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CHINA-CORRUPTION/WHISTLEBLOWERS
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August 04, 2013
Li Jianhuang (L) feeds his brother, blogger and online whistleblower Li Jianxin, who is waiting for a...
Huizhou, China
Li Jianhuang feeds his brother, blogger and online whistleblower Li Jianxin, who is waiting for a fourth...
Li Jianhuang (L) feeds his brother, blogger and online whistleblower Li Jianxin, who is waiting for a fourth operation at a hospital in the southern Chinese city of Huizhou, Guangdong province July 23, 2013. Two unidentified men stabbed Li Jianxin in the face and splashed acid on his back on July 8. Li Jianxin, now blind in his right eye, began posting accusations of official misconduct, illegal land grabs and nepotism in Huizhou just over a year ago. Li Jianxin does not know who attacked him last month and police have not made any arrests. The postings contain few documents to support his accusations and none of Li Jianxin's dozens of exposes have led to investigations. Much of his information comes from informants, Li Jianxin said, adding he had never been sued for slander. Huizhou officials did not respond to repeated requests for comment. Picture taken July 23, 2013. To match CHINA-CORRUPTION/WHISTLEBLOWERS REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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