PKFZ Scandal : Former KDSB Project Manager Charged With Cheating

KLANG, Dec 14 (Bernama) — A former project manager of Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) was charged in the Sessions Court here on Monday with 24 counts of cheating involving RM116.85 million, making him the fourth person to be charged in the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal.

Law Jenn Dong, 51, pleaded not guilty.

He was charged with architect Bernard Tan Seng Swee, who pleaded not guilty last Thursday, with cheating the Port Klang Authority (PKA) by making false claims to get the PKA to confirm payment of a total of RM116.85 million to KDSB, involving two mammoth projects in the PKFZ.

He faces 15 counts of deceiving the PKA into believing that the 33kv system to precincts 2 and 8 for the development of the PKFZ in Pulau Indah here had been implemented, when he knew that they had not, and thereby inducing PKA to confirm payment of RM70.583 million to KDSB.

He faces another nine charges of cheating the KPA in like manner and inducing it to confirm payement of RM46.267 million to KDSB.

The offences were allegedly committed at the PKA in Jalan Pelabuhan Utara, Port Klang, between June 30, 2006, and May 30, 2008.

He faces a maximum 20 years jail and whipping or fine on each charge, if convicted.

Earlier, Dzulkifli Ahmad from the Prosecution Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers, asked the court to set bail at RM1 million with one surety in view of the seriousness of the offences and the amount of losses.

Law’s counsel, Tan Hock Chuan, asked for bail of between RM200,000 and RM2,50,000 on the ground that the co-accused, Tan, had been granted bail of RM250,000.

Judge Yong Zarida allowed bail of RM250,000 with one surety and fixed Feb 4 for mention.

Law, who left the company in September, was the second officer from KDSB, the contractor of the PKFZ project, to be taken to court over the PKFZ scandal.

Last Thursday, former PKA general manager Datin Paduka O.C.Phang and two others pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court to criminal breach of trust (CBT) and cheating by making false claims.

Phang, who faces three counts of CBT involving a total of RM254.84 million, was released on bail of RM350,000 while Steven Abok, chief operating officer of KDSB, and Tan, of BTA Architect, the project consultant, were jointly charged with two counts of making false claims involving RM5.42 million.

Tan was also charged with the 24 counts of cheating.

Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail said after the trio were charged that more individuals would be charged and the investigation would continue.

3 thoughts on “PKFZ Scandal : Former KDSB Project Manager Charged With Cheating

  1. Burung Tiong is most suitable to be the next Chief Minister of Sarawak.
    White Hair can steal billions from the people without being touched by the MACC.Then his kaki tangan can invest in him to reap long term benefits.
    Burung Tiong is untouchable. He can take 12.5 billion without being touched.He can give 10 million without being touched.
    The only person who can touch him is his personal assistant and lawyer Ms Lau of Sibu

  2. Responses to “Ong vs Tiong: Feb 24 date set for RM500 mil. suit against Ong!”
    Tiong has a personal lawyer attached to him for many years.As Tiong is uneducated in the legal language formats she read through all the legal jargon and then Tiong would sign it with 100% trust.
    She got her basic LLB from London and her CLP from Australia.
    She is the best female lawyer in Sibu even at the young age of 41 years old.
    In order to lead the team of Queen’s Counsels in defending the above case she has resigned from Tiong’s firm.Her own newly set up firm would play the leading role in the legal defense of the century.
    She has also sold the TV rights and the film rights to the film
    titled “Clash of the Legal Titians”

  3. Cawat politicians are not capable of cheating the people of 12.5 billion ringgit.Cawat people are good in hunting birds with the blowpipe,catching prawns in small dugout fishing boats with hooks and hand made nets. They collect jungle products like rattan and belian ferns with the parang.They practice shifting cultivation and they catch wild boars with the help of dogs from the jungle.They are not capable of going out to the deep sea for catching big quantities of big fishes in a big trawler and or involve in running major con man enterprises.They simply do not have the means and capability of doing such a big and complicated task.
    Look at the following cawat politicians..
    Penghulu Tawi Sli had the position of Chief Minister of Sarawak.When he left he had nothing more than an extra piece of cawat cloth.Leo Moggie had a the position of Federal Minister.When he left he had nothing more than an extra set of golf sticks which is not uscable in the longhouse. Look at Patai Rubis the former Heatln Director and my former boss.When he left he had nothing more than a shaved botak head.Idris Jala has the position of CEO of MAS.When he left he had nothing more than a Datuk title which has no monetary value in his longhouse.Look at Mawan fighting hard for his rights.When he left he will have nothing more than a sack of white bawang from China as a parting gift from china man Tiong King Sing.I never believe that Stephen Abok is capable of cheating 12.5 billion from PKFZ.He simply do not have the means and capability of doing such a big and complicated task.
    I a West Malaysian who have served in Sarawak for 30 years.I am asking all Sarawakian Foochows ” Lakian A pen he lay ching f Mah? Then nen A seng sing “.In English it means ” Can a jungle man cheat so much money? Who will ever believe ? ”
    Yes,Yes,Yes who will trust him in the first place,,

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