KUALA LUMPUR, April 26 (Bernama) -- Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin
Hussein today refuted the claim by certain quarters that the organs of three
killed Indonesian criminals had been sold after the post-mortems done.
Hishammuddin said police, however, were investigating the claim and he was
made to understand that a delegation from Indonesia had met with
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar on the matter.
"So, let the police handle the matter and we hope the delegation will then
explain the truth," he told reporters, here, today.
The three Indonesian criminals who were armed with parangs, were shot dead
while trying to break into a house in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan on March 24.
It was said that police were forced to open fire when the three men tried to
attack them when they realised the presence of police at the crime scene.
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Police found three long parangs, a screwdriver, fence cutter, gloves and
face masks belonging to the criminals at the scene.
Meanwhile in JAKARTA, Indonesian Manpower ad Transmigration Minister
Muhaimin Iskandar called for a thorough investigation into death of the three
He was quoted in a news report on the ministry''s website as saying that he
had received information from the Indonesian Foreign Ministry that the Malaysian
police were prepared to further investigate the case.
Reyna Usman, director-general of the Labour Placement Development Division
under the Manpower and Transmigration Ministry said the ministry was
coordinating with the East Lombok Manpower Department to expedite the solving of
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