GET FROM ALL THE THREE DURING THE TRIAL.
TERIMA KASEH PEMUDA UMNO……saya rasa bila mereka sedar akan akibatnya, pasti mereka tarik balik laporan.

Kita tunggu dan lihat!

Gani: Conspiracy report a publicity stunt

July 26, 2016

Former attorney-general says attempts at character
assassination will only trigger a backlash and undermine the government
in the long run.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Former Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail has described
the allegations that he is involved in a conspiracy to topple Prime
Minister Najib Razak and the Malaysian Government as a publicity stunt.
“These frivolous allegations are publicity-seeking stunts with no substance.
“Attempts at character assassination would only trigger a backlash
and undermine the government in the long run,” he told Bernama.
Abdul Gani further reiterated that he had always acted professionally
in the course of his work and will continue to work professionally in
all his future endeavours.

He said this via WhatsApp when asked to comment on a news report that
Umno Youth Vice-Chief Khairul Azwan Harun had lodged a police report
against him, former Bank Negara Governor Zeti Akthar Aziz and Malaysian
Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Chief Commissioner Abu Kassim Mohamed.

In the report, Khairul Azwan claimed that the three were believed to
be involved in a conspiracy to topple Najib and the Malaysian
Government.
On July 27, 2015, Abdul Gani’s service as the Attorney-General was terminated due to health reasons.
Former Federal Court judge Mohamed Apandi Ali was appointed as the new Attorney-General, effective July 27 last year.