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    China Executions

    China's highest court, the Supreme People's Court (SPC), announced Sunday that four criminals convicted in four drug-related cases had been executed after it approved the death sentences.

    Chen Weidong and Ma Chongyang were convicted of drug trafficking and selling, while the other two, Huang Xianmin and Guan Hui, were convicted of selling drugs, the SPC said in a statement.

    In China, a death penalty is usually imposed by local courts and subject to review and approval by the SPC.

    The statement also said the SPC had taken a number of measures to crack down on drug-related crimes in a comprehensive manner.

    The SPC earlier ordered the higher courts of 16 regions that see the most drug-related crimes in the country to conduct publicity campaigns to promote drug control.

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english201...c_13646194.htm

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    China executes nine drug traffickers

    Beijing, Dec 28 (DPA) Nine people were executed in the eastern Chinese province of Anhui after they were convicted of trafficking drugs, including heroin and methamphetamines, state media said Tuesday.

    The executions were carried out Thursday after approval by the Supreme People's Court, the Anhui Provincial Higher People's Court said in a statement quoted on the website of the official China Court News.

    The nine were among dozens of people convicted in eight major cases of drug production and trafficking in Anhui, the report said.

    Among those executed was Chen Dengkui, 55, who was convicted of leading a gang that produced 56 kg of methamphetamines and sold 27 kg of the drug.

    Han Qingfeng and Li Peishen were also executed after they were convicted of trafficking about 10.5 kg of heroin, the report said.

    Another person who was sentenced to death was not executed because the case remained 'under investigation', it said without elaborating.

    Courts in Anhui handed suspended death sentences to 14 others involved in the eight cases, the report said.

    Suspended death sentences are normally commuted to life in prison after two years, subject to good behaviour.

    China keeps the number of executions a state secret although some prominent cases are reported by state media, and major drugs cases are usually publicized.

    The Dui Hua Foundation, a US-based human rights group, estimated that at least 5,000 people were executed annually in recent years, more than in the rest of the world combined.

    The government claims to have limited the use of capital punishment since introducing a mandatory review of all death sentences by the Supreme People's Court in 2007.

    But China retains the death penalty for dozens of offences, including drug trafficking, serious corruption and other non-violent crimes.

    http://www.sify.com/news/china-execu...2suicjhbe.html

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    Chinese official executed for $4.7M in bribes

    A former China official tasked with investigating corruption has been executed for taking more than $4.7 million in bribes.

    The state-run Xinhua News Agency says Zeng Jinchun was shot to death Thursday. He was the ruling Communist party's top corruption inspector for Chenzhou city in the central province of Hunan.

    The report says Zeng was found guilty of taking the 31 million yuan in bribes in return for handing out mining contracts and job promotions over a decade ending in 2006.

    Corruption in China sometimes gets the death penalty.

    Thursday's execution comes a day after top Communist Party officials in Beijing again promised to crack down on the graft that is a major source of social unrest throughout the country.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...123001487.html

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