Debunking Scorpene Scandal Part VI: Truth on Terasasi
"... is the "commission" paid to Terasasi by Thales for €35 million in contravention with the OECD Convention on Bribes? ... The fee percentage works out to less than 3%, below the cap in the OECD Convention. Dig up on your own time to verify..."
Did some1 say USD1 billion? Tomorrow, in the final installment of his detailed narration on the Scorpene deal, which I once said will be Suaram's death knell, the blogger Another Brick in the Wall will let us know exactly how much was paid by the French in terms of commission for the deal. The late Altantuya had no role in it whatsoever and the anti-Najib faction will be utterly disappointed. They deserve to be for their obscene gullibility.
Don't miss the conclusion to the story tomorrow, Friday the 13th, h e r e.
The Debunking Scorpene Scandal Series over the last two weeks:
Part V (July 12): Distorting Leaked Documents
Part IV (July 11): Dramatizing the Courts
Part III (July 5): Questioning Defense Spending
Part II (June 30): Perimekar, a bona fide operation
Part I (June 28): Sensationalizing Altantuya
p.s. I understand that others are waiting to tell their side of the stories, too. We have not heard from the French. And Razak Baginda has not spoken out since his acquittal. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, meanwhile, has done some serious probing ...