China Sentences Drunk Driver To Death

July 25, 2009

China (ChattahBox) – A man who killed four people while driving drunk has been sentenced to death in Southwestern China.

Sun Weiming reportedly begged for another chance during his hearing, and has said that he will appeal the death sentence. However, China is well known for conducting the highest number of executions in the world, and it is unlikely his appeal will be heard.

Weiming was speeding drunk down Sichuan last year, when he hit four different cars. Four people were killed, and one very seriously injured.



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  3. Carz on July 25th, 2009 5:12 pm

    Isn’t this a bit ironic? And kind of hypocritical? China is one of the few countries that are unreasonably censoring people from learning stuff about them and yet they still appear, like in this case, as justice-driven and impartial as stable countries appear to be.

  4. frank on July 25th, 2009 9:25 pm

    i think we should do that here in florida i bet you any thing drunk driving will drop quick fast..

  5. Old Man Dotes on July 26th, 2009 4:51 pm

    I usually find the Chinese “justice” system to be ironicly named, but for once, they’re doing something better than the Western nations do.

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