Recently, the news that the Malaysian human organ smuggler who was exposed was going to sell organs since 2010 made a scene for the nation.
The perpetrator in the case has also been arrested in Kuching recently.
The 48-year-old man was released after the 12 day detention period ended this morning (August 26).
However, he was arrested again by the police at 11 am.
However, this time it is not because of the criminal act of kidney trafficking, but for investigations related to the criminal breach of trust (CBT), as reported by The Borneo Post.
When the man worked for the Sarawak Bankruptcy Department in 2013, he had given payment vouchers to people unrelated to the department.
Thus, this resulted in a departmental loss of RM249,101.25.
Datuk Aidi Ismail, the Sarawak police commissioner said after conducting an investigation into the allegations made by The Sun UK, there was no evidence to prove the suspect was involved in the sale and purchase of human organs.
A detailed investigation found that the allegations he bought and sold human organs were false.
The man will be charged at the Kuching Session Court tomorrow (Aug 27). He will be investigated under Section 409 of the Criminal Code by the Sarawak Commercial Crime Investigation Department.