Villager’s execution in China ignites uproar over inequality of justice
The outcry over the execution of the farmer Jia Jinglong, who killed a village chief in retaliation for the demolition of his home, has seen "people across the country publicly assailing inequities in the justice system and asking why high-level officials often escape the death penalty."
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