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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
SHAH ALAM: It was a trial which left senior police officers red-faced after more than 60,000 psychotropic pills meant to be tendered as evidence in a drug-trafficking case went missing in 2005.
Yesterday, High Court judge Datuk Muhamad Ideres Muhammad Rapee ruled that the prosecution had failed to prove a prima facie case against the accused, Tua Bit, 63.
The judge acquitted Tua Bit on two counts of trafficking the Nimetazepam pills (also known as Eramin 5) in two venues in 2002.
The first charge was trafficking in 10,000 pills at Unit D-4-17, Block D, Baiduri Condominium, Bandar Tasik Kesuma, Beranang, at …