Instruction to destroy camp not meant to erase evidence, says ex-cop

Anne Muhammad

Modified 24 Apr 2019, 11:59 am

WANG KELIAN RCI | Perlis deputy police chief Md Zukir Md Isa today stressed that his instruction to have the human trafficking camp in Wang Kelian cleared was not to eliminate evidence, but instead to prevent it from being used by undocumented migrants in the future.

The retired cop is the 13th witness to testify at the Wang Kelian Royal Commission Inquiry in Putrajaya, which entered its fifth day today...

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