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  1. https://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2712580-ns-related-deaths/?p=6520443 So some trials are still ongoing but seems like my previous expectation was wrong. The main perp (person who pushed Yuen Chin) was sentenced to only 1 year+ in prison. Reckon the other guys are going to get away with slap on the wrists. IMO, this should have been classified as manslaughter. Sad.
  2. Maybe the advancements in technology help the police crack the case SINGAPORE: A man has been arrested for the murder of a 19-year-old woman, 13 years after she was reported missing by her mother. Police arrested the 35-year-old man on Tuesday (Dec 15) and he will be given the capital charge in court on Thursday afternoon. The man is suspected of causing the death of Ms Felicia Teo Wei Ling with an accomplice who was Ms Teo's friend. The suspected accomplice is currently not in Singapore and police are trying to locate him, the authorities said in a statement on Thursday. Ms Teo, who would have been 32 this year, was reported missing on Jul 3, 2007 by her mother. She could not be found despite extensive investigations at the time, but the police said that she was last seen at the suspected accomplice's home in Marine Terrace. Police interviewed both men, as they were believed to have last seen Ms Teo in the flat. However, the two men maintained that Ms Teo had left the flat in the wee hours of Jun 30, 2007, of her own accord. Nothing incriminating was found after a search of the unit and a check on closed-circuit television footage in the area. As there were no facts at the time to link the two men to Ms Teo’s disappearance, it was classified as a missing persons case and a police gazette was issued to find her. The police explained in their statement that unsolved missing person reports are regularly reviewed for further leads. The reviews uncovered no new leads until the case was referred to the Criminal Investigation Department after the latest review in July this year as part of police processes for long-standing unsolved missing person cases. Fresh leads were found when investigators traced the belongings believed to be in Ms Teo’s possession when she was reported missing. Police linked one of her belongings to the 35-year-old suspect and said they are continuing their search for Ms Teo’s remains. Preliminary investigations revealed that she had died before the report was lodged in early July 2007, and that the two men had allegedly disposed of her body. The penalty for murder is death. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/man-arrested-murder-19-year-old-woman-2007-felicia-teo-13790186
  3. SINGAPORE - A 14-year-old boy has been arrested for his suspected involvement in the murder of his 49-year-old father, the police said on Friday (Dec 11). They had received a call for assistance at a residential unit in Flora Road in Loyang at 10.10am. "Upon arrival, officers found the man injured and lying motionless at the said location," the police said in a press release. He was taken unconscious to Changi General Hospital, where he later died. His 14-year-old son was arrested at the scene, and will be charged in court on Friday with murder. Police investigations are ongoing.
  4. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/woodlands-double-murder-go-find-mummy-strangled-daughter-11691008 I thought this is pretty sad...
  5. Couple acquitted of murdering 5-year-old son but could face alternative charge Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/couple-acquitted-murdering-5-year-old-son-after-allegedly-scalding-keeping-him-cage SINGAPORE — A married couple accused of abusing their five-year-old son, who eventually died from severe scald injuries, were acquitted in the High Court on Friday (April 3) of murdering him by common intention in 2016. Justice Valerie Thean ruled that Azlin Arujunah and her husband Ridzuan Mega Abdul Rahman, now both aged 27, should be convicted of an alternative charge instead — although that charge has yet to be determined. The judge ordered both sides to make submissions on what the alternative charge should be. She then adjourned the case. Azlin and Ridzuan remain in remand. In acquitting the couple of the capital offence, the judge noted that legally, “common intention” needs to be formed before the first alleged offence is committed. However, she said she could not infer such an intention from the medical evidence, which showed only a “collective injury”. Prosecutors argued for the charge to be replaced by one of causing grievous hurt by a dangerous weapon or means, but the couple’s lawyers opposed this. Read also: Death of 5-year-old: What father did was a ‘calculated, escalated pattern of violence’, says psychiatrist Azlin — who turns 28 later this month — is defended by Mr Thangavelu, Mr Terence Tan and Ms Cheryl Ng, while Mr Eugene Thuraisingam and Ms Syazana Yahya are representing Ridzuan. The murder charge was premised on four acts of abuse — namely of burning or scalding, from Oct 15 to 22 in 2016. But Justice Thean pointed out that not all of them involved both parents. The couple could have faced life imprisonment or the death penalty if convicted of murder. Ridzuan was also cleared of another charge of causing hurt by means of heated substance — burning the boy’s palm with a heated metal spoon around September 2016. His wife was acquitted of abetting him to do this. Azlin and Ridzuan face another four and seven charges respectively, which are pending before the courts. These are mostly for ill-treatment of the boy under the Children and Young Persons Act. Ridzuan is still accused of burning his palm with the heated spoon on two occasions. The couple had admitted to abusing their son over three months, including confining him in a cage meant for their pet cat, scalding him with hot water and punching him on the face. The boy died on Oct 23, 2016. He had suffered second to third-degree burns over two-thirds of his body from being scalded with hot water, with the prosecution saying its temperature was between 86.5°C and 98.7°C. He cannot be named to protect the identity of his surviving siblings. Prosecutors said that he showed “classic signs” of physical abuse — cuts on his head and face, nasal bone fractures and extensive bruises over his limbs and back. His skin had turned yellowish, whitish, wet and raw, with parts peeling off. The boy’s injuries included substantial bleeding under his scalp measuring 18cm by 10cm, which was “almost the entire head”, a forensic pathologist testified during the trial. The couple chose not to take the witness stand in their defence. They had admitted to abusing the boy in several police statements that they gave after their arrest. The prosecution had urged the court to draw an adverse inference from their refusal to testify, as only they knew what had happened then. The court previously heard during the trial that Ridzuan had a troubled childhood and once stayed in the Singapore Boys’ Home. His lawyers argued in his defence that he was suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), intermittent explosive disorder, and hypnotic use disorder, a condition associated with repeated use of sedative-like drugs. Nevertheless, a psychiatrist said that his abuse of the boy “clearly described an escalating pattern of physical punishment in response to persistent bad behaviour” from his son. As for Azlin, she told police officers that she had disciplined the child only when he gave her “attitude”, stole milk powder and told lies, and that she did not mean to kill him. A defence psychiatrist who examined her said that she abused methamphetamine to cope with the stress of taking care of her children. At the time of her offences, she had been going through withdrawal symptoms as her supply was drying up. The psychiatrist also opined that she suffered from an adjustment disorder with depressed mood at the time, which substantially impaired her mental responsibility. Ridzuan had allegedly been having an affair and left her alone for three weeks in April to look after the children. The boy’s foster mother, Azlin’s close friend Zufarina Abdul Hamid, took care of him from when he was one month old until he was four.
  6. Saw this news last week saying Police investigating, then saw on ZB that it involved human remains in pot. Now it's revealed biological parents killed 2 yr old daughter. Must be on farking drugs! https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/couple-to-be-charged-with-murder-of-2-year-old-daughter
  7. Ender

    Serial Killer in Penang?

    http://www.tnp.sg/news/headless-body-woman-discovered-floating-island-penang http://www.tnp.sg/news/second-headless-body-three-days-found-penang
  8. Duckduck

    Double deaths... another one!

    http://wanbao.omy.sg/local/story20140604-30210#local mother n dotter argue, then mother found stabbed to death n dotter apparently jumped downstairs!!! BTW wat happened 2 that kovan double murder case? investigate so long still no conclusion???
  9. http://www.todayonline.com/world/asia/74-shot-dead-nine-months-malaysia Cannot drive to Penang liao! Saded..
  10. Jman888

    Woodlands murder suspect nabbed!

    This time is a NSman, could be a serial killer
  11. RadX

    West Coast Murder

    I see this I think of @chowyunfatt Keep bird summore...... And it is at his area too...could it be??? @chowyunfatt whr u Father dies in 'scuffle' with son Feb 12, 2015 6:00am 546 31 1 605 HAPPIER TIMES: Mr Tan Kok Keng (left) with his son, Mr Mark Tan Peng Liat, who has been arrested. Photo: Facebook screengrab PreviousNext By: ELIZABETH LAW One was an avid golfer who kept a number of birds as pets. The other had a passion for cars. For nearly three decades, Mr Tan Kok Keng, 67, and his son, Mr Mark Tan Peng Liat, 29, lived together in their West Coast Rise home, seemingly without incident. But on Tuesday afternoon, something went terribly wrong. Neighbours reported hearing a woman's screams, and the police was called at 5.25pm. They arrived at the semi-detatched house at 58 West Coast Rise and Mr Tan Kok Keng was taken to National University Hospital (NUH) unconscious. He was pronounced dead at about 6.48pm. A police spokesman said that a 29-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident. The New Paper understands he is Mr Mark Tan. He will be charged in the State Courts today with murder. A neighbour who lives a few houses down, called the elder Mr Tan a "generous man" who gave all the maids on the street red packets every Chinese New Year. Read the full report in our print edition on Feb 12. - See more at: http://www.tnp.sg/news/father-dies-scuffle-son#sthash.tOYobyju.dpuf
  12. Yamapi

    Murder at Telok Kurau

    DEVELOPING STORY: A 23-year-old maid has been arrested after a 59-year-old woman was found dead at a Telok Kurau house.
  13. Judge sentences Dynel Lane to 100 years for attack http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_29829790/woman-who-cut-fetus-out-expectant-mother-set BOULDER — Aurora Wilkins should be nearing her first birthday. Her parents should be watching her take her first steps. Her mother should know what her daughter's smile looks like. Instead, Michelle Wilkins stood before a judge on Friday and asked for the woman who cut Aurora from her womb to receive the harshest punishment possible. Chief District Judge Maria Berkenkotter sentenced Dynel Lane to 100 years in prison for beating Wilkins unconscious and cutting her 7-month-old fetus from her body. The details that weighed heaviest in Berkenkotter's decision weren't the things that Lane did. They were the things that Michelle Wilkins never got to do. District Attorney Stan Garnett's voice shook when he described the first words Wilkins never got to hear. Aurora's parents will never get to scoop her off a grocery store floor during a tantrum or hang her artwork on the refrigerator, Berkenkotter said. "They won't get to watch as she decides who she is or what she wants to do with her life," Berkenkotter said. "Ms. Lane, you stole that from Michelle." Lane, 35, was convicted on Feb. 23. After seven hours of deliberation, a Boulder County jury convicted Lane of one count of attempted first-degree murder, four counts of assault and one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Lane spent months faking a pregnancy before she lured Wilkins to her Longmont basement on March 18, 2015, with a Craigslist ad promising free maternity clothes. In a frenzied attack, Lane beat Wilkins unconscious and removed her fetus using two kitchen knives. Juno Mak's movie becomes reality.
  14. This is no accident, more like murder in broad daylight. A car drives at high speed and knocks over two persons, in broad daylight. One person falls on the hood in front of the car, and the car rolls over him. That is not all. The driver gets out, and starts KICKING the fallen! Kicks one, then runs over the kick the other. All this in broad daylight, in front of at least two other people who just stand by and watch the drama unfold!
  15. Tayspiderx

    Mongolian murder Freed

    [shakehead] Overlooked? Shouldnt this be put up firstly... [confused]
  16. Duckduck

    Tampines murder! (NSFW)

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/woman-found-dead-in/1533648.html?cid=TWTCNA
  17. Camrysfa

    Life (hell) in a Thai Prison.

    Wonder whether it is true? http://www.chiangraitimes.com/briton-neil-hartley-recants-his-living-hell-in-a-thai-jail.html PATTAYA – Neil Hartley a British National who was held in a Thai prison for three years, after admitting offenses linked to a pharmaceuticals website selling Viagra and steroids, Neil Hartley, 61, was arrested in November 2011 at a beer bar complex in central Pattaya. He claims a Thai lawyer told him if he pleaded guilty he would be fined – but instead he was thrown in jail for three years. He was advised to admit purchase, concealment and distribution of illegal narcotics, import-export violations, pharmaceutical-license offenses and working without a work permit. Mr Hartley, who was sent home to Heysham on a flight to Manchester last Saturday, said: “There is so much corruption over there. “I went to Thailand to work with a friend, who was running a website exporting pharmaceuticals all over the world. He had been running it for six years. “I only helped with e-mails and orders. I was a scapegoat. The Thai police visited the man who ran the website and demanded thousands of pounds. “When he did not pay them, they arrested me two weeks later, while he was out of the country. “I was on remand for a month, then went to Pattaya Court, and the judge jailed me. There was nothing I could do, I was in chains and leg irons. “The British Embassy did not help me.” Reliving the moment he was sent to prison he said: “It was all men and ladyboys. “I was thrown in a van with around 60 prisoners. The guards would hit people with sticks if they said anything. They are animals. “When I arrived at the prison, Nong Palai, my cell was 10 yards by five yards, with 85 criminals inside, including murderers. There were around 1,500 people in the prison. “It had bars at either end and a concrete floor where we had to sleep. If you wanted bedding you had to pay for it. “There were two British men in when I arrived; they had stolen whiskey from a supermarket. Within a week one was dead, beaten to death.” Neil added: “The ladyboys were kept separately from us. They made a tent out of sheets and would sell sex to the prisoners at weekends so they had money to buy cigarettes. “When my mum sent me money I bought 15 blankets to stitch together to make a makeshift bed, and paid for better food – although it wasn’t much better than what we were getting. I lived on tinned sardines but at least you knew they weren’t contaminated, otherwise you got a chicken’s foot, or cold rice. “They threw us out of our cells from 7am. There was just a yard to go in. I saw a Thai man stabbed with a sharpened iron bar.” At 4pm, Mr Hartley says he and the other prisoners were put back in their humid, stinking cells. He said: “You had to pay for a bed space with cigarettes. There was a hole in the floor for a toilet – shared by all of us.” One doctor visited the prison twice a month, but Neil was unable to get medication at first without a passport as it had been seized. He said: “I thought about ending my life, but just got on with it.” Mr Hartley, who formerly worked at Pines Lakes leisure complex near Carnforth, took up the ‘job’ in Thailand when he was made redundant from Pontins. He is virtually blind in one eye, with untreated cataracts in the other. His tearful 90-year-old mother, who lives in a static caravan in Heysham, said: “He’s the only thing I have in the world – and I’m the only thing he has in the world. “This last three years has been terrible. “He says the bed I have given him was paradise compared to what he is used to. “When I first saw him I walked past him twice, I did not recognize him. He is seven stone.” His friend Peter Rowley, who used to work with him in Carnforth, picked him up from the airport after Thai authorities set him back to Britain on his release. He said: “People need to be told about the corruption over there, it is unbelievable.” A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We are aware of the arrest of a British national
on November 4, 2011, in Pattaya, Thailand and provided consular assistance.”
  18. news just out . . . . http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1109095 KUALA LUMPUR: Police said Thursday they had arrested seven people in connection with the murder of an Estonian model whose body was found on a resort island. Freelance model Regina Soosalu's body was discovered on a beach on Rawa island off the east coast last week. She was initially believed to have drowned - but police said on Wednesday they found wounds on her body and were investigating the case as murder. Johor Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Hasnan Hassan told AFP seven people had been arrested so far for questioning over her death but declined to comment further. Faris Waris of Tangerine Models said his agency had worked with Soosalu, who was in her 20s and had been in Malaysia on and off for about three years. "She is one of the top freelance models in the country. We are shocked," he told AFP. Her boyfriend, with whom she had travelled to the island, is a member of the Johor royalty. Police are also investigating the death of a British tourist whose body was found last month on Tioman island, after he went missing on a jungle hike.
  19. Read this in Yahoo and unable to open the video of the report as office computer 'locked'..... Anyway, was shocked when reading the 'headline'; yahoo news: Toddler on attempted murder charge Nine-month old boy appears before a court in Pakistan charged with attempted murder. Paul Chapman reports link: https://sg.news.yahoo.com/video/toddler-attempted-murder-charge-053018370.html
  20. the husband... and the wife... enjoy your weekend!
  21. A Briton, who got into a fight at a Halloween party, was jailed for 11/2 years on Thursday. James Daniel Rhodes, 36, was convicted of causing grievous hurt to Mr Ronald Tan, an Australian. Mr Tan, 34, fractured his skull during the fight and died 14 months later. Rhodes was also ordered to pay $32,000 in compensation to Mr Tan's mother. This is for medical expenses, loss of her son's income and transport expenses. Rhodes, a former bank officer, was also found guilty of punching Mr Kevin Michael Hubbard, 31, an interior designer, at the same party. He is appealing against the conviction and sentence and is out on bail of $25,000. During the trial, Deputy Public Prosecutor Sanjiv Vaswani told the court that Rhodes had been invited by a friend to the party on Oct 23, 2010 at The Spinnaker condominium near Newton. There, Rhodes got into an argument with Mr Tan. The Briton was told to leave but traded blows with one of the hosts in the lift. He was brought back to the apartment to change his bloodied shirt for a fresh one but while being ushered out again, he assaulted Mr Hubbard before punching Mr Tan in the face. Berri cheap, sia.......one country, 2 jurisdiction. where can i bleach myself white
  22. http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...lpable-homicide Firstly, I pity the family of the lady he murdered. Secondly, I feel a little scared that there's a chance he might be walking amongst us in 20 years or less.
  23. Hensony

    Is it suicide or is it murder?

    [This looks like a Hollywood script. Hope ST will provide updates when available. Doesn't look good on our police and A*Star.] A sensational news report about the death of an American research scientist in Singapore that cast aspersions on two Singapore public institutions prompted responses from both agencies yesterday. In the Financial Times article, the scientist's parents alleged that the police here had not done its job properly in investigating their son's death. But the police say they investigate all unnatural death cases thoroughly and their procedures are of high international standards. More damning were allegations that Singapore's national research agency had plans to strike a deal with a Chinese company suspected of espionage. But Dr Raj Thampuran, managing director of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star), told The Sunday Times that the agency does not conduct any military-related research. He added that while the institute had been in talks with Huawei Technologies, the project did not progress beyond talks. On Friday, the Financial Times (FT) published a report casting doubt on the death of Dr Shane Todd, an American who was found hanged in an apparent suicide in his home near Chinatown last June. His parents said they believed their son had been murdered over his work at the Institute of Microelectronics (IME), which is part of A*Star. IME carries out research on microelectronics to help develop the industry in Singapore. Some areas of focus include miniaturised medical devices, sensors and circuits. Dr Todd, who was trained as an engineer, worked for the institute between December 2010 and May last year and, according to the FT, led a team specialising in a next-generation semiconductor material called gallium nitride (GaN). The material can withstand extreme heat and power levels well beyond the more traditionally used silicon. An external hard drive discovered by Dr Todd's parents in his home after his death contained apparent plans between the institute and Huawei, a Chinese telecoms giant, to develop a device known as a GaN amplifier, which has many commercial uses, the FT said. But the GaN amplifier could also be used in electronic warfare to jam signals and weapons, and to create high-powered radar systems to boost military capabilities, said experts consulted by FT. The involvement of Huawei would be problematic because the firm has been deemed a security risk by governments, the FT said. Last year, a United States government intelligence committee said, after an 11-month investigation, that it suspected communications equipment made by Huawei could be used for spying. The committee's report cited analysts' concerns that Huawei has links to and is influenced by the Chinese government, despite it claiming to be a private company. Huawei has denied these suspicions, although it admitted in a US government report that an internal Communist Party committee does exist within the company, as required by law. The committee also found that Huawei "did not fully cooperate with the investigation and was unwilling to explain its relationship with the Chinese government or Chinese Communist Party". Australia has banned Huawei from bidding for projects for its high-speed broadband network, citing security concerns. Britain has also just finished a review of "the whole presence of Huawei" in its national infrastructure and is expected to publish a report soon. According to FT, Dr Todd's parents said that their son had seemed increasingly stressed in the months before his death. "I am being asked to do things with a Chinese company that make me uncomfortable," Mrs Todd recalled her son saying. "He said he felt he was being asked to compromise American security," she added. The institute's executive director, Professor Kwong Dim-Lee, confirmed that Dr Todd resigned last May and planned to return to the United States. But when asked about the nature of Dr Todd's work at the institute, Prof Kwong declined to provide details, citing the ongoing police investigation of the death. In an e-mail statement to The Sunday Times, he would say only that "Shane performed well... and was thought of highly by his supervisor and peers. He left the institute on cordial terms." According to his professional LinkedIn profile, Dr Todd was a project leader in the institute's gallium nitride-on-silicon power electronics programme. The programme aims to combine gallium nitride and silicon for use in power and radio frequency applications, according to the institute's website. "The outcomes from these projects will contribute to specific industrial applications," it said. The FT report said that besides wanting to know the nature of their son's work at the institute, the Todds also cast a damning light on the Singapore police's investigation of his death. They told FT that they had seen no signs of an investigation, such as crime scene tape or smudges from fingerprint searches, at their son's apartment. The report said that they even disputed basic facts. They said they were told by the police that Dr Todd had drilled holes into his bathroom wall, bolted in a pulley, then slipped a black strap through the pulley and wrapped it around the toilet several times. He killed himself by tethering the strap to his neck and jumping from a chair. But when they visited the apartment soon after his death, the bathroom walls had no holes in them, there were no bolts or screws and the toilet was not even where the police had said it was, they claimed. When The Sunday Times visited the area yesterday, a woman who claimed to be the owner of the shophouse where Dr Todd lived said he mostly kept to himself and did not interact with his neighbours. "We do not know what happened. As far as I am concerned, this matter is over because the police told us investigations have closed," said the woman who declined to be named. She said the unit occupied by Dr Todd had been rented out to someone else. Two neighbours living across from Dr Todd's apartment added that the police had not interviewed them about his death. When asked, the police said their procedures for investigating cases, particularly those involving deaths, are of high international standards. A spokesman added: "All crime scene locations which have the potential for recovery of evidence are handled with care and are protected from interference of any kind so as to preserve any trace evidence. "The conditions and items found at the crime scene are carefully recorded in great detail, as well as conserved and removed for subsequent laboratory analysis." The family can also question witnesses and the relevant reports during the coroner's inquiry, he said. The inquiry will take place next month, said the FT. Mr Eric Watnik, public affairs counsellor at the US Embassy in Singapore, told The Sunday Times that a consular officer accompanied the Todds to all of their meetings with the Singapore authorities. He added: "The Federal Bureau of Investigation continues to follow the case closely, but it does not have jurisdiction outside the United States and must be invited by a foreign government before doing any investigations overseas. "The United States has offered FBI assistance to the Government of Singapore on the Shane Todd case and has engaged in frequent discussion with the Government of Singapore regarding Shane's death."
  24. Was heading to Genting this coming sunday. Someone informed me that recently there is a murder case happened in FW hotel. It invloved a couple of PRC who was being murdered there....anyone heard about this?
  25. [extract] Disputes over parking space are quite common. Most of them do not end up in a fight. However, in a bizzare case at Haikou City in Southern China, a man was murdered in a rather unusual manner. Apparently, a 41 year old woman tried to park her scooter in front of the deceased
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