China: Shanghai Police Assault Incident

For Chinese legal development posted in about the recent Shanghai police assault incident (6 policemen were killed by Yeung Jia). Yeung were abused by the polices last October and decided to take revenge after reading about the Akiba Massacre in Japan.

1 comment

  • DHH

    Could we have a translation of his post? Two sentences here doesn’t say much about what Chinese Legal says about the incident.

    While the incident at Akihabara can be interpreted as one man’s lashing out at his society’s rigid norms, I think there could have been a misinterpretation by Yeung in his revengeful action against the police.

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