Prosecution seeks revision of Long Tiger's discharge in extortion case

MUAR: The prosecution has applied for a revision of the decision of the Tangkak Magistrate's Court to grant a discharge not amounting to an acquittal (DNAA) on 33-year-old Abdul Hamim Ab Hamid, notoriously known as Long Tiger, for extortion.

The application was filed on Wednesday (May 25) before Muar High Court Judge Datuk Abu Bakar Qatar who then set June 1 for the decision.

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