Selangor prosecution head Muhamad Iskandar Ahmad said he and his team went to two homes listed to Rozita, 44, in Petaling Jaya, Selangor and Melaka, and found both vacant.
"We also went to (the) address of the bailor.
“First there were problems and then we entered the home, and the bailor’s home was empty,” Iskandar told the judge hearing the appeal against Rozita’s non-custodial sentence for causing grievous harm to an Indonesian domestic worker using a weapon.
He added that his team also went twice to the bailor’s home.
Penang Chinese Hokkien 101:
Gia K'ar - scooted off, cabut-ed
Aiyah... you can't have a super well-connected Datin go to prison ya, unless it the powers that be actually want to put her there, which is not the case.ReplyDelete
Apparently, she was not even asked to surrender her passport.
She's probably out of the country by now.
Indonesia is the preferred country for Malay fugitives, the religion and culture is similar, our Ringgit still goes some distance there, and for the right price you can "disappear" into a new identity. However, since this case involves the grievous assault on an Indonesian, I doubt she would run there.