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Former Security Guard Gets Death Sentence

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KUALA LUMPUR – A former security guard was today sentenced to death by the High Court, here, for injuring a Bangladeshi worker with a gunshot during a robbery attempt at a petrol station in August, last year. Judge Datuk Azman Abdullah ordered the accused, Fairol Azman Amironzuki, 33, to be sent to the gallows after…

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Man Charged Over Rape Of 15-year-Old Girl

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PUTRAJAYA – A man was charged in the Special Court for Sexual Crimes Against Children here today with raping his 15-year-old girlfriend, who had subsequently given birth. The accused, aged 21, however, pleaded not guilty to the rape charge. He was alleged to have raped the girl in a room of a house in Subang Jaya in…

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Sabah Water Graft: Court Postpones Trial To Next Year

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KOTA KINABALU – The Sessions Court here today postponed the trial involving a former Sabah State Water Department director (JANS) and two others, who are accused of money-laundering, to next year. Judge Abu Bakar Manat fixed 17 days of trial between Feb 5 to March 22 next year to allow the defence to clear all…

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Woman Allegedly Tried To Pass Drugs In Court, Remanded

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GEORGE TOWN – Police have obtained a remand order against a woman who allegedly tried to pass a bag of drugs to her brother at the Penang Court Complex yesterday. Court Assistant Registrar Ahmad Tajudin Zain granted a four day remand order, which lasts until Sunday, against the 32-year-old after police made the application yesterday.…

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‘MACC Notice To Two Lawyers Cannot Be Challenged In Court’

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PUTRAJAYA – The Federal Court yesterday ruled that a notice issued by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to two lawyers to give their statements to assist in the investigation into the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) case cannot be challenged in court. A Federal Court five-man bench led by Chief Judge of Malaya, Tan Sri Ahmad…

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Father Of 5 Charged With Robbing, Threatening Girlfriend

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KUALA LUMPUR – A father of five pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to the charges of robbing and threatening to injure his girlfriend, last week. Jasri Jamri, 43, an online trader, is accused of robbing Mardhiah Abu Hassan, 32, a sales person, of her two mobile phones, identity card and two ATM cards. The…

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2 Company Directors Charged With Failing To Keep Income Receipt

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SHAH ALAM – Two company directors were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with failing to keep and retain in safe custody sufficient records of any income from their respective business as required under the Income Tax Act 1967. Nor Asyikeen Othman,37, of Mayo Surgical Supply, was fined RM5,000, in default four months’ jail, after she…

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Six Claim Trial To Rioting In Front Of Surau

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JOHOR BAHRU – Six men pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to rioting, which resulted in injuries, in front of Surau Austin Perdana here on May 5. Toh Chai Eun, 28, Nor Haszman Hashim, 46, Norfriandika Kusuma, 22, Robert Anak Bajak, 55, Haslan Masahat, 55, and Muhamad Akhmarul Naim Amir, 22, claimed…

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Army Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Nine Counts Of Corruption, Abusing Position

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KUANTAN – An army officer with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel was charged in the Sessions Court here today with nine counts of accepting bribe and abusing his position , involving RM95,794. Shaharil Hisham Abdul Razak, 57, then the Staff Officer1 (Zone Head) at the East Zone maintenance Office (Pahang) of the Facility Maintenance and…

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Two Students Claim Trial To Sodomising Friend

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KUALA LUMPUR – Two students of Tunas Bakti School who were also residing there today pleaded not guilty to a charge of sodomising a friend, last year. M. Prabudevaan, 20, and A. Ravichandran, 19, made the plea after the charge was read out separately before Judge Datin M. Kunasundary in the Sessions Court here. Prabudevaan…

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JB Cycling Tragedy: Court Sets June 15 For Case Management

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JOHOR BAHRU – The Traffic Magistrate’s Court, here, today set June 15 for case management involving a sales girl who was charged with reckless driving, causing a road accident on Feb 18 in which eight teenage cyclists were killed. Magistrate Siti Hajar Ali set this date for fixing of the case hearing dates after receiving…

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It Engineer Fined RM5,000 For Cruelty To Own Dog

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PETALING JAYA – An information technology engineer was fined RM5,000 in default five months in jail by the Magistrate’s Court here today for cruelty to his female Pomeranian dog. Loo Kah Ann, 28, pleaded guilty to committing the act at Blok C23-13A, Empire Damansara, Damansara Perdana here, at 8.30pm on Aug 17, 2016. The charge…

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Couple Charged With Exploitation Of Teen Boys

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KUANTAN – A married couple were charged in the Sessions Court here with four counts of human trafficking, involving four teenage boys, for exploitation last year. Muslim Ab Karim, 56, and his wife, Zaleha Mohamad, 54, pleaded not guilty to all the charges before judge Siti Aminah Ghazali. On Monday, Muslim and Zaleha were charged…

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Chaos At Court When Woman Fined For Abusing Adopted Daugh

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KUALA LUMPUR – The compound at the Ampang Court became chaotic for a while today when a woman turned berserk and started screaming after realising press photographers and cameramen taking her pictures. The woman, Nor Asiah Mohamed Ali, 49, was seen calm and walking to leave the court after her husband paid the RM8,000 fine…

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Man Ordered To Do 120 Hours Of Community Service For Rioting

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KUALA LUMPUR – A man was ordered to do 120 hours of community service by the Selayang Magistrate’s Court here today after he pleaded guilty to a charge of rioting after a football match between Selangor and Perak in front of the Selayang Stadium last month. Magistrate Iriane Isabelo also ordered Muhammad Fadzil Fauzi, 21,…

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Immigration Officer Charged With Raping Thai Woman

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ALOR GAJAH – An immigration officer claimed trial in the Sessions Court here today to two sex-related charges and one criminal intimidation charge, involving a Thai woman. Chua Siong Kiat Frankie, 30, is accused on the first charge, of raping the woman at the immigration depot at Machap Umboo here on March 9 this year,…

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Resort Worker Charged With Possession Of Daesh-Related Material

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KOTA TINGGI – A resort worker was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with possession of Daesh-related material. Mohd Firdaus Saibi, 24, allegedly had in his possession, 29 images and 240 videos of terrorist acts by Daesh in his mobile phone. He is accused of committing the offence in front of a resort in…

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Former Policeman Fined RM3,000 For Extortion

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KUALA LUMPUR – A former policemen who used violence against his Myanmar girlfriend to get the woman to pay her debts was fined RM3,000, in default four months’ jail, by the Magistrate’s Court here today for extortion. Magistrate Mahyudin Mohmad Som meted out the fine on Zamzuri Ainul Musli, 48, who pleaded guilty to the…

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May 17 Remention For Case Involving Saleswomen Charged With Reckless Driving

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JOHOR BAHRU – The Traffic Court here today fixed May 17 for remention of the case of a saleswoman charged with causing the death of eight male teenage cyclists by reckless driving. Deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Mohd Nasir at the proceeding today applied for more time, telling the court that the forensic report had not…

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Unemployed Jailed, Fined For Hurting Security Guard

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PETALING JAYA – An unemployed man was sentenced to four days’ jail and fined RM1,500, in default two months’ jail, by the Magistrate’s Court here today for causing hurt on a security guard of a housing estate recently. Magistrate Mohd Azali Ibrahim handed down the sentence on Franklin Andres Harry, 28, who pleaded guilty to…

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Two Businessmen Plead Not Guilty To Supporting Daesh Militant Group

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KUALA LUMPUR – Two businessmen pleaded not guilty in the High Court here today to two counts of giving support to the Daesh militant group. Hizmi Razli Abdul Rahim, 33, and Tengku Shukri Che Engku Hashim, 31, made the plea after the charges were read to them separately before Judicial Commissioner Datuk Ab Karim Ab…

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Appeals Court Strikes Out Bukit Katil MP’s Appeal

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PUTRAJAYA – The Court of Appeal today struck out the appeal brought by Member of Parliament for Bukit Katil, Melaka, Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin against a High Court’s dismissal of his constitutional challenge on the law on which he was charged for allegedly participating in the “Black 505” rally. A three-member panel led by Justice…

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Youth Claims Trail To Terrorism-Related Charges

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KUALA LUMPUR – A lorry driver claimed trial at the High Court here today to four terrorism-related charges. Syed Amir Asyraf Syed Hamdan, 21, is accused on the first charge, of consciously supporting Daesh terrorists through Facebook under the name, Abu Syed Malizi, written in Jawi alphabet. The charge is under Section 130J(1)(a) of the…

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Trader Gets 23 Years Jail For Supporting Terrorist Group

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KUALA LUMPUR – A trader was sentenced to a total of 23 years jail by the High Court here today after he pleaded guilty to three terrorism-related charges. Judicial Commissioner Datuk Ab Karim Ab Rahman handed down the sentence on Mohd Shaifful Shahril Ramli, 29, to be served from the date of arrest, which was…

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Company Director Pleads Not Guilty To Making False Declaration

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KUALA LUMPUR – A director of a company supplying aluminium products pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here today to making false declaration regarding the status of his company, eight years ago. Tey Teck Chin, 42, a director of Syarikat Weng Sieng Aluminium Sdn Bhd is alleged to have made the false declaration regarding…

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Appeals Court Declares PPS Lawfully Established Jocelyn Ann Dragon

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PUTRAJAYA – The Court of Appeal today declared that the Volunteer Patrol Team (PPS) was lawfully established by the Penang state government. A panel of three judges led by Justice Datuk Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, in allowing the state government’s appeal, set aside the Penang High Court’s decision which held that PPS was illegal. As…

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Religious Teacher Charged With Dishonest Concealment Of Money

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KUALA LUMPUR – A religious teacher pleaded not guilty in the Ampang Sessions Court here today with dishonest concealment of money belonging to a teacher she befriended on Facebook. Nooraini Dzkeria, 51, an ‘ustazah” and a counselling teacher at a religious school in Sungai Buloh, was charged with committing the offence at a school in…

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Police Inspector Charged With Accepting RM4,000 Bribe

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SANDAKAN – A police inspector was today charged in the Sessions Court here today with two counts of accepting bribe involving RM4,000. Yugeswaran Surinaraina, 28, from the Sandakan Commercial Crime Investigation Division, however pleaded not guilty to both charges before judge Ummu Kalthom Abdul Samad. On the first count, he was charged accepting RM2,000 from…

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Five Businessmen Deny Offering Bribes To Immigration Officers

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MIRI – Five businessmen separately claimed trial at the Miri Sessions Special Court (Corruption) here today to offering bribes to immigration officers. Four of them, Zubair Muhamad Fazal Mahmood, 25, Hayat Ullah Said Afzal Khan, 37, Asghar Khan, 35, and Asghar Ali Hanif-Ur-Rahman, 40, are Pakistanis while Abdullah Mohd Ali, 55, is Malaysian. Zubair is…

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Teacher Charged With Hurting Year Three Student

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PETALING JAYA – A Mathematics teacher was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with causing hurt on a Year Three student of a national school here last year. Siti Noorhidayani Mohd Salamun, 27, however, pleaded not guilty after the charge was read out to her before Magistrate Datin Fadzlin Suraya Mohd Suah. The woman,…

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