Suhakam: 456 deaths in custody recorded last year

Suhakam: 456 deaths in custody recorded last year

23/10/2021 7:05:00 AM

Suhakam: 456 deaths in custody recorded last year

Number includes 363 by Prisons Dept and 60 by Immigration.

Suhakam commissioner Jerald Joseph (above) said this included 363 deaths recorded by the Prisons Department, 50 by the Immigration Department, 34 by the police, and nine in the National Anti-Drugs Agency (Nada).In a press conference yesterday, he said health factors...

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SharaadKuttan IPCMC and RCI on Custodial Deaths NOW!!! So many cases. Champion HumanRights n_izzah Should list out the station and people involved or present during these death Viktor_Revmir You mean nobody won the squidgame? n_izzah Innalillah. Ramainya!! PN don’t care about Keluarga Malaysia. anwaribrahim Terrible!

how about hak asasi Sajat? anwaribrahim IsmailSabri60 What's there to boast about being voted into Human Rights Council 2022-2024. Malaysia must put right itself first. Otherwise, Malaysia is making a mockery of itself. anwaribrahim My goodness that’s an awful lot!!! How inhumane can we human be!!! anwaribrahim 🤔

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