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The first decision IN his written judgment on July 13, Judicial Commissioner Choo Han Teck said he was convinced that Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25, had accidentally killed Madam Fujii Isae, 49. He said: "I accept the evidence of the accused that he lost his balance and stepped on the

Women attacked in their hotel room ABOUT THIS CASE: Shortly after Madam Isae Fujii. 49, and Madam Mivoko Takishita, then 54, checked into the Oriental Singapore with 29 other co-workers on June 6, 1994, both were set upon by two robbers in their room. Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25. unemploved.

THE CASE ABDUL Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25, and his friend, Abdul Rahman Arshad, 32, went to the Oriental Hotel to look for a job on June 6,1994. But after their interviews, they decided to rob someone. They trailed Japanese tourists Madam Isae Fujii, 49, and Miyoko Takishita, both cleaners on

TOURIST'S MURDER 32-year-old is second man to be charged with killing A SECOND man was charged in a district court yesterday with the murder of Madam Isae Fujii. Abdul Rahman Arshad, 32, allegedly murdered the 1 49-year-old tourist in her hotel room at The Oriental in June 1994, together with

Life or not life? DOES life mean life in jail or just 20 years? This is the question Chief Justice Yong Pung How wants to settle. The question arose when kidnapper Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 26, appealed for his life sentence to be served at the same time as his

I stamped on her face accused said in statement Murder of Japanese tourist at Oriental Hotel 'After I punched her, she fell. I then stamped her face with my right foot once. After I had stamped her face, I noticed she was having difficulty breathing. She did not scream/ Statement

Oriental hotel killing: Attacker acquitted of murder 18 years and 18 strokes for robbery with hurt By Lim Li Hsien A JOBLESS man was acquitted on Thursday of murdering a Japanese tourist in her room at The Oriental hotel two years ago. But Judicial Commissioner Choo Han Teck found Abdul

Tuduhan bunuh bagi perompak pelawat Oleh NOOR A. RAHMAN SEORANG penganggur, Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah. yang terlibat dalam rompakan ke atas dua pelancong Jepun di hotel, The Oriental Singapore, pada 6 Jun 1994, akan dibicarakan di Mahkamah- Tinggi atas tuduhan membunuh. Dalam perbicaraan awal di Mahkamah Rendah semalam, Majistret Cik

Mahkamah tolak rayuan pendakwa Pertama kali keputusan tidak sebulat suara dicapai KES BUNUH PELANCONG JEPUN MAHKAMAH Rayuan dalam keputusan tidak sebulat suara, telah menolak rayuan pihak pendakwa terhadap keputusan menggugurkan tuduhan membunuh yang dikenakan ke atas seorang lelaki berhubung dengan kematian seorang pelancong Jepun dua tahun lalu. Inilah kali pertama

Hotel murder acquittal: Appeal filed THE prosecution in The Oriental Hotel murder case has filed an appeal against the acquittal of the man charged with killing a Japanese tourist there. Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25, was found not guilty last Thursday of murdering Madam Isae Fujii, 49, in her room

Penganggur terlepas dari tuduhan membunuh Nasir dijel, dirotan kerana merompak, cederakan mangsa KES BUNUH PELANCONG JEPUN SEORANG penganggur terlepas daripada tuduhan membunuh seorang pelancong wanita Jepun di bilik wanita itu di Hotel Oriental dua tahun lalu. Pesuruhjaya Kehakiman, Encik Choo Han Teck, sebaliknya mendapati Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25 tahun,

Intentional or accidental? ORIENTAL HOTEL KILLING Last month, a murder suspect claimed he had accidentally killed a Japanese tourist. A High Court judge spared Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah (above), the gallows. Yesterday, the prosecution appealed against the judgment. IVYONG summarises the case for and against him PROSECUTION: "The Judicial Commissioner

Man to stand trial for hotel murder AN UNEMPLOYED man was yesterday ordered to stand trial m the High Court for murder and robbery with hurt at The Oriental Singapore m 1994. Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25, fill be tried next Monday for allegedly murdering Madam Fujh Isae, 49, at

Pesalah terlepas dari hukuman mati lagi SEORANG lelaki yang dibebaskan daripada kes tuduhan membunuh di Hotel Oriental, sekali lagi terlepas daripada menghadapi hukuman mati. Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 26 tahun, semalam dikenakan hukuman penjara seumur hidup dan 12 kali sebat kerana kesalahan menculik dua pegawai polis di lokap Jabatan Siasatan

Prosecution loses appeal against man's acquittal for murder Elena Chong Murder of Japanese tourist in the Oriental By Women attacked in their room ABOUT THIS CASE: Shortly after Madam Isae Fujii, 49, and Madam Miyoko Takishita, then 54, checked into the Oriental Singapore with 29 other coworkers on June 6,

Lelaki mengaku salah atas tuduhan ringan KES BUNUH PELANCONG JEPUN Oleh HASLEEN BACHIK LELAKI yang menghadapi tuduhan membunuh seorang pelancong Jepun di hotel The Oriental Singapore pada 1994, semalam dikenakan tuduhan lebih ringan merompak dan sengaja mengakibatkan kecederaan. Abdul Rahman Arshad Azman, 32 tahun, mengaku bersalah ke atas tuduhan itu

Man accused of murder to be sentenced today Lim Li Hsien Murder of Japanese tourist at Oriental Hotel By Accused: Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25. Accomplice: Abdul Rahman Arshad, 32. Victims: Madam Isae Fujii, 49, a Japanese tourist, and Madam Miyoko Takishita, 56. Defence counsel: Mr Subhas Anandan. Prosecution: DPP

Prosecution loses appeal against man’s acquittal for murder Murder of Japanese tourist in the Oriental By Elena Chong IN THE Court of Appeal’s first split decision in a murder appeal. the prosecution last Fri day lost its appeal against the acquittal of a man for a Japanese tourist's murder at

Jel seumur hidup: Peluang buat rayuan KEMENTERIAN Ehwal Dalam Negeri (MHA) telah menerima saranan untuk membentuk sebuah badan penasihat bagi meneliti soal pembebasan banduan yang menjalani hukuman penjara seumur hidup. Bagaimanapun, Lembaga Semakan Hukuman Seumu/ Hidup itu akan membuat peri ilaian setiap tahun selepas banduan menngkuk 20 tahun dalam penjara.

WELL-KNOWN CASES SOME well-known crimes investigated by Inspector Lim, assisted by five field detectives and three investigators under him: Klffing of Japanese tourLtat Oriental Hotel: Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 26, was charged originally with murdering a Japanese tourist in June 1994. He is now serving a total of 38 years'jail

Accused threatened to kill officers' A POLICE officer who was alsaid that he heard one of his two captors say he and a woman colleague would be killed if the captors' demand for guns and bullets was not met. The High Court heard this yesterday m the continued trial of

Man escapes gallows twice in a row He gets life, rotan for kidnapping in police lock-up By Elena Chong A MAN who was acquitted last year of murdering a tourist escaped the gallows again on Monday, when he was sentenced for kidnapping two police corporals at the C'riminal Investigation Department

Ex-cop denies assaulting prisoner A RETIRED staff sergeant yesterday denied assaulting and threatening a man who is on trial for holding two police officers hostage at the Criminal Investigation Department lock-up last year. Former Staff Sergeant Lee Vow Tong was off-duty on Feb 3 last year when he was called

Unsafe to rely on prosecution's evidence, says JC Brendan Pereira Japanese tourist's death at Oriental Hotel By Accused: Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25. Accomplice: Abdul Rahman Arshad, 32. Victims: Madam Isae Fujii, 49, a Japanese tourist, and Madam Miyoko Takishita, 56. Defence: Mr Subhas Anandan and Mr Amolat Singh. Prosecution:

Police hostage case Statement by accused admitted A MAN now on trial for taking two police corporals hostage m an escape bid said m his police statement that he was behind the bid. He then claimed m court that he had not made the statement voluntarily, but the High Court

Trie issue: CJ: What is life imprisonment? Elena Chong By A SENTENCE of imprisonment for life must mean imprisonment for the rest of a convicted person's natural life. Both Senior Counsel Michael Khoo and Deputy Public Prosecutor Mathavan Devadas shared this view when they made submissions on what constitutes life

Court reserves judgment on prosecution's appeal Japanese tourist's death Public Prosecutor Francis Tseng submitted that the defence should not be accepted because: Abdul Nasir had failed to mention that he had stepped on Madam Fujii accidentally m his cautioned statement, as well as m three other statements he gave to

Man on kidnapping rap: I did not ask for guns, ammunition THE man charged with kidnapping two police officers said yesterday that he planned only to escape by overpowering the officers. Abdul Nasir Amer Hamsah, 25, maintained that he did not ask for guns, ammunition and a car in exchange

Two of dynamic duo's big successes MR SUBHAS ANANDAN and his assistant, Mr Amolat Singh, created a stir last year when they cleared two men in separate murder trials. The two acquittals, which were not expected, had led some lawyers to call them "the dynamic duo". The two cas*s: Death

Jel 10 tahun, rotan kerana rompak, cedera pelancong Oleh NOOR A. RAHMAN MAHKAMAH Tinggi semalam menjatuhkan hukuman penjara 10 tahun dan sebat rotan 16 kali ke atas Abdul Rahman Arshad, yang dituduh merompak dan sengaja mengakibatkan kecederaan ke atas seorang pelancong Jepun di hotel The Oriental Singapore pada 6 Jun