By Kow Kwan Yee
Slain woman's husband seeks identity of shooters
During a press conference outside the courtroom, Charles showed reporters a letter by Selangor police chief Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah, dated April 1, this year, in which it was stated that the police were obligated to update the deceased’s family on the progress of investigation.
“I had sent four letters to the police between March and July, and some of the replies (received) mentioned other things,” he said.
For example, Charles said Selangor deputy CID chief Rusdi Mohd Isa had, on July 22, wrote a reply to him stating that the police had charged the deceased’s friend, who was the driver of the car they were in during the incident.
“We don’t care about the driver and I hope police do not divert attention (away from the issue),” he lamented.
Meanwhile, Foo’s counsel Ng Chung Yee said that the police should have completed the ballistic and chemist’s reports by the end of February, but the outcome was not made known at all.
Asked if Foo’s children, aged three and four, had known about their mother’s death, he said the kids kept asking where their mother was.
He said that he had since quit his job as a lorry driver to take care of the two children.
“Now that I have found a babysitter and I’ll find a new job soon,” he added.A lorry driver, whose wife was allegedly fatally shot by policemen in Klang on Jan 18, has filed an application with the Shah Alam High Court to compel the police to reveal the identity of the assailants.