Anwar said the document stated that there is a prima facie case against
Rahim under Section 2(1) of the Emergency Ordinance 22 (1970), namely:
Anwar said in his police report that Rahimís wealth as of 31st May 1993 was worth RM39,782,772.69.
Anwar further alleged in his police report that the Attorney-General, Tan Sri Mohtar Abdullah, mindful of the reluctance of the Prime Minister to proceed with the case despite the existence of strong and credible evidence, proposed shielding Rahim from serious charges provided Rahim resigned from all his positions in the government, statutory bodies and his political party.
Anwar said in his police report that the document proves that Mohtar had abuses his power and obstructed the administration of justice.
These are very serious allegations, which cannot by met with a wall of silence by the highest government authorities, which was what happened with regard to Anwarís three earlier police reports on corruption and abuses of power in high places.
If what Anwar said in his fourth police report on the corruption investigations on Rahim Tamby Cik are untrue and baseless, then Mohtar Abdullah, Gani Patail and the ACA should lodge police reports against Anwar for the offence of making false police reports.
On the contrary, if what Anwar said is true, and there is such a document referred to by Anwar, then Malaysians are entitled to a full and satisfactory accounting by the Prime Minister, the Attorney-General and the Anti-Corruption Agency as to how they could justify such gross abuses of power, selective prosecution and obstruction with the course of justice.