Peter Anthony gets 3 years' jail, fine for using false documents

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Sabah infrastructure development minister Datuk Peter Anthony has been sentenced to three years’ jail and a fine of RM50,000 by the Sessions Court here after he was found guilty of using false documents relating to a system maintenance contract nine years ago.

Sessions Court judge Azura Alwi ordered for the jail time to run from Thursday (May 26) and also for Peter to serve an additional 15 months in jail if he fails to pay the fine.

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