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Raja Mahani: I did not order the killing

Raja Nor Mahani Raja Shahar Shah, who was given the chance to #8220;clear the air#8221; in the Hasleza Ishak murder, told a High Court she did not order the killing of her husband's second wife.

Bomoh saved me, says trader Mat Saad cast out evil spell, court told

A trader told the Hasleza Ishak murder trial that she owed her life to Mat Saad Isa, a bomoh who cured her of an evil spell 12 years ago.

'Prince of darkness' Murder trial told of strange behaviour in palace

The Raja di-Hilir Perak liked being surrounded by darkness before a bomoh summoned a supernatural being from his palace, the High Court heard during the Hasleza Ishak murder trial Friday.

Bomoh recites chant to judge

A bomoh broke down in the High Court in Taiping when he was asked to recite a chant he had used #8220;to summon the souls#8221; of a prince and his wife.

'Spell the target, not Hasleza'

A I>bomoh/Iaccused of abetting in the murder of Hasleza Ishak said he sought help to end an evil spell and not to kill the woman who was the second wife of the Raja d-Hilir Perak.

'Someone had cast an evil spell on Raja Mahani'

A bomoh summoned a supernatural being and a figurine appeared in his ritual bowl, the Taiping High Court heard Tuesday.

Hasleza had fits, says accused

Hasleza Ishak went into fits #8220;like a chicken being slaughtered#8221; after padi farmer Mat Saad Isa struck her on the neck, the High Court heard during her murder trial yesterday.

Living with a waste pouch

People who have ostomy bags attached to their abdomens to collect their faeces can live normal lives, but society and the government could be more sympathetic, reports LOH FOON FONG.

Manimaran: I feared Mat Saad

A co-accused in the Hasleza Ishak murder trial told the High Court that he feared Mat Saad Isa because the self-confessed killer lived through a gruesome attack by a buffalo.

'I was so scared I wet my pants'

Co-accused J. Manimaran urinated in his pants when he realised that Hasleza Ishak had stopped breathing, a High Court heard.