Malaysian netizens ask for justice in student’s murder case

Focus Taiwan
Date: 11/02/2020
By: Soon Thean Bee and Flor Wang

Parents of the murdered student (fourth and fifth from left) arrive at the location where their daughter’s body was deserted in Kaohsiung. CNA photo Nov. 2, 2020

Kuala Lumpur, Nov. 2 (CNA) The recent abduction and murder of a female college student from Malaysia in Taiwan has drawn a strong response from Malaysian netizens, with many leaving messages to comfort her parents and a few calling for the death penalty.

Their messages generally offer prayers to the family of the murdered 24-year-old Chang Jung Christian University student, identified by her surname Chung (鍾), and some supported her parents' appeal that the killer be harshly punished.

"A murderer must pay with his life," one netizen commented, calling for Taiwanese authorities to strictly deal with the killer to bring justice to her family.

An investigation by the police found that Chung was abducted on Oct. 28 while walking on a road near the school in Gueiren District close to a railway overpass.    [FULL  STORY]

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