Penang ‘Road Rage’ incident ends in death of a woman but the court rules “Not guilty of murder”…

Road Rage and Road Bullies in Malaysia.

30 December 2019

Mechanic acquitted of murder charge


  • NATION
  • Saturday, 30 Dec 2017

GEORGE TOWN: A mechanic charged with causing the death of a woman after a quarrel over garbage disposal three years ago has been freed by the Sessions Court here.

Chow Teik Leong, 56, who was accused of knocking down the victim, was overjoyed when the court acquitted and discharged him.

After thanking his counsel Datuk Ranjit Singh, Chow said he was grateful that his family and friends had been supportive throughout the court proceedings.

“Finally, it has ended. I am very relieved,” said Chow outside the court.

Chow was charged with intentionally causing the death of Lee Seoh Pheng, 47, at a lane near the Taman Desa Intan flats, Jalan Thean Tek, Bandar Baru Ayer Itam, at 12.40am on Nov 21, 2014.

He claimed trial to the offence, which carries a jail term of up to 30 years and a possible fine.

The Sessions Court ruled the defence had successfully raised reasonable doubt.

Sessions judge Datuk Ibrahim Osman said there was no CCTV footage to show how the incident took place.

He added that the accused’s account of what transpired was supported by former Penang Hospital senior consultant forensic pathologist Datuk Dr Bhupinder Singh, who said the injuries on the deceased were injuries of an accident.

“According to SP12 (12th prosecuting witness) who is the investigating officer, the brake marks of the tyres left on the road were only two feet, which indicated that the driver was not speeding to knock into the victim intentionally,” Ibrahim said in his judgment.

He said Chow had told the court that he had dropped by the flat to give money for his child who was sick and warded at the hospital.

The accused had claimed that he saw rubbish thrown on his car when he wanted to leave the area.

He proceeded to remove the refuse and got into an argument with a couple, which was the deceased and her husband, over the rubbish disposal.

Lee’s husband Yeoh Beng Kooi, who was present when the judgment was meted out, said he was not satisfied with the decision.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/12/30/mechanic-acquitted-of-murder-charge-judge-accused-had-no-intention-to-knock-victim-down/#s6gSyGyTEiRy91M3.99

HUSBAND: A LIFE FOR A LIFE, YOUR LIFE FOR THAT OF MY WIFE’S!

Star

Friday November 28, 2014 MYT 11:54:31 AM

Mechanic in rubbish-dumping argument charged with woman’s death

GEORGE TOWN: A mechanic has been charged in a Sessions Court here with the death of a woman, who was run over and killed after an alleged argument with him over dumping rubbish last week.

Chow Teik Leong, 53, from Bagan Ajam, Butterworth, claimed trial Friday to intentionally causing the death of Lee Seoh Pheng, 47, by knocking her down at a lane below the Taman Desa Intan flats in Jalan Thean Teik, Bandar Baru, Air Itam here at around 12.40am on Nov 21.

He denied the offence under Section 304(a) of the Penal Code for culpable homicide not amounting to murder, which carries a jail term of up to 30 years and a fine.

Sessions judge Zulhazmi Abdullah denied bail and fixed Jan 22 next year for mention pending submission of documents.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/11/28/Mechanic-rubbish-dumping-argument-woman-killed/

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中國報訊:檳城狂漢撞死人一案,嫌犯曹德良(譯音,53歲)今早被控一級誤殺罪,被告不認罪,案訂明年1月22日過堂。
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中國報訊:“後悔又如何?我要你一命抵一命!”
檳州狂漢撞死華婦案,受害者丈夫楊明貴(56歲,夜市販商)在妻子李淑萍(47歲)今日上午11時舉殯時怒斥:“我妻子與你(嫌犯)無怨無仇,被你撞死得好慘,希望法律還她一個公道,一命抵一命!”
他說,他仍放不下妻子的死,更不會原諒嫌犯的所作所為。
詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》

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This is terrible!

A car is a weapon, I have always maintained,and here is a raging man using his vehicle as a weapon to maim or kill!

NST

GEORGETOWN: A woman was killed after she was run over by her neighbour during a quarrel at Desa Intan flats, Bandar Baru here this morning.

Lee Seok Pheng, 47, died at Penang Hospital due to severe injuries.

The victim and her husband spotted their neighbour throwing rubbish nearby at 1am and told him not to do so.

Enraged by that, the suspect who was in his car, rammed into the victim.

Timur Laut district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said the suspect tried to escape but was chased by neighbours who witnessed the incident.

“He was cornered and surrendered to police,” said Mior Faridalathrash.

http://www.nst.com.my/node/55064

老公生日成老婆忌日!56歲壽星公不滿鄰居丟垃圾在家門口後,還把汽車停在家前阻擋去路,結果53歲鄰居不堪被罵竟駕車追撞他。47歲妻子為保護丈夫,反被撞倒在地上,鄰居一不做,二不休的駕車輾過她身體,導致她送院後不治。

這起駭人聽聞命案,週四午夜12點55分在檳城阿依淡鑽寶莊7G組屋發生。該對夫婦住在一樓,而嫌犯住在三樓,但他們互不認識。嫌犯闖禍後企圖棄車逃跑,但被聞訊趕來的民眾制伏,更被打破頭。

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(檳城21日訊)惡鄰居不滿遭斥責亂拋垃圾,竟駕車輾殺勇救丈夫的華裔婦女!

http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/578946
詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》

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NST

http://www.nst.com.my/node/55064

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Star

Friday November 21, 2014 MYT 10:55:14 AM

Woman run over and killed after confronting car driver over dumping rubbish

GEORGE TOWN: A woman was run over and killed after an argument with a car driver over dumping rubbish.

The car driver, 53, apparently went into a rage after Lee Seok Pheng, 47, and her husband, 57, accused him of throwing rubbish near their house.

The incident occurred at the parking space of an apartment block in Lebuhraya Thean Teik here.

The driver allegedly tried to mow down Lee and her husband after the confrontation around 12.30am Friday.

Lee fell to the ground and was run over while her husband managed to evade the car.

The driver tried to flee the scene but was overpowered by several eyewitnesses at the site.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/11/21/Rubbish-dumping-argument-woman-run-over-and-killed/

中國報訊:一名53歲華裔男子疑因丟垃圾問題與另一名同籍男子(56歲)起爭執。
前者事后駕車企圖撞對方,當被對方妻子阻止時,他竟開車撞死對方妻子。
此案今日凌晨12時55分左右,發生在發林一組屋區。 死者是送院後不治,事發後嫌犯企圖逃跑結果被公眾怒打受傷送院。

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