Woman claims trial to using money-laundering tactic of 'smurfing' to avoid bank detection


KUALA LUMPUR: A 59-year-old businesswoman has been charged at the Sessions Court here with four counts of transaction structuring involving more than RM230,000, believed to be the first case of its kind in the country.

Mazni Abu Bakar pleaded not guilty after the charges were read out to her before Sessions Court judge Sabariah Othman on Wednesday (June 30).

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