The accused man was arrested on September 11 on his return from China, who had gunned down his boss’s entire family for not being promoted.
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America The police have arrested a Chinese man, who had killed his boss’s entire family 8 years ago. The man was arrested on September 11 on his return from China, who had gunned down his boss’s entire family for not being promoted. The man had killed four members of his boss’s family in January 2014 and since then the police were looking for the accused. The police has now revealed the reason behind the murder.
According to a report, the accused has been identified as 58-year-old Fang Lu, who was crazy about the promotion recommendation from his boss. His boss did not recommend his promotion in the company where he worked. According to the report, the accused wanted to get promoted in the research and development section of the company. For this his boss had also consoled him and allegedly consoled him for promotion.
The accused had denied the allegations of murder
When the accused reached office the next day, his associates misbehaved with him which made him feel that his boss must have said something wrong about him in the back. The accused thought that this is the reason why he did not get promotion. Accused Fang told investigators that he was angry with his boss Mao over the incident, but denied the killings.
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However, the forensic team had found DNA from the coach purse recovered from the victim’s family’s house. The samples matched Fang’s, but by the time the results came, he had returned home to his native China. Investigators assumed that they would never be able to arrest the accused Fang, but later he himself reached the US, where police arrested him at the California airport.
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