Canadian TV show on the Stop Timber Corruption Campaign

Last Saturday, 3rd December, Canada’s Global Television broadcast an extensive report on timber corruption in Sarawak and the Taib family’s property business in Ottawa, Canada. The show features interviews with British journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown, Canadian linguist Ian Mackenzie, Canadian anthropologist Wade Davis, an anonymous Sarawakian and BMF director Lukas Straumann.

Taib’s daughter Jamilah Taib Murray and her Canadian husband Sean Murray who are accused of laundering the proceeds of Sarawak logging in Canada refused to appear in the show.

Please watch the show yourself under the following link and inform your friends on this important piece of news:×9/video/family+trees/video.html?v=2173509506&p=1&s=dd#video