Tag: Seafield temple
Dr Shahrom Abd Wahib used an orange mannequin to conduct the experiment.
This comes after the Attorney-General's Chambers withdraws application to strike out the task force's appeal.
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.
Forensic doctor says a reconstruction of the incident shows it is more likely that the fireman's injuries were caused by the van’s door.
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.
Dr Ahmad Hafizam Hasmi, who conducted the post-mortem, says he found no injuries consistent with violent acts.
Dr Ahmad Hafizam Hasmi, from Hospital Kuala Lumpur, says this was seen in a CT scan before the post-mortem on Dec 18.
But Mohsin Budd says he doesn't know what they were doing there.
Chan Wei Jie, who had been driving through the area with his uncle, says they were attacked by rioters who only calmed down after hearing them converse in Mandarin.
Consultant surgeon Dr Mohamed Ezani Md Taib tells of Adib's nod as he was brought to the National Heart Institute.
Narresh Rajandran says the fireman's pulse was weak all the way to the hospital, and that he had not responded to attempts at communication.
He says he was pushed by the crowd until he fell across Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim's body.
High Court finds 50 devotees of Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in Subang Jaya have no locus standi to restrain One City Development Sdn Bhd from taking possession of temple site.
Fireman Ahmad Shahril Othman describes how his Emergency Medical Rescue Service van was set upon by more than 50 people.
This comes a day after the inquest heard that a fire engine was attacked when it arrived to douse burning vehicles outside the Hindu temple.
We’ll have to wait longer to learn the truth about the alleged crimes of Najib Razak in relation to SRC International, but at least the inquest into fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim has begun as scheduled.
The Penang deputy chief minister says the temple matter could have been dealt with amicably if Selangor had a Hindu statutory body like the Penang Hindu Endowments Board.
Lawyers, human rights activists and former civil servants say in their new year message to Dr Mahathir Mohamad that they are willing to serve in any capacity to assist in nation-building.
The writer recounts his experience among mourners in Tebengau, the fallen fireman's hometown.
The proceedings will be held at the coroner’s court at Shah Alam Court Complex.