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Toll judges fired and suspended

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Southern Metropolis Daily, January 17, 2010

Shi Jianfeng was sentenced to life in prison for evading toll charges 2,361 times when he drove on the Zhengzhou-Yaoshan highway. After internet uproar and a claim by his brother that it was actually him, the Pingdingshan Intermediate People's Court issued a retrial. Today, media such as the Southern Metropolis Daily, points to Lou Yanwei, and Hou Xiaokong, both dismissed from their posts, and vice president of the court Ren Jianjun was suspended.

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Glad to see the Chinese judiciary correcting itself. BTW this is not a rare example of it either, just follow-up to further develope a story seldom happens when it comes to China.

Kudos DW.

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