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Offbeat Los Angeles triple-murder suspect convicted in China a decade later, reports say

06:20  07 may  2018
06:20  07 may  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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Los Angeles triple - murder suspect Tai Zhi Chu was arrested and tried in his native China after he fled the US in October 2006. LA triple - murder suspect who shot dead his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her employer is tried and convicted in China a decade later .

LOS ANGELES --Walt Teague had given up hope of making an arrest in the Koreatown triple murder . The suspect , Tai Zhi Cui, had fled Los Angeles for his native China , which has no extradition treaty with the United States.

a person posing for the camera: Tai Zhi Cui was tried and convicted in his native China after he shot dead his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her employer in October 2006. © Provided by Fox News Tai Zhi Cui was tried and convicted in his native China after he shot dead his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her employer in October 2006.

A Los Angeles triple-murder suspect was tried and convicted in his native China more than a decade after the shocking killings, according to multiple reports.

Tai Zhi Cui, 55, was the boyfriend of one of three people found shot to death in a Koreatown restaurant in 2006.

Cui had argued with his ex-girlfriend Kyung Hee Kang and her new boyfriend Seong Ung Kim, on the day of the murders, investigators said. He later reportedly walked into Cinyuya Restaurant, where Kang worked, and shot her, Kim and one of the restaurant’s owners, Jae Woong Cho, to death.

An L.A. triple-murder suspect was tried in China, and his case could open the door for similar prosecutions

  An L.A. triple-murder suspect was tried in China, and his case could open the door for similar prosecutions LOS ANGELES—Walt Teague had given up hope of making an arrest in the Koreatown triple murder. The suspect, Tai Zhi Cui, hadThe suspect, Tai Zhi Cui, had fled Los Angeles for his native China, which has no extradition treaty with the United States.

As Los Angeles police worked with Chinese authorities to build a triple murder case against Tai Zhi Cui, two similar cases were heading for trial in Chinese courts. Authorities say RV suspect was Arizona-bound.

Walt Teague had given up hope of making an arrest in the Koreatown triple murder . The suspect , Tai Zhi Cui, had fled Los Angeles for his native China , which has no extradition treaty with the United States. If Chinese police would confirm that Cui was indeed in China

Investigators found the blood-spattered murder weapon in Cui’s apartment. By then, Cui, had escaped to Mexico.

His trail went cold for two years, the South China Morning Post reported, until a Koreatown businessman contacted the LAPD.

The businessman said he believed Cui might have been the cab driver who picked him up from the airport in Shenyang.

After years of the Los Angeles Police Department requesting cooperation from China to help with the case, Cui was arrested and given a trial by Chinese judges, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Cui reportedly confessed in a court session that lasted 90 minutes.

His exact punishment was unclear.

“He didn’t get away with it. You can’t kill three people like that and get away with it,” retired LAPD Lt. Walt Teague, who investigated the murders in 2006, told The Los Angeles Times.

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