MACC seizes boxes of documents in eight-hour Felda raid

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The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today seized three boxes, believed to contain documents pertaining to a luxury hotel buy in London by the Felda Investment Corporation (FIC).

At least eight MACC officers came down to the lobby of the Felda office in Jalan Gurney, Kuala Lumpur, about 5.45pm - some eight hours after they had arrived there at 10.20 this morning.

They were seen pushing a trolley filled with the yellow-coloured boxes, before getting into a car and leaving the premises without engaging with the media...

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