Sulu intruders' 'graves' stir community discontent

comments     Aidila Razak & Gary Louis Supi     Published     Updated

SABAH Sometime last month, a resident of Kampung Binaong in Keningau received a text message from an unidentified person.

"It said that four of the Sulu intruders are buried here (in Keningau) but not to tell anyone. I didn't know who sent this to me, so I quickly deleted it," the woman said.

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