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KUALA LUMPUR: Former National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFCorp) consultant Datuk Shamsubahrin Ismail claimed trial at the Sessions Court today to 17 counts of money laundering totalling RM4.14 million.
The 46-year-old businessman is said to have committed the offences by:
* withdrawing RM255,000 through a cheque belonging to the NFCorp Sdn Bhd;
* withdrawing RM180,000 from his account;
* depositing between RM30,000 and RM700,000, mostly belonging to National Meat & Livestock Corporation and Real Food Sdn Bhd, into his and his wife Suzana Abdul Aziz's accounts;
* transferring between RM100,000 and RM700,000 from his account into his other account, Suzana's account,Syarikat Awana Sutera Travel & Tours (M) Sdn Bhd and Syarikat Shamsubahrin Ismail Resources Sdn Bhd's accounts;
* using three bankers cheque between RM101,092 and RM167,042 to buy three cars- Mitsubishi Triton, MitsubishiASX and Mitsubishi Grandis.
The offences were allegedly committed at various banks in the city and Petaling Jaya between Nov 25 and Dec 13last year.
Judge S.M Komathy Suppiah fixed bail at RM30,000 in one surety and set June 29 for mention.