Warisan veep Peter Anthony's remand order extended by four days

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  • Monday, 08 Jan 2018

KOTA KINABALU: The remand order for Parti Warisan Sabah vice-president Datuk Peter Anthony has been extended another four days.

Anthony was brought to the Kota Kinabalu magistrate's court at 8.30am on Monday (Jan 8) after his earlier three-day remand order expired today.

He was represented by counsels Martin Tommy and Cedric Choo.

Magistrate Stephanie Sherron Abbie allowed for the extension until Thursday (Jan 11).

Anthony is being investigated for his alleged role in the RM155mil Rubber Industry Smallholders Association (Risda) land deal in Sabah's central Tongod district.

He was arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) at 12.30pm on Friday (Jan 5).

MACC assistant enforcement officer Khairudin Kilau prosecuted.

Lawyer Michael Persius Ubu, who is also wanted by the MACC over this case, has yet to surrender himself and is believed to be overseas.
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