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I was afraid, farmer tells court

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.

What the devil?

MY EDITOR wanted me to write about the banning of the movie Daredevil but having written about censorship two weeks ago, I prefer not to repeat myself.

Hasleza thrown from a bridge

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.

Mat Saad describes events before murder

Mat Saad Isa, a co-accused who turned prosecution witness in the murder trial of Hasleza Ishak (the Raja di-Hilir Perak#8217;s second wife) told the High Court Monday that it was Raja Mahani (the first wife) who wanted Hasleza killed.

The 'spirit' of geomancy

DR ONG HEAN-TATT argues that #8216;haunted#8217; trees and bad feng shui spots could be just due to accumulation of positive ions as a result of the effects of underground water.

Witness: Accused declined to see lawyer

J. Manimaran, one of the men accused of murdering Hasleza Ishak, declined to see a lawyer or his family members prior to an identification parade, the High Court heard yesterday.

Focus on DNA tests

No DNA profile can be adduced from infected or fully degraded specimens, the High Court was told yesterday.

Padi planter jailed 14 years over killing

Padi planter Mat Saad Mat Isa, the first accused in the murder trial of Hasleza Ishak, was sentenced to 14 years' jail by the High Court Wednesday.

Hasleza murder accused alters plea

One of the three accused of the murder of Hasleza Ishak, Tuesday pleaded guilty to an alternative charge of committing culpable homicide not amounting to murder.

Mum: Hasleza wore an amulet

Hasleza Ishak, the second wife of the Raja di-Hilir Perak, wore an amulet to ward off evil spells, the High Court was told yesterday.