Cambodian prosecutors indict Chinese couple for ‘torturing and murdering’ Korean BJ

A Chinese couple has been charged with the murder of a Korean female internet broadcaster ( BJ ) in her 30s who was found dead in Cambodia 스포츠토토. According to AFP

on the 14th (local time), Cambodian prosecutors said they had prosecuted a Chinese couple in their 30s the day before for the murder of Korean BJ A, whose body was found. AFP reported that prosecutors had charged them with “murder under torture” and, if convicted, the couple could face life in prison. On the 6th, Mr. A was found abandoned in a puddle wrapped in red cloth in a village in Kandal Province, near Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Cambodian police have arrested a Chinese couple who run a hospital on suspicion of abandoning a body. Police identified the Chinese people by examining the fingerprints on the cloth surrounding the victim’s body. The couple told the police that they abandoned the body when Mr. A, who visited their hospital on the 4th, suddenly suffered a seizure and died while being treated. It is known that after entering Cambodia on the 2nd of this month, Mr. A received a fluid or serum injection at the hospital. The Cambodian police have been investigating negligence in the treatment process.

Some say that Mr. A’s face was found with a severely swollen face and that he was assaulted, while the prosecution applied charges of murder and torture to the Chinese couple.

However, details of the torture allegations were not disclosed.

The cause of death of Mr. A has not yet been confirmed.

The Cambodian police are in the position that an autopsy is necessary to determine the cause of death, but the bereaved family is said to be against it.

US Fox News reported earlier that the body was found with a broken neck and bruises on the body.

Police are also known to be investigating whether Mr. A was injured before he died or whether the body was damaged in the process of abandonment after death.

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