Singaporean woman killed in Spain: Judge orders extraction of data from suspect’s phone

Singaporean woman killed in Spain: Judge orders extraction of data from suspect's phone

According to a report released by Spanish news outlet La Verdad on Thursday ( May 16 ), the judge said that the most recent order was pertinent given the breadth of evidence that Ong is the perpetrator of the crime.

However, the data collected from Ong’s phone may be limited to data that might be pertinent to the crime. &nbsp,

Additionally, the judge requested that hard drives owned by both the suspect and the prey be cloned. &nbsp,

The collected information will be passed to researchers to create a statement. &nbsp, A receiving has been scheduled for next week.

In explaining the decision, the judge reportedly said that the judge is not dealing with simple conviction, but with obvious information and objective evidence of the criminal’s involvement.

For information includes security camera footage, and information provided by communications operators.

Prior to this report, it was reported that Ong’s vehicles had been spotted on closed-circuit tv near the location where Ms Fang’s body had been discovered.

La Verdad also reported that the&nbsp, soles of the €935 ( US$ 1, 000 ) &nbsp, limited edition Nike sneakers that were in Ong’s hotel room&nbsp, matched footprints found at the crime scene.