'I'm sorry, it was my anger that started this'

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014

(From left) Tourism Malaysia D-G Datuk Mirza Mohammad Taiyab, lawyer Timo Manninen and Malaysian Ambassador to Sweden Datuk Badruddin Abdul Rahman, having a discussing outside the courthouse in Stockholm, Sweden.

STOCKHOLM: The trial of the Malaysian couple accused of abusing their children in Sweden began here on Tuesday, with the defence producing a letter in court, written by one of their children.

"I'm sorry, it was my anger that started this," wrote Ammar, 12, the second of four children of Azizul Raheem, a Tourism Malaysia director in Stockholm and his wife Shalwati Nurshal, a school teacher on unpaid leave.

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