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Procuratorate aids family of murder victim
    2018-08-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

PUBLIC prosecutors from Shenzhen helped apply for and delivered relief funds to the family of a murdered migrant worker in Guizhou Province on Aug. 14, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.

The migrant worker, known as Ah Fei, was murdered by his co-worker at a factory in Shenzhen recently, leaving his impoverished family unattended back in his hometown in Guizhou.

The 21-year-old Ah Fei was working at a factory in Shenzhen before he was murdered earlier this year. He was stabbed to death by a co-worker, identified as Qiangzi, who believed that Ah Fei had cursed him, causing him to suffer from debt and sickness.

Feeling resentful, Qiangzi killed Ah Fei with a knife that he had bought after finishing his night shift at the factory.

The young man’s death was a catastrophic blow for his family, which has been living on government support. Ah Fei’s mother went missing when he was still a child. He lived with his father and uncle, who both suffer from intellectual and verbal disabilities, and was raised by his grandmother.

The case was handled by the Shenzhen Municipal Procuratorate, and the prosecutors initiated judiciary aid for Ah Fei’s family.

The prosecutors contacted Ah Fei’s cousin, who helped with the application procedure for the poor family. After receiving the certified application documents, the procuratorate approved a 120,000 yuan (US$17,639) relief fund for Ah Fei’s family.

However, since none of Ah Fei’s family members were able to travel from the remote village to claim the allowance in Shenzhen, the procuratorate decided to dispatch prosecutors to deliver the money to the family in Guizhou.

Late on Aug. 13, the deputy chief procurator, Lin Xiong, led a group of prosecutors to Ah Fei’s hometown by train and verified the family’s situation with the township government the next day. The team later went to the remote village.

A simple meeting was held at the family’s shabby house to announce the Shenzhen Municipal Procuratorate’s decision to give the funds to the family under the witness of representatives from both Shenzhen and local governments.

The prosecutors reconfirmed with the village and township Party committees that they would not disqualify Ah Fei’s family from enjoying the basic living allowance even after receiving the aid. The family expressed their gratitude to the prosecutors for bringing justice to Ah Fei’s killer and applying for the allowance for them.

(Zhang Qian)

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