1. Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak (centre) leaving court after a hearing in corruption trial
2. Mid of Najib, Najib getting into car
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, Najib's lawyer:
"This case is important. Not because of what it revealed, it's also important - or more important - what is not revealed, that we need to reveal, you understand?"
4. Cutaway of photographers
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, Najib's lawyer:
"The issue is, does Dato Seri (a state title) Najib know the exact thing what is going on? Does he know, that is the basic premise, that just because the money comes into my account, doesn't mean I have full knowledge of the income from a wrong source."
6. Tracking shot of Judge Gopal Sri Ram exiting court
7. Various of reporters outside court
8. Various exteriors of High Court in Kuala Lumpur
The corruption trial of Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak entered a second day on Monday, with a central bank investigator taking the stand in the case involving the transfer of suspicious money into Najib's bank accounts.
One of few Southeast Asian leaders to be arraigned after losing office, Najib was solemn as he sat in the dock listening to the testimony.
Central bank investigator Azizul Adzani Mohamad Ghafar, the second witness, testified he secured documents in 2015 related to the bank accounts of Najib, SRC International and another company.
SRC is a former unit of 1MDB state investment fund, which US investigators say was pilfered of billions by Najib's associates.
The scandal involving 1MDB helped lead to Najib's election defeat last May.
The trial is the first of several against Najib, who faces 42 graft charges in one of the country's biggest criminal proceedings.
It specifically involved seven charges related to the transfer of 42 million ringgit (approx. 10.2 million US Dollars) from SRC into Najib's bank accounts via intermediary companies between 2011 and 2015.
He was accused of using his position to receive the money for approving a government guarantee for a government loan to SRC, committed criminal breach of trust and accepting proceeds from unlawful activities.
Najib's lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah told reporters after the hearing ended for the day that prosecutors must prove that the former leader was aware that the money transferred into his account was from illegal sources.
"Just because money comes into my account doesn't mean I am in full knowledge that it comes from a wrong source," Shafee said.
He said the defence will grill Azizul in their cross-examination Tuesday.
Prosecutors said at the start of the trial on April 3 that Najib, who set up 1MDB in 2009, was the real power behind the fund.
Najib smiled, but didn't speak to reporters as he left the court.
His wife, Rosmah Mansor, also has been charged with money laundering and tax evasion linked to 1MDB, but has also pleaded not guilty and her trial date has not been set.