Hong Kong police are investigating whether the British banker accused of slaughtering two prostitutes is schizophrenic, it was claimed today.
The double-murder case of former Bank of America employee Rurik Jutting was adjourned for two weeks in Hong Kong pending psychiatric reports on his ability to plead.
Her voice was at times steady and deliberate, at times quivering and incomprehensible.
The father of one of the women found murdered in the Hong Kong flat of a British banker has said he was left stunned by news of her brutal death.
Rurik Jutting’s pupils were dilated from suspected blow abuse and he appeared to have used ampheta-mines as a 'livener', an ex-drug investigator allegedly said.
On the last night of her life, Seneng Mujiasih stopped by the Queen Victoria Bar in the heart of Hong Kong’s red-light district.
The two women allegedly murdered by a British banker in Hong Kong have been confirmed as Indonesian nationals who were in the Chinese territory on temporary visas.
A taxing problem ?
If found guilty, of course.
Police were investigating whether a British banker suspected of being behind the horrific American Psycho-style killings of two Asian women in Hong Kong had killed anyone else.
Riot police advanced on tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong's Admiralty district on Sunday, and the stand-off continued Monday morning, in the territory's worst incident of unrest in decades.
Six of the eight mysterious deaths have been from a building or in front of a train. Half of them were at work or en route.
Ma Sin-chi, a former Deutsche Bank managing director in Hong Kong, was sentenced to seven years in jail for accepting $3.2m in bribes.