Death in Custody Raises Questions About New Anti-Graft Oversight
The death of a man who was detained by a branch of China’s new anti-corruption regulator is raising questions about transparency and oversight at local levels.
Chen Yong, a former government contract worker, had been held by authorities in Fujian province who were seeking information into a corruption investigation.
But when his family arrived last week to visit him, they were taken to a dimly lit funeral parlor, where, in a morgue refrigerator, they found him dead and “with a disfigured face,” Chen’s sister told Caixin.
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