Pastor's abduction: Ex-IGP agrees to 'lapses' in probe suggestion

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 30 Oct 2017, 9:55 am

SUHAKAM INQUIRY | Former inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar conceded that there could have been lapses with regard to the initial investigations into Pastor Raymond Koh's abduction.

“Yes,” he replied when lawyer Gurdial Singh, who is acting for Koh's family, made the suggestion during Suhakam's public inquiry into the disappearance of the pastor and other activists.

The lawyer had earlier referred to testimonies heard so far, which appeared to suggest there were several "delays" in the investigations...

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