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    Two Chinese nationals fined, five plead not guilty to entering Malaysia without valid documents

    LUMUT (BERNAMA) – Seven Chinese nationals, including a woman, were brought to the Seri Manjuung Magistrate’s Court yesterday on charges of entering the country without valid documents.

    A man and the woman pleaded guilty while five other men pleaded not guilty to the charges under Section 6(1)(c) of the Immigration Act 1959/63, which were read separately before Magistrate A Hafiizh Abu Bakar.

    Dai Bao Xi, who is in her 50s, was fined MYR4,000 or six months’ prison, and Guo Fei, 48, was fined MYR5,000 or eight months’ jail. Both paid the fines.

    They were charged with committing the offences at two different units of an apartment building in Lumut on July 25.

    The prosecution was led by deputy public prosecutor Raya R Rishan Kumar while the foreign nationals were represented by lawyer Muhammad Syafiq Salleh.

    The court set September 1 for case mention for the cases of the other five men, Li Tao, 23, Lin Zhi Chuang, 27, Guo Feng Jie, 29, Zhang Zheng Long, 29, and Chen Yuan Zhou, 28.

    The detainee being brought to the Seri Manjuung Magistrate’s Court. PHOTO: BERNAMA
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