'I processed thousands of ICs for Sabah illegals'
A former ISA detainee has claimed she and her group had helped process "thousands of identity cards for Sabah illegal immigrants in the early 1990s to help topple the PBS state government.

Sixty-three-year-old Siti Aminah Mahmud (right) who was detained under ISA in 1995 for two years for her alleged involvement in the IC project.

Speaking at a press conference in Petaling Jaya today, she described how she had been tasked with collecting information for the illegal immigrants' IC application and handing the issued ICs to village chiefs throughout Sabah, to be issued to foreigners who were mostly Indonesians and Filipinos.

Aminah said she had been instructed to process the ICs for the foreigners as part of a plan to help Umno take over Sabah.

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