Cradle Fund murder trial: Cops confirm receiving reports from photographer and lawyer over scuffle

SHAH ALAM: The police have confirmed receiving reports from a photographer and lawyer respectively following a scuffle that took place at the lobby of the Shah Alam High Court building on Tuesday morning (June 21).

Shah Alam district police chief ACP Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim said initial investigations found that the incident involved a 34-year-old part-time photographer of a local newspaper and a 50-year-old lawyer.

"The incident occurred when the lobby of the Shah Alam High Court was crowded while the team of lawyers was heading to the courtroom and media personnel were covering the murder case of Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan," he said.

He said both men received outpatient treatment at the Shah Alam Hospital with the photographer suffering scratches on the neck and arms while the lawyer suffered a wound on the forehead.

According to ACP Mohd Iqbal, the case is being investigated under Section 160 of the Penal Code, and further investigations are under way.

Any information related to the case can be channelled to the Investigating Officer Insp Muhamad Ridzuan Ibrahim at 013-305 0856. - Bernama

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