Chinese Regime Executes Two Over Toxic Milk Scandal
The Chinese regime executed a dairy farmer and a milk salesman on Tuesday for taking part in the toxic milk scandal last year.
The two men, Zhang Yujun and Geng Jinping, were found guilty of producing and selling toxic melamine to artificially increase the protein content in powdered milk for infants. That milk scandal was one of the worst in a series of food safety scares in China. CCP officials have been eager to prove they’re doing something about it.
The first reports of poisoning came out just ahead of the Beijing Olympics in the summer of 2008. There has been much speculation that the CCP tried to prevent the news from breaking ahead of the Games. But so far, authorities have made no investigation into allegations of a cover-up.