On the morning of October 30, 2020, Yulin intermediate people’s Court of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region made a first instance judgment on the defendant Li Fengping’s intentional homicide and theft according to law. He was sentenced to death for intentional homicide and deprived of political rights for life; for theft, he was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment with a fine of 30000 yuan. He decided to carry out the death penalty, deprived political rights for life, and fined 30000 yuan. At the same time, Li Fengping, the defendant, was ordered to refund the victim’s economic loss of more than 98000 yuan to his relatives.
Female nurse arrested for “killing male doctor” in Yulin, Guangxi: Murder due to debt dispute
In April 8th, the procuratorial network of China released 12309 news that the procuratorial organs of Yulin approved the arrest of the suspect in the “3. 20” intentional homicide case, Li Mouping.
According to sources, recently, the people’s Procuratorate of Yuzhou District of Yulin City arrested Li Mouping, a suspect (female, 25 years old) on suspicion of intentional homicide. After examination, it was found that: at 22 o’clock in March 20th, Li Mouping, a criminal suspect, killed the victim, Luo, in his rental house due to debt disputes. At 1 a.m. on March 23rd, the suspect Li Mouping was arrested by the public security authorities.
At present, the case is being further handled. Previously, the media reported that Li and Luo worked in the first people’s Hospital of Yulin City, with Li as a nurse and Luo as the deputy chief physician (Associate Professor) of spine and bone disease surgery in the hospital.
Yulin City Public Security Bureau Yuzhou branch wechat official number “peaceful Yuzhou harmonious home” reported on March 24 that a homicide occurred in Yulin City on March 20, and the victim was a man. The police quickly launched the investigation and arrested the suspect Li Mou (female, 25 years old) in the early morning of March 23rd. After the trial, Li confessed to the fact that he committed the crime because of debt.