Liu Zhonglin: I heard no tears, no tears, no house to build a house.

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 Liu Zhonglin: I heard no tears, no tears, no house to build a house.


Liu Zhonglin got the retrial decision that he was acquitted. The surging news reporter sung Chiang Kai Shek On the morning of April 20th, the Jilin Provincial Higher Peoples court pronounced Liu Zhonglin guilty of intentional homicide and commuted Liu Zhonglins innocence. 28 years after the crime of intentional homicide, Liu Zhonglin was able to achieve justice. The case in October 28, 1990, Liu Zhonglin was identified as a murder suspect, in 1994 was sentenced to death in 1994, in 1995 was approved by the Jilin High Court of death. According to media investigation, the case was only decided by confession, and material evidence was scarce. Liu Zhonglin was released from prison with injuries and claimed to have been extorting confessions by torture. The retrial of the Jilin high court showed that the original trial confirmed that Liu Zhonglin killed the victim Zheng, the fact was not clear, the evidence was insufficient, the crime of the original public prosecution office could not be established, and the criminal ruling of the Jilin advanced peoples Court (1995) was revoked and the Liaoyuan intermediate peoples Court (1994) was eighteenth good. The criminal judgment declared Liu Zhonglin innocence. Liu Zhonglin said that he had been extorting confessions by torture during the investigation. The verdict showed that although Liu Zhonglin and his defenders provided Liu Zhonglin finger lesions and right foot thumb amputations, the present evidence did not prove the specific time and cause of the illness, and there was no evidence that the public security organs had a torture. After sentencing, Liu Zhonglin walked out of the court with a hand judgment. With tears in his eyes, he opened his right hand and waved on his head. He thanked his brother-in-law for helping him to appeal and to thank the lawyer. Dialogue with Liu Zhonglin Surging news: what was the situation in the court just now? Liu Zhonglin: they sentenced me to be innocent, and I cried all the time. It took me more than 20 years to get rid of it in 1990. Its excitement. Surging news: How did you feel in so many years of waiting? Liu Zhonglin: bitterness. Its too bitter. Surging news: what is the plan after hearing the verdict? What do you want to do most? Liu Zhonglin: what I want to do is to cover my house first. Surging news: do you want to go home? Liu Zhonglin: go home? I have no home. Surging news: dont want to be a family? Liu Zhonglin: I didnt think. I dont dare to think now. After I was arrested, the house was gone, and the land was gone. Now I have to live. I have to solve these problems first. Surging news: what kind of work are you doing now? Liu Zhonglin: as a bus security officer in Hebei, he works 16 hours a day, gets up at 4 in the morning and goes to 11 oclock in the evening. A months income is more than 3000 yuan. I used to work in Shenzhen too, because someone was found out on a case and was expelled. Surging news: do you have to go back to work in Hebei? Or is there any other plan? ? Surging news: what do you plan to do next? Liu Zhonglin: apply for state compensation. I dont understand this. I have to ask more lawyers. Back home, tell the villagers about the verdict. Surging news: judgment does not recognize torture, what do you think? Liu Zhonglin: after that, I will continue to pursue it, but I still have to listen to the lawyers advice. I dont understand this aspect. Theres still a lot to do with the rest. I am particularly grateful to my brother-in-law for not being able to stand down. He has never given up his appeal. The source of this article: surging news editor: Shao Xiaobo _NN2479 Surging news: judgment does not recognize torture, what do you think? Liu Zhonglin: after that, I will continue to pursue it, but I still have to listen to the lawyers advice. I dont understand this aspect. Theres still a lot to do with the rest. I am particularly grateful to my brother-in-law for not being able to stand down. He has never given up his appeal.