Refused advance wages, noodle shop apprentice brutally killed the boss and absconded for 23 years

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 Refused advance wages, noodle shop apprentice brutally killed the boss and absconded for 23 years


The police went to eat noodles on night shift and found that the noodle shop owner was killed

He hit me with something, so I picked up a hammer from the ground and hit him. At that time, I didnt know where it was. Now it seems that it should be hit on his head. When Shen Qiang calmed down, LV was still in his chair. Shen Qiang did not take any treatment for him, and then he ran away.

At 5:00 a.m. on April 19, 1996, police officer Di Xiangrong of Shantang police station of Jinchang public security branch of Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, went home from night shift and prepared to stop by the Red Star noodle restaurant for noodles as usual. When Di Xiangrong pushed open the door of the shop, he found that the boss Lu was leaning over, motionless, and full of blood

For 23 years, the suspect absconded with other peoples identity

After 23 years of escape, Shen Qiang, who has been working as a chef, turned to Ma Liang, who once worked with him. Ma Liang lent his ID card to Shen Qiang to find a job. Since then, Shen Qiang has lived in the identity of Ma Liang. In his escape career, Shen Qiang has never dared to mention his real identity to anyone, and has never returned to his hometown or contacted his family.

With the rapid development of police science and technology, 4.19 red star face Hotel murder has finally ushered in a turning point. In March 2019, the Criminal Police Brigade of Gusu Public Security Bureau received a clue that Ma Liang, a man who temporarily lived in a city outside the province, was very similar to Shen Qiang, who was afraid of crime and absconded. The police then went to other provinces to control the man. After examination and fingerprint comparison, it was found that the man who falsely used Ma Liangs identity was Shen Qiang, who had absconded for 23 years.

The prosecution charged with intentional homicide and recommended that the defendant be sentenced to life imprisonment

In the trial, the defender and the public prosecutor argued about whether Shen Qiang had intentional homicide intention.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }However, the public prosecutor thinks that after the defendant committed the crime, he ignored the unconscious victim and did not give first aid, but wrote a farewell letter to his family. According to the evidence of the public prosecution organ, a farewell letter written by Shen Qiang was found in the attic of the red star restaurant, which said Mom, I may let you down, so I cant be filial to my mother and kill. However, during the trial, Shen Qiang said that he did not remember writing this letter. The prosecution believes that Shen Qiangs series of acts have proved that he has intentional intent to kill, so the prosecution suggests that the defendant be sentenced to life imprisonment. Due to the complexity of the case, the case was not pronounced in court. (all characters in the article are pseudonyms) (editor Wang Peng) source: Modern Express editor: Wang Ning_ NB12468

However, the prosecutor thinks that after the defendant committed the crime, he ignored the unconscious victim and did not give first aid at the first time. Instead, he wrote a farewell letter to his family. According to the evidence of the public prosecution organ, a farewell letter written by Shen Qiang was found in the attic of the red star restaurant, which said Mom, I may let you down, so I cant be filial to my mother and kill. However, during the trial, Shen Qiang said that he did not remember writing this letter. The prosecution believes that Shen Qiangs series of acts have proved that he has intentional intent to kill, so the prosecution suggests that the defendant be sentenced to life imprisonment.

Due to the complexity of the case, the case was not pronounced in court. (the characters in the article are all pseudonyms)

(editor Wang Peng)