Hamid was responding to the late Adib's family's allegations that the police were disregarding the coroner's findings

The remains of fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim’s being taken to his hometown in Kedah after he died of severe injuries after a riot in Subang Jaya in 2018. (Bernama pic) FMT reported, the Inspector-General of Police, Abdul Hamid Bador has reiterated that no reliable eye-witness had been found to an attack resulting in a fireman’s death in 2018, and denied that police were contradicting a coroner’s verdict.
A coroner’s inquest in 2019 had held that fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim had been murdered by two or more unidentified persons.
Abdul Hamid said in a statement today that all the facts announced by the police two days ago had been based on the latest information from their investigations. 
“However, efforts were still ongoing to identify the criminals, if any,” he said.
“It was not to go against the conclusion of the inquest proceedings,” he said in respon…


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"I didn't count (how many).. but almost one hundred per cent"

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