Scam Or RizaAziz Declared All His ILL-Gotten Assets For DNAA
By Matthias Chang _ Future Fast-Forward
Following my video on Monday, I am now questioning the basis for the Plea Deal between Attorney-General, Malaysia and Riza Aziz for an order from the Sessions Court for a Discharge Not Amounting To An Acquittal (DNAA) in exchange for the rights of certain properties currently forfeited by the DOJ of the USA. It should be noted that Riza Aziz failed to make full disclosures of his assets and as such MACC demanded the surrender of additional assets and monies in a US Bank Account in April and May of 2020. Had the MACC neglected to demand these additional assets, Riza Aziz would have obtained a “Sweet Heart Deal.” However, I assert that even with the addditional assets being made part of the deal, it is aparrent that Riza Aziz have more assets than have been dosclosed.
Therefore, it is critical that a thorough review be undertaken to determine what other assets owned by Riza Aziz purchased with monies siphoned from the 1 MDB bond sales etc structured by the global banker, Goldman Sachs. Documents from the Californian Court conducting the Civil Forfeiture Proceedings against assets purchased with 1MDB monies, by Jho Low, Riza Aziz, Najib Razak and others are exhibited in this video address. It is hope that my video address will clarify the confusion giving rise to this Plea Bargain. We need to demand accountability from the lead prosecutor, Dato Seri Gopal Sri Ram, the former Head of MACC, Puan Latheefa Koya and the relevant Counsels in the AG Chambers, at the material time, as to the basis for the plea deal.
The DOJ, USA has done 90% or more of the work in the recovery of assets purchased with 1MDB monies. The forfeiture proceedings in the USA focused on recovery of assets and so, Malaysia should focus on criminal prosecutions. Faced with criminal prosecutions and without any viable defences, the accuseds would be more amenable to cooperate and deliver up ill-gotten assets in MITIGATION for a lesser sentence. It seems that our prosecutors have got their priorities wrong!