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1. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Specially Dedicated To Ying Ying..A Cute little angel , who touched the life of many like myself.

The Yinyin Gallery is Dedicated to Ooi Ying Ying, the innocent 3 yrs old girl who lost her life in one of the most shocking homocide cases ever in Malaysia!!

2. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 8y

Quoting The Star

Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Ying Ying’s alleged killer found dead

PENANG: A former karaoke outlet manager charged with the brutal killing of three-year-old Shearwel Ooi Ying Ying, which stunned the nation, was found hanged in a prison clinic in Jalan Gaol here yesterday.

Ong Chee Leong, 29, was found at 5.10pm by a prison warder.

Police believe he hanged himself with a makeshift ligature from the bed sheet found in the clinic.

Ong was led out of his prison cell earlier yesterday to seek treatment for a headache at the clinic.

George Town OCPD Asst Comm Azam Abd Hamid said police have ruled out foul play and classified the case as sudden death.
Ong's remains were taken to the Penang Hospital for a post-mortem.

Ying Ying’s father Ooi Eng Chew, 29, said Ong had received his dues if he had indeed done what he had to his daughter.

“I hope the prosecution will now apply to withdraw the murder charge so that my daughter’s remains can be handed back to me as I plan to hold a special prayer for her to enable her soul to rest in peace,” he said.

Ong, who was arrested on July 8 last year, had been charged with the murder of Ying Ying at an apartment in Lengkok Angsana, Bandar Baru Air Itam, between 7.30am and 6.30pm on July 5, last year.

His hearing had been fixed for next month.

He was also charged with possessing 0.79gm of cannabis together with his then girlfriend at the same apartment.

Ying Ying was found dead three days after she was reported missing on July 5.

Her bone fragments were strewn at four different places – a cemetery, river and an apartment dumpsite in Paya Terubong and another river in Jalan Air Itam.

Ong and his girlfriend, Ying Ying's mother Jess Teh, were arrested in connection with the murder of the little girl.

But what became the highlight of the case was that Teh had appealed to the Penang MCA and public to help look for her missing daughter, who she claimed had disappeared at the Bayan Baru market when she left her alone to pay her parking ticket.

Her appeal also led to a state-wide search. Thousands of posters of Ying Ying were printed and distributed as well as put up in public places.

Teh, when told about Ong's death, said she was “neither happy nor sad as I have nothing to do with him anymore.”

“It is only fair a life is paid with a life for what Ong had done to my daughter. I regretted having him as a boyfriend.”

“Ong’s death will not bring back Ying Ying. What good will his death bring to anyone,” said the girl’s maternal grandfather Teh Tatt Beng, 53.

“What’s done is done. Nothing will ever bring back my little girl.”

The paternal grandparents, Ooi Kean Choon and Teh Cheng See, when approached at their stall in Padang Brown, said no matter how many times Ong died, their granddaughter would never come back to life.

Ong's lawyer S. Rethina Kumar said the prosecution would inform the court on how to proceed with the case.

Source: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/2/19/nation/20371525&sec=nation

3. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting Hien

Quoting The Star

Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Ying Ying’s alleged killer found dead

PENANG: A former karaoke outlet manager charged with the brutal killing of three-year-old Shearwel Ooi Ying Ying, which stunned the nation, was found hanged in a prison clinic in Jalan Gaol here yesterday.

Ong Chee Leong, 29, was found at 5.10pm by a prison warder.

Police believe he hanged himself with a makeshift ligature from the bed sheet found in the clinic.

Ong was led out of his prison cell earlier yesterday to seek treatment for a headache at the clinic.

George Town OCPD Asst Comm Azam Abd Hamid said police have ruled out foul play and classified the case as sudden death.
Ong's remains were taken to the Penang Hospital for a post-mortem.

Ying Ying’s father Ooi Eng Chew, 29, said Ong had received his dues if he had indeed done what he had to his daughter.

“I hope the prosecution will now apply to withdraw the murder charge so that my daughter’s remains can be handed back to me as I plan to hold a special prayer for her to enable her soul to rest in peace,” he said.

Ong, who was arrested on July 8 last year, had been charged with the murder of Ying Ying at an apartment in Lengkok Angsana, Bandar Baru Air Itam, between 7.30am and 6.30pm on July 5, last year.

His hearing had been fixed for next month.

He was also charged with possessing 0.79gm of cannabis together with his then girlfriend at the same apartment.

Ying Ying was found dead three days after she was reported missing on July 5.

Her bone fragments were strewn at four different places – a cemetery, river and an apartment dumpsite in Paya Terubong and another river in Jalan Air Itam.

Ong and his girlfriend, Ying Ying's mother Jess Teh, were arrested in connection with the murder of the little girl.

But what became the highlight of the case was that Teh had appealed to the Penang MCA and public to help look for her missing daughter, who she claimed had disappeared at the Bayan Baru market when she left her alone to pay her parking ticket.

Her appeal also led to a state-wide search. Thousands of posters of Ying Ying were printed and distributed as well as put up in public places.

Teh, when told about Ong's death, said she was “neither happy nor sad as I have nothing to do with him anymore.”

“It is only fair a life is paid with a life for what Ong had done to my daughter. I regretted having him as a boyfriend.”

“Ong’s death will not bring back Ying Ying. What good will his death bring to anyone,” said the girl’s maternal grandfather Teh Tatt Beng, 53.

“What’s done is done. Nothing will ever bring back my little girl.”

The paternal grandparents, Ooi Kean Choon and Teh Cheng See, when approached at their stall in Padang Brown, said no matter how many times Ong died, their granddaughter would never come back to life.

Ong's lawyer S. Rethina Kumar said the prosecution would inform the court on how to proceed with the case.

Source: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/2/19/nation/20371525&sec=nation

I am very sorry for this little cute girl.

4. Posted by opospa (Travel Guru 1837 posts) 8y

There are few cases quite similar here....

sad cases

5. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting opospa

There are few cases quite similar here....

sad cases

I wonder what is wrong with the societies these days?