MUSIC PLAYER AT BOTTOM

OVER 130 TOP HITS AVAILABLE ON OUR MUSIC PLAYER AT THE BOTTOM. TO VIEW THE LIST - CLICK ON MENU ICON AT THE BOTTOM RIGHT ... PLAYER NOT AVAILABLE FOR MOBILE PHONE / TABLET USERS

TO GET UPDATES IN YOUR E-MAIL PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Convicted Malaysian serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah may return to Malaysia if he is deported by Canadian authorities

Nur Jazlan: Toronto serial rapist may return, not a criminal here

MalayMailOnline

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Convicted serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah may return to Malaysia if he is deported by Canadian authorities as he is a citizen with no criminal records here, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said today.
However, the deputy home minister said Putrajaya has yet to be informed by its Canadian counterpart over the possible deportation when Subbiah’s prison term expires later this month.
Subbiah was sentenced to 24 years in prison in 1992 after being found guilty of 19 counts of sexual assault, 28 counts of administering a drug or noxious substance, 10 counts of various kinds of assault and a dozen other charges, including extortion. — File pic
Subbiah was sentenced to 24 years in prison in 1992 after being found guilty of 19 counts of sexual assault, 28 counts of administering a drug or noxious substance, 10 counts of various kinds of assault and a dozen other charges, including extortion. — File pic
“Usually they will inform us first, but so far we’ve not heard anything. But, it is their right to deport anybody once the person’s legal sentence is completed,” Nur Jazlan told Malay Mail Online, referring to Canadian authorities.
“He is a Malaysian citizen. He has rights to come back here. He has no known records.
“He didn’t commit the crime here. Most we can do is to put him on the watch-list,” he added.
Canadian newspaper Toronto Star reported today that Subbiah will be deported to Malaysia following his mandatory release on January 29, despite warnings by prison staff that the convict has the potential to reoffend or even kill.
Subbiah was sentenced to 24 years in prison in 1992 after being found guilty of 19 counts of sexual assault, 28 counts of administering a drug or noxious substance, 10 counts of various kinds of assault and a dozen other charges, including extortion.
Nur Jazlan added that Subbiah will be allowed to live freely here “provided he does not break any of the laws”.
However, the Pulai MP said the 56-year-old may be placed on a police watch-list and, once the sex offenders list is set up, he may also be flagged under it.
Malaysian police previously said they have not been informed about Subbiah’s deportation, and will be contacting the Canadian authorities via the Malaysian High Commission there over the issue.
In addition, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar was reported saying it would be “premature” to conclude Subbiah would be a threat without sufficient information.

No comments:

Post a Comment

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT TO WIN A PRIZE EVERY FORTNIGHT

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

TWITTER POSTS

Popular Posts - Last 7 days

Popular Posts - Last 30 days

Popular Posts - All Time

STORY SOURCE

The best stories & news from The Star Online, NST, Malaysian Digest, Asiaone, Beautifulnara, Rotikaya, Ohbulan, TheMalayMailOnline, Siakap Keli, Malaysian Insider, Free Malaysia Today and Yahoo are shared in this BLOG bestfbkl.blogspot.com

This Blog claims no credit for any images or stories on this site unless otherwise posted.

Post and Images on this blog are copyright to its respectful owners.

If there is a post or image appearing on this blog that belongs to you and do not wish for it to appear on this site, please email with a link to the said image, it will be promptly removed.

Google+ Followers