Another Filipino charged over Sulu intrusion

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  • Saturday, 13 Jul 2013

TAWAU: Another Filipino has been charged at the Tawau High Court in connection with the Sulu intrusion, bringing the total number of people hauled up in court to 31, including a special branch officer.

Habil Suhaili pleaded not guilty before judge P. Ravinthran over charges made against him for being part of a terrorist group.

He was charged Section 130A of the Penal Code yesterday.

The plea was recorded at the Tawau prison, and has been declared as the High Court for this case.

The Attorney-General made no objection to the case.

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