Man sentenced to 1,942 years' jail for money laundering

KUALA LUMPUR: A former company director, Lim Long Yew, was sentenced to a total of 1,942 years' jail and fined RM1.596mil by the Sessions Court Wednesday, for 481 counts of money laundering and illegal deposit-taking, involving millions four years ago.

Another accused in the case, Leong Guan Yeu, 47, also a former director of the company, was sentenced to a total of 139 years' jail and fined RM180,000 for nine counts of illegal deposit-taking and 130 counts of money laundering.

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