Insults trigger Bulacan worker to ‘kill’ Taiwanese boss, say cops

/ 06:01 PM October 31, 2019

MARILAO, Bulacan –– A 22-year-old worker here on Thursday surrendered to policemen after allegedly killing his Taiwanese employer, who reportedly berated and insulted him.

Police Col. Chito Bersaluna, Bulacan police director, said Ralph John Aron Marcos, alias Arjay, was suspected of stabbing to death Hsuan Hsueh, alias Peter Lee, 68, on Tuesday.


Marcos works for Lee at the IGC Compound Warehouse in Barangay Loma de Gato here.

Accompanied by his parents, the suspect turned himself in to police about 11:30 a..m


Investigators said Marcos claimed that his employer verbally abused him.

The attack was captured by a closed-circuit television inside Lee’s office, police said. Carmela Reyes-Estrope/lzb

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