I am sure there are many more.
And please don't forget - there are also politicians and their aides believed to be on the take, some of whom are still at it!
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested 30 people in Johor and Sarawak for illegal logging activities and froze 30 bank accounts belonging to 10 companies worth RM18 million.Its really an 'image booster' for MACC, especially after being accused of attending to only 'small fish than the big ones'.
MACC deputy chief commissioner (operations) Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull warned that this is not the end of Ops Tukul as they were also investigating several state Forestry officers for possible involvement in the illegal felling of trees which had put the forest reserve under threat of destruction.
He said those arrested were the result of nine-month surveillance and public tip-off.
Four individuals, including two timber logging company managers pleaded guilty in Limbang Sessions Court and fined a total of RM80,000 for offering bribes to enforcement officers.
Mohd Shukri said the illegal logging in Sarawak was believed to have resulted in losses of at least RM100 million each year.
“The officers nabbed were alleged to have received bribes between RM300 and the highest was RM10,000.
“The senior police officer in his 30s, who is attached to the Sarawak Crime Investigation Department will be charged under Section 17A of the MACC Act 2009."
However, I personally would like to know how many cases are still pending investigation...