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Published: Tuesday June 14, 2011 MYT 10:13:00 AMUpdated: Tuesday June 14, 2011 MYT 1:36:31 PM
By M. MAGESWARI
KUALA LUMPUR: An inquest into the death of Selangor Customs assistant director Ahmad Sarbaini Mohamed (pix) while in MACC custody will be held from July 4 to July 15.
Coroner Aizatul Akmal Maharani said the matter would be heard at the magistrate's court here.
Ahmad Sarbaini was among those detained by MACC on April 1 during a graft probe involving Customs officers who allegedly caused the Government to lose RM2.2bil in under-declared taxes.
Ahmad Sarbani was found dead on the first floor of the MACC office in Jalan Cochrane here on April 6.
He had been released on bail but went to the MACC building, apparently to change his statement.
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