Man Ordered to Pay Back Money Stolen From Gambling Pal He Dismembered

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Sep/11/2017
  • Professional fraudster brutally murdered gambling buddy then dismembered and burned body
  • Yang Liu’s torso found in suitcase
  • Limbs never recovered
  • Ming Jiang faces longer sentence if he does not pay back monies stolen

Ming Jiang, who dismembered his friend's body and dumped his torso in a suitcase, is refusing to leave his cell.  Jiang was ordered to pay back the tens of thousands of pounds he stole from his victim.

Jiang, a professional fraudster, was sentenced to life for the brutal murder of his gambling pal Yang Liu at his flat in Beswick then dumping his torso in a suitcase found burned in a lay-by next to the A628 near Tintwistle in Derbyshire.  The victim’s limbs were never recovered.

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Police search the gruesome scene where Yang Liu’s dismembered body was discovered burned

The savage killer then stole Mr Liu’s identity and attempted to steal money and assets in order to pay off his gambling debts totalling nearly £275,000.

He was ordered to pay £48,188 by Judge John Potter within three months or risk another 12 months being added to his sentence.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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