If blackmail involved, then PSI’s emails genuine


(Mkini) – Justo is charged with blackmailing, not tampering of information. Indeed if the information had been tampered, would PetroSaudi really be bothered by it? 

‘Unless there’s evidence, it’s more logical that emails not tampered.’

‘Tampering claim based on logical assumption’

Kim Quek: Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, you are merely speculating, while Sarawak Report has come out with concrete evidence as illustrated in its posting on June 26 that there was no tampering of the emails.

Significantly, this Sarawak Report posting has remained unchallenged to date, meaning that what it says is still the final authority on the subject of tampering.

So, unless Sarawak Report’s claim is disputed, we take it that any continuing speculation (like what Junaidi is doing) or any continuing accusation of tampering (like what Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and other Umno ministers are doing) is dishonest witch-hunting, deliberately done to hoodwink the public into believing that 1MDB and PM Najib Razak have been wrongly accused for this abominable scandal.

Swipenter: Wan Junaidi, your “logical assumption” does not hold any water in the face of Sarawak Report rebutting the alleged tampering of the emails.

Secondly, how can PetroSaudi International (PSI) be blackmailed using tampered emails?

Logically, former PetroSaudi employee Xavier Justo can only blackmail PetroSaudi using authentic copies of emails and they must contained information that the company wants to hide from everyone.

Now it is a logical assumption why Justo was arrested for alleged blackmail and not for tampering emails by the Thai authorities.

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