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What really happened to Muhammad Adib?

Written by: MT Reader | 21 Dec 2018 09:45
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21 Dec 2018 09:45
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Recently, lawyer, Siti Kasim raised a point with regards to the death of firefighter, Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim.

In her opinion, she feels that he did not die following a mob attack, but probably due to some other misfortune.

"If the victim was truly attacked by a mob, then why were there no visible bruises or injuries anywhere else on his body?," she asked.

She claimed that the injuries sustained by the victim does not sound like the work of a mob.

"Think about it. If a mob were attacking, would they just concentrate on a particular area ... the chest?

"Wouldn't they in their frenzy, hit anywhere they can?," she asked.

I am not supporting anyone here, but would also like to know the truth.

There are several theories here. Firstly, is the Fire & Rescue Services Department trying to cover up something.

Secondly, was something else more sinister planned by someone to create undue tension among the people?

We all know what happens when a mob attacks someone. He would have been assaulted in every way and everywhere possible.

But in this case, like Siti Kassim pointed out, there were no bruises at all on the victim's face.

What do you guys think really happened?

Kassim Selamat
Alor Setar

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