Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee
Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong professor faced wife’s alleged ‘verbal violence’ for two years, affecting his emotional control, murder trial told

  • Psychological abuse of defendant Cheung Kie-chung reached a moderate to serious degree, expert Dr Sammy Cheng tells court
  • Psychologist further reveals that the defendant told him ‘he never thought of killing his wife’

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee
Cheung Kie-chung was suffering from depression at the time of the killing, a psychiatrist said. Photo: Dickson Lee
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