Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A Relative Discovers 5 People Dead In Their San Francisco Home
On Friday March 23, 2011 a quiet middle class neighborhood at 16 Howth Street in San Francisco and across the street from Lick-Wilmerding High School and San Francisco’s City College was in shock. The woman who discovered five dead bodies just before 8 a.m., was a relative of the victims she had access to the house. The first body a male was discovered just inside the front door and two bodies a male and female were discovered in the garage, two more bodies both females were found in different parts of the house. The victims were shot and cut by some sharp edge weapon according to the medical examiner. Their names have been released, the two men were Hua Shun Lei, 65 and Vincent Lei, 32 and the women were Wan Yi Xu, 62; Chia Huei Chu, 30 and Ying Xue Lei, 37. Ying Xue Lei worked at Quantitative Medical Systems in Emeryville California. The authority’s first assessment of the scene was that it was a possible murder suicide, but upon further investigation that was not the case. They served an arrest warrant on March 25th in San Francisco and San Mateo County. They arrested Binhu Thai Luc, 35 and Brian Luc, 32. Binhu Luc had a relationship with the victims, and has prior gang ties. This was sad and tragic event for the family and friends of the victims. I hope the authorities arrested the right persons, because these cold blooded murders need to be off the streets. I just want to say just watch who you let into your life, because you never know if you’re possibly letting in a killer.