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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Bre-ad issue hits newspapers


PETALING JAYA: An online campaign against a bread company has prompted two companies to take up newspaper advertisements to clarify the issue.
While Gardenia Bakeries (KL) Sdn Bhd took up an ad to deny that it is a “crony company”, FFM Bhd, which makes a rival product, has claimed that it was not behind the “boycott Gardenia” campaign.
FFM's management stressed that the company had not endorsed any write-up which urged consumers to refrain from buying its competitor's products.
“There are articles circulating in various media that have urged consumers to prefer our product against that of our competitor.
“FFM wishes to distance itself from these articles and would like to stress that we are in no way responsible for these articles nor do we endorse the articles nor the attendant publicity,” FFM Bhd said in a full-page advertisement yesterday.
It also noted that the company had always believed that businesses should be allowed to operate in a fair and equitable manner that permitted free enterprise and competition.
“We have been fortunate to be able to compete in a market that shares these values,” said FFM.
An online campaign surfaced last month against Gardenia Bakeries, accusing it of being a “crony company”. The anti-Gardenia campaign also called on consumers to support rival bread company Massimo, owned by FFM.
In its advertisement, Gardenia Bakeries said it was a “myth” that it was a crony company.
“We proudly have Bernas as our bumiputra partner since 2001 in accordance with the Industrial Coordination Act. We take pride in this fact and even display this for all visitors to our factories to see.”
Gardenia Bakeries said that it purchased flour from Malayan Flour Mills Bhd and Prestasi Flour Mills (M) Sdn Bhd purely due to commercial reasons, adding that although Bernas had a stake in another flour mill, it had never been directed or coerced into buying flour from the mill.
“This speaks volume on the professionalism of the Bernas management,” the advertisement said.
The company stressed that it had never failed to make fresh products that were delivered daily, come rain or shine.
“This commitment and achievement is the envy of everyone, our competitors included.”
“This envy has resulted in the circulation of many malicious rumours and falsehood. However, underhanded tactics with racial and political overtones have been used. We all should not be a party to this exploitation and manipulation,” it said. - theStarOnline

Friday, December 30, 2011

Foreign students running drug syndicate


GEORGE TOWN: The woman arrested with 3.9kg syabu at Penang International Airport (PIA) here on Wednesday was a drug mule for an international drug trafficking syndicate run by foreign students.
Penang police chief Datuk Ayub Yaakob said two Nigerian students behind the syndicate were arrested at KL Sentral the same day the woman was detained.
"After the woman's arrest at PIA at 10.40am, a police team managed to track down the two foreign students aged 26 and 37 years," he told a press conference.
Police arrested the two students at KL Sentral and believed that they were waiting for the 42-year-old woman to arrive from Penang.
"The single mother was supposed to take an express bus from Penang to KL Sentral with the drugs to avoid detection by authorities.
"The syndicate used a new tactic by skipping KL International Airport (KLIA) due to strict enforcement over there."
Ayub said the tactic failed as Penang police managed to trace the spa employee in Kuala Lumpur who was carrying the drugs in a baggage.
Investigation also found that the Penang woman was a lover of one of the students arrested and was highly paid to carry the drugs.
Besides money, the woman was also given a free travel package to carry drugs worth RM750,000.
"On Dec 21, the woman took a flight from KLIA to Mumbai, India, and to Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Bamako (Mali), a country in West Africa to take the drugs."
Ayub said police seized RM29,634 from the suspects who were remanded until Jan 4 to aid investigation under Section 39B of Dangerous Drugs Act 1952. - BERNAMA

Datuk Shamsubahrin Ismail charged with 2 counts of cheating NFC chairman


KUALA LUMPUR: Businessman Datuk Shamsubahrin Ismail was charged Friday with two counts of cheating National Feedlot CorporationChairman (NFC) Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail.
Shamsubahrin, CEO of Shamsubahrin Ismail Resouces Sdn Bhd, pleaded not guilty at the KL Sessions Court to the cheating charges.
Shamsubahrin being led out of the court room after he was charged with cheating
He is said to have induced Dr Salleh to agree to pay for his service at a restaurant in Bukit Tunku at 6pm on Nov 20 and duping him.
Sessions Court Judge Ahmad Zamzani Mohd Zain set his bail at RM300,000 in one surety and ordered him to surrender his passport to the court.
The judge set jan 21 for mention.
Shamsubahrin was detained on Dec 21 when he allegedly tried to bribe several commercial crimes investigations department (CCID) officers probing the NFC issue with about RM1.7mil to avoid arrest.
His was kept in remand until he was produced in court Friday.
NFC became mired in controversy when the Auditor General's report in October said the company was in a mess and had failed to meet its cattle production target.
NFC had been given a RM250mil loan by the government to turn the local cattle industry into a large-scale business with the long term of helping Malaysia become self sufficient in producing beef.
MACC is investigating the company and also probing to see if Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, who is the wife of Dr Mohamad Salleh, had any part in the awarding of the RM250mil loan to NFC.

Air traffic alert after Alaska volcano spews ash cloud

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Volcano in Alaska spews ash cloud

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - A remote volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands erupted violently early on Thursday, spouting an ash cloud 15,000 feet (4,570 metres) into the sky and prompting an air-traffic alert, scientists said.
The Cleveland Volcano, located on an uninhabited island 940 miles (1,500 km) southwest of Anchorage, had been oozing lava and gas since July.
Ash from the 5,676-foot (1,730 metre) volcano is considered potentially dangerous to aircraft because Cleveland's peak lies directly below commercial flight paths between Asia and North America.
Additional explosions producing larger ash clouds are possible and could come without warning, the observatory said.
Jet engines are vulnerable to damage and sudden failure if they suck in gritty volcanic dust.
A KLM airliner abruptly dropped more than 14,000 feet when it flew through ash belched into the atmosphere from an eruption of the Mount Redoubt volcano, just west of Cook Inlet, in 1989. The badly damaged jet landed in Anchorage.
Thursday's explosion, captured by satellite imagery, likely stemmed from a gradual buildup of pressure during months of intermittent low-level eruptions, said Dave Schneider, a geophysicist with the Alaska Volcano Observatory.
The last significant eruption at Cleveland was in 2001, when the volcano unleashed three explosions that spewed ash as high as 39,000 feet, spilled a stream of lava from the summit crater and unleashed an avalanche of molten rock, according to the observatory. Cleveland also erupted in 2009, with smaller ash emissions.
The volcano encompasses about half the uninhabited Chuginadak Island. The nearest human settlement is Nikolski, a tiny Aleut village located about 45 miles to the east.
Although Cleveland is among the most active of Alaska's roughly 90 volcanoes, no seismic equipment or cameras are set up there for continuous monitoring because of its remote location. Scientists keep tabs with satellite data, witness reports and video from mariners and pilots in the area.
Interference with air travel is the most immediate risk posed by Alaskan volcanoes. But they are not alone.
An ash cloud from a Chilean volcano grounded flights across eastern and southern Australia in June. The eruption of an Icelandic volcano in 2010 led to 100,000 canceled flights, hampering the air travel of some 10 million people. - theStarOnline

Be vigilant during celebrations, women told


KUALA LUMPUR: Women revellers planning to celebrate New Year's Eve have been cautioned to be vigilant.
Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said it was important for women to keep safe when going out with friends.
“An act of crime is an act of opportunity. We suggest women go out in big groups and look out for each other at all times,” he said yesterday.
He said it was very likely that abusers and criminals would lurk around in clubs or public places looking for victims.
“We hope ladies will be extra conscious of their surroundings and be mindful of strangers.
“It is common to hear cases of drinks being spiked without the person's knowledge. Women must always take care of one another,” he said.
He advised women to store the contact number of police stations in their handphones.
“It is essential to know who to contact or where the nearest police station is,” he said.
All Women's Action Society (Awam) programme manager Betty Yeoh said it was important for men to respect women when they interact in public.
“If a woman feels that she is being harassed or humiliated, she must immediately speak out or alert the authorities,” she said.
Women's Aid Organisation executive director Ivy Josiah said men should take responsibility.
“If they make the decision not to behave badly and choose not to harass women, there will be no problem,” she said. - theStarOnline

Hui Linn gets green light to step out and go shopping


GEORGE TOWN: After enduring a series of plastic surgery in the past nine days, acid attack victim Tan Hui Linn has been allowed to venture outdoors.
The teenager, who had been confined to her room earlier, was given the green light by doctors to visit Myeongdong Market, which is Seoul's shopping haven.
However, Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi said doctors had cautioned Hui Linn, 19, about catching a cold during her outdoor trip today.
Out and about: Hui Linn is looking forward to taking a walk at Seoul’s famous Myeongdong Market after going through surgery for nine days. — Photo courtesy of Kwong Wah Jit Poh
“The weather in Seoul is cold and dry now with the temperature ranging between 1˚C and below 4˚C. The doctors are concerned that her facial skin will crack due to the weather,” he said.
“Hui Linn is also advised to control her facial movement whenever she smiles as she has just had skin grafting surgery on her face,” he said in a telephone interview from Seoul, where Hui Linn is seeking treatment sponsored under the Medical Korea Project by the South Korean government.
Ooi, who is helping to coordinate the trip, said Hui Linn had wished to take a walk in the market where there was a large number of trendy boutiques.
He also said that doctors had fixed Jan 6 to conduct an eyebrow embroidery for Hui Linn's right eye.
This is to lay the groundwork for an eyebrow transplant using her own hair tissue.
On Oct 24, 2009, part of Hui Linn's face, body and limbs were scarred after her father Lim Teik Swee, 54, splashed acid on her mother and her while they were sleeping.
Her 50-year-old mother died while Hui Linn was blinded in the right eye. Her other eye only has limited vision now.
Despite the ordeal, she scored 9As and 1B in the SPM examination last year. - theStarOnline

Indian cops bust drug ring with KL links


CHENNAI: Indian intelligence has smashed an interstate gang trying to smuggle out Ephedrine from a pharmaceutical factory in Hyderabad, allegedly to be trafficked into Malaysia for New Year parties.

During the Monday midnight raid, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) detectives detained four suspects and seized 4,100kg of Ephedrine, or “party drug”, in the Hyderabad factory, bordering Andhra Pradesh state.

“A gang in Chennai had contacted another gang in Hyderabad to supply these drugs. They wanted to smuggle them to Malaysia.

“One of the four suspects arrested is already wanted for previous ketamine smuggling to Malaysia,” C. Rajan, Chennai DRI additional director-general, said yesterday.

The value of Ephedrine and other chemicals used to produce illicit drugs seized was estimated at nearly RM10 million on the international market, said the DRI.

Drug peddlers from Hyderabad and Chennai, all in their 40s, were picked up during the past week in a well-orchestrated raid.

DRI suspects the factory could have been a major source of illicit drugs in the past.

“It is a licensed pharmaceutical factory, but much of the Ephedrine found there was not accounted for.

“We believe some quantities were also smuggled out before,” said Rajan.

The arrests dealt a crippling blow to the drug trade in south India, as the gang could possibly be a major conduit for narcotic buyers in Southeast Asian markets. - NST


Patient dies after rats chew off penis in ward


NEW DELHI: A pneumonia patient is alleged to have bled to death after rats nibbled off his penis in a government-run hospital in Kolkata, reported local media.

The horrific incident happened at the SSKM Hospital on Friday where Arun Sandhukh, 53, was seeking treatment for pneumonia, reported the Asian Age newspaper.

The hospital authorities admitted the prevalent of rat menace in the wards but did not comment further.

"No nurse was found at the scene and he was writhing in pain. His penis had been nibbled by rats," the victim's relative only known as Bishwanath told the media.  

Only family members who came to visit Arun discovered him dead in a pool of blood, said the news report.

Medical mishaps in poorly-equipped and overcrowded hospitals in Kolkata, West Bengal's capital, hogged media attention in recent weeks.

Last Saturday, an inebriated hospital cleaner, at the Calcutta Medical College, was reported to have pulled off the oxygen mask of a three-week old baby that led to her death.  

In another appalling tragedy in a private hospital in Kolkata, over 90 people, mostly patients suffocated to death, after fire swept through the building in the early hours of Dec 9. -- BERNAMA (published 24/12/2011)


Thursday, December 29, 2011

Guard pulled my pants, claims young hotel guest


KUALA LUMPUR: A 13-year-old girl who is holidaying here with her family from Indonesia has accused a hotel security guard of pulling down her pants while she was taking a nap.
The hotel management, however, has refuted the allegations.
The alleged incident occurred when the 31-year-old security guard, an Indian national who had started his first day of duty, was on his rounds on the third floor of the hotel, near Jalan Pudu here.
The door to the room where the girl and her eight-year-old brother were sleeping in was allegedly ajar.
The guard is alleged to have entered the room and sneaked to the sleeping girl and pulled down her pants.
The girl screamed and alerted her parents, who were staying at an adjoining room. With the help of others, the guard was nabbed and a police report lodged at the Dang Wangi district police station.
Hotel manager Munish Goindarasay denied the allegations.
“The guard was on his rounds and found the door unlocked and called to the room occupants to shut it.
“It was only after 20 minutes that the girl screamed,” he said, adding that the guard was nabbed when he ran back to the room to investigate.
It is learnt that the teenager and her family were part of a 25-member holiday group from Indonesia. They were scheduled to return yesterday evening but have extended their stay to help in police investigations. - theStarOnline

Beaten up and forced into sex


MALACCA: A 19-year-old girl was locked up, assaulted and forced to have sex with several men whom her captors brought before she was rescued during a police raid at a budget hotel in Taman Melaka Raya here.
The victim, from Sungai Semun, Perak, told police she was battered with a television cable several times and her pictures taken whenever she bathed at the home of a 20-year-old woman, said to be vice ring’s leader.
One of her captors threatened to upload her nude pictures on YouTube if she refused to be a hooker.
The victim, in her police report, claimed she was forced to entertain “many clients” even though she was exhausted after every session.
A police team, who had been on the trail of the ring leader, raided the hotel and nabbed three women before rescuing the victim.
In a follow-up operation, police picked up a 21-year-old man in Klebang near here and seized several of the victim’s belongings and RM450 in cash.
Investigations revealed that the victim was persuaded to come to Malacca by a woman, known as Nabsiah, with a promise that she would be employed at a fast food restaurant here.
However, upon her arrival, she was kept captive in a house and assaulted by Nabsiah and her gang members and told that she would have to “entertain” a list of clients.
Datuk K. Basil, who heads a state government task force to eradicate vice, said state police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Chuah Ghee Lyehad ordered the raid.
“SAC Chuah was concerned over an earlier report that a woman from Malacca had allegedly lured runaway girls and kept them captive here before forcing them into prostitution,” he said.
Basil said the task force, set up by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, would work closely with the police and local authorities to wipe out prostitution in the state.
He said two members of the vice ring were expected to be charged under the Anti-Human Trafficking Act 2007.
On Dec 2, another 19-year-old girl from Ulu Temiang in Negri Sembilan said she was forced to have sex with six men.
The teenager was believed to be among a group of runaway girls that the woman and a male accomplice had lured for prostitution.
Negri Sembilan police later detained the 29-year-old woman and the man at a hotel in Bahau during a raid. Several teenage girls were rescued in that operation. - theStarOnline

Friday, December 23, 2011

Dogs terrorise Aussie tourist and her son at beach


GEORGE TOWN: An Australian tourist and her three-year-old son who went crab hunting at the Batu Ferringhi beach had the shock of their lives when a pack of dogs charged at them.
Executive assistant Miranda Tullock, 39, and her son Max had earlier spotted the five dogs on the rocks “at least 200m away” but did not think they were a threat.
“We have dogs back home so we weren't afraid of them,” said Miranda.
Badly shaken: David and Miranda comforting Max at the Golden Sands Resort in Batu Ferringhi Thursday.
“Suddenly, the dogs charged at us,” she said. “On their hind legs, they could easily tower over Max.
“I didn't even have time to think and Max just screamed. I thought we were surely going to be bitten because the dogs were so aggressive,” she said at the Golden Sands Resort yesterday.
Miranda said she picked Max up and lifted him high above her head. “There was no way both of us could have outrun the dogs,” she added.
Fortunately, some locals and tourists nearby helped the mother and son.
“I was traumatised and in tears,” said Miranda.
“Batu Ferringhi is a popular tourist area so we definitely did not expect this. I hope the local authorities can do more to help ensure the safety of visitors to the beach,” she said.
Her husband David, who was in his room at the time, said Miranda was badly shaken.
He also urged the local authorities to “take a serious look” at the water sports zoning areas.
David said the swimming area was just too narrow and dangerous.
“The parasailing ropes dangle just above the water where people swim,” he said.
The family, who arrived here last Monday, will be here for two-and-a-half-weeks before heading to Kuala Lumpur. - theStarOnline

Cops arrest ‘Datuk Fixit’ over NFC claim


KUALA LUMPUR: A “Datuk” who claims he can settle sensitive commercial crime cases, such as the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC)issue, has been arrested.
The Datuk, who is said to be well-known and had duped numerous people, was detained on Wednesday when he tried to bribe several commercial crimes investigations department (CCID) officers with about RM1.7mil to avert arrest.
Sources said the man had also conned those desperate to hire maids, claiming he had “inside connections” to get cheaper maids faster.
They said the CCID officers were looking into his claims that he could “settle” the NFC investigations.
“CCID officers are checking if his datukship is genuine, how many people he had conned and how much he has made over the years,” one source said.
“Although he is not directly involved with the NFC, the CCID officers want to probe what his link or role in the on-going investigation is.”
CCID director Commissioner Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan said the Datuk, who owns a foreign worker agency and a taxi company, was nabbed at the Federal CCID headquarters in Bukit Perdana at about 4pm yesterday.
Comm Syed Ismail said three weeks ago, the Datuk was arrested over a cheating case in Cheras and was released on bail.
“He is also wanted to help in another cheating case in Bercham, Ipoh.”
Asked if the Datuk was related to a serving minister or if he was linked to the NFC scandal, Comm Syed Ismail said: “I don't have to tell you his name, but I am sure you all know and can decide whether they are related.”
The Datuk was held overnight at the Bukit Jalil police station's temporary detention centre before being handed over to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday.
Comm Syed Ismail stressed that no one had been arrested in connection with the NFC case and that investigations were on-going.
Issues on the NFC cropped up following the Auditor-General's Report 2010 in October which stated that the NFC had failed to fulfil the target of its formation, while the Opposition claimed there were misappropriation in the management of its funds. - theStarOnline

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Best PMR results in last four years


PUTRAJAYA: A total of 34,271 (7.77%) out of 441,137 students scored straight A's in the 2011 Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examinations, making it the best PMR results in the past four years, said Education director-general Datuk Seri Abd Ghafar Mahmud.
He said the National Average Grade (GPN) for the examinations improved from 2.74 to 2.71 this year (a lower GPN indicates better results).
(In 2010, the percentage of straight A's scorers was 7.02%.)
"This year's GPN indicator is also the highest of the past four years.
"Additionally, all subjects showed an improvement in student achievement, except Bahasa Melayu, Mandarin, Iban language and Islamic Studies," he said when announcing the PMR results analysis here on Thursday. - theStarOnline

‘Konserto Terakhir’ replaces ‘Interlok’

The novel  Konserto Terakhir
The novel Konserto Terakhir has gone through the process of selection and screening.
KUALA LUMPUR: Another of Datuk Abdullah Hussain’s novel, Konserto Terakhir will replace Interlok as textbook for the Malay literature component in the Bahasa Malaysia subject for Form Five students from next year.


Education director-general Datuk Seri Abd Ghafar Mahmud, in a statement yesterday, said the textbook replacement would be for students in Zone Two, covering Negri Sembilan, the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, and Selangor.


Konserto Terakhir is a story of a village boy who migrated to the city and became an independent and respected musician.


The novel was already included in the syllabus for Form 5 students in Zone Two from 2000 to last year.


Abdullah Hussain, 91, was awarded the National Laureate in 1996 and has published 25 books, with Interlok being his last.


Ghafar said the cabinet had, at its Dec 14 meeting, agreed to exclude Interlok as a textbook after it received criticisms from certain segments of society.


The decision was made to avoid parties continuing to make it a controversial issue.


He said Konserto Terakhir had gone through the process of selection and screening and was found to be suitable as a school literature textbook.


Gabungan Penulis Nasional said despite its views on Interlok -- that it was a literary work and that it should remain as a textbook -- Konserto Terakhir was an important work of literature in Malay Language.


"It tells the story about society and is embedded with positive values which can be beneficial to students." - NST

A wish comes tragically true


KOTA KINABALU: Ashley Kelly had long wanted to see the Borneo Pygmy elephant. Now, she's so sorry that her wish came true. The trip to the Tabin wildlife reserve eventually led to her friend being gored to death by an elephant.
A day after attending the funeral of her buddy Jenna O'Grady Donley in Australia, she wrote on her Facebook yesterday:
“Jenna and I each had a dream. Jenna's was to see a clouded leopard not locked in captivity but wild and free, and mine was to see a pygmy elephant in the wild and free. Jenna's dream came true, but I wish mine never did.”
Donley, 26, a Sydney-based veterinarian, was gored to death by a bull elephant on Dec 7. The animal was apparently startled by the sounds of the camera shutter and flashes.
She had recently completed her studies at Sydney University together with Kelly.
Kelly said in her Facebook posting that the loss of her friend felt unreal.
“The one thing that I would like to say is that Donley did not suffer,” she said.
“I understand that there are probably things that some of you may want to know about Donley's tragic accident,” she wrote, adding that “you each deserve to know the truth and there is so much untruth in the media, which makes me so sad.”
“It is almost too bad to be true. For me, it all feels like a really bad dream and I keep thinking to myself that soon Donley is going to sweep open the blinds of our cabin and tell me to wake up that we have a day of amazing rainforest adventures ahead of us.”
Kelly said she and Donley had planned the adventure for a long time and when she walked out of the jungle alone, it was “the hardest thing in my entire life”.
She described Donley as an inspiring person who was hardworking, dedicated and disciplined.
“She was also so frustratingly good at everything she did! She was this magic combination of being so intelligent and at the same time being such an extremely hard worker and she did work so hard for everything that she achieved,” she added.
Sabah Wildlife Department rangers are continuing to look for the bull elephant. - theStarOnline

Teenager arrested for alledged rape


PUTRAJAYA: A 15-year-old was arrested yesterday, three months after he had raped a teenager in Dengkil.

The suspect was nabbed at his house in Dengkil, after a second report was lodged by the victim, also 15-years-old, at the Putrajaya police station yesterday evening.
In the report, a victim claimed that she was raped by two individuals at two separate locations on August 28.
The first incident took place at a park before she was rape again at an oil palm estate, also in Dengkil.
The victim claimed she had met her attackers when she had accompanied her friend to meet the latter's boyfriend and 10 other boys at a restaurant in Dengkil for a drink, after midnight.
She then claimed that she and her friend were brought to a park before her attacker dragged her to a secluded spot to rape her.
The victim was then asked to follow another individual home, but unfortunately she was raped again.
She also claimed that she fled her second attacker when he was filling petrol at a station in Cyber Valley where she sought help from policemen who were patrolling nearby.
According to sources, it is believed that the victim decided to lodge a second report after she was unsatisfied with the police's inability to catch her attackers earlier.
Putrajaya police chief Assistant Commissioner of Police Abdul Razak Abdul Majid confirmed the arrest of the suspect.
"We are now looking for the second suspect," he said, when contacted. - NST

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Man in triple murder case escapes gallows

IPOH: An unemployed man, who was charged with the murder of three individuals two years ago, escaped the gallows when the High Court acquitted him here today. 


In her judgment, High Court Judicial Commissioner Chong Siew Khim said the court acquitted Shahrael Amir Suhaimi due to the prosecution's failure to establish a prima facie case against him. 


She said there were conflicting testimonies and evidence presented by the prosecution including the discovery of blood stains on Shahrael's jacket only but none on his clothes. 


Furthermore, she said the blood stain on the jacket and shoe impressions found in the house were also not identified. 


Shahrael, who was 26 years old at the time, was charged with murdering salon owner Wah Yah Mat Zi, 42, and her son Muhammad Erminndanish Jafri, 5 and maid Dani Miasih, 19, during an attempted robbery of their house at No.67 Laluan Pinji Seni 4, Taman Pinji Seni here, about 2.30 pm on May 20 2009.


The charge was brought under Section 302 of the Penal Code which carries the mandatory death sentence upon conviction. - Bernama

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