“The more se­ri­ous a case is, the more trans­par­ent it should be. We must truly re­al­ize the right to know and the right to su­per­vise which the laws con­fer to the pub­lic and the fam­ily of ev­ery vic­tim.”

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“Chang’an Jian” a well-known pub­lic ac­count on Chi­nese so­cial me­dia app Wechat, ques­tion­ing the com­mu­ta­tion of Tian Wen­hua’s life sen­tence to less than 16 years, with­out any pub­lic no­ti­fi­ca­tion. Tian, former pres­i­dent of the Sanlu Group, was con­victed over the 2008 toxic in­fant for­mula scan­dal.

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