Penalty in Lahad Datu case too light, says A-G

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  • Tuesday, 23 Aug 2016

KUANTAN: The Attorney-General’s Chambers is pressing for the death penalty against the nine Filipinos sentenced to life imprisonment for the armed intrusion into Lahad Datu, Sabah.

It has filed an appeal against the decision by the Kota Kinabalu High Court to jail the men over the February 2013 invasion that resulted in a military conflict and 72 deaths.

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