The murderer of Jean Perera Sinnappa died: Who was the man behind the murder of Jean Perera Sinnappa?

Former Professor S. Karthigesu died. Yes, this news is true. We know that you may be confused about who he is. He is the person who was at the center of public and media attention for the murder of Jean Perera Sinnappa, the beauty queen in the late 1970s. The news of the professor’s death is going viral. First, this news was officially shared on Twitter (X) and many people started to re-share this news on their official Twitter (X) account. Netizens are really surprised after reading this passing news. Because of this death news, not many people are interested in knowing about him and people are interested in knowing about the 1970s murder case. So all the information is in the next paragraph of this article.

The murder of Jean Perera Sinnappa

Jean Perera Sinnappa

S. Karthigesu, the former teacher, died at the age of 81. He left behind his wife, his son and his two daughters. He breathed his last at his residence located at Teluk Pulai. His state of health has really worsened in recent days. He was hospitalized in a private hospital for many days and when he was released after a few days he left this world. To know the controversy about him read the following paragraph.

Jean Perera Sinnappa

On April 6, 1979, Karthigesu was arrested in the Jean murder case. He killed her at Batu 11 along the Federal Highway. He killed her between 11:20 p.m. and 11:50 p.m. The trial of this case first took place at the Kuala Lumpur High Court and then moved to Jalan Raja, which is opposite Dataran Merdeka. At the time of the murder, Jean was wearing a yellow blouse and was covered in blood. She was stabbed many times and her dead body was seen lying in front of the passenger seat of the car. Police officers did not find any weapons as evidence. Keep reading the story of this case until the end.

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During the arrest, Kartigesu was found guilty. He was sentenced to hang, but unexpectedly after four days an eyewitness appeared in court and said that the suspect was lying. Because the court immediately responded and accepted the confession. They released Karthigesu on May 20, 1981. Until now, this case is one of the most mysterious cases and maybe it will be a mystery forever. Stay tuned for PKB news.

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