Shocking Crimes That Have Shaken Singapore Since 1965

The case of Anthony Ler (2001)

Anthony Ler faking sorrow at his wife’s wake. PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER FILE

He showed no remorse after luring a teenager into killing his wife, who had wanted a divorce. He offered the killer $100,000 and coached him on how to stab Madam Leong in the neck.

Orchard Towers murders (2002)

British businessman Michael McCrea sitting in a police van leaving the Subordinate Courts. He killed his driver and a Chinese national, and was sentenced to a total of 24 years in jail. PHOTO: ZAOBAO FILE

Michael McCrea tried to escape justice by fleeing Singapore but finally paid the price for killing a woman and his driver – a man he called his brother.

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