Tommy Thomas didn’t agree to plea bargain with Riza - Report

Modified 14 May 2020, 2:13 pm

Former attorney-general Tommy Thomas has reportedly disputed MACC’s claim that he had agreed to the plea bargain between the prosecution and movie producer Riza Abdul Aziz.

According to The Malaysian Insight today, Thomas said he was aware that Riza’s lawyers had made representations to his chambers regarding the money laundering charges against their client.

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