High Profile Case Essay

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Datuk may be linked to at least 17 murders M'sian cosmetic millionaire murdered and burnt Click on thumbnail to view For more photos & stories, click here. BANTING - The main suspects in the murders of Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others could be linked to at least 17 killings over the past years. This shocking revelation came about after police combed through earlier reports linking murders and missing persons to the suspects, who are two lawyer brothers. The New Straits Times learnt that the police and the Attorney-General's Chambers have already met several times as the investigations into the suspects widened. It is, however, learnt that the investigations are being hampered as the bodies of the victims cannot be traced. Police are now working overtime searching riverbeds and streams in and around Banting in the hope of retrieving skeletal remains or personal effects of the victims. To date, after investigations into the quadruple murder began, police have retrieved human bones, a watch and two knives. The bones will be subjected to DNA tests to ascertain the identities. Police, however, are camped here, conducting investigations at the suspect's poultry farm in Sungai Gadung, near Tanjung Sepat, and in the waterways. Yesterday, police also seized several computer hard drives and documents from the suspect's law firm here. Later in the evening, a team of policemen took one of the suspects to the Angsana flats in USJ 1, Subang Jaya, where they found an object in some bushes. The policemen seemed excited and were seen giving each other high fives before taking the suspect away. It was at the car park of Angsana flat that Sosilawati's BMW X5 was found on Sept 6. At a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Federal Criminal Investigation Department director Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin, in announcing the arrest of the

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