To persuade her to marry a rich Chinese woman, sadly urge the Chinese woman to kill her daughter-in-law
The Victorian High Court heard in the case of Huajiao Zhuang (Huajiao Zhuang) who killed his daughter-in-law, Dan'Selina' Lin (Dan'Selina' Lin) with a hammer 33 times, even though Zhuang Huajiao risked violation of the family planning policy. The risk of giving birth to his son in the pig house, but the son now says that he does not want to have any connection with her because she brutally murdered his wife.
50-year-old Zhuang Huajiao has no culture and does not speak English. She came to Australia from China in 2010 to live with her son Zhuang Rongping (Peter) and pregnant daughter-in-law Lin Dan because she believes that it is her responsibility to take care of them. Zhuang Huajiao was found guilty of the murder of 5-year-old Lin Dan by a jury in May. She was accused of smashing her daughter-in-law at least 21 times with a hammer to cause her death. She attended a pre-sentence hearing in the High Court this Friday. Neither her son nor two daughters who settled in Australia appeared in court to support her.
Defense lawyer Shane Gardner said that Zhuang Huajiao may be deported back to China after serving his sentence, while her husband, children and grandson will continue to live in Australia. Gardner said that Zhuang Huajiao should be sentenced to a shorter sentence because the threat of deportation would put a heavy ideological burden on her during her sentence. A mental report revealed that Zhuang Huajiao was isolated in prison, suffering from chronic major depressive disorder, and continued to deny her guilt.
The Crown Prosecutor Justin Lewis stated that this murder cannot be defined as the most serious type, because it was not premeditated, but it was a brutal murder executed in front of Lin Dan's 2-year-old son.
The jury was told earlier that Zhuang Huajiao complained that her daughter-in-law Lin Dan did not respect herself and her family. She was dissatisfied with her daughter-in-law’s attitude. She felt that her son and daughter-in-law lived too far away from her and felt that she didn’t have enough time with her grandson. She thinks her son should not marry Lin Dan as his wife. On the contrary, Lin Dan felt that her mother-in-law was uneducated and rude, and did not like her to play with or touch her son. On May 2012, 5, the relationship between the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law broke down further after an argument. The mother-in-law beat her daughter-in-law with a hammer in the bathroom. Lin Dan eventually died due to successive severe head injuries.
Zhuang Huajiao was not injured in the conflict. She later told the police that she had snatched a hammer from her daughter-in-law for self-defense because she felt that she would be killed if she did not fight back. After killing Lin Dan, Zhuang Huajiao dragged her body out of the bathroom, then put it into a large suitcase, and put the suitcase into a trash can. The trash can was placed in her backyard. Later, she pushed the trash can to the Darebin River 700 meters away, and then threw Lin Dan's body into the river.
In order to gather more information about whether Zhuang Huajiao should be expelled, Judge Stephen Kaye postponed the pre-trial hearing to August 8, and then choose a date to pronounce the sentence.
The 50-year-old Australian Chinese woman, in order to get her married son to marry another rich woman from mainland China, she cruelly killed her daughter-in-law with a hammer. A few days ago, the local court in Melbourne officially opened a trial to hear the case. The murderer's son testified in court that his mother had been persuading him to divorce and then married another rich woman from mainland China, helping the latter obtain permanent residency in Australia, in order to earn as much as $50.
The mother-in-law gave $15 as a gift
According to Australian media reports, the deceased woman was named Lin Dan and was born in Fuzhou, China. As early as 16 years old, Lin Dan left China to study in Australia for high school, and later met and fell in love with Zhuang Rongping, the son of a Chinese woman named Zhuang Huajiao.
Lin Dan's mother later recalled that she did not agree to her daughter's marriage to distant Australia at the time, but the Zhuang family was very optimistic about the marriage. Zhuang Huajiao had promised to give out a $15 gift, but the Lin family finally reluctantly agreed. The two married on February 2010, 2 and gave birth to their son Alfred.
Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law have a dispute over bath water temperature
However, Lin Dan's life was not happy after marriage. In the testimony submitted by Lin Dan's mother to the court, it was pointed out that Zhuang Huajiao and Lin Dan's mother-in-law had a bad relationship. According to the prosecutor, on May 2012, 5, Zhuang Huajiao had an argument with Lin Dan's house until a bloody incident occurred. According to Zhuang Huajiao's account, after she entered the room, she found that Lin Dan was planning to bathe her grandson, but the latter had put too much water and it was too hot, so the two quarreled again.
Finally, Zhuang Huajiao repeatedly hit Lin Dan on the head with a hammer, resulting in Lin Dan's death. According to the analysis provided by the forensic doctor, Zhuang Huajiao hit Lin Dan on the head with a hammer at least 33 times. After the incident, Zhuang Huajiao surrendered to the police under the persuasion of his daughter Amei.
Prosecutor Kidd said that Zhuang Huajiao packed her daughter-in-law's body in a large black travel bag, then put the bag in a green wheeled trash can and placed it in the backyard of the house. Later, she pushed the trash can into the river about 700 meters away, and then threw the body of her daughter-in-law into the water.
Zhuang Rongping told the jury that his mother had been living with his sister Amei, but was very angry that she could not live with her only son.
Hammered his daughter-in-law to let his son marry a rich Chinese mother-in-law
According to Modern Express, the 50-year-old Melbourne Chinese woman Zhuang Huajiao (transliteration), in order to get her married son to marry another rich woman from mainland China, to help the latter obtain permanent residency in Australia, in order to earn some money. With a reward of 2012 US dollars, she cruelly killed her daughter-in-law Lin Dan with a hammer in XNUMX. After the assault, Zhuang Huajiao put the body in a nylon bag and abandoned the body in the river, and then surrendered to the police under the persuasion of her daughter. A few days ago, the Victoria Court formally opened a hearing on the case.
Mother-in-law thinks daughter-in-law often quarrels
According to reports, the deceased was named Lin Dan, who was originally from Fuzhou. He had just obtained an Australian green card before he was killed in 2012. He was only 21 years old. As early as 16 years old, Lin Dan went to Australia to study high school, and later met and fell in love with Peter, the son of Zhuang Huajiao, a Chinese woman. With the consent of Lin Danyuan's family in mainland China, the two married on February 2010, 2. After marriage, he gave birth to his son Alfred. The relationship between Zhuang Huajiao and Lin Dan's mother-in-law is not very good. Zhuang Huajiao believes that her daughter-in-law does not respect herself enough, while the victim thinks her mother-in-law does not care enough about her son. It is reported that a quarrel broke out between the two men a year before the murder.
Abandon the body after hammering the daughter-in-law
According to the prosecutor Peter Kidd, on May 2012, 5, Zhuang Huajiao quarreled with Lin Dan's house until the murder occurred. According to Zhuang Huajiao's confession, after she entered the room, she found that Lin Dan was planning to bathe her grandson, but the latter had put too much water and it was too hot, so the two quarreled again. Finally, Zhuang Huajiao repeatedly hit Lin Dan on the head with a hammer, causing Lin Dan's death, and then Zhuang Huajiao abandoned her body.
Son testified against mother
After two years of prolonged investigation, on May 5, the Supreme Court of Victoria opened a trial to hear the case. It is understood that Peter currently lives in China with his son and mother-in-law. He claimed in court that his mother always persuaded him to divorce and then married another rich woman from mainland China, helping the latter obtain permanent residency in Australia, in order to earn up to $14 in remuneration.