Fugitive In 1998 Alhambra Murder Captured In Chicago
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#1 Mar 17, 2008
i am a close friend of the murdered son. i am so glad that he got caught. after so many years, i already gave up. finally there is justice. i hope he get the death penalty because a monster like that doesnt deserve to live another day.
#2 Mar 18, 2008
I stayed a few houses away from wang,and would see him walk the streets every so often. He very careful about people seeing his tattoos, so we see him walking around on hot summer days covered from neck to toe. It's relieving to know that someone like him is taken off the streets peacefully. Who knows what he could've done under different circumstances.
He blended in really well in the neighborhood, and if it wasnt for his tattoos he would probably remain a fugitive for life. My family has seen him in the local mahjong parlors for some time now. It's unfortunate that the penal system will probably afford him the opportunity to live out the rest of his life in prison. For the most violent criminals, justice should be swift and instant like in most asian countries.
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