Changsha executes 15 people in one day
December 29th morning, the city Changsha city held a sentencing of punishment for severe crimes in accordance with death sentence orders issued by the Supreme People’s Court, announcing the implementation of the death penalty against a group of criminals convicted bombing, homicide, and robbery including Liu Zhuiheng of the Changsha city Tax Bureau Dongtundu branch bombing case. The above criminals were executed after the sentencing. Photo is of Changsha Tax Bureau building bomb maker Liu Zhuiheng receiving his verdict.
The Hunan University North Campus Gym was filled to capacity by professionals from all walks of life there to hear the sentences. As the start of the sentencing, the 15 accused were brought into the Hunan University North Campus Gym in succession by judicial police. Some of the accused look around for family members, some kept their heads down, while still others wore wooden expressions looking into the distance.
As it is understood, those being sentenced to death this time are criminals who have seriously endangered social order. On the afternoon of 2010 July 30th, at the Dongtundu branch, bombing criminal Liu Zhuiheng placed an explosive device in front of the tax bureau’s meeting room and then detonated it, resulting in 4 deaths, 5 with serious injuries, 12 with light injuries, and around 1.03 million yuan in property losses. Photo is of the criminals receiving their sentences.
In addition, murderers Qu Xuelin, Zou Feiyue, Cheng Wang, Chen Cheng, Cao Xiaosheng, Zhou Jie, Shen Xiaobin, murderer-robber Li Xiang, bomber Huang Youse, robber Lei Guanlan, Liu Hanquan, Yan Lei, Liu Jia, Xie Luming were also executed as well. Photo is of the criminals receiving their sentences.
Photo is of Changsha Tax Bureau bomb maker Liu Zhuiheng being escorted to his execution.
Photo is of being escorted to the execution grounds following the sentencing.
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Not a single corrupt official amongst the condemned, even though there are corrupt officials everywhere and just 200,000 RMB [embezzled] qualifies for the death penalty.
All members of society’s lowest level, and that’s why the trial is public. Even those on their deathbed must be humiliated by these bullshit officials. How come there isn’t a single corrupt official? It’s these bullshit officials who are the criminals that seriously endanger public security.
How come there aren’t any corrupt officials???????????????????
A corrupt official who embezzles 100 million gets a suspended death sentence, then spends money on connections, then gets medical parole, then the matter becomes unresolved/unknown, and ultimately he lives a happy and free life.
Upon seeing that banner, “Safeguarding the people’s lives and property in accordance with the law”, I laughed.
The 6th photo, one final cigarette. There are no “good guys” or “bad guys” here, it’s just that you guys infringed upon their interests, and you are also the weak.
Thinking the same thing as everyone else: with there being corrupt officials everywhere, how come there isn’t a single one [amongst those here]???
50+ year old Liu isn’t rich, but he had saved up some money, preparing to open a small shop in Changsha, to live out the rest of his days. After many inquiries, he finally found a small shop for sale by the owner, and with only some thought, and with everything seeming to be normal, he bought it.
But not long after the purchase came the tax bureau saying he owed several years’ worth of taxes, demanding that he pay the entire sum at once in one payment, or else they would shut him down.
“But why? I just bought this shop and haven’t even been in business for very long! How could I already owe several years’ worth of taxes?”
The tax bureau says, “this shop already owed several years of taxes that have remained unpaid, and since you purchased it, you now are liable for it, otherwise we shut you down.”
“But if the previous owner really didn’t pay several years’ worth of taxes, how come you didn’t go shut him down? What were you guys doing before? Moreover, it isn’t that I won’t pay my taxes. From the moment I started my business to now, I won’t short you a single penny in any taxes I owe!”
Though saying this was a little but irrational, it was also quite right!
“According to common sense, whoever owes you money is of course whoever you should go find!”
But the tax bureau doesn’t care so much, and quickly shut down his business.
The ever-honest Liu panicked, “what to do, this is a shop purchased with my own blood and sweat money!!!”
Without a choice, he went to the tax bureau to try to reason and persuade.
But, you can imagine what happened…
Later, beside himself with rage, Liu said, “If you keep forcing me like this, I’ll blow up your tax bureau! I have nothing left to lose anyway!”
Thinking they would take him seriously after saying this, he instead got laughter…
2010 July 30th, on the day that the tax bureau holds a their Friday meetings Liu entered the tax bureau with a package and detonated the anger in his heart…
August 1st or 2nd, a friend went to the tax bureau to report his taxes and buy receipts. Unexpectedly, he discovered two extra welcome staff at the door, much more staff at work, and their customer service was abnormally good. He didn’t understand why. It was only later after he learned about the 7.30 bombing incident that it all suddenly made sense.
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