How Can the Hunan Traffic Police Officer Be So Weak? РCheng Gong (成功)

From the Southern Weekend, translated by ESWN:

A punch landed straight on the temple of Wang Zhihong. The cap on the head of this traffic police officer flew more than a meter away.

“I was dazed by the blow,” he said. “Who would have thought that government workers would hit police officers!” Prior to this, Wang Zhihong had been a militia police officer for more than ten years. He was just promoted from a first lieutenant to a cadre and he is now with the Hunan province traffic police headquarters, Cili squadron.

The attackers grabbed Wang’s shoulder blades and he was completely exposed. “Thump, thump, thump …” The punches fell upon his chest, stomach and face. Wang Zhihong struggled and yelled, “You must not assault a police officer. Everything here is under video surveillance!” A man wearing a white jacket raced over and determined that there was no video camera. He turned around and yelled, “Never mind. Keep the beating up!” The assault continued for two minutes. During the period, the black Buick stayed quietly on the roadside and the Hunan province Cili county party secretary Liu Hua sat inside.

The assault on the police officer was initiated by a routine inspection. [Full Text]

November 13, 2006 11:18 AM
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