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Friday, December 24, 2010

M'sian-born doctor admits killing hooker

A Malaysian-born neurosurgeon in Sydney, Australia, who was accused of murdering two prostitutes, has admitted to the manslaughter of one, who died after after a cocaine and sex binge.
Dr Suresh Surendranath Nair, 42, was charged with murdering Suellen Domingues-Zaupa, but the court accepted his guilty plea to the less serious offence.
Dr Suresh Surendranath Nair, who admitted to the manslaughter of a prostitute, being led out of the court
Dr Suresh Surendranath Nair, who admitted to the manslaughter of a prostitute, being led out of the court
The court also accepted his guilty plea to a charge of supplying cocaine to the other prostitute, Victoria McIntyre, over whom he originally faced a manslaughter charge.
Dr Nair further admitted to supplying a prohibited drug in January, when he broke his bail conditions by being found with cocaine in the company of two naked escorts.
At Dr Nair's committal hearing the magistrate was told of his guilty pleas, and she committed him for sentence on February 4 and refused bail.
McIntyre, 23, died at Dr Nair's flat in February 2009, while Domingues-Zaupa, 22, died nine months later.
Prostitute Carmen Hernandez-Cardona said she went to Dr Nair's ’s flat with Domingues-Zaupa after he requested "two girls".
They undressed and used a rolled-up A$50 (RM155) to snort numerous lines of cocaine supplied by Dr Nair, which she described as "strong... it was close to pure".
She later noticed her colleague shaking uncontrollably but when she told Dr Nair something was wrong he said she just needed to sleep and gave her a sedative.
Suellen Domingues-Zaupa died after a cocaine and sex binge
Suellen Domingues-Zaupa died after a cocaine and sex binge
But the witness said blood and saliva came out of Domingues-Zaupa’s mouth and she turned purple.
Dr Nair, who appeared "relaxed" and continued to snort cocaine, called two men who arrived a short time later.
McIntyre was one of five prostitutes hired by Dr Nair the night she died.

Some gave evidence of Dr Nair putting 'rocks' of cocaine in their vagina and anus, where the drug can be rapidly absorbed.
A forensic expert said McIntyre recorded one of the highest levels of cocaine toxicity he’d seen.
Justice Megan Latham noted Dr Nair’s "long-standing drug addiction" and the need to protect those who provide sexual services for payment.
She referred to testimonials from his peers in neurosurgery, despite his drug, alcohol and mental health problems.
"I can only conclude that he is a gifted practitioner whose skills were so much in demand that suspension was a remedy of last resort." - Agencies

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