Follow up on sosilawati case

Follow up on sosilawati case

Banting : Malaysia | Sep 23, 2010 at 5:38 AM PDT
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A man who believed to be the main suspect of murder millionaire cosmetics, Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three other individuals, once again brought to a water channel, here, is believed to find new evidence of the case.

Forensic teams appeared to have the suspect, dressed in a purple and lock hand, to a water channel that connects the irrigation Kampung Sungai Lang here at about 10:30 this morning.

They then left the location of the two and a half hours later, with no trace any object or material evidence.

Tuesday, 41-year-old suspect was also transported to the location with police is believed to seek a new indication on that the murder case.

Sosilawati, 47, her personal driver, Shamsuddin Kamarudin, 44, an officer of CIMB bank,Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, and a private lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, reported missing since 30 August last year after it is said to Banting to the business of land acquisition.

All four victims later confirmed by police beaten to death before their bodies were burned and the ashes thrown into the river near the Ladang Gadong, Tanjung Sepat.

Meanwhile, Remand period of five suspects involved in the suspected murder of a cosmetics millionaire, Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others connected to another week from today.

Registrar of the Magistrate's Court, Ahmad Ismail Shakin allow continued detention on remand of the five men, aged between 20's and 30's that ended today was to enable the police to conduct a thorough investigation of the case.

The order was made by Ahmad Ismail Shakin Remand Centre in Bukit Jalil here, which is where all the suspects involved were arrested.This is the third time in their remand period extended.

However, the remand period of three other including two lawyers who believed the main suspects in the killing will end this Saturday

toreksulong is based in Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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