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Navy men who died were tortured; three men arrested: Police - New Straits Times Online

IPOH: Two personnel of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) who died at the Sungai Wangi Unit detention room near Sitiawan here on Friday, are believed to have been tortured, said Perak Crime Investigation chief Datuk Gan Tian Kee. He said police have ...and more »

Dead navy man's family considering legal action - Free Malaysia Today

PETALING JAYA: The family of one of the navy men who died while in detention last Friday says it is considering appointing a lawyer to take action against those responsible for his death and any cover-up by the authorities thereafter. Calling the ...and more »

(Update) Family of sailor who died in Perak detention unit demanding answers - New Straits Times Online

IPOH: The family of 28-year-old Mohd Baihaqy Nik Mat – one of two navy men who died while in a Sungai Wangi detention unit on Friday – is demanding full disclosure over the cause of his shocking death. His widow, Noor Bazlin Mohammad, 28, ...and more »

Military should defend the weak, not bully them - Free Malaysia Today

By TK Chua. The purpose of this letter is not to speculate or insinuate anything. The purpose is to express concern over some events that have taken place. A few months ago, cadet Zulfarhan Osman of the Malaysian National Defence University died, ...and more »

Sudden death of Navy man grips Malaysia's social media, wife in continuous tears! - The Independent

The sudden death of a Navy officer Muhammad LailatuIman Mohd Shukri has gripped the local social media networks with the last messages of the officer to his wife circulating local sites. The death shocked the families, but that of Muhammad Lailatuliman ...and more »

2 Royal Malaysian Navy Sailors Were Murdered In Custody. Here's All You Should Know - SAYS (press release)

On 29 September, Friday, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) issued a statement saying that two of its sailors died while in the detention unit in Sungai Wangi, Sitiawan in Perak. According to the statement by RMN, which stated that the sailors appeared to ...and more »

Two more navy men claim they were physically assaulted at Sungai Wangi camp - New Straits Times Online

IPOH: Two more Royal Malaysian Navy men have stepped forward, claiming that they were physically assaulted by their colleagues at the RMN detention unit in Sungai Wangi, Sitiawan. The fresh claims came in the wake of the deaths of two other navy men, ...and more »

Trio held over deaths of two navy men in Malaysia - The Straits Times

IPOH (Malaysia) • Three men have been detained by police in Perak over the alleged murder of two young Royal Malaysian Navy men, the latest alleged violence against uniformed men by their mates. In June, a navy cadet in Kuala Lumpur died after being ...and more »

Two navy men died in detention unit - Royal Malaysian Navy - New Straits Times Online

KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysian Navy has confirmed that two of its sailors died while in the detention unit in Sungai Wangi, Sitiawan in Perak yesterday. In a statement today, RMN said the deceased were identified as Mohd Baihaqy Nik Mat, 28, and ...and more »

Online outrage over death of navy sailors - New Straits Times Online

KUALA LUMPUR: The death of two Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) personnel while in the detention unit at Sungai Wangi, Sitiawan in Perak on Friday has sparked widespread outrage with people calling for justice for the duo. Netizens who took to social ...and more »