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Rendezvous with Injustice
– How a family survived hell after blowing the whistle on the 1MDB financial scandal

By Laura Justo and Xavier Justo

Foreword by
Mahathir Mohamad,
former Prime Minister of Malaysia

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“A riveting tale of love, betrayal, greed and fraud."

– Randeep Ramesh, The Guardian


“A real-life horror story, grippingly and movingly written, that deserves to be read by anyone opposed to corruption."

– Clare Rewcastle Brown, author of ‘The Sarawak Report: The Inside Story of the 1MDB Exposé’


What happens when you blow the lid on a financial scam involving playboy businessmen, the prime minister of a country, and the laundering of billions of dollars? For Xavier Justo, it meant being thrown in a sordid Thai prison as the mother of all cover-ups swung into action. For his wife Laura, left alone with their infant son, it meant finding the courage to fight intimidation, manipulation and malicious lies.


Rendezvous with Injustice is an account of the 1MDB scandal that focuses on the real human cost to the people who dared to expose it. It’s a story that involves financial chicanery, crooked lawyers, greed, decadence and even a fake Scotland Yard detective. Ultimately, though, it’s a cry for truth and justice — and a testament to human resilience andtenacity.

“An astonishing first-hand and no-frills account of both human greed and human resilience, Rendezvous with Injustice is also a beautiful love story.” 
– Florence de Changy, author of ‘The Disappearing Act: The Impossible case of MH370’

“A compelling story of courage and perseverance in the face of threats and intimidation by those hoping to prevent it from being told.” 
– John Kucera, former US federal prosecutor

“The story of a financial scandal and a story of love, the book also goes much deeper, showing that what’s normal and acceptable should never be let out of sight. It has all the potential of a blockbuster movie.”
– Eelco Fiole, Adjunct Professor of Finance Ethics, University of Neuchâtel

“A captivating first-hand account from the whistleblower in the world's largest corruption case.”
– Daniel Eriksson, CEO of Transparency International

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