Rosmah Mansor and Money Laundering…

10 April 2019


Malay Mail @malaymail

Rosmah: A recap of her 19 criminal charges so far




KUALA LUMPUR, April 10 — Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor is back at the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex today where she is expected to be hit with charges related to a RM1.25 billion solar panel installation project in Sarawak schools.

Rosmah, who is the wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, arrived in a black Proton Perdana dressed in a turquoise baju kurung and headscarf at 8.52am today.

In a statement yesterday, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) said the charges are to be under Section 16(A)(a) of the MACC Act 2009.


5 October 2018


It’s ALL about Rosmah




Prominent businessperson Halim Saad is the purported witness which Rosmah Mansor was alleged to have approached, claimed the prosecution today in saying the wife of former premier Najib Abdul Razak had tried to tamper with witnesses in the past.

This was disclosed during today’s proceeding when appointed special prosecutor Gopal Sri Ram submitted a police report to Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court judge Azura Alwi.

Although Sri Ram did not name Halim, his name was brought up by Rosmah’s defence team led by K Kumaraendran and Geethan Ram Vincent who asked what Halim had to do with the case.

They pointed out the police report was not lodged by him but by a MACC officer.

Sri Ram had earlier said he wanted Rosmah’s bail for her money-laundering charges be denied as he claimed she had the propensity to tamper with witnesses.

This led Sri Ram, a former Federal Court judge, to submit the police report which was lodged last Friday to prove his point.

4 October 2018




KUALA LUMPUR: The Sessions Court set RM2 million bail for Rosmah Mansor and ordered that she surrender her passport and refrain from interfering with potential witnesses in the case.

Judge Azura Alwi set the amount after hearing arguments from fiat prosecutor Gopal Sri Ram and Rosmah’s lawyers, K Kumaraendran and Geethan Ram Vincent.

Gopal had initially asked for RM10 million.

RM500,000 of the bail will be paid today, with the remainder to be paid by Oct 11.

Rosmah, the wife of former prime minister Najib Razak, was slapped with 17 charges of money laundering amounting to RM14 million in the transfer of 1MDB funds into her bank account.

She claimed trial to all 17 charges.



LOKMAN Noor Adam yesterday accused Dr Mahathir Mohamad of being the mastermind behind the arrests of Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor.The Umno Supreme Council member was the organiser of a show of support for Rosmah and told the crowd of 50 outside the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s headquarters that the prime minister is to blame.




KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—The wife of former Prime Minister Najib Razak was arrested by antigraft authorities Wednesday in connection with a multibillion-dollar financial scandal that brought down his government.

Rosmah Mansor, 66 years old, was taken into custody at the agency’s headquarters and was to be held overnight before being presented with formal charges in court for violating money-laundering statutes, the agency said in a statement.

The former first lady, who is known for her lavish spending, is seen by investigators as a central force in the scandal. Investigators and people close to her told The Wall Street Journal that she possessed extensive influence over decisions made by Mr. Najib when he was premier.

In civil lawsuits, the U.S. Department of Justice says at least $4.5 billion was misappropriated from 1MDB, which, if true, would make it one of the largest-ever financial heists. In addition to the U.S., Malaysia, Singapore and Switzerland have launched criminal investigations into 1MDB. The Swiss Attorney-General has said that around $7 billion originating from 1MDB and a former unit flowed through the global financial system between 2009 and 2015.

Ms. Rosmah’s lawyers said they weren’t informed of the nature of the charges or of her detention. Separately, Mr. Najib was questioned by police for three hours. No details were disclosed.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has conducted several marathon rounds of questioning Ms. Rosmah in investigations related to 1MDB, including into SRC International Sdn Bhd., a former unit of 1MDB established in 2011 as a vehicle for overseas energy investments. SRC was placed under the Finance Ministry’s control in 2012.

Ms. Rosmah’s spending for years made her a lightning rod for anger over suspected corruption and Malaysians have singled her out for much of the blame for the scandal. Ms. Rosmah previously described criticism of her spending as politically motivated.

Ms. Rosmah has accumulated one of the world’s largest collections of pink diamonds, according to a Malaysian businessman who said he helped select some of the gems. One diamond she acquired was valued at $27 million, according to the U.S. Justice Department. A man U.S. investigators believe played a critical role in the 1MDB affair—and who has also described helping procure diamonds for Ms. Rosmah—has estimated her collection’s value at $350 million.

Raids on Najib residences have unearthed $28 million in cash stuffed into suitcases and more than $266 million worth of handbags, luxury watches, jewelry and other goods, police said.

The Malaysian investigation has also focused on Mr. Najib’s stepson, Riza Aziz, who faced four days of questioning by antigraft officials in July. A Justice Department lawsuit details how Mr. Riza, a onetime banker, allegedly received tens of millions of dollars from 1MDB, which U.S. officials say he used to buy property in London, Los Angeles and New York and to finance a Hollywood film company. Mr. Riza has denied any wrongdoing.


3 October 2018




PUTRAJAYA: Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor…has been arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

According to sources, she was arrested at 3.20pm while giving her statement to the MACC.

It is learnt the wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will be charged for money laundering Thursday (Oct 4).





26 September 2018


25 September 2018



5 June 2018



From its quilted design to the Grecian motif rings on the short straps, Rosmah’s bag of the day bore a striking resemblance to Versace’s Demetra bag from the Italian fashion house’s Vanitas line. Malay Mail was unable to see if it had the Medusa round medallion charm that is a signature Versace look and comes with the bag.





Rosmah appoints new legal team, Najib and lawyers part ways

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Former premier Najib Abdul Razak’s wife Rosmah Mansor has appointed a new defence team to accompany her to the MACC over its investigation on the misappropriation of SRC International funds.

Lawyers K Kumaraendran and Geethan Ram Vincent are accompanying Rosmah to MACC today.

“Yes, I am representing Rosmah with Geethan, but not Najib,” senior counsel Kumaraendran told Malaysiakini when contacted.

Meanwhile, in another development, former solicitor general II Yusof Zainal Abiden and senior lawyer M Puravalen are reported to have part ways with Najib on mutual consent.


Former PM’s wife Rosmah Mansor arrives for questioning by Malaysia anti-graft agency over 1MDB funds

PUTRAJAYA – Former prime minister Najib Razak’s wife Rosmah Mansor has arrived at Malaysia’s anti-graft agency headquarters to assist in the probe into the alleged misappropriation of funds at SRC International, a former subsidiary of state investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

The 66-year-old, clad in a blue baju kurung with a red veil and carrying a matching red Versace handbag,  arrived at 10.45am to have her statement recorded by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).






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1 Response to Rosmah Mansor and Money Laundering…

  1. Doris Looi says:

    If have money can get away with Murder her face looks like a witch

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