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Sign In Create an Account Cancel. Edit links. All rights reserved. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. View mobile website.A Sydney chartered accountant, Dominic Li, died after an attack that was meant to flush out his brother-in-law, Phillip Ma, an investment consultant who had gone into hiding from the gang after they gave him drug proceeds to launder, Central Local Court heard.
Police allege that as a scare tactic aimed at Mr Ma, Mr Li was forced to swallow the acid outside his Concord home on December 13, The attack, carried out in front of Mr Li's wife, left him blind during 20 days of agony before he died. It was meant to be filmed as proof to gang bosses that it had been carried out, according to detectives from the South-East Asian Crime Squad, who formed Strike Force Bison to investigate the killing.
In facts presented to the magistrate, Allan Moore, police alleged that Mr Ma had gone into hiding from the gang. They placed posters around his inner city business bearing his photograph with the words: "Wanted, Dead or Alive, Phillip Ma.
Police said Mr Li had no connection with the drug gang, but in had unwittingly referred a gang member, Yonky Tan, to his brother-in-law for what he thought was investment advice for foreign students. The bungled punishment contract was revealed when five men faced the court charged with Mr Li's murder. It was meant to leave Mr Li scarred and disfigured and looking "like a pig", according to taped conversations between the accused.
Charges laid included inflicting grievous bodily harm, conspiring to inflict grievous bodily harm, accessory before and after the fact to murder. Police alleged the conspiracy was revealed in tapped phone calls and in email conversations between Yonky Tan in Sydney and Emil Chang, who fled to Thailand in early Police said Chang was arrested by Thai police on June 9 on a warrant for his extradition to Australia on a charge of murdering Mr Li.
The preliminary cause of his death was given as a broken neck, which Thai authorities said appeared to have been self-inflicted. Innocent man forced to drink acid over drug money feud, court told. The Sydney Morning Herald. But on June 21, he was found dead in his cell. All five men were refused bail and will appear again on September 21 via video link. License this article.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Install Steam. Kenshi Store Page. It is only visible to you. If you believe your item has been removed by mistake, please contact Steam Support.
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Simkl Apps. Enter PIN. Automatic Trackers. Netflix Enhancer.A man has been jailed for life over the savage murder of a Sydney accountant who died in agony three weeks after hydrochloric acid was poured over his face. In chilling instructions, Yonky Irvin Tan said he wanted the victim's face to be disfigured so he looked "like a pig" after the attack.
Tan, who is already serving a 24 year jail term for supplying a large amount of ecstasy, was found guilty last December of murdering Dominic Li, Li was attacked by two men in front of his wife on the porch of their Sydney home on December 13, and died nearly three weeks later. The judge said the attack, which was not supposed to be fatal, had been aimed at flushing out Mr Li's brother-in-law, who had gone into hiding over a large debt. One forced the accountant to kneel down, while the other pointed a pistol at his wife's head.
Mr Li was kicked and hit on the head with a pistol, before he inhaled and ingested the acid which was poured over his face and body. Two men who faced trial with Tan were acquitted of being the actual assailants, following doubts over identification evidence. The judge said Tan had asked Mr Li's brother-in-law, Phillip Ma, to gamble large sums of money for him and another man, for which Ma would receive a commission.
The judge said Mr Li was not involved in the money laundering nor in Ma's loss of it, but Tan had put pressure on him to get the cash back. Ma went into hiding after photos of him with the words "dead or alive" were placed at his workplace.
The judge said Tan had shown no remorse for his criminality, but noted he had been a "model prisoner" who had support from his family. He concluded Tan's culpability was such that the crime fell within the "worst category" of the offence of murder. And he said the sentence needed to deter others from "even considering using a contract attack to inflict terrible injuries upon an innocent person to terrorise another". Man jailed for life over acid murder. The Sydney Morning Herald.Guns, knives, rocks, drowning, poisoning, suffocation.
But it was the cold-blooded barbarity of the killing of Dominic Li that was so shocking. He was doused with hydrochloric acid on his doorstep by men posing as couriers. The method of the December attack was brutal enough. But when it emerged during the trial of three men, two of whom were acquitted yesterday of the murder, that it was a contract attack purely to flush out Mr Li's brother-in-law, Philip Ma, it revealed the chilling underbelly of an organised crime operation.
The man convicted yesterday was the mastermind, Yonky Irvin Tan. Those acquitted were Maua Sua, a self-confessed drug dealer, and another man.
Mr Sua and the other man, friends from Tregear, denied it was them at Mr Li's door pistol whipping him before pouring acid on his head. The Herald can now reveal the story the jury did not know - the events that started with police surveillance of a massive ecstasy manufacturing operation above a restaurant in Anzac Parade, Kingsford, and that ended nine months later in Mr Li's attack.
The story starts in Marchwhen police became curious about a restaurant run by Tan and his partner, Emil Chang. An associate of Tan, Marcel The, had just been arrested, and was later convicted, over the supply of 25 kilograms of ecstasy.
Tan was rattled. By April he wanted Philip Ma, a professional gambler repeatedly bailed out by his sister, Chau Ma, and her husband, Dominic Li, to launder cash through Star City casino. Tan and Chang planned an attack to "make [Li] look like a pig". Tan was finally brought to account for the drugs. An associate told the drug trial that at Tan's restaurant, Warung Bandung, he saw people cooking something out of the ordinary.
When the associate started to mix the ecstasy potion, a man said: "don't put your hands inside, because it has got hydrochloric acid inside". Tan said Chang was his spiritual adviser. Chang wrote to Tan that he had a pendant with magical power. Tan never did receive that good luck amulet. Brutal murder a twisted tale of revenge. The Sydney Morning Herald.
License this article.Updated June 29, A man has been handed a life sentence over the murder of a Sydney accountant who was doused in acid. Dominic Li died several weeks after hydrochloric acid was poured onto his face and down his throat in Yonky Irvin Tan was convicted over organising his murder. Two other men accused of being involved in the attack were acquitted.
The Supreme Court has been told that the attack was an attempt to find Mr Li's brother-in-law, who had lost hundreds of thousands of dollars given to him by Tan, to launder through a casino. In handing down Tan's sentence today, Justice Derek Price said it was an act of barbarity to contract others to grotesquely disfigure an innocent man.
He said the attack involved extreme cruelty and inflicted ghastly injuries on Mr Li, who died a slow and horrible death.
Speaking outside the court, Detective Inspector Murray Chapman, said investigators were pleased with the sentence. Topics: courts-and-trialssydneynsw. First posted June 29, More stories from New South Wales.
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