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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

9 Most Brutal murder Story Of Malaysia

Here is the 9 most brutal murder that occurred in Malaysia .. some of killers had been arrested , had received sentenced to death and some of them are still free out there....

1. MURDER Datuk Mazlan Idris - July 23, 1993
The late Datuk Mazlan Idris (Blue Shirt)
The famous brutal criminals with a scary smile murdered brutally of the Batu Talam state assemblyman  members , Datuk Mazlan Idris by cutting Datuk Mazlan into 18 pieces. Mona with her husband Nor Affandi Abdul Rahman and his assistant Juraimi Hassan was convicted for the murder committed.

Mona known as the shaman to some local political experts and offered Datuk Mazlan A sticks and amulets which he said belonged to the former president of Indonesia, Sukarno price for RM2.5 million ringgit. Datuk Mazlan who takes Mona as a Private shaman of himself and himself agrees to pay advance the deposit of RM500,000.



Horrible moment was began when Datuk Mazlan been told to lie down and facing the the ceiling . Mona and Affendi convince Datuk Mazlan that 'money will fall from the sky'. However, it was only a trick from Mona . Juraimi who had received instructions from Mona and Affandi to slashed the neck Datuk Mazlan. After that, Juraimi slash the body of Datuk Mazlan to 18 pieces by alone , Mona and Juraimi was caught when seen shopping like maniac by using the money from Datuk Mazlan after killed....



When the story was Spread about the murder of Datuk Mazlan that been slash to 18 pieces makes a big breaking news and shock all Malaysians and added Mona is a shaman. Mona, Affandi and Juraimi finally been sentenced to death together on 2nd November 2001 . Mona corpse was buried at her hometown in Pahang. 



The Most memorable is the Mona had smiled and shouted 'I will never die "before he was hanged. Yeah, 
so , till today she 'never die' in the dictionary of crime in Malaysia. Crime the she did is the most brutal crime in Malaysia.



2. MURDER Noritta Samsuddin -25 December 2003




Murder On Account Executive from a company and part-time model that still shrouded in mystery till today . The Killer of Noritta Samsuddin is still unanswered. A Engineers that work with government , Basree Hanif Abdul Rahman, 36, who is accused of murdering Noritta @ 22, Unit D-7-1, Puncak Prima Galleria Condominium in Jalan 17, Sri Hartamas, between 1.30 am and 4 am on December 25 2003.

Basree Hanif Abdul Rahman is arrested and will be on trial , Hanif was not guilty as innocent and escape the gallows due lack of evidence. Noritta's body was found naked body and her arms tied behind the neck with wires , mouth stuffed with towel. Noritta feet were tied. 
seen like, Noritta were raped before execution.

The results of the forensic autopsy says there are semen reservoir and the victim was killed not just by one person , maybe a gangbang motive . 
However, it is still a mystery Until today , the real murder of Noritta is still failed to be identified.

However, the police have arrested several individuals:

1. Ex-lover Noritta - Basree Hanif Abdul Rahman, 36.(Not Guilty) 

2. Shahfrul Azrin Azman, a stock broker, foreign currency 

3. Noritta housemate.

4. Lim Sean Kea, 38 Noritta boyfriend

5. Kenneth Michael Yap Teik Huat and Nor Azora Abdul Hamid, Noritta housemates .


6. Mikko Johannes Jarva Koukou, a citizen of Finland was remand for 10 days by the Magistrate's Court here yesterday in connection with the murder of marketing executives, Noritta Samsudin Puncak Prima Galleria Condominium, Sri Hartamas, 5 December.

3. MURDER CANNY ONG -18 June 2003



Information technology analyst, Li Canny Ong Kian was kidnapped at Bangsar Shopping Center on June 13 2003 before her body was found death and been burnt in a drain at a construction site New Pantai Expressway project, Petaling Jaya on June 17, 2003.



Aircraft cabin cleaners, Ahmad Najib Aris is sentenced to death by the High Court after being found guilty of murdering and raping analyst information technology (IT), Canny Ong Lay Kian.

Motive of murder , Ahmad Najib murder victim Canny Ong because she look beautiful and slim. The tragic begins when Canny who accompanied his mother, Pearly Visvanathan and her sister attended a dinner at Restaurant Monte in Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC), where Ahmad Najib kidnapped her.

He kidnapped canny along with the registration number of the Proton Tiara WFN 6871. The body was found burnt in sewer hole measuring 1x1x1 meters with his hands crossed on his chest and his legs dangling out of that hole.



Her body was found buried under two tires contain cement in the sewer hole four days after she was kidnapped from the parking BSC. The topic of Canny Ong was shock Malaysians till today.



4. MURDER Altantuyaa SHARIIBU -27 November 2006





Fashion model Altantuya Shaariibuu, 28, was found dead in Selangor , The police believe she was shot twice in the head and her body blown into pieces. It is understood that C4 explosives, used in demolition work, were used to blow up her body in an effort to destroy evidence.The Malaysian police found fragments of bone, later verified as hers, in forested land near the Subang Dam in Puncak Alam, Shah Alam. 

Altantuya Shaariibuu went missing about three weeks ago. The Malaysian media report that information provided by her sister and cousin led to the arrest of three police officers – a chief inspector, a woman detective and a corporal of the local special force unit. Her sister and cousin lodged police reports when Altantuya did not return to her hotel, Hotel Malaya, on October 19.



Members of the police force were arrested during the murder investigation. The two murder suspects have been named as Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 30 and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 35. They had been members of the elite Unit Tindakan Khas (the Malaysian Police Special Action Force or counter-terrorism unit) and were both assigned to the office of the Prime Minister Najib Razak, albeit as bodyguards, who was also the Defence Minister at the time of the murder. Abdul Razak has been charged with abetting the murder.

The police officers were acquitted in 2013 when a lower court ruled there had been gaps in the evidence against them. But on 13 January this year Malaysia's highest court overturned the acquittal and reinstated the death sentences. Sirul was not in court for the decision.The Shah Alam High Court meted out the death sentence to two of the accused on 9 April 2009, wrapping up the 159-day trial.
5. MURDER of Nurin Jazlin-August 30, 2007





















Nurin Jazlin binti Jazimin
was an eight-year-old Malaysian murder victim, who was reported missing after she had gone to a wet market near her house in Section 1, Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur to buy a hair clip on the night of 20 August 2007. She was last seen being dragged into a white van which the police were able to determine by enhancing footage caught on a CCTV installed nearby. Her parents made a missing person report to the police and a search for her was made in the subsequent weeks..

On the morning of 17 September 2007, a brand-new gym bag was left in front of a shop lot in PJS 1/48, Petaling Jaya, discovered by the shop owner. It contained an unidentified child's naked body which was stuffed in a fetal position; police believed that she had been dead for more than six hours before the discovery. A cucumber and a brinjal was found stuffed inside her genitals and had caused her rectum to rupture. It was determined that bacterial infection had contributed to her death. At the time, Nurin Jazlin's parents were not able to identify the body as their daughter's due to the changes in her physical features,it was even suggested that the child might be a foreigner, Later DNA tests conducted confirmed the body as Nurin Jazlin's

Murder suspect still free out there , and everyone hope the killer can be caught as soon as possible . .

6.Murder In Tampin



Four body was found dead in horrific brutal and including a headless body that believed to be killed in two separate houses located near Kampung Batang Rokan, Gemencheh....

Victim identified Atan Daud, 90, a former imam of the village, and his wife, Sofia , 80, daughter elderly couple, Ismail Awang, 76, and his son Ismail, Siti Khadijah Ismail, 22.

Negeri Sembilan police chief Datuk Osman Salleh, said four body was believed killed around 10 am, but the incident was discovered after another son Ismail, Siti Mariam, 18, came home from school at 3.30 pm.

there are knife stab at all the victims and at last the knife is stab on the chest of Siti Khadijah , Atan been chop off his left hand and Sofia been chop off his right hand while Ismail been chop off his head heads.


"The police refused that not a robbery motive and are investigating all possibilities, including misunderstandings. The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code

police found human limbs were planted in a cemetery near here, at midnight.Excavation of a hole in the Muslim cemetery in Section 21 ..


Earlier, the suspect led police team to a location to show where the head of the victim, who is also her ownl father, buried in the Muslim cemetery in Section 21 at around 9.45pm...

The suspect was taken to the District Police Headquarters (IPD) Shah Alam district police headquarters of Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur, at around 9.20pm , 

7. MURDER Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya



Sosilawati, 47, her driver Kamaruddin Shamsuddin, 44, bank officer Noorhisham Mohamad, 38, and lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, were reported missing after they went to Banting for a land deal. Their disappearance made headlines nationwide.


Former lawyer N. Pathmanabhan, 43, and farm hands T. Thilaiyalagan, 21, R. Matan, 22 and R. Kathavarayan, 33, are accused of murdering Sosilawati and her aides at Lot 2001, Jalan Tanjung Layang, Tanjung Sepat, Banting, between 8.30pm and 9.45pm on Aug 30, 2010.

A black BMW X5 car, with registration WTL 11, used by Sosilawati on the day she was reported missing, was found at the car park of Flat Angsana, Pangsapuri USJ, Subang Jaya, while a black BMW car, with registration number AAJ 5 belonging to Ahmad Kamil was found in an area in front of a double-storey terrace housing project near the Grand Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya.

Bukit Aman (Federal Police) Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Director Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin confirmed the four victims were brutally killed and then burnt at a farm, while their ashes were strewn in a river nearby.

Pathmanabhan, together with Thilaiyalagan, Matan and Kathavarayan were charged in the Telok Datok Magistrate's Court , Banting , with the murder of Sosilawati, Noorhisham, Ahmad Kamil and Kamaruddin.



Foresnsic expert from Kuala Lumpur Hospital(HKL), Dr Nurliza Abdullah, testitified that 2,030 of the 2,040 specimens found in the river and farm in Banting, claimed to be the locations of the murder, could possibily be that of human bones and teeth. She also said the bones showed traces of them being burnt or exposed to very high temperature, of at least 800 degree Celcius.

Dr Norhayati Jaffar, also from the Medical Forensic department of HKL, confirmed that seven of the 10 tooth samples found in Sungai Panchau and at Ladang Gadong, said to be the location where the four victims were murdered, were human teeth.

the DNA profile of Noorhisham was obtained from the blood stain on a cricket bat. She also confirmed that the DNA profiles of Kamaruddin and Ahmad were obtained from blood stains on zinc sheets found in the Sungai Arak oil palm plantation in Banting.


 Judge Akhtar sentenced to death the four accused after finding them guilty of murdering Sosilawati, Noorhisham, Ahmad Kamil and Kamaruddin.

8. Case of Rape and Murder Suzaily Mokhtar


On October 7, 2000, Noor Suzaily Mokhtar, a computer engineer boarded a public bus to work. But something unexpected has happened, where Suzaily were raped, over and killed by the bus driver.

The bus driver said to have revealed all the passengers except Suzaily, before taking a different route and do it in a place of crime. The bus driver then moves back on the road where Noor Suzaily seen knocking on the door of the bus and asked for help by a key witness who was a young boy. That was the last time she was seen alive.


Yet, the former Kiara Express bus driver put up a different show when he was led outside the court after the judgment. He tried to kick Press photographers.

Offender, a man who was married and had children, Mat Hassan Hanafi was found guilty and sentenced to hang by the Shah Alam High Court on 25 April 2002 for the murder of Noor Suzaily, 24, between Lorong Hilir, Taman Bayu Perdana and housing project construction site in Taman Bukit Tinggi, Klang between the hours of 8:50 am to 9:15 am on October 7, 2000.

The accused, who has been married four times, also arrested a 20-year and 12 lashes on charges of rape victims.

Sentence of imprisonment imposed is the maximum under Section 376 of the Penal Code. Hanafi was sentenced to death in 2008.

9.catastrophe Events of 1985


The Memali Incident was a major incident that occurred in the remote village of Memali, Baling in the Malaysian state of Kedah on 19 November 1985.


A team of 200 policemen under orders from the Acting Prime Minister and Home Minister Musa Hitam laid siege to kampung (village) houses in Memali, near Baling in Kedah. The houses were occupied by an Islamic sect of about 400 people led by Ibrahim Mahmud a.k.a. Ibrahim Libya.

Ibrahim was a local religious teacher who had received part of his education at the University of Tripoli in Libya, hence his nickname Ibrahim Libya. The police wanted to arrest Ibrahim Mahmud under the Internal Security Act, for creating discord and disharmony, but he refused to give himself up. Ibrahim was also accused of harbouring two brothers, Yusof Che Mit and Ramli Che Mit, who were fugitives. Revered by the village folks, who called him Ustaz Ibrahim, they vowed to defend him to the death.

The police action left 14 civilians and 4 policemen dead. The villagers were armed with a few hunting rifles and spears and other rudimentary weapons. The police used heavy vehicles. At the height of the assault, some villagers, men and women, came out in the open in a state of frenzy and hysteria.


Police detained 159 people, including women and children. Thirty-six persons involved in the incident were arrested under the Internal Security Act on January 1986 but later released in June.

Housed in Camp Police Force (PPH) Sungai Petani, Kedah; a total of 3600 police forces of various parts including the Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) Pulau Pinang, of Senoi Prak and 69 Commando were prepared according to directions. Most of them are not Muslims.


A high ranking officers from Bukit Aman, Dato 'Yahya EDA has led Ops Remove this with the help of a few officers from Penang, Kedah and Perlis.

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