Money trail controversy
We agreed by consensus to express our support for Najib.
Ismail Sabri, Agriculture and Agro-based industry minister, announcing that the cabinet had stated its support for Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in facing the allegations made by The Wall Street Journal over 1Malaysia Development Berhad funds
The freeze orders issued on July 6 did not involve any accounts allegedly held by the prime minister.
Abdul Gani Patail, Attorney General, dismissing reports claiming that the special task force froze three bank accounts belonging to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak
We leave it to Allah. We can only pray.
Rosmah Mansor, wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak, on how she felt over the allegations against her husband
The investigation by the special task force is to determine whether WSJ's allegation that I took 1MDB funds for my personal interest has basis or not. The investigation must consider the veracity of the documents published by the newspaper to support their actions.
Najib Razak, explaining the scope of the special task force investigating The Wall Street Journal's claims against him was whether he used 1MDB funds for his personal interest
I would like to stress again that I had never taken 1MDB's funds for my personal interest. The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) allegation is made with malicious intent, guided and supported by certain quarters in the country which intend to force me to resign as prime minister and Umno president.
Najib Razak, reiterating that he had never taken any of 1MDB's funds for personal gain
We will investigate The Wall Street Journal. If we let anyone leak an individual's or company's banking information this could threaten the country's economy and amount to economic sabotage.
Khalid Abu Bakar, Inspector-Generap of Police, announcing that the police would investigate The Wall Street Journal over leaked banking documents pertaining to the report that alleged RM2.6 billion of 1MDB-linked funds were transferred into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s personal bank accounts
If you can make money, and there's a willing buyer, why not? As we said before this (property) business is about investment.
Annuar Musa, Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) chairman, saying the institution would consider selling its controversial overseas properties if there’s profit to be made
Murder of Hussain Ahmad Najadi
The Malaysians never pursued him and it’s been dropped.
Pascal Najadi, son to AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi, accusing Malaysian police of allowing the mastermind behind the assassination to escape