Top MACC man opts for early retirement, allegedly frustrated over SRC case

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A Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) investigator who played a pivotal role in the SRC International probe has opted for early retirement.

Bahri Mohd Zin, 58, who was director of MACC’s Special Operations Division retired last Friday, two years ahead of his official retirement. He had served in the MACC as well as its precursor, the Anti-Corruption Agency, for over 30 years.

The special division he headed was formed in 2010 to investigate high-profile cases, especially those involving corruption of more than RM1 million.

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