Monday, November 24, 2014   

Man accused of killing autistic son
(06-30 17:58)

A man suspected of killing his autistic son last Friday appeared in Tuen Mun, charged with murder.
No plea was entered, and the case was adjourned to August 25th. The accused was remanded in custody.
The magistrate instructed the Correctional Services Department to place the defendant under special surveillance, given his mental state. --RTHK   
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