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Analysis conducted by the Department of Chemistry on several exhibits in the case of Tronoh assemblyperson Paul Yong Choo Kiong charged with raping his maid did not find any traces of semen and sperm on them, the High Court in Ipoh was told today.
Science officer from the Forensic Division of the Chemistry Department Nor Aidora Saedon said the exhibits included shirts, pants and underwear, as well as part of a mattress.
"I did an acid phosphatase test to identify the presence of semen and I also saw some spots that were marked on the (items) that were sent to me. The test results showed no traces of semen were found on the clothes.
"The acid phosphatase test is a valid test to detect semen, “ she told judge Abdul Wahab Mohamed during examination-in-chief by Perak prosecution director Azlina Rasdi.
Aidora, who is the 17th witness, said that the semen stain on a mop could not be detected with the test due to several factors, including there was no trace of semen, the mop had been cleaned and there was too little stain and it had degraded due to high temperature and humidity.
On the use of a polilight, she said, it was not a 'confirmatory' analysis and conducted before the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) analysis.
She said a mixed DNA profile from a non-sperm cell extract consisting of at least two individuals on a cotton bud was detected, but the DNA was weak and inconclusive, hence comparison could not be made with the blood specimens received.
Yong (above), 51, had pleaded not guilty to a charge of raping his Indonesian maid at his residence in Meru Desa Park, Ipoh between 8.15pm and 9.15pm on July 7, 2019.
The case was earlier mentioned in the Session’s Court, but on Dec 15, 2020, the Federal Court allowed the defendant’s application to transfer the case to the High Court for trial.
Yong was first charged in the Session’s Court in Ipoh on Aug 23, 2019, when he was Perak Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Muslim Affairs and New Villages Committee chairperson.
The hearing continues tomorrow.