Slow justice to build airtight case against Najib 

The Malaysian Insight

Attorney-General Tommy Thomas is building the case against former prime minister Najib Razak, carefully and quietly because he is not a politician and does not need to play to the gallery. – The Malaysian Insight pic, June 28, 2018.

IF it were up to the politicians, Najib Razak would have been arrested and charged with a string of offences by now.

Indeed, there is some frustration among the Pakatan Harapan (PH) corps that the former prime minister is still a free man, more than six weeks after he and Barisan Nasional were ushered out of Putrajaya.

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  • You can already hear Najib and Rosmah thinking of excuses after they lose that Tommy Thomas case is persecution..

    Posted 3 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • Don't leave it to chance, AG & CEP, pls engage best Queen's Councels in all significant court cases to reign in wrong doers; justice should be done, and done effectively. Also the presiding judges should be those capable, impartial ones, not those beholden to known devils..

    Posted 3 years ago by Tan Robert

  • Well said. Plus, you don't walk into a presentation without preparing your deck. Even counting the seized loots took weeks lol

    Posted 3 years ago by Jasper Yo

  • Najib and Rosmah are laying bare their defence in the public gallery by declaring all these wealth are merely gifts, just like the RM2.6b donation quietly deposited into his bank account. At the same time, if Najib's money belongs to UMNO as claimed by their communications unit, why is no one coming forward to claim the money?

    Posted 3 years ago by Roger 5201

  • As they say, slow and steady wins the race. We'd love to see him in orange lock-up suit right now but we can afford the wait. Najib is not going anywhere except to jail in the near future, i.e., within a couple of years at the least. Unless the prosecution can wrap up the case in the shortest possible time.

    Posted 3 years ago by Savari CJ