Family of rescued slave comes forward


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  • Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013

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PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian family has spoken to the English press claiming to be related to the Malaysian woman who was saved from alleged slavery in Lambert recently.

The Telegraph spoke to retired teacher Kamar Mautum, who claims to be the sister of the 69-year-old victim, whom Kamar said disappeared from the family’s lives after joining a Maoist sect.

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