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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Cops summon activists over 'enforced disappearances' claim

Three activists have been summoned by the police for questioning over their statements which implied that the abduction of pastor Raymohd Koh, as well as the disappearances of Joshua Hilmy, his wife Ruth, and Amri Che Mat, were "enforced disappearances".
NGO Engage chairperson Thomas Fann told Malaysiakini that he received a call from one inspector Nasir two days ago, asking Fann to be present at the Bukit Aman police headquarters at 10am on May 24 for questioning.
Also hauled up for questioning are Suaram's Sevan Doraisamy and Bersih's Rama Ramanathan.
On May 5, the activists had told a press conference that the abduction and the disappearances of Koh and others were in fact, enforced disappearances - a term defined by the UN as "the arrest, detention, abduction or any other form of deprivation of liberty by agents of the state or by persons or groups or persons acting with the authorisation, support or acquiescence of the state...".
“This (the questioning) is in response to the press conference where we basically classified the cases as enforced disappearances, implying that the state was involved,” Fann said. 

The trio are being investigated under Section 505B of the Penal Code, which relates to statements conducing to public mischief.
On the same night of the press conference, inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar had tweeted a news report on the press conference and said the police takes the group's allegations seriously and said the NGOs will be called up to prove their allegations.
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Photo published for Group formed to monitor cases as well as assist families of missing victims

Koh was kidnapped on Feb 13 while Amri and the Hilmys disappeared in November last year.- Mkini

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