‘Evil beyond belief’
Thursday, 19 January 2017
ALMOST two years to the day that a country road on the outskirts of Randalstown ran red with his blood, the final two people charged in connection with the brutal killing of Nelson Cheung have finally admitted their role in the savage slaying.
From the outset, the 65-year-old's death on January 8 2015 was particularly troubling for the PSNI.
Hardened detectives admitted that they were shocked by the unbridled violence in the case. It was ferocious, frenzied even.
This was not simply murder. It was overkill.
To make matters worse, Nelson Cheung had suffered a terrible death on a quiet rural road for just a few pounds.
It was, said a local community leader, 'an act of evil beyond belief'.
*Read the full story in this week's Antrim Guardian
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