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4 executives of China milk scandal company stand  

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这是新华社就三鹿毒奶粉案件审判所作的一篇报道,其中有对我的几句采访。在此转载一下。老鹤

 

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A policeman stands in frontof the Shijiazhuang Intermediate People's Court in Shijiazhuang,capital of north China's Hebei Province, on Dec. 31, 2008. Fourexecutives of the Sanlu Group, the major dairy at the center ofChina's tainted milk scandal, went on trial at the court onWednesday. (Xinhua/Wang Min)
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    SHIJIAZHUANG,Dec. 31 (Xinhua) -- Four executives of the Sanlu Group, the majordairy at the center of China's tainted milk scandal, went on trialWednesday at a court in Shijiazhuang, capital of northern HebeiProvince.

    TheShijiazhuang Intermediate People's Court accused Tian Wenhua,Sanlu's former board chairwoman and general manager and three otherexecutives of producing and selling fake or sub-standard products.Sanlu Group Co., Ltd, represented by its trade union chairman RanWeiguang, was also a defendant.

    Thecourt opened at 8 a.m. The three other executives are former deputygeneral managers Wang Yuliang and Hang Zhiqi, and WuJusheng, aformer executive in charge of the firm's milk source division. Thefour defendants were arrested on Sept. 26.

    Outsidethe court were some parents of children sickened by the taintedmilk.

    "Ibelieve the court will try and sentence the suspects in accordancewith law to give hundreds of thousands of sickened children asatisfactory answer and make them properly compensated," said ZhouJing, a father from central Hunan Province whose baby was a victimof the contamination.

    InDecember 2007, Sanlu began to receive consumer reports that somebabies showed symptoms such as having red sediment in their urineafter drinking baby formula the company produced, prosecutors said.But the group's customer service department did not report thecomplaints to top executives such as Tian and Wang until May 17 inwritten form.

    Thecompany sent samples to a Hebei provincial inspection andquarantine center for examination on July 24. The results, whichcame out on Aug. 1, showed most of the samples contained melamine,an industrial chemical used to make plastics.

    FromAug. 2 to Sept. 12, Sanlu Group produced 904 tonnes ofmelamine-tainted baby formula powder and sold 813 tonnes of thetainted products, making 47.5 million yuan (6.9 million U.S.dollars).

    Tian,66, pleaded guilty to the charges against her.

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Tian Wenhua, Sanlu's formerboard chairwoman and general manager, stands on trial on the court,in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Dec. 31, 2008. Fourexecutives of the Sanlu Group, the major dairy at the center ofChina's tainted milk scandal, went on trial Wednesday at theShijiazhuang Intermediate People's Court. The court accused TianWenhua, and three other executives of producing and selling fake orsub-standard products. The court opened at 8 a.m. The three otherexecutives are former deputy general managers Wang Yuliang and HangZhiqi, and Wu Jusheng, a former executive in charge of the firm'smilk division. If convicted of producing and selling fake orsubstandard products, defendants can be imprisoned for terms up tolife.(Xinhua/Ding Lixin)
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    Shetold the court that she learned about the tainted milk complaintsfrom consumers in mid-May, and then the company set up a workingteam led by her to handle the case.

    SanluGroup submitted a written report about the problematic milk powderto the Shijiazhuang city government on Aug. 2, she said.

    Tiantold the court after the exposure of Sanlu's milk quality problem,a foreign director of the group showed her a European melaminelevel standard that allowed 20 milligrams of melamine per kilogramof raw milk.

    Shehad no doubt about the standard and therefore did not ban melaminein its milk products afterwards.

    SomeSanlu products were found to have the highest content of melamine,at 2,563 milligrams per kilogram in tests conducted inSeptember.

    Anotherdefendant Wang, in a wheelchair after losing the use of his legs ina suicide attempt, sobbed when speaking in court.

    Wangsaid he felt extremely sorry for the great pain that the taintedmilk had brought to the sickened children and theirfamilies.

    Milkdealers were accused of mixing the melamine or "protein powder" todiluted milk to make it appear high in protein content.

    Thescandal was widely exposed to the public in early September. Othermajor dairies were also found to have the chemical-taintedproducts.

    TheMinistry of Health has said it was likely the contamination killedat least six babies. Another 294,000 infants suffered from urinaryproblems such as kidney stones.

    SanluGroup, partly owned by New Zealand dairy product giant Fonterra,stopped production on Sept. 12. A bankruptcy petition for Sanlu hasbeen filed in the face of a 1.1 billion yuan debt.

    Priorto the trial of these four, 17 people have gone on trial on chargesof producing, adding melamine-laced "protein powder" to milk orselling the tainted milk to Sanlu or other dairies. No verdictshave been announced yet.

    Ifconvicted of producing and selling fake or substandard products,defendants can be imprisoned for terms up to life.

    Themelamine not only made dairy giant Sanlu bankrupt, but also causedmany milk farmers to suffer heavy losses, said a farmer. "Thosedealers who produced and added the poisonous chemical to milkshould be harshly punished," he said.

    "Asthe scandal has victims across the country, these trials will tellpeople what the truth is and who should be punished," said HeWeifang, a law professor at Peking University, in a telephoneinterview with Xinhua.

    "Infact, what needs review should include not only the crime ofindividuals or an enterprise, but also the whole enterprise systemso as to make managerial staff attach more importance to productquality and long-term development," he said.

    "Moreimportant, the trials provide an opportunity to find problems andimprove product quality and push forward the promulgation ofrelevant industry laws," said the professor.

    Thescandal led to the resignation of China's chief quality supervisorLi Changjiang. Several officials in Shijiazhuang were alsofired.

    Morethan 8,000 tonnes of unqualified milk products were recalled as ofthe end of October across the country.

    OnDec. 19, Sanlu Group borrowed 902 million yuan to pay the medicalfees of children sickened by its melamine-tainted baby formula andto compensate the victims.

    Victimswho fell ill or died after drinking tainted baby formula will soonget financial compensation from 22 Chinese dairy producersincluding Sanlu, which had sold melamine-tainted products, thecountry's Dairy Industry Association announced Saturday.

    Accordingto a letter sent to victims and their families by the 22 companies,children who were sickened would get 2,000 yuan while children inserious cases including those suffering from acute kidney failurewould be paid 30,000 yuan. The families whose kids have died oftainted milk powder could each receive 200,000 yuan.

    Parentsof victims who do not accept the one-off compensation are asked tosign a document to state that they give up the compensation. Theycan seek compensation through lawsuits.

    Thedairy producers also set up a fund to pay for medical costs of thesickened until they reach 18.

 

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The four indictees TianWenhua, Wang Yuliang, Hang Zhiqi, Wu Jusheng (L to R) stand ontrial on the court, in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province,Dec. 31, 2008. The Shijiazhuang Intermediate People's Court accusedTian Wenhua, and three other executives of producing and sellingfake or sub-standard products. The court opened at 8 a.m. The fourexecutives are Sanlu's former board chairwoman and general managerTian Wenhua, former deputy general managers Wang Yuliang and HangZhiqi, and Wu Jusheng, a former executive in charge of the firm'smilk division. If convicted of producing and selling fake orsubstandard products, defendants can be imprisoned for terms up tolife. (Xinhua/Ding Lixin)PhotoGallery>>>

 

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