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Prosecution: Zahid knew from day one, gave orders for charity funds’ misuse for credit card bills but later blamed ‘scapegoat’

KUALA LUMPUR : Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had actually knew from the start that the funds of charitable foundation Yayasan Akalbudi — where he is a trustee — were being misused for other purposes such as to pay for his and his wife’s personal credit card bills, the prosecution told the High Court today. 1.510 mais palavras


It was the smell of coffee

We all have this and we all try to ignores it when it is not Sunday. Yet that was for me the setting this morning. I was going through the Guardian with the smell of coffee in my nose. 677 mais palavras


Is President Biden under investigation by his own Department of Justice?

A new report suggests then Vice President Biden and his son, Hunter, shared finances and Hunter’s company, Rosemont Seneca Partners, was essentially Joe Biden, Inc.  The FBI is currently investigating Hunter Biden and should surely be connecting the dots, but the media remains strangely uninterested in what has all the makings of a classic scandal. 1.992 mais palavras


They owned more than 20 luxury cars and motorcycles

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court was told today that Yayasan Akalbudi did not own any luxury cars and motorcycles, although the foundation’s funds were used to pay the vehicles’ insurance policies. 179 mais palavras


Prosecution: Saying Zahid had no access to charity’s cheques in locked drawer just an ‘excuse’

KUALA LUMPUR : The prosecution today (Oct 14) rubbished the idea that Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi would not have noticed whether the cheques he was signing were from his personal cheque book or that of charitable foundation Yayasan Akalbudi when paying for unrelated expenses such as credit card bills, as they would have been of a different colour. 1.385 mais palavras


Prosecution: Zahid helping daughter to buy Bali hotel was true purpose of charity’s RM17.9m transfer

KUALA LUMPUR : The prosecution today (Oct 14) suggested that the real reason why charitable foundation Yayasan Akalbudi’s RM17.9 million was transferred to a law firm — where it is allegedly not even a client — was for Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to help his daughter buy shares in a company that had a hotel in Bali, Indonesia. 875 mais palavras


Prosecution: Zahid’s lawyers ‘fitting square peg in round hole’, charity’s RM10.3m cheques to companies not for poverty eradication

KUALA LUMPUR : Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s lawyers had been trying to justify his use of Yayasan Akalbudi’s funds to give out RM10 million to a coal supplying company and RM360,000 to a voter registration firm, but these companies ultimately do not fit within the charity’s aims of eradicating poverty, the prosecution told the High Court today (Oct 13). 1.040 mais palavras