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Lao Rongzhi is a Chinese woman accused of killing seven people who has been tried in southeast China after spending more than 20 years on the run.

Lao Rongzhi’s age

Lao Rongzhi is 46 years old.

Accused and arrested

She is charged with murder, kidnapping and robbery for allegedly luring businessman Xiong Qiyi, whom she met at a nightclub, to a rented apartment in 1996 where he was murdered. Later, Lao and Fa allegedly robbed her home and killed her wife and daughter, the news outlet reported.

She is also charged with her alleged involvement a year later in the murder and robbery of nightclub workers Liang Xiaochun and Liu Suqing, according to the report.

In July 1996, Lao and Fa allegedly murdered two more men in an attempt to obtain ransom money from one of them, Yin Jianhua, another businessman Lao met at a nightclub and allegedly lured him to death, reported the means, medium.

In July 1999, Fa was executed for murder, kidnapping and robbery after he was caught trying to collect ransom money from Yin’s wife, who managed to call the police when the duo thought she was receiving the money, he reported. the news site.

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Yin was found dead in an apartment after a neighbor reported an odor, but it was unclear whether he was killed or starved as Fa repeatedly changed his story to the police, the outlet reported.

Fa, who met Lao in 1993 when she was a primary school teacher, helped Lao evade capture after lying to the police when he was arrested.

The widow of another victim, carpenter Lu Zhongmin, was in the courtroom on Monday, Yahoo News reported.

The widow’s lawyer, Liu Jingjie, said in the courtroom that the carpenter’s mother “cried so much that she went blind.

“The murders changed the destiny of the family. The three children were all very bright, but none were able to finish school, ”the lawyer said, according to Yahoo News.

Lao was arrested in November last year at a shopping mall in the southeastern city of Xiamen, and was charged with murder, robbery and kidnapping, according to Chinese authorities.
On Monday, Lao told the court that he had been “living in darkness” for the past two decades. She added that she “can finally sleep in peace” and no longer lives in fear of being caught by the police, according to the Beijing Youth Daily.
Zhu Dahong, the wife of one of the victims from Laos, said it was “difficult to accept such an apology,” reported Beijing Youth Daily.
“The pain we have suffered in the past two decades cannot be erased with an apology,” Zhu said.

Expressed her apologies

Lao Rongzhi, 46, appeared at the Nanchang Intermediate People’s Court in Jiangxi Province on Monday, according to a statement posted by the court on its official Weibo social media account. Lao “expressed his apologies” to the families of the victims and claimed that he was a “victim”, who was forced to help her boyfriend, convicted murderer Fa Ziying, out of fear, the state-run Beijing Youth Daily reported.
Fa was arrested in July 1999. He was convicted of seven murders and executed in December of that year, state media reported.
“The two conspired and had a clear division of labor,” the Nanchang court statement alleges. “They jointly committed the crimes of robbery, kidnapping and intentional murder in Nanchang, Wenzhou, Changzhou and Hefei.”
Lao told the court that Fa’s methods were “very cruel” and that during her relationship with him, she suffered physical and mental abuse and two miscarriages, reported Beijing Youth Daily. Lao and Fa were in a relationship between 1996 and 1999, according to the statement of the Nanchang Intermediate People’s Court.
After Fa’s arrest, Lao used multiple aliases to escape across the country. She traveled to different cities and made a living doing part-time jobs in bars and other entertainment venues, according to a statement released by the Xiamen Municipal Public Security Bureau last year. She also underwent surgery to change her appearance and avoid arrest, according to state broadcaster CCTV.

 

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