Bahri and wife issue demand letter to sister-in-law

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Former Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) special operations division director Bahri Mohd Zin and his wife have sent a notice of demand to Noraihan Che Ali to retract her statement against them, made at a press conference last month, or risk facing a defamation suit.

The notice was sent by the firm of Haniff Khatri to Noraihan Che Ali yesterday, giving her 10 days to retract and apologise for her allegations at the Jan 20 press conference at a hotel in Subang Jaya, which Bahri and his wife claimed were slanderous and defamatory.

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