Death for Al-Ma'unah man

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  • Friday, 27 Jun 2003

The Federal Court has enhanced the sentence of another member of the Al-Ma’unah movement convicted for treason from life imprisonment to death. 

The five-person bench headed by Chief Justice Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, unanimously allowed the prosecution’s cross appeal to enhance Jemari Jusoh’s sentence to death yesterday.  

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