Woman beaten by son’s in-laws


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  • Saturday, 13 Jan 2007

KUALA LUMPUR: Policemen allegedly watched several people beat up a 57-year-old woman and snatch a two-month-old baby boy from her during a family row at a flat in Brickfields here. 

The woman’s son, finance manager S. Balamurugan, 33, claimed that the four policemen who came to his flat when they heard the ruckus on Thursday afternoon did not lift a finger to help his mother. 

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