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Allen Vincent Hui Kim Seng [Certified Evil]
« on: July 18, 2019, 04:24:04 PM »
Man admits going on Dark Web to hire hitmen to murder ex-lover's boyfriend
On July 17, Allen Vincent Hui Kim Seng pleaded guilty in court to one count of intentionally abetting "Camorra Hitmen" to kill his former lover's boyfriend.
Shaffiq Alkhatib | Jul 17, 2019

SINGAPORE - Consumed by jealousy, a risk management executive went on the Dark Web to hire hitmen to murder his former lover's boyfriend in a staged car accident.

But the executive was arrested after a journalist in the United States tipped off Singapore authorities about the planned hit.

The court heard that the Dark Web contains websites that are not indexed by search engines such as Google. It is accessible only by special software where users and website operators can remain anonymous as well as untraceable.

On Wednesday (July 17), Allen Vincent Hui Kim Seng, 47, pleaded guilty in court to one count of intentionally abetting "Camorra Hitmen" to kill the 30-year-old man.

Hui was a married man when he started an extramarital relationship with one of his colleagues on April 22, 2016.

They continued with the affair even after he left their firm in November that year. Details about the company were not revealed in court documents.

His girlfriend, who was also 30 at the time, ended the relationship in February last year after realising that he had no intention of leaving his wife.

However, the pair remained on talking terms and he continued to pursue his former girlfriend even though she repeatedly rebuffed his efforts.

He also continued buying her gifts. He even made her a beneficiary of his Central Provident Fund account and life insurance policy.

The woman met her new boyfriend while working at another firm and they started dating on April 27 last year.

When Hui found out that she was moving on, he became jealous and stalked her to find out more about the man.

On May 6 last year, he went to the Camorra Hitmen website and asked them to cut off the man's right hand.

The court heard that Hui later amended the order and asked for the man "to be rendered unable to use his right hand for life" instead.

Hui was told that he would need to pay the hitman only after the job was completed.

But before that, he had to transfer sufficient bitcoins into his account on the Camorra Hitmen website as proof of his ability to pay.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Grace Chua told District Judge Shaiffudin Saruwan: "In accordance with Camorra Hitmen's instructions, the accused purchased 0.03 bitcoin valued at $600 on a bitcoin trading website and transferred the bitcoins into his Camorra Hitmen account to facilitate the hit."

Three days later, Hui waited near his former girlfriend's flat and spotted the man taking her home in a car. After noting down the vehicle's number plate, he tailed the man to Hougang in his own car, the court heard.

Hui then contacted Camorra Hitmen and asked them to pour acid on the man's face. He also transferred about $3,000 worth of bitcoins to his Camorra Hitmen account.

However, Camorra Hitmen later told him that they were against the use of acid as it made avoiding detection more difficult.

They suggested that the man be killed instead in a staged car accident or robbery. The court heard that on May 10 last year, they told him that the price of a kill job was an additional US$5,000 (S$6,800).