Switzerland Is Still Chasing UBS Over Musa's Dirty Musa Money

Former Sabah chief minister Musa Aman said evidence of his innocence against graft charges were “very clear” and “indisputable”.

In a statement after immediately after he was granted a full acquittaltoday, Musa also thanked God for ensuring justice was served.

Alhamdulillah, I am grateful to God that finally, by God’s will, I am given justice and my name is cleared from all allegations,” said Musa.

In early 2019, Musa was brought to court on several occasions to face various charges – 46 in all – related to dirty money from timber companies.

The offences allegedly took place between 2004 and 2008, involving 16 companies and financial institutions in Hong Kong, China and Singapore.

Our comment

Like Najib over Riza, this man is not satisfied with being let off the hook, he wants everyone to believe the millions that were sent from Sabah timber tycoons to his offshore companies and Zurich bank account with the label ‘for timber licence’ on the transfer notes were innocent.

It is strange he never sued Sarawak Report for laying out this information back in 2012 in numerous articles if he was so “indisputably” innocent of the charge.

Even stranger that UBS is still being prosecuted in Switzerland for ‘money laundering’ this money through their bank.

Can Musa Aman explain?

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