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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Convicted Malaysian serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah, deported from Canada, is expected to arrive in KL from Toronto at 7.45am Tuesday.


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Convicted serial rapist expected to arrive in KL Tuesday

NST 

SEPANG: Amid heightened security at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), convicted Malaysian serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah, deported from Canada, is expected to arrive in KL from Toronto at 7.45am Tuesday.
His estimated time of arrival was confirmed by Bukit Aman Crime Investigation Director, Datuk Seri Mohmad Salleh after the media was sent on a wild goose chase at KLIA tonight.
A quick check with Qatar Airways by the hordes of journalists who camped at KLIA showed that Selva would be flying in via Qatar Airways flight number QR844.
News of his return after serving a 24-year jail term has sent the public into a frenzy – with many expressing their concerns.
Among them was celebrity social activist, Daphne Iking. The mother of three said there is an urgent need for sex offenders like Selva Kumar to be closely monitored. “I just spoke about this for a discussion,” she said in a text message. “I’m very concerned about his return and his future activities.”
"I'm in the midst of championing the amendment to our Child Act spearheaded by Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said, which includes criminalising sexual grooming. So this is a delicate topic for me."
Echoing the same sentiment was Ivy Josiah, the former Executive Director of Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO). “The authorities should find out what was the assessment by the Canadian authorities on Selva Kumar’s mental state and his readiness to return to society,” Ivy said. “If indeed he still poses a threat, then our authorities must monitor his movements. This may involve having Selva Kumar report every week to a designated police station.”
Ivy also urged the Malaysian authorities to set up a sex offenders registry. “The public must know why we are not implementing a sex offender registry. What are the arguments for and against this policy? Every time there is a crisis situation, we talk about a registry and then it’s forgotten.”
Joining her on calling for a sex crime bill to be passed in the Parliament was Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, the senior vice chairman of the Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF). “Selva Kumar has served his sentence. As much as I would like to give him a chance to be a good person, he must be monitored,” he said.
“What will happen in the future is our major concern. That’s why I’m pushing for the sex crime bill. It’s not been passed in the Parliament yet. As someone who is concerned about the safety of women and children, I want to see the law being passed.”
In 1992, Selva Kumar was convicted of 19 counts of sexual assault, 28 counts of administering drug or noxious substance, 10 counts of various assaults and a dozen other charges.
He had assaulted at least 30 women in Toronto and had assumed various identities including that of a modelling agent, movie talent scout, professional dancer, lawyer and diplomat.
He was said to have drugged women with drinks, before undressing and raping his unconscious victims and then taking photos of their nude bodies.
On Jan 30, Selva Kumar was ordered to be deported to Malaysia by the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada


Selva Kumar barred from entering Sabah


KOTA KINABALU: Convicted Malaysian serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah will be barred from entering Sabah, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said Tuesday.
Describing Selva Kumar as a “high risk individual,” Musa said that the state decided to declare him persona non grata as he could pose a danger to the public, especially women and children.
Selva Kumar, who was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting dozens of women in the late 1980s and early 1990s while posing as a modelling agent, movie producer and professional dancer, has been deported to Malaysia after serving his prison sentence in Canada.
He is scheduled to arrive in Kuala Lumpur Tuesday morning.
"We just cannot take the risk of having such a potentially dangerous individual on the loose. We must protect our citizens," said Musa in a statement.
He said the directive to bar Selva Kumar had been issued to the state Immigration Department and would be enforced with immediate effect.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/02/07/selva-kumar-barred-from-sabah/#Ruefg5MBw6Jt4FFQ.99

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