Murder-accused Hong Kong professor’s mental responsibility impaired by depression, forensic psychiatrist tells court


A University of Hong Kong professor accused of murdering his wife showed prominent symptoms of depression that impaired his mental responsibility for the killing two years ago, a government psychiatrist testified on Friday.Dr Bonnie Siu Wei-man, a forensic psychiatrist consulted by the prosecution, revealed that Cheung Kie-chung, 56, had reported that he stopped enjoying work since 2015, found life boring from 2017 and that “nothing could make him happy” around 2018.Hong Kong professor, wife…



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