Aussie PM Turnbull’s son ‘victim of 1MDB’

New York-based Goldman Sachs helped 1Malaysia Development Berhad to raise US$6 billion in 2012 and 2013. The bank pocketed millions in fees from the bond sales. – EPA pic, March 8, 2018.

THE 1Malaysia Development Bhd scandal has claimed an unlikely scalp: the son of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

The Australian newspaper reports Turnbull’s son, Alex, as saying he was sidelined from his executive position at Goldman Sachs after acting as a whistle-blower on allegedly shady deals involving billions between the global investment bank and the Malaysian state investor.

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  • So, IGP, how can you say that 1MDB is not related to Jho Low n the Equanimity? The evidences are all there. Please-lah, don't embarrass yourself n Malaysia anymore. Be truthful n honest.

    Posted 5 years ago by Peace Maker

  • The truth hurts.

    Posted 5 years ago by Can Lim

  • Finally the truth will prevail.

    Posted 5 years ago by Landy Oz

  • That is the real true problem in this world - the one who discloses the truth always get the 'punishment'. Whatever laws or policies used to charge the people to me is just to shut up their mouths and threaten others not to disclose further. The only purpose - they want to manipulate the evidence for their own agenda.

    Posted 5 years ago by Shiaw Loh