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Post time 2010-5-23 10:52:20 |Display all floors
The authorities' prompt action to compensate the wrongly jailed man Mr Zhai, should not be praised as the good judicary system example. To praise a quick and correct action to the authorities is just like praising a junior new comer in a company for doing something right. Is Chinese authorities like junior clerk so lack of confidence? Of course not. So it doesn't need to praise them this way.

Another case from another Mr Zhao:The close-door trial of inciting social disosrder case--


Man stands trial for inciting disorder

A man who organized a support group for parents of children sickened in one of China's worst food safety scandals pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges of inciting social disorder, his lawyer said.

Zhao Lianhai was behind a push for greater accountability and compensation for the victims and their families of the 2008 melamine scandal in which more than 300,000 children were sickened by milk powder tainted by the industrial chemical. At least six children died.

After the six-hour trial in a local court in Beijing, lawyer Li Fangping said he expected a verdict within two weeks.
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from Chinadaily
.cn/cndy/2010-03/31/content_9665104.  htm


note that it's not an open trial. His wife was not allowed.

such a "inciting social disorder" case trial was not open to the public, not even his wife allowed to watch. Any secret behind that?

The reason is simple--let him or this infamous milk scandel dim from public eyes. But will it not provoke more grievance?

Should we use this case to comment it as a good or bad example of judiciary system?
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Post time 2010-5-23 23:36:20 |Display all floors
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