A MAN who took part in a kidnapping and demanded $6 million from the victim's husband had his three-year jail sentence reduced. The Court of Appeal held that Wong-Chi-keung should be given more credit for assisting police. Chief Justice Sir Ti Liang Yang and Vice-President Mr Justice Macdougall reduced Wong's sentence by one year. Wong, 28, was found guilty of kidnapping after trial by District Court Judge Moylan. The court heard that the victim was walking along Davis Street, Western, on December 12, 1991. She was confronted by four men, forced into a van and taken to a stone hut in the New Territories. The gang later left the hut and she escaped. The victim's husband received telephone calls, at first demanding $6 million but later reduced to $600,000. Wong, who was the driver of the van, was arrested on January 13 last year. His counsel on appeal, Charlotte Draycott, said information he gave to police led to the arrest of three others and the successful prosecution of the mastermind.