Culpable Homicide

MAN JAILED 10 YEARS FOR DECAPITATING & GOUGING OUT FIANCEE'S EYES

24 year-old Ms Elsie Lie Lek Chee was about to get married to her 37 year-old security guard husband, Mr Gabriel Lee Haw Ling in 2012. However, things went terribly wrong for the couple as Lee later tried to decapitate her with an assortment of tools, including pruning shears, scissors, a rotary can opener and a hammer on the night of 30 March 2012.

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MERCEDES DRIVER WHO WENT AMOK ON AYE NOW FACES CULPABLE HOMICIDE CHARGE

Lim Chai Heng, the 53 year old Mercedes driver who drover against the flow of traffic on the AYE, killing one man and injuring many others now faces the amended charge of culpable homicide. He was initially charged with dangerous driving which carries a maximum jail term of 5 years causing outrage among Singaporeans.

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TWO CURIOUS CASES OF CULPABLE HOMICIDES IN S'PORE WITH DRASTICALLY DIFFERENT OUTCOMES

A Belgian expatriate who suffocated his five-year-old son at his Leedon Heights apartment amid a bitter custody battle with his estranged French wife was on Monday (Aug 22) jailed five years. First diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2006, Loh, a single mother, had been living with her mother, believed to be 65, and son in a West Coast Road flat. Gabriel suffered from a host of medical conditions related to his liver that left him jaundiced and with brittle bones. She was sentenced to the maximum of 10 years in jail for culpable homicide.

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