‘If I can’t have her, no one can’ – court hears thoughts of man accused in Hong Kong wardrobe corpse murder

“If I can’t have her, no one can,” a Hong Kong man accused of strangling his former girlfriend and hiding her body in a wardrobe suggested to a close friend while revealing that he had thought of killing the victim before.

Oscar Mok Chun-yin, 30, also told his friend that he felt “liberated” after killing Dragonair flight attendant Arbe Chan Man-yi, a court heard on Tuesday.

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