The Perfect Murder- The Trial of Sunny Ang
Bankrupt and desperate for money, a brilliant psychopath planned the perfect crime. Sunny Ang selected his victim with care. Jenny was a young divorced bar girl with little schooling, flattered that an educated, charming man should notice her. He seduced her and promised marriage. He also insured Jenny's life for a million dollars; the sum would go to his mother if she died an accidental death. Then he plotted murder: first, an unsuccessful car accident, and then the fatal scuba diving trip off the dangerous waters of Sisters' Islands. Jenny went down and never came up. Only a cut flipper was found. Without a body, the Prosecution had no medical evidence and no witnesses to claim unnatural death. How did the law finally catch up with Sunny Ang?