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Hundreds of thousands of enraged citizens crowded the streets in the Zheijian Province of Southern China after a brutal police officer killed a man with a hammer in broad daylight. Reportedly, the man was capturing footage of police brutality against a woman when the police-inspector hit him with a hammer until he started to vomit blood. While he was being transported to the hospital, the activist died.
Appalled by the abhorrent abuse of power, infuriated citizens took to the street. They surrounded the police officers and their van and attacked them with stones and bats. As a result, at least four Chengguan, the most hated police-inspectors in the Communist country, were killed.
Revolution-News relays that people were shouting that the police-inspectors deserved to be killed on the spot for what they did. “Kill them! Kill them!” the crowd shouted.
According to multiple sources, the Chengguan are known for being violent but are rarely investigated for their crimes. In fact, citizens refer to the Chengguan as “violent government thugs”. Thousands are presently employed by the government in at least 656 cities. In 2013, a group of Chengguan beat to death a man and nearly killed his wife for trying to sell watermelon they had grown on their land.
Police troops were eventually deployed to disperse the crowds. However, people continued to protest and demand that the media report what happened. This then caused the police officers to use tear-gas and fire warning shots in the air. Intriguingly, the furious crowd only continued to grow.
Gruesome photos of the horrific event which took place in 2014 follow:
At the end of the day, the officers were found dead, an innocent activist was murdered, plenty of people were injured, and the van was found smashed to pieces.
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