AG: We are still trying to hook ‘big fish’ in PKFZ scandal

(Free Malaysia Today) – Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail is saying that investigators are still working on obtaining evidence to charge “bigger fish” linked to the RM12.5 billion Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal in the nearest possible time.

“You don’t swindle that kind of money if you’re not a big fish. So let’s get this straight first then we go to the next one.

“After four to five months, at least we produced three people. This is not the end of the matter. “I can assure you that PKFZ is going in the right direction. It’s going fine” Gani was quoted as saying in an interview with the Sun recently.

In urging the public to be patient, he said the three charged so far was not the final number of those who will be made to account for the scandal.

He said evidence have to be obtained to charge more people. “There will be more to come and in the nearest possible time. They’re working on it,” said Gani who is a member of the Super Task Force probing the scandal.

Every other day, he said the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and police are sitting down together to pore over a huge volume of documents related to PKFZ.