Attorney-General’s Chambers files appeal against the ruling by the Coroner’s Court allowing fireman Adib’s family to begin contempt proceedings against Tommy Thomas.
Three of the men who had gone to the rescue of the pregnant woman are electrocuted.
Coroner will decide if there’s a need for a third pathologist to take the stand following conflicting theories by two pathologists.
UiTM lecturer says neither the weight of the fireman nor that of the EMRS van that hit him should have been taken into account in calculating the force of impact.
They claim Tommy Thomas was in contempt of court over an affidavit affirmed by a DPP that said the fireman’s death was not caused by being beaten up.
One factory was razed while another two suffered serious damage.
Selangor Retired Firemen Association says they should not come from Attorney-General's Chambers.
How did a simple inquest into the death of a fireman become a complicated and potentially explosive affair?
He says he ruled out chances that fireman Adib Kassim was sandwiched between two vehicles, based on his post-mortem examination, despite what a witness testified.
Syazlin Mansor questions HKL's Dr Ahmad Hafizam Hasmi on allegations that he was unhelpful in providing information to the ministry's forensic expert.
Dr Ahmad Hafizam Hasmi oversees the experiment after telling the inquest that the medical van had been reversing at between 8km/h and 17km/h on the night of the temple riot.
Forensic expert Dr Shahrom Abd Wahid says it seems impossible for someone to jump down from reversing van.
Dr Shahrom Abd Wahib used an orange mannequin to conduct the experiment.
He says he only focused on the findings of Adib's injuries and not where it happened.
Investigating officer Lew Keng Joe says there were no marks on Adib's face and there would be head injuries if he had been assaulted.
Policeman says the sole witness who did see an assault taking place outside the Seafield temple could not confirm if the victim was the late Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim.
Hospital Kuala Lumpur’s Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood says this was based on the fireman’s injuries during the post-mortem.
Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood says he never saw rib injuries in a straight line before this.
Chemistry Department official says he did not find any trace of human blood, clothing fibre, or hair on both the fire truck and van that were deployed to the Seafield temple riot last year.
Nurse Siti Syafika Amira Mohd Rasani says she had made certain claims about injuries suffered by fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim without knowing the facts.
He says he did not find any injuries during his post-mortem to suggest the fireman was pulled out from his medical van.
Federal Reserve Unit officer says his team was told to be on standby only and to await instructions from the Subang Jaya district HQ but that no instruction to proceed came.
Nasaruddin Abdullah said he saw some people kicking and punching someone on the ground.
Muhammad Ashraf Baruji says they communicated using sign language and a whiteboard.