A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP
A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP

French court dismisses case against policeman who fatally shot Chinese man Liu Shaoyo

  • The officer claimed that Liu stabbed his colleague with a pair of scissors after they were called to an apartment over a suspected domestic row
  • Liu’s family reject that version of events, saying he had been using the scissors to scale fish when the police burst in and shot him

Topic |   Chinese overseas
A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP
A portrait of Liu Shaoyo, a 56-year-old Chinese man who was killed by police, displayed after his death in 2017. Photo: AFP
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