Musa Aman files to strike out his 46 corruption, money laundering charges

Hidir Reduan Abdul Rashid


Former Sabah chief minister Musa Aman has filed an application to strike out his 46 counts of corruption and money laundering charges linked to timber concessions.

The application is being made on the basis of the charges being groundless.

The accused’s counsel Francis Ng informed Kuala Lumpur High Court judge Muhammad Jamil Hussin during the mention of the case this morning.

Jamil then fixed 22 and 23 April to hear Musa’s striking out application...

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