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Seven people were charged in a magistrate's court here over the shooting of 32-year-old Datin Renyce Wong Siew Ling at Taman OUG




Some of the suspects being led to court.

Seven charged over murder of Renyce Wong at Taman OUG



KUALA LUMPUR: Seven people including a woman were charged in a magistrate's court here over the shooting of 32-year-old Datin Renyce Wong Siew Ling at Taman OUG in Old Klang Road on the first day of Hari Raya.

No plea was recorded by M. Pal Ganapathy, 26, S. Vijendran, 29, K. Sri Kanapathy, 34, Chen Yuen Ming, 41, Chin Kok Leong, 43, K. Sattiyarao, 29, and the woman, Liew Lai Chen, 46.

Only Ganapathy and Vijendran were charged with the murder of Wong under Section 302 of the Penal Code.

The alleged offence was committed between 2pm and 2.30pm near here on July 6.



Wong was killed while driving her children and maid to lunch during the incident.

The rest were charged with abetting to murder under Section 109 of the same Code.

If found guilty, the seven are punishable with the mandatory death sentence.

Sattiyarao was not present in court as he is hospitalised for dengue at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.



Deputy Public Prosecutor Nor Diana Nor Azwa prosecuted while Kanapathy was represented by Nur Hayati Don Omar.



Christopher Lai King Lung and Datuk Simon Sabapathy represented Chin. Sabapathy also represented Sattiyarao.



Liew was represented by M. Raja. The others were unrepresented.



Magistrate Siti Radziah Kamarudin did not offer bail and set mention on Oct 4.

It is alleged that Chin is the businessman who had hired Ganapathy and Vijendran to gun down Wong.

It was earlier reported that a businessman facing a RM13mil debt had allegedly hired two hitmen to gun down the woman who was shot dead in a brazen attack in Taman OUG earlier this month.

He allegedly paid the two men RM60,000 to have Wong killed.

The businessman was among eight people, aged between 26 and 54, arrested in multiple swoops in the city and Perak last Tuesday.

Others arrested were the businessman’s wife, a restaurant owner and his wife along with two tow truck drivers.

Wong had transferred RM5mil and RM8mil in two transactions to the businessman in 2015 to be invested in a ceramics business but nothing came out of it.

She then hired a private investigator to track him down.



During the incident, her daughter, who was in the front passenger seat, was also hit when the gunmen fired five bullets at the Toyota Vellfire, one piercing her intestines.

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