Massacre At Keong Saik Street Tuesday, 10:15pm (4 part mini series). Investigative report by Paul Haggerty. Five shot dead on Friday 13th In the wee hours of Friday, December 13, 1940, five seemingly unconnected persons were brutally gunned down in a hail of bullets in the back room of a seedy establishment on Keong Saik Street in Chinatown. A group of men were engaged in the vice of opium smoking when the assailants burst into the room and relieved them of their valuables at gunpoint. Instead of leaving, the gunmen then opened fire.Two suspected gunmen found dead by the police. Witnesses claimed to have seen three suspected gunmen fleeing the premises on Friday morning. Strangely enough, police in pursuit of the suspects have discovered two dead bodies. Could the killers have had a falling out over the loot ? Priceless sapphires missing but case already closed The ritualistic killing points to gang involvement in the massacre while a missing cache of sapphires and a dead Japanese amongst the victims have sparked rumours of more sinister motives. However, the police have already closed the case, leaving a host of questions unanswered.Police stumped by lack of motive Could there be more to this case than meets the eye ? Why has the case been closed so quickly ? Is there a greater underlying reason for such vengeance by gunfire ? And lastly....WHERE IS THE MISSING GUNMAN ? Starring Tay Ping Hui, Joanne Peh and Bobby Tonelli.
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