Boiling Oil and Multiple Stabbings Lead to Conviction in 2002 Hong Kong Murder Case

Hong Kong, China – A gruesome murder trial in Hong Kong in 2002 shocked two sets of jurors who were unable to handle the graphic evidence presented in court. The case involved a woman accused of pouring boiling oil over her husband, stabbing him 16 times, and then hiding his body under their bed. The victim, Siu On, died as a result of the knife attack and the boiling oil causing partial cooking of his …

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Hong Kong Inspector Fires Shots at Armed Robber Amid Chaotic Scene

Inspector John Franklin Barnes, from the Waterfront Police Station, testified at the Criminal Sessions about his encounter with an armed robber in Des Voeux-road Central on January 2, 1963. Barnes reported firing three to four shots at the robber before losing sight of him in the crowded area. The robber in question, identified as Chan Ngan, was facing charges of armed robbery, shooting with intent to murder, and shooting with intent to do grievous bodily …

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