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The High Court hearing the Hasleza Ishak murder trial has ruled that accused Sabarudin Non made a voluntary confession while in police custody.
Defence lawyers continue to grill police witnesses in the trial-within-a-trial of the Hasleza Ishak murder trial in a bid to prove that co-accused Sabarudin Non was oppressed and promised leniency if he confessed to the crime.
Treating blood with ozone may seem a rather strange practice, but as PHILIP GOLINGAI finds out, there is a science behind this unique form of therapy.
Mussels have become big business since the beginning of the 20th century when the truck was invented allowing this shellfish to reach markets further and further away. Today, mussels are farmed in huge numbers and the business has evolved into a substantial high-tech industry.
The Hasleza trial: Carpenter Sabarudin Non, a co-accused in the murder trial of the Raja di-Hilir Perak's second wife Hasleza Ishak, was in tears when giving his confession to a magistrate last Oct 16, the High Court heard yesterday.
They had promised a showdown between Europe and Asia. And they did not disappoint as India's Arjun Atwal and Sweden's Fredrik Andersson blitzed the course with nine-under 62s to emerge as leaders on a hot opening day of the US$1.1 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open at the Mines Resort and Golf Club yesterday.
High Court Justice Mohd Noor Abdullah decided to disallow the confession of Mat Saad Isa, a co-accused turned prosecution witness in the Hasleza Ishak murder case Thursday.
Eight Indonesians, including seven armed with sub-machine guns, hijacked a RM150,000 trawler 17 nautical miles off Penang island on Tuesday.
Padi farmer Mat Saad Isa was determined to kill Hasleza Ishak because he was afraid that some 'I>orang-orang Raja/I(acquaintances of the royal family)' would harm his family if he failed to carry out their instructions to do so, a High Court heard yesterday.
Hasleza Ishak, the second wife of the Raja di-Hilir Perak, was killed by a padi planter who threw her from a bridge for a mere RM1,500, the High Court heard Tuesday.