600 pages of documents served on Rosmah's lawyers


KUALA LUMPUR - Over 600 pages of documents have been served on the legal team acting for Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor to facilitate her trial.

The wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had claimed trial to 17 counts of money laundering involving over RM7 million (S$2.31 million) when she was first charged on Oct 4.

During the proceedings before Sessions court judge Azura Alwi, deputy public prosecutor by fiat Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram informed the court that all trial-related documents pertaining to the case had been given to the defence.

"All documents were given to the defence on Oct 30 as stipulated under Section 51A of the Criminal Procedure Code," he told the judge during mention of the case yesterday.

Kumaraendran later suggested a month's duration before the mention date to enable him to get instruction from his client.

"We want to get instruction from our client before we can file an application to transfer the case to the High Court. We will file it as soon as possible," Kumaraendran said.

Azura agreed to give a one-month adjournment and set Dec 6 for mention for the defence to give an update on the application.

"Make sure the application to transfer to the High Court is filed," she added.

Rosmah, 66, was charged with 12 counts of allegedly engaging directly in transactions involving proceeds of unlawful activity by causing RM7,097,750 to be deposited into her bank account.

The offences were allegedly committed at the Affin Bank Bhd branch at Bangunan Getah Asli, 148, Jalan Ampang here between Dec 4, 2013, and June 8, 2017.

She also faces five counts of engaging in money laundering by failing to furnish a return on the RM7,097,750 income deposited into her bank account, which she was required to do under the Income Tax Act 1967.

The offences were said to have taken place at the Inland Revenue Board, Kompleks Bangunan Kerajaan, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim here on May 1 of each year between 2014 and this year.

Rosmah's attire and accessories capture attention during questioning

  • Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor has pleaded not guilty to all 17 charges of money laundering involving about RM7mil at the Sessions Court here Thursday (Oct 4).
  • The charges framed against her are under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act (AMLATFPUAA) 2001.
  • Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor was arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). According to her lawyers, she was arrested at 3.20pm while giving her statement at its headquarters here.
  • Rosmah had arrived at the MACC headquarters at 10.42am earlier on Wednesday (Oct 3). Clad in a light green baju kurung and matching headscarf, Rosmah looked calm as she walked past the gathered media.
  • The latest interrogation of the former Malaysian PM's wife by the country's anti-corruption officers is believed to evolve around the 1MDB scandal.
  • Ros­mah emerged from the MACC headquarters on Wed after a 13-hour interrogation. Although she looked exhausted, the 66-year-old afforded a meek smile to waiting journalists outside the building.
  • Her attire and accessories were the centre of attention on Sept 26, as she had colour coordinated her green baju kurung and tudung with a Loewe designer handbag and wedge shoes.
  • Rosmah looked calm when she alighted from a Proton Perdana and walked past a horde of journalists who converged outside the MACC building earlier in the morning.
  • This was the second time Rosmah had been questioned by the MACC.
  • The last time out, she wore a blue baju kurung and red tudung, with her bright red Versace handbag drawing the most stares.
  • The last time out, she wore a blue baju kurung and red tudung, with her bright red Versace handbag drawing the most stares.
  • Rosmah was questioned for about five hours by MACC investigators on June 5 over a probe into SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) subsidiary.
  • This time round, she entered the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters at 9.50am on Sept 26 and emerged at 10.40pm.
  • Last Thursday (Sept 20), Najib was slapped with 25 fresh corruption and money-laundering charges. He was granted bail of RM3.5 million (S$1.15 million) with two sureties in his latest court case.
  • Investigators have not ruled out that Najib as well as other individuals could be faced with even more charges related to the 1MDB case.
  • The United States Department of Justice has alleged that more than US$4.5bil (RM18bil) was misappropriated from 1MDB and that about US$680 million (S$929 million) ended up in Najib’s personal bank account.