Umany ex-president who filmed police raid claims trial to disobeying order

PETALING JAYA: Universiti Malaya Association of New Youth (Umany) former president Wong Yan Ke has claimed trial at a Magistrate’s Court here on Friday (Nov 13) to the charge of disobeying an order by a policeman during a raid.

Wong Yan Ke, 24, was accused of disobeying an order by a civil servant, ASP Lee Robert, to stop recording a Facebook video when the police raided the premises.

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