'Adib made tugging motion when asked if he was pulled during riot'

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 26 Feb 2019, 3:19 pm

INQUEST | Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim made a tugging motion on his left shoulder when asked if he was "pulled" (kena tarik) on the night of the Seafield Seri Maha Mariamman temple riot, according to a medical officer.

National Heart Institute surgical assistant Mohammad Ashraf Baruji, 27, said he received the response from the late firefighter after a nightly physiotherapy session, sometime between Dec 10 and 12.

"As I was preparing him for bed, I asked him a question, 'Do you remember what happened?' At first, Adib shook his head...

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