THE heart-broken mother of murder victim Brenda Wong has spoken of her pain and sorrow at the loss of her daughter, and her anger at the Hongkong legal system she feels has let her down. Other family members have also spoken out for the first time since former playboy Mr Patrick Wong was acquitted on appeal 10 days ago of murdering the Cathay Pacific air stewardess. The victim's mother, Mrs Chung Hun Wah, her father and two younger brothers, were so shocked by the extraordinary events that after the re-trial they left Hongkong for Zhuhai. They are now back in the territory still trying to come to terms with what has torn their lives apart. Talking exclusively to the Sunday Morning Post, Mrs Wong said: ''When I heard the result of the trial I immediately told my lawyer to try and get an appeal, but he said we couldn't do that. What could I say then? The law is unfair.'' When asked if she would be prepared to meet Mr Wong, the grieving mother revealed how deep the pain and bitterness was. ''I won't see him,'' she said angrily. ''I look down on him. ''He is well-educated, but he is rubbish. He makes all men in the world look ashamed.'' Brenda's family is especially hurt by suggestions that their daughter asked Mr Wong for a $200,000 separation fee. They claim it was he who took money off her. ''He has no conscience,'' Mrs Wong said. ''How can a man have a love affair and borrow money? Anyone who has got a conscience wouldn't do that.'' She went on to speak of her love for her 28-year-old daughter who was about to be promoted to cabin crew head before meeting her violent and ghastly end. Mrs Wong said: ''She was a lovely daughter, pleasant, kind and decisive. She tried very hard to save money and would only buy clothes during the big sales. ''I think she did care about this love affair, but I think she thought it was not worth being cheated for her money. ''We are all heartbroken. I will always miss her, think about her and the days when she was still alive.'' Mrs Wong also has no time for Mr Wong's co-defendant in the re-trial, Kitty Yu Mo-ling, 30, who is now serving a seven-year prison sentence. Mrs Wong described her as ''very stupid and foolish''. One of Brenda's closest friends and confidantes was her aunt, Mrs Betty Au-Yeung. The two women regularly visited each other to drink tea and talk. Brenda had few friends and rarely went out other than to visit her aunt in the Tsim Sha Tsui optician where she works with her husband, or to see Mr Wong. Mrs Au-Yeung revealed that Mr Wong was her niece's first boyfriend and that she was almost certainly a virgin before she met him. ''I treated her like a daughter,'' she said. ''Brenda was very quiet and seldom met boys - she really lived for her work. Before Patrick Wong she never had any emotional problems; he was trouble.'' The aunt first met Mr Wong when he came into the shop with Brenda to have his spectacles repaired. ''Brenda asked me what I thought of him and I told her I didn't like him,'' she said. ''He looked like a playboy with his designer clothes and flash Mercedes car. ''She said he was a gambler and just a good friend, but I knew differently.'' Her husband Mr Peter Au-Yeung agreed: ''Of course I miss Brenda, I want her to be remembered as a poor victim. ''Meeting that man was the biggest mistake of her life. He borrowed $50,000 of her money and never gave it back.'' The Sunday Morning Post obtained details of a heart-felt letter Brenda sent to Mr Wong while on a stopover at London's Gatwick Hilton International hotel. It's dated December 10, 1988. Five months later she was dead. Brenda was battered to death and put in a large metal trunk in the bathroom of Mr Wong's flat in Tsok Pou Hang Village, Sha Tin. She had been stripped, wrapped in plastic food film and her body parts dissolved by caustic soda and corrosive fluids. It was in the Sha Tin apartment that Mr Wong betrayed Brenda by having an affair with Kitty. Since walking from court a free man, Mr Wong - a 36-year-old American citizen, who once had a serious cocaine addiction - has started a new Christian life. He married religious prison visitor Ms Shirley Wong while still in Stanley Prison.