Archer sentenced to death for gruesome murder of woman in Taipei’s Huashan Grassland

Archery instructor sentenced to death for murdering, dismembering body of female student in Taipei's Huashan Grassland

Taiwan News
Date: 2019/08/05
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

Chen (left), Kao (right). (Images from Facebook)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — An archery instructor has been found guilty of murdering his female student and dismembering her into 13 pieces and has been sentenced to death.

After meeting with an archery teacher to discuss art at Taipei's Huashan Grassland (華山大草原), a woman went missing for over two weeks, only for the instructor to later confess to strangling her, dismembering her body into 13 pieces and dumping them on Taipei's Yangmingshan.

A 30-year-old woman surnamed Kao (高) and a 37-year-old archery teacher surnamed Chen (陳) recently rented out a space at the Huashan Grassland in Taipei to hold classes that he called Yejucaotang (野居草堂). On May 31, 2018 after a class had ended at the venue, only Kao and Chen remained at the venue late that evening.

After the others had left, Chen claims that Kao had become drunk after only having consumed two beers, and she went back with him to his cabin to lie down at 12:30 a.m. on June 1. However, police suspect that Chen either added Kaoliang wine to her beers or spiked them with drugs to make her more compliant, reported Liberty Times.    [FULL  STORY]

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