Fam­i­lies to sue tor­ture-kill Brit

Sunday Mirror - - SAIRAKHAN - BY DAN WAR­BUR­TON

A BRI­TISH banker who tor­tured and killed two women in his Hong Kong apart­ment is be­ing sued by his vic­tims’ fam­i­lies.

De­praved Rurik Jut­ting, 32, got life last year for mur­der­ing In­done­sian sex work­ers Su­marti Ningsih, 23, and Se­neng Mu­ji­asih, 26.

Now two claims for com­pen­sa­tion have been lodged against the exMer­rill Lynch em­ployee, who is re­ported to have earned £350,000 a year.

A source said: “The fam­i­lies have suf­fered im­mea­sur­ably since Jut­ting killed their daugh­ters. Now they are go­ing to go after his cash.

“They have made no se­cret of their ha­tred for him – they wanted him ex­e­cuted.”

Jut­ting, of Cob­ham, Sur­rey, has lodged an ap­peal against his con­vic­tion which will be heard later this month.

MUR­DERS Banker Jut­ting

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