These five petitioners have moved into a storage shed converted to living quarters near downtown Beijing in hopes of avoiding hotel records their home provinces use to track them down. At the back, in a white t-shirt is Cao Qingyan. Directly in front of him, also in a white shirt, is Yuan Junfang.
These five petitioners have moved into a storage shed converted to living quarters near downtown Beijing in hopes of avoiding hotel records their home provinces use to track them down. At the back, in a white t-shirt is Cao Qingyan. Directly in front of him, also in a white shirt, is Yuan Junfang. Tom Lasseter / MCT
These five petitioners have moved into a storage shed converted to living quarters near downtown Beijing in hopes of avoiding hotel records their home provinces use to track them down. At the back, in a white t-shirt is Cao Qingyan. Directly in front of him, also in a white shirt, is Yuan Junfang. Tom Lasseter / MCT

Woman's rape case shows pitfalls of Chinese justice

August 14, 2011 2:02 PM