The wife of a man who died in custody in Malaysia accused officers on Saturday of torturing her husband before beating him to death, in the latest alleged act of police brutality.
Marry Mariaysusay, wife of the late truck driver N. Dhamendran, cries during a press conference at the People's Justice Party headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, on June 1, 2013. The wife of a man who died in police custody accused officers of torturing her husband before beating him to death, in the latest alleged act of police brutality.
Truck driver N. Dhamendran died on May 21 in a police lock-up, 10 days after he was arrested over a fight. His lawyer said he had staple wounds in his ears and "not one inch" of his body was spared from beating.
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