Malaysian Bank Founder’s Assassination Remains a Mystery
Appellate court sends killer to gallows without full probe of murder
A Malaysian appellate court decision to uphold the death sentence for a minor-league gambler and truck driver for murdering Hussain Ahmad Najadi in 2013 leaves open the question of who was behind the payment to the suspect to kill Najadi, the retired founder of Arab-Malaysian Bank.
The shooting was one of a string of murders peripherally connected to the…
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