Suhakam inquiry into Joshua, Ruth Hilmy to begin Feb 18

Suhakam inquiry into Joshua, Ruth Hilmy to begin Feb 18

26.1.2020

Suhakam inquiry into Joshua, Ruth Hilmy to begin Feb 18

Public hearing will help authorities with their investigation into the disappearance of the duo.

A - A public inquiry into the disappearance of Joshua Hilmy and Ruth Hilmy (née Sitepu) will begin on Feb 18. This was announced by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) through a statement today, saying that the inquiry is to assist the authorities with their ongoing investigation into the disappearance of the couple. "In accordance with its statutory mandate and powers, Suhakam will conduct a public inquiry into the cases of missing persons/the disappearance of pastor Joshua Hilmy and Ruth Hilmy to assist the authorities with their ongoing investigation. "The Panel of Inquiry will be chaired by Commissioner Hishamuddin Yunus and assisted by Commissioners Jerald Joseph and Madeline Berma. "The hearings will commence from Feb 18 at Suhakam," the statement reads. Suhakam called for individuals with relevant information pertaining to the cases to have their statements recorded from today to Feb 14. "Through this inquiry, Suhakam intends to fully investigate to its best ability what has transpired in order to identify and make the best possible recommendations to the appropriate parties." Little is known about the disappearance of the Hilmy couple except that they were last seen on Nov 30, 2016, and reported missing on March 6, 2017. Neither is much known about police investigations into the duo's disappearance. According to Ruth’s family, which hails from Indonesia, she had come to Malaysia in 2000 to work as a seamstress when she met Joshua. The couple married in 2004. Ruth is a Christian while Joshua is a Christian convert from Islam. Her family has since publicly to Indonesian President Joko Widodo to pressure Malaysian authorities to find her. Related Reports Read more: malaysiakini.com

This will turn out to be a waste of time and Rakyat's money. They will never find the abducted victims. In fact, the deep state imperialists, feudalists and Islamofascists and all their running dogs who orchestrated this are the ones who will benefit from this wasteful effort.

Suhakam: Public inquiry into Joshua Hilmy, Ruth Sitepu to begin Feb 18PETALING JAYA: The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) will next month begin its public inquiry into the disappearance of Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife Ruth Sitepu.

Suhakam: Public inquiry into Joshua Hilmy, Ruth Sitepu to begin Feb 18PETALING JAYA: The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) will next month begin its public inquiry into the disappearance of Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife Ruth Sitepu.

Suhakam’s public inquiry into missing duo to begin Feb 18Suhakam is urging those with information regarding the disappearance of pastor Joshua Hilmy and Ruth Hilmy to come forward and give statements from today. FMTNews MissingPerson

Suhakam inquiry into missing pastor, wife to start February 18 | The Malaysian InsightSuhakam inquiry into missing pastor, wife to start February 18

Siasatan Suhakam ke atas kehilangan pastor, isteri mulai 18 Februari | The Malaysian InsightJoshua Hilmy dan isterinya, Ruth Sitepu kali terakhir dilihat pada 30 November 2016. Lets not let 'them' make us forget them

Suhakam to hold public inquiry into disappearance of Christian couple | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 — The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) said today it will hold a public inquiry into the 2016 disappearance of Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his Indonesian wife Ruth Hilmy to assist the authorities with their ongoing investigation. The planned inquiry comes as rights...



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