Vicki Momberg sentenced to 3 years

Mother jailed for 18 years for murdering son 7 during bitter custody battle

Mother jailed for 18 years for murdering son 7 during bitter custody battle

- The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, March 29, 2018.

Six Thai men were sentenced to death by a court on Wednesday for the murder of a family of eight in southern Thailand previous year, the court said in a statement.

On March 15, Petaling Jaya sessions court judge Mohammed Mokhzani Mokhtar let Rozita off with a mere good behaviour bond of five years, even though the prosecution had pressed for a jail sentence, considering the severity of the crime.

Haniff Khatri in his defence explained that the sessions court judge delivered a sentence of good behaviour bond as the victim in the trial, under sworn testimony, said she would like to withdraw the report made against Rozita.

"Then it is up to the attorney-general to pursue the case against the alleged perpetrators if there is sufficient evidence", he said.

"Police reports cannot be withdrawn but they can appeal to the AG not to prosecute the accused but that is up to the AG to decide".

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Rozita Mohamad Ali (left) at the Shah Alam High Court today.

Rozita, who dressed all in black today, including her sequinned and beaded headscarf, was immediately escorted by police officers out of the courtroom and towards the courthouse lock-up.

Before she was handcuffed and led out of the court, she pinned part of her headscarf to cover the lower part of her face.

Meanwhile, Michael Morris from the South African Institute of Race relations says that Momberg's actions were unacceptable, and that the sentence should send a signal to others who wish to participate in racism to think twice.

Rozita had admitted to abusing Suyanti Sutrinso, 19, using a kitchen knife, a steel mop, a clothes hanger and an umbrella in 2016.