'Unreliable' testimony should've sunk SRC case against Najib, court told

Hidir Reduan Abdul Rashid


The unreliable key testimony of former SRC International director Suboh Yassin should have collapsed the prosecution’s RM42 million corruption case against Najib Abdul Razak, the Court of Appeal heard.

The former premier’s lead defence counsel Muhammad Shafee Abdullah today told the three-person Court of Appeal bench that Suboh gave inconsistent testimony during the RM42 million SRC International corruption trial against former prime minister Najib.

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