Thirteen in Lahad Datu intrusion case want to plead guilty


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  • Monday, 22 Feb 2016

Malaysian forces prepare to move in on intruders in Tanduo in this 2013 file pic.

KOTA KINABALU: Thirteen of 19 accused, who were earlier ordered to enter their defence to charges linked to the Lahad Datu intrusion, conveyed to the High Court here that they want to plead guilty.

With the latest development, Justice Stephen Chung who had fixed the defence trial for three weeks commencing Monday, adjourned proceedings to Tuesday morning, during which the court is expected to take and record the guilty plea.

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