I mur­dered a girl. I held her cap­tive. I tor­tured her...

HONG KONG KILLER RURIK JUT­TING IN HIS OWN WORDS: I mur­dered a girl. I held her cap­tive. I tor­tured her...

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By COLIN HURST news@sun­daysport.co.uk

SADIS­TIC Bri­tish banker Rurik Jut­ting made a series of sick home videos where he de­scribed in his own words how he had bru­tally raped and slaugh­tered two sex work­ers in his Hong Kong flat.

The 31-year-old was yes­ter­day found guilty of mur­der­ing Ning­shi, 23, and Se­neng Mu­ji­ashih, 29, and and now faces life in prison.

Unusu­ally for a mur­der trial, the bulk of the pros­e­cu­tion ev­i­dence against the Cam­bridge grad­u­ate came from the man him­self. In the grip of a rag­ing co­caine habit, Jut­ting made hours of home movies show­ing his tor­ture of first vic­tim Su­marti Ningsih, 23, and then mono­logues where he spilled his in­ner-most thoughts.

Of­ten ram­bling in­co­her­ently, the videos were punc­tu­ated by pe­ri­ods where the for­mer Bank of Amer­ica em­ployee talked straight into his iPhone .

The jury had to sit through more than four hours of footage as Jut­ting talked about the vile tor­ture and killing of Miss Ningsih, known as ‘Alice’, be­fore plot­ting to do it again.

Be­tween the first and sec­ond killing, Jut­ting said: “My name is Rurik Jut­ting. About five min­utes ago I just killed, mur­dered, this wo­man here.

“I held her cap­tive. I raped her re­peat­edly. I tor­tured her badly. Je­sus Christ.

“I am not re­ally sober, I have had a lot of co­caine. But I did rape and tor­tured this girl when I was stone cold sober.

“These are not the ac­tions of a sane per­son. These are the ac­tions of some­one who re­ally should not be in so­ci­ety.

“She was lovely. She was the bravest per­son, bravest I ever met. Her will to live…she was amaz­ing. She had a child, she was a mother, she was here sup­port­ing her fam­ily, do­ing a hard and dan­ger­ous job in Hong Kong.”


He con­tin­ued: “I’ve never seen any­one that scared. She would vol­un­tar­ily eat fae­ces out of the toi­let and then smile and thank me af­ter­wards. That’s how scared she was. She would just do any­thing.”

“Sit­ting like this makes me re­alise, I am white, well-ed­u­cated, I have a good job. She is a pros­ti­tute but she is frankly 20, 50, 100 times the per­son I am.

“She has given more to the world than I have, with a fam­ily and if she had what I had in my life…She was a good per­son. She would have made a good wife.

“Maybe be­cause I’m high but sit­ting here talk­ing to a cam­era is sort of emo­tion­ally sat­is­fy­ing.

“Maybe if I had more like this, I would not have ended up with a dead wo­man in my f**king shower.

“I am not try­ing to sound like a good per­son. I am not a good per­son. I am a f**king evil psy­chopath.

“Ini­tially I felt a bit dis­gusted but now I just feel… that the tor­ture was an in­ter­est­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

“Oh dear. I’m start­ing to feel turned on. A few hours af­ter I killed some­one, I’m start­ing to feel horny.

“What is the av­er­age time be­tween killing some­one and hav­ing a wank?”

And in an­other twisted video Jut­ting ad­mits to killing two women who ‘clung to life’.

He said: “I haven’t met a lot of In­done­sians but they are the bravest, they cling most to life. I have killed two. The first one I tor­tured. There’ll be no re­demp­tion for me but they are danc­ing with an­gels.”

Jut­ting, of Chert­sey, Sur­rey, will be sen­tenced later.

VIC­TIMS: Su­marti Ningsih ( above) and Se­neng Mu­ji­asih

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