A CHILD killer put a curse on the Chief Justice, condemning him to a hideous death and generations of misery for his family. 'You will pay for this!' murderess Wong Yue-hing shrieked as Sir Ti Liang Yang rejected her application to appeal her murder conviction, with Mr Justice Leong and Mr Justice Ching. 'You and your family will suffer for generations. You will live in purgatory for the rest of your lives! You will die badly!' Wong Yue-hing, 43, was still screaming abuse and prophesying doom when three Correctional Services Department officers dragged her from the courtroom. The housewife was jailed for life last June after a jury found her guilty of hurling a two-year-old boy 27 floors to his death. 'This is the most evil woman I've ever encountered in my entire life,' said Inspector Ma Chi-kin. Wong snatched the toddler on August 17, 1993, after taking her six-year-old daughter to the Greenwood Kindergarten in Sha Tin. She then took him up to the top of a block overlooking the school, grabbed his legs and tossed him over the parapet. Teachers found his body in the playground where he had been riding his tricycle 15 minutes earlier. It was his first week of school. Lawrence Lok QC told the Court of Appeal that the original trial judge had failed to explain his reasons for accepting the housewife's statement taken under caution. Wong claimed police had bullied her into confessing by forcing her to eat the dead boy's entrails. Bruises on her neck provided compelling evidence that she had been strong-armed by the officers, Mr Lok told the appeal court. But the judges did not believe her tales of torture and abuse. 'I cannot conceive of an innocent person drinking the internal organs of a dead child,' Mr Justice Ching said. Mr Lok said the housewife downed the toddler's innards 'as a gesture of defiance'. Wong had also claimed that police forced her to swear a sinister oath in a mock funeral parlour decorated with photos of the dead boy.