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This post was edited by DSseeing at 2012-2-9 17:10

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzUwNDM2Njgw.htmlPlayback of the incident:

A three-year college student, Yao Jiaxin, knocked down a woman, Zhang Miao, nine month ago while he was driving back home at night. He stabbed Zhang Miao to death with a fruit knife after he found that Zhang Miao tried to read his car number plate.

Yao Jiaxin, who accompanied by his parents, was surrender to the Police three days after the crime. He was sentenced to death penalty in May 2011. Yao Jiaxin was executed after the Supreme Court had reviewed the decision in June 7,2011.

During the final stage of the trial, to save his son's life, Yao's father Yao Qingwei, went to the victim's home and gave them 200,000 yuan for compensation in hope that his son won't be executed. But soon the victim Zhang Miao's father Zhang Pingxuan returned the money and they wanted Yao Jiaxin dead.

As we all thought Yao Jiaxin's case has drawn a conclusion, yesterday it broke out that a little brawl happened at the door of Yao Qingwei's home.

In the morning on Feb 7, the former attorney of victim family sent a weibo message and said that the victim family wanted to 20,000 yuan back, and they would go to Yao Qingwei's home to claim it the next day morning. So it happened yesterday morning.

They were later taken to the police office for investigation.

Well, should Yao Jiaxin's father give the money back?
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Post time 2012-2-9 16:42:38 |Display all floors
They made a U-turn on the compensation. It disgusted me, what's their principle?
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DSseeing Post time: 2012-2-9 16:42
They made a U-turn on the compensation. It disgusted me, what's their principle?

You should correct your article because the amound is not 20,000 but 200,000. Aas for the morals in all this story it makes no difference, but it should be said!

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None whatsoever!

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Post time 2012-2-9 17:07:26 |Display all floors
Is china legal system really this arbitrary?

"During the final stage of the trial, to save his son's life, Yao's father Yao Qingwei, went to the victim's home and gave them 20,000 yuan for compensation in hope that his son won't be executed. But soon the victim Zhang Miao's father Zhang Pingxuan returned the money and they wanted Yao Jiaxin dead. "

Does the victim or the family of the victims actually have any say on the verdict?

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pantarhei Post time: 2012-2-9 17:07
Is china legal system really this arbitrary?

"During the final stage of the trial, to save his son' ...

Don't know the details of the trial. But the family of the victims wanted him dead, an eye for an eye
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