China jails 31 for deliberately causing accidents

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BEIJING, Sept 28 (Reuters) - A Chinese court has jailed a group of 31 for up to 12 years for "damaging public security" by deliberately driving into cars to cause accidents and extorting money from drivers, a newspaper said on Friday. The group, aged from 22 to 50, caused more than 200 car accidents in Beijing by running into cars trying to overtake them and then demanding compensation from the drivers, the Beijing News said, adding they had extorted over 510,000 yuan ($68,000). Under ...

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