Families of youths allegedly shot dead in robbery lose case against cops


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  • Tuesday, 11 Aug 2015

SHAH ALAM: The families of three youths allegedly shot dead almost five years ago had their civil suit dismissed after the High Court ruled that policemen had fired shots in self-defence.

The court also held that it could not form an opinion on whether there was execution style of killing of the youths due to absence of expert evidence over the matter.

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