More police reports lodged over claims of judicial interference

Shakira Buang

Modified 23 Feb 2019, 9:29 am

Two more police reports have been lodged over judicial interference allegations contained in the affidavit filed by Court of Appeals judge Hamid Sultan Abu Backer.

The reports were lodged atthe  Petaling Jaya district police station this morning by Rafzan Ramli, 42, and Khairul Amal Mahmud, 38 - two of seven former student activists charged under Section 27(5) of the Police Act 1967 - over participation in a June 2001 protest against the now repealed Internal Security Act.

Lawyer Michael Cheah later told reporters that the reports were lodged to call for further investigations following the allegations made by Hamid Sultan, who was a dissenting judge in a 2013 Court of Appeal's ruling against the seven student activists...

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