To Flee or Not: Postkilling responses among intimate partner homicide offenders in Hong Kong
Among 112 homicides involving sexual intimates that occurred in Hong Kong between 1989 and 2002, 38% (n = 42) of offenders remained voluntarily at the homicide scene, 21% (n = 24) committed suicide, 20% (n = 22) escaped and denied involvement, 13% (n = 14) disposed or hid the body of their victim, and 9% (n = 10) escaped but later voluntarily surrendered. This study used police investigation reports, coroner's reports, witness statements, and other relevant documents to compare these five types...[Show more]
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