PUA BEE CHUN, 22, MOTHER OF TWO YOUNG CHILDREN, WAS SHOT DEAD BY POLICE ON 18 JANUARY 2013.
A lorry driver, whose wife was allegedly fatally shot by policemen in Klang on Jan 18, has filed an application with the Shah Alam High Court to compel the police to reveal the identity of the assailants.
Foo Voon Kong, 27, said he was upset with the lack of response from the investigating officer with regard to the identity of the person who shot his wife.
“I have been contacting the police for the past eight months but they keep repeating the same thing, telling me that investigations are on-going,” Foo said.
In his writ of summons, Foo (centre in photo) listed the South Klang police chief, inspector-general of police and Malaysian government as defendants.
He is seeking to obtain information about the investigation including ballistic and chemical reports, within seven days under Section 107A of the Criminal Procedure Code 1976.
It was reported that Foo had accused the police of firing 25 bullets at a car his wife Pua Bee Chun, 22, was in with a male friend, killing her instantly after a bullet struck her on the chest.
Selangor police had earlier said the case has been classified as attempted murder under Section 307 of the Penal Code.
Her husband, a lorry driver, had accused the police of firing mercilessly, and without cause, at a car in Klang, killing his wife and leaving his two children without a mother.
Foo Voon Kong, 26, said the Jan 18 incident took place about 7.45pm near Taman Sentosa, when his wife Pua Bee Chun, 22, was in the passenger seat of the car driven by a male friend.
Foo said shots were fired at the car, at the side where his wife had been sitting.
“There were 25 bullets fired at the car and one hit my wife near her heart, killing her instantly,” Foo said.
“She does not have any criminal record and there was no cause for the police to shoot. I also want to know from the male friend as to what happened, for he has escaped unhurt but is now missing,” said the lorry driver.