Two Nigerian college college students had been on the 20th of December to death by means of a Malaysian High Court for trafficking three.5 kilogrammes of methamphetamine three years in the past.
New Strait Times Malaysia record that Shah Alam High Court judge Datuk Abdul Halim Aman made the ruling after finding that the prosecution had established a prima facie case towards the accused, Mustafa Azmir, 28, and Jude Nnamdi Achonye, 30.
According to the criminal rate delivered in opposition to them, Mustafa and Jude were accused of trafficking the drugs at an apartment in Petaling Jaya at three.30pm on Sept 2, 2014 which is an offense underneath Section 39B (1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.
The records of the case said that the accused, who studied at a personal university in Kuala Lumpur, have been arrested by way of police after they standard numerous packing containers containing the drug which was delivered by means of a courier organization at the apartment.
Abdul Halim, in his ruling, said the courtroom had studied tales from thirteen prosecution witnesses and two defence witnesses, along seventy three exhibits tendered during the trial.
“The defence had failed to increase reasonable doubt at the give up of this example and offered no testimony that very well refutes the prosecution.
“Besides that, there had been additionally discrepancies in memories of the accused and their defence best amounted to denial without concrete evidence,” he stated.
Deputy public prosecutor Mohd Rehan Mohd Aris seemed for the prosecution, even as the accused have been represented by means of legal professional Leonard Anselm Gomes.