Wednesday, September 3, 2014   

More evidence on maid case
(01-24 16:14)

A senior forensic pathologist and a police photographer from Hong Kong have arrived in east Java to help gather evidence on the alleged abuse of an Indonesian domestic helper by her Hong Kong employer.
The team is expected to examine and take photos of the injuries suffered by Erwiana Sulistyaningsih.
Meanwhile, several Hong Kong detectives and two labour officers who flew to the country last Monday to interview the maid, are expected to return to Hong Kong tomorrow.
A woman appeared in court in Hong Kong earlier this week charged with the abuse and criminal intimidation of Erwiana and two other Indonesian domestic helpers. --RTHK   
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