Ex-spy chief who faces US$12.1m CBT charge wants bank account unfrozen

Anne Muhammad


Former Malaysian External Intelligence Organisation (MEIO) director Hasanah Abdul Hamid, who is facing a criminal breach of trust charge involving US$12.1 million in government funds, wants her bank account to be unfrozen.

The request was made by her lawyer Shaharudin Ali, who said Hasanah needed access to her account to pay her legal fees...

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