Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 00:33:40 +0800
Local: Sun, Oct 25 2009 12:33 am
Subject: He came to Malaysia for f.uc.ks and to commit murder
Sudanese charged with killing toddler
A jobless Sudanese man was charged in the Kajang magistrate's court Friday with murdering a three-year-old girl in a condominium unit in Cheras on Oct 12.
Mohannad Taha Ismail, 24, is alleged to have killed Aaliyah Ayman Hussin Abdullah, at Tower 9/D3/9 Palazzo Tower, Venice Hill Condominium, Batu 9, Cheras, between 7.30pm and 8.30pm.
No plea was recorded.
Magistrate Faisal alias Amrin Noor Hadi fixed Jan 6 for mention of the case, pending the postmortem and chemist's reports.
Aaliyah Aiman Hussin Abdullah's death last week at a condominium in Cheras was believed to have been due to abuse.
Her 24-year old mother is believed to be the girlfriend of the accused. She was reported to have divorced her first husband two months after marriage.
The woman initially told police that the child died after being abused by a domestic maid. However, checks showed that had not hired any domestic help.
Kajang district police chief Assistant Comm Mohd Sakaruddin Che Mood told Bernama that the Sudanese entered the country using a student visa but did not attend any institute of higher learning.