Sunday, December 21, 2014   

Trial for man allegedly killing parents
(08-05 16:42)

The high court has begun hearing a murder trial in which a son allegedly killed his parents with the help of a friend in March last year.
The accused, Henry Chau Hoi-leung and Angus Tse Chun-kei, pleaded not guilty to the murder charges.
The court heard that the victims were thought to have been killed in a flat in Tai Kok Tsui after they were asked to go there to help their son tidy up the place.
The victims' heads and other body parts were found in two refrigerators, bags and boxes in the flat.
However forensic experts couldn't ascertain the time and cause of death because the body parts had been processed with salt, refrigerated and microwaved. --RTHK   
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