It’s almost like the Netflix series called ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ where things don’t get any better as it progresses. Or so it seems for Bahri Mohammad Zin, former Director of Special Operations of the MACC, and his second wife Noor Haslina Abdullah who proclaims to be the Director-General of Akademi Memandu KIST Sdn Bhd (AMKIST).
Earlier this evening, I received a press statement by Noraihan Che Ali, the widow of Noor Haslina’s eldest brother Mazly pertaining to a police report filed by Bahri against her last week.
According to the statement, Noraihan welcomes the report made by Bahri and hopes that the MACC as well as the police would then expedite the investigation into the matter.
She was made to understand, the raid by MACC’s Special Operations Division headed by Bahri was based on the report to MACC (report number IPJ/RPTNO/0011/2016) made by none other than Noor Haslina herself. Noraihan pointed that although Bahri denies of any involvement the fact that the raiding party originated from Bahri’s division makes the whole affair more sinister.
Perhaps the two characters named in the Search Order above need to be interviewed by the police!
Noraihan also noted that the MACC website says that the Special Operations Division was formed in 2010 to investigate high-profile cases as well as cases of public interest and asks how can a family property tussle be a high-profile case or something of public interest that warrants the Division to interfere?
A quick check on the MACC website confirms Noraihan’s statement.
It looks like Noraihan’s questions are valid and warrants a thorough investigation by the police. The MACC has no choice but to cooperate in providing all neccessary information and documents pertaining to the case.
The MACC is a government body entrusted to stem if not eradicate corrupted practices in this country and it is only right that it seeks out to rid itself of people who have and can abuse this trust.
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