by Selina Lum
TWO years, one re-hearing and two appeals later, the life term handed down to an Indonesian maid for killing her employer has been upheld by the highest court.
The decision by the Court of Appeal yesterday came nearly four years after Barokah, 29, pushed the limp body of Madam Wee Keng Wah, 75, out of her ninth-floor bedroom window.
Appeal Judge Andrew Phang, speaking for the three-judge court, said of the maid's second appeal: 'Having carefully considered the various arguments, we agree with the grounds of the trial judge.'
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