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(From Malay Mail)
Byline: Dawn Chan
THREE-year-old Syakir Abd Aziz died a slow and painful death.
He was hit so hard on his abdomen that his intestine ruptured, spilling its contents into his bloodstream.
This account was given by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Hospital consultant forensic pathologist Associate Prof Dr Shahrom Abdul Wahid at Shah Alam High Court yesterday.
He was testifying at the murder trial of Salina Shukor, who was charged with murdering Syakir, her son.
Dr Shahrom, the 11th prosecution witness, estimated that Syakir had died 12 to 24 hours before a post-mortem on April 8, 2004.
He said …