Wife, son suffered depraved abuse before crossbow killing at library
Sam Pazzano ,Toronto Sun
First posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 07:15 PM EDT | Updated: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 09:26 PM EDT
Si “William” Cheng was killed by his son with a crossbow inside a branch of the Toronto Public Library in December 2010. (Toronto Sun files)
TORONTO – Zhou “Peter” Fang and his mother Nora Fang suffered graphic abuse and degradation that is too obscene and depraved for any Hollywood script.
“William” Si Cheng tormented his son “Peter” Fang since he was a crying one-month-old baby until the 24-year-old killed him in a crowded Toronto public library in December 2010.
Police have put out a Canada-wide warrant for a man wanted in a vicious kidnapping for ransom earlier this month.
The victim, a man in his late 20s, was beaten and tortured for a number of hours while a $500,000 ransom was demanded, police said. The plot was foiled in a dramatic takedown the next day.
The central character in a bizarre plot to kidnap, torture and kill a man he believed had set fire to his family’s northeast Calgary tattoo business last June has been sent to prison.
Luciano Carlo Ferrazzano, 39, was sentenced on Thursday to seven years in jail, which includes credit for his guilty plea and time already served for conspiracy to kidnap and loan sharking.