Malaysia: Immigration man charged with receiving over RM230,000 in bribes

An Immigration officer who was detained in an operation codenamed, “Op Selat”, was today charged in the Sessions Court, here, with five counts of receiving bribes totalling RM15,000 last year.

The bribes were for the purpose of releasing five foreign nationals through the Immigration counter at the departure hall of the klia2 terminal.

Yusrazif Wan Yusoh, 42, however, pleaded not guilty to all the charges read out to him before judge Suzana Hussin.

On the first to the fifth charge, he is accused of, as a Grade KP32 immigration officer, receiving bribes amounting to RM15,000 via five different transactions from two individuals involving the release of a Philippine and four China nationals.

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