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14 September 2010

Teori pembunuhan Sosilawati : Antaranya Sosilawati mahukan wangnya kembali selepas didapati ada unsur penipuan

BANTING: Police have not recovered the money that cosmetics queen Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya had taken with her to Banting for the meeting with the lawyer brothers who allegedly masterminded the quadruple murders.

CID director Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin told The Malay Mail this morning that investigations were still underway to determine if the suspects had taken any money from her.

Sosilawati’s daughter, Erni Dekritawati Yuliana Buhari, had claimed that her mother carried a huge amount of cash for the Banting meeting.

According to reports, Sosilawati had about RM4 million in cash on her when she made the trip with her lawyer, financial adviser and chauffeur on Aug 30.

Various theories abound over what transpired before the four were killed. One version has it that Sosilawati wanted her money back after she learned about alleged fraud involving the land in Penang she had planned to buy.

Another speculates that the lawyers, one of whom is a Datuk, got angry with her when she did not bring along the agreed amount.

Sosilawati, 47, her driver Kamaruddin Shamsudin, 44, CIMB Kampung Baru officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, who also her financial adviser, and lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, were then held against their will.

Later, in the poultry farm, owned by 41-year-old Datuk, they were beaten to death, set ablaze and had their ashes including small bone fragments scattered in a river near Ladang Gadong in Tanjong Sepat near Banting.
Bakri said today that Marine police divers combed Sungai Panchau in Kampung Kanchong Laut and scooped several bone fragments.

Bakri said so far, only Sosilawati’s watch, several pairs of shoes and other items, which he declined to elaborate, were recovered at the poultry farm where the gruesome killings occurred.

He confirmed reports that one of the four missing persons, whose cases emerged in the wake of the murders, was an Indian national who went missing a year ago. He is believed to be a multi-millionaire businessman from Chennai, India.

The four had disappeared after separate business dealings with the lawyer brothers turned sour. Statements given by some of the eight suspects to police that the brothers were involved in several other kidnap-murder cases brought the four cases to light.

The family of Indian national had come looking for him here when they suddenly lost contact with him. The family had lodged a missing person’s report.

Bakri said there was no need to contact police in India about the case because it happened here and fresh investigations would be initiated.

Meanwhile, The Malay Mail's observations at the scene this morning showed police still maintained a tight perimeter around the area.

Plantation workers entering the estate were subjected to strict checks; they had to produce their MyKad and had the details recorded before being allowed to enter.

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Aug 30 –Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya, 47, her driver Kamaruddin Shamsudin, 44, her personal lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, and CIMB Kampung Baru branch bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, were believed to have gone to Banting to negotiate a land deal.

Sept 5 – Missing-persons reports lodged by family members of the four. No ransom demands had been received.

Sept 6 – Following a public tip-off, police discover Sosilawati’s BMW M5 at a car park in Pangsapuri Angsana, USJ 1. Ahmad Kamil’s BMW 525i was also discovered on the same day in front of Grand Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya. Both cars were properly parked and had no visible damages.

Sept 11 – Bukit Aman forensic team blocked access to the Ladang Gadong farm in Tanjung Sepat. Media members camp outside the cordoned area all night, following rumours police had discovered burnt bodies of the missing four at the site.

Sept 12 – Police confirmed the arrest of eight suspects - including a 'Datuk' lawyer and his brother, also a lawyer. Police said the suspects admit to bludgeoning the victims to death, burned their bodies and scattered the ashes at a river.

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