Lam Bun: In August 1967, the Commercial Radio broadcaster was burned to death when four men doused him and his cousin with petrol then set them on fire in Lam's car near his Ho Man Tin home. Lam, 37, had been an ardent critic of communists in Hong Kong at the height of the Cultural Revolution. Jimmy Lai Chee-ying: In December 1995 the media tycoon owner of Apple Daily newspaper and Next Magazine was robbed and tied up by men armed with knives and spanners who broke into his home. Many felt the attack was linked to a price war among Chinese newspapers which led to the closure of several titles. Two years earlier a man threw a Molotov cocktail into the grounds of Lai's home. Both cases remain unsolved. Leung Tin-wai: The publisher of Surprise Weekly had his left forearm chopped off by two attackers at his Quarry Bay office just hours after he launched the magazine in May 1996. The 53-year-old worked as head of TVB News, Commercial Radio news director and chief editor and associate publisher of Next Magazine. He also taught at several universities. The case is unsolved.