And that is the question I can safely say everyone wants to know. At least that is a lot fairer than already condemning the Prime Minister of stealing money and dumping it into his personal account.
It is a also a question former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who had already admitted to being the man behind the crisis (in response to Datuk Seri Najib Razak's finger-pointing him) wants the prime minister to just say it.
Tun told the BBC in an interview published on its website that Najib should just reveal his bank accounts to disprove the allegations.
Yes. As easy as that. Show us all your accounts, Mr prime minister.
But you and I know that Najib is not about to do that. But does his reluctance mean that he's got something to hide. Or that he has this "why should I?" feeling because his bank accounts are after all, confidential.
Do the current circumstances change that?
I have no idea.
Should he reveal his bank accounts just because people want to know because The Wall Street Journal has published some flow chart of funds going into the bank account of one Mohd Najib Adb Razak?
There is a lot of debate going on about this. But for sure, in the court of public opinion, the prime minister is already guilty.
This is the first time in the history of our country that a prime minister has been accused by a newspaper to have .. well to put it plainly -- stolen public funds.
The prime minister is facing the worst time of his premiership. The party he leads is surely divided.
When Umno is troubled, it has a splinter effect on everything else.
Whatever the outcome of this, it cannot be good. It already is so ugly and to can only get uglier and more unpleasant.
The task force investigating this comprise Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Zeti Aziz, Attorney-General Tan Sri Gani Patail, IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Tan Sr Abu Kassim Mohamed have already closed 6 accounts of banks linked to the case.
There are just so many speculations about the 1MDB funds allegedly deposited into Najib's personal bank account. And nothing is clear. So nebulous. Yet, the deeper we go into it, the more frightening the picture gets.
How this is going to be played out remains to be seen. But one thing for sure, it will not have happy ending. Because it has come to this.
Do read Rocky's Bru HERE on the veracity of The Wall Street Journal's documented evidence.
And JebatMustDie who thinks Najib's lawyers sent a pathetic letter to WSJ HERE
So whether there exists that personal bank account with that amount of money or not -- that is not the question. Because whether there is or not, the implications are severe and serious.