Research submitted to show Adib's injuries inconsistent with assault

Hariz Mohd

Modified 1 Apr 2019, 6:31 am

INQUEST | Forensics expert Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood today submitted two journal articles that studied injury patterns in criminal cases to support his team's conclusion that firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim's injuries were inconsistent with an assault.

The director of National Forensics Medicine told the Coroner's Court in Shah Alam that one of the studies found that 70 percent of victims who were physically assaulted would have injuries on their head, chest and abdomen.

Mohd Shah said that the other study showed similar findings, indicating that between 60 and 70 percent of assault victims would have injuries to their head and chest...

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