17 November 2017
Seven, including a woman freed of murdering real estate agent
KUALA LUMPUR: Six men and a woman have been freed by the High Court today for the murder of real estate agent Datin Wong Siew Ling last year.
Judge Datuk Azman Abdullah acquitted and discharged M. Pal Ganapathy, 27, S.Vijendran, 30, K. Sri Kanapathy, 35, Chen Yuen Ming, 42, Chin Kok Leong, 45, Liew Lai Chen, 48, and K. Sattiyarao, 30, after prosecutors failed to build a prima facie case against them.
He also said that failure of the deceased’s husband to present himself as a witness had broken the chain of evidence.
“His (deceased’s husband) absence in the trial could mean two things… the first one being that he knows about the murder and afraid to come forward and secondly, maybe he is involved in the case.
“However, he might not be involved as looking at the deceased’s sister’s testimony, the deceased had told her sister to handover all of the documents to the husband should anything happen to her (the deceased),” the judge said.
The verdict was made this morning after a seven-month trial.
The courtroom was filled with joy when the verdict was delivered. Family and friends of the accused hugged them as soon as the court adjourned.
Seven acquitted of gunning down property agent in Taman OUG
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here has discharged and acquitted seven people over the murder of property agent Datin Renyce Wong last year.
Wong, a mother-of-five, was gunned down in Taman OUG, Old Klang Road while driving her children and maid to lunch at about 2.30pm on July 6, 2016 – the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Her daughter, who was in the front passenger seat, was also hit when the gunmen fired five bullets at her Toyota Vellfire, one piercing the then eight-year-old’s intestines in nine places.
29 July 2016
Six charged with Datin’s fatal shooting at Taman OUG
Meanwhile, K. Sattiyarad, 29, who was down with dengue fever, was charged at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital with abetting Ganapathy and Vijendran. No pleas were recorded.
21 July 2016
Who hired the assassins?
Taman OUG murder: Datin ordered killed by businessman who owed her RM13m
Police were told that the businessman paid the gunmen RM60,000 to carry out the hit.Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/07/159722/taman-oug-murder-datin-ordered-killed-businessman-who-owed-her-rm13m
Taman OUG shooting: Assassins paid RM100,000 to kill Datin
By Thasha Jayamanogaran and Jasmine Andria
KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 — The two assassins behind the drive-by shooting of Datin Wong Siu Ling (pic) in Taman OUG two weeks ago were paid RM100,000 to kill her.
“They were paid RM50,000 each to do the job. We are now investigating if the duo were behind three other shooting cases,” a source said.
He said forensics investigations showed the gun used to kill Wong was believed to be used in shooting cases in Perak, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
Police are investigating if the shooting was related to a Ponzi scheme in China after Wong’s husband, Datuk Wong Chun Kee, admitted to running such an operation there and had recently returned after making a profit.
Chun Kee had told Malay Mail he believed the attack was over an investment deal gone sour.
He said his wife had invested “millions” in a ceramic business eight months ago, but lost it all after the person she had dealt with “went missing”.
It was learnt he ran several businesses in Malaysia and China.
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20 July 2016
Polis selesai kes tembak wanita & anak di Taman OUG selepas tahan 8 individu di KL, Perak http://bit.ly/2af62Lv
Taman OUG shooting: Case solved with arrest of eight, pistol recovered
By Hariz Mohd and Zahratulhayat Mat Arif
Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the arrests were made separately in Kuala Lumpur and Perak.
We have thoroughly investigated the case and obtained enough information on each individual believed to be involved in this case,” he told a press conference at the Federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman here today.
12 July 2016
Girl hit by stray bullet in KL shooting regains consciousness
The girl who was hit by a stray bullet when two assailants gunned down her mother in Taman OUG has regained consciousness.
Two policewomen visited the girl at about 1.30pm but they were not there to record her statement.
A stray bullet hit the girl, piercing her intestines in nine places.
The girl had underwent two surgeries at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre.
9 July 2016
Young victim of OUG shooting still in unstable condition
KUALA LUMPUR: The husband of Datin Renyce Wong Siew Ling, the woman who was fatally shot in Taman OUG Wednesday, says that his eight-year-old daughter is still not in stable condition.
The man, a Datuk in his 30s, declined to elaborate further and asked for his family to be given privacy until Wong’s funeral was over.
8 July 2016
Eight-year-old girl stable after Taman OUG shooting
Last updated on 7 July 2016 – 11:47pm
UALA LUMPUR: The eight-year-old girl who was critically wounded by a stray bullet after her mother was shot dead in Taman OUG, off Jalan Kelang Lama here on Wednesday is in stable condition.
Kuala Lumpur police CID chief SAC Rusdi Mohd Isa said today that the child underwent a second surgery at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) to remove a bullet slug lodged in her liver.
He said a post-mortem on the child’s mother, identified as Wong Siu Ling, a 32-year-old real estate agent was also conducted today.
Rusdi said police are yet to ascertain the motive behind the killing but have narrowed it down to a business she managed with her husband.
He said the woman’s husband runs a cosmetics business but police learnt that he was also involved in other ventures.
“We are looking at every aspect of the case to determine the motive but our investigations will be centred on the couple’s businesses,” he said.
It is learnt that her husband who is a Datuk in his 30’s had recently returned from a business trip in China.
7 July 2016
Ponzi scheme led to murder of woman at Taman OUG?
The murder of a real estate agent at Taman OUG yesterday may be linked to the victim’s involvement in a Ponzi scheme in China, according to a report by Oriental Daily.
The report said both the victim and her 39-year old husband had allegedly been involved in the scheme. Kuala Lumpur CID chief Rusdi Mohd Isa reportedly confirmed this, and that police had not ruled it out as a possible motive for the murder.
However, Rusdi stressed that the actual motive of the shooting was still being investigated.
“The deceased’s husband has admitted to running an illegal Ponzi scheme while in China, and had recently returned to Malaysia after turning a profit,” the CID chief was quoted as saying.
Taman OUG Shooting: Police Probing Family’s Business Connections
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are closely examining the nature of the business operated by a female real estate agent, who was fatally gunned down in Taman OUG yesterday.
The family’s business, said police, could possibly provide a clue to uncovering the motive of the drive-by shooting, which also left the woman’s daughter critically injured.
City Criminal Investigation Department senior assistant commissioner Rusdi Mohd Isa said police are not leaving out any angles in their investigation.
“Our initial investigation showed that the husband of the victim runs a cosmetics business.
“We are now checking if there are other businesses connected with the case,” he said.
Meanwhile, Rusdi said the woman’s eight-year-old daughter, who was also shot, is now in stable condition.
“She will be undergoing a second surgery to remove a slug from her heart,” he said.
6 July 2016
6 July 2016 | MYT 5:22 PM
Woman killed, child critical in Taman OUG shooting
KUALA LUMPUR: A real estate agent was shot dead at close range by two unknown assailants on a motorcycle while driving her luxury MPV in Taman OUG here.
Her eight-year-old daughter, who was sitting in the front passenger seat, was also shot and is in critical condition.
“She was driving with five children and a maid when two men on a motorcycle approached the vehicle and opened fire,” he told reporters when met at the scene.
He said the suspects are believed to have fired five shots at the vehicle with one hitting the 32-year-old woman in the neck.
“Her daughter who was sitting next to her was also shot and has been rushed to the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for treatment,” he said.
Seorang wanita maut ditembak ketika berada dalam keretanya. Kejadian 2.30 petang tadi dekat Taman OUG
Woman shot dead in broad daylight
By ZAHRATULHAYAT MAT ARIF
“However, further checks on the vehicle, showed that there was no sign of accident having taken place but a woman, was found shot dead in her own vehicle seat.
Seorang wanita mati ditembak di Jalan Hujan Emas 4, Taman OUG Jalan Klang Lama, jam 2.20 petang tadi