Rosmah's' leaked verdict' returned to the police on Najib investigation documents
PETALING JAYA: Investigative documents regarding the leaked sentences in the corruption trials of Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor have been returned to the police.
Kuala Lumpur police chief Azmi Abu Qasim said the investigation documents were submitted to the deputy public prosecutor on Aug 30 but have been returned for further investigation.
“We will complete the investigation papers as soon as possible and, if there is a need, the statements of every witness who was summoned before this will be taken again,” he said in a Harian Metro report.
He said 17 witnesses had given their statements for the case involving Najib, while 10 others were summoned previously for Rosmah’s.
Last month, the chief registrar’s office of the Federal Court lodged a police report over an alleged leak of a court ruling in Rosmah’s corruption trial involving the Sarawak schools solar energy project worth RM1.25 billion.
The alleged leaked document was first posted by the Malaysia Today website run by blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin.
Last week, Sentul district police chief Beh Eng Lai said the cops had recorded the statement of High Court judge Zaini Mazlan, who found Rosmah guilty on all three counts of corruption over the solar energy project.
Beh said court officers had also given their statements to the police.
Separately, Azmi said the paperwork for the investigation into PKR vice-chairman Rafiz Ramli’s alleged defamation of Special Functions Minister Abdullatif Ahmed was nearing completion.
“It will be referred to the deputy public prosecutor this week,” he said.