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Official says girl's medical report faked

ONE of two schoolgirls who had been detained for prostitution faked a medical report claiming she was a virgin, a senior provincial official said.

Local media had also been involved in faking the report for the elder girl, the Yunnan vice publicity minister Wu Hao told today's Oriental Morning Post.

The government is still investigating the case and will publish its findings in two days, he said.

The girls plan to go to Beijing to have another examination to prove they are virgins, their father said. The girls said they were willing to publish their real names and photographs to prove their innocence.

Sisters Liu Fangfang, 15, and Liu Lingling, 13, (not their real names) were caught outside their home in Kunming City on March 16. Arresting police believed they were prostitutes, according to earlier reports. Liu's parents and their father's two friends who were at the scene were also taken to the police station.

But all were released the next day after police said the Lius had not been caught in the act.

The Lius denied the prostitution claims and showed tests results from the Kunming Forensic Hospital that concluded both sisters were virgins.

But Wu said the elder sister's was fake and belonged to another girl.

The parents took the sisters for examinations to see if they were virgins on March 19 and June 1, Wu said. The reports shown to the media were conducted on June 1.

But doctor Chen Yuhua who carried out the tests told investigators one of the girls checked on June 1 was different from the girl in the March 19 examination, when the elder sister was found not to be a virgin.

Wu said police had found a man surnamed Wang who confirmed that one of the sisters had lured him into the house for sex on March 16.

Wu said the investigation is continuing into claims that the Lius were beaten up by police in detention.

He said investigators are still checking whether two broken ribs reported by one of their father's detained friends, Pu Enfu, had been caused by the police.

Six officers had been suspended for investigation after the media reports of the arrest, police said last week.


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