Gao Jinlong, the nephew of Gao Jinghe, stands in front of a concrete wall in Beitai Village. Gao Jinghe, the village leader of Beitai, stabbed two officials from the nearby township in a dispute that police blame on a receipt for the concrete used to build the wall in this photograph.
Gao Jinlong, the nephew of Gao Jinghe, stands in front of a concrete wall in Beitai Village. Gao Jinghe, the village leader of Beitai, stabbed two officials from the nearby township in a dispute that police blame on a receipt for the concrete used to build the wall in this photograph. Tom Lasseter/MCT
Gao Jinlong, the nephew of Gao Jinghe, stands in front of a concrete wall in Beitai Village. Gao Jinghe, the village leader of Beitai, stabbed two officials from the nearby township in a dispute that police blame on a receipt for the concrete used to build the wall in this photograph. Tom Lasseter/MCT

Chinese village leader snaps, and some locals applaud

January 29, 2012 11:52 AM

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