At 18, Ng obtained a student visa to study in the United States. After joining the Marines he was caught stealing military weapons and served three years at Leavenworth. Upon his release, Ng moved in with Leonard Lake and the two began a campaign of abduction, rape and murder. Once caught, Ng was sent to San Quentin and sentenced to death. Serial killer. The son of a wealthy businessman, Ng was a rebellious teenager who was frequently caught stealing and was expelled from several schools.
This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred in Asia. This section does not include school massacres ; workplace killings ; religious, political, or racial crimes ; or mass murders that took place primarily in a domestic environment , like familicides, which are covered in their own categories. Cases where the primary motive for the murders was to facilitate or cover up another felony , like robbery, are also excluded. A rampage involves the attempted killing of multiple persons least partly in public space by a single physically present perpetrator using potentially deadly weapons in a single event without any cooling-off period.
Police identify suspected arsonist in Japan's worst mass killing in 18 years
Aoba, who has been in custody since Thursday, the day fire engulfed the studio in the city of Kyoto, has not been arrested, NHK said. Aoba shouted "Die! The blaze killed 33 people and another 10 people were in critical condition, the authorities said late on Thursday, in Japan's worst mass killing since a suspected arson attack in Tokyo killed 44 people in A man resembling the suspect went to a petrol station on Thursday with two litre cans, Japanese media said. Two cans, a rucksack and a trolley were found near the site, and television footage showed what appeared to be five long knives laid out on the ground outside the three-storey building.
Cho was a senior-level undergraduate student at the university and committed suicide after police breached the doors of Norris Hall, where most of the shooting had taken place. Born in South Korea , Cho was eight years old when he immigrated to the United States with his family. He became a U. During Cho's last two years at Virginia Tech, several instances of his abnormal behavior, as well as plays and other writings he submitted containing references to violence, caused concern among teachers and classmates. In the aftermath of the shootings, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine convened a panel consisting of various officials and experts to investigate and examine the response and handling of issues related to the shootings.