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Sleeping Sickness hits the Yard?

Such outbreaks are rare in temperate climates but there must be some explanation for the total inaction by the Met. in the case of the London based company PetroSaudi. And at least sickness is an affliction to which one can succumb without blame. Unlike failure to do one’s duty or failing to see a major crime when it has been reported in a national newspaper and the criminals have not sued.

In case memory is also affected by this affliction the case concerns the fact that this London oil company received some 300 million dollars from a Seychelles registered company, Good Star which it did NOT own and that money was part of a billion dollars stolen from the Malaysian Government fund 1MDB by one Jho Low and the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak. Anyone doubting this may see the full truth in the statement issued by the US Department of Justice.

So what are the Yard doing about this established crime? Or is 300 million dollars too small an amount to rouse the Met from its apparent torpor? British taxpayers would like to know the answer to that question. Will the double-barrelled boss give one? Or at least take the necessary action to investigate this mega crime? The public, who pay for the Met are waiting for an

Such outbreaks are rare in temperate climates but there must be some explanation for the total inaction by the Met. in the case of the London based company PetroSaudi. And at least sickness is an affliction to which one can succumb without blame. Unlike failure to do one’s duty or failing to see a major crime when it has been reported in a national newspaper and the criminals have not sued.

In case memory is also affected by this affliction the case concerns the fact that this London oil company received some 300 million dollars from a Seychelles registered company, Good Star which it did NOT own and that money was part of a billion dollars stolen from the Malaysian Government fund 1MDB by one Jho Low and the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak. Anyone doubting this may see the full truth in the statement issued by the US Department of Justice.

So what are the Yard doing about this established crime? Or is 300 million dollars too small an amount to rouse the Met from its apparent torpor? British taxpayers would like to know the answer to that question. Will the double-barrelled boss give one? Or at least take the necessary action to investigate this mega crime? The public, who pay for the Met are waiting for an answer.

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