No conspiracy to oust then IGP Musa, says ex-top cop

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EXCLUSIVE Former Commercial Crime Investigations Department (CCID) director Ramli Yusuff insists that there was no conspiracy on his part to bring down former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan.

According to Ramli, it was Musa who held a grudge against him and used a shady character, who was arrested in October 2006, to concoct lies against him when a number of top officers were vying for the post of deputy inspector-general of police.

The DIGP is second in line to the IGP, the supreme commander of the police force, a post which Musa was eyeing...

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