DOJ seeks to suspend US court proceedings over Jho Low's luxury yacht Equanimity


Cayman Island-registered vessel Equanimity, sits in waters off Tanjung Benoa on Indonesia's resort island of Bali on April 4, 2018. - AFP

PETALING JAYA: The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) wants to suspend court proceedings in the country that are related to the superyacht Equanimity, reported Malaysiakini.

"The (US) government has learned that the defendant yacht has been released by the Indonesian government to the government of Malaysia, and has left Indonesian waters. It is the government's understanding that a warrant was obtained in Indonesia authorising the turnover.

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