Red Shirts’ Jamal & 9 others charged for rioting

It's all smiles as Jamal walks to the court house.

It's all smiles as Jamal walks to the court house.

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KUALA LUMPUR — April 13, 2017: Red Shirts leader Datuk Seri Jamal Md. Yunos and nine of his followers were charged here today with rioting at Ampang Point last November 13.

All pleaded not guilty before sessions judge Rushan Lutfi Mohamed.

The are Reza Jamin, 37; Ariffin Abu Bakar, 47; Mohd. Shabudin Abu Hassan, 47; Izzrul Idris, 32; Hasannen Zikri Harizan, 24; Mohd. Faiz Amirul Mahsan, 22; Mohd. Yusoff Mohd. Sharif, 26; Abd. Razak Hassan, 29, and R. Balaguru,

They were alleged, as members of an unlawful assembly, to have used violence to oppose the law.

The group also pleaded not guilty to an alternative charge of acting aggressively by crashing into a police barrier and disrupting peace at the same time and place.

The court allowed the accused bail of RM3,000 in one surety each and set May 3 for mention. — Bernama



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