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Malaysia: Clerk gets death for cannabis trafficking
New Strait Times
Tuesday 18 Dec 2007
A courier company clerk was sentenced to death by the High Court here
today for trafficking in cannabis.
Razali Ahmad, 33, of Gombak, was found guilty of trafficking in 858gm of
cannabis which was found in his sling bag in a house in Jalan Dewan
Gombak Setia, Gombak, at about 5.45am on Aug 6, 2003.
Judicial Commissioner Abang Iskandar Abang Hashim ruled that the
prosecution had failed to cast a doubt on the prosecution’s case.
The charge of trafficking carries the mandatory death sentence.
The prosecution called eight witnesses while Razali was the only witness
for the defence.
Razali was represented by counsel James George while deputy public
prosecutor Shoba Venu Gobal appeared for the prosecution.
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