Court to decide whether to deport Malay man

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By TABITHA NERO
THE Waigani National Court is expected to make a decision next month on the progress of the case regarding a Malaysian man deported in July.
Peter Ling Koh Woo was deported to Malaysia on July 20 on orders from the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration.
He was charged with false pretence, misappropriation and two counts of attempts to pervert the course of justice.
The court heard that an application was filed for the minister to review the decision to deport Peter Ling.
Justice Hitelai Polume-Kiele said the court would make a decision depending on the outcome of the review by the minister.
Ling had allegedly used some member of the police force to pervert the course of justice when he learned that he was under police investigation between Oct 1 and 30 last year.
Ling was deported to Malaysia on July 20 on deportation orders from the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Prior to this, police allege that between Oct 11, 2012 and Oct 7, last year, Ling through false pretence and with the intent to defraud the company he was the employed with as the managing director at Waigani villageĀ  applied to the use of his personal company, Ever Green Limited an amount of K352,794.73.

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