Saturday, February 19, 2011

Tan Zhuo ask Is the richness allowed to plunder anywhere?

When the nemesis will be met?
Tan Zhuo, 25, was killed by a speeding Mitsubishi sports car in a downtown Hangzhou crosswalk in May. A forensic report by motor vehicle experts showed the car was traveling between 84 km and 101 km per hour when the accident happened. The driver of the car, 20-year-old college student Hu Bin even joked after cracking the Tan Zhou to death. Hu received a three-year jail sentence in July. Tan's parents got 1.13 million yuan ($164,800) compensation for his death, mental suffering and other fees
The Xihu district court in Hangzhou recently announced that it was indeed Hu Bin who appeared as defendant and was sentenced for running over pedestrian Tan Zhuo while speeding in car. But the victim's father said the announcement was "meaningless" because the court hadn't provided ample evidence to prove the identity of the person. Hu Bin has a powerful family background, and could have got someone to replace him and serve the sentence in exchange for money.

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