Musa Aman accused of pocketing RM264mil of logging bribes using six banks and six proxies


KUALA LUMPUR: Six banks and six proxies in two countries, this was allegedly how Tan Sri Musa Aman (pic) pocketed US$63.3mil (RM264mil) as bribes to offer logging concession contracts to 16 companies.

Musa, 67, the former Sabah chief minister, was slapped with 35 charges of graft at the Sessions Court here. One of the six proxies includes himself.

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