New York City Man Charged in Teaneck Murder Pleads Not Guilty

Case heads to grand jury.

The Manhattan man in the killing of Teaneck software engineer Robert Cantor pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a host of charges filed in the 2011 shooting death.

Sui Kam “Tony” Tung remained held on $3 million bail, with no ten percent option. He pleaded not guilty to all charges including, murder, arson and stalking, northjersey.com reported.

Tung, 49, was arrested at his Upper East Side apartment earlier this month, more than was found dead in his burning Elm Avenue home. Tung from New York City where he was held after the arrest, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has said.

Prosecutors said Cantor, 59, was having an affair with Tung’s wife, who was going through a divorce. Tung first learned of the relationship in 2010 and began stalking Cantor before the at the Elm Avenue resident’s home, prosecutors said.

The case will now go to a Bergen County grand jury.



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carmen rodriguez May 22, 2012 at 12:33 PM
Not worth taking a life... now you will spend the rest of your life in jail... a living hell I hear... Justice for Mr. Cantor - may he rest in peace now.
JD May 22, 2012 at 07:49 PM
Perfectly stated post directly above...all I can add is ... too bad no death penalty for premeditated murder in NJ.
Leslie May 24, 2012 at 10:40 PM
I hope Mr. Cantor does get justice, but none of us know the evidence they have against Tony. So wishing for him to rot in prison seems more like a witchhunt than a prayer for justice. If that makes any sense....
The Warden October 20, 2012 at 12:39 PM
I just wish i could catch a live feed and watch Tony having all that hot sex all night long, every night long, with whomever wants to penetrate his wontons. Don't image his little egg roll is getting much service these days.


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