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3 Cameroon nationals charged in death of Japanese jeweler in Malaysia

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R.I.P!

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The guy's middle name is "Innocent"? Is that a proof-reading error or just the ultimate irony?

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30 years for causing his death? If you have more than 200 grams of marijuana in Malaysia you face the death penaty. Strange priorities.

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Camaroon is a long way from Malaysia! Good on the police, but I hope it wasn't just "find 3 black men"....

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One's Innocent, another Mabe?

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I doubt that they said go look for 3 black guys, Malaysia is a racially diverse country, very nice country indeed, wish my native Mexico had such a great justice system like Malaysia. RIP dead Japanese guy.

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The three men face up to 30 years in prison if convicted.

They are lucky to get that. I thought they'd get the ropes in the back suburbs of KL.

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@ActionThisDay

The guy's middle name is "Innocent"?

scammed passports maybe

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@elbunda. Actually Malaysia has big problems with racism, in case you didn't know.

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Innocent--- maybe fiddycent would have been more appropriate. Malaysia does have big problems with racism sure, no bigger than Australia, Japan, the USA .. Pick your country.. Still these guys didn't exactly lift the bar for African people. Being a scumbag is not defined by one's race or nationality though.

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Warnerbro.. That's gold!! Lol

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Innocent--- maybe fiddycent would have been more appropriate. Malaysia does have big problems with racism sure, no bigger than Australia, Japan, the USA .. Pick your country.. Still these guys didn't exactly lift the bar for African people. Being a scumbag is not defined by one's race or nationality though

Agree 100% with Darren Brannan, racism in Malaysia use for political issue especially when nearing election. After that, it will be silence

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