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MENIPU SAKIT, SATU KESALAHAN RASUAH?

Oleh: Mohamad Tarmize bin Abdul Manaf

Salah satu kesalahan di bawah Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009 (Akta SPRM 2009) adalah mengemukakan dokumen tuntutan palsu. Seksyen 18 akta itu menyatakan bahawa menjadi satu kesalahan apabila mana-mana orang mengemukakan dokumen tuntutan (contohnya, pesanan kerajaan, resit dan invoice) yang mempunyai butiran palsu dengan niat untuk menipu prinsipalnya (pejabat/majikan).

Contoh kepada kesalahan ini adalah, seorang kontraktor menuntut bayaran bagi projek yang sebenarnya tidak dibuat atau belum siap. Contoh kedua, seorang pembekal membuat tuntutan bagi 20 kamera DSLR yang kononnya telah dibekalkan. Hakikatnya, beliau hanya membekalkan 20 kamera digital yang harganya jauh lebih rendah.

Selain daripada itu, tahukah anda bahawa mengemukakan sijil saksi atau MC boleh menjadi kesalahan rasuah? Ia merupakan kesalahan di bawah kategori mengemukakan tuntutan palsu.

cuti sakit palsu

cuti sakit palsu

Mungkin anda tertanya-tanya bagaimana ia boleh termasuk dalam kesalahan tersebut? Ada juga yang secara sinis berkata, “Adakah terdapat kes sebenar yang berlaku? Atau sekadar teori akademik?”

Untuk menjawab soalan-soalan tersebut, mari kita bersama-sama menghayati satu kes otoriti yang melibatkan sijil sakit palsu iaitu Nadimuthu v. Public prosecutor (1972) 1 LNS 96.

 

Dalam kes ini, Nadimuthu yang bekerja di Malayan Railways (nama lama bagi Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad) telah mengemukakan dua sijil sakit yang diperoleh daripada Lum Dispensary seperti berikut:

  1. Sijil sakit bertarikh 5 Ogos 1968 yang memberi beliau cuti sakit sebanyak sehari; dan
  2. Sijil sakit bertarikh 7 Ogos 1968 yang memberi beliau cuti sakit sebanyak sehari;

Dalam kedua-dua sijil sakit tersebut, beliau dikatakan telah diperiksa oleh Dr. Lum Weng Song (MBBS Hong Kong) yang mengesahkan beliau tidak sihat dan tidak berupaya (unfit) untuk menjalankan tugas pada tarikh berkenaan. Beliau diberikan cuti sakit yang melayakkan beliau menerima gaji penuh.

Kedua-dua sijil sakit berkenaan didapati tidak benar kerana beliau tidak sakit pada tarikh-tarikh berkenaan. Nadimuthu dituduh di mahkamah di bawah seksyen 4(c) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1961. Peruntukan lama ini bolehlah disamakan dengan seksyen 18 Akta SPRM 2009.

Akhirnya, mahkamah mendapati Nadimuthu bersalah dan didenda $25 bagi setiap pertuduhan. Gaji dua hari yang dibayar semasa beliau ‘cuti sakit’ dibayar balik kepada Malayan Railways. Alasannya beliau telah ponteng kerja tanpa alasan.

Nadimuthu merayu dengan alasan sijil sakit tidak termasuk dalam maksud dalam 4(c) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1961.

Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi, Y.A Hakim Abdul Hamid telah mengekalkan sabitan dengan alasan berikut:

  1. Dokumen sijil sakit termasuk dalam tafsiran ’other document’ seksyen 4(c) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1961.
  2. Apabila Nadimuthu tidak hadir kerja dengan mengemukakan dua sijil sakit tersebut, sijil tersebut melayakkan beliau diberi dua hari cuti bergaji penuh.
  3. Sijil tersebut juga melayakkan beliau dibayar dua hari gaji oleh Malayan Railways.
  4. Faktor itu menjadikan sijil sakit adalah dokumen yang mempunyai nilai kewangan.

Diharap kes ini dapat memberi iktibar kepada masyarakat agar tidak memandang mudah kepada cuti sakit. Doktor dan pegawai perubatan juga perlu berwaspada agar tidak terlibat sekiranya ada ’pesakit’ yang tidak sakit memohon MC daripada anda.

Akhir sekali, laporkan sebarang jenayah rasuah. Anda boleh lakukan perubahan, perangi rasuah.

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Minister to IAACA Delegates: MACC & MACA Successful In Upholding Governance and Integrity

PANAMA CITYThe setting up of a Governance and Integrity Ministry by the Malaysia government bears testament to the strong political towards achieving a corruption-free society, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Senator Datuk Paul Low Seng Kuan to the international delegates.

Malaysia Joined OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transaction

Malaysia Joined OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transaction

During the Conference of State Parties to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption on 25 November 2013 hosted by the Panama government, he also highlighted the success stories and achievements of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) as well as the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA).

Among the highlights of his keynote address:

1) MACC

Fashioned after the ICAC of Hong Kong (SAR), the MACC unlike its predecessor, is now “detached” from the Prime Minister’s Department and reports directly to the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board and the Parliament (Select) Committee on Corruption.

Additionally the MACC’s core functions of prevention and investigation are scrutinized by the Corruption Prevention and Consultation Panel, the Operation Review Panel and a Complaints Committee.

A Service Commission has also been formed to streamline hiring of specialized resources, and the status of the Chief Commissioner is being elevated to be on par with the Auditor General, Attorney General and Judiciary in terms of his independence.

2) MALAYSIA’S KEY ANTI-CORRUPTION INITIATIVES

Hand-in-hand with punitive and integrity measures as per the MACC Act 2009, the Government has also implemented several additional initiatives under its NKRA – Fighting Corruption Strategy as follows:

1.    Enactment of the Witness Protection Act 2009.

2.    Enactment of the Whistle Blowers Protection Act 2010.

3.    Setting up specialized courts to try corruption cases.

4.    “Name & shame” data base for offenders prosecuted for corruption offences.

Additionally, we have also embarked on other integrity enhancement initiatives:

·         Corporate Integrity Pledges (CIP) by companies or corporate bodies to uphold principles of integrity in doing business (to date about 279 CIPs have been signed).

·         Integrity Pacts (IP) between the Government and its vendors not to participate in corrupt practices.

·         Electronic procurement processes to ensure transparency and reduce human interaction in bidding, etc.

·         Doing away with lobbying through the use of “support” letters to influence decision makers.

·         “Hot” job rotation exercise – to overcome officials establishing unhealthy relationships with suppliers.

·         Reducing bureaucratic delays – cutting down usage of long complicated processes, one-stop centre for government services.

 

New initiatives of the Government include:

·         Removing middlemen in Government Procurement.

·         Inclusion of criminal liability of legal persons clause in the MACCA 2009.

·         Amending existing provisions of the MACCA 2009 in regards to asset declaration.

One recently announced development is that the MACC will head and oversee Integrity Units in all Ministries, Government Departments and Agencies (mainly high-risk organisations). The Units will be headed and supervised by experienced officers from the anti-graft body itself.

 

3) INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

On 2nd September 2010, Malaysia was one of the first to sign the Agreement for the setting up of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) – a joint initiative between the UNODC – and contributed RM 1 million towards its initial establishment. The Chief Commissioner of MACC currently serves as the Vice Chairman of IACA’s Board of Governors.

The MACC is also one of ten Southeast Asian Anti-Corruption Agencies to have signed a MoU on Preventing and Combating Corruption within the region – called the South East Asia Parties Against Corruption (SEA-PAC).

4) PROCESS OF REVIEW

Comments made by the experts from the Philippines and Kenya in the recently concluded desk review and country visit processes on Malaysia’s implementation of Chapters III and IV of UNCAC have been noted and taken to serve as a positive guide for our future improvements.

With regards to this, Malaysia would like to thank the Secretariat and these experts for having done an excellent job during the first review cycle for Malaysia. Some of the successes and good practices in implementing Chapter III and IV of the Convention are:

·         14 specialized anti-corruption courts have been in existence since 2011. Judges are instructed to hear cases within one year and can be held accountable for non-compliance. Other initiatives which helped to reduce the case backlog were the introduction of pre-trial conferences and plea bargaining.

·         Various initiatives on corruption prevention are carried out with the private sector, such as integrity pacts, monitoring committees for large projects and integrity pledges. Large Malaysian corporations regularly employ Integrity Officers and have no-gifts policies in place. MACC provides training for the private sector and has seconded a small number of MACC officers to large companies.

·         Malaysia has in place specialized and skilled manpower who actively cooperate with their foreign counterparts. Dedicated training, capacity building and exchange programmes – including through MACA – are among the international good practices for information exchange, cooperation and corruption prevention.

·         The use of joint investigations and an operational working group with Brunei Darussalam are good examples of law enforcement cooperation among countries at the policy and operational level.

5) KUALA LUMPUR STATEMENT ON ANTI-CORRUPTION STRATEGIES

On behalf of the anti-corruption authorities as well as national planning authorities from the 20 South, East and Southeast Asian countries (namely, in alphabetical order: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, India, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste, Thailand and Vietnam) I would like to take this opportunity to make a statement formulated during the Asia Regional Meeting on Anti-Corruption Strategies held in Kuala Lumpur between 21-22 October 2013 organized jointly by UNDP Pacific Centre and UNODC Regional Centre for East Asia with the Government of Malaysia.

The Kuala Lumpur Statement on Anti-Corruption Strategies is formulated in line with Article 5 (1) of UNCAC which states:

Article 5 (1) of UNCAC specifies, that “each State Party shall, in accordance with the fundamental principles of its legal system, develop and implement or maintain effective, coordinated anti-corruption policies that promote the participation of society and reflect the principles of the rule of law, proper management of public affairs and public property, integrity, transparency and accountability.”

This statement does not pretend to supersede the UNODC/ UNICRI “Technical Guide to the United Nations Convention against Corruption” on Chapter II Article 5, but has been developed to fine tune and enhance said “Technical Guide” to further promote the implementation of the Convention in a sustainable and manageable manner by all State Parties, noting that compliance with the Convention is not an end by itself.

The participants at the Meeting which also represented State Parties to the Convention have agreed to a set of guidelines termed “The Kuala Lumpur Statement on Anti-Corruption Strategies” mainly because it was formulated at the host-country, Malaysia. The participants also support the commitment of Malaysia to make this statement officially at the Conference and urge that all State Parties to the Convention adopt these guidelines as complementary to the Technical Guide.

Allow me also to take this opportunity to thank the organizers of the Asia Regional Meeting on Anti-Corruption Strategies namely UNDP Pacific Centre and UNODC Regional Centre for East Asia for spearheading this initiative in anticipation of the Second Review Cycle on Chapter II of UNCAC.

6) COUNTRIES IN REVIEW BY MALAYSIA

Year 4 will see Malaysia reviewing both the good countries of Palau and Turkey.

Anti-corruption is a common task facing every country in the world, and strengthening exchanges and cooperation in anti-corruption has become an inevitable choice of the international community. Given differences in the level of economic development, political and legal systems, historical and cultural background, as well as in legislation, investigation, prosecution and punitive measures for fighting and preventing corruption crimes, countries and regions may be different in their anti-corruption work development. Nonetheless, we should, in the spirit of mutual respect, mutually benefit and support one another to jointly fight and prevent transnational corruption crimes.

 

7) MACA

I want to use this occasion to reaffirm that Malaysia stands committed to share and exchange information intelligence with our international anti-corruption counterparts. We shall continue to strengthen our international commitment through the provision of capacity and capability building and provide technical assistance to other member states.

The Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA) offers training programs tailored to both local and international participants, and is one of the strong supporters of the IACA – which will be conducting one of the seven modules of its Masters in Anti-Corruption Studies Programme in Kuala Lumpur.

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Pengarah NFC mohon dibicarakan bagi 4 tuduhan

Aidila Razak
3:04PM Mac 12, 2012

Suami menteri kabinet Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil – Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail hari ini mohon dibicarakan bagi empat pertuduhan yang dikenakan ke atas dirinya.
Dua daripada pertuduhan itu adalah pecah amanah mengikut Seksyen 409 Kanun Keseksaan manakala dua lagi adalah mengikut Seksyen 132 Akta Syarikat.

Dua pertuduhan pertama itu adalah atas kesalahan menggunakan RM9,758,140 dana National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) untuk membeli dua unit kondominium di kompleks One Menerung, di Bangsar, pada 2 dan 4 Disember, 2009.

Kesalahan berikutnya pula membabitkan pemindahan RM40 juta dana NFC kepadaNational Meat ands Livestock Corporation, dari 5 Mei hingga Nov 16, 2009.

Dalam kedua-dua kes, Mohamad Salleh yang merupakan pengerusi eksekutif NFC didakwa menggunakan dana tanpa kelulusan mesyuarat agung tahunan NFC.

Ini menjadi suatu kesalahan di bawah Seksyen 132 Akta Syarikat 1965.

Isteri beliau, Shahrizat yang juga Ketua Wanita Umno berbaju kurung dan bertudung serba putih yang mengikuti proses pendakwaan di dalam mahkamah dan bagi memberikan sokongan.

Selain Mohamad Salleh, tiga orang anak mereka juga merupakan lembaga pengarah dalam syarikat berkenaan.
Ikat jamin ditetapkan pada RM500,000 bagi kedua-dua kes. Anak pasangan itu Wan Shahinur Izmir membayar wang ikat jamin.

Kes itu ditetapkan untuk sebutan pada 13 April ini.

Shahrizat semalam mengumumkan peletakan jawatan sebagai Menteri Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat berkuat kuasa 8 April apabila tamat penggal lantikan sebagai Ahli Dewan Negara (Senator).

Namun, beliau akan mengekalkan jawatannya sebagai Ketua Wanita Umno.

Isu NFC timbul dalam Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010 pada Oktober tahun lalu yang menyentuh mengenai prestasi projek ternakan lembu yang diusahakan syarikat itu di Gemas, Negeri Sembilan.

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Pengarah Bomba Pulau Pinang didakwa atas pertuduhan rasuah

oleh : Bernama

December 28, 2010

SUNGAI PETANI, 28 Dis — Pengarah Jabatan Bomba Pulau Pinang, Ahmad Izram Osman mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini terhadap dua pertuduhan menerima rasuah berjumlah RM16,325 pada Februari tahun lepas.

Bagi pertuduhan pertama, Ahmad Izram, 44, dituduh menerima suapan RM3,000 iaitu sebahagian bayaran pendahuluan bagi pembelian kenderaan Toyota Vios nombor

pendaftaran PS52 daripada Hasmawi Ahmad dan pertuduhan kedua menerima RM13,325

sebagai baki bayaran pendahuluan kereta itu daripada Hasmawi.

Dia dituduh melakukan kedua-dua kesalahan itu di pejabat Telagamas Motors Sdn Bhd, Jalan Petaling, Taman Seri Petaling, Kulim, Kedah pada 17 Feb, 2009.

Suapan itu adalah sebagai upah untuk beliau kononnya mendapatkan kontrak kerja pembaikan dan penyelenggaraan pejabat tingkat 2 dan 3, Bahagian Penguatkuasaan Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Pulau Pinang bernilai RM150,016 dan sebagai dorongan kerana membantu mendapatkan kontrak kerja pembaikan dan penyelenggaran bilik standby lelaki Ibu Pejabat jabatan itu di Pulau Pinang bernilai RM198,000 kepada syarikat Rohaya Gemilang Enterprise.

Bagi kedua-dua pertuduhan itu, dia didakwa mengikut Seksyen 17(a) Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009 yang memperuntukkan hukuman penjara maksimum 20 tahun dan denda lima kali ganda nilai suapan atau RM10,000 atau mana yang lebih tinggi, jika sabit kesalahan.

Ahmad Izram juga menghadapi pertuduhan pilihan iaitu menggunakan kedudukannya menerima untuk diri sendiri wang tunai berjumlah RM16,325 tanpa balasan daripada Hasmawi pada Februari 2009.

Wang itu adalah bayaran pendahuluan untuk pembelian kereta Toyota Vios tersebut.

Pertuduhan pilihan itu dibuat mengikut Seksyen 165, Kanun Keseksaan yang membawa hukuman penjara tidak lebih dua tahun, atau dengan denda atau kedua-duanya jika sabit kesalahan.

Hakim Rusita Md Lazim membenarkan tertuduh diikat jamin RM15,000 dengan seorang penjamin dan menetapkan 26 Jan depan sebagai tarikh sebutan semula kes itu.

Ahmad Izram diwakili peguam H. T. Saw manakala pendakwaan dikendalikan pegawai pendakwa dari Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Janariah Abdul Mutalib. — Bernama

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Ex-Immigration No 2 gets total 56 years for graft

By NURBAITI HAMDAN

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Immigration deputy director-general Yusof Abu Bakar has been jailed a total of 56 years and fined a total of RM620,000 by a Sessions Court.

Judge Abu Bakar Katar, however, ordered the sentences on 14 bribery charges to run concurrently. Thus, Yusof will be required to serve only six years. The judge allowed an application by Yusof’s counsel for a stay pending appeal to the High Court.

Last Thursday, Yusof was found guilty of the charges involving RM121,500 over the approval of visit passes of Chinese nationals two years ago. He allegedly received the money from a sales manager between March 21 and June 25, 2008.

The offences were committed at his office in Putrajaya, at a hotel in Jalan Bukit Bintang and at the Caltex petrol station in Jalan Pudu. All the charges were under Section 11 (a) of the Anti-Corruption Act 1997 and punishable under Section 16 of the same act.

Abu Bakar had imposed the lowest jail term at two years and the highest at six years and the lowest fine at RM10,000 and the highest at RM92,000 for the 14 charges.

Earlier, Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Sophian Zakaria of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) objected to the application for a stay of execution, saying the defence had failed to show any special circumstances in the oral application.

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Bekas Hakim Syariah kena 19 tahun

Bekas Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi Syariah Perak, Hassan Basri Shapie, 56, dijatuhkan hukuman penjara 19 tahun dan denda RM210,000 atas tujuh tuduhan Rasuah. Bagaimanapun, dia hanya perlu menjalani hukuman penjara 10 tahun kerana beberapa hukuman berjalan serentak.

Hakim Mahkamah Sesyen, Tan Hooi Leng, berkata pihak pendakwaan melakukan tuduhan secara teliti dan berjaya berhujah hingga kes itu dibuktikan tanpa keraguan munasabah. “Tertuduh didapati bersalah di atas semua tuduhan. Saya membenarkan hukuman penjara ditangguhkan sehingga keputusan rayuan,” katanya di sini, semalam.

Pendakwaan dilakukan Pengarah Bahagian Pendakwaan Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), Datuk Abdul Razak Musa. T Shan yang mewakili Hassan berkata, beliau akan memfailkan rayuan hari ini. Hassan Basri yang memakai sut kelabu kelihatan tenang ketika hakim menjatuhkan hukuman tetapi isterinya, Maznah Idris, 49, yang berada di galeri awam menangis teresak-esak.

Hassan Basri didakwa melakukan tujuh kesalahan berkaitan suapan bagi melepaskan wang ikat jamin lima pelayan pelanggan (GRO) dan perbicaraan kes poligami. Dia dituduh melakukan kesalahan itu antara Ogos 2006 hingga September 2007 dan didakwa mengikut Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1997. Bagi pertuduhan pertama, Hassan Basri dituduh meminta suapan RM3,000 daripada Mohamad Imran Abdullah di Restoran Wawa, Tambun kirakira jam 8.15 malam pada 15 Ogos 2007 bagi melepaskan wang ikat jamin untuk lima GRO.

Tuduhan kedua, dia didakwa memperoleh suapan RM3,000 daripada Mohammad Imran di tempat meletak kereta Taman DR Seenivasagam, Ipoh kirakira jam 3.25 petang pada 6 September 2007.

Untuk pertuduhan ketiga, Hassan Basri didakwa meminta suapan RM20,000 daripada Yoong Hor Kit melalui Mohd Sharif Abdul Ghani di Ban-Haan Basil Shawl* gunan Persatuan Menembak Perak, Ipoh kira-kira jam 8.30 malam pada 7 Ogos 2007 untuk mengurangkan hukuman dan memulangkan wang ikat jamin lima GRO.

Tuduhan keempat, dia didakwa menerima RM10,000 dari Hor Kit pada 9 Ogos 2006 kirakira jam 11 malam di tempat yang sama bagi mengurangkan hukuman dan memulangkan wang ikat jamin lima GRO.

Tuduhan kelima, Hassan didakwa meminta suapan RM1,100 daripada Mohamad Imran kira-kira jam 8.30 malam pada 15 Ogos 2007 bagi mempercepat perbicaraan poligami antara Mohammad Asri Abu Bakar dengan Nor Farihan Hassan. Untuk tuduhan keenam, dia didakwa menerima RM1,100 dari Mohamad Imran di tepi Hotel Hill City, Ipoh kira-kira jam 6 petang 17 Ogos 2007 bagi kes perkahwinan tanpa melalui prosedur itu.

Bagi tuduhan ketujuh, Hassan Basri didakwa menerima suapan RM1,100 daripada Mohamad Imran kira-kira jam 3.20 petang 6 September 2007 di tempat meletak kereta Taman DR Seenivasagam untuk mengeluarkan surat kebenaran berkahwin kepada Mohd Jefri Afandi Admad dengan Nur Liza Musa. Hooi Leng menjatuhi hukuman penjara masing-masing tiga tahun dan denda RM15,000 untuk kesalahan pertama serta kedua tetapi hukuman penjara berjalan serentak.

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Beliau menjatuhi hukuman penjara lima tahun dan denda RM100,000 untuk kesalahan ketiga dan hukuman penjara berjalan berasingan dengan tuduhan pertama dan kedua. Hakim itu juga menjatuhi huktunan penjara lima tahun dan denda RM50,000 untuk kesalahan keempat dan hukuman penjara serentak dengan kesalahan ketiga. Bagi kesalahan kelima dan keenam, Hassan Basri dikenakan setahun penjara dan denda RM10,000 bagi setiap satu tetapi hukuman penjara berjalan serentak.

Untuk kesalahan ketujuh, dia dipenjara setahun dan denda RM10,000 serta hukuman penjara berjalan berasingan daripada kesalahan kelima dan keenam.

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Bekas Setiausaha Palsukan Invois Didenda RM2.2 Juta

oleh : –Berita Harian

KUALA LUMPUR: Bekas Setiausaha Persatuan Rifel Kebangsaan Malaysia, Ismail Zainuddin dihukum penjara tiga bulan dan denda RM2.2 juta oleh Mahkamah Sesyen Semalam, selepas didapati bersalah mengemukakan dua dokumen palsu berbentuk invois berjumlah RM441,000 kepada Majlis Sukan Negara (MSN), lima tahun lalu.

Hakim Rosbiahanin Ariffin memerintahkan hukuman penjara itu berjalan bermula semalam dan tambahan penjara enam bulan jika Ismail, 46, gagal membayar denda itu.

Rosbiahanin menolak permohonan tertuduh untuk menangguhkan pelaksanaan hukuman, tetapi membenarkan pihak pembelaan memfailkan rayuan terhadap keputusan itu di Mahkamah Tinggi.

Dalam penghakirnannya, Rosbiahanin berkata, beliau membuat keputusan itu Selepas mendapati pihak pembelaan gagal menimbulkan keraguan munasabah terhadap kes berkenaan.

Pada 11 Ogos 2008, Ismail mengaku tidak bersalah memberikan dua invois Vision Arms Sports Centre Sdn Bhd palsu kepada Pengarah Bahagian Persediaan Antarabangsa, MSN, Ahmad Shapawi Ismail di pejabat MSN di Bukit Jalil di sini, antara 7 clan 15 September 2005.

Dokumen itu mengandungi butiran mengenai pembelian dan pembekalan peluru syarikat itu untuk Persatuan Rifel Kebangsaan Malaysia di Lapang Sasar Antarabangsa Langkawi.

Ismail yang bertongkat dan kelihatan lemah, didakwa mengikut Seksyen 11(c) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1997 dan boleh dihukum mengikut Seksyen 16 akta sama,

“Hukuman penjara berjalan bermula semalam dan tambahan penjara enam bulan jika beliau gagal membayar denda itu”

Rosbiahanin Ariffin Hakim

yang membawa hukuman penjara maksimum 20 tahun dan denda lima kali nilai suapan atau RM1O,000, mana lebih tinggi jika sabit kesalahan.

Terdahulu. peguam Ismail, Md Ridzuan Othman, memohon hukuman ringan terhadap anak guamnya dengan mengambil kira faktor kesihatan tertuduh yang menghidap penyakit darah tinggi, kencing manis dan sakit jantung, selain penn mengambil ubat yang banyak.

Timbalan Pendakwa Raya Roziza Sidek dan Snrnhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), berkata alasan itu tidak cukup kukuh untuk mendapatkan hukuman ringan kerana kerajaan terpaksa menanggung kerngian akibat perbuatan tertuduh.

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3 CHARGED WITH CORRUPTION

The Negeri Sembilan Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) charged 3 people who were involved in 2 corruption cases at the Seremban Sessions Court 2 on 7 June 2010. They were suspected to have committed offences under Section 17(b) of the MACC Act 2009.

For the first case, the accused Ng Kong Hua, 52, an employee of massage parlor Urut Tradisional Bahagia Sdn. Bhd, Kemayan Square, Seremban, was arrested on 2 June 2010 at 5.17pm, for giving a bribe of RM500.00 to Lance Corporal Hamran bin Jahari of the Negeri Sembilan Police Contingent Headquarters as an inducement not to take action against 6 workers in the massage parlor who were without working permit. The accused pleaded not guilty and requested for a trial. Later, the accused was released after posting a RM3,000.00 bail with one surety. Trial will commence on 5 July 2010.

For the second case, the 2 accused M. Tamilselven a/l N. Muniandy, 40, and Fang Tian Teck, 29, both of whom were ‘Tontos’ for Sin Huat Heng Logistic, were arrested on the 3 June 2010 at 7.00am at the Taman Cempaka Junction, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan for offering a RM1,500.00 bribe to Hassnol Hisham bin Samsudin, a Negeri Sembilan Land and Mines Department Assistant Director, as an inducement not to impound the lorries owned by Syarikat Highway Quarry for carrying quarry rocks without permit. Both accused pleaded not guilty and requested for a trial. They were released on a RM4,000.00 bail each with a guarantor. Hearing will commence on 6 July 2010.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Fieza Fazlin bin Fandi will head the prosecution of both cases that will be heard before Sessions Court Judge Sabariah binti Atan. If convicted, all three face a jail sentence not exceeding 20 years and a fine of not less than 5 times the sum or value of the gratification, whichever is higher.

MACC would like to remind the public not to offer or give any bribe to enforcement officers who are carrying out their duties in line with the initiatives to enhance the integrity of civil servant in Malaysia.

CORPORATE COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT

MALAYSIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION, PUTRAJAYA

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