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Will Public Outcry Spare Jia Jinglong From Controversial Death Sentence?

Legal analysts and experts in China say that the fate of a 30-year-old Chinese man, sentenced to death for his murder of a village chief in a forced demolition dispute, is still up in the air. This despite a growing public outcry to stay his execution.   Jia Jinglong from Hebei province of northern China was convicted of murder after he resorted to violence and shot his village chief to death with a modified nail gun in early 2015.  This was two years after his house was...

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