Bukit Aman opens probe into videos by Rohingya men

Modified 29 Apr 2020, 7:33 am

Bukit Aman has opened an investigation into a Facebook live video which showed several Rohingya men uttering offensive words towards the Malays in Malaysia, and another footage of the group engaged in firearms training purportedly to be used against those who threaten their safety.

According to federal police Criminal Investigation Department director Huzir Mohamed (above), the Facebook live video involved three Rohingya men who used to live in Malaysia and now residing in Wisconsin, US....

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