Judge vis­its sites in Kevin Mo­rais case

The Sun (Malaysia) - - NEWS WITHOUT BORDERS -

BAGAN DATOH: Kuala Lumpur High Court judge Datuk Az­man Ab­dul­lah, who is pre­sid­ing over the mur­der trial of deputy public prose­cu­tor Datuk An­thony Kevin Mo­rais, yes­ter­day vis­ited three lo­ca­tions linked to the case.

The three lo­ca­tions are the Hu­tan Melin­tang po­lice sta­tion, where Mo­rais’ burnt car was kept, an oil palm plan­ta­tion in Kam­pung Sun­gai Sa­mak where Mo­rais’ car was set ablaze and a river in Kuala Se­lan­gor where a grinder and Mo­rais’ per­sonal items such as a watch, wal­let and ring were dis­posed.

Az­man, ac­com­pa­nied by court staff which in­cluded an in­ter­preter, was at the po­lice sta­tion with the pros­e­cu­tion team led by DPP Sai­ful Edris Zain­ud­din, the de­fence team and seven sus­pects in the case.

They were at the po­lice sta­tion for about 15 min­utes and left for the oil palm plan­ta­tion be­fore leav­ing for Kuala Se­lan­gor 30 min­utes later.

Six men – G. Gu­nasekaran, 48, R. Din­ish­waran, 24, A.K. Thi­nesh Kumar, 23, M. Vish­wanath, 26, Ni­malan, 23, and Ravi Chan­daran, 45 – pleaded not guilty to a charge of mur­der­ing Mo­rais be­tween 7am and 8pm be­tween Jalan Du­ta­mas Raya Sen­tul and No.1 Jalan USJ1/6D, Sub­ang Jaya, on Sept 4, 2015.

An­other sus­pect, Col Dr R. Ku­nasee­garan, 53, who is the first ac­cused, had pleaded not guilty to a charge of abet­ting the six in the mur­der. – Ber­nama

The sus­pects be­ing led to the crime scene at the oil palm plan­ta­tion.

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