The judge who killed off mega awards


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  • Saturday, 15 Mar 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Chief Justice Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah, who “killed off” the mega-defamation award trend in the last decade, retires today after 21 years as a judge. 

“Yes, I killed off that trend,” he said in an interview. 

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