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Police chief's rape probe

DISCIPLINARY officials in a northwest China city are investigating allegations by three policemen that the city's new police chief raped an underage girl.

A special group has been set up to investigate 11 accusations against vice director Wang Guangbing of Hanzhong city's Public Security Bureau in Shaanxi Province, yesterday's Beijing Times reported, citing disciplinary official Deng Xiaohu. Deng promised a fair investigation and that results would be publicized.

The case aroused public controversy after the three officers posted the accusations online last Friday using their real names and ranks as well as personal information of others involved to show their confidence in the truth of the matter.

The accusations concerned the period between November 2003 and August 2009, before Wang was promoted from director of Hanzhong police's Hantai branch.

One of the officers is Liu Jiquan, disciplinary supervising leader of the Hantai police.

He said he started lodging the complaints last August and later joined the other two who were also collecting evidence against Wang.

Wang told the Wuhan-based Chutian Metropolis Daily that he had been wronged and was angry the three officers had put the complaints online and violated the privacy of the underage girl involved in the alleged rape.


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