Rombongan ke London, "London Here I Come"
(Bernama) -- The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is ready to record a statement from private investigator P. Balasubramaniam in London.
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Bila lagi nak merasa naik flight, asyik Khir Toyol naik flight free..thee he he
Bila lagi nak jadi jakun, tercangak bangak kat kota London..paling penting, boleh la 'spiking Landen'!!! thee he he he
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Haram sekor tak datang punya..
It welcomed Balasubramaniam's willingness to give the statement in connection with the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu and wanted to record the statement in July.
"We will be in touch with his lawyers to discuss the matter," MACC said in a statement here on Friday.
The portal Malaysiakini last night reported that Balasubramaniam was waiting for MACC to record his statement.
A statement issued to the media via his lawyers Manjeet Singh Dhillon and Americk Sidhu said Balasubramaniam was "ready, willing and able to so."
They said Balasubramaniam had yet to receive a formal letter from MACC to record his statement.
Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mohd Shukri Abdull said on April 19, MACC would meet him "anywhere he felt appropriate" and not only at Malaysian embassies abroad.
He assured that MACC would not arrest Balasubramaniam but only to record his statement since he was a witness in the Altantuya murder case.
MACC also allowed Balasubramaniam to be accompanied by his lawyers during recording of the statement.
On July 3, 2008, Balasubramaniam made a sworn declaration related to the murder of Altantuya but withdrew it the next day through a second sworn declaration before he vanished.
He is believed to be abroad with his family.