Half a dozen men convicted of kidnapping have been handed prison terms ranging from 10 to 18 years by a B.C. Supreme Court.
In February 2006, Peter Li, his wife Jennifer Pan and their friend Xiao Chang were kidnapped and tortured in a Richmond, B.C., home for 25 days before being ransomed for $1.3-million.
Prosecutors were asking for up to a life sentence.
Instead, Justice Barry Davies saved the harshest sentence of 18 years for Albert Tse, one of the men considered a leader of the group.
The victim, Peter Li, wasn't in the courtroom to hear the sentence because he's serving a 13-year prison term for drug trafficking.
The money has never been recovered.Report Typo/Error