A Fair Trial, according to the Relevant Laws

If you are looking for a seasonal piece of prose you can read to your loved ones on one of these comfy winter evenings in the northern hemisphere, why not choosing A Fair Trial. That stuff is of course an entirely biased, unfair, and inaccurate account of what really happened, because the fat bad boys and girls, in reality, came from a country which bought too much and had too big a navy to allow for a really fair trial as described by MyLaowai. But if the lad on trial there had been a Chinese national with not-too-much guanxi, he might have gotten a fair trial according to the relevant laws.

So before you start finger-pointing and interfering in China’s internal affairs again, remember that an entirely fair and harmonious judicial system can’t be built in a day.

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Related:
The Stupid Little Mermaid, March 12, 2009

4 Comments to “A Fair Trial, according to the Relevant Laws”

  1. I’m announcing my comeback to read wordpress.com blogs because i now have Jumpuse, a pretty new, and still effective proxy browser.

    This post of yours must be one of a long series of posts. I’m totally lost on it. Will try to read it up.

    Like

  2. and i’m the old Huolong. Sorry again…

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  3. Whoah! Three comments within three minutes! Usejump can’t be bad.

    Like

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