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Tuesday October 27, 2009
Witness: I had no idea whose voices were in the recordings
By SYLVIA LOOI
IPOH: The then Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) senior assistant en- forcement officer told a corruption trial that she was asked to transcribe duplicate copies of audio tapes allegedly containing conversations be-tween the agent provocateur and the accused
Noorjahan Abd Hamid, 53, who was testifying against former state exco members Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu, 57, and Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi, 52, told the Sessions Court here yesterday that she was given duplicate copies of the tapes by the investigating officer and asked to transcribe them.
“I was given a total of 17 duplicate tapes to transcribe,” she said, adding that she was shown the original tapes by the investigating officer when the duplicate copies were handed to her.
She further testified that she had no idea whose voices were in the audio recordings but only the complainant of the case and the then ACA officer recording the conversations would know who they were.
Jointly charged with Mohd Osman and Jamaluddin are former Perak Tengah district councillors Usaili Alias, 56, and Zul Hassan, 45, and businessman Fairul Azrim Ismail, 31.
The five face multiple corruption charges over a multi-million ringgit development project in 2008.
Later when cross-examined by lawyer Abdul Roni Abdul Rahman, who is acting for Mohd Osman and Jamaluddin, Noorjahan said the original tapes are being kept by the investigating officer.
She added that when transcribing the tapes, she did not refer to the original tapes.
When cross-examined by Zul’s lawyer Surjan Singh, Noorjahan said she would not know if the tapes she received had been tampered with.
”I have never compared nor listened to the original tapes,” she added.
When re-examined by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission deputy public prosecutor Ahmad Sazilee Abdul Khairi, Noorjahan said she did not see the need to listen to the original tapes as her instructions were to listen and transcribe what she heard from the duplicate tapes.
Hearing before Sessions judge Azhaniz Teh Azman Teh continues today.
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