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10 Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China (3)

Posted by Author on January 10, 2010

Epoch Times Staff, updated: Jan 7, 2010 – (cont’d)

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On May 17, 2009, a blogger called Tufu accompanied Deng Yujiao's parents and visited Deng in hospital. (Web image)

Story of rape case waitress Deng Yujiao

Deng Yujiao, a waitress in Badong County of Hubei Province, stabbed a local official to death after he attempted to rape her. This case drew an enormous amount of attention from netizens and the wider public, and became something of a lightning rod for citizens to voice their grievances with the authorities.

Commentators say that Internet-based activism in the Deng Yujiao case is the only thing to have kept her from being imprisoned. Deng’s case became emblematic of the struggle of ordinary people against abusive officials. (to be cont’d)

Original report from The Epochtimes

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