The commander of a General Operations Force battalion tells the RCI one of his men remains suspended following a probe by MACC while another has ‘problems’.
Coroner Rofiah Mohamad says she is satisfied with the evidence submitted in the inquest proceedings.
They say witnesses will be able to see what is happening and what other witnesses are saying and this can affect the integrity of the trial.
Gopal Sri Ram says interference with investigations is a serious offence.
Judge says the petition by PKR’s Streram Sinnasamy is not defective and a trial must be held where witnesses will be called.
Criminal lawyer Salim Bashir says this is the respectful approach since Lim's trial has started in the High Court with the calling of 12 witnesses so far.
Maria Chin Abdullah's defamation trial will resume on May 24.
Trial has been fixed for May 30 at the Kuala Lumpur High Court.
Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali and MACC officials among the witnesses who will testify.
Warehouse worker R Kumaran says there was a loud explosion before the warehouses went up in flames.
Former PM says there has been a failure or omission by five-member tribunal and government to include all documents in report.
They are wanted in probe into illegal protection racket for illegal gambling syndicates in Melaka, believed to involve top-level police officers.
Officers from the Serious Crime Unit say when they left the Bandar Baru Klang police station, Balamurugan and two other detainees were in good condition.
MACC is calling several more witnesses, including from abroad, to assist in the investigation of the property scandal involving Mara Inc in Australia.
Both are potential witnesses due to new developments in the defamation case, says lawyer R Sivarasa.
The three witnesses handed over the money to the MACC while their statements were recoded.
A 70-member MACC team had been investigating the case since last year.
MP Irmohizam suggests the voices of the witnesses also be changed if they feel they could be recognised.