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Sunday, 27 September 2015

7 men, including a military doctor, will be charged tomorrow with the murder of Anthony Kevin Morais DPP


7 including army doctor to be charged with Kevin Morais murder tomorrow


Published: 27 September 2015 7:00 AM

Anthony Kevin Morais went missing on September 4 after he was abducted by several men along Jalan Dutamas during the morning rush hour. His body was found two weeks later. – The Malaysian Insider pic, September 27, 2015.



Seven men, including a military doctor, will be charged tomorrow with the murder of Anthony Kevin Morais, the deputy public prosecutor (DPP) whose body was found in an oil drum filled with cement on Malaysia Day in Subang Jaya last week.



Five of them will be charged with murder under Section 302 of the Penal Code, while two others, including the military doctor, will be charged with abetting the murder which falls under Section 109 of the Penal Code, sources told The Malaysian Insider.

All seven suspects face the death penalty if convicted.


Police had earlier said that Morais was the DPP in the case where the military doctor, a colonel in his 50s attached with the pathology lab at the Tuanku Mizan Military Hospital, was charged with unlawful trade in December 2013.



In September last year, the doctor, who was on a RM100,000 bail, had claimed trial to two bribery charges involving RM700,000 for allegedly recommending three companies to supply medicine and disposable medical tools to the hospital.

The seven will be charged at the Magistrate's Court at the Jalan Duta court complex tomorrow, even as Morais's remains are still left unclaimed at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital mortuary.

Morais's brothers – Charles, David and Datuk Richard – are believed to be unhappy over the uncertainty over the cause of death, and decided not to claim the remains pending the complete post-mortem report.

Police line at a secluded area in USJ 1, Subang Jaya, where Kevin Morais's body was found stuffed in a steel drum. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, September 27, 2015.



A memorial mass was held at the St Joseph’s Church in Sentul yesterday, after the family held a three-day wake at the Nirvana Memorial centre in Kuala Lumpur.



The funeral mass will be held at the Church of the Divine Mercy in Shah Alam on October 3.

Morais went missing on September 4 after he was abducted by several men following a fender bender along Jalan Dutamas during morning rush hour traffic.

He was grabbed by the suspects after he came out of his car to inspect the damage.

Richard lodged a missing person's report the following day at the Jinjang police station after it was discovered his brother had not reported for work and calls to his two mobile phones went unanswered.

Police then found a burnt-out Proton Perdana, with its chasis and engine numbers erased, in a plantation in Hutan Melintang, Perak. Morais was last seen driving a government-issued Proton Perdana.

A day later, Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali issued a statement that Morais was not part of the government task force which had earlier investigated government-owned 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) over its debt controversies.

Apandi was addressing speculations on social media about the possible links between Morais's disappearance and the high-profile probe into the state investment vehicle.

According to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Morais served as a DPP in MACC's legal and prosecution division for 10 years until he returned to the Attorney-General's Chambers in July last year.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar was the first to disclose several days later that police suspected foul play in Morais's disappearance, adding that the case was re-classified as abduction.

This was after the emergence of closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) footage which showed the fender bender and Morais being bundled into a pick-up truck.

Twelve days after his abduction, police were led to a swamp in Taman Subang Mewah in USJ 1, Subang Jaya, where they found Morais's body in a cement-filled steel drum.

It was also reported that police made several arrests in the Klang Valley, Penang and Kedah in their investigations.

Hundreds of people attended his wake over the last three days, and colleagues in the legal fraternity have described Morais as a brilliant prosecutor, approachable, humble, a mentor, teacher and patriot. – September 27, 2015.











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