Japanese warned after attack

by Guest on October 17, 2012

5 arrested in Guangzhou

Guangzhou’s Tianhe district procuratorate has approved the arrest of five people who were allegedly involved in illegal beatings, vandalism and looting during a September protest march against Japan’s “purchase” of China’s Diaoyu Islands.

The suspects, surnamed Song, Qiu, Deng, Ma and Chen, joined the demonstration on the city’s busy Tianhe Road on Sept 16, sources with the district procuratorate said on Tuesday.

When the protest march arrived in the western part of Fengxing Plaza at about 4 pm, the suspects surrounded a parked Japanese-brand car and threw stones at it, the procuratorate said.

The car was overturned and the suspects removed its license plate. There were scenes of chaos and Tianhe Road traffic came to a standstill, officials said.

Police officers on the scene detained the suspects. The prosecutors said the suspects, all men, violated laws and regulations.


source: global times


One Response to “Japanese warned after attack”

  • oj says:

    these attacks are being orchestrated by outside forces. south korean, taiwanese, european, and american corporations all stand to profit off of the Chinese/japanese divide

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