Now Its For A Singaporean To Face Death Penalty In Malaysia

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A Singaporean man, Loh Kok Kiong, 49, faces the death penalty in Malaysia after being caught with more than 10kg of drugs on Aug. 9, 2022, after his arrest along with his Malaysian girlfriend, Soh Yong Xin, 32. They were both charged in Johor on Thursday Aug. 18 with drug trafficking.

Loh faces six charges in total, while Soh faces two, according to the ‘official’ newspaper in Singapore while Bernama says the couple was caught with the drugs in a Forest City apartment, allegedly trafficking 9.625kg of methamphetamine (meth) and in possession of 666g of ketamine.

The couple faces one count of dangerous drug trafficking and one count of importing or exporting certain dangerous drugs while Loh accused of injecting drugs at police headquarters.

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