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Six Communist Party officials will stand trial in China on Tuesday on charges of torturing a man to death during an internal investigation in a case that has exposed the workings of the party's judicial system.


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The officials - five from the party's corruption watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, and a local prosecutor air jordan 11 gym red for sale , were indicted on charges of intentional infliction of harm leading to death for the alleged abuse of Yu. They face the death penalty.


Yu had spent 38 days under "shuanggui", a form of extra-legal detention imposed on party officials being investigated for disciplinary violations.


"I believe that these egregious cases in which officials who have been under 'shuanggui' have died rarely enter the judicial process," said Pu Zhiqiang air jordan 11 gym red pre order , a lawyer representing Yu's family.


Reuters was not immediately able to locate lawyers for the six accused. Neither the government nor the party has publicly given an account of what happened.


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Investigators put Yu's head in a bucket of ice-cold water and held it down repeatedly, eventually causing his death, according to Si. Yu was also beaten and his body scarred by what appeared to be cigarette butt marks.


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Pu said Yu, who was made to strip naked before interrogators dunked his head, struggled and shouted during the questioning session air jordan 11 gym red , citing the indictment.


Photographs of Yu taken by family members after his death showed an emaciated man who was "black and blue", Pu said.


The question of who authorized the harsh treatment of Yu remains largely unanswered, Pu said cheap jordan 11 gym red , adding the six officials were carrying out orders from the disciplinary commission.


"Who approved the use of such torture? The bucket and the ice cold water were already prepared in that place in advance," Pu said. "These people have not been investigated yet."


(Agencies)




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MOSCOW, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) -- If outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama would bother to assess what Washington has gained in his administration's anti-Russia attempts since the outbreak of the Ukraine crisis in early 2014, he might be sad to find that Washington has lost in almost every front -- from Ukraine to Syria, and then to the looming new arms race.


By contrast, Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is experienced in jangling nerves in the West with unexpected tactical moves, was widely regarded to have broken out of the diplomatic, military and economic encirclement led by the United States.


Throughout the year 2016, Russia has been trying hard by diplomatic maneuvers to gain a bigger say in the protracted Syrian crisis, which has helped consolidate its role in the Middle East, and in the meantime, Moscow has stepped up its own version of a "Pivot to Asia" with a focus on the economic sphere.


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The mission let the already deep rift between the two powers further fester as Washington slammed Moscow for not intending to hit terrorist targets, but to empower Syrian government troops, and the White House was considering striking Bashar al-Assad's forces in an attempt to bring Damascus back to the negotiating table.


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