Chinanews.com, February 22, according to the Philippine “Business Daily” report, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Philippines-China Federation of Trade Unions yesterday (21st) received the notice of the murder of the Manila Police District, a street in Fanlunna Street, Manila District, Manila A well-known Chinese herbalist was killed in his clinic on the 19th. According to preliminary investigations, Lin Xiaohui, a physician of internal medicine, was found dead at a clinic in Room 503, Haihua Building, No. 539, Fanlunna Street, Lunluo District, at around 10 pm on the 19th. When the police investigators inspected the body at the scene of the crime, they found that Lin Xiaohui had a fatal knife wound on his chest. A murderous knife was still inserted in his chest. There were no signs of forced intrusion in the clinic and no valuables were stolen.
According to police officers at the 11th police station in Manila Police District, the police reviewed the closed-circuit television video of the elevator at the downstairs of Haihua Building, initially locking in a seemingly suspicious murder of a 30-year-old Chinese man. Two police officers in the Manila Police District No. 11 police station investigated the case and came to the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry yesterday afternoon to report to the Secretary-General on the development of the case. At the same time, it said that it will cooperate with the Filipino Business Association to help solve the case.
At the same time, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Filipino Chamber of Commerce and Industry also received a notice from the Baran Jade Police District yesterday. The Chinese businessman Husto · Lin was shot dead in his recreational vehicle in Baanyuji City. Before the incident, the murderers first asked their wives to get off the bus, and then drove the car away for a short distance and shot it. Officials at the Baran Jade Police Station said that the police were still not sure what the motives were and that all their belongings were intact. The wife of the deceased also said that they did not have enemies.
The wife of the deceased told the police that he and his husband were blocked on the way home because of traffic jams. The four men suddenly got off the van parked in front of them and took out their pistols and headed for them. The car, four men with guns, told her to get off the bus, immediately boarded their RV and drove the car away when the traffic light turned green. After a short distance away, the murderer fired two shots and then jumped out of the SUV to escape. Lin was hit by bullets in the head and chest.
The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on the Manila Police District and the Baran Jade Police District to keep in touch with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and General Administration, reporting on the development of the two cases and urging the police to do their utmost. The suspect was arrested and brought to justice, so that the two deceased were fair.
Responsible Editor: Zhao Yanlong