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Sosilawati murder: Forensic Police Team Still Investigating Sosilawati's Murder Location

Contributed by Anonymous on Saturday, September 18 @ 11:26:47 CDT

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BANTING, Sept 18 (Bernama) -- Police's forensic team vehicles continue to be seen moving in and out of Ladang Gadong here where cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others were brutally murdered.

Bernama's monitoring of the area today found the vehicles entering the area around 8.30am and leaving a couple of hours later.
 

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A multi-purpose patrol police vehicle was also stationed about 600 metres away from the main entrance to the location, which is an oil palm plantation owned by the prime suspect in the case.

Each vehicle passing through the road was stopped by the police before being instructed to turn back and leave the plantation area.

Some members of the media continued to stake out the place from a nearby temple to monitor the developments of the ongoing investigation into the murders.

The four, who were reported missing since Aug 30, were murdered and burnt at the plantation before their ashes were disposed off at nearby rivers.

Meanwhile, the canteen operator of a nearby school, who only wanted to be known as "Uncle", said he still found it hard to believe that the murders had occurred in the plantation.

"At first, when I saw a huge crowd milling around the area, I thought they were filming a movie. I only realised that murders had taken place there when I read the newspaper and watched the news on television," he added.

-- BERNAMA

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Saturday September 18, 2010 Strong case against lawyer brothers, say police
KUALA LUMPUR: Police believe they have established a strong case against two lawyer brothers and six others over the murder of cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and her three associates. “We believe we have good leads and evidence,” said Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin. If all went well, he said police would be able to submit their report on the murders to the Attorney-General’s Chambers next week. He said police had halted evidence gathering for now at the farm in Ladang Gadong, where the murders allegedly took place, and Sungai Panchau where their bodies were believed to have been burnt and dumped. “However, the area is still cordoned off as we may resume at a later time if the need arises,” he told a press conference at the Dang Wangi police headquarters yesterday. Sosilawati, lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, CIMB bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, and driver Kamaruddin Shamsuddin, 44, went missing on Aug 30. Their burnt remains are reported to have been strewn in the river and in several streams and rivers in the vicinity of Ladang Gadong. Police said that eight missing person reports are believed to be connected to the main suspects in the Sosilawati case. Comm Mohd Bakri also confirmed that police were investigating another murder linked to the lawyer brothers. “Yes, one of the missing person cases we are looking into has been confirmed to be the murder of a woman who was slashed in Banting,” he said. Comm Mohd Bakri said police were expecting to get in four days the final DNA test results on the bone fragments found in both the river and the farm. “Among other things, a cricket bat was also recovered from the riverbed and it is believed to be one of the murder weapons,” he said. Police have also extended the remand order for five of those arrested until Sept 23. “We are also applying to extend the remand for the remaining three tomorrow,” he said. Asked whether an internal investigation would be conducted on the lack of action on previous missing person reports before the high-profile murder of Sosilawati emerged, Comm Mohd Bakri said: “Let us focus on the murders first.” He cautioned the media to stop speculating on the case and let the police do their work. “Please give us the time and space to conduct our investigations. Do not derail it with false information,” he said.

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Saturday September 18, 2010 Haunted by a grave mistake
KUALA LANGAT: Motor workshop owner P. Balasandram believes that his biggest mistake was allowing the lawyer brothers allegedly behind millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya’s murder to talk him into lending money. “Not only did I lose money in the venture but my wife’s life became the ultimate sacrifice,” said Balasandram. His wife T. Selvi was slashed to death by two men in front of their Banting home in April last year. Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar had said that the lawyer brothers, who used to have a money-lending business with Bala­san­dram, had been implicated in Selvi’s murder. Balasandram said the lawyers had acted as the “middle person” and witnesses for three loan agreements signed in 2006.
Infamous farm: Members of the media gathering in Ladang Gadong where the murders allegedly took place.
However, he said only one borrower had repaid his loan in full. “One borrower has only paid half of his loan while another who had taken the biggest loan at RM80,000, only paid RM15,000,” he claimed. It is believed the RM80,000 borrower is a businesswoman with links to the brothers. Balasandram claimed that despite her refusing to repay the remaining amount, the lawyers had “protected” her. When he sent a letter of demand to the brothers and the borrowers, they called him and his wife to their legal office in November 2007. “The woman who borrowed the RM80,000 was there. They threatened to harm my family if I continued to pressure them for my money,” he said. Balasandram said he decided not to take legal action after his wife’s murder as he feared for the safety of his three children aged between 14 and 20.
----the sunTwo more nabbed over missing Indian businessman

Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 18, 2010) :
Police have made further progress in multiple murder probe involving two lawyers, with the arrest of two more suspects.

The suspects who are allegedly linked to the two lawyers arrested over the killing of the cosmetic company millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and her three associates on Aug 3, were picked up to assist in the probe of another case involving missing Indian businessman A.Muthuraja.

Selangor police chief DCP Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said police arrested a 34-year-old man in Taman Wilayah, Selayang late yesterday evening.

In a follow up operation just after midnight today, a second suspect, aged 21, was arrested at Kampung Laksamana, Batu Caves.

He said investigators believe both men can shed light into the case of the missing Indian businessman.

Muthuraja who had come to Malaysia to meet the lawyers in January, had never been seen again.
His wife, S Usharani  lodged a police report on Sept 8 after months of trying to locate her husband.
The latest arrests brings the total number of those detained to 10 suspects.

It is learnt that more arrests are expected to follow in the coming days.

The disappearance of Sosilawati, her lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, and driver Kamaruddin Shamsuddin, 44 on Aug 30 uncovered probably the country's most gruesome case of mass homicide last week.

A 41-year-old lawyer who claimed to be a Datuk, and is believed to be the mastermind behind the killings, and his brother who is also a lawyer, are the main suspects.

Police discovered the four victims were lured to the lawyer's farm near Taman Gadong, Morib and clubbed to death before their bodies were burnt and the ashes later thrown into a nearby river.

Police believe they have built a strong case against the suspects and expect to charge them for the murders next week.

Kuala Lumpur CID chief SAC Datuk Ku Chin Wah said remand orders for eight suspects arrested last week, have been extended a further week until Sept 25.

 
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