nst.com on November 25, 2011 reported that former chief operating officer of TM Service Co, Datuk Ibrahim Mohd Nasir, is now a free man after the prosecution in his corruption case withdrew its appeal against his acquittal. High Court judge Datuk Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah yesterday allowed Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission deputy public prosecutor Nor Azah Kasran's application to withdraw the appeal. The prosecution had filed the appeal on April 1, 2008, against Ibrahim's acquittal by the Sessions Court on March 27, 2008. Ibrahim, 63, was charged with receiving three return tickets to London worth RM37,806 from Putrajaya Bumi Holding general manager Kamal Amir Kamal Hijjaz.
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