NANJING — A Chinese court convicts four unemployed farmers found guilty in the stabbing deaths of a DaimlerChrysler AG executive and his family. Jurgen Pfrang, one of 38 DC executives living in China, his wife, and two children were murdered in their home during an attempted robbery. Three of the four convicted men, all of whom confessed to the killings, reportedly are certain to face execution. All of the men are under the age of 24, but the youngest may avoid conviction because he may be ...

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