02 Nov '11, 5am

Woman claims Chinese govt officials raped her - Yahoo! via @yahoosg

Authorities in China said they will investigate a woman’s claims that she was raped by two government officials, according to a report. The woman, who worked at the Safety Supervision Bureau, wrote online alleging that the incident took place on the afternoon of 19 October, after she had gone for a drinking session with the local administration of work safety deputy director Zhang Sen and the county’s Disable Persons’ Federation chairman Liu Xiquan. After she became drunk, the two men carried her to a hotel where Li Xiquan allegedly raped her, reported news aggregator site ChinaSmack . Meanwhile, officials said that they will “seriously” investigate the matter and that the two men have since been suspended from their positions. But it is uncertain whether the woman filed a police report on the incident. Surveillance cameras at the hotel showed Zhang Sen carrying the woman ...

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