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MACC is at game playing, too?

July 6, 2010
MACC’s questions arrive in a London taxi
Danny Lim
Jul 6, 10
7:59am
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) list of questions to private investigator P Balasubramaniam is now in his lawyer’s possession in London.

balasubramaniam holiday villa 060710The MACC papers, which came in an envelope, were sent by taxi to Balasubramaniam’s lawyer Americk Sidhu at his London hotel.

The questions were sent to Balasubramaniam through courier service after the MACC backpedaled on its pledge to send officers to London to record his statements, scheduled for yesterday.

“We can confirm we’ve received the questions and are studying them at the moment,” said Americk, who declined to elaborate further.

azlanBalasubramaniam is now expected to reply the questions in form of an affidavit, which is part of MACC’s investigations that several personalities had coerced him into retracting a statutory declaration concerning Altantuya Shaariibuu’s murder.

The personalities allegedly include Prime minister Najib Abdul Razak’s younger brother Nazim and businessman Deepak Jaikishan.

After the incident, Balasubramaniam fled the country and continued to make more allegations against Najib, his wife Rosmah and even claimed that his former aide Nasir Safar was at the scene when Altantuya was arrested by the police.

Press conference on Wednesday

Despite MACC officers cancelling the scheduled interview, Balasubramaniam and his lawyers “waited” for at the scheduled interview venue – Holiday Villa in Leinster Gardens.

balasubramaniam holiday villa 060710His lawyers includes Americk and Manjit Singh Dhillon. They were accompanied by PKR supreme council member Zaid Ibrahim and blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin.

“We waited from 10am and left at 1pm,” said Americk.

While waiting, the group enjoyed ice kacang at a Malaysian restaurant inside the hotel. A brief interlude saw the arrival of the MACC package by taxi.

Balasubramaniam will hold a press conference at the same venue at 11am on Wednesday (7pm Malaysia time) where he is expected to make further revelations.

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