Myth-taken for truth


Black magic tales: Rumours abound that Mona Fandey was free to go in and out of Kajang Prison – and even had time to party.

ALTHOUGH it happened 23 years ago, the murder case involving bomoh couple Mohd Affandi Abdul Rahman and Maznah Ismail, better known as Mona Fandey, is still remembered as one of the most sensational crime cases in the country.

With the help of their assistant Juraimi Husin, the duo killed Batu Talam state assemblyman Datuk Mohd Mazlan Idris and chopped up his body into 18 pieces before burying him in an 1.8m deep hole at an unnumbered house in Ulu Dong, near Raub, Pahang, in July 1993.

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