The man who raped a petitioner detained at a "black jail" in Beijing turned himself in on August 11.
Deng Yujiao, who killed a party official who was allegedly raping her, has again been locked up in a mental hospital.
Although the widely-discussed Deng Yujiao rape case has been officially closed since the court decision on June 16, many attorneys throughout China believe the real criminals [...]
A taped conversation may prove the Chinese authorities' claim to have freed rape victim accused of murder was untrue.
Chinese professor He Weifang writes that the real criminal in this case had not been brought to court as a defendant.
A legal expert says the Deng Yujiao rape case reveals fundamental flaws in the Chinese regime's legal system.
A group of Chinese rights activists published a second open letter to protest the lawsuit agianst Deng Yujiao.
Zhou Fang, an editor/reporter of the Chinese regimes' mouthpiece, Xinhua News Agency, recently joined many Chinese bloggers in supporting Deng Yujiao.
An anonymous detective filed a petition that raised doubts about the legal procedures in the Deng Yujiao rape case.
Deng Yujiao was charged with with “intentionally causing injury” while “acting excessively in self-defense.”