A Most Peculiar Malaysian Murder by Shamini FlintInspector Singh is in a bad mood. Hes been sent from his home in Singapore to Kuala Lumpur to solve a murder that has him stumped. Chelsea Liew – the famous Singaporean model – is on death row for the murder of her ex-husband. She swears she didnt do it, he thinks she didnt do it, but no matter how hard he tries to get to the bottom of things, he still arrives back at the same place – that Chelseas husband was shot at point blank range, and that Chelsea had the best motivation to pull the trigger: he was taking her kids away from her. Now Inspector Singh must pull out all the stops to crack a crime that could potentially free a beautiful and innocent woman and reunite a mother with her children. Theres just one problem – the Malaysian police refuse to play ball...
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Its largest city, Kuala Lumpur, a place once so sparsely populated that it looked like a botanical garden, has exploded into a cosmopolitan metropolis of shopping malls, luxury hotels and sprawling suburbs. It is hard to find someone in Kuala Lumpur today who does not have a story about a purse snatching, a burglary or worse. Residents in middle-class and wealthy neighborhoods have begun to gate their communities, often without local government permission. And the demand for personal guards has soared, with the number of certified security companies nationwide more than tripling over the past decade to from , according to the Security Services Association of Malaysia, which trains guards. Even the extent of the crime wave in this country of 29 million people is in question. Despite the widely held perception of a sustained crime wave, the government says that after doubling from to , the number of reported cases of violent crime nationwide has declined sharply since then. Government officials say they have achieved the drop by adding police officers on the streets and security cameras and barriers along roads to deter thefts by people on motorbikes, as well as by studying policing methods in cities like New York.
Within 45 seconds, they had commandeered his car and taken him away. He has not been seen since. - Welcome Guest Log In Register. NET forums Advertisement.
Nurin Jazlin Binti Jazimin 11 September — 16 September was an eight-year-old Malaysian murder victim, who was originally reported missing after she had gone to a wet market near her house in Section 1, Wangsa Maju , Kuala Lumpur to buy a hair clip on the night of 20 August Her parents filed a missing person report to the police and a search for her was undertaken in the subsequent weeks by several organisations, including the mainstream media and NGOs. Her murder has not yet been solved. It contained an unidentified child's naked body which had been stuffed in the fetal position ; police believed that she had been dead for more than six hours before the discovery. It was determined that bacterial infection had contributed to her death.
Judge Justice Azman Abdullah, who acquitted and discharged the seven over the gruesome murder in Taman OUG last year, held that the chain of evidence in the case had been broken because the husband, Datuk Wong Chun Keen, did not turn up to give evidence. The seven - M. Pal Ganapathy, 27, S. Vijendran, 30, K. Sattiyarao, 30, and restaurant owner Liew Lai Chen the lone woman in the trial , 48, - walked away without their defence being called after the court ruled that the prosecution failed to prove a prima facie case.