Hornbill Unleashed

September 5, 2017

CAGED: No unfinished business, Khalid? What about Pastor Koh?

Filed under: Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 8:01 AM

thomas-fann-khalid-abu-bakar-pastor-1Former inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar can’t say he has no “unfinished business” when Pastor Raymond Koh’s abduction hasn’t been solved.

Citizen Action Group on Enforced Disappearance (CAGED) spokesperson Thomas Fann told FMT that questions were raised just last week on the facts of the case.

He said Koh’s wife Susanna Liew had alleged inconsistencies between Khalid’s announcement on June 25 of “new leads” in Koh’s disappearance linked to a drug bust in Kedah on June 18 and details given by the Kedah police chief a week earlier.

“Khalid had said that a main player in the abduction was part of a human trafficking syndicate and he was shot dead in Kedah. He also said a number plate bearing the letters ‘ST5515D’ was found.”

On the day of Koh’s abduction on Feb 13, he was driving a car bearing that same registration number.

“But the Kedah police said they seized two car number plates, WNS5168 and BNW217, which aren’t related to Pastor Koh.”

Fann reiterated CAGED’s call to Khalid to explain why the number plate ST551D wasn’t included in the list of seized items by the Kedah police.

Koh, 62, was abducted by a group of masked men less than 100 metres from the Police Housing Complex in SS4, Kelana Jaya, in February.

Video footage has emerged showing what looked like a well-executed plan in the abduction of Koh. It involved seven vehicles and at least 12 individuals.

The entire incident took place in under a minute, after which all the vehicles, including Koh’s car, were seen driven away.

Khalid later revealed that police were also investigating Koh for proselytising, as there were police reports over this offence.

Koh’s wife had previously voiced dissatisfaction over the lack of police updates in the case, saying she only knew what she had read in the media.

She also expressed disappointment with Khalid for investigating her husband’s alleged proselytising rather than solving his abduction.

Khalid, when handing over duties to his successor, Mohamad Fuzi Harun, today said he had no unfinished business that he needed to settle.

Source : FMT Online by Robin Augustin



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