Part 7: The MACC NFA the case against Khir Toyo (4)

on Oct 5, 2010

Nazri Aziz said it is up to the public to judge whether what RPK writes is true or otherwise, but pointed out that the fugitive blogger should not make things more difficult for the authorities than they already are. “There is some good to it (RPK's blog postings) because at least the MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) can act on it if it's true. But if you do things this way, people will get confused and it will make it difficult for the MACC to do its work. If any investigation is launched, it will spook the witnesses and evidence would be destroyed, among other things,” he said. -- Malaysiakini



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