Thursday, November 26, 2015
Abdul Rahman dismisses Charles’ allegations over Kevin’s murder
The Barisan Nasional strategic communications director said the allegations were outlandish, adding that the timing was “too convenient”.
He said Charles Suresh, who had signed a statutory declaration claiming that he had information implicating certain personalities in his brother’s death, should refer to the statement of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
“If Charles would just follow-up with what’s happening, the MACC already made a police report stating that the charge sheet (against the Prime Minister) was false.
“I can’t help but looking at the entire episode surrounding the PM as every time there’s an event as big as the Umno general assembly, some issue will surface.
“The timing is too convenient,” he told reporters when met outside the Dewan Rakyat Thursday.
In a series of tweets earlier, Abdul Rahman said Charles had raised these allegations long after the murder but just before the Umno general assembly.
“MACC said the charge sheet was unfounded. Everyone except Charles knows SRC investigation is still ongoing. How can there be a charge sheet?
“Another wayang (show) with bad script and equally bad actor,” he added.
In a statutory declaration on Wednesday, Charles had claimed that his brother sent him a thumbdrive a month before his disappearance for safekeeping.
He said Kevin had told him that the thumbdrive contained information which “implicates certain personalities” in the country.
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