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Shanxi prosecutor moved to new position

A CHIEF prosecutor in Shanxi Province who was involved in arresting a Beijing TV reporter in the capital last year has been transferred to another post within the prosecutorate.

He Shusheng, the former chief prosecutor of Xinghualing office, was made head of Yingze office of Taiyuan City, capital of the province, according to the Oriental Morning Post today.

The Taiyuan City People's Prosecutorate did not give a reason for the transfer.

He was called a "most bullish procurator" by Netizens after the China Central Television reporter, Li Min, was taken from her home in Beijing on December 4. Li Min was looking into allegations that Xinghualing prosecutors abused their power while investigating a businessman.

Li was romantically linked to the businessman's brother, from whom she is alleged to have taken bribes. There has been no further information on the case.

He Shusheng said Li had received 200,000 yuan (US$29,100) from Wu's brother and that prosecutors were legally entitled to investigate Li.


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