Supreme Court Rejects Wu Ying Death Sentence
(Beijing) – The Supreme People's Court overturned Wu Ying's death sentence, adding another twist to the hotly debated issue linked to thinly regulated private lending businesses.
In an online statement on April 20, the Supreme Court overturned Wu's death sentence and required the Zhejiang Higher People's Court to review the case. It stated that Wu had been cooperative in confessing her crimes, including bribing officials.
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