She told her neighbour she was getting married and promised to invite her to her wedding. Two days later, Miss Elsie Lie was found dead in her flat.
Her body was covered in slash marks, and certain parts were allegedly gouged out and flung out of the window from a flat she was renting at Block 633, Jurong West Street 65.
Among some of the grisly evidence found when police combed the area on Saturday morning were Miss Lie’s eyes. Paramedics pronounced her dead at 7.30am.
Her boyfriend, divorcee Gabriel Lee Haw Ling, 38, has been charged with Miss Lie’s murder.
Before her death, Miss Lie had told her ground-floor neighbour, Mrs Carol Ng, 39, on Friday that she was engaged.
Mrs Ng told The New Paper: “She was clutching a teddy bear when the two of them came to my house on Thursday.
“She told me that had just come back from Genting and she showed off her engagement ring.”
The couple had not been seen the the past two months. But on Friday night, Miss Lie suddenly returned home.
According to the evening daily, the couple had been fighting from 6.30pm. They stopped when the police arrived around 1am, but resumed half an hour later.
During that time, tenants of the unit which is shared with other occupants – a Bangladeshi couple and another Bangladeshi man – heard moans and groans coming from the room.
It is unclear as to what happened from then till around 6am when the Bangladeshi tenant returned home to find blood trails near the bedroom. He alerted his other tenants, the Bangladeshi couple, who then called the police.
Police found a knife and several household items but did not appear to be the murder weapons, reported Shin Min Daily News.
About 20 bags of evidence were taken away, including Miss Lie’s blood-soaked mattress.
You need to ask the right questions;
What is the coroner’s report and the cause of death?
What are her injuries and the parts that was gorged out? It will give you an idea what the suspect’s state of mind is and why he does that?
The evidence is in the bed as most likely it is where it has taken place
Any medical history of the suspect?
If he has no history of violence, what triggered the episode?
Why did he throw everything out the window?
She was seen fighting before she return home and had sex with her bf, the question needs to be asked, what triggers the episode? Was it something she says? Or something she did?
The above will help you unlock the story behind the episode.
“When criminals realised there is no escape from punishment, there will be no more crime in this world.”
– Contributed by Oogle.