“Parties are to exhaust affidavit by May 17.”
Ad hoc prosecutor Datuk V Sithambaram said Najib was evasive when asked about his plans to bring back RM3.6 billion that had been frozen by the Swiss authorities in 2013, during his cross-examination.
Trial judge placed unwavering reliance on 'interested witness' Ahmad Husni’s testimony, says Najib’s counsel
Lawyer Farhan Read, who is part of Najib’s defence team, said the court had to take into consideration that Ahmad Husni, who testified for the prosecution, is an interested witness who may want to see the former prime minister implicated.
Datuk Akberdin Abdul Kader, who is one of the counsels for the wife of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, said the defence had a look at the former top judge's appointment letter given by the prosecution as instructed by the Court of Appeal on Thursday
A copy of the minutes was produced by Tan Sri Ismee Ismail, who said he had retrieved the document from his car.
KAJ can appeal the matter further at the Federal Court and has 30 days to file an application.
“We only know that the sum of RM2 billion came in August 2011 and on the same day, it was transferred out ..."
Justice Datuk Abdul Karim Abdul Jalil, who is leading the three-member bench, interrupted submissions by counsel Harvinderjit Singh at times, asking him to move on as the issue he was covering had been submitted at length.
Defence raises questions about former YR1M CEO's credibility and quizzes court to call Najib for defence
Chief executive officer, Ung Su Ling, had earlier claimed that the directions to transfer the disputed sum of RM42 million of SRC International Sdn Bhd funds came from the former premier's principal private secretary, the late Datuk Azlin Alias.
This follows Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah's use of words that Justice Nazlan “had poisoned his grounds of judgement” in describing his allegation that the court had incorporated something that was not there in the judge's findings, when calling a prima facie case, in the final judgement.