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MACC confirms USD 700 million in Najib's Bank Accounts but ...

August 4, 2015

Malaysia :Malaysian Prime Minister had $700m of ‘donations’ in bank account – watchdog

by Kate Lamb, Jakarta

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/04/malaysia-corruption-watchdog-najib-razak-donations-1mdb

Beleaguered Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has effectively been cleared by the country’s anti-corruption body, following a financial controversy that has shaken the legitimacy of his government. 592 more words

Politics

A simple shrine to a great man

It was the ordinariness that got me. The unremarkable, almost indifferent ‘80s architecture, executed in concrete and red brick. The lack of a grand portal. The absence of ornaments, of gold and marble. 998 more words

On Reflection

Something Rotten In The State of Colorado: Free Sharisa (Part 1)

NB. This is the version of events I have been given as of this writing. If things later prove to have occurred in a materially different way, I will edit this post. 1,953 more words

Moral Audacity and Associated Risks

August 4, 2015

Malaysia: Moral Audacity and Associated Risks

by Dr. KJ John@www.malaysiakini.com

What did it take for each one of the Group of 25 (G25) members to read, consider, and then agree to sign their famous statement? 1,361 more words

Politics

Little Known Black History Fact: Judge Matthew Perry, Jr.

Matthew James Perry Jr. first made history by becoming the first federally-appointed judge from the Deep South in 1976. Three years later, he was appointed South Carolina’s first African-American federal judge. 339 more words

TJMS

Little Known Black History Fact: Judge Matthew Perry, Jr.

Matthew James Perry Jr. first made history by becoming the first federally-appointed judge from the Deep South in 1976. Three years later, he was appointed South Carolina’s first African-American federal judge. 339 more words

Tom Joyner

Little Known Black History Fact: Judge Matthew Perry, Jr.

Matthew James Perry Jr. first made history by becoming the first federally-appointed judge from the Deep South in 1976. Three years later, he was appointed South Carolina’s first African-American federal judge. 335 more words

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