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Reporters face charges for mine coverup

Reporters face charges for mine coverup

10 journalists and nearly 50 officials are facing prosecution after a State Council profound allegedly took bribes to cover up a mine disaster in Hebei province.

34 miners and a rescuer died after the explosion of the Lijiawa mine in Yuxian County on Jul 14th last year, 3 weeks before the start of the Beijing Olympics. According to the allegations, mine bosses relocated the bodies, destroyed evidence, and paid the journalists 2.6 million yuan or 380 thousand dollars to cover up the disaster, Xihua News Agency said.

Realities of the diver can quiet, thanks to large payment and threats, it said. The coverup kept the tragedy from the public eye 85 days; the identities of the 10 journalist have not been made in public. A reporter claimed Guan Jian, a Beijing journalist from China Internet Weekly is among them. Guan was attain in Shanxi province in December, and went on trial in April for taking bribes from officials in Yuxian County in the aftermath of the mining accident. The prosecution said the Yuxian county government pays 250 thousand yuan for two pages advertisements, as well as the subscription fee of 30 thousand yuan to its news paper. After receiving the money, Guan destroyed the tape of the tragedy, the prosecution said.

The central government has also press charged against 48 officials including the mine owners, the county chief, work safety officials and police officers in connection to the coverup. The accident is the latest in the serious journalist scandals in china.

In August, a journalist from china central television was sentenced to 3 years in prison with a 4 years reprieve for accepting a bribe in Shanxi province.

A main Beijing reporter Fuhua was charged after he allegedly accepted the money from whistle blowers with the tape off on airport construction quality, and last year, two journalist and 26 people posing as journalists were involved in a scandal in Shanxi after a worker was killed in a mine accident and bribes were allegedly paid.

A revise code for professional ethics for journalist just released by the All China Journalist Association on Friday

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Post time 2009-12-1 07:37:49 |Display all floors
excellent. but there is a little slip of the pen. it should be "Guan was attained in Shanxi province in December"

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Post time 2009-12-1 11:36:28 |Display all floors
Reporters face charges for mine coverup
Ten journalist and nearly15 officail are facing prosection after state council found negly bribe to coverup mine disaster in heibei province.34miners and rest die at this explosion of lijiaoma liuxiang coutry of july 14, three weeks before Beijing Olympic games. According to the alligation,mine bosses relocated the body distroy the evidence pay the janureist 2.6million yuan 0r 308,000drollers to coverup the mine disaster, xinhua news said.......require lots payment ...it said. it  coverup the tragedy from public eyes for 85days.Yet the evidently of ten journalist have ...public the report claim Wangjiang,a Beiling journalist from Chine international week is among them. Guang attend shangxi provincein of dencember,and when trival on airport for taking bribe offical of liuxiang country at majiaoma of mine acedent.The prosection said liuxiang country goverment pay 200000yuan for purchasing advertisment, and ..the ...fee of 30000yuan to newspaper.after receiveing the money,guang distroy the tragedy evindece, the prosecution said.the ceter goverment also pay chargement for 48 official including mine owner ,the countigy,work..and police official in connect the coverup.the acident later....the scandal in china. In august journalist china sent ten to three years probation of 4years prion for ...bribe in shangxi province ,in may beijing report fuhua with charge its illegibly receive money......airport contraction qulity,and last 2journalist and 20 people post on the jan when the ...scandal in shangxi after workers killed in mine accident and bide negly paid ,....... all china january sociation on friday

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