The Nancy Kissel Case - Part 45
Standard) Accused's father tells of his shock. By Albert
Wong. August 17, 2005.
- (SCMP; no link) Father tells of anxious dash to protect Kissel, children.
By Polly Hui. August 17, 2005.
Kissel Didn't Tell Father of Alleged Assaults, H.K. Court Told. By
Clare Cheung. August 17, 2005.
From the Chinese-language media:
In the trial of the murder of Robert Kissel, Nancy Ann Kissel's half brother
Brooks Keeshin and her father Ira Keeshin appeared as defense witnesses
yesterday after coming over from the United States. The father
testified that he received a telephone call from his daughter that she was
injured after being beaten by Robert whom had left home afterwards. He
spoke to his son and then flew over to Hong Kong to take care of his
daughter and the three grandchildren. Nancy's half-brother testified
that he arrived in Hong Kong on November 8, one day after Robert Kissel's
body was found. On the next day, he went back to the apartment with
Nancy's legal representative and found a baseball bat inside the
closet. The lawyer took the baseball bat back to the office.
Several days later, he found out from the domestic helpers that two black
plastic bags of stuff were found in the children's room and removed by the
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