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Chinese doctor on Indian's killing: Sorry for what happened

world Updated: May 02, 2010 01:48 IST

The Chinese doctor who killed Indian-American Yale doctor Vajinder Toor has told the police that he is "sorry" for what has happended and feels that "I may kill myself".

In his statement to the Branford police department, Lishan Wang admitted being outside Toor's home on April 26 and that he "did have a conversation with the victim".

He "also made a reference to having a gun in a bag" and pinpointed where Toor, 34, was at the time he was shot.

"Wang also confirmed that he was sorry for what happened at the condo," Detective Daniel Travisano wrote in a supplemental report released by the Branford police.

Wang informed the police that he was unemployed and that his last employer was Morehouse School of Medicine, where he did research.

Two years ago he was working as a "physician in training" at the Kingsbrook Jewish Medicine Centre in Brooklyn, where he was training with another physician "who he knew as Vanjinder".