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    Student who lured Tinder date and robbed him gets 6 years’ jail

    PETALING JAYA – She found him on Tinder and invited him over to her place for sex. She then robbed him using a knife and got away with his handphone and money. However, she was caught for her crime. The Sessions Court yesterday sentenced Mizan Qistina Razali to six years in jail after ruling that the prosecution had proven its case beyond reasonable doubt. It ordered the 24-year-old college student to serve her jail time from the date of sentencing. Mizan Qistina and a man still at large had robbed Foong Wei Chieh, 34, using a knife and taken...
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