Todd Nettleton on Malaysian Government Must Explain Disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh

Pastor Raymond Koh

Susanna Koh sent her husband off to work on Feb. 13, 2017, just like any other day. She hasn’t seen him since. It’s time — actually way past time — for Malaysia’s government to explain what happened.

Pastor Raymond Koh had been threatened before the day he was abducted. Several years ago, someone mailed him a box of bullets to let him know that his Christian ministry activities were being noticed. But it wasn’t bullets that made him disappear that sunny February day. According to Malaysia’s own Human Rights Commission, it was the Special Branch (intelligence unit) of the police.

The entire abduction was caught on a nearby security camera. While the police somehow overlooked this important video during their “investigation,” Pastor Raymond’s children discovered its existence while going door to door trying to learn what happened to their father. The abduction — you can watch it here — took less than 40 seconds. It was clearly a well-rehearsed, precise operation involving at least 13 men and five vehicles.

In the 30 months since the abduction, Malaysia’s voters have put a new government into power. The Human Rights Commission conducted an investigation of the “forced disappearance” of Raymond Koh and other religious figures, but no one has been held accountable or charged with a crime. And Pastor Raymond is still missing.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Todd Nettleton