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Wednesday September 4, 2013 MYT 7:58:04 AM
SHAH ALAM: A 34-year-old executive of a government-linked company has claimed trial to a charge of making false statements to two Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officers.
Mohamad Fazly Samsuri has been accused of making three statements at the Sessions Court here on Nov 29, 2011, in a trial involving four immigration officers, including his 27-year-old brother Mohamad Izuwansyah.
The statements were allegedly contradictory to the ones that he had given to MACC senior assistant superintendent Rosfiza Hashim and assistant superintendant Azeem Hafeez Jamaluddin at the commission’s office on Oct 5, 2010 and Nov 24, 2011.
He allegedly told the MACC officers at that time, that he had given a bank ATM card to Izuwansyah but had no knowledge of a sum of money which had been deposited into that account.
However, Fazly later testified again in court that he had never given control of the bank account to anyone else.
Fazly is charged under Section 27 (2) of the MACC Act 2009 and faces a maximum RM100,000 fine or a maximum 10 years in jail or both.
Judge Slamat Yahya fixed bail at RM8,000 and set Oct 2 for mention of the case.
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