A court hearing in Hunan Province, China. A businessman there was reportedly sentenced to four years in prison and fined 30,000 yuan after he hired detectives to photograph local judges engaged in illegal activities. Photo: Handout

Businessman jailed for privacy violations after helping expose Chinese judges’ illicit activities

Campaigner convicted of violating the judges’ privacy even though he argued he was answering President Xi Jinping’s call to expose corrupt officials

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A court hearing in Hunan Province, China. A businessman there was reportedly sentenced to four years in prison and fined 30,000 yuan after he hired detectives to photograph local judges engaged in illegal activities. Photo: Handout
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