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PETALING JAYA: Did he kill his wife? This is the charge Norazman Bashah Ahmad Azam Bashah will be challenging in the months to come to prove his innocence.
For now though, the information technology executive with an oil and gas company stands accused of murdering TV9 administrative executive Nur Syaleza Jaffar.
Norazman, 31, allegedly committed the crime at his home at No. 115, Level 1, Block O, Apartment Saujana in Damansara Damai near herebetween 12.30pm and 7.30pm on July 28.
Dressed in a purple stripe T-shirt and brown slacks, Norazman nodded after the charge was read to him. No plea was recorded. He was represented by counsel Shah Rizal Abdul Manan. Deputy Public Prosecutor Siti Ruvinna Mohd Rawi prosecuted.
Magistrate Ahmad Solihin Abd Wahid set September 14 for mention.
After the court stood down, his mother, brother and sister approached the handcuffed Norazman seated in the dock to comfort him.
It was reported that Syaleza, 31, was found dead by her husband about 7pm in the bedroom of their apartment that day.
Her husband had then said that he had found his wife hanging from the ceiling fan and brought her down before informing the police.
Syaleza's death was initially classified as sudden death, but post-mortem later revealed that she had been strangled.
Her husband was arrested in Segamat, Johor, shortly after her funeral on July 29.
The couple have a three-year-old son.