BEIJING: Police in China say a man has shot dead five people and also killed a sixth, including some of his colleagues, in a rare case of gun violence in the country.
The Shanghai Public Security Bureau said Sunday that a 62-year-old surnamed Fan beat a colleague to death using tools over an economic dispute Saturday afternoon at a chemical factory in Shanghai's Baoshan district.
The bureau says on its microblog that Fan then took a hunting rifle that was hidden in his dormitory and killed a driver who he asked to take him to another district and a soldier who was guarding the entrance to a barracks.
He then returned to the factory and fatally shot three more people including a manager. Police say they captured him there.
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Rare is the news of such hazardous violence coming out of China and when it does leak out the world is flummoxed to the hilt. Does this really occur in the land of Tai Chi Chuan and extreme marshal arts. Bruce Lee would turn in his grave if he only knew,
the chinese are trying to copy the usa in every way possible! earlier it was only patented commercial items.
Surprising how Chinese Dragon allowed the news to leak !!
Morgan （澳大利亚）回复 drparasjain
And you are incredibly naive to think that the Chinese are A) capable of censoring all this news with the level of internet penetration in the country which is greater than India's and B) the Chinese government cares about this, look at it this way, if anything, the PRC wants this news to get out becuase it shows that they acted swiftly to capture the criminal and contain the situation, great propaganda for the Chinese.
drparasjain 回复 Morgan
Naive I am , but I do feel Chinese are caoable of muzzling and gagging potential dissent by whatever means.
Morgan 回复 drparasjain
If the Chinese government were to direct a huge amount of resource, way beyond what any potential benefit may be worth, to muzzling this sort of news, they may be able to do it; but mostly the actions of the PRC are rationally driven, and if you were to do a cost benefit analysis of muzzling this news, there would not be any rational purpose for doing so. Dissent, they often muzzle, but only if it's worth their while doing so, if it is easier/cheaper/better that they acknowledge the protest, they will simply make the necessary changes.
TheVenusProject Truth (印度) 回复 drparasjain
You might not be Naive, but you sure are a moron. FYI, this news is all over the Chinese media (in English version too). Typical fog living in a well you are.
drparasjain 回复TheVenusProject Truth
You told me naive , now you tell me I am fog ( perhaps wanted to say frog ), I accept I am . But Chinese are artistic and arty liars . The news leak is deliberate to show that China also is facing the onslught of liberal winds. My personal suspicion is it has to do something with the power struggle going on in China.