Salleh obviously ignored the fact that the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) chambers and the police decided not to investigate the motive behind the assassination of Hussain Najadi.
PRESS STATEMENT We strongly protest and condemn Salleh Said Keruak’s incredible comments and allegations on Wednesday regarding the assassination of my late father Hussain Najadi in Malaysia on 29 July 2013.
It’s the Najadi family’s right, as the survivors, and we will not stop the noble cause to seek justice in Malaysia.
Salleh obviously ignored the fact that the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) and the police decided not to investigate the motive behind one of the most prominent assassinations in Malaysian history.
I was especially surprised that Salleh claimed that the assassination has nothing to do with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak or 1MDB. How can he know more than his own government?
He seems to know more than we do. We would welcome him sharing material facts that support his, in our opinion, ridiculous and daring statements.
I am in touch with certain international prosecutors who are investigating 1MDB. We demand from Malaysia to diligently investigate the assassination of Hussain Najadi with a proper transparent due process.
The Malaysian Government is a “globally observed and acknowledged world champion” in ignoring proper investigations on 1MDB and many other cases. This is why, dear Salleh, we have to take the assassination of Hussain Najadi in Malaysia to the United Nations through Nick Kaufman our legal expert in international criminal law.
It’s a shame on Malaysia and a shame on Salleh that he was making statements, as a sitting Minister, about a subject that does not even fall under his jurisdiction but under Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who has done nothing about the case.
We demand a thorough and transparent investigation by the relevant authorities in Malaysia.
We demand nothing less than a transparent due process to determine the motive behind the assassination of Hussain Najadi.