Macau Scam "Datuk Seri" Who Escaped From MACC Allegedly Bribed Cops,Celebs Up To RM4mil A Month

That's a lot of money!

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Remember the champ that escaped from MACC recently?

Well, a report by Utusan Malaysia detailed that the suspect, 32-year-old Goh Leong Yeong also known as Alvin, allegedly spent between RM2mil to RM4mil to "cover-up" his crimes.

Goh is being investigated for various criminal activities including his involvement in the Macau scam and online gambling syndicates.

The report also detailed that Goh used a fake "Datuk Seri" title to go ahead with his criminal activities in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

A source told Utusan Malaysia that up to 100 people were under Goh's "payroll".

And by payroll here, we mean bribes people.

Celebrities and cops all receiving money from Goh

“This includes influential people, officers and policemen who have been detained or investigated by the MACC.

“The money was ‘paid’ to protect Macau scam crimes and online gambling as well as provide information if the authorities were planning a raid,” said the source.


Sounds like a lot of people are going to end up in trouble if Goh gets caught.

But as they say "Clever clever squirrel jump, one day fall to the ground also." 😝 

If you see Goh anywhere or know of his whereabouts, you can contact Cheras CID chief Deputy Supt Ahmad Zamri Jai at 012-899 3622 or investigating officer Insp Muhamad Faizal Asuar at 017-312 6411 or contact any police station.

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