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Dong Shuo, suspect in Yu Qi's murder, pleaded guilty
On December 4, Sydney Chinese woman Yu Qi was killed in the fourth Chamber of Baowu (Burwood) District Court. Yu Qi's father appeared again in court. At 10:33, the court officially began to hear the case. The prosecution lawer handed over the evidence to judge, while the defense lawer said the suspect Dong Shuo had instructed him to plead guilty.
Sydney refrigerator frozen corpse case husband charged in China, Australia will demand no death penalty
The picture on the left shows Luo Haoling. The picture on the right shows the detective who went to the murder house to search for evidence to take away the evidence. The small picture in the middle shows the door of the apartment that has been pried open. Australian authorities will seek assurance from Chinese authorities that Luo Haoling, an Australian Chinese suspected of being responsible for hiding his wife in a horizontal freezer in the Pymble district on the north coast of Sydney, will not be sentenced to death if he is questioned by Chengdu police detain.
Sydney Chinese woman arrested in Sichuan for hiding corpses in freeze
Discovery of an apartment building in the Pymble area on the north bank of Sydney in the horizontal freezer of the woman's hidden body, and the small plot of the apartment door that the deceased had fled to Sichuan's husband's police, broke the door to the Pymble apartment in the North District of Sydney yesterday (Wednesday) at about 10:00 a. M. After finding the body of the Chinese women's house in a horizontal freezer, an international criminal act was launched to ask the Chinese police to help check the dead's husband, HaulingLuo, and he was flying two sons to China on Tuesday morning. A message is that he has been found by the local police and determined by the local police. China's authorities today confirmed the two children...