Police, the Press and Barriers to Rule of Law
The saga began with a news story about suspected illegal dealings at a publicly listed company written by Qiu Ziming, a reporter for the Economic Observer News.
Months later, Qiu's name appeared on a "most wanted" list of suspected criminals posted on the Internet by the Suichang County Public Security Bureau in the city of Lishui, Zhejiang Province. He was targeted for arrest.
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