The Myanmar murders have started again!

Remember all the grisly murders in Penang?

The killings were a re-emergence of a spill-over of religious sentiments among Myanmars migrant workers in Malaysia, similar to the numerous such cases reported in the Klang Valley and Penang in 2014.

About two dozen Myanmars of Buddhist and Muslim ethnic groups were killed at the time. 

The sporadic attacks between the two groups here were eventually contained when police rounded up thousands of Myanmars and recorded their identities. They were later freed after being warned of stern action if caught taking part in the attacks.

2 Nov 2016

Dead body with slash wounds found by passers-by in Bukit Mertajam

GEORGE TOWN: The remains of a foreign national, with slash wounds on his neck and stomach, were discovered by passers-by this morning.
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The body, believed to be of a Myanmar national, was found covered in blood near a temple at Jalan Pengkalan Bukit Tengah, Bukit Mertajam.
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Seberang Prai Tengah district police chief Assistant Commissioner Nik Ros Azhan Nik Ab Hamid said the victim has been identified as Kan Thuo, 37.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/11/185427/dead-body-slash-wounds-found-passers-bukit-mertajam

Mangsa ditemui orang ramai dalam keadaan berlumuran darah

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The Mystery of the murdered Myanmarese. 23 in Penang so far!

Police: Myanmar SLAUGHTER HOUSE discovered! In Bukit Mertajam, Penang.

Myanmarese in Penang: Still in EXTREME danger!

The Myanmarese Murders. In Malaysia

Three Myanmarese lost their heads. Literally.

1 Nov 2016

Murder victims in Bachok believed to be Myanmars involved in communal violence

KOTA BARU: The bodies of four men recovered from an undergrowth in Bachok on Sunday are Myanmars believed to be victims of a spill-over of communal violence in their country.

They are believed to died in the hands of their fellow countrymen after being abducted from their workplace a week ago.

The victims whose heads were covered with a plastic bag and were stabbed to death elsewhere before their bodies were dumped next to a paddy field at Kampung Tanjung Hilir.

A passer-by who sensed a stench emanating from the undergrowth called the police on finding the bodies on Sunday at 7pm.

Kelantan police chief Datuk Dr Ab Rahman Ismail said today the victims were workers who were reported to be abducted by a group of masked men at a construction site in Tunjong on Oct 25.

He said among the dead were two of those abducted. He said the victims who are in their 20’s and 30’s had stab wounds in their chest and abdomen.

Ab Rahman said religious conflict between ethnic Myanmar groups are highly likely to be the motive behind the killing.

31 Oct 2016

8h8 hours ago

Empat mayat dipercayai mangsa bunuh ditemui di kawasan semak Kampung Tanjung Hilir, Bachok, petang tadi – Ketua Polis Kelantan

Dendam lama antara punca.

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Empat mayat ditemui di kawasan semak di Kampung Tanjung Hilir,Bekelam, Bachok. Mayat dijumpai kira kira jam 6 petang tadi.

Four bodies found in Bachok: Victims killed elsewhere before dumped
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BACHOK: Four bodies with stab wounds on their torsos were found in a secluded location in Kampung Tanjung Hilir, Bekelam here tonight.
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Kelantan police chief Datuk Dr Ab Rahman Ismail said the bodies were found in some thick bushes with their heads covered with plastic.
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He said a villager who caught whiff of a foul stench found the bodies before alerting the police of the gruesome find about 6.30pm.
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“The victims appear to have been killed elsewhere and dumped in the area,” he said, adding that the bodies may have been left there for at least three days.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/10/184479/four-bodies-found-bachok-victims-killed-elsewhere-dumped

Villager discovers four bodies in undergrowth in Bachok, Kelantan Read More :

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