Royal family member, two men get jail for injuring national boxer

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JOHOR BARU: The Johor Baru Sessions Court here today sentenced a member of the royal family and two others to four years jail after they were found guilty of causing hurt to a national boxer in May last year.

Judge Zamri Bakar passed the sentence after finding that the prosecution had proven its case beyond reasonable doubt against the three accused - Tunku Nick Tazuddin Izwan Syah Tunku Qadir, 28, Alex Foo Hee Wee, 42, and Mohd Arif Husin, 36.
 
In the May 6, 2012 incident, the trio were charged with voluntarily causing grevious hurt to Muhammad Farkhan Haron, 25, between 4.30am and 7am in Taman Molek here.
 
The trio were charged under Section 325 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing grievous hurt.
 
Deputy public prosecutor Dzul Iswari Mohd Jaafar prosecuted.
 
Foo, Tunku Nick Tazuddin and Mohd Arif were respectively represented by counsels Zamri Idros, Norman Fernandez and Mazri Muhammad.
 
Earlier, Muhammad Farkhan when called to give his Victim Impact Statement,  related the details of the incident and his injuries.
 
Zamri also rejected the defence's request for a stay of custodial sentence and ordered them to be jailed from today.
 
It was reported that Muhammad Farkhan was invited by one of the suspects to meet at his house when he was assaulted by a group of men armed with wood and steel rods.
 
Muhammad Farkhan was reportedly beaten up and locked inside a car's bonnet with bound feet and hands, for 45 minutes.
 
his injuries had deprived him of the chance to take part in the London Olympics in 2012 as he was ordered to rest for six months after the incident.
 

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