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Probe launched into knife attack in Jiangsu Province
    2018-08-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE People’s Procuratorate of Kunshan has launched an investigation into a knife attack triggered by road rage in Kunshan, East China’s Jiangsu Province, on Monday.

The attack left one person dead and another injured and generated heated discussion among both the general public and lawyers, Beijing News reported.

As per a surveillance video, at 9:37 p.m. Monday, the traffic light was red for vehicles going straight at the crossroad of Zhenchuan Road and Shunfan Road. A black BMW sedan abruptly turned right, attempting to enter the nonmotorized vehicle lane and appeared to collide with a bike.

A man, surname Liu, stepped out of the car and pushed over and kicked the bike rider, surname Yu, at 9:38 p.m. Forty-seven seconds later, Liu got a knife from the car and wielded it at Yu and Yu dodged.

Later, the knife fell from Liu’s hand and Yu grabbed it. Yu stabbed Liu in the belly twice and Liu fell to the ground. As Liu tried to get up, Yu slashed Liu three more times. Liu ran toward his car and Yu attacked Liu twice again.

A witness said Yu went back to the car, looking shocked and nervous. Yu didn’t let go of the knife until police arrived, the witness said.

Kunshan police announced Tuesday that the two were sent to the hospital. Liu, 36, died while Yu, 41, had no life-threatening injuries. Yu is under police detention.

Whether Yu’s act was justifiable defense or unjustifiable self-defense and whether he should bear criminal responsibility has caused heated discussion among lawyers and netizens.

(China Daily)

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