Vic­tim’s fam­ily de­mand death penalty

Midweek Sport - - NEWS -

THE fam­ily of one of Rurik Jut­ting’s vic­tims said he should be put to death as a pun­ish­ment for his HOR­RIFIC crimes.

Jut­ting planned the lengthy de­praved tor­ture of Se­neng Mu­ji­asih to get his sick kicks but took a knife to her throat when she bravely fought back.

The night­club host­ess, who agreed to go home with the for­mer pub­lic school­boy when he promised her a bun­dle of cash, be­came his sec­ond vic­tim, five days af­ter he had killed Su­marti Ningsih, 23.

Her fam­ily say they wish they had stopped her from ever leav­ing home in In­done­sia and now want Jut­ting ex­e­cuted for her death.

Miss Mu­ji­asih’s brother, Suswan­toro, said: “While work­ing in Hong Kong, Se­neng fre­quently con­tacted her fam­ily, es­pe­cially when she was on hol­i­day. Our fam­ily was dev­as­tated over her death as she was the only daugh­ter and the main sup­port to our par­ents.

“Since her death, our mother has suf­fered from di­a­betes and high blood pres­sure which has dam­aged her eye­sight.

“Our father is un­able to work any­more be­cause he needs to take care of his wife and our elderly grand­mother.

“The fam­ily hopes the per­pe­tra­tor will be se­verely pun­ished and if it could, to be ex­e­cuted. The fam­ily is also seek­ing com­pen­sa­tion.”

Suy­itno Ningsih, elder brother of Su­marti, said: “I de­mand the In­done­sian govern­ment to pro­vide schol­ar­ships to Su­marti’s son so he will be able to fin­ish school un­til at least high school.”

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