Malaysia pensioner charged with money laundering over RM750,000 from ivory smuggling
22 Mar 2021

A government pensioner was charged in the Sessions Court here today with eight counts of money laundering involving a total of RM753,220 allegedly from smuggling of elephant tusks.

Md Nawi Ab Aziz, 70, who is a former school clerk, however, pleaded not guilty to all the charges before judge Mohd Rosly Mohamed Nawi.

Of the eight charges, three were for concealing a total of RM409,960, believed from ill-gotten gains, in his CIMB bank account between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2019.

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