New investigators for missing pastors

It's been just over three months since hundreds attended a candlelight vigil in Seremban to highlight the disappearance of still missing pastor Raymond Koh, and others.

This week the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) put out a press release indicating they are launching a new probe into the "alleged 'forced disappearance' of four pastors and an activist that has remained unsolved for months."

Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted from his car by a group of men in Petaling Jaya in February at the beginning of the year and the others "disappeared" in late 2016.

Anybody that knows anything about the disappearances are asked to contact SUHAKAM to have their statements recorded before July 7, less than three weeks away.

Suhakam chairman Tan Sri Razali Ismail said "much needs to be done considering these cases of missing persons and disappearances remain unsolved, with mounting public anxiety.”

A man was arrested in regards the abduction with witnesses seeing at least 15 men in 3 black SUV's kidnap Pastor Koh but no charges have been made in regards any of the disappearances.

Pastor Koh's wife, Susanna Liew urged anyone with information about any of the cases “to step forward and do the same, especially the authorities who have been less than transparent about these cases.”

Please call the SUKAKAM Complaints Division at 019-3338490 if you know anything about the missing persons.


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