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How Victor Chang died?

by Guest6092  |  10 years, 10 month(s) ago

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Victor Chang is a famous Australian Surgeon. Can someone tell me that how Victor Chang died? I heard that he was killed by someone.

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  1. Guest3618
    On 4 July 1991, Chang was shot twice in the head in a failed extortion attempt.[8] His body was found slumped in the gutter next to his car in Mosman. Two Malaysian men, Chew Seng (Ah Sung) Liew and Choon Tee (Phillip) Lim, ran their car into Chang's vehicle, forcing him to pull over. After refusing to give them money and getting into an argument, Liew fired the fatal shots. He was sentenced to 26 years in prison with a non-parole period of 20 years. Lim received a minimum of 18 years and a maximum of 24 years. Liew pleaded guilty and Lim pleaded not guilty, claiming he did not know Liew had a gun. Another man, Stanley Ng, abandoned an extortion plan a day before the murder. He had unsuccessfully tried detaining Chang twice to force him to give AU$3 million. Ng was granted immunity for his evidence. The prosecution alleged the plan had been to abduct Chang, tie him up with his family at his home in Clontarf, and threaten to hang them to coerce Chang into withdrawing money from the bank. In his ruling, Supreme Court Judge John Slattery stated, "It was an absurd, improbable plan, always doomed to failure".

  2. Guest2860

    Victor Chang was shot two times in the head in a failed extortion attempt. Body of victor was found burried in the gutter next to his car in Mosman on 4th of July 1991. Two Malaysian men, Chew Seng (Ah Sung) Liew and Choon Tee (Phillip) Lim, hitted their car into Chang's car, forcing him to pull over. After refusing to give them money and getting into any fight, Liew fired the fatal shots. He was sentenced to 26 years in prison with a non-parole period of 20 years. Lim was sent for minimum of 18 years and a maximum of 24 years. Liew pleaded guilty and Lim pleaded not guilty, claiming he did not know Liew had a gun. Another man, Stanley Ng, abandoned an extortion plan a day before the murder. He had unsuccessfully tried detaining Chang twice to force him to give AU$3 million. Ng was granted immunity for his evidence. The prosecution alleged the plan had been to abduct Chang, tie him up with his family at his home in Clontarf, and threaten to hang them to coerce Chang into withdrawing money from the bank. In his ruling, Supreme Court Judge John Slattery stated, "It was an absurd, improbable plan, always doomed to failure".

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