US court’s approval of DoJ motion shows Jho Low is innocent, say lawyers


Wanted businessman Jho Low has consistently denied wrongdoing in the 1MDB scandal. – AFP pic, January 1, 2019.

A US court’s move to grant the Department of Justice’s motion to dismiss its forfeiture action against super yacht Equanimity is consistent with Low Taek Jho’s claims of having done no wrong, said his lawyers.

The wanted Penang-born businessman, in a statement through his lawyers, said the move by the DoJ is a result of the Malaysian government’s mishandling of the seized vessel.


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  • Sue the govt of Malaysia then, if the yacht had been brazenly seized. Stop claiming otherwise. We are no fools

    Posted 1 year ago by Mike Mok

  • Fat boy , what dont you come out and speak like a man? How long are you going to hide? Your monies must be depleting , government should frozen all his family assets in Malaysia.

    Posted 1 year ago by Tiong Fee Chua

  • If Fat Boy is innocent why don't he come back to Malaysia and face the Malaysian Government and Malaysians? Have guts to blunder the money of Malaysia don't have guts to face the music. HaHaHa!

    Posted 1 year ago by Jordan Lee

  • Don't try to fool us.. Maybe you don't realised if you see back of the yacht, you will see name of Georgetown stated at the back side.. Stop fooling us, if you were innocent, why must yiu hiding like a mouse?

    Posted 1 year ago by Mohd Azwan Abd Aziz

  • Please come back to prove that you are innocent.

    Posted 1 year ago by Richard L