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2005-08-29 04:13:36

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The wife of a prominent American banker in Hong Kong killed him with such an obvious lack of planning that the crime could not have been premeditated, her lawyer told Hong Kong's high court on Monday.

2005-08-26 06:02:23

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The widow of American banker Robert Kissel planned to murder him "in cold blood" and there was no basis for her to say she acted out of self-defense, prosecutors told a Hong Kong court on Friday.

2005-08-08 06:41:15

HONG KONG (Reuters) - An American woman who has admitted clubbing her wealthy banker husband to death declared in a Hong Kong court on Monday that she still loved him and was not trying to paint a negative picture of him.

2005-08-04 06:37:15

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The wife of high-flying Hong Kong-based investment banker Robert Kissel admitted in court on Thursday that she killed her husband but she made no move to change her plea of not guilty to murder.

2005-08-04 05:11:15

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The wife of high-flying Hong Kong-based investment banker Robert Kissel admitted in court on Thursday that she killed her husband but she made no move to change her plea of not guilty to murder.

2005-08-03 07:52:43

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The wife of American banker Robert Kissel told a Hong Kong court on Wednesday that she hit him with a metal statue after she was raped on the night she is accused of murdering him.

2005-08-02 07:22:41

HONG KONG (Reuters) - An American woman accused of poisoning and bludgeoning her wealthy banker husband to death told a Hong Kong court on Tuesday that she attempted suicide after years of suffering his physical and sexual abuse.

2005-08-01 07:18:48

HONG KONG (Reuters) - An American woman accused of poisoning and clubbing her banker husband Robert Kissel to death in Hong Kong said on Monday that he had snorted cocaine and subjected her to violent physical and sexual abuse for years.


Word of the Day
edulcoration
  • The act of sweetening by admixture of some saccharine substance.
The word 'edulcoration' comes from a Latin word meaning 'making sweet'.