The train marshal accused of drugging a young woman on a train and inviting her to watch pornography was fired from his position on Sunday. Police do not believe that he drugged the victim, and he was cleared of the related charge. However, there is evidence that he showed the woman, Deng, a pornographic video.
On April 9, Deng reported that Li, a train marshal, drugged her tea and invited her to watch a pornographic video on his phone. Wuhan police investigation the incident, by testing blood and urine samples taken from Deng, and questioning train staff.
No traces of drugs were found in Deng’s blood and urine. Deng’s family found no objections to the results of the test.
However, pornographic videos were found on Li’s phone, and he was dismissed from his position as a result.
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From the original story the police and hospitals were too incompetent to test for drugs. As we all know the hospitals could easily have tested it. It looks like they didn't want to cause a scandal so contacted the hospital and told them to waste time until the drugs were out of her system. Of course the man still needed to be punished so they gave him his stupid punishment. Attempted rape = the sack (don't worry, we will find you another job once the heat has died down). The Chinese dream.
Apr 20, 2016 16:24 Report Abuse